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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 12, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917071201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 12, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TWENTY EIGHTH VKAtI x xi EDEtE vXLirM 3E LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 12. 1917. 3E isb: x xtlax xxxiiUJriJJ. NUMBER 15. AbMN i We sell the Mm ' dk xr. lia no i&a i53 m NOW Your Account was due the first of July, 1917. HAD YOU o!d in V A , a. Mr. Murk (loin .in. ot hishigtvp. I'o and Cn i r tlmt weighed 7Uf pour I. I ml thbi hr. c : been frit he would have tipped at I" rlr iHiiindn. is w The government if asking the news, papers to pass the word ulong to th. women of tho land to can and dry sur plus friillu und vegetables n n i n t the day nf famine. In supplying the three primarj de food, clothing and mantis nf humanity abetter sheep play a more Important part than any other animal. Therefore show your patriotism by raising "beep. m i id' AND I m OLD JACK ADAMS The above is a fair likeness of Jack Adams, whom we are authorized to 5 announce an a candidate for the Demo- .. Pr;itl I..IIIIIIIUUUII f.... 1ml.. ..t till aru nnminntli.M nil .iiiuri in county subject to the action of theijl! democratic fitiri.arv. August 4th. Mr. Adams is m well Lin wo to the people of Gnrranl county Unit we feel a hesitanr., in atlemt.ti ii! t" ir.tn duce him in thH abort omoutn'etmrit Four years ai;o hr clmeel Ii. - first ami only term as jailer of the couit unci ('urine that time r.ol a nurd of criticism was (Ii jrd sgBl.vst hi i itmi-iii. this 1 .I f HICKOEY FORGOTTEN IT? The addition of Howling Green to the lint of liret.clas.s imstoflices in Kentucky gives the State eight, the others being Louisville, Lexington, I'aducah, Covington, Newport, Frankfort and Conn 8 DC Brothers. EH IE LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Owmshoro. Hear Mia" Molly Worthington on the conservation of food. Frid.iv afternoon nl School Auditorium at :! o'clock. She will tell you how to save your vegetables for winter ue. Every woman is Invited to hear her. No charges. m A full line of Hand Made Wagon Wagons Harness. I ig1 ATTEITION I extensively, discriminated against many articles intended for Russia and other allied countries being held up. Ford Motor company An olhcial report made t. the AmeriUp hue mativ fnerds throughout can Government shows that Germany the county who mo working hind for is receiving valuable ore from Sweden Ida nomination, end bedew that thev which has hern imported from the will puil him unJtr ihe wire a winner. United States, and that the Allies are ., i, If I,,..-- . FARMERS For the next thirty days, we are making special prices on ROOFING, BOXING, NAILS, ETC. FRAMING, Buy now as prices this fall are sure to be higher. t A. H. Bastin & Son As- We carry H. W. Johns Manville Famous bestos Roofing. WHITE s SWAM I We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and flour Mills and are running every We have an expert miller with us and arc turning out as good day. Flour and Meal kfU as can be found In the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty 0 new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & flicks, Klinglesmith of the ' testified in the in-- - -- 'isi,-s ii service. ,),fcr.f-.Dodge-Forsuit that Ford cars cost As one liolli competent and worthy, p iftW i nch to make anil are sold to deal- we nk that Mr. Ada'W c'aims be giv- - ' W ers for !fc!l. giving the company a en carefui c.i" iilorali.in at tin lunula J,' profit of $21 a ear. He said Ihe Ford of the iJeni icra'i ot Garrard ctunty company expects to make 12.1 per cent .4 gros on tJfiO.OOn.ooo business this vear GIVEN THE LIMIT. There isn't a woman who cannot help Author (iatrney and Ileuben I'uy liter, fa It isn't given the cause of humanity. take another because they say it is as good as to all to send sons to the front or take were convicted of shwling n iho tub- - W purtinl!cd Crohs work. Thousands he highway in Judge Frubn 'i court last Miiii! giken the maxi-- j ) ukiii thousands of women of the land mum line for and Were so. the olfer fit have duties which will keep thciniiuict-I- v in the home throughout the war. POSTPONED. What can these women do? Join the That is only, to acknowledge GLEN LILY is great movement to prevent waste. The Hed Ctoss campaign has been''j the best. The only unbleached, unblended Maj. Gen. I'ershing, commander of postponed, for various reasons, until ?w the American forces in France, has after next county court day, at which flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. issued an order to his troops command- time a mass meeting of the citizens of jf J A Garrard County Product. ing them to obey the laws of France, the town and county will be called at Tip to avoid damage to property and to the court house, anil tinalarrangf ments canvass fj treat French people with courtesy. made for the big The permanent camp has already been IS RED CROSS WORK. established behind the fighting lines and a part of the troops undergoing u.. Will LilU33 itVlAi ' W i licili III lir H"ll r intensive trainmg. If S3 call up Mrs. Givens Terrill andU.y. It is a pleasing coincidence that the get a nospita; siiirl. Ihese are very Red Cross campaign for $100,000,000. simple garments, made of uubleacned which immediately followed the con- CJtton anil easier than u shirt to mako. clusion of tne Liberty Loan campaign, I'lease do jour Pit by making one. resulted in an overscription of practic- whether you belong to the Hed Crotsi ally the same percentage ns the over- or not. subscription to the loan. MORE RECRUITS. Tho American people are over 100 per cent patriotic and well over 100 per Several of our local boys have made cent generous. application this week for the Reserve It is fairly well understood that the Olliceia Corp anil have passed success speculator will buy no cheap wheat ful examiiiHtions. Thev will bo called (5 ... . this year and unload for an enormous 10 report ai ft. lienj. .. Harrison on profit. Wheat may sell for $.1.00 be iugust 27th. Those who have pasted fore Christmas, but this is speculating are; .Messrs Wood Hurnside, Alex Doty in futures, as nobody knows or can Carl Acton. Hascnm Ford, Hilly Miller know what is before us. At nil events anil Funis l'erkins. our farmers have produced n good crop of wheat and they are sure to icalize a BOOSTING "BOOKER". r.. lilt" I1UMUII. ii. i l.ll'h I'llll- - U ii.a .....!.... rrieniH oi nr, ii. ti. Wilkinson, No American can believe in the De- - whose announcement fur Coroner up- claration of Independence without be- - eared in a half page advertisement in ' hi ving in the righteousness of the wrj the Kecoid last week, are gushing hiii that the I'nittd Status is helping to canvas vigorously and claim now that! wage againt German nutocrncv. No he has his nomination cinched. How-- j Americans can believe in the justice of .eves ihey say they will not be satisfied! the ar of the Revolution without be- - with a small majorly but propose that Mieving in the justice of the war that nil he shall lead the ticket with a majority! the great free natiens are now waging that shall surprise even his must military des- tumistic frierds the most pow-rfpotistn Known to human history. No American can believe in silf.govern-- ' OK. ZlHMLK NUVtS nient without believing that Prussian. ism must be crushed and exterminated. Tfl f PYIVfrTflW 41 uuaiMuiun with or without the help of the German hen we announced u few months people themselves. ago that Dr. Charles .immer and his estimable wife und children hail returnNEW WHEAT COMING IN. ed to Lancaster in permanently locate Throihing has started in Garrard wo had hoped that it would bo trno. crop is of good. Hut fute forbid und lie has moved i county and the new 'nuiibtv. Hudson. Ileehes & Farn.ni. to Lexington to practice his dental probuy-in- g. local nujers, nave received several ICbMOU. IIo hu just handsomely equipped Ins They are paying thousand bushels. ollices in tbe First and City National per bushel. bank building and it is (mid to be one of the most complete in the blue grass LARGE EAGLE CAPTURED metropolis r For several veurs Dr. Several weeks agj Mr. Webb Kelley bus been practicing in I'orr.eroy, county shot and crippled a largo of this Ohio und before he could resume his golden eagle, capturing it he nursed it practice in Kentucky he hud to pass a back to perfect health and sold It to a rigid prutlcul ar.d technical examination show man in Virginia, The eagle before the State Hoard of Dental Surmeasured tix feet and ten Inches from geons, which he did with honor. We tip to tip und weighed fourteen pounds. predict for Dr. Ziminer u splendid pracIt was on exhibition one day this week tice in his new field and assure his patin the store window of G. M. Lyons, rons that they will be pleased with hit and attracted much uttentlon. work. .till. which means hi election in November. n there wii: be no republican opponent. he promises to iailhfullv perfoun hii duties as jailer in the f rvui - as well as he did during the four'yoar nf pr. vious r.l 5l iii IC HASELDEN BROS. I a Lancaster. vr v, 7fc' ,1 Kentucky 'r WHY CLEN LILY I 1 7i il f housf-to-hon- Garrard Milling 60. Buggies, . hi I j ... Wagons, ' I Harness. ul -' I I have a complete line and - can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before Zlm-ine- W. J. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, July 12, 1917. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - OF - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors to Hughes & Swlnebrood She Put the Toe In Ptomaine. girl co Columbus cnine homo from school nnd reported one of her classmates had hurt Id toe nnd was unable to he nt school. "It's very serious," she said, "nnd they are nfrnld he Is going to have ptntnnlno poisoning." Indianapolis News. A OF - LANCASTER, - - - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE LAND OF NOW" SXPERIENCE AND "Havo you seen my hustyandr asked n Sutton county wife. "Uo left me two hours ago to be gone five trilmites, nnd t am nfrnld be lias found pome friend. I am willing for btm to lie with anybody except his friends, but I do wish Hint be wonld stay nwiy from them." Claude Cnllnu In ttio Kort Worth In Bad Company. BIG BARBECUE AND Lights for Sick F?oom. When, as In ene of blames, you Our records for the past eight uars show sales of more thnn 13,500 ncr.es wish' n soft, warm light In n room, rathof land, besides a large amount of town and city property and stocks of merchandise, amounting to more than $1,330,000.00 and this business was done to er than ilic glare that nj cleclrlc light I Apnr'ts, hinke of china silk lltljo the entire satisfaction of more than f.00 clients and customers nnd they are my (Any color ifeslrcd), ba'csput tfieuT,pvcr ond references for "fair dealing." each bulb. It Is well to run Mastic I know how, when, where and what ilMuml tho edge of the circle, which From my experience in the business you rut from the silk, so that tho bnlh to advertise. To the one who has property to sell farm lands, city property, dwellings can be easily removed by Just slipping lots or business property, merchandise or any renl estate proposition, I solicit out of the bag. your business, believing 1 can handle it to your entire satisfaction. List your farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand a Enforced Labor. long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your prop"I'rovldeuce has mi ordered It that I am looking for. n state nf rest and Inaction, however erty may be just what To the one who wants to invest, 1 solicit your patronage as I know values It may tlntter our Indolence, should be through me you will get "value received" productive of nnv.iy Inconveniences; ond know that when you close a deal disorders that It liiiuld generate for your money. is may force us to have recourse to I have on hand for sale at nil times n Large Number of Farms. Dwellings some labor as a thing absolutely reCity Property not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly quisite to make us pass our lives with changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties and some of tolerable IMmund satisfaction." my best properties are not advertised Bt the request of the owners. liurke. of Garrard County, write me and 1 will tell you you ore a If all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, Curiosities of Red Hair. schools and churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people and its growth. It Is n curious fact that a redbalred The following is just a few of the properties 1 have on nand for sale now. person seldom marries a life partner FARMS. wjfo has hair of n rudily bue. The A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with re'ason why parents with glrsMy black hair so often have children about 100 acres of clifT and grazing land thrown in, A fertile farm of 1S4 acres with splendid improvements, land lies well Is becnuso tiio gloslm-- s Is due to red hidden by black pigment. A dark-- 1 and is on pike. fialrcd child has never heen known to A small farm of 13 acres, 3J miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwellhavo a parent with flaxen hair. The ing and new barn, good land lies well. rule Is that children will riot hayo CO ocres, on pike 2J miles from town, land rolling, very fertile, darker hair than that of the darkest-- 1 A farm of 4 room house. mostly in grass, large tobacco barn haired parent. A farm of S4J acres, extra tobacco and hemp land, rolling, 2 large barns, splendid dwelling, land well fenced and well watered tenant house and other PAINT LICK out buildings. A farm of 9SJ acres of rich land, part level and part rolling, fine dwelling Miss Mary Noel of Danville the of 8 rooms, halls, cellar etc, 2 acre orchard, 2J miles from town on pike. This gueit of Mrs. J. I!. Woods. one a bargain. Miss Diana Woods is visiting her' 5ii acres of very fertile land on pike 1 mile from town, good dwelling and, uncle. Mr. Her.ry White in Atlanta. line orchard and the land priced right. large barn and other Misses Emma and Grace Hall are A farm of 128 acres, 1 miles from town, on pike, lar.d partly rolling visiting their grand mother in Louisville. splendid improvements. Misses Emma and Ora Estridge arc A farm of 110 acres of fine land well improved, on pike accessible to mar- guests of Miss Gertrude (lames in Crab county seats, land lies well. ket of three Orchard. mile from pike, with good improvA small farm of 18 acres, Quite a number of people took in the ements. Redpath Chautauqua at Richmond the A form of 130 acres, partly rolling, very fertile, splendid improvements, past week, I large 9 room brick dwelling with front lawn to pike, easy terms. Co acres in and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ixigsdon cultivation, balance in grass. daughter were visitors in lirassfield. A farm of 201 acres of level land, 1 mile from town, fronting on two pikthe past wr-- k. es, susceptible of division into smaller farms, dandy building sites. Messrs Auther Eldridge and Robert' A farm of 16 acres, on pike, all in blue grass, large barn, fine building Arnold of Akron Ohio, are guests of I tobacco and hemp, close to school and Site for dwelling, orchard, land ready for their parents. churches, also 5 miles from Lancaster. Miss Mary Miiy Walker is entertain-- 1 A farm of 24, 18 acres of nearly level land, 5 room dwelling, large dwell- ing a house-part- y of sixcharmingjoungj fertile, on pike close to schools and churches. This is ladies from Mt. Carniel. III ing, large orchard, land a "dandy" little home. Messrs Roger Ruekcr of Lexington A farm of 40 acres, high class land, on pike, on pike, 5 miles from Stan- and Jonas Rucker of Richmond are location. Will be sold worth the money and on easy terms. ford an ideal guests of their mother, Mrs. 1. c. A farm of 151 acres on pike. CJ miles from Danville ond 5 miles from Rucker. Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of improvements, farm lies in nearly a Mrs. A. li. Estridge and familj. Mill square and can be divided with fronts on pike. In splendid neighborhood nnd K. C McWhorter and family. Mr Mid1 small village with school and churches. right at at Ross and family spent Sunday FOR REN'i -A farm of 2S0 acres, well located, well improved and near lioonesboro. y all in grass and a part of the grass ready for the plow. Will be r ented for Messrs Tandy and Walter Centers' the year 1918. ond Miss Estill Walker have recently A small farm of 11 acres, on pike 1 mile from Lancaster, splendid brick purchased six evhnder lluicks thru' residence, large barn and other out buildings, well watered. Iiuy a home close Messrs Woods and Hervey. to the best town in Central Kentucky. Mrs. Elizabeth Unbind of Lexington, to this:-T- HE REST HAKGAIN in Ken-tuck- Mrs. Fannie Walker of Lancaster and A farm of 500 acrcs-LIST- EN Located on two pikes, near the famous Camp Dick Robinson section of Mrs. J. II. Calloway and daughter of Garrard County. Part of this land is virgin soil, ready for hemp and tobacco. Smithlield have b-- en guests of Mr. and 300 acres is nearly level in high state of cultivation. 4 dwellings on the tarm, Mrs. R. J. Wnlk-- r. Dr. and Mrs. Frar.k M. Walker and the main dwelling is an ideal Kentucky Country home. 2 large new tobacco barns, stock barns and other out buildings, well watered and well fenced. If eon, Stetson, of Louisville are guests I the entire fa.m is too much for you, will sell you a 273 acre tract, or 145 acre of Mrs. J. Wade Wnlker. Dr. Walker has received his commission in the' tract or 83 acre tract. Triced right and on easy terms. A farm of 117 acres of rolling land, new dwelling, barn &e, well watered medical Reserve Corps ami is nt pres- 2$ miles from town, will suit some one who does not care to be right ent awaiting further orders. Mesdames John llright of Stanford, on the pike. Will sell at u bargain if bought at once. .1. N. Holloway of Chattanooga, John CITY PROPERTY: Danville. Will Frank of LouisNew modern dwelling of 8 rooms, 2 balls, cellar, bath rooms, modern Frank of ville and Miss Russell Ramsey of Danimpiovcments, furnacclheattd, electric lights, water works, small modern barn ville have been called here by the serand 4 acres of land. ious illness of their father. Dr Ilur-dett- e A dwelling of (i rooms and out buildings and 1 acres of land. Ramsey. Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences, We have opened up the Lancaster A number of other dwellings nnd building lots. Elevatoi and Flour .Mills nnd ure ir.ak- -' For further particulars and prices ii.quiru of ing the best White Swan Flour nndl We wish to meal, money can buy. j buy, store or deposit your wheat. Plen- ty of new sacks and the highest mar-- I Lancaster. Kentucky. ket price paid for corn and wheat. Walker, Lee and Hicks. EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Auction Farm Sale The Dr. Jno. Owsley and George Evans Farm of 500 Acres OF DRAKES CREEK BOTTOM LAND within two miles of Crab Orchard, and one of the best farms in the county to be sola in lots of 20 acres and up. Goes to the highest bidders at iO:30 sharp on Tuesday, July 17 RAIN OR SHINE. opportunity to get a good home. Music by excellent Band! Free Dinner, a Barrel of Flour and valuable souvenirs Free! The terms of the sale will be easy three years' time being given on deferred payments. You can find no better farms in Lincoln county than the Dr. Jonn Owsley anb George Evans' farm and you have a chance to buy any part of it or all of it if you prefer. Attend the sale and tell your friends about it. It is going to sell at some price. For further particulars see, phone or write to Franklin Smith, at the Crab A splendid SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. The Modern Spirit of the spirit which animates all successful business, prevails in the organization of our Federal reserve bank. We own stock in it. We keep our reserve cash in it. We htve a voice In electing its directors and through them in choosing Its management. It is our bank, and Its resources enable us at ull times to meet the legitimate banking requirements of our community. i OF LANCASTER. KY. U. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. O. F.ignky, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker., Ju W. r. CHAMP, Cashier. e Citizens National Bank Mr. ISutdette Ramsey, one of out most progressive fanners has a Polund China sow which has made quite a record as a money maker. She was bought of II. L. Wkllucu Juno 1st 1911 for $20 with 7 pigs. Sold the 7 shoots Dec. 1st 1911 for $92. Sold 10 shoats Oct. 12th 1915 averaging 197J lbs at $7.10 per hundred $157.70. June 1910 sold 13 shoots at $8,50 per hundred average 210 Sept. 12 191G sold 10 shoats at $8.00 per hundred average 170 lbs -- $111.85. Juno 28th 1917 sold 12 shoats at $15, per hundred, average 233J lbs $ 120. 11 pigs on hand; weight 90 lbs ut IJ months old average worth 14c per lb $138.C0. Total $1215.41. This sow will farrow July 21st 1917 and Mr. Rumsey Is as proud of her as a boy with his first pair of boots. Orchard Springs Hotel. The United Realty Company. O. T. WALLACE, General Manager Wilmington, N. C. The Central Record, Thursday, July 12, 1917. ! I July Clearance Sale CASH PRICES I S i I MEN'S, YOUNG MEN'S AND BOYS SUITS I CASH PRICES I Starts Saturday, July 14th, 1917 Why Nut reduced prices on clothes when Woolens are on the rise? "The Story in a Shell" You've probally heard that woolen pieces are advancing, so you naturally ask If lhat is so, how can these stylish, ol clothes be sold for less than regular prices? Each year at the end of the regular selling seasons we find a number of garments still on hand; they were bought to sell during that season, so we make it a point of selling them in order to make room for new goods, and we reduce prices to clean these suits in a hurry. all-wo- j I 1 2 HeeiiiiM' Woolens uru iiilvimciiit! so rapidly these clothes are wortli more no than tlicy were n few months ntfo; they'll lie worth more next year rule of not carrying goods from one season to another, we are going to close them out at the following cut prices: but we can't hold them over. Following our now now now now iron-cla- d 510.00 Mens 12.50 Mens If. (10 Mens 17.50 Mens Suits Suits Suits Suits now now now now 5 8.75 0.75 11.7f 111.75 $18.00 Mens Suits now 20.C0 Mens Suits now 22.50 Mens Suits now 2.1.00 Mens Suits now. 10.25 17.25 10.25 $ 5.00 Boys Knee Suits 0.50 Boys Knee Suits 7.50 Boys Knee Suits 10.00 Boys Knee Suits S 3.75 4.25 5.50 7.75 e Z r Make your choice while choosing is good. House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. 3C 3C TAKING CATHARTICS EVERY WEEKS DON'T TROUBLE GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. Mcrton Davis is ill. Mrs. It. Kay has been ill. Mr. John .Milton ISurton is in a very serious condition. Mrs. Clarence McCulley entertained some friends Thursday. Mr. Talton May accompanied Kcnyon to Nicholasville Sunday. Rev - RED BLOOD AMERICANISM DAY FOR IS COMING TO THE FRONT ItiKhl now this Country H culling fur men of stout hearts tlu-to keep Old tilory triumphant nml sourd IkkIici. It anil unsullied in the nir. Hie exigency now confrontinc; us etnpha.iies. as nothing el.e could ill', tli itnorlarce of good health, hoth its mi individual ami national CURE STOMACH It Kivea point to tin' suup,estion. ofli-- emanating from this oilier, that everjbedy shnul I guard thi-i- health ii it priceless When you find yntirelt running down and not exactly keyed ll to thf lighting pilch, as n the can- with eer)hody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief nml take a ci.urseof COM-CEL-SA- R The; do not eliminate the poisonous Itile Accretions from the System, so declares a lending Chicago Stomach Specialist. Often (lull Stones, Cancer and fleers of the Stomach nnd Intestines, Auto Intoxication. Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other dangerous ailments are the consequence. .Mayr's i Wonderful Itemi-dthe ideal prescription for Stomach. Liver and Intestinal ailments. It has restored millions. One dose will provo that It will help you. .Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is for sale by K. E McKoberts. ONE WAY TO DO YOUR BIT. June Mrs Hubert Klkin. S5. 1917. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson and Mrs Hughes of Richmond weiehere recently, of Jessamine were here with relatives Sunday. Mr. Joe Deboe and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Itiley Davis, Mrs. Harmon Teatpr and children It.. i via Louisville & Nashville Railroad limit Round Tup Tourut Fare from Lancaster Iff NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.9S Sunday. Mis.es Macy and Maud week-en- Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and A'ortA Walton d Marksbury spent the of with gunranleetl to satisfy you. or meney barkl If jou'll ilo that, von will not experience the discomfiture of being sent hack horn- - for Uck of reil blood when jou answer the call of the colors. sells nt One Dollar lor threee boxes, legally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranteeil for the bIo.l and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness SCIKNTK SOI'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 2.V. Try our COWIIOY I.IN1MKNT. for all I'ains. bruises, burns, etc 'Ale and Mc bottles. lx'gall STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 37SK11 Jack-White-Mo- on West llroadwav. I.OUISVll.I.K. KY. 1L This Summer -- Whore? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU ft Calls you to an Ideal vacation hlc,h up In the mountains of Western Nottli Carolina. Days full of interest, activity ami sport -- nights of refmhins comfoit and solid sleep. Renew your health in the clear, cool mountain air. Go camping in the woods climb the (leaks - play golf, tennis enjoy driving and motoring. Big, fine hotels or quiet. Inexpensive places, whichever ou prefer. trip lirt11II.HC V'ki lk l.l u.l.Mo, lilcrtlute lortt round tnlorm.tion. fuinUh nj all li.vrl Cll tunc - Dear Friend, There ure among the men registered for army service some in each county who cannot read or Arite. These made their marks on their cards on registration day. All of these should be placed under instruction at once bo that Kentucky will send none but efficient men to war as her quota, and more especially, so that these men can read letters from home ar.d write to their loved ones left behind. The tlrst step is to get their names. You, Misses Eliza Smith ami Jennie Higgins are appointed on n committee to copy these names mid send them in to this ollice. 'lease use carbon paper and make a duplicate list to he retained by your Committee. Some men have made marks on cards, but the registration ollicers omitted to write "his mark" above and below. These should be listed. This is one way to do our bit in win ning the war. President mission. Yours cordially, Cora Wilson Stewart. Kentucky Illiteracy Com Mrs. Ed Dailey. Mesdamcs Smith Hurt and Mollio Moherly were guests of Mrs. LigeHurt Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ambrose Calico and Miss Mattic Calico were guests of Mis. Mose Kay and Miss Jessie II. Hay. Miss Jennie Sparks lias returned from Lexington where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land and Miss Inez Land wete guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hay at dinner Sunday. Mr. John Land motored to Lexington Variable route fores available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara FalU, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron- uacks, Lake Chnmplain, and other cities and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic and GrcaC Lake steamers. For particular rtte., foUers, etc, apply G. M. PATTERSON', Ticket Agent with Dr. J. E. Edwards and Mrs. Mary Simpson to take the latter for medical . advice, Friday. Kev. D. F. Sebastian filled his ap- - pointments at Liberty church Saturday i afternoon and Sunday. His sermons were on "Making u Life" and Glory of Sonship". The series of meetings conducted the Methodist church during the past two weeks by Kevs. J. U, Kenon of IJarboursville and J. U. Ksgan of Nicholasville closed Sundav morning. For I Any Sale Size Farms I 1 Remarkable Values I (VI oder ate In Price "The I Shown To Buyers at 5' 'A' I SHEEP Animals INJURE TREES. Department of Education, Frankfurt. July II. Hear 1 101 wn n.fcit agent er wine II I KINO, Division rjtstftiger Agent Phoenix Hotel lUdg.! 118 Kast Main St. Lexington, Ky, .Miss Higgins. am writing you to advise that you take tii with your teachers the Moon light School question and have all, or hs many as possible, lo volunteer to teach n Moonlight School, beginning THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus I'res't $30,000. A. It DKNNY, .'resident J. K. STOHMKS, Vice It. T, Juuuy. Aaa't Cunliier. J. U S, C. UKNNY. Cashier. li'll.I., Safety Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUK BUSINKSS. Alex It. Denny, Samual I). Cochran, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormea, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director!. Sava Poultry Manurs. It Is particularly Important to take can1 of the lmultry droppings. They BOOKKEEPING should be collected frequently unit kept so that there will U no loss of amBuil(et,PhoBography TYPEWRITING xnd monia. An excellent plan Is to deposit TELEGRAPHY the droppings in a barrel, and when the barrel Is full cover the manure with a thin lajer of acid phosphate. Ita Wl.1ni hki vtri rtt iDrlnra la merctntlU The phosphate may also bo sprinkled men nr wnpia CaUr liow. over the droppings under mrrMi IPUDC the rooits. one. July Itt.; These teachers will be furnished with a list of all the registered men who can not read mid write who live in their districts, and we are extremely anxious that the teacher get these men into the .Moonlight hchool, and if they can not do this, that they see to it that these men ure taught to read und write before they are called to the colors. Urge this matter upon your teachers and take the initiative yourself, nnd see if we can not tench nil illiterates in yout county this vt nr. Very truly yours, V. O. (lilbert. Supt. Public Instruction. All the teachers in the county ure urged to meet in Miss Higgins ollice, July 21 at 1!;:!0 P. M. Think of what It will mean to our soldiers to be able to read a letter from home and to write Should Not Be Pastured In Small Orchards. "Don't pa.ture the sheep In the orchard union .Mm haw Mich large areas to feed over that no damage will be done In the trees," Is the advice of Albert Dickens, professor of horticulture in tlin Kaii'.us Slate Agricultural college Sheep are good f enters and will clean up u weidy or any other pntih of brush laud In n short time, but the great danger comes In feeding sheep In ii small nri'luird. Ton many men believe that they can paiure any number of sheep In ti small orchard without Injury. The animals, how ever, will eat off the le.ies. limiting ilir fruit buds for the net tir. mid will tramp the ground, ilcMri'.Ung tilth of the soil and slowing up growth nnd productiveness of the trees. Some men hate had success with feeding sheep hi their orchards, but their conditions ure different, as they hae l.irge orchards of 5(Kl acres or more. The danger of Injury to the trees Is thus considerably lessened by the large areas which the sheep have to fcisl over. The bet plan Is to keep the sheep out of the orchard nnd let tliriii clean up other weody places of the farm. I I 30 OR 300 flGR&S I I any location, adaptation or improvements I If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. I 1 I f I I 1 (!) consult the I i D. A. Thomas Real Estate AGENCY. SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, July 22nd Southern RailwaySystem Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville, Ky. to $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Louisville Shelbyville Harrodsburg .. $1.25 .$ .50 and Similar reductions to alt local stations between Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Danville RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .. .5:30 P. M. for further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. tr The Central Record. Thursday. July wait until their opportunities to obtain and transmit information linve resulted In the loss of American lives. No man's INCORPORATED. right to n job Is as Important as an Jl.oo a yeah, 891ed Weekly. American soldiers's right to protection from possible bctraval and death. E. KOHINSON. Editor. J. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. STATU TROOPS Cnterclal the I'oil onico In lancaitt-r- . Ky. Drafted Into Federal Scmce. I ' ! 9 7. 1 The Central Record I s h 4- - H-- ! 4- - h HORSE I WISDOM. f ! ! aa Second Cli Mall Matter President Wilson issued a proclamation Monday drafting the entire National and Guard of the country into the United Eighth District Publishers League. States army to date from August 5 next, and also calling the regiments out for active service. Fourteen camp Lancaster, Ky., July 12. 1917 sites for the sixteen tactical divisions into which the guard will bo organized Rates For Political Announcements for war purposes have olrcady been For I'recinct anil Citv UIHles . .$ G.00 selected, and railway routing for the 10.00 troops is being prepared. "or County Ollices Seven of tor State anil District Offices. . . . 15.00 the sites selected nre In the Southeast10 For Calls, per line ern Department, five in the Southern "Uncle Dave" Rusa, 10 For Cards, ner line and two in the Western. Thetwcothers Friend of I I'.;!,- - Dave" hale cenall publications in the interFor will be in tne Southeastern Department sured us mi lltt'j for the picest of Individuals or expresit is stated. ture we did last week. We have sucviews, per sion of individual ceeded tr getting a belter on- - now 10 LONDON line TO NEW which the above likeness indicates, ami 05 Obituaries, per line ore glad to make amends fur our prevYORK IN TWO DAYS. ious blunder. We nre authorized to announce the A transatlantic line of airplanes carfollowing candidatei, subject to the rying passengers between New York PATRIOTIC YOUNG" Primary, nnd London in two ilays action of the Democratic at n total cost August 1917. MEN AND WOMEN. of about ?1 a mile, wns predicted by G. Holt Thomas in nn address which ho County School Superintendent. Should qualify now ut ibe delivered before the Aeronautical Ky, Business I'nlversitv (Ice ) succesSociety of Great Iliitain. MISS JENNIE H1GG1NS. sor of the Wilbur It. Smith l!umes To complete the rosy forecast, proCollege us BOOKKEEPERS ami Connty Court Clerk. phetic films were displayed showing the STENOGRAPHERS for position made departure and voyage of n j. o. BOGIE, vacant by men gomg to war. tic airplane and also the dropping of Specia. Summer e.wion. JEPTIIA ONSTOTT. mail pouches at postal air stations beAddress ll.lU'R S. SMITH. W. A. DOTY. tween London and the north of England, Lexirgluii. Ky. Mr. Thomas, who has u large exper- BRUCE I.AWSON. J. in living and building aircraft, ience BIDS FOR NEW POST OFFICE said that airplane mail service could be Assessor. In this issue of the Record established commercially. "A special E. B. P.AY. of Hie Acting aeroplane will enable the business man the ellicial udvertim-i-in- t to leave London in the mornirg, trans- Supervising Architect, iskmg fur bids Magistrate District No. 1. act his business in Paris, and be home on me new oi uince nuuuing mill is J. II. CLARK. to dinner again," he said. "It will to be creeled on the lot purchased sevtake him to Bagdad in a day and n half eral years ago bj the gel eminent. That No. 2. Magistrate District Lancaster needs a new jxjot iitliiv, no or New York in two days." The cost from London to Paris, he one can ilculit, for we nave long outLOGAN ISON. added, would be just over a dollar per grown the present quarters which so County Attorney. mile running one machine each way hampers Ihe present efficient office and with four machines it would work force, that they art- - unable to give to GREEN CLAY WALKER. out at seventy-fivcents. A profitable the public the oervice it deserves. Postmaster Brown is the custodianof charge for passengers would be $25. Sheriff. the lot where the building Is to be A. K. WALKER. erected and Is receiving communication MEN FOR DRAFT ARMY MAY every day from the department at State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. Washington regarding details that will BE DRAWN SATURDAY be connected with the receiving of bids. HON. II. CLAY KAUKFMAN, Mr. Brown has the drawings and speciJAY W. HARLAN. 687,000 Will Be Selected For First fications and will show them to those J. It. MOUNT. that desire to bid on same. The bids Force; Local Boards To Meet. will be opened August 17th.. und it u Representative. Washington. July 0. Unofficially it thought that the giound will be broken A. BEAZLEY. J. was indicated that C$7,000 is the in u few weeks after the contract Is J. IIOGAN BALLARD. number of men to be selected for the awuruen. first national war army from the milCounty Judge. lions registcrid June 5. Probably MEALS ATKAVANAUGH CAMP CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. twice that number of names wil' be It s psvehw.ugi u,l) tiuethal happi drawn, as the number of exemption- to A. U. FORD. ness mid humor dining inenis aids be allowed is estimated at 50 per cent. one in kieping Doubtvju For Jailer. Next Saturday i9 understood to have have always been taught that it is a been tentatively fixed upon as the date DAVID ROSS. breach of etiquette fur one to Mng at for the drawing, although no announcethe table. Hovveier, realizing the valJACK ADAMS has been made by the Provost ment ue of happiness and good humor, the We are authorized to announce John Marshal General's office. camper forget etiquette in ordei to S. Ham, a candidate for the nomina-(in- n At turn s the dining hhjiii sing No. .'I. CAN SURPLUS FOOD for Mntnstrate for district with the of inerrv singing. subject to the action of the Democratic One groop of piuplu viej with atuther primary to bo held August 4th 1917. in singing songs ot loyaltv l us BUT USE CANS AND or songs f praise to the Member Kentucky l're:is Association Horsemen will poon need to be on their guard ngulnst overheat- lug. Most cases of overheat In? can l proventisl by keeping n few simple things In mliul. (live at bust ii pullfiit of wnt.'i topncti hori-- about 10 o'clock und ii en I n at II or I o'clock on u but day. He very eniefiil with n horn that i a little out of health If you ure working him on n hot day. l.iMk out for n horse that, after sweating freely,' suddenly Moi nw eating. Put Mich a horse In 110 VOLT LAMPS the new current. ' ! ! ! You will need them with 40 TO 225 WATT. ! ! ! I ! LLLV . : ns mhiii at mslbh and give n moderate drink. I i nut put a horn not In good condition for hard work In the center of a four horve team In hot weather Work carefully on n hot il.iy niton the ntnicphcro It moist the Mindi ! ! 1 - McRoberts Drug Store rw ! ! of the water. j j J ninl heavy. A horse can hardly get too hot to water, but one must regulate the amount by the tcnicratiiri j j j j j j j j j j ' ! BP f j Lyons fa July Gleew 5 JULY 14 PLANT Th MORE CORN. trans-Allan- utint-iir- s j e y Matt Cffcctiva Substitute For Wheat at Our Disposal, The luiwt effect In May to remedy the probable Ktiortnke In the ulic.it crop Is to plant com. Y'-- the nitisl States department of iiiirb ultiire Ordinarily Ihe I'.inulil.v of corn pro duced In tin I ii It States Is from three to four times the quantity of u Ileal, but only a lery small portion of cnt, has the crop, from .', lo lit I cell for human fond. This ! amount may Is estimated In normal times at aUmt :iiuil.uii bushels n ' year. Not uier St cent has lus-- ex jxirtisl In A relatively j llnics. Might lucrciise In tin corn acreage ' many mllilons of therefore Mill bushels more of human fisnl at the disposal of ihe uorld Mlthotit Inlerfer lus III any Mny Mlth the felsl necslnl for the Ktlpport of lle III tin past, ulth mi abundance of grain of other kinds, com bus not In great demand for human consumi-llou- . But Mlth other grains no longer abundant flrcuiiistiiuccH will oiiis-l more general recognition of Ihe laliie of corn iiB liwuHii fiKnl. The depart rm went Is iirgliB tromily the wider use of com In the diet. It Is the best nub is Mitute for wheat that mi have and can be utlllrtd In broads, iimthos nml a mi v nhoiild make rlety of other m hjs. eiery effort to .null oitrselies of It. Is the mot "Plant com" then to of every farmer In neitlon miltisl to the crop. ' 13 SWAT THE WEED. a - STARTS SATURDAY s 1 Entire Stock put online Counter at Bargains See the bills for prices and us for the goods. in-i- G. 5.. M. LYONS 1 ... r pl.-ii- J if . NOTICE TO FARMERS I Is-e- Grind Your Wheat For f 35 Cents a Bushel and give yonjback 40 pounds of Flour, 33 i I 11 Patent, 7 straight and 19 pounds of Bran. StorageFree to Customers. go-i- U- con-fe- u There is no occasion for any outbreak It is not likely, eith of "spy fever". er. Americans might be betrayed into that kind of hysteria if they did not still remember sharply the ludicrous n gambols in which other nations indulged at the beginning of the war, when spies were seen peeping Rethrough every crack in the wall. membering, thev are likely to profit by it, and not get into that state in which every man who cannot give an account of himself becomes a German spy, says the New York Times. The people should keep cool, but the The Government should act firmly. spies are not in baiber shops and kitchens, but in the employ of the Government knows who are under suspicion, and should waste no time in getting rid of them. It is astonishing that until this very day known employes of Bernstorir should be permitted not only to live freely in the United States but to retain official statu in connection with the legations of other countries, and have opportunities to obtuin Information which unotliciul native-borAmericans huve not. This is the most aggravated instance, but in the Government departments there are other men concernhg whom the Government's suspicions must be close to certainties. The Government should not proceed as if these men Were entitled to all the immunities and privileges of a person charged with a capital crime in u court of law. It should not wait until it has the quality of legal evidence that would justify a Grand Jury In indicting a man for murder in the first degree. It Bhould remove them from the public Bervice and from their opportunities to gather information, whether they ever use it or not, not on the ground that a complete legal caso has been formed against them, but on the ground that they are dangerous persons to have around. To wait until there is tho same evidence for their conviction that there Is for their conviction that there Is for their removal from office is to Don't have an in your home next full. JARS WISELY empty preserving jar tight-sealin- ! contain Reserve regular ers for canning foous. Concentrate products so that each jar or can will hold as much food and us little water as possiablc. Put up jams, jellies and preserves in glusses sealed witli cork or paper and paraffine. Puck fruit juices in ordinary bottles. Don't can anything that can be kept just as well dried or in other forms. Dry nuvy and mature Lima for winter use. Produce in our garden lots of cab bage, potatoes, and root crops that can be kept for winter without canning. U. S. Department of Agriculture. It is more Important than ever this year that none of the surplus products of the garden should go to waste. Tho country needs food now und it will need food next winter, not only for itself but for the allies. products mav never leave the house in which they aro mude. but their consumption ut home will mean to much more food available elsewhere for those who need it. It is imperative ulso that the canning be done carefully as well as energetically in order to preserve the more perishable products. j. In the method taught by the specialists In the U. S. Department of Agriculture to tho members of the canning clubs in tlin South, the first step is to sio that all tho necessary preparations ore made before the vegetables or fruit aro picked. "One hour from the field to the can" is a motto that every can-nshould have In mind. This fs im- possiable it one has to prepare uteiiils anil wash and scald cans after the fruits and vegetables have been brought into the house. The condition of these is u prime factor in determining the quality of tho finished product. Unless thev are absolutely fresh, crisp and clean when they ure put Into tho cane, e a article is impossible. wide-necke- d No ftiur, no honor won. goe-- . iinoutieed by tins ..iiugrj. heullhv. band of un pojple. Don't forget Ui ieu'-"e- i Wntc lo in litn-- i M..--S Mil .n.es!-- , 1111 S. Hujd M . I. hiisviilc. K. dogTarats. food conservation menus u much to the people of America as President Wilson and Commissioner Hoover would have us believe, then inditJ the proi-ositio- u is u serious one. If anything alive is more destructive of food than dogs und rats we do not know of it. Ituf'iirto piesume that four fifths of the dogs of Garrard county ure entirely worthUss und therefore every ounce of tood consumed by them if worse than wasted. Ritts ure u menace to health, u plague to civilization and an absolute abomination. They infest barns nnd unnual-l- y destroy an immense quantity of grain, to say nothing of the loss sustained in young poultry and the fire loss yearly attributed to the pests. A wholesale slaughter of dogs by the painless death process would enhance the vulue of property, muko sheep pro. duction possible und servo tu conserve thousands of dollurs worth uf food which could be used by the people of this country or shipped to the soldiers in tho trenches. It wojld not proven hardship upon uiiybody, but upon the contrary would prove u blessing to everybody. Rats cho'ild be poisoned in their holes, dug out of their holes and beat to death, trapped for, fed "Rough on Rats," or exterminated In liny and all ways. The people of Garrard could not do a better day's work than to devote an entire day to tho destruction of rats. Lett to themselves the rodents will devotu tho entire winter to the destruction of food, and great us tho production may be iuAmericathisyear, deserving men, women and chllQren aro sure to tuller for lack of food In many parts of our own and other countries the coming winter. If Robbar Plants Steal tho Food From tho Wf Ustful Cropa. A nation wide musI KHattJng cam-ialgadrm-atiss l Is for furnn-rand gardenerti In ordrr In lnarp a war crop for this year. Pernicious weeds, commonly Introduced on the farm by the of 0 Impure mssI, tend toward crop mytt Hubert Schmidt, mssl una lyst In Ihi Kansas Statu Agricultural college. Often n pn staml of alfulfn has been rnlnisl by vigorous weeds Mblch chokrsl It out before It becalm well italillsh(s. Wissls nre primarily u robber crop When growing with crop plants Iher rob the Mill of iniit-l- i food and moisture which should ho iimsI by other plants Wissls are hunly and prolific They Mill thrive isis:lally Mel) to care fully preiins m!1 If given n i hance rnless kept down by pros-- cultivation and crop rotullon they Mill hoon ,,ver run the land. WcisW aro cnidli it i at lin-s-l great eils-nse- . clean liouM always In Minn -- ihi best obtainable Is none too giHl. Sheep on the Farm. Sheep nre good farm help. They will range a farm from early Miring until late full, feisllng off and growths that other htik will not tomb. A mall (IikI; will mow Ihe orelinnl and keep the weeds about wliidbrcnks. fences and buildings. AM of this Is simply Im Mental "Vellet." us Ihe wool clip puis t ir Ihi rim U'h kiep The milt Ion ret urn Is the main hiiurceof profit. Ilesiilex, the high value of farm laud, iihicli nimpi V farmers fuoe their aires for bogs and other nUk. bullions the uddnl ex penn for keeping sheep. ThI-- . year Mlth wool ut Id nod lfi tents ii p mini above normal prices mid mutton hlghei- (ban It has eier been, liny farmer Is assured buiidsomo returns If hi Kin-- ) his flock rcasiiiiuble mi-s- Is a - Leslie T4 Bratishaw. -- Z6 ."4, . ti-- . i'i, s bns Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decide oa any wagon, cxamiue tho Columbus. Stroucly built of the best po&tiblo material tho Columbus uagoii gives the most catisfaclory ccrvicc for tho longest period of y cars. Tbcru is no secret in tho notedly long lifo ot tho Columbus ivagoti. It is tho result of tho mcthodj employed iu construction, Thcru is no wood in this wagon which Las not been under thclter from one to two years, Tho axlc3 and tho spokes of tho wheels aro hickory; tho hounds, holsters and sandboards aro oak, and tho bottom of tliu box is straight grained flanlcss pine. These ate just a few ixampItB of tho care which is taken to niako this wagon as reliable as possible. Tho result is that tho Columbus wagou is unbeatable, in reliability and endurance, Coino in and examine it for yourself. Wo know you will bo pleasod. air-dri- Home-canne- d are. Growing Math For Chickens. After ihbks ure ten days old it good groMlng iimsli conipoKisl of lno purls bv MelL'ht of brim, two tiut-tmid dllngs, one part coruiiieiil, one part low grauo n Heal Hour or icit ung iiiiiiiiuugs mid 10 per tent Hlfled beef scrap may bo placid In a hopper mid left before them all the I line. When this lrroU'lnir mash or mixture Is not used n lupsr containing bran should bo accessible to the chickens at till times. Phone 27. Becker & Ballard. Bryantsville, Ky. Incoriioruted. Kilt Currant Wormi. Currant worms that hatch out In early May und feed greedily mon. tho leuves of currant and gooseberry bush-p- a can bo killed while small by a spray greco, of nrFcnato of lead or Slnco tlii-smaterials aro objectionable, Phones on nearly matured fruit, bcllcboro 0j pyrethrum Is used for dusting Infected Ohio liushe.1 Inter In tho season. Btatlon. Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. 339-- F or 83. All Orders Receive Proinut Attention high-grad- Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The Central Record, Thursday. July 12. 1917. JOHN DEERE BINDBRS.f Culti-packer- Little Miss i:isie anil Master Krnest LOST; Aum cn.-By RICI IARD MAHK1XY Keward If are in Kevitn, with their to Ilhseldrn llrotheM. grandparents, Mr. and Alri. Wallers. Fur ShIo - I!.,nnd mahogany dining One morning when I bud lieen to the Mr. Whcrritt J. I. Cost: Tlinislicrs mid Plow Tniclors. (ill. P. Associnti-i- l (Jus Kiignie In Miss Molly Worthington, of Danville, wile ofClaud Orleans, and charming store ami mi . n turning u Hu. fnnii t table. riiom. ., New . are expected tit inci. .uar join s. in nur midst for tin; week. und . M. P. Air Coolril (Ins Fuglne. will sell rlirnp, ulso Hirl?ell Wiiilon. Mr. (!eo. liohtnsoti. visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wherritt lliis "Howdy, Helen," 'lie nld. "I've cot Mr J. T. Pope loft Tuesday for Mr-ley- . week. an idea. I don't KOIt SA I.li: Mure and mule colt why we eountry Tenn., mi a business trip. Kirtl(s as about 1 month old. Will seli worth the Dr and Mrs. M. S. UnthVI.I ami Is'ople fhoulilirt luue folk.money. Tlif Square Deal House. Mis lenn (Pitt of Richmond is visit children motortil to Kevito Saturday well ns i lly ho.:-Carlton Mkln "Whafii a mrt V I asked. . , and remained until Moeday with mc Iter mint. Mrs I.. N. Mi Hit. SAI.Kj Home grown Uuck- .' Hiiple nM p "Why, a lot n vnai-parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. II. Walters. QUE hislj's hittip mid stay tliere two or wheat seed. Huffman Urns, Mr. iiml Mm. J. C. Itohinson were in A card from Mr. McCarty (iillierts t ieek, Ky. out siiu-la- r (lin e dayn or a wi i U or perlin) s luiig Louisville for a few days this week. cr. Thej ppiy tames nml i!i:inv. nml. pi limber states he is improving 1 Scrten door. rir.dowr and screen Miss Kthe! Ilrown, of Clinton, Inil.. slowlv. that he is sitting up some and well. Ihcy don't do aii)thin l nt .iiiiusi' Iheiii'elves. Father and mother aro cloth at reducded ptices us long as they tin- - guest of Mrs SalPi; lion Luwsnn. it tho he has lost thirty iKtunils he hopes going oer to " "eek lli Aunt llast. J. Ij Mount & Co. June pteily soon, and I'm going to Miss Itosn liny of Buckeye was the to hu himself soon. week-enguest of Miss K.illJc Cox reIist: A black mare weighs about a Mrs. M. A. Hatlielit nnd daugliter, h.uo a Ii.iiim iwrty. Will jmi mincj" "1 tlpposro," 1000 lbs and uboiit ten cently. Mary, of Itusaell Sprinj's, have returnears old. If I "tin li tttctiit in will be one n. us." (Mice r,. "Jim found Henry ed home after a delightful visit to her pho.vls iI ItcMilciice !!7r. 0J.t DanMary'tt bouse puity enir.e off. sure ville c!l Mr. Hinl Mrs. Henry Simpson are nr.d icceive reward. sons. Dr. M. S. Hatfield and family enough, tt'e had the Imiiiso all In o'.ir here for a iit to Mr. anil Mrs. V. 1). and Mr. K. C. Hatfield and family. telves, nml hire was eieiy reaMm Simp-oLANCASTER, KENTUCKY. "FARM FOR SALE" I'ev. S. (j. Calhson who has been why we should expis-- t a a'id time Miss Mildnd Ilcszley has returned The first ewninrl we weie tiwihir we (1IV.2-I0- ) Acre?, will sell (30) acres i calhd to the Ilaptist church here has had a randy pulling, mi from a plvuia'it vixit tit in an.i In- in one truck, or (Hfi'J-lO- ) with improvelieen detained at his home in Irongut' morning the nuto was brought out. and Stanford. on account of the illness of one of all went for a ride, exicpt mjrelf. I ments, N. II. lIGtiiK Mm. Ile'la Arnolil I'rancis has been his children. He may not reach here didn't feel well and inneiiiilrd to Mai Lexington, Ky. spending several in Stanford during before August 1st. at home At lent. this Is the teaMtii I The question has often been asked. How about the pnst week. gave for nut Lidiig, but the true (Juite a surprise wa given Miss Sadie was that Sarah Flint, one of th" Miss Klizuheth Mnluneof Campbells TOBACCO STICKS. Cox last Frid.iv evening when about Hii'i", hud undertaken to uppiopilntr ville. i the attractive guest of her seienty-livof lieryoiing friends stormJim t'lllinlliglinm to herself, and I Can furnioh any quantity of split Hunt. Mm. W. II. Hall. ed her. The evening was indeed n dedidn't like It. Ih.vm.im be didn't let her tobacco sticks. Place order early. Call know tdie couldn't do it. Mr. mid Mrs. I Mil Srnle anil baby lightful olio in this home and every-oror writ. J. T. Centers, While they were gone there was a AND s seemed to enjoy it. hive returned fiom a viit to Ins Paint Lick. Ky, Koute 'J. rap of tin- - knm ker mi the front door Madison cuunty. in Mm. Mary Dickerson of Kichmot.d, I went theie ami found a girl who d for Mary. I told her that Mury had INVITATION FOR Mm. IM Wnllen nml daughter. Miss ani.oiiiices the marriage of her daughter PROPOSALS gone on a ride, and die IikiI.ihI cr Kntie Mae, Kiizulu III Imve he en visiting Mrs. Hill TKKASUKY DEPAI1T.MKNT. Sup'.nit li diappo.iitisl. .ihe vnld hp was tit ar.il Mrs. II. K. Dudley. Mary's rousin nml pad inme all the ervising Architect's Otlke. Washington Mr. Albert Hrvan Crawford, ' Mrs. Tom Chesniist, of Lexington, .fay fi urn Ilniioier (.'uiirt IInuv to see D. C. July 0. 15)17. Seal.d proposals July 7th. 11117. her. I told her to come In .mil make will he opened in this cilice at :i p. m armed Tuesday auil is the guest of her At Home. Uine Hill. Ky. Ask the following home people who have August 17, 11)17. for the construction of heielf ut home. She did so. and sister. Mrs Otto Simpson. the United States pest cilice ut Lan bought these Curs this Spring, and who went b.ii k to my loom. caster, K Drawn.gs and specifica Mr. anil Mrs. Frnzier Hurt ami son, When I went downstairs again she tions may be obtained fiom the custo arc getting perfect satisfaction from them. of Crab OrchnrJ, motored down to our BIRTHDAY PARTY IN had gone. The auto party didn't come dian of the site ut Lancaster, Ky., or city last Tuesday afternoon. buck till ceiling, and when they did I at this ollice, in the discretion of the Mr Swinebroad, Hupp, Mr Stapp, Hupp, failed tit get an np'iortiiuity to tell Supervising Architect - Jas. A. Mr. nml Mrs. W. II. iiradshaw of YOUNG SOCIETY Mary about lier cousin who had been Mr Cress, Hupp, Acting Supervising Architect. Mr Dalton, Hupp, Perjtur, III , are in the nty guests of pretty party was that given by to fee her. We bad Mipicr and In the Mr King, Hupp, Mr House, Hupp, her mother, Mrs. J. A. Jones. evening danced, I playing the piano Marinne Iljstin in honor of her fourth fot the ot licit. I didn't want to dance W0RMS IN HOGS. Mr Kubel, Hupp. Mr Thompson, Hupp, Mrs 1.. J. Sanfoid has rcturncil from birthday with Jim, and I didn't want to refu-- o a delightful visit with her daughter. The refreshments were as dainty as liliu. That's the ii I did the play-inRsmedy Suggested by the Kansas State Mr Elmore, Dodge, Mr Sutton, Dodge, Mrs. Maurice Ashley at Itichmnud. the little Miss herself, everything being Agricultural College. Mr Herring, Dodge, Mr Smith, Dodge, 'I he lii'K morning a ehnuue had cuiuo Mr. W. I.. Jones of Akron Ohio, ar- in pink nnd white. linpurluiiio ,' liicri'aiug profits In The birthday cake was pink with oier Hie house party. Something had hog rutting by eradicating the pnrasltle rived Tut s lay night for a short stay Mr Tuggle, Dodge, Mr Rubcl, Dodge, four lighted candles upon it which de gene wrong. Then I not kill that tho hog worm Is emphasized by Dr. It. It. with his mother. Mrs. J. A. Jones. Misses Fannie and Bettic West, Dodge. lighted the eves as well as the appetites girls were giving me the cold shoulder. Iikstni. piiifettor of surgery in the Mr. Osw Hiilfnian came up from Later on went to Mary and nl;cd Kansas Slate Agricultural college. of all the little ones present. IOtiisville. Tuenlaj, and is with Mrs. her what was the matter. She said Phone us, we will be pleased to show you. Man Inquiries are being received by Individual ices were also served nnd May Hughes N'olund on Maple avenue. that while they were gone on the ride the college from lurmcis n to the best all left wishing Marjone many returns the day befoie somebody hud taken meant of combating this pest, which Mrs. May Hughes Noland has re-- j of her natal day. things from their rooms. I saw right taps lit food from the aulinat nnd thut turned from Louisville where she was awny what It meant. I was the only rediuet the meat production, and maket visiting her hrother, Mr. It. K. Hughes. onu left to do the m I was thu the hog more s.'si eplible to BARBECUE AND BIG SALE. Ihlef. The bog should be starved for eightMiss Lizzie (irimes, who has lieen in It was very Mupld of me not tit think een hoiut nnd then fed two und Lexington for several months is the Our reuders are asked to read the of .Mary'H cousin, f grain grains of santonin, but I was so broken KINNAIKD BROS., Managers. guest of friends in the city and county. large adverti-emeof the L'nited up by what had occuired that I was of calomel, f dram of powdered Realty Company in this is'ue of the Incapable of mi thing for awhile. aiiva nuts and one dram of bicarbonate Mr and Mrs S. I). Carpenter of i Itecord, announcing the big barbecue It was plain that Surah Flint was do- of oila to 1'" hiuiiiIs of live hog Prcachersville, have lieen visiting their weight. ing These substances should be could to IK daughter. Mr and Mrs (). It. Carpenter. ' and land sale to take place near Crab inc. all Mippnslng that she the theft oil ailmlnl-tere- d In the feed or slop. In I, was turning Orchard next Tuesday, Julv 17th. This II CZZII IE 31 3Z agalnxt me. didn't givo him a thlt way eii' h hog gets mi equal porMrs. Frank Markslmry entertaint'd company has conducted several large Jim , how his faith In and sym- tion. ihunco to informal!,, last Friday afternoon, in sales of this character recentU in this The animals should be kept confined pathy for mo, but just turned away honor of Mrs. John Mount, of Atlanta ami adjoining counties and every one fiom him every tluiu he approached In pent so that the fecet and xel!ed has proven a success and satisfaction me. I suppose this made him mud, for worms may I't tuileetisl for it perks! Ice Cream Nunnally's mW an Mrs. V. C. McKlhannon and little both to the pur hasers and sellers. t liotli i after the tncdk'nc f he kept mailing up to Sarah, and daughter, of Atlanta, are vi.'itinc the given. If Ma ll feect u e lie' in hat when lie passed mo ho held bis Parlor. Candtts. family of Mrs. J. A. Jones on Danville i gathered up the animal, will 'ei fi" the air. A GOOD MOVEMENT. street. The ceiling after the day of the theiuselvet by tootL.g aroma! I.i t f1 ' tilth. All ei retn d.oitM ! In.rn sl. I said to Mary: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham, ot There is u movement mi foot to ee theft forgot to tell you that your cousin "I I '. 7 mr WW Mchmonil. were Week-enm mm mrm m rw cuests of that overv soldier who leaves tiarrard lame to mo you all the way from HanPlant Silasc Crept. their parents Judtfe nml Mrs. Clayton county u surpheu with n pocket testa over Court Uoiiso when ou were out With prices of fceii at the i resent Arnold. meiit. The Methodist Sunday Sch.nl motoring." levels the ilnlr men iiimiot i.n'ord 'it "Sly cousin! I haven't any cousin nt feed poor cows, i.i.il the man v. jo Ii. t Miss llettie West, who lias been vis- - has taken the initiative and pledgul pure brislt In lilt Imrnt this ,e.ir !t llauover Court House." 11 M thought worKIting relatives in Tulsa. Okla. and other JJlK""r Then 1 told her how the girl had goiio the only one who get giKl returns mints returned hnm.. tn.t T..a.lv hest that each Sunday School in. the says the New York from icoujity taKe up this work and not only nway without Miylng that idle was go- Collegehit feisl. Morning. of Agriculture, which udvl-.e- s up collections but do individual ing or leaving any message. take "Why didn't you tell me that be- that In planning the new farm ear It Miss Mnttie Adams, of Sharpsburg ' work j soemK lhat tlmo who KO out fore" Mild Slary. "Tho girl was the will pay to plant plenty of silage crops came in and is with her, frv,m their church are supplied. The thief, ot course." ugulu- -t next winter's probable high . Mrs. McCrath on Dan-- 1 ..r ih,. ..null feed prices. "I never thought of that," I replied. ville strett. j about ninety cents each and we ho'0 Slary went light awuy to the others Milk For Calves. Mrs. W. II. Hall und little daughter, to hear of a splen 'id olfering for this and told about the girl who had pre tended to be her cousin and who had 'Olivet especially strong ut birth may Margaret, are at home after a delight Chtistian movement. Special Ice Creain fnr (his wiek.J2 put on separated milk entirely nt had the run of the lioiiso us long us ;be bo ful visit to her sister, .Mrs. Malone. at wauled to. Of nuro this put a new two week.s of uge, but this should not Campbellsville. face on the uffutr. and they ame to bo attempted with weak ones. I'ntlt Tutrt Fruitti, Caro-mc- l, Peach, the en" t in ilgoioiis and thrifty eou. Mrs. T. M. Wilson, of Howling lireen me, all exiept Sarah Flint, and The marriiige of Miss Alice llinl.nm my pardon for 'iiiciiit should bo inaae to mo of theft, illtlii: lias returned home. She was accomChocolate and rlmugt to separated milk This change panied by Miss Joan Mount who will liigney to Mr. Weslev Hrown Dicker- - though huuio of them said they hadn't thought I was guilty at nil. Hut I knew ihouid always tnj made gradually. son, which occurred last Monday after make her a visit. Vanilla. better. noon in Daiuille, was the culmination Telephone Meal Served Mrs. I.. C. Johnson and daughter Jim watched for his opitrtunIty to of a happy acquaintance and courtship, Miss Florence have returned from a having known each other from child rpeak to me, and I purposely went ofl give u week end viit to Mrs. KlUaheth hood, being nielt me teemedbanco. When playmates and sweethearts. by camo toto he him i not to know No 202. Any Hour ho Simmons, of Madison. their iinirii.ige was no surprise to their what to say. Proprietor. Missus Mnrv Kiat and Tekla Scheni- - families and intimate friends. Miss "Why have ou treated me co dei are enjoying it delightful vacation Alice is thu youngest daughter of Mr,' ho usked. with Mrs. Win. Speith of Imminence, and Mrs. W. O. Uiguey, she is very "1 havo simply treated you ns you DC 3C popular in society 'ind is much lovtd dcseive. When I was wrongfully acand Mrs. Fpping of Louisville. GUT- cused, lustead of tdnndlng by me you Mrs .Sallie Itoss Lnwsoii and visitor, for womanly graces and charm of man sided with my bitterest enemy." graduated with hoi.ors from Miss Lthel Ilrown and Miss Mary and tier. She "I tried to tell you lhat I belleed high school this year and is in every Allie Arnold und Mrs W. It. Cool; mo- tho Innoieiit, but you wouldn't glioiuv I I IV 1 1 way fitted to be u heipiiwut for the jot! a ihunee." tored to Danville, Wednesday. line young man she has chosen fur her (!) "Not while )ou wcro listening to thu Kijuire J. W. Coldiron, formerly of life's companion. poison nf that hiiake." I have bought the H.D. Lee stock of goods this county, but now located lit HamilWesley is thu oldest son of Mr. and I was trjlng to get away from her, REton, (), has been in thu county for the Mrs, J. K. Dickerson and is known us but you threw mo back to her." located in the Record building one door from past w eek with relatives and ft lends. u young man of sterling character and "If I threw you back I certainly the square. didn't throw you buck to her. You business qualifications, being associated hi Mr nnd Mrs Dun Letcher, of with his father in the mercantile busi- went to her of your own accord." and who are visiting in Harrods-burWc have eloseil our candy kitchen on Lexington St. nml "Atid you won't inako up'" he said will conn" Friday for a visit to ness, (!) ruefully. merited it with our New Store. After securing the license from tho Mrs W. It. Cook und Mrs K. L. Owsley Any man who Is engaged to u girl Ventilating and all county clerk here, they motored to 121 We thank you for past business nml cordially Invite you Miss Florence Johnson was hostess Dunville, accompanied hv Mrs. Wood and won't ktuud by her when bo li Is proved accused at least till she kinds of Tin Work. to cull on us at our new location where we are able tofcrvc Tuesday evening at u six o'clock dinner ISuriisidu nnd Miss I'eurl Dickerson, pullty-- ls no mini for we." in honor of Miss Arnold, who is the you better. IIo went away cry much crestfallen. where they were married by Dr. Green charming guest of Miss Mamie Stcrmes of thut city. They took the Q and 0 Soon after thU lntcnlcw I saw Sarah Your business will Yours for business, li) Dunn. appreciated. immediately after the ceremony for trying to cotldlu him. IIo listened to her till fibo had couio to ll stopping Dr. W. S. Klkin. of Atlanta, arrived Cincinnati Hinl other toiiits L'ast. polut, then walked away Wednesday morning for a few days The Kccord joins the numerous friendl from her. turned and that bo didn't I noticed stay with relatives. lie joined Mrs. of tliis iopular couple in congratula join her again while we were nt Mary m F.lkln who lias been In the city for sev- tions and best wishes for continued Jones. happiness and success. eral days. Finally I forgave Mm. wt Art .'nfcnilta in. Hatfield k. :1IL'-I- !. Mowers, Stackers, Steel and Sweep Rakes, Walter A. Wood 7m i.yinoie umnjt s. Mowers, Durham Mtnlion Z:"7w People ol th Comlnci Little Miss Annie llelle Kichnl-j- n of I.exIiiRlon has hfeii visitinc; her cousin, Hlizahuth Siinpsoii. I vv? ir.ti i Mrs. Win. (JiirriRiie of arrived Wednesday for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Conn. Mary Jones 2 . ll-l'- l. i ; i WU. MNH Iflft TIIISCIILUMN, House Party I'iano tuning. C. F. Allen, Kengurlan Hotel. J. R. MOUNT & CO. - - .. la-- r M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. 1 j i . iFn I t a- -, leu-o- THE HUPMOBILE e e par-mi- DODGE BROS CAR -- ' 1 , Wet-mor- e. ren-n- 1 Arcade Garage Co. one-ha- lf l one-hal- nt ono-luil- -- )IZ3 forty-eigh- uo-.- ' i ' r - NUNNALLY'S Sat-inla- Candies grand-mother- i,i.li. i RIGNEY-DICKERS- i i W. O. KING, thub-blly- PluifiDing HEATING. li NEW CASH STORE ! I I ! ING, ROOF Louis-vili- e. PAIRING, COY S. SANDERS I fhe Central Record, Thursday, July 12. 1917. Shoes, Shoes, Shoes hoes, . I5) v ' ' SI To Close Out Manufacturers r Having Decided to Quit Handling Ladies and Childrens Shoes, So that we may enlarge our men's and Boys' Department of Ladies' and Children's Shoes $6,000 Worth Less than At Cost We Will put on sale our entire stock of Ladies and Childrens footwear. Positively nothing will be reserved Beginning Wednesday, July everything must be sold as quickly as possible 11 We feci our Shoes need no introduction to the Ladies of this section. Quality, plus style, has always been our slogan. This will be a rare opportunity for the Ladies of Boyle and adjoining counties, as shoes are goi'itf higher every day, with no relief in sight. It will pay you big to buy your shoes and lay them away if you do not need them now. A hint to the wise is sullicient. TERMS POSITIVELY CASH. No shoes laid aside or sent out on approval PARKS & HENDREN CO. Incorporated DANVIL ME , The Home of Good Clothes K E iN TUCK Y hubank. delegates were appointed to attend the Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fish of Los AnMiss Lily Coldiron of Paint Lick is South district association which meets geles California, passed thru here SatThe big 3 combination visiting her grand parents, Mr. and in Danville the last of August. Messrs urday en route ts Crab Orchard to visit Mrs. John Davis this week. J. W. Mahan, D. S. Swope, Ed Sutton, relatives und friends. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. when in The Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jennings and Gordon Doty and Homer Kice. Much interest is being shown bv the daughter, Ellie, were the guests of They know he is doing business in a busirrsa like way. Hetter ollicers Hiid directors of the Lincoln their daughter, Mrs. Albert Pointer open such an account even if your alTuira are not large. They County fair that Is to be held hep Aug STANFORD recently. will gruw nil right. Agency 21. ?2 and 1. The catalogue will be ' chilprinted shortly. Mr. and Mrs W. F. Hryant and MNs Cora Lee is in Middlesboro for Also 0 & Farm & dren and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crutcher a visit. Itobt Ilurdette of Detroit Mich, hasi visited relatives on Copper Creek last spending a few days, returned after Loans. Mrs. Hallie Perkins went to Knox- Saturday. with his parents. Mr, and Mrs. S. L. up the Lancaster ville Saturday. good (usition with Ilurofette. He has n We have onened spent the Dodge Automobile Co. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Car-oj Elevator and F'our Mills and are makSunday in Hichmond with relatives. ing the best White Swan Flour and Mrs. I.eliu li. Cook was called to Mrs. Kella Arnold Francis of Lan- Harrodsburg the last of tho week on We wisli to meal, money can buy. buy, 6tore or deposit your wheat. Plen- caster, was here several dayslast week. account of the ill .ass of her sister, ty of new sacks and the highest marCol. T. D. Marcum of CatletUburg, Mrs. J. W, Sallee, who sulfered H ket price paid for corn and wheat. is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. E. stroke of paralysis. Walker, Lee and Hicks C. Walton. Miss Julia Williams of Eubanks who Mrs. Susie Henfro and Mrs. Kolcrt Miss Dovie Young of Lancaster, has will teach the Miracle School this ear. She was ac-- 1 Green were pleasant guests of Mr. and returned home after a isit to Miss was in town Saturday. compamed by Mrs. Sarah Winkle, with Mrs. It. F. Peters and daughter, Pearl Kllza llastln. last Sunday. Mrs Sallie li. Saulley went to Crab whom she will board. Orchard Saturday to spend some time Mr. C. W. Pridemore und daughters at the Springs. of Corliin. stopped here between trains MAHKSKUKY They had been visiting in W. T. White of Ottenheim was in Saturday Mr and Mrs. A. J. Kice were in tne city Saturday and paid the I. J. an Perr) ville. Miss llessie ilurbison of We will be in the market to buy your wheat. Perrvville, accompanied them home. appreciated cad. Stanford Saturday. Miss Alice Itankni, who has been tlit Mildred lleazley has returned to Will Scott delivered this mornMr Mis her home in Lancaster, after a visit to guest of Miss Kmmn Hays has returned We will furnish you the sacks when you wish them. ing to V. . Lear. 13.') lambs at lis. to her home at Tulsa, Oklu. She was Miss Kmmn Hnvs. Mrs. Laura Grimes and Mr. Jeise CI Mr. Hull Yocum of Middlesboro. who accompanied by her sister, Miss Willie Kolin of Lexington have been visiting We will meet our competitors in every way. has been the guest of Miss Cora Lee, Itaiikin, who visited relatives in the Mr. und Mrs. Gosney. Hubble section. home. has returned Miss Margaret Jenkins was here last Dr. Horuce Held and mother, Mrs. Mrs. It. II. liaker of Danville is the We will store the wheat for you until you wish to sell, and pay you week in the interest of her school which guastofher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forestus Keid of Danville, were here begins the first of August. recently the guests of Mrs. Muttle Will Moser at Morehnd, the highest market price or leave you at liberty to sell where Dr. Held will Icuwt within u Wl S. S. pupils were recorded by the Mr. and Mrs. Shellon M. S.iulley and Withers. Secretary last Sunday morning. The son, of Richmond, were here Sunday few duvs for France, where lie has u position in ttie U. S. Medical Corps. pastor wonders why eve'i more than with relatives and friends. Don't Forget Us. you wish. that cannot be recorded every sabbath Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Menefeeof CleveLogan Westertield of Paris, has remorning. land O, Mrs. K II. Hitchie, Mrs. G. P. turned to his home after a visit to his Maury and daughter, Eleanor, of MinMrs. Ella Cecil and Miss Annie T. aunt, Mrs. M. D. Elmore. eral Wells, Tex, und Mrs, G. F. Cowan Cecil, who have beeo the guests of her Mr. and Mrs. James It. Nunnelley, of und duughter, linogue. of Spokane mother. Mrs. Fanny Pollard, for the Miss Fort Worth, Texas, are the guests of Wash, are the guests of their parents, past week, returmd Saturday, Mr, und Mrs. John N. Menefee. T, will remain several days lon- relatives and friends here. Annie Mr. and Mrs. Hen Williams, of ger visiting othtr relatives of the The protracted meeting begun at tho have been the guests of her Christian church Sunday morning and neighborhood. mother, Mrs. Susan 0. Yeager. manifested, much interest is being On j evening Ust week a pet goat Miss Katherine Harris has returned Hev. W. T. Iirooks is a very pleasing stole silently into the newly papered hall of Mrs. Hjle Isomg while the home from Covington, where she has speaker, und Mr. Samuel Lewis, the singer, has a grand tenor voice. The inmates were keeping soundly, and been visiting relatives und friends. Mr, and Mrs. Newland Jones of meeting promises to be a great event nibbled the paper from to the wall, to ta heart's content. The hull will have Phoenix Arizona, are the guests of Mr. and very beneficial to this community. Sunday. up the Lancaster Mrs. S. M. Davis visited Mrs. J G. Elevator and Flour Mills and are makDavis of Paint Lick, Saturday. ing the best White Swan Flour and We wish to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dawson visited meal, money can buy. buy, store or deposit your wheat. Plen Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Uoo. Sunday. marSeveral from this vicinity attended ty of new sacks and the highest ket price paid for corn and wheat. Copper Creek, Sunday. services at Walker, Lee and Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and children At the last business session of the Mrs. J. T. Allen last visited Mr. and church the following representative We have opened CARTERSVILLE. to be repapored. and Mrs. It. C. Mocker und family. Miss Lettie Walker McKinney, Elizabeth und Sarah Hunn are guests of Mrs. H C LeCompte at Frankfort. Miss Sallie Ilurdette, who spent several days at home with homefolki, has returned to the Normal at Hichmond. j Mrs. Garland Singleton and Wallace Singleton have been guests of the formers mother, Mrs. J. M. Hubble at Do you want to learn how to save your surplus vegetables for winter use' If so hear Miss Worthington Friday afternoon. Come and bring our pen cils and note bookt and take something home with you worth while. Diaw A Check for tl.c money you ov e mill note how much more res pct'tfully your creditors you They like to iIa business with it mnii who hits mi account at the Insured D. A. Thomas. 5-1- 20Year The Garrard Bank Trust Company WHEAT & Paint Lick, Kentucky. 9 I Nicho-lasvill- e, Hervey Woods The Central Record, hursday, July 12, 1917. ONLY 0 CHAPLIN TO GET 225 2J.ri HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED $1,075,000 ' i icnoiDMDiiiiint FOR SERIES OF PICTURES Charlie Chaplin moving picture comedian, has been signed by the First National Inhibitors' Circuit for a series of eight pictures, for which he will receive $1,075,000, according to an "official announcement" given out in New York recently. WROEHLER5 A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried REX Doctors Of Dental Surgery. bliMid, shall die. national armies. Will you give publicity Itu rrtitijtoTft Hint A Atidej utti. to these facts through the Sunday press - 'ti m nil itf tnrr DOUBLY PROVEN ami urRe your State's propLANCASTKI!, KENTUCKY.' erly qualified men to file applications Lancaster Readers Can No Longer Doubt for second training camp? Applications The Evidence. jclose July 15. IJuick action neces.arv. Application blanks obtainable from ex-- ! This Lancaster citizen testified long amining ollicer. Louisville, and military iraimiig camps association branches in ago. It will pay you to visit new in the new Gilchcr Hotel Told of quick relief of undoubted all large cities. benefit. "II. U. S. HKLSTANI). Building, and convince line of showing that wc for Men and Boys. Best liy test The facts are now confirmed. "Adjutant (Seneral." Such testimony is complete -- the Every pair guaranteed. It is not necessary that men have previous military training to attend the evidence conclusive. It forms convincing proof of merit. j training camps, but they must be men W C. Davis, tailor. Public Square, of ability and Le able to control and of any of in Central Kentucky. We make a Lancaster, says: "Some time ago, my handle men under them. of complete I sufAll goods While mature and experienced men kidneys were in bad condition. newly to ,are desirable for the second camp, fered with pains across mv back and charge a of fifty miles of I younger men without previous) military through my loins. My kidneys were experience will be given every oppo- irregular in action and 1 had to get up If it is not convenient for you to pay all cash down, you can easily rtunity to secure a commission in the many times at night to pass the kidney PUNERAL DIRECTOR j national army. a to pay line of time. We balance at some secretions. I had coniderab!e bendinir OtIIce Over National Hank. Unlisted men in the National Cuani to do and I became easily tired and in the Federal service and those not in languid. Doan's Kidney Pills brought Itesidence 1'hone 3. Ollice Phone 27 the Federal service may make applic- relief and I think they are a fu.e kidney LANCASTER, KY. ation through military channels and if medicine". (Statement given April accepted they will be part of their '. 11112) goods bought in All load lots at a saving from 15 to It is unnecessary for , State's quota. AGAIN PKAISKii DOAN'S cent to our and mi enlisted man in the National Guard On November 1", 1910 Mr. Davis to be discharged to enable bun to make said: "I am alwas glad to say a good application. If he is the Federal Serv- word for Doan's Kidney Pills. When ice and accepted he will be on detached I have any signs of kidney trouble, serwee irom ins organization while at Dean's Kidney Pills are sure to give Kentucky. Lick, the training camp. If he is not in the me relief." Danville's Largest Federal service he must secure a three and Rug Store. Koster-Milbur- n Wc, at nil dealers months' furlough from the Adjutant Co., Mfgrs, Hulfalo. ft Y. (Seneral of the State and recommer.da-- . lions from the Adjutant General that I the applicant is suitable for appoint- - PRACTICAL TALK ON EVAP as an uilicer. Fine Cut Flowers. iiiirm blanks may be secured by ORATING AND DRYING OF writing to the Kxamining Ollicer, Sec M. loml 1 raining Camp, CM West Jefferson GREEN VEGETABLES street, Louisville. I tie lioverninent pays the men $100 per month while in training and pro AND FRUITS. An Encore. Hang the Expensti In Other Days. (Iciirei1 folded the fair younir Camera Mnn- - "I'm sorry. Jack, but Until a New .Iitm'.v man tried to vides transportation, uniforms and sub Society and the people in general arc we'll haw to iln Unit business nvcr I cronture tn heart n dull cracking corner the iKitatci of Ids neighbor sistence, without anv expense to the to concerned today with food conservation. was conMdere'd thu student. ncniu, wnere nu inn on me rooi inio sound smote bis ear. ".Mi' It's good - i hood tho pocket," nitwt undeli:ible predatory Insect pro- Men chosen from the ollicers training ..,s.,.o1yorininglon. o. uanv.ue. t)l'f ruin Imrril and are run over fly by to thnxe cigars In my c promptIy) (iav or the Meam roller. Jly llliu giue nut, he mM trimly ; "hut tiling the cxpctisol diired In that -- ectlnn of the country-- camps for commissions in the new nat will give the women of Lancaster prac- . Life. nt 11 moment like this.' Washington Star. lllfjlt. rtlOIie .51)4. , ional army, the Adjutant General's tical demonstrations and talks oil how, y ollice announced Kentucky, will be assigned to preserve in time of plenty against Lancaster, to command troops from their own the lean mouths ahead. The first talk Males. will be Friday afternoon at School This is accordance willi the policy Auditorium at three o'clock. He sure aimed to obtain the greatest possible and hear her and get your "food saving team work among the half million of conscience" aroused. The conservation men soon to be put in the field. of food is now a patriotic dutj and Tht Phone 365-- M The ollicers graduated from thetrain-in- g every woman should help in this orgaFive camps will serve under the leader- nized campaign for thrift. Tire," BUCKEYE, KY. ship of regular army ollicers insuperior We have been hearing a great deal command. about canning and evaporation or dry. To overcome tht prevalent belief that ing of green vegetables, now it is to be only oi ler men, who already have been put on a practical basis. Miss Wellitrniuid as soldiers, will be admitted to ngton is a graduate of the Home EcoBourbonPoultry Remedy the second series of camps, the War nomics department of K. C. W. and Department emphasizes the fact that has just finished a course at State Uniprevious military experience, even un- versity, she is a charming, practical drlnklnc water cures UL Ider the most favorable circumstances. young girl, enthused with her subject anilnrcvrntswlilto dlarrtuica.ehotera and other chick will count tor only one-sixtamong the and willing to give her time and talent butt IrtmaLcs diseases. One 12 irallonsof medicine. At luints which will recommend the suc- to help in this organized campaign for imliatil. Valucessful student for n commission, able iMiultry boou fnn on request. thrift lovimi ititm co.,tu!i(tw.ir. A vigorous campaign is being made for young blood to fill the ranks of new Sold by R. IJ. McRoberts. Your t!re actuilly cutt you Iris per mile today th.in they series of training camps to open August vt-O( L7. Tim department has put H definite did a frw year a no, I HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. call for more men between the ages of 'provided ou Imjr tlm ri!it HrU of ttrcs. -- j and 31 or even younger. f This Agreement Witnesseth; That In the first place, Jon't buy a nonjrjcrfpt tire hat some dealer in order to protect the game on our a sclftili pricn motive in tallln;; In uu. lands foi a period of three years we Why yen should use Buy o tire with a name biM-u- t it n tire, the quality nf bind ourselves not to hunt- thereon, nor Cirdui, the womsn's which inn it he so gouti tli.it the reputation of a ere.it Company tonic, lor )our troubles, penult anybody else to do so, and we The undersigned hereby gve warnIs protected. have been shown in further agree to prosecute with diliing to all persons not to trespass upon thousands of letters from gence all persons who violate the game United StattB Tires, ilh the nnme of the our lands tor any purise whatever as actual users of this medicine, ulio sneak from rnanufaLturer in the world behind them are safe tires to buy. laws of Kentucky or tiespass upon our we will prosecute all offenders to ful persona! experience. If lands for the purpose of hunting. And teat extent of t- - law. Hunters and. exclusive time United States Tires aro constructed under the results obtained by e further agree to act ns Deputy Fishermen especially take notice. olheruomenfcrso many tried vulcanizing process that is pftUi.tsd. Game Wardens for the purpose of carjcars have beenfp iinf-IM & N H Price K. I. Klkui They Are honrtly built with thr best materials th torml) good, why not rying out this agreement. Kxcept each II C. Arnold. J. C. Itigshy. give Cardul a ttialV rkets of the Hurld aft, t d. of us liue the right to kill rabbits on Mrs. K. I., John Tatum. our rarins or permit it to be done by It I Arnold. T. U. Slavin. another under our supervision, or the (' M. Moberly. I!. 1,. llarker. supervision of some responsible and S. C. Itigsliy. 1!. M. I.ear. leliable person selec'ed by us. Julia 1'arks Sims Daily. , This November 15th, 11)15. "i cents Wo will adil other names for -.I U. L. Klkin, J. 1.'. Kobinson, casli, A Tire for Enry Uect! of Ptinc aiu! W. II. Ilrown. Jno. SI. 1'urra, The Woman's Tonic '.VtlSv' 'CAa.n' 'Utso' Koal Co-W. II. llurton. Alex Walker, ' Mrs. Abry J, Irvin, cl T. A. Klkin. IlUfelden Kros., fV ' Vf. .1 M.ilr, Tl UfS M; VI';.' CuIIcn, Va., wrllcf-"Abou- t fnll , F. M. Tinder. J. II. Ualtou. ()-;.i, tmiui-- i i "i 'i-'- i ' : II years ao, 1 Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. suffered untold misery .1. N. Uojs. (J. M. Dekhon, bearing-with fcmala trouble, II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, down pains, headHughes Hros, J. W. Sweeney, Jin Suberbs of Lancaster. I ache, numbness W. M. Mahan. Withers Hros, would go for three weeks William, Marcus and Jim White. 16 ACRES, FERTILE almost bent double . . . It. F. Wilmot, J. IJ, l'ope. My husband went to J)r. Mrs. David Chenault, I Frd J. Conn, IMPROVED LAND. for Cardul . . . V. It. Cook. J, iv. hlmore, After taklnr; about two Huffman Hros, T. C. Itunkin. This small farm lies right at tho City bodies 1 becan going Wm. G. Anderson, 5am Cotton, Limits. Is very fertile, well watered around and when 1 took W. II. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr, and has dandy small live room dwelling, bottles I could do three It. i:. Henry. Jno. M. White, Possession January 1st. Price $l.n00. all my work." llright Herring. A. I), llradshaw. Easy payments. Scott Huffman It. L. Harker. D.'A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY Win. und Lizzie Onstott. Wheeler9 s our yourself store are of the H77 allotted t.i for the second officers' training cmnp Imvii been accepted for examination, according to a telegram received liy (iovernor Stanley from Adjt. (Sen. II. (). H. Ileistimil, department headquarters, Chicago, who asked the (iovernor to urge more men to apply hefore the entries close July Kith. His telegram follows: "Two hundred and twenty-fivapplicants from your Stale for admission t the second officers' training camp have heen selected for pertonal examination as to their iunlilicatins for training. Your State's nuota Is :)77. Several limes this number is necessary to ; sure full ijuota or ollicers best iUalilien to lend Kentucky's portion of the new e in-- Only CARDS. Or. Wm. Office at Kainey Lmteaster. Ken-tuck- y D. Pryor, Stable. Kentucky is it" coming True? (Mother Shepton When pictures look ments free. the sea. 100 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. s Livery Years Ago) with move- -- alle. When ships like fishes swim beneath I'hon aw. onr Oilier Hours j J, to 12 u. in. to9 p. m the sky. Then half the world, deep drenched When men. outstipping ninK can III. K. Deonv and W. A. Wheelei in Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. the largest The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes PURNITURE AND RUGS store outfits the within radius the weds. furnishing specialty are delivered free our store. carry large 6. C. COX, Manse,Ky J. A. Beazlev arrange future Cook Stoves, Ranges our 20 per are car customers. Prices & Refrigerators satisfaction guaranteed. H. A. P. Wheeler Furniture Furniture Co. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Pamt Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. Honaker John McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. et IE. EDWARDS, M.D WA - tires les ever i m OneDrop fJAPFS m" POSTED reasons lrcet rber United Stales 1ms Ave Go?;;i two. Take M FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 'to a ... 5 CARACE, LANCASTER The Central Record, Thursday, July 12, 1917. town fkfi turn a v at 3 o'clock F. M. Being compelled to be away from home on business and having only two in family, for their convenience, I have concluded to move to my smaller place nearer town, thereby deciding to sell my Suburban Home "GLEN GABLES" where I now live on Lexington street in the city of Lancaster, Ky. I will offer for sale, on the premises, to the highest bidder 4T PUBLIC nm S L There the said property containing about eight acaes of rich land, all in grass except garden and orchard. Five hundred feet or this property is fronting on Lexington street and is capable of subdivision in building lots, fronting east. This part of town is building up rapidly, four new houses having been erected during the past year beyond this property and two more new ones are under construction. The house on this property, with large shady lawn in front, away from dust and noise, is 2i story's high and contains 1 1 rooms, hall two porches, and cellar and is considered one of tne best built and arranged storm sheeted frame houses in Garrard county. It is easily heated, being warm in winter and cool in summer. On this property is a servant house in back yard; a good stable with box stalls and wagon shed attached; a never failing bearing apple orchard and spring house. It is one of the best watered places for its size in the state. It has tvo cisterns, one at house and one large one at stable and a good pond in corner of pasture, fed by a spring that has never been known to go dry, and beside all this, which is unnecessary, I have city water for bath room and kitchen. This property is only a short distance and on the same side of the street as the Lancaster Graded school and is excellently located for small children going to and from school. duly 28th. 1917 THIS PLACE WAS FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE WALDEN PLACE. Property of this character is seldom ever offered at public sale and now is the opportunity of a life time for some one who wishes to invest in one of the most delightful homes in Lancaster. I will offer same in tvo or more tracts and then as a whole and will accept hid or bids that limitf the mom money Terms made known on day of sale. .ill be no Possession given I)evmler 1st. Mil?. COL. I. M. DUNN, things. P. S At the W. U. M. Auctioneer. I same time and place will sell some furniture lielnnginjl to my mother. Mrs. E. W. B. MASON .1. Mason, deceased, consisting of one parlor set. one Rosewood square piano, one walnut wardrobe und oilier Tfarmou jn.r. COLUMN 1 MT. HEBRON Mrs. Joseph Hicks thin writing. U very sick urow uougni 01 i.ir u air h.mw tin. husiu i. tot tn kiciuI 1T8 ute. olonr urmer iubfcrlbers. kuiI I. tor Grow, a milk cow for $80 am-on thin be ile of i:oei,cimtuil Mr and Mrs Oflie Sherrow are enter-tU- e. ih l.rmer c.unot .(lor.l to ..Iter-- 1 firm nccrotvil over tour taining a baby girl who arrived last No notice will ") week. llaei, nd will te oulj In two l.tut. ol t tcoRD. (reeolcbarite Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Sherrow are en- FOH SALE: A dipping tank, cart tertaining a baby girl who arrived last and harness. Mr. C. A. Robinson. week. Miss Evelyn Campbell of Louisville, For Sale Two good ' horse wagons, began teaching at Locust Grove School will sell cheap. If taken at o.ice. Monday. Remember the services at this plad FOH SALE; Two Duroc Jersey, registered bjar. nlsu fresh milk cow. Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning H. V. ltobinson anil evening I'hone 3li:i-FOU SALE: Two cows. Good milker-"- . nice Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow of Poor young red Ridge was the guest of Mr. W. L. J. W. Elmore. Grow Saturday. Mr Russell Hrumlield mid wife and Mr It. Dean and wife of Jesnamir.e at were the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Dillard Urumfield. Mrs. S. E. Lavton who has been vis E. iting relatives in Garrard County for some week3 returned to her home in II, T. Elder at Nicholaiville. Mr. 11. P Swope anil Mrs. W. II Swope and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Wesley Walker at Danville. Mrs. W. J. ilogan is at home after spending several months in Lexington with her daughter, Mrs. Woolfolk. Mrs. Elizabeth Uurgess and Master John T. Burgess expect to leave in a few days for an extended visit to rel- Uecator 111. Sunday. Public Sale! ... . OF I I We have opened up the I.ancaster Klevatot and Flour Mills and are making the best White Swan Flour and We wish to money can buy. buy, store or deposit your wheat. I'len- ty of new sacks and the highest mar ket price paid fur corn and wheat. und Hicks. Walker, LIVERY STABLE EQUIPMENT A. M. WEDNESDAY. ne. atives in Indiana, We have opened up the Lancaster BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK, Elevator and Flour Mills and are makWhite Swan Flour and ing the best I I JULY 18 j HORRIBLE 01 Bryantsrille DEATH Citizen. We wish to meal, monev can buv. buy, store or deposit your wheat. Plen ty of new sacks and the highest mar ket price paid for corn nnil wheat. Walker. Lee ami Hicks. at our Livery Stable, on main street, in Danville, Ky., we will offer for sale, at public auction, our Livery Outfit, consisting of the following 11 1 FOR SALE An extra good llerford Jack llourne. bull, one year old. FOR SALE-- A good hull, ready for service. Poland Angus Kiiby Tenter. For Sale: GOISrown Leghorn hens, one year old at $1 each. Mrs. Fred J. Conn, Route 1, Lancaster Ky. 5.2t. Sptsks Frcm Experience. . "Here' it Mihhtance which breaks down when excised to light." remarked the ilieinlst. "That must be the Huff reputations nre made of," observed the politician. Widow. ' KY. July 11th. HRYANTSV1LLE. One of the saddest accidents that has Memi" Wesley Thompson. Lee Tracy were in ever occurred in this vicinity was the nnd familes and L. E. Sp.-aks- , Lexington. Sunday. death of Mr. Howard Parr last Friday, Mrs. Uhoda Wylie. Mr. Mrs Win Vaiidcrpool ar.d children of on the farm of harLexington, are the guests of her Utvr Parr was attempting to get on it nessed mule wnen the animal became Mrs Ernest Montgomery. frightened and inn "iuite a distance delivered a dragging Mr. Parr whose foot had Mr M. L. Montgomery bunch of hogs to Mr V. A Lear, last He entangled in the harness. week lit D cents per pound. lived about one hour and half after the Miss Ruth Montgomery who is with accident It was found that his neck was broken, all his ribs pulled loose Mr and Mrs Sam Duncan at Nicholas He is jurviv- vide, was with home folks here Sunday and his skull fractured. N'avlor. Miss Mollie ed hy a wife, and four children who M,. com-gues- ts Grow und Edna Uurnett Grow were nave tne svmpainy oi me enure Mr. Vednxda of Mr. and Mrs Kd'munity in their bereavement. Parr was IIS years of age and terved in (;ri)W J . War. lie was the Spanish-America- n Imiied in the Camp Nelson cemetery time. the A very good crowd attended "Patriotic Service" Sunday night ntj the Methodist church. The recitations hy Miss Jane Ilaselden and Master Elisha Carrier were greatly enjoyed. The talks by Mr. If. F. Hudson andj Rev. Tinder were very interesting and It was indeed iUlte a instructive. treat to have them with us, .II burses, nil lady broke. f closed funeriil carriages, in jlrotl condition, 1 pall bearers, wagon, prnlienlly new. buggies, good ones. surrey; :) wagons; wagonette; e runabout. I ilruintiieis wagon 'J wagons. I baggage wagon. 12 sets of single barnes. I sets of double, harness for carriage, all brass mounted. 2 sets of wagon harness, saddles', briule.s. baiters, whips, rugs, lap rol.es. dusters, footwanners, harness repair outlit. iron safe, desh and other tilliec lir.tnres. About seveuiy-lh- e banels of corn, about three hundred bushels of .shelled oat:;, couipleteset of blacksmith and tools; horse shoes, buggy shafts; spokes; wagon timbers, about thru! reels of rubber tire Teiehlng Child to Read. A chili) Is lf. I Iniu'ht to read III the for vehicles, nnd numerous other articles. natural melhnd, by melius of objects. TERMS Cash, Ten Dollars, iuul,uinler Six Month's Cuilil over 10. Ills words or short M'litenccK rniitnlu-Inthe snine words repeated In ill ;in oiineetinu. lire written on the lilai'klinnrd, and he ipilckly lenrns to recognize these mid In read lit hlglit. first words In script, then In type. When he Is undo to copy the blackC. board words at each lesson, he tennis to read mid write both at the same' 1 1 two-hors1 ' scale, our auto livery including motor bus, baggage and transfer business, with Mr. George Harmon as manager. We will continue to operate on enlarged WW(W.'fcm I IWiWAW.sy.'.sVAW to. Saturday afternoon. m I? ET 1 PRICES RL'ASONAUl.E Let Me FigurellVith You On Your k 0 m Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. k J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. LANCASTER, Ky. Mr. .1. C. Williams spent Friday in Somerset on business. 3j I Mrs. Walter Arnold spent the week- end with relatives at Lancaster. Mr. A. T. Scott has purchased a handsome new Overland touring car. Mrs. Sara E. Laytun of Decatur III., lias been visiting Mrs. U. P. Swope. Miss Elsie Handy of Gravel Switch, has been visiting Miis.MvrtluCampbell. Mr, and Mrs. M, 0. Kennedy spent Sunday witlrelativus at Preacheisvillu. Mr. Welch Farley of Lexington was heie last week to see his father, Mr. 3 J. W. Farley. Miss Elizabeth llryaut who is attending Normal at Richmond, spent the week-en- d at home, Mrs. J. Ilogan llallard has returned heme after a visit to her mother. Mrs. 'J i ' Abdications of Hittory. ..I, .l.....Lit.. ti... nv!l,l there are ri rds of kluys liming ill I rated from "in- - cause nnd another. I"r hack In the mist) past one innniir' ! gae up Ids tlirnlie lucniwe he w.m TAYLOR LIVERY COMPANY CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, r . Auctioneer, "weiirhd villi dominion;" unothrr r tired out of pri'ferenco for the fni dntn of private life; n third laid down Id rrouu hecnu.se his schemes fulled ; Mill another iilnlicnted In a fit of mel uncholy; mid there nru two iDstunces In which klnM left their thrones be- cnue they wero unablo to COpo with national crises. What to Give. "Olve to your enemies forxlventMS, to your opponent tolerance, to your friend your heart, to your child u good example, to your parents deference, Selected. nnd to everybody hiitishlne," W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmcr. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phono 33.