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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 26, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917072601_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 26, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YE All LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, ran county are as follows nnd shows the rotation in which they will be called: 1 133-3- JULY-26- , 1917. NUMBER 17. EJIEfc Special Pripes For Ten Days, on 1 -- 268 851 2 -- 158 3 4 -- 783 n -- 8.17 r, -- 337 7' -- Hid 8 lo! --1- Sam Davis Walter Kllllon Mike Simpson . Everett I.. Sebastian Herbert Schooler Henry M. Green Jesse Grins Otto Howling Fred Mafield 13- 0- 151 .Ins. J. Crutcher 13- 7- 51 Everett Darker If?- 717 Frank Pullett 13- 9- "0 Itlchard It. Anderson 14- 0- 193 Henrv Crank 15 131 103 133-G.- V1 We sell the James I'rewitt -- 27; Uoy V. Estridge Boa 5(51 Willie Long Buggies, Wagons, ETC. Frank Garven Hollls Wearren James L. Marsee Win. V. Najlor Chester Lewis Dillard Illvthe . ll 12 -- 913 -- 00' i G30 Hill Chas. Kay Troy McCoy 14- 1- 100 Calloway C. Ilondshell 145-5- 19 liiinm Land 14- 0- 2.i Lewi F. Arnold 147- - 392 Jns. Hicks 111-3- 14- 2- 773 14- 3- 0U3 JesT. STUDEBAZEE AND 13- - -- 143-- S8 CbnsTavlor Connie Hager Win. Musters Creede Simpson Hebron J. Patrick Chas. Mitchell Pin White Kobt L. Hurton CIS 15- --- 120 10- - -- 781 17- - -- 753 18- - -- 107 19- -- nic 20- - -- 37.1 II John Sherrow Llgo Itoblnson Isaac J, Ilryant Mack Morgan Kobt. Hammack Marshall Kay 14- 9- 333 15- 0- 558 15- 1- SjC 152 -- 703 153-5- 70 15- 1- 911 153-1150-0157-9- 22 OLD HICKORY i 21 i -- 775 12 39 OtisNaylor Geo Wiley Alfred Dunn Chas. W. Tankersly Herbert Dunn Mason I'oinler Wm. Farns 150 23 -- 032 -- COO Jas. II. Layton Oakley Peace McQuery Alfred 11. Swope Aubrey D. Lee Owen Grow Chai. It. Joseph Grovcr Mitchell Hammock 153 -- 222 159 -- 900 1GO-220 700 810 507 -- 309 --- 101-- 102 -- 207 103-31GI-7- -- 117 -- 21 3G - Wl 13 Conn la Hale Tii 4: Brothers. !! Andrew J. Burge Dave Underwood 103 1G0-3- G3 707 97I LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 131 . S for naif. Hifftson, Hughes 021 -- 120 33 511 -- 133 10 - 187 -- 707 -- 110 -- 132 -- Ira Hamilton Milton IE. LeMay John Isbcll 1G7-- 1G8 100-9- -- 320 30 HenGrims Hrogrand Koberts Lewis Pendleton Fred Vf Hager Itobt. M. Walter Fred I'. Gammon Hen Woods Gilbert Wilson George Turner David J. Prewitt Jas. II. Kalston A full line of Hand Made Wagon Harness. Wagons I 1 P - Joe Aldridge Willie C. Lavton ICdgar Smith Parnau. - is Ke.l Cros work for you to Come do at 'be Cluli room, tomorrow. ' and liclp. We will buy or stole our wheat. Highest markot price. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, all jou can ami can all you cin't." u th slogan of the Lancaster Canning Club. tWe "Eat SPIRIT OF SEVEN TY SIX SHOWN Knitting parties have superseded bridge partis every rue Is doing their h't these days. FOUND; A Cameo pin. several weeks ago. Owner can baif same H) caning t on Harry D. Klmurf. red. STRAY KD away. Iat week. Iioar. Anv information will he nppre-- ' ' IN WHEN Homer Wand Lee Irvine 18 John M. Amon Hascom Osborne -- 927 Joe I'. Wheeler -- 730 Andrew Roberts 41 - 001 James Moody 43 -- COO It. H. Metcalf -- 182 Morris G. Calico -- 513 Owen Locker 40 L'arnest Hall -- 223 Wm. N. Dunn 50-5Kinnlard Hishop -- G02 Harrison Mays 52 -- 390 Fred Herring 53 75 Claud Bolton 51 772 Jesse Hay 55 -- 721 Wm. 11. Fumphrey 50 7M5 Hay Spivey 57 2s0 Jesse Klmore 170 -- 920 17- 1- 919 17- 2- G30 17J 733 171-8- 43" 17- 3- 121 170 177--2292 Alfred Stewart Horbert Bishop Sam N. Davis HASELDEN BROS. I a lil 21 504 178 179-81S0-4- Hiram Fields Hiram Lunsford D. L. Sipple Claude KIdJ Lancaster, - Kentucky s 14 70 152- - 13- 1- 312 - 90 15- 3- 191 77 30 Martin Graham Chas Uroughton Isaac T. Cornett Chas. U. Layton Joe Kice General Haker Floyd Smder Aubrey K. Carter Ckirord Ingram Jas. II. Smith Jno. P. Foster Ollie M. Estes Chas. Leavell 131-4- 183753 1S0-1- - 13- 7- 853 13- 8- 103 13- 9- 424 19- 0- 310 19- 1- 300 19- 2- 27S 193 -- 321 191-9- f 'it 3r. take another because they say it is as good as WHY GLEN LILY Willing 8 TV LANCASTER. NAMES ARE DRAWN rl.tnit. N. MHI.T Kermit Uoosevclt, son of the former President, hss received a cablegram containing an olTer, which he has accepted, of itair commission with the Itritish army operating agalnt the Turka in Ala Minor. He was grunted hit discharge from the Olllcera' Train, ing camp and accompanied by hli wife, left for OYter Hay to join his lather before sailing on Saturday for Spain. One dollar will tiut an Illiterate on the highway to knowledge. As this sum will purchase the equipment to teach one man, 30,000 in Kentucky will be asked to give a dollar each to buy primers and other books for 30.000 men in the State, who. according to the recent registration, can nemier renu nut sol-di- er FOR ARMY SERVICE. GARRARD MUST FURNITH 104 MtN FROM LIST OF 208 FROM WHOM THEY ARE EXPECTED TO COME. Tobaccc fields are in good shapV, having been lowed and hocJ the second time in most sections. Young plants are looking well anil showers of the past two days will aid greatly in secur- t - ...... I ..n.tvfli fn.m llnw an. Little ' damage has been reportcu irom worms thus fur. Huycrs are still olleiwg cents pound for this year's crop. u Few sales are rcorted. our expenditures for clothes, but that time is not fur distant. The uJe of poisonous gases in modern warfurM has become so much the rule, since the practice wui incepted by the Germans in April 1915, that a gasmask Is Invariabjy a part of tho equipment of the man at tho front. The American gus mask is salt,' to combine the best and English, fk features of the German against gasund to ho absolutely proof es for a period of 10 hours. Tho breath is drawn through a mouth tube, passing through a cannister of chemicals which neutralize the gases. A clamp prevents the man from breathing through tlx nose, so that all the inhaled air must pass through the canister. Some of the trench masks are much simpler than this, notably one of the French types, which consists simply of a cloth saturated In chemicals drawn over tho head, through which the soldier breathes, cither with nose or mouth at will. I , Since the war begun both F.ngand ard France have been much exercised sjabont the wearing of finery on the part of women, and there hive been requests und in some cases laws tending to simplify fmjilon In those countries. No doubt public opinion has making women In 4 done even more in those countries refrain from spending enormous sums of money on their clothes nt u time when every hit of money or cnercy has been needed waging the war or relieving the sufferings and hardships of the men at the front. As yet we have made no effort to reduce r I; The suspense and uncertainty has ended about who will he called to the first Selective draft, and the spirit of Lur.caster's young men could not be more patriotic. In a number of inter views to determine this spirit, the answer has been. "I am ready to go' On the cheek of very lew Lancaster fathers of the future, will there be the blush of shame, when the question is naked what they contributed towards this worlds battle for freedom dies ter Lewis evinced this splendid spirit when he read his number had been drawn nnd turned to I)r .Virgil Kin nalrd, who had already enlisted and said: "Doc I'll meet you at the gates of Ilerlin". Hen Woods said "l.ord pity the Germans, they have drawn me". Sam Davis (col) whose number is "258" and the first to be drawn is now in jail serving out a sentence for tight ing. When told that he was the .first drawn, uid, "1 nm glad to go where I can light without having to pay u line und serve u juil sentence. Garrard county must furnish 101 sol diem from tlie draft which was held lust Friday in Washington und the men must respond to their country' cull in the orderm which they were drawn. For the first cull of the army it bus been estimated that out of the double number required for uny ojio county, tlix rtquired quota will be obtained; that In Gurrard county from the first 203 names which ure published below, It bus been estimated, that the requir eil 101 men will be secured, uftur ex emptions have been made. lu case over half the names druwu in the double quota in each county ure thrown out, the next In order will be .culled until the necessary number is secured. There are 992 men ranging In ages from 21 to 31 years in Garrard cuunty, ull of which names were drawn last Friday and thoso whose names were first draws out of the wheel, will be first called to service, proviJtd they pass the examination, lleginmiig this week we are publishing the first 203 names and will continue to do for several weeks until the total 092 names are published. Persons interested in these names should preserve the list and they can see just who will be the next In the order of tne drawing. The first 208 to be called ftom Gar- - 58 - 972 59 -- 983 dj 757 01 000 02 80S 03 332 01 370 03 512 01 -1- 01 G' 871 08 -- 532 00 208 70 075 71 313 72 982 73 720 71 15 75 -- 905 70 933 77-- 132 Herbert Wbitaker Kobt. Ycukcy David F. I'.oss Squire T. Wbitaker 11 19- 3- 532 190 197-2- 330 12 Herbert Suiter Harrison GatTney Amon Hall Wm. Geo. M. Collctt Iluford Smith J no. F. Moore Ed Francis Ed. H. Poindxxter John F. Coins Chas. C. Yater Jas. D. Rankin Ed Anderson Simon Tankersly 19- 3- 49 19- 9- S 20- 0- 305 20- 1- 557 20- 2- C22 Raymond Miller 20- 3- 5S3 Clem Murphv 20I-7- S1 Wm. A. Simpson 203-- WS Simon H. White 200-3- 23 Wood Graves -- 857 Dillard Sebastin 207 203-9- 03 Virgil Lee Prewitt KirbyTeater Thad Lakes Martin Green Jasper Daley J. Hogan Usllard Walter Arnold Jas. O. Fowler John Mnrcum i $ & s tA That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is the best. The only unbleached, unblended flour that you can buy In central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. Garrard Go. Kobt. Walton Thos. Kemper 73-3- 53 Hradley Ham 79 -- 530 Steve Lawson 8- 0- 015 Curtis K Nayler 8- 1- 218 Joe K. Duncan 8- 2- 020 Allen Morris 8- 3- 550 Otis Mulear 81-- 074 Kobt. Mitchell 8- 5- 31 Lor.za Anderson S1 Delma L. Young 8- 7- 770 Win. S. Kay 8- 8- 882 Hurry O. Thomas MONEY FOR TEACHERS. Miss Jennie Iliggins informs us that the seventh month salary is now ready for the teachers and they are asked to come in next Saturday for same. FINE RESIDENCE AT AUCTION 8- 9- C77 Jno. V. I'arker 9- 0- 719 Frank Kogers 9- 1- 523 Jesse Leavell 9- 2- 7150 Thos. Keyjiold 9- 3- 50 Howard Iluford Ituther Shearer 9- 3- G J no. W. Anderson 9- 0- Gl Rolln II. Kurnsido 9- 7- 870 John W. Swope 9- 8- 510 Jnke Lake . 90 IIS Thos. Jones 10- 0- 711 Fool l'erkins 10- 1- 811 Mat Shelton 10- 2- 1538 llenj. E. Nuylor 103 - 02J Jumes Miller 00 Jesse East 10- 3- CS5 Coy Price 35 John Gabhert 10719.1 Pric Logan 108 -- 923 Squire Underwood 10- 9- 311 Jus. H. Greer 11- 0- 391 Grover Huffman 11- 1- 353 Thus. Hughes 11- 2- 970 Cornelius Wearren Wallace M. Nealey 37 114 -- 300 Jumes IIURhes 11- 6- 571 Hradlev It. Montgomery S8 John S. Ledford 11- 7- 701 Sam Plumber 11- 8- 72 Wm. lllack 11- 9- 350 lsreul G. HulTman 91-- 792 V 101-2100-3U3-C11U-4- The public sale of the handsome residence of Mr. W, B Mason, which is to take place next Saturday afternoon should bring out numerous bidders, for the property is one of the most desir able in the city. Mr. Mason informs us that the sale will be an absolute one ond the purchaser with no will be fortunate to own such u magnificent home. Kemember the day, i Buggies, i Wagons, next Saturday. CANNING . DEMONSTRATED Miss Mollie Worthington, demonstra Wm. T. Swope 11 Ambrose Adams 124 Hugh M, Tarrance 125-9- 00 120-9- 31 Delma h. Young 127 303 Minor Hamilton 0 Harry Alcorn 128 12- 0- 112 12- 1- 128 12- 2- 079 12- 3- 805 Carl Howling G. T. Hallurd Jr. Elbert Preston i Homer Greer John IJaker Wm. J. iieuthman 13- 2- 957 Uurniro West 129 327 130 93 13- 1- 001 tor from the agricultural department of State University, Tuesday afternoon at Huseldens Hardware store gave a practical demonstration of canning beans und beets. Hereirorts ure to bring to the people some of the results of the governments experiments and most approved methods of canning and evaporating fruit und vegetables. Miss Worthington emphasized the importance of the formation of a club in order that she might be brought in closer und more direct contact witli the women and her woik could reach the greatest number. A club was formed with Mrs. K. E. Mc: Roberts chairman. About twenty-fivjoined nt once and we hope tho number will soon be doubled. Any one desiring to join can send their names to Mrs. McRoberts. There are no dues and uo g obligations, jusl'come and learn worth while for your own good. Miss Worthington will meet with the club every two weeks and dilTerent vegetables will be canned and evaporated. Also questions answered, information fr(jnTVxperienced housekeepers will be gratefully received by the members, aj this club is for mutual helpfulness. e come-thin- Harness. I have a complete line ancf can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buy- -' ing. - Deposit your wheat with ut for Hour. We handle only the best first patent THour. Hudson, Hughes & Farnatf- W. J. Romans I gji The Central Record, Thursday, July 26, 191 7. Auction Sale OF DON'T BLANC THE CHILD. of 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - Black Faced Sheep . AND Thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus Cattle AT PREACH ERSVILLE, KY. Free Dinner. Music By An Excellent Band. Don't control over the kidney secretions. It Is not always the 'children's fnult-i- n many esses It means weak kidneys and csn be readily lighted, (lend this Lancaster mother's Advice. Stanford Mrs. II. 0. Crutchfield, Ave., Lancaster, says: "My little boy was greatly trouble with weak kidneys and had no control over their action, which caused no end of annoyance, and I trouble. The child looked badly. cot a box of Doan's Kidney Tills and began giving them to him according to directions. They promptly cured hirn." (Statement Riven December 20, 1911.) A 1'EItMANKNT CUItK. On November 17, 1910, Mrs. Crutch- field said; "The cure Doan's Kidney Tills made for one of my childrep has been a lasting one. COc. at all dealers. Co., Mfgs.. liulTalo, N Y. Kostvr-Milburn cold your children for lack OF - SW1NEBR0AD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors to Hughes & bwincbroad OF - LANCASTER, IN KENTUCKY. .tieaaquarters tor Keai instate "THE LAND OF NOW" EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. w ft w ft hi w aww vt a ft ft DAIRY WISDOM. Do not try to until up the by guess. Unless every cross In breeding ft stands for Improvement In the ft ft herd It khows that there w sonic- - ft SATURDAY, "I JULY 28th, 1917 Also At 10:30 a. m. sharp. , will sell at auction, at my farm on the Grab Orchard and Lancaster pike, 350 BLACK FACE EWES, One tofive years old, in lots of 25 and 50 or to suit the purchaser. 15 THOROUGHBRED CALVES, High-Grad- ABERDEEN 1 ANGUS COWS AND ft ft thing wrong. ft' If n cpnrntor Is not worth f cleaning lifter bohm used It U St not worth having nut once n day ft ft ft or week, but each time. ft Never allow u low to be ex- - ft driving, nbuv or ft ft cited by ft ft unnecessary disturbance. ft I'lenn the entire ldy of tho IV ft cow daily. Hair lu tho region of KI ft the udder should I kept short ft f ft by dipping. W ft IS ft W ft W ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft about ft uur rccorus ior ine eiKiu jium mow fines 01 more man acres of land, besides a large amount of town and city pioperty and stocks of amounting to more than l,XO,UO0.0O and this business was done to clients and cuitomrrs and they are my the entire satisfaction of more than references for "fair dealing." From my cxperienco in the business know how, when, where and what ttj advertise. To the one who has procrty to well farm lands, city property, dwellings lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate roNjiiiun. I solicit can handle it to your entire sntinfaction. your business, believing List vour farm or other property with me now. I now linve on hand a long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and )our property may be just what I nin looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage ns I know values and know that when you cloe a deaf through me you will received" for your money. I have oa hand for sale at all times n Large Number of Farms, Dwellings City I'roperty not In the advertised list, as my lilt of property is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new and som of my best proierties are not advertised at the request of the owners. of Garrard County, write me and I will tell you If you are a all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, schools and churches, of Lancaster nnd Its business. Its people and Its growth. The following is just a few of the properties have on hand for sale now! 1 1 gt "lue s proM-rtie- 1 PASTURE FOR CALVES. FINE Short-yearling BULL. Also several e Black Cattle and Two Bulls. These cattle are part of the T. L. Carpenter and R. L. Crow herds, are well known and pedigrees will be furnished on request. This stock sale will immediately follow the big Auction Land and Lot Sale of my Preachersville farm. J. M. CRESS, Come and bring your, friends. PREACHERSVILLE Gatnsd by Turning Youngitsra Out Dcfore Six Months Old. A calf four months old 1 a llttlo too young to turn out to pasture unlets It Is possible to protde It with sklmnillk, says Iloard'x Dairyman. We prefer to hao u calf six muiiths old, aud beven months Is better, before turning It out to grass. If It Is ("osilble to provide pasture near tho barn where sklmmllk may be fed dally to' tho calf then we consider It u good practice to turn the s old calf to pasture in the Llttla Remember the Date and the Hour of these Two Big Sales, Saturday, July 28th, at 10:30 a. m. At this sale will be sold some of the very finest Cattle in Central Kentucky. Black Indians Q?cd Orehardlsts. The American npolo owes ini!'i care of the PiJIan farmers-- , fur Qualified far Job. How to Teach a Dog. "Know how to wash cars?" asked Kindness, firmness, nnd patience, are the garage, ooss. "Sure, I fei6v,'( said iwccssmj- qualities in teaching h dog. the seedy-dokln- s applicant for work. Nothing cah lo done by crucftv, and If "You clean everything but the license you lofe fojj tpmper you will neyc'r plates." tench him anything. It is very litifo ii& trying tote; an oia uog. Begin when lie lj young nod do not overtlre Life of a Chain. Also do not nerfeoil lilm. for film. By twisting a hemp roJo In nndput njpsjt oj the lessons have o be taught of the links of n chain that runs oftr by p itfstcm, of oall rewards In the n pulley, not only Is the noise sup- shape of of jood. pressed but the life of the chain' U lengthened 70 per cent. To Remove Tobacco Stains. 4' little denatured alcohol applied' with g d'u& will quickly remove tjjp darMOwB tobacco stains from copper or brass itsh trays. At six or seven dlnn wax iiu nhle iwiuologlst. It t months of age it may not show us fj&t unusual ISO years ago for Ind . sleek and smooth n coat as when fed frchards t have 1,500 trees, wh on whole milk, but when a year old all had been duly pruned anil culti- we believe the sklmmllk calf will be vated by the people we nre prone t ro- fully as vigorous and growth)' as tho gurd ns nonmjllc Mirages. Tho pencil one ralod on whole milk. If calres and induce were also cultivated bv five and six months old can be placed them In Inter years. To the world tho upon a good pasture supplemented Indian Introduced such fruits as tho with n llttlo whole grain, llko oats and persimmon, the puwpuw, the pineapple corn, and some sklmmllk they will and the Mrglnla htrawberry. make very satisfactory growths. Wo do not believe, thero Is much If Paper Pulp From Indian Crass. any danger of calves bloating by graz Hcscarch In India has resulted In ing iiikiii icas and wheat. There Is A Wise Prayer. the discovery of several varieties of graze filvc us what Is good, whether we danger If they nre permitted to should grass that grow prollflcally and from pray for It or not ; und iivert from us nnon clover or alfalfa. Care which excellent paper pulp can be bo taken nt nil times to supply tV iuv cvii, even u wc pray lor it. fray' made. calves with a liberal amount of water, of Socrates. flvo weeks old. spring. We prefer to keep calves born In the spring In the burn rather than out to pasture because of tho hot weather nnd Hies. A calf will not consume enough grass to provide ample nutriment for growth for tho first four or five months, further, we think It a good practice to feed a calf sklmuillk for six ur seven mouths and longer It there Is mi abuudaneo of It. Tho calf oupht to do very well on n Jersey nurse cow, but we rou!dcr butter fat too ex. pensive to feed to u calf. We arc liuliued "to believe that u calf will do fully an well on sklmmllk as on whole milk after It Is four or FA It.MS. A farm of ISO acres, partly rolling land, good Improvements, on pike with HI) acres of clilT and grazing land thrown In, A fertile farm ofjtfl acres with splendid improvements. Und lies well and is on pike. A small farm of 13 acres, 31 milts from town, on pike, new Trocm dwelling and newtbarn, good land lies well. A farm of CO acres, on pike I'J miles from town, land rolling, very fertile mostly in grass, isige touacco uarn 4 room nouie. A farm ofSIcres, extra tobacco and htmp land, rollirir. 2 Isrce I,.,,.. splendid dwelling, land well fenced aid well wntrtnl ttrar.t hcure and other out buildings. A farm ofi'JfJ acres of rich land, part level ar.d rart'rolliri?. fine illlin,. halls, cellar etc, 2 acre orchard. I'J miles from town cn pike of This one a bargain. A acres of very fertile land on pike 1 mile from town, cood dwell! line ordinal and the lar.d priced right. large barn and other A farm of 128 acres, I miles from town, on pike, lard i.arilv mlli splendid improvements: A farm of lllcres;of fine lar.d well improved, cn nike acfr.II,! in ket of three county reals, land lies well. A small farm of IS acres, mile from rike. with trnr.l lm. " . ments. it HANDS, ARMS, DOLLARS to YOU .So See us before you sell LIM8S ASLEEP Run-Dow- your Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats or Corn. To Talk with us on the feeding of the fall shoats for market. To Let us figure your lumber, shingle and building bills before you buy. over our line of Furniture and Stoves before you buy. To Let us know your wants in Field seeds for fall Sowing. To Look To Remember us when in need of anything in our line. Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. And Was Weak and CITY ntOI'KinV: Nervous, Says Florida Lady. Niw nudein dwilllrig of K tttirs, 2 I alls, cellar, Lath rooms, modtm implements, furnuce!heatid, elictiie lights. wnt r wtiks. - nnn ,.,,,'t. i... i,. Five Dottles of Cordui . and I acres ot land. Made Her Well. A dwelling pf (! rccins ard out buildings and I ocies of land. S. Anotlurlnew modern dwelling of 10 rams with all mcdem toitvei fees, ' Kathleen, ria. Mrs. Dallas Trine, A number of other dwellings nnd building lots. of this place, rays: "After tho birth ' For further particulars and prices immiro of of my last child... I not very much and weakened, bo much that I could hardly do anything at ; I was to awfully nervous that nlL I could scarcely endure tho least MAN. My condition was getting noise. worso all the time... Lancaster. Kentucky. I knew I must lmvo sonio relief or I would soon bo In tho bed and In a serious condition for I felt d badly and was so nervous and weak I eould hardly live. My husband asked Dr. about my taking Cardul. Ho said, 'It's a cood medicine, and good for that troullo', so ho got mo S bottles... After about tho second bottlo I the spirit which animates all successful business, of felt greatly Improved... boforo taklnu prevails In the organization of our Federal reserve bank. It my llmba and hands and arma would go .to sleep. After taking It, Wo own stock In It. We keep our rtservo cmh in It. We lnvo however, this poor circulation disapa voice In electing its directors and through them In choosing Its peared. My strength camo back to mo and I was soon on tho road to management. It is our bank, and Its resources enable us at all times health. After tho. use of about C botto meet the legitimate banking requirements of our community. tles. I could do all my bouso-worand attend to my alx children . A farm of leOjicres. partly rolling, very fertile, splendid improvements largo 0 room!brick dwelling with front lawn to pike, easy terms r.'. i cultivation, balance in grnss. A farm of 201 acres of level land. mile from town, fronting on two pik es, suaceplllile o: division inio imauer tniir.s, dandy building sites. A farm of K.J acres, on pike, all in blue grass, large Imrn. (!,. . l,mi,li site for dwelling, orchard, land resdy;for tobacco and hemp, close to school and churches, also f, miles from Lancaster. acres of nearly level land. 5 room dwelling. A farm of ing, large orchard.l.land fertile, on pike close to schools and churches. This Is a "dundv mite nome. A farm of 40 acres, hlch class land, on pike, on pike. 5 miles from Ui.n. ford an ideal location.lWIll bo sold worth the money nnd on easy terms. A lurm oi mi acres on pise, oj miles irom Danville and 5 miles from Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of Improvements, farm linn m ..,!,. s.unre and can'.be divided.wilh fronts on pike. In iplesdid neighlwrhoo.! and rigllt ai rinan vnmge mm eiiiuui uuu rnurcr.es. faun of 2H) acres, well located, well Improved and near-l- y KOU I!KNT:-- A all in grassnd n part of the grass ready for the plow. Will be rented for the year 101?. 1 mile from A smalt farm ofUcres. on pike Lancaster, splendid brick rcsidence.largo bnrn and other out buildings, well watered, liuv u home dole to the beslitown in Central Kentucky. LN to this:-TI- IK A farm 1IKST IIAIIGAI.V in"Ken. tuckv. Located on two pikes, near the famous Camp Dick Kobinson section of Carrard County. 1'art of this land is virgin soil, rea.ly for hemp and tobacco SIX) acres is nearly level in high state of cultivation. dwellings on the farm", tho main dwelling is nn ideal Kentucky Country home. 2 large new tobacco barns, stock horns and other out buildings, well watered and well fenced If the entire fa.m is too much for )ou, will sell you a 27S ncro tract, or 13 acre Priced right niul on easy terms. Ki acre tract. tract or A farm of;il7 acresf rolling hind, new dwelling, barn e. well watered 21 miles, from town, will auit, some one who does not care to he right on the pike. Will sell at n bargain if bought at once. 1 24,-It- lr .ii-.- n. of0 acr'es-I.IST- - 1 ... ' V" SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE The Modern Spirit k a thorough trial for your troubles. It liablt-formlnafter-effect- You can feel eafo in giving Cardul contains no harmful or drugs, but la composed of mild, vegetable, medicinal Ingredients with no bad Thousands of women hare voluntarily written, telling of the good Cardul has done them. It E ti houla help you, too. Try It. I i KY. B. V. HUDSON. President.' J. J. WALKEIt, Vice W. 0. KlGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walxeb, Jk., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER l'rest. mwmm . The Central Record, Thursday, July 26, 1917. CASH PRICES I MEN'S, 'YOUNG MEN'S AND BOYS SUITS I CASH PRICES Why reduced prices on clothes when Woolens are on the rise? "The Story in a Nut Shell" You've probally heard that "woolen pieces are advancing, so you naturally ask If that is so, how can these stylish, 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- ol i Bemuse Woolens nre advancing so rapidly these clot lies nre worth more now thnn they were n few months ago; they'll be worth more next year rule of not carrying goods from one season to .mother, we nre going to close them out nt the following cut prices: 'flO.no Mens Suits 12.50 Mens Suits 15.00 Mens Suits 17.50 Mens Suits now now now now but we can't hold them over. Following our iron-cla- d ? 8.75 0.75 11.75 13.75 SIBOO Mens Suits now 20.00 Mens Suits now 22.50 Mens Suits now 25.00 Mens Suits now $11.25 10.25 17.25 19.25 S 5.00 Boys Knee Suits now 0.50 Boys Knee Suits now 7.50 Boys Knee Suits now 10.00 Boys Knee Suits now S 3.75 1.25 5.50' 7.75 Make your choice while choosing is good. House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. 3C CARTERS V ILL E. .Mrs. Mau Bobinson is on the RED BLOOD AMERICANISM this week. Misses Blanche Vandeveer nnd Mir- t.'ia McClarv spent several days last week in Lancaster the guest of Miss Allie Arnold. IS COMING TO THE FRONT KlKht ruff this Country i calling for men of stout hearts and soun 1 bodies. It need them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. ct Mr. Andy Conn mnde it business trip The Community Revival at the Christo Wood (line last Saturday. tian church is being largely attended Miss Kva Merryman visited home nt each meeting by people from tins county, and adjoining counties. folks last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. C. K. Tate nnd Mrs. S. J. Mr. 1). I.. Gabbard is visiting relaSr, have returned home from Kantives in Jackson county this week. sas City, Mo, where thev have been the Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Peters of guests of relatives for several weeks. visited Mrs. Susie Itcnfro last Em-hr-' n BIG AUCTION . FARM I I us nothing The exigency row confronting u emphasizes, roui 1 i!o, the imHrtnrct of goati health, lMh us an individual anJ natioral M.sct. It Kives Kjii t to thi tucr'tlon. ofter emanating from this olllce, that t vnj ! dy !iould gunrd their health in n priceless lv r jou HrJ yours-- lt running tliv i nnd nut exactly pitch, as Is the case with everybody at keyed up t the fghtn-times. Veil ought t come to Nature's relief mid take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R 0 gunranteed to satisfy nu. or meney baci If you'li du that, vcu will rot enperience the discomfiture of hemg sent back hr.rn? for Isck of re'd hlood when you answer the call of the rotors. ! COM sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stoiiach, liver, kidney's, I'owels, bladder. Mood nnd indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'i: is best for Ill'MAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 liars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, ' burns, etc. 'Sc and Wc bottles, ll.egnll C'EL-SAI- Mr. and Mrs. Logan Wood, Mr. and Mrs. John Lynn of Danville, and Mrs. Mrs. Lily Crutcher and Mrs. Pierce J. M. Mount, of Atlanta Ga., were the Allen visited thiir mother, Mrs. Eliza guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lynn, ' Conn Inst Sunday. Sunday. , Mr. nmf Mrs. Caleb Todd of llerea Prof. J. W. Ireland of Hellevue was isited lier imreiits, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. here tin- - first of the week with his' Allen las; Sunday man friends. Mr. Ireland has a host Mr. and Mrs. Ilud Starnes nnd Mr. of friends here who nre always glad to and Mrs. S. M. Davis visited Mr. Jeir sec him. Davis and family last Suidnv. Misses Elizabeth Hunn. Lettie Wal-- j Mrs. James Brewer and daughter, I ker McKinney nnd Sara Hunn havi re- - J I.iddle. of Oklahoma is visiting her turned home, from Frankfort, where daughter. Mrs. I). M. Carter this week. they have been the guests of Mrs. II., . Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bryant visited C. LeCor.-.pteMr. and Mrs. Walker Bryant Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ponder nnd chilBUEXA VISTA dren ol Brindle Kidge visited her parMrs. Clarence Lane is visiting rels ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jennings last Wednesday. j ! SALS:, LU AND oALt BARBACUE. Farm of 114 Ky. The J. M. Cress Acres, Saturday. ' lives here. The Buena Vista School will begin STANFORD of were here Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Bruce is sojourning ut Elixir Springs for n week or so. Miss Clara Cooper is the guest of Miss Ednn Camnitz nt Danville. Miss Rebecca Lackey of Harrodsburg is the guest of Miss Mary Bailey. Miss Lucile Vandeveerof Hichmond, is the guest of Miss Margery Lynn. Mrs. Hardin of Monticello has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hart Hoarders. Miss Mary Mocker of Kansas City, 'I), is the guest of her father, Mr. J. S. 1 locker. Master Daniel Ititfe of Hustonville, is the guest of his grandmother. Mrs. September 3d. Mr. L. H. P.uble and family were in at Preachersville, STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. - Dakoto 3720-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Kroadway. 1.01'ISVILLE. KY pi I Y ic 3C Harrodsburg Tuesday. Mr. J. I'. Abner wns nt heme last week for a short visit. Mrs. Harvey Dean is visiting Mr. Jess Duncan nnd family. Mrs. Stephen House and little son have been visiting relatives in Stanford. Mr. Alfred Suope and family visited Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher, Sun day, On the Crab Orchard and Lancaster Pike, situated at a progressive trading center, within a few feet of the Public School building, and one of the best improved farms in the county, to be sold in lots of ten acres and up, also a few suitable building lots on the pike. Goes to the highest nt 10:30 sharp on bid-tie- rs I HI' This Summer Where? ASHEV1LLE CALLS YOU up In the mounCalls jou to an Ideal vacatlon-jhi- jli tains of Western North Carolina. Days full of Interest, activity nnd spott night of refreshing comfort and soliJ tlcep. Renew our health In the dear, cool mountain air. Go camping In the woods climb the peak -- play golf, tcnnli - enjoy driving and mbtoting. Dii, fine hotel or quiet. Inexpensive placet, whichever ou prefer. Let Little Mils Mart Stoner Combs, of Ludlow, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J, Saturday, Good Land July 28th f" I i -l I I I 1 SB - Elf cnorrr.uu fumuh us iinotc ou the Kwt.t roun.1 trip f.r time l.Mci.litetitutv iiJ atllr.vcl Intofm.ikm. Ctl un ncaic.t tnt or MTitt It. Aimer. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lane have return ed to their home in Washington D. C, after u pleasant visit with his mother and other relatives here. Quarterly meeting was held ut Mt Olivet Saturday anil Sunday, Rev. C Jessie Stagg, Miss Gertrude Wilkinson has been II. Greer of Danville, preaching four visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. B. Dillon at very interesting sermons. Crnh Orchard. Miss Elizabeth McElroy of Lebanon, SAFETY-SERVICis the attractive guest of Miss Mar- RAIN OR SHINE Well Situated on two Pikes II, C KINO, Division Tajsciiscr Agent Phoenix Hotel nidrf 118 East Main St. Lexington, Ky, garet Shanks. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Phillips spent Sunday in Lancaster with her mother, Mrs. EmuiK Daniels. Mrs. Bettic Bush nnd Miss Sue Tuy-lo- r Kugleman are the guests of Mrs. Sanford Allen ut Millersburg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Williams of Njch- olasville, Inve tieen Ma- - guests of her mother, Mr. Susan B.Teagcr, Winfrod Duncan left Sunday afternoon for St Louis, Mo., where ho has accepted n very lucrative position. The Lincoln County Sunday School is being held nt Crab Orchard today ami nn interesting program will bo rendered. Misses Lid Mno and Nellie liay of Garrard county, nnd Miss Jennie Lawrence have been guests of Miss Maud Arnold. Mrs. Hugh Iteid and Mr. Welch Roch ester nre visiting Mrs. Frank Leo at Middlesboro and Mrs. Virgil Lee at SATISFACTION The big 3 combination when and abundantly watered. Just the chance to buy exactly what you need, and to HAVE A BUILDING SITE.0N THE PIKE. Music by excellent band. Free Dinner; Barrel of Flour and Valuable Souvenirs Free. The terms will be easy, several years time being given on ilefrNcd payments. Attend the Sale and tell your friends about it. It is a GOOD OPPORTUNITY. Don't miss it. It is going to sell nt some price. For additional information see. phone, or write Franklin Smith, at the Springs Hotel. Crab Orchard. Ky. rt T7 , s, Insured 5-1- in The D. A. Agency Thomas. Also 0 The United Realty Co. O. T. .Wallace, General WILMINGTON, - 20JYear Farm Loans. & Manager. NORTH CAROLINA. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cupftai $50,000. A. It DENNY. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. O. DENNY. Cashier. r, J. L.. GlU., President J. It. 1, E. STOItMES. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lauds for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful test extent of t- - law. Hunters and. POSTED J W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Oflice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. I'Jtxv, Ass't Cashier. Harlan. Mr. and Mrs, II. C. LeCompte . tSafety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. little daughters of Frankfort have been K. L. Arnold. guests of Mrs, A. I'. Huiin and other C. M. Moberly. S. C. Rtgsby. Mrs. Emmett McCormack of Huston ville, Is the guest of her daughters. Mrs. James Wcods and Mrs. Logan McCormack. Fishermen especially take notice. P..L. Elkin Ed&NHPrice II. U. Arnold. J. C. Kieby. and Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. T. It. Slavin. It. L. Barker. B. M. Lear. Sirus Daily. BUSINESS. 0. Cochran, S. C. Denny, Storms. J. Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. Ea I.. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director. Julia Parks A L. Glbbi. cash. We will add other names for 25 cents Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, July 26, 1917. TOWN 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 AT PUBLIC SALE. rmr ) at 3 o'clock P. M. 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 24 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 two 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. Saturday, July 28th, 1917 THIS PLACE WAS FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE WALDEN PLACE. Prop arty.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 two or more tracts and then as a whole and will accept bid or bids that hring the most money Phone I will be glad to sohw this property to any person before day cf sale. Terms made known on day or sale. Then will be no No 1 Possession given December 1st. 1917. COL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. I will sell some P. S. At the same time and place things. W.B. M. furniture belonging to my mother. Mrs. W. B. MASON E. J, Mason, deceased, consisting of one parlor set. one Rosewood square piano, one walnut wardrobe und other TAKEING ATHARTICS EVERY DAY FOR WDRKS DON'T TROUBLD CURE STOMACH They do not eliminate the poisonous Bile Accretions fiom the System, so declares a leading Chicago Stomach Specialist. Often Gall Stones. Cancer and Ulcers of tho Stomach and Intestines, Auto Intoxicasiou. Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and other dangerous Mayr's ailments are the consequences. Wonderful Remedy is the ideal prescription for Stomach. Liver and Intestinal ailments. It has restored million:. One dose will prove that it will help you. Mayr's Wonderful Hemedy is for sale by H. E McHoberts. MAKKSBUKY Mr. Cunningham of 'Iturnt Tavern has rented the farm of Mr. J. IS, Kern' per. Mr. Mahun of .leliico Tenn, is pected soon to visit his son, Rev. J Mahan. I Mr. Cunningham mid family went to Salvisu SaturJay to visit friends at her old home, Mrs. Price liourne was hostess at an' elegant dining one day last week m honor ot Miss Annie Cecil of Danville. Bollard and Miss Stella Clark huve returned after e ;eral days visit to their kister, Miss .NYU Clatk of IIende,bonville N. C. Mr. und Mr. Kemper will go to the southern part of Georgia to make their heme with their daughter. Sirs. Win. Anderson uhout 1st of October. Next Monday morning at 8:30 is tho The time set to clean the cemetery. members should be Interested crough who to come, and alL have friends buried there are especially invited to come and help. Mrs. Mattie Dorrell of Wallaceton, MAWSE. Mr. John Land. Misses Jennie Hie is visiting her sister, Mrs Eliza Hals ton. gins and Iva and Lenna Hollon were Mrs. S. C Bolton spent Friday with Mr. L. H. Davis of Livfngston spent .near Cartersville on business Wednesher sister Mrs. H. P. Conn. a few days with his parents the past day. Mr. Hiram Hay had the misfortune week. Mrs. John Roberts was the guest ot losing his ice house on last Thurs-da- y Mrs. Geo. Lee Adams Tuesday. Mr. Andrew Ross spent Saturday of afternoon by fire caused by lightand Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Frank Mrs. John Hester was the guest of ning. Hurte. Mrs. Win. Marshbanks Tuesday. Ed Dailey .and daugh-ter- s Mr. and Mrs. air. anu .Mrs. J. II. Davis and son, Mr. und Mrs. Jess Dazier are 'he spent the week end with her par visited her mother, Mrs. Jim Lee, last proud parents of a new baby girl. ents, Mr. ucd Mrs. Walton near Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conn are rejoic Miss .Myrtle Coldiron and Mrs. Floyd Revs. Mrs. Burke. Brandenburg and ing over the urrival of a new baby girl. Coldiron were visitors Monday of Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Guvn have erected their Mrs. Coins of Lexington has been S. I'. Davis und daughter. tent at Buckeye and ore conducting a the guest of her daughter Mrs. Jest Misses Ethel Mae Davi3 and Lou series of meetings there. Dozier. Kuhlman were guests ot Mrs. John Mrs. Robert Long, Mistes Sallie and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Centers spent Tudor of Manse, Friday night. Atrice Noel and Mr. Willie Long were Sunday eve with Mr. und Mrs. Walter, Mis Mrs. J'hoda Wylie und 'children of in Nicholasville on Wednesday. Centers, tiryantsl i'le, were the guests Sunday Atrice went to consult u physician. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Mays were' of her brother, Mr. Joe Iioain. been The following otlicers have the guests of Mr. und Mrs. Boss Hob- -' Mr. Carl iioain who has been work elected by the Missionary Suciety ot inson last Sunday. ing in Hamilton Ohio, for several Liberty Baptist Church for the year. President-Mr- s A. C Miles. Vice I'res-- . months past, returned home Sunday. ident-Mis- s Zulu Calico. Secretary and II II III IIIIIMill III I Mess T. R. Kuhlman. W. B. Sadler. Treasurer-Mrs- . Nora Teater, Program E. I!. Brandenburg and John Wheeler! Committee-Mrs- . Elbert Calico and Miss j welo Msitors in Lexington, Monday, Meetings will be held on Zula Calico. Mr. Billy King, who left here about' Thursday afternoon before the 2nd Mrs Walter two years ago, und enlisted in the Sunday in each month. Navy at Norfolk, Va., came Sunday Grow will lead the August meeting. for u visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd King. BRYANTSV1LLE Mr. Ella Dearie of Boyle, has belli the guest of Mrs. Virgil Scott. Mr. Lucus Foster has been ill. Mrs. L. L. Cunningham and children Freeman Davis has received) his have been visiting relutives ut Salvisa. Ford ipuring car Miss Elizabeth Ilryaut of the E. K. Mr. Win. Worthington has sold his S. N. Richmond, wus ut home for the' weel. end. farm to Mr. Dee Fothergill. Mrs. II. C, Rose und Muster James .Mr. Morris Calico was u guest of Ins daughter. Mrs, S. S. Sebastian, Sunday, j Leur, spent several days last weik Mr. Kobert Morris Calico of Wilmore with Mrs. Win. Lear. Mr. Robert Cobb returned to Cump is u guest of his aunt, Mr Ed Moberly. Messrs Curtis East of Cincinnati und Stanley Monday ufter being at home James East of Jessamine were here several days quite sick. Misses Mary Lee und Elizabeth Giv-en- s Saturday on business. ot Hubble, were, the guests of Mrs. Mrs. John McCulley and cliildien spent Sunday with Mr und Mrs Thomp- A, G. T. Smith last week. Mr. Edwin Wlle )is accepted u son Davis and daughters. Miss Thelma Simpson und Jessie II. position with Becker arid Ballard und Hay were with Miss lleulah May at begun his duties Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker, Mr. und Mrs. Hunter Davis' Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Forest Calico und in- Mrs. Clay Parka spent Sunday in Danteresting little daughters were guests ville the guests of friends. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess and Master ot Mr. und Mrs. Ambrose Calico. Miss Eunice Stotts und Mr.' Itobert John T. Burgess left Thursday for an Morris Calico were guests of Misses extended stay with relatives in Ind. Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Noe have Beulah and Ada Sebastian Sunday. Gilbert, a little son of Mr. Floyd returned to their home In Ohio after an Humphrey was slightly injured when extended visit to their sons, Messrs thrown from a horse one day last'vveek. John and Taylor Noe. Draw A Check for the money youove and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re gard you.' They like to do businwss with n man who has an Garrard i account at Baik & the Trust Co. They know he is doing business in h business like way. Better open such an account even if your airairs nrc not large, Thei will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ! JJil'i .- "J! ,- ." Komrorc r r uu m A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowds where you can stretch out :ind take things easy. tijl rr fieic swaus V iou A GTJNNS CHAPEL. There are many of these quiet shady haunts to be found at New England tllmV lWU hV N Thousand Islands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Retorts 1H If LV. ,Y; CoaJ turning unlit (Utobcr J.f. Each location has distinct natural ottractlona for recreation in addition to the popular open air pastimes. We shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. Consult ysir local tid-r-t ar.n.l, c r address II. C. KING, Pifiilos 1'itifittr At't't, US E. Mih Slrttt, Lc'cjtu, K7. LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY f . 4 LOWELL N. Hicks continues ill. Several from hero attended court in Lancaster, Monday, Mrs. Tom Rogers and twins, were Mrs, week-end J. visitors of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Itobeit Klliott were week end guests of Mrs. Joe Iioain. Mrs. George Cox of 'Lancaster, was visitor of Miss Virgie Lee, Sunday. The Central Record, hursday. Juiy 26, 1917. Why Do Rifle Barrett Bunt? Although shotguns mi' I r I lies arc tested with loads which give-- pressures fnr nlmvp thoe produced liy ordinary ammunition, Swollen nr burt gun barrel nn not uncommon. The enme Ik cither nttrlliutoil to dcfecihe nmniu-nltlo- n or tn nn obstruction In the bore, such ns now or dirt. The procure of the ciici's thMiwIvci nrc not to Mnmc, fur Investigation In proved Hint the Hwclllng or rupture Is c;iui(l hy the completion of the nlr between the hnllet gnd tliff nlntruc-tlon- . I'opuhir Science M mt lily. WHEELER'S DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE -- ATTENTION iilir KROEHLER' 3 WHO IS HOOVER? In considering the recommendations of Herbert 0. Hoover for food control mid the facta with which he backs up hi? argument?, it Is well to ask, "Wl.o Is this inwi Hoover?" Herbert C. Hoover was a mining engineer enjoying an annual incoire of $15(f,UHI when the war broke out. He undertook the work of llelgian relief and in that magnificent achievement, one of the most human In history, he recti vid no pav fjr his services, nor did his assistants. Mr. Hoover even paid the rent of the house occupied in Ilrussels by the In Washington Mr. Hoover again is working without pay, and so are his assistants. I'erhaps his willingness to put It's great administrative ability at the disposal of his country and not receive the mercenary emoluments thereof, has caused Mr. Hoover tn be misunderstood in certain quarters. FARMERS For the next AND rug FURNITURE AND RUGS STORE thirty days, we are making special prices on Hi It will pay you to visit our new store In the new Gilcher Hotel Building, and convince yourself that we are showing the largest line of of any store in Central Kentucky. We make a specialty of furnishing complete outfits to the newly weds. All goods are delivered free of charge within a radius of fifty miles of our store. If it is not convenient for you to pay all cash down, you can easily arrange to pay the balance at some future time. We carry a large line of ROOFING, BOXING, NAILS, ETC. FRAMING, ft Buy now as prices this fall are sure to be I higher. Cook Stoves, Ranges & Refrigerators Co. All our goods are bonght in car load lots at a savins from. 15 to 20 per cent to our customers. Prices and satisfaction guaranteed. A. H. carry i Bastin & Son Johns Manville Famous fioonng. As- - PATRIOTIC PARENTS. A. P. Wheeler. Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. ----- Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. We H. W. 'flare are few parents in the country who have contributed their quota of Desios soldiers tn the armv more liberally, or who have 11 right to be prouder of the advancements made by their sons than Hon 0. H. Waddle and wife. Mr. ! ... e Knows Its Terrors. ttf.i.it tlias six hums, mmi oui 01 mm vauuiu The minister who recently dolly- number three are doing service In the n sermon on "The Terrible Quar-A. U. strucKle for peace on earth. tct" has nothing on us. We used to Waddle, has received his commission to belong to one. Topeltn Capital. n.,,l ...ill r,l.,- - (1... nrm.. nU ' Ourselves. d Wo ore so convinced that wo nre ecptlons to every rule that we cannot believe ourselves to ho the objects of adverse criticism. Exchange. The Central Record, Thursday, July 26 ! 9 7. 1 The Central Record incorporated, $1.00 a year, ssued Weekly. Mgr. J. E. ROBINSON. Enron. ' R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Cntfrcdnt the I'ott Member ORIcc it Second Cli and In Uqcuittr, Kj., MiU.Msttcr. Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., July 26, 1917 Rates For Political Announcenients For rrecinct and Citv Ulliies ...$ 6.00 10.00 County Ofllces State and District Offices.... 15.00 Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line "or For For For For sit We are auljionzed to announce : i: ... , the i V. action of the August 1917. Democratic Primary County School Superintendent. .MISS JENNIE H1GGINS. County Court Clerk. JEPTHA ONSTOTT. J. W. A. DOTY. BRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. a. KAY. Magistrate District No. 1. J. H. CLAKK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN 1SON. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HARLAN. J. U. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. JACK ADAMS We are authorized to announce John S. Ham, a candidatefor the nomination for Magistrate for district No. 3, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held August 4th 1917. Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guar anteed to please you or money back. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. BALLOTS BEING - PRINTED. This oflicc is printing this week the ballots to be used in the coming primary on August 4th. The Republicans can vote in only four of the precincts of the county, namely. Buckeye, Walkers school house. Paint Lick and Union and then only for the magistrates' running In those precincts. No Republican ballots will bo printed for the other precincts as the nominee's have no opposition in these. a Card with the ' bark on it. (Interior Journal) The card of Mr. J. Hogan Ballard, the popular young candidate for the Legislature in Garrard, is one of the best responses to the unsought ellorts of Dr. Alexander und his side partner, Rodmon Kcenon, that has been published. Ho doe not think, and says so in no uncertain wuy, that the people need themo say who shall represent them in tiie legislature and in other capacities and when they do they can save money, by having u legislative'; Utcxy. Air. Ballard's answer to Mr. Keenon' when offered him the' regulation thirty pieces of silver to help him betray the Democratic party, wfi'J rank aimosi wan me savior s answer to thci devil: Get thee behind me, Sata.n, Of Mr. Ballard's Democracy ami temper- ance proclivities there can bo no doubt and that he is ablo to defend his position as a supporter of the Democratic administration his card is ample proof. If Dr. Alexander and his henchmen do not take the rather strong hint to go t away back and sit down they had bet ter, as the true Democrats arc on to their game and aro resenting their ur. tought services. AFTER THE CALL created of There are many things that I wanted the law ar.d without any right by the HAS BEEN POSTED former fiscal court, when the County to do and would have done had Judge Judge elected in November, takes the Ford not left the County so burdened July 23. RegisWASHINGTON. with debt on the account of which wc oath of ollice on the first Monday in under the selective draft law are January will find your County without were prevented from doing for the lack trants " not eligible for voluntary enlistment in any debt against it. I have heretofore of funds. If my official and private conduct the regular army or the National Guard Fori), assumed the stated that Judge TO years' administration after their names have been osted by office of County Judge, according to during my four . shall ap- local exemption boards as summoned meets Vith your approval his public statement, on the first Mon preciate your endorsement and ask you for examination. day in January, 1910. with five thous Brigndier General Crowder, Provost and dollars in the treasury after the to spport me on August 4th. promulgated this Marshal! General, Respectfully, satisfaction of all debts excepting the C. A. Arnold. ruling tu make definite the status of bonded indebtedness. He retired leavmen on the registration lits who now ing the bonded indebtedness of the may desire to join the regulars or the County that was due and adebtagainsX PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS National Guard. The ruling is supplethe general fund of more than twenty mentary to instructions sent to .recruitthousand dollars. My administration Postmaster E. P. Brown has received ing officers by Adjutant General McCain has done, as well as could have been recently the plans and specifications as follows: done, I think, considering the fact that for the new pest office building and they "After a registers! person litis been the road fund for my past year was en- are very minute in every detail, even called for military service by his local tirely consumed, in order to 'liquidate to the size and quality of screws that board and directed to appear'for physithis illegal debt left by Judge Ford's are to go in the door hinges. The bids eal examinations, he ceases to be elig administration which we were com- will be received up to August 15th., ible for voluntary enlistment." pelled to assume. He has made crit when they will be opened and the con The ruling of General Crowder wast icisms privately, as we are informed, tract let. Indications are that dirt will necessary in order to establish definitely upon our showing on road construction. be broken for this handsome building the time when a registered man was ta j T3 We submit to the voters whether it Is by the early fall. & be considered as falling within this pro- - ?i fair thaihhe shou'd take the road funds hibitlon. General Crowder held that due the lirst year of my administration Has Germany's forty years of prep "a posting of the name of a registrant by I and spend the same whether lawfully aration to dominate the world with her uoaru at us neauquartcrs con- or unlawfully and make it impossible unspeakable "Kultur" succeeded, in uie local stituted notification to the registrant j yy for my administration to have funds to aught save engulfiiiig the world in i examination, and that he was called-fo- r build roads and now be permitted to bloody Armageddon? Did not the Can a thus set the period when he would be ' jjj profit by his wrong. The revenue de dian troops, with six monthea' training no longer eligible forvoluntury'service. 5J rived from taxation In Garrard County and the Dublin Fusilleers, who were In I'rior to that time, even though his each year amounts to between thirty-si- x camp but a few weeks, beat back the name may be among those who will be an'2 thirty-eigyou pounds of Flour, 33 thousand dollars. picked Russian Guards, along the called In the first quota in any district. 2 and dive The collection of this fund by the sher bloody banks of the Yser in April, 1915? .. .. . . ........ ....... ...1 rnm IIIV UJI 1,1,11 .,11b IIIM, I...- UVk. I'V.il IV, .1... iff comes in the way of taxes and as Was it not the young men of France Patent, 7 straight and 19 pounds of Bran. . regular service as a volunteer. every knows is not paid un who hail recently left tchool, ntld farm til the latter part of the' year, while and forge, inspired by the watchwords: Storage'FreeJto Customers. some few people pay taxes as early as "They shall not pas," who stopped APPEAL BOARDS July a large majority do 'not the rushing Huns of the Crown Prince June or pay until November or December. along the Meuse, and made the hills FOR ENTIRE STATE The expenses of operating the County and forts around Verdun immortal? fx . government begins on the first Monday Does any Intelligent man doubt that 4 HAVE BEEN NAMED V 1 in January, long before there are any Pershing's troops, taken man for man taxes collected to meet these obliga- are the equal, yes the superior, of any tions. Officers salaries, road constiuc-tion- , German Uhlan or Prussian Guard, who Divided Into Three District" In charity fund and other incidentals ever chargid on the Somme, or was Kentucky Matter of Exemption must bejiaid and the fiscal court has put to rout on Nimy Ridge by citizen duemed it the wisest policy to antici- soldiers of Britain, under Sir John July 23. -- The pate the collection of the taxes and Haig? WASHINGTON. of the three Kentucky Apborrow sufficient money to meet the peal Exemption Hoards hue been general expenses of the County and by the War Department. They pay these debts out of the tax fund of ELECTION OFFICERS NAMES. are as follows: this yar when collected. On January The board of Election Commissioner, 2, 1917, Garrard County was out of Eastern District-- !:. S. Ilelhurn, Watt M. 1'ritchard. Ashland; debt except the bonded inbebtedness. composed of G. T. Ballard Jr, James The ot.ly debt now against tho County Clark and It. II, Urtson met yesterday J. II. Allington. Covington; Dr. C. A. except the bonded indebtedneis is that morning und selected the election offic- Maggurd, Wayland. Western District, (Eastern division)-Dwhich was necessary to pay general ers who arc to servo in tlu primary expenses for this year up to this time. Aug. Ith, from the names submitted C Z. Aud. Cecilia; Col Andrew by the various candidates. They are Cowan, Louisville; J. 1', Avcritt, which amounts to about twenty thous 1'etcr Cambcll, Louisville, and We huve taxes due now es follows: and dollars. Court House No. 1. Stanley Spindel, Louisville. amounting to between thirty and thir W. 11. Moss and Cleve Bourne, Judges, Western District, (WeBtcrn division) thousand dollars to satisfy this i L. I,. Walker, Shcrili, J. M. Farra, clerk ti ur. juiin it iiiuLKuuru, iiuwiiugi debt and meet the expenses until ii. in i.i East Pari: No. 2. Green; S. L. Dodd. Hickman; D. C. i 1918. You can, therefore, see that the tax fund of this year will sat; Jim Criscillii, W, II. Brown, Judges, Stimson, Oweushoro; W. I). Duncun, l isfy this debt und puy tho expenses of Holrnan Brown, Sheriff, Henley Kastin, Central City, and W. II. Yost, Madi- I sonville. the County government up to January clerk. West Purit No. a. These district boards, in addition to 1, 1918. But the year previous to my election hi. County Judge the expenses Jess Sanders, Bob Clurk, Judges, Crou- - deciding all uppeuls from the decisions of the County government were so ley Droaddus, sheriff, W. D. Wolker, of the local exemption boards witli respect to exemptions on physical grou ids recklessly incurred by Judge l'ord and clcclc. West Dryuntsvillo No. i. or because of dependents of men select-- , his court that the tax fund for "1913 fulled by more than twenty thousand Tuylor Noe, Victor Ruble, Judges, G. ed, will be the only boards authorized industrial dollars to meet these general expenses A. Bowling, Sheriff, It. M. Moss Clerk. to pass upon exeinptions-fo- r East Bryuutsvllle No. C. or agricultural reason. and my administration had to take These district boards will have no, practically all of the roud fund of my Virgil Scott, Bob Barker, Judges, Lew- -' leforo you decide ou any wseod, cxamluo tho Columbus. Strongly first year to satisfy the debt created in s Murphy, fehenlf, C. M. Dean, clerk. function until the local boards in their built of tho bcst.possiblo material tho Columbus wagon gives tho most Buckeye No. G. territory hove begun to certify to them excess of the tax revenue tho last year satisfactory scrvico for tho longest period of years. Thcro is no secret iu of Judge Ford' administration. Is It U. G, Itfliu, J, M. Anion, Judges, C. the men found fitted for militurv duty' the notedly long life of tho Columbus wagon. It Is tho result of the fair to tie u man's feet and criticise J. Ray, Sheriff, Clyde Sanders, clerk.. physically and not burdened with de-- 1 methods employed in construction. Thcro is no wood in this wagon Walkers School House No. 7. him because ho cannot wa'lk? pendents. Tho higher boards are courts Shall under shelter from one to two years. Which has not been n, J. .II. Posey, Forest Stapp, Judges, of appeal, either for the individual or tho critic who furnished and tlml . Tho axles and tho spokes of tho wheels aro hickory; iho hounds, II. fln.ll.i.ra u((. In Jl llta ll)illil,o Sheriff, Joe Wheeler, elk. to! A' H.V UU jV, V.lllMWI wjjra.u. bolsters and sandboards aro oak, and tho bottom of tho boils straight ope be furnished k chariot in Which local boards. grained flawless piuc. Theso ore just few examples of tho care which Is ride? There has been an effort to con- .. at the ., II. LFUiuru. E.. Ll. UUU9. d UUKUH. lb. The whole question of industrial extaken to make this wagon as reliable as possible, Tho result is that tho fuse end deceive the voters upon thl Boain, Sheriff, Boyd Wyna. Clerk. emption, however, has been turned over Columbus wagon Is unbcatablo in reliability and endurance, Como in issue by referring to Garrard County's C. Union No. 9. district boards, which directly to these and examine it for yourself. Wo know you will bo pleased. present bonded indebtedness and tq Edwards, Judges have orignal jurisdiction In all cases ol McQuerry, Jack speak In general terms o( Garrard J, M. Sheriff, E. E. Estridge, elk. this kind. They will bo sole judges of County's debt being larger or smaller Ebb Scott, any registered man's field of greatest than it once was. The bonded indebtCrimson or Rcd.Clover, Timothy seed service to the nation, whether In tho edness In 1914 was nineteen thousand armv or In the munition factory, bust dollars. Of that debt we have paid all Kentucky Blue Grass, Buckwheat. Cow house or other civilian occupation the sum of Peas, for sale by "Hudson, Hughes Si I that has fallen due, Bryantsvllle, Ky. Phone 27. in which heJs engaged. four thousand dollars, and nil Interest. Fatnau. On two occasions during the term of cilice of Judge Ford his court submitted to the vote of the peop4owlythcr bonds should be issued to repair tho Court CRATIC VOTERS OF House. Whether for lack of confidence In Judge or his court, or otherwise, GARRARD COUNTY we the not know, the voters refmed to do bonds. In Before you have selected on August authorize the Jssual of these 1914 my fiscal curt submitted to a 1th, your nominee for County Judge I ot the people whetherthere jhould would like for you to further consider vote Issued fifteen thousand ''dollars of the merits of the two candidates for be House, and not been mv bonds to repair the Court this nomination. It-hpurpose, and 1 have tried to avoid by n decisive majority it was ordered raising such issues that would cause a that these bonds should be issued. The will of the people was carried out and dissension In cur party ranks or endanger the election of our nominee in the work which they desired has been Well done. The interest on these bonds November, but there are some facts I had no been paid when due. that voters should know before they has all more to do with the voting of these act in this primary. A good deal has nny other citizen or voter been said about roads, past and future, bonds than 1 am not responsible by my opponent or his friends. Both of the County; candidates for this nomination have for the bonded indtbtedness of. the records, my opponent having served County, nor is my administration. for twelve years. I have not promisr d We only carried out the will of Un to build turnpikes upon every County people In issuing these bonds and per' which they were road in the County, because I know it forming the work for issued. The voters, therefore, will not is impossible under piescnt conditions, I. .1 . ! I I... I.. u v" .1... u'v and if the administration, oyer which i ue ultlv I have had the honor to preside B5Part of my opponent in referring to the uonueu inueuicuness ui me 10 .ln.lr. .hn.,1,1 l..v. ih fminiv urv inhe condition that I found it cover up the mistake, failure and wrong illegal when JudgKFord retired 1 could be of his admifflstratlon and lis deeply safe in saying that the County Judge acts in plunging the County-s- o who succeeds me, whoever he may be and recklessly in debt. They will rewould not build a single mite cf new member that the County, by the vote thirty-thre- e pike for the next four years. But I of the people ordered thousand dollars of bonds in 1S99 to am. pleased to say to the people of Garrard County that while I Jfound n de- purchase the turnpikes and remove the ficiency In the treasury or a debt toll gates, and in 1915, fifteen thousand amounting to more than twenty thous- dollars of bond to remodel the Court House. and dollars in open violation TO THE DEMO- LOW RATES TO LEXINGTON FAIR. Special low rates have been gra.ited on account of the Blue Grass Fair, which will bo held in Lexington August 0-- 1 1. A great sacred concert bv one' of the most famous hands in America will be given on the previous evening and the Railroad rate from Lancaster to Lexington is effective the Saturday before, August 4th. Tickets sold to Lexington for that occasion are good returning Tuesday August 14th. The rate from Lancaster to Lexington and return is ?t.S0. The Blue l.rass Fair has and increased Its premiums this year for horses, mule, sheep, swim- - and is lie ring iirirlv BLUE BRASS FAIR LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY. 'August 6th to Uth Very low rnilroml rotes, good nny tiny from August Ith to Iltli. The round trip rate from Lnncnsler to Lexington Is $1.80. Great Race Meeting Every Day. finest Vegetable Exhibit in' the Sonth I., """ '"T piemiums for the best display of vegetables. Arrangements have been perfected by the manufacturer of an air ship, which seems to be drMined tj win the war with Germany to make the Initial n.., hi, .1.;., ...i.t.,1. ,i hi.. i., ma. ..i. piii,i ..null liltare constructing at the Blue Grass Fair. Eighteen shows nre embraced In the tarnival and from the time the' gates open at 10 in the morning until the close at 11 in the evening, amuse-- . ment and entertainment is promised. Indications arc that, the attendance from Gariard County will he unusually large this year. HOOO.dO In vj Rutherford's Greater Shows. Thavin's Band and Grand Opera Go. Imperial Kussian Ballet For catalogs ntnl entry lilnnks.nlfo season tickets, ?2. good for any day and transferable, apply to i DENNY B. GOODE, Secly CANT VOLUNTEER HO VOLT -- LAMPS You will need them with the new current. 40 225 WATT. 1 McRoberts Drug Store -' NOTICE TO FARMERS Will Grind s: - Your Wheat For 35 Cents a Bushel back40 - ( U- -- tax-pay- ,7 Leslie T. Bradshaw. r. Don't Bny a Wagon Until You ' Have Seen the Columbus air-dri- r 1 -.. i Becker & Ballard. tj The Central Record, Thursday, July 26. 191 7. Mrs, W. T. West while shopping In For SaIo-Itcu- r.il mahogany dining Danville. Int Thursday, stepped Into A' Brltf Mention ol the Comings and the store of the Wlnslow Jcwelery Co. table. I'hone 3I2-I- I. Mrs. (!eo. IJobinson. Going! l.yThou Wi Arc Intcrti'tcd In. and becoming interested in n watch, Culti-packerthe face of which could he seen In the Iap Mr. W. T. Wet-nMrs. Itobt. Em- dark, was told to go into a dark hallabout 1 month old Vyill sell worth he ory been in J. I. disc Tlirnslicrs mul Plow Tractors. (I II. P. Associated Gas Engine Mrs. Joanna Hall Is In Stanford with part havethe week Danville the greater way "to make closer inspection, she money. Carlton Klkln. of with Mrs. West who opened the wrong door ur.d fell down n nml 3 II. P. Air Cooled Ca's Engine, will sell cheap, nlso Birriscll Wngoii. her daughter, Mrs. Hohon Campbell. lias been in the Danville hospital, hut stairway the distance of eight feet. Rosewood Chlckering square piano Mrs. Carlton Klkln nml little daiigh-to- r, retnrncd home las night . She was unconscious some time and ' for sale. Mrs. Mollie Kaulconcr, Emily Ann, are visiting atj.ihertyi at the Simpson House. Mrs I'. C. Gaines and son, Claude sustained very paingul injuries, her 2 Itt il. Mrs. S. II. Hurke of 'lllrmlngham Is The Square Heal House. Rice ar.d .Mrs James Knyston, returned collar hone was broken, her har.H tlu- - guest of Mist An nlf I telle Ilurnside last Tuesday from Chicago, where they Trained, n deep cut on her face nt?dj WANTED: Young horses tn break bruises. It was at llrst ; to ride nnd drive, also bulky horses. Mm Joe Fiancis and Miss Allic Ar- have been for the past ten dajs the thought she had received internal In Rufus Moss. nold were visitor in Stanford, Tuesday guest of Mr Claude Itoyston. juries but we Lri' glad to state such Is I'hone JU.R HryantsvIIIe. Ky. Mr and Mrs Ira Holtzclnw left WedWhile her friends dc. Mrs. I.. C. Wallace, (nee Miss Carrie not the case. nesday for n slay at Hot Springs, Ark. Nay) nnd daughter, Margaret, of Kel- plore the painful accident, they feel WANTED:-T- o exchange I'iaao on MissS. II, Iluike of Hirmlrgliam, so Washington, ere visiting Mrs. J, T. thankful it was no worse as her escape She l'layer 1'ifnu. for good rond horse. Ala., is the guest of Miss Anna Helle Itaney, Ms. (!eo. Italian! ami other from death bcemed miraculous. Luther D. Ford, friends and relatives In Lancaster nnd was taken nt once to the Danville Ilurnstde. pil.) vicinity. hospital nnd her husband and daughter Lancaster. Ky. Miss Mattlngly of Lehnnon is here notified, nnd remalnedwlth her until l'HONES ( OlHeo 0. 370, KejiJiT.cc the guest of her sister. Mm K I ' Mr. nnd .Mrs. (iuv Fish of Los An Wednesday afternoon, when snc was STRAYED: - From my horc July Igelcs California. Mrs. M. E. Fl'h (If moved home. Itrowing. 17th, blpck sow, with hair off both shies -KENTUCKY. I LANCASTER, Return nnd get reward. Mrs. '.V. R. Colt, and children, of Crab Orchard and Mrs. J. C. Kinvhart. Catherine Ely. I'alnt Lick, Ky, Richmond, are visiting her sister, Mrs. and sons, of Louisville, have been 1 i guests of MrT?md Mrs. Itoht. Ilurnside - JAMES B. CARPENTER. L N. Miller. LOST: Hetwct-- Hiattsville nnd Lan-cestand family. "James Ilutler Carpenter was born in Miss Sue Shulby Mn'on has returned or on the streets of Lancaster, a Green County Illinois, July 2Slh, lfti'J Miss Margaret Cook returned from from a delightful trip of three weeks and died at Wichita Kansas, Saturday small gold ladies wrist watch, with Louisville last Saturday after n pleas in tile East. evaning July ltth,1917, at the age of bracelet. Reward to Cinder if left at ant visit with friends in that city. She 47 years, 11 this office. g MIks Lucy Dotv of Lexington is months and II days. was accompanied home py Misses Heltn He moveyVfrom Illinois to Kansas her father Mr. Jesse Dotv on Elizabeth and Chastine Sprague, who "FARM FOR SALE" with his father's family in October Maple avenue. will remain for several weeks. 1S70. locating on a farm near EIDorado (KM Acres, will sell (50) acres Miss Katherine Hnydon of liirchville, Dr. and Mrs. M. S. HathVId motored Kansas. On this farm, wlifrre all the in one track, or(llG2.10) with improve Indiana is the guest of Miss Anna to Kevito, Friday, and were guests of hardships of a newly settled country ments, Katherine Arnold. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walters. were experienced, Jim spent his boyN. H. BOGIE Miss l'olly Reynolds, one of Dicker-visitin- g Little Miss Elsie nnd Master Ernest, hood days. At the opening of the Lexington, Ky. erson's popular clerks, is who hail been visiting their grand- Cherokee Strip lie settled on a farm C relatives nt Wildte. miles west of Ceres, Oklahoma. parents, returned home with them. On Sunday, July 31st lS3S he was POLAND CHINAS -Mrs. J. V. Arnold ot Iiirmingham. The announcement of the marriage united in marriage to Miss Cora E. AND Ala., is the guest of her parents Mr. of Mis Florence Andridgc to Air. Hlair. seconll daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. HigType males. Weight about 125 and Mrs. J. G. Ilurnside. Charles llollo'.vay hns been received by Stephen Hlair of near Ceres Okla. To pounds, pure bred, at $20.00 if taken Mr and Mrs (Iuv Fish of Los' Angles, friend here. Miss Andridge was as- this union was born one child, Mildred in July 1917. 0. K. Simpson. California, were week-en- d guests of sociated with Mrs. Rclla Francis for Carpentcrwho with her mother survive. 7 19-R. 3. Lancaster. Ky. Mr and Mrs Joe Francis. several months and is well remembered At the opening of the townsite of Red Rock he engaged in the hardware Miss I.illie Dale Grant, of Norfolk, here. MONEY TO LOAN. business and later moved on the farm Va , is the guest of .Mrs Fihcr HerFriends and relatives have received adjoining the town on the west, where near I'reaehersvillc. ring, I have in my hands as Master Com anrouncements of the marriage of Miss h- resided until his death. missioner the sum of Three Thousand Miss Edith Moore has been spending Sue Ynmis to .Mr. Jack Hayden which The father and six brothers are left Six Hundred Dollars ($3600.) to loan. me v,eeK wan Miss .Margaret Herring occurtd in Ir.dianopolis July e'tli. They to mourn the deuth of-i- i loving brother Will loan in one sum or small sums. will make their home there after the at her beautiful country home. and son. John M. Carpenter the father wedding trip. The bride will be rewrite or phone me at once. spends part of each year in Florida and Mrs. Nackie McGrnth has returned membered here as the daughter of Mr. W. II. HROWN: Master Com Kentucky. The brothers are: A. Reid. missioner t from n short visit to Sharpsburg and und Mrs Sam Yantis. of the Garrard Circuit Court. of EIDorado, Kans., Samuel D., of other Central Kentucky towns. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs enlcrtnined the near Red Rock, Okla.. William D., of .Mr and Mrs Frank Phillips, of Stan Droken Arrow, Okla , Dick, of Rtd ford, spent Inst Sunday with the lat- house guests of Miss Mary Mae Walker at a pnrtv Monday night, the hour Rock, Okla., Ollie R., of Lancaster, ter mother, Mr Emma Daniels. and grounds were beautifully decor atid Kentucky, and Logan, of Red Rock, Mrs U. 1). Illanton ami pretty little for the occasion and delightful refresh- Okla. Four sisters and the mother daughter, of Eminence, are with her ments were served. Misses Ann Kath- preceded Jim to the Great Iieyond, his i KINNAIKD BROS., Managers. parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. Elmore. erine Arnold and Maiie Wood assisted mother having passed away Feb, 14 FOR SALE:f OR INVEST1!K2 at the age of 61 years and 12 days. Mrs. May Hughes Noland entertained the charmirg hostess in entertaining. She was a constant member of the at a family six o'clock dinner in honor News from London is to the effect Christian church MENTS, FOR HOMES. for 13 years. Jim of Mrs. Osie Iluirman of Louisville. that McKe.nzie llruwn. whose home is was u member of the Hnptist church 2U Mrs. Joe A. EUener and children of nt Mt. Vernon, Kv, and who has Pecn years and a faithful deacon for 15 years. 5 room rent cottages, lights, water. Charleston. Wcit Vn., is here visiting jn in the Ilritish Navy During the last few days he remained her parents, Mi. nnd Mrs. N. Miller. has been promoted by order of the with us, when the darkening shadows streets, new, $750 each. Rent $100. King. Lieut. Urown Ins been serving grew thicker und closer around us, each. Net return 12 per cent. Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn ar.d 31 Suburban dwelling. CZZ3I IE in the Ilritish navy ever since the war what u grand thing to ICZDC New, 3C know he could Florence Johnson, have returned from broke out nnd has received several pro-- , call for the dear Hook, the Hook of good location for home, $1000 for quick a visit to Lexington and Georgetown. sale. Rent $120. motions and special notice from the ,H joks, and have read aloud to him the Attractive HOMES Modern. Mrs. Sam Haselden and Mrs. Henley King. He had military experience in chapter from which 1 lake my text, at Ice Cream Nunnally's IJaslin spent last Wednesday and oilier European countries before the Jiis request. What a blessed assurance modern dwelling, close in 2 acres for Thursday in Nieholnsville with relatives presmt war began. Lancaster is the an 1 what an example for the relatives pasture or building lots. If sold within birth-plac- e of Lieut. Urown, his father and friends left behind when on leav-in- p GO days $4750. I'arlor. Candies. i Miss Mollie Worthington of Danville being the late James Harvey llruwn, the home t which he was never to D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY gave a pratical demonstration of can- his mother .Mrj. Geo Urown, post- enter in the llesh again to call those is ning at Haseldcns Hardware Store mistress I of Mt. Vernon und ulways near him to ids bedside and ask if it '7mm Tuesday. very popular lieie where she, came as a was God's will that he might be spared bride and lived u number of years. Mrs J. S. Johinon, nnd children,-anto his friends and family. He leaves sister, Miss I'eachie Mue Sanders, vis "Mr. J. W. Sweeney and daughter, this message to them, "The Lord is ited Mrs. J. W. Hournc in Danville, .Miss Martha Ward Sweeney; Mr. W. my Shepherd I shall not want". last week. He was a strict observer of th? Sab Anyone desiring a 0. Rigney and daughter, Mrs. Vod Miss Fannie Turley has returned to llurnsidcs, of Lancaster, motored from bath and never forgot before partaking her home near Winchester after a their hWio town to this place hut of a meal to usk the Lord's blessing week's visit at the home of .Miss Clara i cunesunv. .nr. Sweeney s mother ' and to thank Him for the light of in Jessamine or Fayette counFrancis i'nlmeter. was .Miss Martha Smith before her I another day." ty, see '"""iage, and he wns borr. in Adair The above article was taken from Mrs. II. E. Carrctt, (ncu Miss He The Red Rock (Okla.) Record and will Robson.) of Louisville, will arrive Fr.!counlv eix ,ni,es from Columbia. T. be of interest to many here, as Mr. day and be the charming guest of Miss ,nIsM u ,:reat ,ril'1' ln beinK B I,ativo uml 8talc,l "'"t it I"" Lancaster, Ky., who will be pleasure Carpenter is n brother of Mr. 0. R. Kreat Kathleen Walters. Special Ice Cream for t his week.JI glad U thow you same and for him to visit the county of liii nativ- - Carpenter, and a nephew of Mr. J. O. Mr. and Mrs I. C. Walls and clnldi en ity. He never give you the lowest prices. meets an Adair county Reid of this city, and visited here sevmotored through from their home in ' Caro-me- l, d 3mo mml but he is ready to grasp his hand. eral ears ugo. Peach, Tutti I ortsmojth, Ohio, nnd are visaing rela ' Mr. Rigney is a banker a' Lancaster, lives in the city mid county. Chocolate nnd j YOUNG MEN AND toe. was Mowers, Stackers, Steel and People Sweep Rakes, Walter A. Wood s. Mowers, Durham J. R. MOUNT. & CO. JOHN DEERE BINDERS, Gossip About Miss Itiliv" Sanders Is In Louisville the nttrnrtive guest of her sister, Mrs. MRS. WEST SUSTAINS J. J. I'unley. Mrs. It. E. Rowland and daughter, Mary, and Mis Dorsie I.eo Henry, returned to their homes in Kl Dorado, Ark. last Wednesday nfter n months visit to relatives here. 10UU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, PAINFUL INJURIES. M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. iriri IB THE HUPMOBILE r DODGE BROS CAR Arcade Garage Co. CITY PROPERTY t "'1 NUNNALLY'S NOTICE Currey Robinson Blue Grass Farm Candies Frultti, Vanilla. Meal Served Any Telephone Hour W. 3C DC O. 1 KING, C DC No 202. Proprietor. DC ! VARIETY STORE I 9 I I New Methods, New Goods, New Prices. A NEW KIND OF A STORE. I!) y.K Hi I I Our success depends upon our ability to save yon money and to cater to your needs in a way that will give you satisfaction. Come in nnd seo this new store You will lie pleased. Wo want your produce for cash or trade. Give us n call. Ill COY S. BE SAFE See Me For SANDERS. Tobacco Hall Insurance 1 am Misses Ilernice Spaulding' nnd Lucy 'M" county, twins son of Maj. Ketdin- liowncK oi Lebanon, wiio are now nt i"1" "'Kney. wno uiru many years ugo. WOMEN WANTED C. 0, springs, will spend the week-en- d Duringliis life time Iieua3 prominent 'our hundred und eighty three young in the affairs of the end of Adair with Miss Annie .Margaret Elkin. Mr. ' Rigney Is nn inspector in the Chapter j "ie" frum sixteen to twenty one yeara Miss Clara Francos I'almetcr enterwork of Masonry, nnd he wns here to "Kv (not subject to conscription) and tained her Sunday School class-mateR, A. M., look over the books 'wo hundred and thirty-liv- e women are last Wcdnesduy evening' nt her home meet the many' wanted to talco the training necessary to meet heiguest, Miss Fannie Turley, etc, nnd ulso to shake hands with friends lie knew in the long ago. Ilia Ku qualify them for positions in hanks, ol Clark Co. visit to Columbia wss very much liimre- - mercantile houses, railroad olllccs, etc. - dated. Miss Murgaret Smith, oldest daugliLike Mr. Sweeney, ho suent -- positions made vacant by the llrst and ter of Mr. Jns, L. Smith, formerly of m my days in At'a'r, a county that w I second drafts of bookkeepers and ste this place, but now of Hamilton Ohio, ahvaysjhave awnrm spot In his heart." . nographers. has been visiting relatives and fiiends -- Adair Co. News; YOUR MONEY HACK In. the county, Young men wno qualify at Drauglion's Mr I. I.'. King, formerly of ihlscoun fcr Shortlftud work with the Go vein. ty but now a resident of the statu i f MISS RfiR NSON HOSTF.SS OF ment and are drafts for Government ervlco will get buck every cent of the Washington, his been a guest for Vlio j money that they pay for tuition If they past week of his brother, Mr Tom Kirg DINNER PARTY j mo not given olllce work, instead of I! near l'aint Lick. Miss Minnie Mae Robinson entertain-- e . ,w., ,..ni, im n. .............. ?i tivui.i ,,..!, .11... ii... uuiviiiiuviii, Mrs. W. S. i:ikln, ot Atlanta, who' 1 Inst Friday evening at her pretty We have on tile letter urging us to I!) has been visiting her nieces, the Misses country home "Maples" with a beauti train, us fast us possible, youi'g men Warren, has returned to her home in ful dinner party complimentary to the and women for these positions, which Atlanta. Miss Jennie Warrtn accompa- guests composing the house party of pay from NINE HUNDRED to TWELnied her for u visit. Returning, the Miss Mary May Walker. The color VE HUNDRED dollars u year to begin will visit friends In Chattanooga, InUy thorough Draughon methods scheme was'lavendar and pink which on. terior Journal. was carried out in the table decorations, the methods that business Men indorse (!) The families Mr Luiher Gibbs and cakes, mints and Ices. Tho house was o:iecan learn Ilookkeeping & Shorthand Mr Jim Ilurnside together with the decorated In (lowers, ferns und palms, by mail as well as at college, and can Haydens of Faystte. are enjoying an tho spacious veranda being a charming' learn by mail at one sixth the cost of I outing to High Bridge, today, the trip place where fruit punch was served. learning at college. Write to Draugh-- I being complimentary to Mr and Mrs The attractive young hostess was as- - on a fratfeal Uusincss College, Nash (2t-pJohn Ilurnside, of .Texas. silted by Miss Katie llarnes Dickerson, vllle, Tcnn, reared roaiNeatsville. nil Hilling HEATING, GUTTERING,' ROOFING, ROOF RE- ..,i. PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business uprircciuted. will La PI WILLIAMS I V The Central Record, Thursday, July 26, 191 7. Kememfoer to Vote For VOTE FOR JACK nn C. A. Arnold - rajs? Im 3 for - 6oun is His Record for the past four years Deserves Your Judge. ON AUGUST He Served Four Years and Made Try Him Again. a Good One. tcsot Endorsement. HELP RE NOMINATE HIM 4 Don't Forget To Vote For JEPTH A ONSTOTT - FOR x r You Will Never Have Any More Luck if You Fail to Vote For if I! C CLERK Never Asked .for Office Before'. Always a Democrat and a Party Worker. His Opponents Families have held Office in County for Past Twenty Years. GIVE ONSTOTT A CHANCE AND A FAIR DEAL. For Jailer. His Democracy is Unquestioned and his Party Work has Been Faithful. Primary August 4th. The Central Record, Thursday, July 26 ! 9 7. 1 I ( 4 Mr. Voter Do Not Forget To Cast Your Vote For Your Home Boy I W. A. DOTY FOR I I I H. Clay Kauffman j Goaniy Qourt p I j ! I I I I I I For Senator ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th. ) THE MAN WHO CAN WIN IN NOVEMBER. Garrard County does not furnish a single District Officer. Now is the chance to get one by voting for Kauffman. YOU i I KNOW HIS RECORD I I I ) r at , VOTE FOR 3 Li w J. Bruce Lawson Neither Drinks nor Gives a Drink. Has made a Clean Fair Race and Now Asks That You Vote For Him For Who's Sobriety is Unquestioned. 4 J. KAN BALLARD FOR 60UNTY 6LERK. And Use .Your Influence in His Behalf. Primary August 4th. 1 REPRESENTATIVE You Know His Political Record. You Know His Platform. The Central Record, Thursday, July 26, 1917. jFARillOR'S COLUAInI 1 DAIRYING AND SOIL CULTURE Dr. Wm. Office at Lancaster. Halney D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. I.lvery Stable. Kentucky I'hone 229. 0f"ce Unatt J ) o to 12 u. m. ltol-7to9- p. ra M. K. Denny and W. A. Wbeelei Doctors Of Dental Surgery. omcei Stormn HnlldlngoTei Han A A tide ou'i nrnuure store. KENTUCKY! LANCASTER, ape helow Ihl. Iiesdmeti lot the cielu ire mc ototit larmer .nlirlleri. and 1, lor on lie tale ot stoct. Kiaiti and inch thiti (mm ai In farmer rainwt afford to adter-:!- . So notfe will ! accepted oter tour GREAT BUTTERMAKER. Unlet ot the Jn, nn.1 will hentilrl" tfOM. trrenfcliarFtJersey That Produced Over a Ton In Two 6uceest.lv. Lactations. FOU SAL;:-- A dipping tank. carU Dosoris Park Lily SMSa now and harness. .Mrs. U. A. ttoblnson.i shares wlib Sophie XIX. of Uoisl farm the dlstliii fun or hnvlng made two totiMs-utiVoars' rocoids if owr POO For Side Two good 2 horse wagons, p dinds of butter fat. Her first rerord will sell cheap, if taken nt once. Wnn iniiipleted In IIIIS, when oho oiildcniMe ntteiitlon by Ket- Nelson Marsce. ting the nmrk ror ( Ia. AA production, ji nddltlon to winning the gol.l medal FOR SALK; Twn Duroc Jersey, Jcrey nvnnl m.ule In that the registered boars, also fresh milk cow. for r. bot 1 II. F. Kobins.n I'hone 5V3-Lily stnrtwl on her tsnMtnl lent nine- -' e ilayn nfler lompletloii of tier FOIt SALE An extra good Herford bull, one year old. nek Bourne. J 'o Here are the Results of the Sworn to Demonstrations of Franklin Thrift as Tested out all over the United States. LAST FRIDAY, Franklin dealers were doing; this same thins nieasur-Frankli- n thrift by mileage on a single gallon nf common ial gasoline. Our own record was 41.7 miles per gallon. I et'tvliii' FOU SALE; One extra good leading bull. ' Clarence Green. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Every" FOR SALE A good bull, ready for service. I Poland Angus Kirby Teater. Bos. Best by test. give satisfaction. pair guaranteed. til) nm equipped to clean cisterns and I'hone 339 II. Joe Criscillis. G. C. COX, Manse,Ky FOR SALE: -- Ten i.iceshoat. Weight pounds. Also one live year old bay driving hcrse. Mrs. Grace Sutton. Stanford, Route 1 I J. R.Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR 'Office Over National Hank. Residence i'hone 3. 0I!:ce I'hone 27 LANCASTER. KY. OATS FOR DAIRY COWS, 'o , I Excellent Feed For Milk Production When Combined With Grains. OaN N 1111 excellent feed for mill: cows. Its price t:itally prohibits Its extensive no In the dairy ration, how-eve- if 0 li cow lierewlth pictured la lMrk Lily, n rec.int lnjKln recwith tno consecutive ords or over rounds of butter fat. Yesterday wc Rot a telottimi from the Franklin factory, iint'ounoino; the (5rand National Average, eoniinncd hy allldnvlts of prominent men in all localities where the tests were made. I In New Haven. Coniif client, a stock Franklin covered 828 tidies on a single gallon of gasoline. 1 hat was the highest mileage. The lowest was recorded from (Hens Falls New York, where a v stock Franklin made 18 miles on a single gallon. o I of 40.3 miles on a single gallon the average TI10 179 stock Franklin cars, the ENTIRE number Jeremy, participating in this nationwide demonstration. Here you first record. Tho exact figures of lmtb tests nro given here: round Milk. K7TS.1 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. , Paint Lick, Kentucky Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus .Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. tains more protein than com, barley or wheat; ntwmt tho same fat content ni corn and eoaslderably more than barley or wheat, but It l n gnoil bit lower In citrlsihj-dratetli.m the other three grains. Lxivriuientally In ration In which there was no protein deficit ground oats lias been enual to wheat bran, anil with basal rntlon of 3.2 pounds bran and IO.J pounds mixed hay 1.3 pounds nts were eipial to the .amo welsht of eornuieal e In Oats evc lis dairy ration when combined with other concentrates; nlso heavy producing cows will pay In mil!; production for grinding or crushing oats. Cows giving small of tnlllc may not. The oats should bo cleaned ns thoroushly as jhusIIiIo of coal cinders. Wo would exiect, however, that no 111 effects from Final! amounts left In would Ikj noticed. s 11 11 ti.-11 iptan-titles sajs Hoard's Dairyman. It con- years 11 months J years - months lS.CvS Thee figures comblncil give ber n total production reeonl of l.SiSUVi lHiunds of butter fat or 2""i!.7 iptinds of fJ per cent butter In two Micivslve lactations, an achievement which has earned u name for her as one of th? great hjws of the Jerey bntil. Dosoris I'nrk Lily was slreil by l'url: t.oldeli Lad "iSes! nnd Is out of Moy's llomp HHS1!. She was bred, owneit ami tested by the estate of ('barb s 1'ratt. filen ivte. N. Y. rC7 S fit. tt MM Age have the Franklin , standard of thrift Think ot the roads, the climate. th weather, nil of these cars exThen, think of the perienced! significance of such n nation-wid- e test. It means, as a car for thrift, the Franklin stnuds alone among all line automobiles Only n fine car can show ly distributed, allow a car to put n stop to fuel waste More Than Miles Per Gallon. This easy tunning of the Franklin means elliciency- - waste culine. Take tires - Franklin owners report an average of over 10 000 miles in a fi' e- ear period. Easy, buoy-j ttingall along the POTATO BUG CONTROL. such results. Spraying or Dusting With Paris Green ' Will Kill th. Insects. The old time i of picking otat. bugs with 11 paddle and bucket has given way mi large nreas to sprajlnj or dusting vines with olon. For spraying ur.'eiuile of lead and parls green are mixed with liordeaux mixture and applied wheneier the lectles npivar. Dusting iiarls gnsMi In tlour or Umo over the vines will also kill off What's Back of It of g water-coolin- All IV7 Only by the elimination iienvy and troublesome Handy Garden Rack. To llave the tods within makes for economy of time In putting in ild the lnocls. Calls answered promptly, day or moments In tho garden. Tools have a liordeaux mixture, made of four way of scattering and hiding when liounds of topper sulphate, four imttnds night. Phone 3Q4. wanted most. A tool rack as HIutrat. of ipilckllme and fifty gallons of. w nter. Lancaster, Kentucky Is used by jiotnto growers to wanl o!T fungous dlaes. If parls green Is added to tl.ls material It will kill the M.D bugs within a day, nnd when arsenate of lead Is also mixed In the poison Is eCfectlio often for seienil weeks ufter Phone 365-npplleil to potato vines. The Ohio agricultural experiment Ptntloii advises the use of these- - compounds goou nfter JBUCKEYE, KY. potatoes conic up ami again about two r weeks Inter, Sometimes a thin appli cation ten days to two weeks after the parts and complicated g hanism everywhere, can ami drag wear friction aud tear, be minimized. conOnly scientific materials, fight- struction nnd fine mecgasoline-consuminlight-weight ant, gasoline-savin- g operation is responsible for this record. Depreciatio- n- Hfcid n used Franklin for sale. Compare the Franklin price with t lie prices other line used-carbring, in proportion to their first cost. If gasoline is lasting, the car is long lived. The same wearing drag thnt boosts the gasoline hill also boosts the repair bill. re-sas J.E. EDWARDS, Whenever you come to the conclusion that th next automobile you buy should deliver a d !lar"s w mh of elli iiensy for every dollar you invest, then you are ready to investigate tits Franklin. f' a 11 One Drop !?y Franklin Motor Car Co, (Incorporated, v. BourbonPoultryRemedy la tho B SH HP lirlnLInc water cum IJ Li0 k nmlnrcvfiitswhlm ami other chicle cholera A diarrhoea.One Oottlo makes dleacs. drug- 13 irallons of medicine. At Valu- or I17 raaU able Rr; eliu loultry book frto on rciuvst. A few drops APPQ ii.u 1: nut tools, muoiiutBico.,inuiM.i. Sold hy R. E. McKoherts. INTERS TAKE NOTICE. Agreement Witnej'ctli; Thnt Jer to protect the game on our .8 fpr n pfrlwl of three cnrs we I ..id ourselves not to hunt thereon, r.or permit'nn) body else to ilo ho, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass uj'on our lanilj for. tho purpose of hunting. Ana we further ugrce to act us Deputy GamixtV miens for the purpose of i ig ut this agreement. Except each of ci iihw the right to Kill rjibbits en our .'arms oi permit it to c done by another undi eur supervision, or the supe'V.sio'i of some responsible and reliable person felec'cd by us. This November 1Mb. 101G. enr-rv- Spoken In Haste. "Hut you said you would Collector Specialists nt tho experiment station also lecommeiiil dusting parls green pay me If I came today." Mr. Illldew "Well, my friend, you know bow It diluted by bulk with twenty parts of finely ground llmu and shaken frfnn in Hi,- - best of us sometimes sny rlieeecIoth bags or blown from a suit, things that we nre sorry for." nblo powder gim over tho foliage, The iet powder Is ducted ou the plants accordFly Repellent Fcr Cows. Color Photography. ing to tho schedule for sprajlng. Spray mixtures may add to the New To further color photogrnphy u cow by keeping off numerous York man has In veiled n rnmerii In Clean Milk. tiles. Several of the- e may Tho length of time milk will remain which two plates nre exposed ut once, be mixed at home. A mixture lecora. sweet after being taken from tho eoxt n perforated mirror thai penults light mended for ibis purpiKo U given hi lepeuds almost altogether upon two to rejeh one plato reflecting It also to bullethi L'i',7 nf tho Ohio e vperlmcnt sta. factors-fir- st, the tare exert- wl In tho other. th'ii us a huudidl pntts of flsli oil, llfty keeping the mill; iteuu and, parts of oil of tar and one imit of crude the teiiiK rature at whMi the mill; Is Uncalled for Action. c.irlclle acid. ,nother formula Is kept. Fuller careful mami'.enuiit In gallon of oil of tar, Mary was visiting In the country galkeeping clean the parts of the machine, bee. She lon of luttouwed oil nnd f pint etc.. It Is KiKslliJi) to milk cows with a und hud been stttug by of cri:do earliolle in Id, Suclr mixture milking ma. blue xo that the milk Is didn't rtw to mind the pain so much, sprayed on rattle l;iep off tiles for n fully ns clean us when cows ate milked byt she had enltlt' disposition. time. by band. If the nrichliie Is kept In She run sobbing to her mother und snld. "I don't see what he did It for, l llrst class condition und t nil precautions are lul.cn against 'cause I hadn't done thing to him." "titaiiilnatlun during milking, there Is ed, placed In 11 handy place, keeps tho tools together. Such a rati: Is merely u modlflcallon of 11 inrp'-nter'- s boles Isired throuab tho top to hold the handles of tools and a board uen.i the bottom for tho ban-dlon. f 11 , one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-hal11 11 prr.e-tlcn11 Lnrly In Septem. eeroml Is necessary. s up. brood of !cr the 5ears, and the treatment must bo repeated then and about two weeks later On joung Iues fifty gallons will Is? sufficient to spray mi acre, but when the vines nre l.trge two or three times this amount Is neces'-nry- . '250 East Main Street. Lexington, Ky. tSmag(icaKUOttmr.SH Military Organization of Jews. Tho military orgnnlrutlou of tin Jews bet'uti with lli' lr ihinirture from Egypt, t'w ry mini iduno twenty yours sobli-Told was Each tribe formed n regiment with Its own banner und Us own lender. Their positions In tho camp or on the marih were uceurutely 11 . Phone 3619. The Rlflht to Aid. of iniinUml would perllt c, iito nld each other. From th- time that tho mother hinds the child- head till the moment that some l.ln-ussi.tnnt wipes tbe death dump fn m ' brow of the djlng. we cannot ulihont mutual help. All therefore, that mod nld have 11 right It from their fellow mortals; lo nsk no one wbo I1..I1U the power of grunting can refuse It without guilt. Sir The iin-did lhe llxcd. Johnson. Happiness In Home. "To bo happy nt home Is the ulti- Wnlter Scott. mate result or all ambition, the end to which i crj enterprise and labor Coercion. tends und of which every desire prompts the prosecution." Snmuel Noral. "An did r" give ymi n It rcf-ltrc- n tr' ' hrentcned pig It. L Kifcin. J. I'urra, V. Ii. liurton. Harden llros.. J. II. Dalton, John II. Smith. J. N Ron. Fisher Herring, Hughe llros, Withers Ilros. Jno M. E. Robinson, W. II. Hrown, Alex Walker, T. A, ElUin. 1 Engraved Visiting Card is THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman lo present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samplesTwe have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD A Neatly reason to believe milk will not weet for it good length of time of course, that It U kept In elvau utensils, cooled down nnd kipt cool following milking. Hoard's Dalr.wunu. 110 LIm.-Sulph- The Helplnrj Hand. "He who niaki s of himself nil uplifting force for others will himself be lifted up: he who helps others on the downward path cannot nsceiid. The man who Is nlv.ays rondy to give his fellow tiinn 11 show downward' Is n poor climber. Tho 1111111 whose hand Is nlwnys 11 helping baud finds hc!-lu- g bnuds everywhere reaching down to five him n pull upward." Tor Fungus, r M. Tinder. Logan Hubble, (!. 41. Deehon. II. U. Cox, J. W, Sweenm, W: M. Mahati. William. Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot. J. U. Pope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, tV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Rankin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. ii. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry. Bright Herring. A. D. llradshaw, Scott Huffman It. L. Barker. Win. and Lizzie Onstott. ' Tho self boiled Is one of the Hlmplest nnd cheapest of sprays and Is good for all fuugoiK ijlsciiscs 011 fruit, such m rot, leaf curl, mildew and also for soft- bodied, sucking Insects, such as the nphli, that is tumid on the 1 berry und plum. Light pounds of lime slaked with eight pounds of sulphur aud then diluted to fifty galIt Is lons ot water Is thu formula. suggested that theso spruys bo nitido fresh each tlmo 0110 Is going In use them, ns their strength will bo found to better. via Louisville & Nashville Railroad r Limit P.ounJ Trip Touiiit Fiici from Linctmr Mir.'j Fear of Death. S That wh' h wo term the fear" of death In norma! men nnd animals Is tin expression of their desire to live. Were It not that this desire was deeply Implanted In all living things they would boon disappear. This Is shown hy the efforts mailt) to end their lives by those who have lost the desire to lho. And losing It they Icwo fenr conPrepare Meat For Horn. Enough ork and beef njiould be cerning the future. As n rule they are butckered and packed ou every farm victims of perversion of sense, a feelnext fall to supply tho family for ing which may he only transient or continuing. Exchange. elgbt months. NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 Reduced Fares lo man other cities and retorts in the East and North tt Vnriable route fares nvatlable through Washington, Ualti-mor-e, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Nlaeuru Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adlron. clacks, Lake Champlaln, ond other cities and resorts of tho East and North, including trips ot) Atlantic and Great LaKc atcamcrs. For particulars, rates, fotJers, etc., apply C. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent