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KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 9. 1917. 3G4 NUMBER IS. uni in DFH Special Prices For Ten Days on 1 230 231 232 233 231 235 230 237 238 239 210 102 875 714 -- 80 -- 871 -- 71 -- 555 -- 978 -- 500 -- 877 -- 135 Elmer O. Hrown. Victor Sanders. Hoy I., 'rather. Gilbert Hroadus. Clay Simpson. Edward C. Howling. Ernie Malcur. -- 352 -20 50 f36T, 306-93C7-4308-8309-4- 418 'Jfl 10 James Hnrris (c) Howard Harlan (c) Thurm.iti Teater. Eug.ne Kennedy (c) Curtis I). Sadler. Charlie Holllngswarth. T. Alansfdrd Murphy. Clel Leavell (c) Hurdett Mnridibanks. William F. Miller. Willie Graham. Charles II. Ellis. Sum Wullace (c) Curley West, (c) Otto Lnvcl (c) Lntie U. Itaney. Howard Ross (c) Felix H. Lane. James 11. Duvls. Eddie Thomas (c) William 1'. Goins. Dillnrd Simpson. Richard Walker (c) Virgil G. Kinnslrd. Philip T. Ison. Will II, Pence. Gcorgo Dunn (c) E John II. Yater. Wade E. Lee. 241- - -- CHI BUGGIES Wagons, ETC. 42 -- 713 213 -- 935 21- 4- 450 245 113 24G 725 21- 7- 150 24- 8- 808 219 780 250 207 21 507 252-2- 53- 421 940 Author M. Tudor. William V. Jones. Marshal I'reiton. William J. I'urdom. Lois Williams. William L. King. 370 -- 017 37- 1- 620 37- 2- 009 373 -- 013 37- 4- 310 37- 5- 274 370-9- i j We sell ;he 18 377 908 378 510 379 -- 760 STUDEBAKER AND SI oil; Oscar Beasley. John Kay. George T. Crank. Leonard II. Scctt, Virgil Sebastin. Dence E. Evans. Willie Joe McQucrry. Shirley Hudson. William H. Woods. George Clark. Ison Johnson. 38- 0- 7JI 38- 1- 511 38- 2- 205 38- 3- 913 381-3385-8- 12 00 93I 3SC-- OLD HICKORY 25- 4- 1C9 25- 5- 430 390 989 802 257 155 26- 1- 284 262-26133 807 261 SG7 930 m 185 207' 205 K8 285 209 500 70 -- 303 271-5- 256 257 258 259 2G0 Edward Horkins. Author Kelley, (insane) Claude V. Sparks. Cabel D. Duncan. Willie It. Colter. David C. Elmore. Emanual Hull. 400 38- 8- 427 38- 9- 000 39- 0- 241 39- 1- 40 39- 2- 572 39- 3- 100 391-1395-2390-2- 387- - Eugene J. Bradshaw. Haymor.d Mays. 57 30 14 James Brewer. Tom Christopher. Wilbert Dailev. Thomas G. Durham. Wagons G A full line of Hand Made Wagon Harness. Conn 3( Brothers. E LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. EIE IE J OFFICIAL VOTE IN GARRARD COUNTY PRIMARY 03 John Italph Scott. John Sadler. Earnic Wilson. UudCrutcher. Harry 1. EdwarJs. Svrenus Folia. Charlie Montgomery. Thomas Fryer. Howard It. McMurtry. Roscoe M. Acton. Robert L. Tracy. 40- 2- 533 Tom Level (c) 40- 3- 114 James II. Brown. 40- 4- 151 Boyd Coldiron. 403-- 01 Delno C. Bray. 101-913 400-0- 39- 7- 029 39- 8- 617 39- 9- 864 40- 0- 29 Steven Marshbanks. Frank Night (cj James I. Sanders. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, IB- - a Jay Harlan Joseph It. Mount1. II. Clay Kautrman J. Hogan llallartl Jaa. A. Bearley C. A. Arnold A. D. Ford iat so 32j II Jeplha Onstott .. J. W. A. Doty Bruce Lawson 73! fi 45! 32 64 Co 28 28 571 91 Samuel G. Dalton. Lonzy Colfey; 271-813 James It. Spires. 275-- 29 George Denny (c) 27G-4- 10 James E. Holtzclaw. Itlchard Francis (c) 2 ?. 277-2- 99 278 -- 750 Willium Itadford. 53 Joe E. Hryunt. 28- 0- 150 Walker Clork. 28- 1- 19 Claude Archer. II 99 282-4- 00 14 151 William C. Hurt. 39 9S1 S82 283- -4 James L. Alford. Holman C. Hrown. 721212 284115 2S5-8- 32 Grover 1". Schooler. 26-2- 00 I Ike Denny. 5711 28- 7- 228 Thomas E. Dunn. :ni 133 28- 8- 130 Hcnrv Hall. 28- 9- 872 Herbert Shearer. 25 290 -- 430 Luke Irvin. 272 211 273- -1 10 291-328 03 Grant M. Metcalf. 407018 103-109-9jG 209 Andrew Manuels. Jesse Yeakcy. 33 Kentucky 41- 0- 777 411 412-- 32 Roy S. Dean. Rollie Simpson. Sidney L. Aldridge. 41- 3- 931 41- 4- 03 41- 5- 758 41G-3417-8418-3- 02 10 71 Roger Aldridge. John W. Wood. Henry G. Burton. Willie T. Rogers. Charlie D. Hughes. Ballard G. Smith. Clarenco F. Hall. George C. Lake. Jesse W. Ulakeman. Wesley Hager. Jesse Davis (c) k$M2$4WAttg 419 W 421-- - 529 61 382 22-- 224 423-8- (2 take another because they say it is as good as WHY CLEN LILY I S 5 18 31 4702 425-9- HudStarnes. Robert Reynolds. Hume Wilson. Ambrose Jenkins. Arch Boatright (c) Elijah W. Barker. Clarence Bolton. Dave Hon Jack Adsms y. It. Anderson ... It. II. Wilkinmn J. II. Smith . 78'nn 41 70, 63; 121 91 77,1271 70 70 38! 84 45 3' OS 111 m 39 fill 15S2J 292-9- 35 ... . 74 87 49, 00 :tr.i 17' ii1 4 l! 20! 18! 21! 19! 131 111 83 293 -- 90 294 -- 890 396 295-0- 21 190-- 670 297-5- DanGavhcrt. Andrew Jackson Warner. Hen Uoatright. John A. Tankersley, William McCoy (c) Itichard H. Moore. 420 449 42- 7- 41 42- 8- 48 42- 9- 33 43- 0- 712 431-6432-1- ' j jj 14 193 - 747 838 PRIMARY Passes EXEMPTION BOARD Eiuuac Mint Men 199-- 929 Taylor Leonard Ilogers. Frank Wilson. Lon Bourne. 10 27 Robert F. Ralston. William Naylor. John W. Bcazley (e) Adam Pence. Of Qtwlly And Splendid Ticket Registered 30- 0- 138 For 30- 1- 91 303-C- 43- 3- 008 43- 4- 88 435-7430-8437-9433-4- Nownited. Ford Defeats Arnold For Service. 35 Com It Judge. The primary held In Garrard county lait Saturday passed olfquietly although were hotly many of the. nomination contested, yet everyone interested seemed In a Rood humor and each felt confident of the result up to the clote of the polls. Great deal of Intori'st was centered in the Judges race, for two more popular men ever ran for ollice in this county, than Judge C. A. Arnold and Judge A. D. Ford. A majority of 13.1 lands Judge Ford a winner and he will bo Garrard County' Judg for another four years. Ill" fitness for the ollice is nn crdorsement hy his friendf. he having served the county in this rapacity for three terms, Judgo Arnold succeeding him four year ngo. Hogan Uallurd for Itepresentative defeated J. A. Dcazlcy bv a majority of 212 votes and thia splendid majority injures his victory in November. One of the closest races in the county mid one that could not bo decided until several hours ufter the polls closed, was the County Clerks race in which there were three entries mid oil good campaigners and populm in the persons of JepthaOnstott It W. A. Dotv and Bruce Lawson. was u hoise race throughout hut Doty camo out u winner liv 25 votes and will carry the banner to further victory in November. "Uncle Davo" Ross will s for another have charge of the four yearn, having defeated Mr. Jack Adam by a majority of 83, His friends are congratulating him upon his success and defeating such u vote getter unj clover man us Mr. Adams. The Coroner content proved u runaway raco for Mr. Simon Anderson who dofeuted his opiionents easily by a majority of 390 votes, "Hooker" Wilkinson coining second and J. II. Smith third. In the Senatorial race II. Clay Kaulfman carried the county by 882 majority, which Mr. waa almost a unanimous vote, Mount receiving 151 and Mr. Harlan 99. The total number cast In this race being 1231. The table elsewhere shows the vote of the entire county, Mr. A. K. Walker, for Sheriff; Mr. B. H. Hay, for Assessor and Miss Jennie Hlgglns, for school superintendent, and G. C. Walker for County Attorney, had no opposition in their race for the nomination and were declared the nominees. 30- 4- 801 Since last Monday morning the local 30- 5- C33 exemption board, compoicd of G. T. 30G-7- 12 Ilallard, Jr, John M. Farra, Dr. J. M. 307-- 17 Acton and Ur. Virgil Kirnaird have 308-8- 02 been putting in some hard licks exam- 30- 9- 091 ining the men registered for the Se- 31- 0- 378 lective Draft and up to this morning 31- 1- 237 had examined about 110 men. A sum- 31- 2- 422 mary of the work of tho board for the 31- 3- 019 past three days shows that about three 311-3- 44 fourths of the me'i who successfully 315 -- 824 passed, will file claims for exemptions. 310-4- 42 Should this practice continue a triple 317-2- 02 quota may be culled for examination 3!8 1C4 instead of the double quota as was at 31- 9- 208 320 -- 272 first thought would be enough. It is also a noticeable fact that very 321-9- 04 few negroes are claiming any exemp- 322 -- 800 tions. Of the total number called for 32- 3- 593 examination, three failed to report, 18 321-4- 07 have been finally exempted for physical 325 -- 252 defects and other leasons, 39 have 32- 0- 880 pussed end will file exemption papers, 327 -- 8S3 for dependent families; 31 huve passed 323 709 physical examinations undhave claimed 329 770 no exemptions, although some of them 33- 0- 500 may do so In'er for industrial reasons; 33- 1- 581 15 have been temporurially exempted 33- 2- 311 und am to report back nt a later data 33- 3- 121 two had their ex- Mt 181 for aminations deferred for being sick, one 33.".-S- 9ri haIng been kicked by u mule lecently. 330 -7- 44 About 100 more men ure (o be exam- 33- 7- 979 ined from the first quota of 208 names. 33- 8- 582 Should the list be exhausted beforo the 339 - 829 full quota is Itcquired, another call Wilt 31- 0- 210 be issued from the list published below, 31- 1- 499 beginning with call number 209. 31- 2- 590 31- 3- 411 209 -- 781 Win. A. Simpson. 311-0- 30 21- 0- 958 Simon II. White. 315-- 735 21- 1- 323 WoodGruves. 1110-- 031 21- 2- 857 Dillurd F. Sebustin. 317-3- 20 21- 3- 963 Traylor West. 348117 21- 4- 438 John II. Jennings. 319-- 70 21- 5- 878 Callie Turner. 35O-0- 72 21C-4- 41 Allen Jones 351-9- 19 21- 7- 880 Jonuh Tussey. 352-3- 93 21- 8- 357 John Hicks. 353-8- 51 210-- 23 Denny Anglin. 351168 220 -- 331 Thomas I.. Graham. 356 -- 778 22- 1- 492 Ollie Lane. 3501 22- 2- 5G5 John Itiley Moore. 357-1- 87 22- 3- 800 Wilburn L. Scott. 35- 8- 62 22- 4- 715 Joe F. 1'rlce. 35- 9- 105 22- 5- 901 Itobcrt Wilson. 300-0- 50 220-5- 39 James A. Lee. 361-8- 30 227 -- 349 William V. Humes. 3G2-- 30 228- - 502 Elgin C. Montgomery. 363-9- BS 22Q?6P1 TaltLunsford JohnHrock. Ed Scott (c) Lllburt Naylor. l'reston Snider. William Neeley. Cecil E. Prattler. John Q. Adams. 43 27 7G Jonas Baker. Orlando C. Rucker. William Wesley Sebostian. John Yarber. William A. Kinder. 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. 73 43- 9- 287 440 580 441 -- 200 44- 2- 327 44- 3- 251 Ore Florence. Simmie Murphy. Jerry Doty (c) Charlie Lackey (c) Charles K. Dunn. Miller O. Johnson. I Garrard Milling 60. Frank Sparks. Henderson Pointer. Charlie Hawley. Hunter Davis. Theodore Irvin. Itobert L. Meadows. L. C. Gulley. Henry L. Sanders. Adolph D. Joseph. 44- 4- 44G 415-44C-9417-E448-3- 89 32 Farris Baker. Jesse Walker (c) Eddie Simpson. Itobert II. Hutchison. 451 745 573 308 63 58 -- 419- - Ornelas Jennings (c) Web Christopher. Evcret East. Elmer East. Itobert L, Whittaker. Shirley Sadler (c) John Moberly (c) James Dullard Hounshell. Robert Dunn (c) Auburn Thompson. Louis Fowler. ltoyston ltay. Samuel Hay. John Moore. George Miller. 150 451 452 Martin Kavanaugh. (c) Jack Rogers. Otho Montgomery. William O. Farmer. . 453129 Eh Irvin. 451-- 391 John B. Huffman. 455 -- 117 Lois Hiutt (c) -- Buggies, Wagons, 456 351 145 457 458 217 459 -- 259 460 322 4G1 -- 212 462 -- 702 463-2- Homer Humphrey. Willie Johnson. Harrison Deun. Clarenco F. Dudley. Enoch Galispie (c) Morgan Dunn (c) 32 Joe Plummer. Hardin Davis. Eugene Graham. John T. Ilurnside. William II. Luyton. Alvln Thomas. Curry D. Hire. Louis Yantis. (c) Jusper Mathews. George C. Lake. Willie Dunn (c) George Lunsford. Allen Morris. Lime. sand, cement, rock screenings, brick salt. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. LOST Saturday night, u small gold medal. Reward if returned to this ollice. Harness. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buying. There will bo a meeting of the W. C. T. U. next Saturday afternoon and all members are requested to bo present. Found: On the street Sunduy morning Ownet can huve same by proving and pay for this notice call at this otlice. ' Bomo money. Frank Jones. William V. Naylor. Virgil Reynolds. Herbert Naylor. William T. Green. James U. Jones (c) John L. liurton (c) Robert H. I'olndexter. Herbert L. Williams (c) Grover Huffman. Walter Smith. James Current. Hallard T. Scrivner. Clayton Anderson. Walter Croucher. Eyoret lisrker. J." Bertram Hrown. Itobert A. Oge. Itobert F. Scott. John W. Dull. John Yuakey. LOST; In Lancaster or on the Richmond road, small wrist watch, incased in black leather band. Reward, call (2-t- .) this ollice or 373-- SELLS FARM. U. Bourne sold last week his farm on the Buckeye road near McCreary, containing about 160 acres, for 160. an acre. The purchasers were: Messers J. II. Posey, John Askins and John Moberly. Mr. Bourne bought thit farm about 13 year ago and tells us that the increase In the value of the land alone hat netted him 23,650. The farm contained originally 180 acres, for which Mr. Bourne paid 45. an acre. Mr. J, W. J . Romans assMiMVMtl The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9, 1917. 11 MIR rd 1 I Having registered for the Selective Army and liable for call at any time, will, on at three oclock, sell to the highest bidder, my residence on Danville street, in Lancaster, Ky., and known as the " Frisbie Property". The lot is 234 by 2 10 feet and the dwelling which is in splendid repair, contains eight rooms, electric lights, city water connections, front and rear porches, convenient cistern and spring. Has ' nice lot suitable for building, splendid garden and fruit. Property will be shown at any time previous to sale. Possession given January 1st, 19 18. TERMS One-thicash, balance in one and two years. Any information can be had by calling on or writing Saturday, August 18th, 1917 ALES DOTY LANCASTER EY. NO REST--NO PEACE. Clark near Burgin tho the week. latter part of BAD STOMACHS BUSINESS THE KITCHEN FLAG. FAILURES I I Difficult Achievement "My young frlpnds," said n member of tho board ot trustees, who was addressing tho school, "let mo urge upon Revs. Burke, Brandenburg and Mr. you the necessity of not only readlug and Airs. S. P. Guynn were guests of good books, but nlsojjr owning thorn, Mr. und Mrs J, M. Amon Friday. so that you may hivo access to tlwrn Why, vhen. I was a Mesdames Lucy Kidd and Dee Young at all times. ffUJDinrtMTHIUS IBIMfifiillW young inun I used frequently to work I -- a ..4 Mrs. I' W. Montgomery fMsmm and Mrs. and two daughters of New Port are It FrtildtDt kti jetrtaf iprloc la mrttll all night to earn money to buy books, Otho Montgomery and daughter were here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. and then got up beforo dajrllgb.t anil lor aarrraa mm mmr the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene rouac rarn na wojnaa ftJUTH, WxlalM. now, Ji John Land. , Uirm WUl'U H. K, read them. Lime, sand, cement, rock screenings, There's no peace and little reat for the one who suiters from a bad back, uriCK sail, nuason, iiuglies rarnau and distressing urinary disorders. LanMesdames E. F. Scott, Ed Grow and caster people recommend Uoan's Kid- little daughter Felda, spent the latter ney rills. Be guided bv their experpart of last week with Mr. and Mrs. ience. Buford Teater ut Pink, and Mr. and V. S. Carrier, farmer, Danville St, Mrs. Sam Duncan at Nichotasvillc. Lancaster, says; "I had dull backaches that bothered me, especially during the Quite a number from here attended night and my kidneys acted irregularly. the Nicholasville Fair last week. I used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Mr. H. K. Montgomery delivered Stormes' Drug Store and the backaches some cattle to Center Bros last week and other signs of kidney trouble left at 8c per lb. me, I have had no return of tho Miss Bernie Montgomery is with her trouble." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim brother and family, Mr. Otho Mont ply ask for a kidney remedy get Uoan's i gomery nuar Lexington. Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Car Messrs J. I. Crawfori and Auther Co, Props., Preston sold their wheat to Lancaster rier had. parties at $2.50 per bu. Buffalo. N. Y. Mr. Uefoj. Jennings sold his farm of 80 acres to his son, Mr. Hamlet JenMT. HEBRON nings, price $100 per acre. Josephine, the little daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Montgomery ure and Mrs. Chas. Duncan in quite ill. very happy over the arrival of u fine Mr. Dennis Shcrrow and wife moved baby girl who arrived Aug. 2nd. last week to the house vacated by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hicks and baby Earl Grow, were guests of Mr. John Hicks und Mr, and Mrs. Dillard Urumficld and family near Lancaster Saturday night. children are guests of relatives in Mrs. Win Onstott was called to JesFrankfort. samine Satuiday by thu death of her Mrs. A. IS. Clark and children of grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Francis Madison county arc with her mother, Scott. Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott. Mrs. Win. Vanderpool and children Mr. Earl Grow, who was taken ill Sunday afternoon, is at Lancaster un- who have been spending the pasi month with relatives here returned to their der treatment of Dr. Acton. home in Lexington Sunduy. Mr. Herman Humphrey of the OrMr. Sam Duncan, Miss Ituth Mont chard Grove section bought of Mr Earl gomery and Murl Hurdette of Nichol Grow a sow and pigs price $25. The infant of Mr. und Mrs. Philip asville attended preaching here Sunday McMillan was interred in Mt Hebron and were the guests ef Mr. and Mrs. E. Montgomery. cemetery Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Win, Onstott, Mrs. Ei Mrs. Mary Vunderpool and daughter, Hattie Lou, of Kokumo Ind, are the F. Scott, Mrs. Ed Grow und little guests of her daughter, Mrs. A. 0. daughter attended the burial of Mrs. E. F. Scott ut Mt. Olivet cemetery Montgomery. Mrs. Otho Montgomery and little Monday afternoon. daughter, Margaret E, of Lexington, Mr, Frank Dennis, formerly of this are witlrMr. und Mrs. F. W. Mont- county, but tor some time a resident gomery for stay. ot NicholasWIlo died at Lexington and Mrs. Marion Montgomery and little his remains were brought here for daughter und Miss Iva Del Montgomery burial Wednesday afternoon. spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Montgomery at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow und daughBOOKKEEPING BuilneM.Phonoqraphy ter, and Miss Christine Kogers, wcro TYPEWRITING and with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow ut TELEGRAPHY Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday. Foster-Milburn (Atlanta Journal.) have nailed a Hag in my kitchen And as it hangs there on the wall feel, though I am n woman, I have answered mv country's call. Similar Effect. Some of those who get Into the public eye nggrnvute said public eye llko n cinder In the Imlltldual optic. Atchison Globe. It Can't D Done. We know of n father who has been MrhliiK for five yvurs In vnla for mastery nf the heir. lbcchaoge. a mockingbird singing Out in the Magnolia trees, His song urnj to martial music As it comes o'er the scented breeze. Sometimes when the air is stilling And the garden roses invite, I stick to my range in the trenches And gallantly wage tho fight. CHAPEL. For I think of our boys who or stilling In that seething hell over there. Mr. and Mrs. Talton May Sunday. And I feel that I'd be just u slacker, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp were here If I should do less than my share. Friday. I know us I go fourth to battle Misslltulah Sebastuin has been visit To the mockingbird's clarion call ing at Nina. I am eurning my right us a soldier Mr. Ed Duiley lost a nice calf by To salute the tlag on the wall. death last week. I salute the flag in the kitchen Mr. John Lund sold two calves to Mr thrills from And the mockingbird Frank Land and I'd Naylor. his nest, Miss Beulah May was a guest of Misses While the love of God and tnv country Thrills warm within my bread. Maymu and Mattie Calico. Quito u nunber from thin place attend- - Though the boys may fight in tho trenches, ded the Camd Meeting ut Wilmore. I cheerfully give my all Mrs. Ambrose Calico and Miss Zulu As I do my bit in the kitchen Calico liuve returned from Itichmond. And salute the Aug on the wall. My bugle In this day of high efficiency more failures are di'u to disordered Stomachs than to any other came. Nothing un dermines the body and mind so quickly as Stomach Trouble. It saps the energy and reduces ambition und vitality to a low ebb. Cathaitics frequently Overcome aggravate the trouble. quickly your Stomach, Liver and Intestinal Trouble with Mayr's Wonderful Itemedy, as it reaches tilt) seat of the disease. Millions have been restored by it. Let one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Itemedy convince you today. 2 3t. For sale by It. E. Mcltoberts. I am n recruit in the army That is striving for justice and right, I am helping to feed a nation And helping to win the ficht. The Only Failure. George Eliot mnke.i Felix Holt say: Alaska's Greatest Treasure. Of nil the treasures In Alaska, tho "I'm proof against that word failure. It. The only failure seals are prntinbly nmnng the most I've seen valuable. Unlike mineral wealth, they n man ought to fear Is failure to need never run out, for, In consecleave to the purpose ho sees to be quence of their powers of reproducbest. As 1'UiR as n innn sees and betion, they can yield under reasonable lieves In Bomu great good, he'll prefer control n largo and continuous revenue working toward that In n way he's best fit for, come what mu.v" for mi liiileUnlto future. Patch? It will get you home THE This See Mr. and Mrs, Dock Simpson of Itichmond were here Friday and Saturday. new Fisk Cementlesi Patch for tires has the strength where you want it. It's thick in the center. Coven a larger cut. but hecausa oil waste rubber is eliminntcd costs less. Most efficient and best value lite patch on tho market the best Insurance you'll get home. Thin patch is one of the many standard value Six Presidents Married Widows. Six United States president marItev. J. G. Itngan filled his appointried widows Washington, Jefferson, ment at the M. E. Church hero Sunday. Madison, Fillmore, Benjamin Ilarrlsan and Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land of Marks-burvisited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land Word Lunatic In BlbFc. Sunday. Thu word lunatic It used UtIco In Mrs. BetticEasler and son Mr. James thu New Testament (Matthew 4:21 and East of Jessamine were hero Sunday 17:15). Tho word evidently refers to und Monday. somo dlscaso affecting mind and body. By tho description given by Mart: 0: Itev. D. F. Sebastain wil till eis apIt Is cenduded tho dlseaso It pointment at Buckeye Baptist Church epilepsy, on Saturday und Sunduy. y, 17-2- Tire Sundries There's no higher quality anyNo motorist should be with" outjhem. Among the best known FisVl Sundries arc Fisk Emergency. Patches, Pure Fine Para Cement in( lubes and cans, and Fisk Repair Material.' where. t Messrs James Land, Coy l'rico and Willio Wornhington purchased soino hogs of Mr. John Land ut I lets. Fuk Tba For Sale Di Arcade Garage Haselden brothers. Rex Garage Company. in. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9' 1917. "The Five Tires" yi M$JjL i NICE . M AT rr.'ZX J -R- Sr$ l but not whtn you buy a lire of IHl)1 m man It I Jl aire, I 11 m i ire Buying There Ur no nances vgj AT .11 fivn - vS.'! iMi In a chance PA riir 'C.aiV 'yico 'Plain,' nro tires of known, endurance II '..I u nuru TV. nf tl,m. Il!nvnt Card - 'Nabbv.' and proved tenrice and c As agent lor the heirs of Mrs Sallie B. Welsh, deceased, I will on mi'" today han anjr tlifi make of lire, that costs less lllicr mala of lira now or over. proof die cnniiitenl and persistent sales Increases of Unittd Slaltt Tiros. Your atprrirnce, loo, will prove tneir quality. r, montli-by-monl- pr United States Tires Ave Good Tires Every NtJ of Ptie and Vie v Nobby' 'Chain' 'Uico' 'Plain' Accrssu- ami , All rtm'.v lino nr.i: anil llrar Hi Mtt IIWli i f nttrtlfilatf lire. .NHifrm Tuesday, August 21st, 1917 ?2 sell at public auction, her late farm located one mile north of Bryantsville on the Lexington pike containing about 45 acres more or less. This is a well improved little farm, with nice residence, tobacco barn and fine orchard. The farm is well watered and is in close proximity to the best road in Garrard county, the yard coming out to the main thoroughfare. Possession of the farm will be given January 1st, 1918. At the same time and place will sell, four yearling mules, one brood mare Sale begins at 2:30 o'clock. with mule colt at side; one cow and calf. Terms of sale will be liberal and made known on that day. IM t llUimUillt"1' Complete Stock of United States Tires carried ?EX GARAGE, LANCASTER R. K. Swope, AT. Scott, Auct. Tho Agent, KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, tttit m SATURDAY, Jk a TTnmmmi As agent for D. C. Sanders, I will sell to the highest bidder, on AUG. 11th, 1917, at 2:30P.!M. his NEW MODERN DWELLING on Danville street in Lancaster, Ky. The lot is 66 by 200 feet and the dwelling consists of eight rooms and two halls, bath room complete with sewerage and septic tank. Electric lights and water works, cistern in back porch, front, side and back porches. Hardwood floors throughout the house. Good garden, barn, garage and other out buildings. This property Is modern and complete in every detail and must be seen to appreciated. be Will show the property at any time. Sold on easy terms. For further Information apply to v First White Flag of France. banner of the Virgin Mary, by Joan of Arc In her campaigns Juices For Jplly Making Kept Without borne In defense of the Dauphin, was tho Sugar Till Need For Them Arises. flag In French history. Fruit Jukes for use later In Jelly first white maklr;; can be Mcrillzod and liottled nltkjut sugar mill made into Jellies Oil From Shark Livers. at tlio housewife's convenience. Shark livers are used with those of cn.iblos tier to do with fewer the Tlili "dogtlh" for tho extracIas.-c-s mid to distribute her pur- tion of an Inferior grndo of oil, which Jell.. chases of sugar for Jelly making Is employed principally as nn applicatliroush tho year. .Moreover, with the tion to llsliermcn's boats and other bottled Juice die can make n creator wood exposed to tho wnter. Tho oil variety of Jellies, ns Jukes which will has a decidedly strong odor. It Is net Jell can be ut up when the fruit Hold locally In tins at an Is rlpo und combined later with fruits average price of $1.80 per tin. It has v. ;l Jell, or fruit ripening at differ that not been dlcmered that the skin of cut seasons can be combined. the shark Is used to any extent. In it Tor example, the Juice of strnwber-rli"- , dried form it has it small salo for use che-rlor pineapple can 1k kept In polishing or smoothing wood. without sugar and later, when apple aro plentiful, can bo made luto combination Jelly. Rich Booty Awaits Searchers. From the uusugarcd sterilized Juices Syria and other Fastcm countries of currants, apples, crabapples and nro known to be full of burled treascrapes, kept from nlno to eighteen ure concealed In tho soil by men who months, tlio bureau of chemistry. Unit fought In ancient wars nnd who never cil States department of agriculture, re. returned to recover their valuables. ccntly made Jellies of excellent texturo, Among the burled treasure elted are flavor and color. flvo shiploads of booty carried from To put up uusugarcd fruit Juices for Italy to Carthage In Northern. Africa Jelly making proceed exactly as If Jelly In 155, by (lenserlc; plunder valued wcro to bo made ut tlio time. Cook tlio at billions taken from Home by Alarlc fruits until they are soft mid strain In 108 nnd by Attlla, In 452, ns well ns out tlio Julco through o flannel bag. gold to the value of $'."0,000,000 burled Heat ami pour while hot luto bottles In Koine by government authorities lu previously scalded. Fill tho bottles full, tho fourteenth ceutury. leaving no nlr spuco between Julco and cork or seal. Flaco tho tilled sealed bottles on their sides lu water near tho boiling point and keep them lu the bath for about thirty minutes. Make turo that tho corked or sealed end Is under tho hot water. As boon C3 the bottles nro cool cover tho cork with a parallln seal. Thorough bterhizatlon LEXINGTON, mid sealing nro nbsolutely eucntlal to FRUIT SIRUPS. four-gallo- Goddess of Justice. In Greek myUiology Astrnea, daughter of Zeus and Themis, was tho goddess of Justice. She Is represented with a pair of bnlances In her hand und h crown of stars. She was tho last of nil the goddesses who left tho earth when the golden ago had passed nwny and men began to forge wenpons nud commit acts of violence. Child's Love of Music. When n child has shorn sufficient interest In music to wish to hear It, he should certainly be allowed to try and Imitate whnt he has heard, nnd Someto create music for himself. times n child of four or five shows more love for music than ono double that age. If they dcslro to listen and to learn, age makes little difference. Exchange. Cockades of French Revolution. The cockades of the French revolutionists were composed of tho red of the 1'aris commune und the blue of the ancient monarchy. In tho troubled times Just before the deposition and execution of Louis XVI, Lafayette, to signify the desire of the people for n reconciliation with their king, added the Itourhon while to the cockade. The tricolor as n national emblem was ndopted by tho convention In 101. i Bbut utttxhb mm KENTUCKY. success. To mako Jelly from tho sterilized Julco test Its Jelling quality, add the proper amount of sugar uud proceed us in making Jelly from freshly expressed Juice. Wedding Cake. Olio pound of butter, ono pound of pound black nugar, ono nud of flour, twelve eggs, six pounds of rulslus, 11 vo pounds of currants, ouo uud one-hal- f iwunds f citron, two of black molasses, two tea.cup-ful- s of wine, one cupful of brandy, two grated nutmegs, two tublespoonfuls of cloves, two tablcspooufuls of allspice, ono tublespoonful of cinnamon. Ileforo cutting tho citron boll It, then use tlio water tho citron was boiled lu to put of a la tho cako. Tho pound of flour Is used to roll tho fruit la. At tlio last add ouo gill of milk anil two tablcipoonfuls of baking pow- - ROUND TRIP FARE $1.55 VIA FROM JUNCTION CITY Southern Railway System. Tickets on sale, August 1. 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10 nnd 11. Return-Injtickets tfood to reach Junction City prior to midnight of August Mill. J, The Attractions. Interesting Agricultural Exhibition. The Products of War Time Gardens being featured. Th live stock display will bo the best ever oilered. A racing program in keeping with Lexington's fame for this fascinating sport. Ilaud concerts daily. Consult local ticket agent for tickets and detulled Information. SWINE BROAD, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. H. C. King, Division Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. Ucr. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9, 1917. A PRINCESS' CHOICE Br RUTH GRAHAM t L S1 so rich mill wus so p u. it i that nn alliance with Ills family ' .1 ruimlilpml desirable by nil the polentillos. The king Iinil one I, ' . daughter, who was of a niarriti u" nse, hut up tn flip time flu- - una tin , flit' Iiml been iy yenr nf awuy from (lie outaldi1 world, :.hut ti lu ti wins of flip pnliKf. Xo duo h. Hill seen her excepting her family and u llmttril suit of attendant. On her twentieth Mrthtl.iy her f.i Iher neiit n letter ti several iirlglili) r Hint his ilniigh-te- r Ins moimrchs would correspond with nny ni.m of royal blood suitable to lioconie her liu.i baml ninl that kIic would marry tomo one of these correspondents, ho was willing to innrry her. lie was not to tec her till nftrr he had'liceii delected for her consort, mid If nfter seeing her he was not uilnded to mar-r- y her he would he excused from do-lu- g so. A number of princes entered the lists and wrote letters to the prlnrcss. Most of them expatiated upon her teauty, which they had never seen, comparing D the full moon, to a fountain hi C Dg lu the fcunllght, to the fairest that hiul crcr grown upon the C Or. Wm. jrr win oncu n king who KDveriit Office, at llalney Lniicnstcr. D. Pryor, Stable. Kentucky Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. a Livery w riiun y - in. Olllce Hours j " o4 7u.Jp. Int W-- M. K. Denny and . A. Wheels Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Offlc. Moimct Hi nn. Miimom Hull iirnltiii. Htuir A Jtnde l.ANCASTKIt. . KENTUCKY, The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes OF for Men ami Hoys. Host by test. Every pair jiunrnnteed. t 6. C. COX, Manse,Ky re was one correspondent, signing himself Carolus, who did not refer to any physical beauty that the princess might possess or to other attributes, Rtich ns modesty, good sense or n kind heart. He wrote of Mich traits as he would value In n wife. "If you possess these," ho ndded, "you nrc n treasure to any man, but no man Is worthy of you." The princess threw the letters from those who Mattered without havlug seen her Into the wastebasket, but she was touched by tho one from this man who valued mental rather thnn phys leal traits. She replied to his epistle, staling that she was most affected by his placing a high value on n sympa thctic heart. She desired n husband who would ls sympathetic with her. ns she would sympathize with him. "rlnce Cnrolus believed he had 8.' the chord that would win him ti. rlncess. So he wrote her n second er o expatiating ujion teudernesj art, exalting It above all other ot Tli He was sure that If he mar rled her he would feel for her In nil rsom her troubles for even royal have them and he had no doubt that Blip would respond in kind. The princess was nbout to Invite I'rlpce Carolus to an Interview when a letter came from another roynl per fonnge who signed himself Alanthus. Alanthns said that, while be would gladly become the husband of n prlfr ress who would inherit a kingdom, ho must know licforo he entered the lists for her hand what drawbacks there might be concerning her. tie suspect ed from tho fact that a suitor would not be permitted to see her that thero was some physical blemish about her. Should such be tho case any man wild should meet her as a suitor would bo placed in an embarrassing position. A refusal to marry her after seeing her would put a slight upon her. Alan thus would not caro to be placed In such a position. If sho would assure him that thero was no physical blight Uio.. j,cr ue would then write her This letter caused tho princess ai'trt itate. ! ) nftcr Carolus had sent his let-- t the princess ho received n f of a youug woman, of wliiuo face was covered with a markdisfigurement. ed It wus u red and purplo birthmark. Carolus. naturally It was a likeness of the Inferred that princess. It ended tho correspondence between them, for ho never wrote her ugnlu. That sympathy for tho unfortunate which ho had spoken of so ' 'slvely did not stand tho test to li It had been put. hinlhus also received a portrait. It vsented u woman neither beautiful homely, though tho faeo was not t' 'Void of character. lie, too. Inferred that he had been sent n likeness of the princess. When he had mndo up his mint what to do In the mutter he wrote her u letter stating that he had received a portrait whlili he presumed to bp hers, that he had been favorably Impressed with It mid suggested that they meet uud get acquainted. The princess replied that they would correspond for awhile before lnec'lng lu order to loam of each TiMid, bad or Indifferent qualities. I'or K'Vcral months they wroto each ntl" , ninl then the princess sent u brief note stating that sho hud learned r thing about her sillier. He 1' r.vu himself u trim mini lu licto put himself lu u poltlon to it' to marry u woman becaum na- 0 :d laid upon her u physical I ': s'i. Sho npiioluted u limn for tho por-tr.- .. one-hal- Land,Stock,Crop Tuesday, August Wth9 191? at 10 o'clock a. m. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National llnnk. Ilesidence I'hono 3. Ollke 1'hone LANCASTER, KY. 27 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontuckv. acres of land to be sold in several tracts of 5, 10, 20 and 40 acres. Land fertile and mostly level. New seven room dwelling barn and other out buildings. 180 Paint Lick, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Possession at Once and Crops Included go with the Land THINK OFilT Dr. Printus Walker. Veterinary Surgeon. . Kentucky. lulls answered promptly, day or nijjht. Phone 301. 105 ACRES IN CORN, 10 ACRES IN TOBACCO, 20 ACRES IN Lancaster. HEMP, BALANCE IN MEADOW AND GRASS. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365,M .BUCKEYE, KY. This is the land of G. H. Hammond and C. B. King and known as part of the Samp Archer farm, located on the Gooch pike, 6 miles from Lancaster, H miles from Point Leavell on the L&N Railroad and the Lancaster and Richmond pike. At same time will sell 16 head of yearling cattle, 2 horses, milch cow, about 30,000 feet of new lumber and logs, a lot of farmings implements and household and kitchen furniture. This is an Absolute Sale to the Highest Bidder. For further particulars see the owners on the premises or OneDrop i - Bourbon Poultry Remedy A few drew In tho Urlnklrur water eurw IO.IIIIItltDICO..tulil,I. Sold by R. E. McKotierls. illtrrluica.caolrra ami nthpr chick . IS iralliMit of imxllcliie. At flriiir-- W , nM.orlirin.il lartinM. Vtlu-ab- le i.iuHry Uuk tnw cjii ruiuoU. !Y2 iUv ' HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. SWNEBBQAD The Seal Estate Man, Lancaster, 9 Ky Terms Announced at Sale. ' Dinner Served. oth-er'- SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Aug 2th Southern Railway System I Following Round Trip Fares in effect Jrom 1 meeting. Alanthus went to tho pulaco expect-In- ; to sco tho woman whoso likeness had been sent him. IIo met u different lenou. When tho princess appeared he wus thrilled. Klio was. radiantly beartlful. The princess murrled Alanthus, who turned out to bo a young king who had Just acceded to his throne, thus uniting lu time thu two kingdoms. At tho wedding I'rlneo Carolus appeared, and when be saw that tho princess bad teat him another portrait than her own ho remonstrated with her. "Did cot your highness prove," she cald, "that your boasted sympathy was unsullied I" Danville, Ky. to via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit Round Tlip Touiut Ftrcs fioni Lincuttr $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Louisville Shelbyville Harrodsburg .. $1.25 ,$ .50 and NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 Simitar reductions to all local stations between Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to dale oj sale. Danville Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts In the East and North RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until i .. .5:30 P. M. Vuriablc route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adirondack, LakcChamplnln, and other cities and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic ana breac Lake otcamers. For particular., rate, folders, etc., apply C. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent for further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. This Agreement Witnesseth, That in order to protect tlio unnitt on our lumh for n period of three yenm we biml ournelves not to limit thereon, nor permit iinjliody else to do so, and wo further iiree to prosecute with a J i Ki'neo all persons who vnilato the Hume laws of Kentucky or trespnai upon our lunilH for the purposo of hunting. Am we further iiKree to act ns Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of out thia iiKreemcnt. Kxcept unch of us huvu (he right to Kill' rnhliits on our Tonus or permit it to lie done by another under our supervision, or thu supervision of some responsible anil reliuhle person selec'td by us. Tills November 15th, 1915. It. I.. Klkiu, J, V.. Kobinson, J no. M. l'urra, W. II, Ilrown, V II. llurton. Alex Walker, Ilanelden Ilros., T. A. Klkln, F. M. Tinder, J. II. Didton, John II, .Smith, Uigan Hubble, .1. N. Itoss. (i. M. Deshnn, Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox, Hughes llrus. J. W, Sweeney, Withers Ilros. W. M. Mahun. William, Marcus and Jim White, 11. F. Wllmot, J. 1), l'ope, Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, J, V. Klmore, W. Cook, T. C. Hankln. HulTman Ilros, Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson, T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. li. Moss It. K. Henry, Jno. M. White, A. D. llradshaw, llright Herring. It. L. Darker. Scott Huffnian Wm. and Lizzlo Onstott. I. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9. 1917. l l l I I For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values Voderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. i $ Great $10,000 Saddle Horse Stake For 1917 -- Kentucky State Fair ATTENTION II I I Owners and Breeders Throughout the Country Interested In President Cohen's Ambitious Enterprise. FARMERS For the next i 30 I any OR 300 flGR&S location, adaptation or improvements consult the I I (!) thirty days, we are making special prices on I I fh D. A. Thomas Real Estate I 1 ROOFING, BOXING, NAILS, ETC. FRAMING, AGENCY. DC Buy nowjas prices this fall are sure to be higher. 1z DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM A. H. Bastin & Son As- IS COMING TO THE FRONT t Uight now tins Country is calling for men of stout hearts It needs them to keep Old (ilory triumphant anil sound bodies. anil unsullied in lliu air. else could ib, th We carry H. W. Johns Manville Famous bestos Roofing. The exigency now confronting u emphasizes, a' nothing lrnwrtnnCf of good health, both ns an Imli vi Jual national msct. HERMAN STRAUS RICHLIEU & SONS' CO. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody shout J guard their health as n priceless When you fiml yourself running down nntl not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody nt times. You ought to come to Nature's relief nnd tako n course of COM-CEL-SA- R KING, 1916. LEVY BROTHERS' CUP. CUB ' Two of the nrray of trophies offered In tho great $10.0(10 five galled saddle horso stake nt tin. fifteenth nntitllll Kentucky Statu Kalr, the week of Sept. 10, uro tnagnlUcent silver cups donated of agriculture and, by virtue of this nllUe, president of tho Kentucky Statu Pair, has secured n JKU") flvc galtcd saddle horse stako fur tho 1U17 Kentucky State l'alr to be heM lu Louisville tbu week of Sept. by the two leading mercantile establishments of Louisville In their lines, the Levy ltrothers' Clothing company and the It, Straus & Sons' Co. department store. I WHITE SWAN Lejially limirantveil to satisfy you, or tncney hark) If you'll do thai, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent luck horn for Isck of red blosl when you ur.swer Uiu call of the colors. "()I Ci:i.-SAsells nt One Dollar tor threee bnxes, legally guaranteed for the ntonach, liver, M.lnt'r, lxvls, bladder, blood anil indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SC1KNCK SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar. 3 bars i'lc. Try our COWIIOY LINIMENT, for all l'air.s, bruises, burns, etc. 2!? and dOc bottles. HON. .MAT S. COIIL'N, The prize money donated aisl set lasldu In this das Is as follows: t STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dukoto 3?'i-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Ilroadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. DC DC DC This Summer Where? ASHEV1LLE CALLS YOU Win Calls you to an Ideal vacation high up In the mountains of Western North Carolina. Days full of Interest, , . c. . t i. c i ii i.i . activity anu puu niiu ui iciic.umik luimuu atiu 1711 lV solid tleen. r. Renew your health In the clear, cool mountain air. Go camping In the woods climb the peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving and motoring. Dig, fine hotels or quiet. Inexpensive places, whichever you prefer. Let ui qiioet you ttic lowrit rourtj trip time l.bUt.liirr.turc and .tltr.vcl Intorruitlon. en nc.icit .sent ur wtitc 11. Cll rhocnlx Hotel Uldg" US East Main St. Lexington, Ky. C KING, Division Passenger Agent W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllce riu.no 18. Residence Phone 33. How Prixo Money le Divided. One thousand dollars to the horso winning tlrst prize. JiKH to the horso winning second prize, S3T5 to the horse winning third prize and $VJ to the horvc winning fourth prize. In addiUM.V to the first prize of $l,ouu the sad- Commissioner Cohen, with the unan- tion jdle stallion proving champion of the imous Inildrselient and enthusiastic , support of the members of the state country lu Ills eias.t will receive a stcr-ling silver ci'p. on which will bo board of agriculture, was untiring in "Championship of Amerlcn for bin efforts to secure the Interest and live galtcd saddle stallion, any age," of hvrsc owners and breed, i which will lo valued at $2.V). era throughout the country, nnd his and On plans were imn ned wl'i splendid suc- mare Tuesday night of l'alr week the division of the saddle horse stake cess. Kroui nearly every" city of any will be shown under the same condisize In tho I'nlted States letters have with the same amounts and iwurrd In upon the commissioner eulo- tions and rings. gizing his 'brilliant achievement uud divisions as In the stallion Wednesday tho cummnidlng the vitalizing effect of geldings will nightplace exhibition of In Identically take such a iroJ(ct uon the horse Interests the same manner and wkh the mime of Uiq country. divisions. World Will Look to America. Saturday night tlie grand finale of The commissioner lias made It known the horse show will take place, when that tills very motive Inspired htm In the four champions of America In liLs efforts for this gigantic prize list, their particular iox clashes meet to as 1C Is his firm tellcf that at the close compete for fJ.mo In prize money and of tlio present disastrous and exhaust- the title of grand champion of Amering war all foreign nations will look ica, The money In the grand cham-- ' to America for foundation stock and ptonshlp event will be divided the same ucw blood and that this uatlosfthould as In the sex classes, and, lu addition, prepare for the demand. At pKeut he the winner wlU receive a sterling sildeclare that tho breeding opcruttous ver trophy known and Inscribed as the of this country bare ceased to an "Grand Championship of America for alarming extent and that Just such In- live galtcd saddlo stallion, mare or spiration as this hitherto unheard of gelding of any age." stake Is necessary to arouse the horseJudges Carefully Picked. men and breeders of the L'ultcd States. Kntrlcs tir theso stakes will close Entrance Ft Waived. Aug. J, and all nominations should be r, In addition to tho magnitude of the sent In Immediately to Fount T, prize money, the fact that uuy entrance secretary of thu Kentucky State fee Is waived and tho horso owner or Pair, ltcpubllc building, Loutsvljlc. breeder privileged to enter an many Three Judges will be selected to prc-sld- o animals as he cares to noiulnato free in these rings, the officials to be of chargo and that stable room and named by thu Stute Hoard of Agriculbedding are provided by the State l'alr ture of Kentucky, the State Hoard of without cost to tho owner U certain to Agriculture of Missouri und the State attract the attention of the entire Hoard of Agriculture of California. horso world and to make the live galtetl Tills guarantees Judges of the highest saddlo horso events of tho 101 Ken- Integrity, ability and nation wide tucky State 1'atr the uiost sensational among horsemen and officials saddle horso affair of the age. emluently well Bulled to servo la tho Tho battle royal for tho flO.omi In Host spectacular und Important horso prizes will open Monday night, Sept. eveut tho world hna ever known. 10, with u grniid prize total of f:',.") l'or catalogue or information address offered tbo live galtcd saddle stnlll.m of rnunt T. Kreuicr, Secretary Kentucky any age wbo bears off the champion Stale Kalr, Suit 001 ltcpubllc Building, ship honors of America lu hW se. clusi Louisville, Ky. We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and flour Mills and are running every day. We have 'an expert miller with us and are turning out as good Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & Hicks. r J i oMen Serving The Colors. t 5EE,Ve offer free our Sat Deposit service to men in the training camps or at the front, llefore leaving home, every man should bring his valuables or 'important papers, keepsakes, correspondence and other precious possessions to this Dank and we will arrange the space for keeping them safe during the owner's absence; without charge. There is always danger of loss, when valuables are kept at home. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, U. V. HUDSON. KV. r. H0LSTEINS PROMINENT STATE AT FAIR J. J. WALKEIi, Vice Prest. President. W. O. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jk W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. KENTUCKY BIG SHOW FOR WOMEN PLANNED FOR STATE FAIR ON ROLL OF HONOR. Prize Money Doubled For' Iho "Stars of the Show." Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-- F or 83. . Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Ilolstelus will bo one of the most classes In tho Ix'ef enttlo department of the coming Kentueky HlntP l air, to lie held In Loulsvlllo tho week of Pept. 10. Tho prize list for lids breed of efficient dairy performers has lieen doubled nnd now represents he Interesting sum of $S00. All of the classes throughout the beef cattle department have been largely Increased, but tho llolstcln aggregation bids fair to lie thu "stars of the show," A model dairy In operation U promised Incorporated. as an adjunct to the dairy cattlo exhibition, and there will bo new features of scientific dairy management marking tbo cattlo exhibit of the fifteenth State l'alr. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention annualcatalogue or Kor Information address T. Kretner, Becretary Kentucky Fount State Kalr, Suit 604 HcpubUa Building, prominent Louisville, Ky, One of the Most Creditable Exhibits In the Entire Gigantic Display, Ilusy housewives and experts lu arts and crafts arc taking ndrantagc of every moment In preparation for tho !. I. ....!.. ,i,t. .l.n...l.... nual Kentucky Stnto l'alr, to bo held i In Louisville the week of Sept. 10. Tho Woman's department U natural-- ' ly the most Interesting portion of tho Statu Fair to womankind ami Is likewise ono of tbo most crcdltnblo exhibitions In tho entire gigantic display. Tho entry list for this department will close Aug. 2T, and a "hurry up call" Is Issued by Kentucky Stato Fair Secretary l'omit T. Kreuicr, Suit OM ltcpubllc building, Louisville. For catalogtio or Information address Fount T. Kremer, Becretary Kentucky Btate l'alr, Butt 004 Itepubllc llulldlng, Draw A Check li.itl. for the money yon owe nntl note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Girrard Bank & Trust Co. buslresa like wsy. Uetter They know ho Is doing business in open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. Louisville, Ky. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9" !9I7. - This war Is "Gojl's laundry" Mrs. Last week while working on the gat Mary J. Lamb, ot Chicago, who has nge of Hasclden Bros, Jim Jones, a given three of her four sons to the well known colored workman of the Will Cone To Garrard. nrmy nnd navy, said In n letter which city, was seriously Injured by a falling J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Members of every church in the city was before n Chicage exemption board concrete block which struck him on the back. Ho is confined to his home and recently. R. L ELKIN. Locnl Editor and Mgr. composed tho congregation which heoril "I asked for a special permit for my Is improving slowly. Sunday morning the farewell sermon son who was in college who has completed sixteen-year-ol- d toured it lb. Toil Ofllcc In Unoilir, Kr of Dr. B. A. Dawes ten vears as pastor of tho Baptist and enlisted him ill the marine corps on SISTER IS SLAIN Reconl Cln Mull Mullcr. Dr. Dawes' resignation was April 1," wrote Mrs. Lamb. church. "Another son is also in tho marine Member Kentucky Press Association accepted several weeks ago but It did AND HER HOSBAND Very low rnilrond rates, good nny day from August not take effect until Sunday. His ser corps and a third in the army. 11 "A fourth son's greatest sorrow is I tli t mon was an earnest nnd forceful one tli. The round trip rntc from Lmicnstcr to LexEighth District Publishers League. WOUNDED FATALLY and touched the hearts of those in the that ho is too young, and only n quarington is $1.80. Shelby-Cit- y he termaster in tho Scaroh cadets of Notre In his opening remarks audience. On Ike Shelby's farm, in tin Lancaster, Kr., August 9, 1917 Great Race Meetings Ererjr Daj. Finest Vegetable Exhibit in the South stated that ho wanted to bring n few Dame University, rcction nf Lincoln county, last me disgusted with woman- Thursday night, John Williams Murphy conwords of comfort nnd cheer to the "It makes Shows. closing prayer he ask- hood to hear so many selfish mothers shot and killed his sister and Mortally, Band Rates For Political Announcements gregation. In a Jenkins. I ed for divine guidance for the church voice their tenors. No mother loves wounded her husband, Alb-- rt Ballet For Precinct and Clt'v OIIl:es . . .$ 6.00 in selecting his successor. Dr. Dawes her family more than I do, but I look Murphy Is in jail, nnd says Jenkins 10.00 came "or County'Offices For catalogs nnd entry blanks, nlso jeason tickets, 2. came to his home while drinking and here from Louisville in 1907 to upon this war ns God's laundry." 15.00 For State and District Offices.... take up his duties as pastor of the started trouble. Ills wifo was with good for any day nnd transferable, apply to 10 For Calls, per line him nnd in the shooting that followed, Baptist church biicI since that time lias POLLARD. 10 For Cards, per line stamped his personality upon cvervone Murphy says, he nccidently killed his For all publications in the inter-e- st On Friday morning at eight o'clock, sister. Murphv is a married man with in Georgetown with whom he has had of individuals or exprescontact. He has been professor of the at the home of his sister, Mrs. Joe two children, and his sister leaves sion of individual views, per Bible at the College for several years Kelley, In Danville, the kind and loving three, all small. 10 line and is known as one of the prominent spirit of Robert Bright Pollanl passed 05 Obituaries, per line i. CARTERS V1LLE. Bible students of the State. His absence from this earthly home to that beautl of local ful realm of peace and happiness. will be mourned by hundred visited her aunt, Mrs. Robert Green He was operated on about two weeks citizens and by students at tho College DEMOCRATIC TICKET who hac been Instructed by him. Dr. ago, nt the Danville Hospital for a Mrs. S. M. Davis last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Itoop entertained Dawes nnd his family will leave in the complication of diseases with the hope I winter for their farm in Garrard county, of his ultimate recovery, but all that a number of friends. Sunday. medical skill and loving relatives could which will be their future home.- Mr. Jake Jennings let t last weak for do was of no nvail. Georgetown News. Danville III, where he expects to spend Robert was one of the best young the summer. men in the Hubble neighboihood, of Miss Eva Mcrrvman visited her sis TO THE CITIZENS OF good christian character, industrious ter Mrs. F. A. Green trom Saturday and popular with whom he was thrown. until Sunday. For Senator. GARRARD COUNTY. He was eighteen years old at the time Mrs. S. M. Davis and Mrs. Robert of his death, and while it is hard to Green visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin; JAY HARLAN For some time before the expiration sec a young man taken in the prime of Green last week. of the time limit fixed for filing peti- his life yet we know his loved ones loss RepresentatWe. Mr. and Mrs. James Clark and Mr. tions to become a candidate before the is his eternal gain. and Mrs. J. B. Davis visited Mr. and J. HOGAN BALLARD. primary, a number of representative He is survived by his parents Mr. Mr;. Sam Davis last Sunday. citizens of our county urged me to be- and Mrs. H. C. Pollard, together with Connty Judge. Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Williams who . on the Republican come a candidate five sisters and two brothers to whom has been visiting his mother. Mrs. C. A. D. FORD. ticket for the office of County Judge. and sincere sympathy goes out in F. Jennings returned home last week. deep At first it seemed to me that I could this hour of trial. His sisters arc; Sheriff. Mrs. Buth Davis and children and not afford to enter the race, as I am Mrs. J. D. Hatcher and Mrs. Lon no politician and do not feel that I de- Bourne of Lancaster. Mrs. Joe Kelley Bev. J. M. UoHnson were pleasant K. WALKER. A. sire to become one, but after watching of Danville, and Misses Agnes and guests of Mrs. Susie Itenfro, Sunday. County Attorney. the trend of political events in our Alice Pollard of Hubble, the two broth Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Todd and chil County, and with absolutely no desire were the GREEN CLAY WALKER. ers are Messrs F,rank and Jim Pollard dren and Mrs. Uobert Green for any personal gain whatever, I de- of Hubble. pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. cided to enter the race, in order that County Court Clerk. Interment took place in the Lancas Davis last Sunday. if elected I may be of some service in ter cemetery Sunday afternoon. Kcv. Uoblnson filled his regular ap W. A. DOTY. . giving to our county as best I know pointment at Carters chapel last Sathow, a strictly business administration. urday and Sunday. There was a large For Jailer. CANNING ACTIVITIES. Realizing the grave responsibility that crowd in attendance. DAVID ROSS. V5 this office holds for any man who fills r The work of canning fruits and vegeit, and knowing that the citizens of our tables goes on throughout the State COY Assessor. county are deeply interested therein, I apparently without cessation. ' will briefly state the position I take on E. B. RAY. Mrs. Amanda Clouae is very sick. The two weeks canning campaign, some of the questions that I believe conducted at the Western Ftato Normal Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter wereju County School Superintendent. are of the most interest to our people School in Bowling G teen the past month, guests of Miss Nancv Long Sunday at I ti.day. MISS JENNIE H1GG1NS. was highly successful, and members ot Cottonburg. As I believe the subject of road main I Miss Catherine Bourne of Danville is J JjJ the classes are now extending tho in tcnance and improvement is the most struction in communities. Coroner. the attractive visitor of Miss IVachie important question that confronts our Mae Sanders. A most successful period of canning, S. H. ANDERSON fiscal court at the present time, and be covering two weeks, was held at the Mr. Ike Duncan and familv were if the administration of State Normal School at Richmond Ky visitors of Mr. Everett Dunean and lievinc that Magistrate District No. 1. system is used as a political also our road under direction of Miss Davis, dur familv. Sunday. J. II. CLARK. asset, no real improvement can ever be ing the first part of July. This was Mrs. IVachie Grow of Judson was effected. Therefore, I pledge you that followed by a week of classes in drying week-en- d Magistrate District No. 2. visitor of her sitter, Mrs. and give you back pounds of Flour, if I am elected your County Judge, the and "evaporating" fruits and vegeta Marv A. Sanders. LOGAN ISON. entire road system of our County, will bles, and the "community canning" 7 and 19 pounds of Wm. Moberlv and lamiiy were visit-j- j be taken entirely out of politics, and work was inaugurated, to continue Nich- Magistrate District No. 3. that every dollar appropriated for th throughout the remainder of the sum ors of Mrs. Charlie Mitchell near Storage Free to Customers. JOHN S. HAM. purpose, will go for the actual work of mcr. The community canning activi' olasville, recently. upbuilding our roads, and not into th Flour in sacks or barrels. Deposit -- 3? are conducted thus; Any house, ties Magistrate District No. 4. pockets of protessional politicians, and holder with an excess of fruit or veg. your Wheat with us for flour, Hudson, I J. M. METCALF. vote getters, in the various precincts etables is invited to bring the products Hughes &nd Farnau. of our county. Uev, C. C. Huston began a series of, ,m to the Normal School, and they will be That all contracts for work on our meetings nt Scotts Fork Tuesday night. LA Old Dominion Portland Ce- roads shall be let with wide open doors, canned on the shurcs. the householder Specify Every one is cordially invited ment in your contracts. It is the best. or better still Defor the Court House furnishing only the containers. The Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian and supply of canned goods secured by the For sale by Hudson, Hughes & door, that the public may know exact guests school will be stored away to provide son, Holman, were the week-en- d business is handled. ly haw their of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Layton of Nina. the dormitories next winter. That every contract shall be let to About 125 student of the jummvr Miss IVachie Mae Sanders attended the lowest bidder, regardless of who school were enrolled in the canning OUR PARK. a house nartv at the home of Misses he may be, or to what party he may classed at Richmond. Emma and Bessie Bay Sanders last "Breathes there a mtn with soul so belong, said bidders to give sufficient The Normal School garden coverf week In Madison county. dead, who never to himself hath said bond to secure the performance of five acres, and is maintained by the A. T. Sanders Bold to V. A. Lear, 1 This is my own Park". Yes thjspretty their contract, and a competent road agricultural department of th school. heifer, price 71c J. O. Hardin and little spot is claimed by all of us now, Supervisor will see that all work is Tho school at Berea, which has an Mrs. Nannie Moberly sold to same and we forget the cold water throwers done according to specifications, and enrollment of 1,300 boarding pupils, ex- party some cows for 6c per lb. who said, dogs would lie in it and cat- both, roads and Supervisor will bu un pects to can 20,000 gallons of fruit und tle run thru it and boys play in it and der the strict supervision of your Fis vegetables this season. One building eat water melon in it. No one has so cal Court. PAINT LICK is ilovoted entirely to canning, and a little civic pride as to desecrate it in Should I be elected, politics will play canner", which has a capacity of 150 Mrs. Oscar Haminack was host at un any way and all are proud of it Mr. no part in any judicial act of your gallons u day, will be secured tt very elegant dining on Sunday. John Stormes Is Custodian of the Park, County Judge, for it Beems to me that and the canning will bo seeing that the flowers are watered during this serious period through low prices, Miss Marv Lear is the guest of friends done there and the fruit conveyed back and taken care of, the crass cut and which we are passing all partizanship in Lexington and Louisville. for which we all owe him a vote of slioulii bo laid aside und only efficiency, to Berea. Mrs. It. II. Led ford is nt home after thanks. Every 'stranger who comes and economy, in the conduct of our a visit to her parents in Va. A WORD FOR 'HELLO' GIRLS thru town remarks upon its beauty, public affairs should be our aim. Lexington Mr. James Kucker of which is truly the bright snot in our If elected I will do all in my power I sat in the the central ollicu of a spent Sunday with the home folks. humdrum life thece torrid days. to reduce the indebtedness of our telephone company and watched the Mrs. Clarence Todd of Richmond is County, und also to avoid the Incum operators ut their work. I heir eyes tho guest of Miss Chastlne Rucker. brance of any other debts. At this wero fixed on the board noting the CALL BY NUMBERS. Miss Isabella West of Lexington Va, tune when the people uro demunding, numbers as the calls came, while their Several new operators have recently und rightly so, as I believe, that w fingers flew in making the connections. Is tho guest of Miss Elizabeth Eldridge. Miss JeaneUn Eldridge Is the guest been put on duty in the Telephone ex- have temperance men to fill the various At times one would be behind in keep change which necessitates that all pa- offices of our county, 1 only ask you ing up with the calls but not a second of Mrs. Julius Rouse ut 1'ayncs Depot trons when wishing connection must to look to ray past life as an index of was lost in effort to reach the waiting Miss Nell Rico left Friday for a visit ask for the number wanted and not the what you may expect of the future. one. to relatives in Colorado and name of the party. You will find a It is needless for me to state that I I said to myself: "Never more will I directory at or near your phono and if favor County, State, and Nation-wid- e Lyman and Gordon White of Mt. Dcfore you decide oa any wagon, examine- the Columbus. Strongly get impatient when central docs not you don't remember the number want- prohibition, und at ull times will use answer promptly. She may be racing Carmel III, are guests of Mrs. Woods built of tho bcit possible material the Columbus wagon Klvca the most ed, consult tho directory, they are all every Influence In my power in secur- as fast as her fingers can carry her to Walker. tatisfactory service for the longest period of years. There Is no secret la listed there alphabetically and easily ing same, and In enforcing any such my call." Ask for Old Dominion, the genuine tho notedly loos life of tho Columbus wagon. It Is tho result of tho located. Only three numbers are not lawa that may be pasted. methods employed In construction. Thcro Is no wood In this wsgon We go to the doctor and wait our Portland Cement, for sale by Hudson, In tho new directory, which uro Sam Will ulso promise yuu that If elected, turn, go to the theatre window, bar-b- er Hughes & Farnau. under shelter from one to two years. Which has not teen air-driTho Luncaster no liquor known to me will ever enter Carpenter, No 3D0-Miss Mary Mod has returned to her Tho axles and tho spokes of tho wheels aro hickory; tho hounds, shop or voting booth; but if central Roller Mills. No SC. and Mr Griggs No. my ofllce. bolsters and sandboards aro oak, and tho bottom of the box is straight does not answer in five seconds we home In Danville after a months visit 347-Operators are instructed to anI expect to mako a clean, straight want to know if she's asleep or reading to Mrs. J. B. Woods. Grained flawless pine. Thcso are just a few examples of tho care which is only, which saves both fight for this election, and if the poliswer by numW taken (o mako this wagon as reliable as possible. The result Is that tho a book. Miss Annie Wallace of Macon Ga., time' and trouble to the operator, as cies outlined here meet with your Columbus wagon Is unbeatablo in reliability' and endurance. Come in Let us remember, "there are others" bcon the guest of Mrs. J. L. Francil they would have to look up the number. nq matter to which party you and wait our turn. The continued beat and M. II. L. Wallace. and examine it (or yourself.,. We know you will bo pleased. Sveral operators have taken sick In may belong, your support Is earnestly ing of bells on ths ear drum is hard on I .T , ,. . r El The Red Cross,, Society will meet the last few days und their places have solicited, ant will be deeply appreciated. the nerves. Be more patient and pleas o'clock every Monday afternoon at been filled with others not familiar with FOREST STAPP. ant at the 'phone If you would bo just at the Christian church. the .work here. to the telephone girl. Geo W. Bain. 2t Mrs. Leila Baker, who has been the FOR SALE:-Thoroug- h bred Poland them a little time and rememGiro Crimson Clover, Timothy seed, Buck guest of Mrs. R. G. Woods has return who are calling for china gilt. Will sell cheap. Call at this ber there aw others Ky. Fhone d to her home in Detroit. office. Wheat. Hudson, Hughe & Farnau, connections beilda you. The Central Record incorporated, $1.00 a year. sued Weekly. DR. DAWES DELIVERS A PATRIOTIC MOTHER. SERIOUSLY. HURT. FAREWELL SERMON BLUE BRASS FAIR LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. August 6th to nth Rutherford's Creater Thavln's andGrandOperaCo. Imperial Russian DENNY B. GOODE, Secty 110 VOLT LAMPS You will need them with the new current. 40 TO 225 WATT i McRobertsDrugStore NOTICE TO FARMERS Will Grind Your Wheat For s j 35 Cents a Bushel 40 straight Patent, 33 Bran. is Leslie T. Bradsiiaw. Nv Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus i Becker & Ballard. 27. Bryaatsvllle, The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9, 1917. See The Culii Packer in Front Gossip About f OF J. R. MOUNT & CO'S STORE. I The best farm implement mndc. Let us sell you n TRACTOR PLOW. I Come hi mid Act it Mower mid Rnke before they ndvnnce. rcopic Brief Mention of the Coming) and Goings liy Thou Wt Arc inttrtited In. A Mr. Walter' Elkin of taxlngton Is here for a visit to Mr. Allen Johnson. Hon. George Farris of Frankfort, came up for the primary Inst Saturday Miss Katherinc Ham has returned to her home In Somerset after a visit to Miss Flossie Tribble. Mr. Steve Walker, now with the International Harvester Co, was nt home for few days Inst week. VOU'LI. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, FOIt SALE; and buggy. Call Ladles 47S-- driving horse or this olllce. Agents for John Decrc Implements. Miss Mary Manuel hns been visiting, J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Miss Charlie Elmore has her mother at Crab Orchard. Mr. "Hilly" Swop of l,exlngton is from Lngrange where she guest of Miss Caroline Allen. in our midst visiting relatives. returned was the WANTED: Young horses to break to ride and drive, also balky horses. Hufus Moss. Phonn 63-1llryantsvllle, Ky. WANTED:-T- o exchange Piano on Player Piano, for good road horze. Luther D. Ford, Lancaster, Ky. r.M.S. HATFIELD 31C DENTIST. Mr. Alex Collier Kav of Ixiuinville, Miss I'olly Reynolds has returned home after a visit to relatives at Wil- has been visiting friends nnd in the countv for the past week. de.!. Miss Sara Margaret Heane, of WinMiss llox' Cardncr, of Louisville, la the charming guest of Miss Margaret chester, is tho attractive guest of her brother, Mr, and Mrs. Hob Heane. Cook. Mr It. S. West, of Hutlcr, Ga and Mr. and Mrs. George McHoberts and lletsy Margaret, lire with Mr. and Mrs. Mr John Musselwlute, of Reynolds, fin. are guests this week of Mr W. H. Cook Hurnsidc , Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Arnold have reMiss Nancy Manuel has returned from turned to their home In Frankfort after . a delightful visit to her a delightful visit to Lancaster relatives at Crab Orchard. Misses Essie and Margaret Conn are Dr. and Mrs. Jack Cnscy of Stanford are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. spending two weeks with their grand-parentsgrand-mothe- r, STRAYED: From my home July 17th, block sow, with hair off both sides Return and get rewind. Catherine Ely. I'aint Lick. Ky. FOIt SALE: Auto, Moline Roadster, In good condition, also good driving mare, Nominated for Jailer has no onnosi gentle tor lady to drive, and u good tion in thu final race, which makes his stepper. Cull or see, Dr. H.J. Patrick "calling and election sure," Paint Lick, Ky. "UNCLE DAVE" ROSS M V LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. t.G THE TO MY DEMOCRATIC 3 It. II. Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong of Chicago, are the guests of her sister, Mrs. W, II. Smith nt Hvnttsvllle. Miss Etta Smith has returned home from a pleasant stny with her aunt, Mrs. McAfee nt Marcellus. HUPMOBILE AND Mr. J T. Manuel anil family of 1'reacnersvillu spent Sunday with his ister. Mrs. Charlie Ilairlem. Mrs. V. A. I'rice was hostess at a six o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. Henry Lioyd and Mrs. Frozce. Mrs. Eliza Frnzee and Mrs. Henry I.loyd have joined I'rof. I.loyil here and have rooms with Miss Allie Dunn. The Misses Sprague, who have heen charming guests of Miss Margaret Cook, have returned to their home in Louisville. Acres, will sell (50) acres With a heart full of gratitude I wish in one track, or(HG2-10- ) with improve to thank those who supported me in the ments, primary for the nomination for County N. H. 1100IE Judge. I aporeciata the work you did Lexington, Ky. for me and desire to impress upon you Itcv. F. M. Tinder has returned from the further fact that I am a Democrat POLAND CHINAS C. A. Arnold. Union City, Madison county, where he and always will be. Big Type males. Weight about 125 just closed a successful protracted has pounds, pure bred, at $20.00 if taken meeting. HARLAN WINS. In July 1017. O. K. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Sutton, and 1 7 Lancaster. Ky. The Senatorial race became very exMesdames Joe Robinson and Frank citing during the two dava following Marksbury motored to Lexington Tucs the primary lust Saturday before it was MONEY TO LOAN. day for the day. definitely known who was the winne r I have in my hands us Master Com Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Arnold returned so close was the ruce between Harlan missioner the sum ot Three Thousand to their home at Uirmingham last week and Kuutrmuu. Harlan curried his after a short stny with Mr. and Mrs, home county by 1,038, while Kauffman Six Hundred Dollars ($3C00.) to loan. J. G. Hurnside. carried Garrurd by S82, Lincoln by 12 Will loan in one sum or small sums. write or phone me nf once. Mrs Lucy Arnold spent a few days Mid Casey by by 1 lti, leaving a majoriW. II. UltOWN. Master Com in the city last week, on "her return ty of 58 for Harlan. Nearly 7,000 votes missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. from Springfield where she had been were polled in this race. the guests of friends. Mrs. Amelia Koss ut llnmirmck (ICC FRIENDS "FAmFfOR SALE" Mrs. W. O. Foster and daughter, of Hartsclle, Ala, were guests of their grand-fatheMr. A. It. Denny, this week. 13. DODGE BROS CAR Arcade KINNAIKD Garage BROS., Managers. Go. II Normally ii 's i 31 ICt The " Ice Cream Parlor. Candies. NUNNALLY'S I desire to express my sincere thanks to the democrats of my home county for so splendidly supporting me in my race. I of course regret that I did not win this race but I have no feeling of or blame for the people of my home county. You did all and more than I could have asked or expected and if I never receive an office at your hands 1 will always feel grateful to you for what you have done. I also want to thank others who were interested in my behalf but were not voters in this primary. It is indeed gratifying to knew that one is thought well of at home where he is known. We have in the person of Mr. Ilarian u fine gentleman ami I know we will all do what we unt. Cook, at her pretty country home in can to help him win in November. West Lancaster. Stanley Herron, who recently enlist' II. Clay KuulTman, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson and Miss ed at Fort Thomas nnd is now an am' bulancc driver in the Medical Corps Joan Mount motored from Howling FINE YIELD OF WHEAT. (ireeu Saturday and are with Mrs. J. and stutioned at Syracuse, N. Y. writes It. Mount. Mr. Wilson will bo at Lex interestingly to his parents, Mr. and Mr. G. A. Howling, of lower Garrard Mrs. Luther Herron of this city, and is delivering this week his crop of ington this week. Mr. James C. King of Norman Okla, Mr. A. J. .Manuel of Crnli Orchard hat heen here visiting his chi'drrn, Mrs together with his daughter, Mrs. S. H, Chas Ilaicrlein. Mrs. W. II. Hall and Henley and children are guests of Mr, and Mr.. L. C. King in the Hubble Mr. L. Manuel. neighborhood. Mrs. Chas Davis and pretty little Miss Alice Dale uurr of Nashville, is daughter, of Chattanooga Tenn, are here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. a charming nnd attractive visitor of Miss Annie Catherine Arnold, at the Eliznbeth Joseph. home of the latter grand-parentMr. Misses Avis and Neva Adams of and Mrs. J. G. Hurnside. Sublette Illinois, are attractive guests Mr. Ennis I'erkinsreturnedhGeorgc of their aunts, Mrs. l.ucy Henderson town last week Buttering with un at and Miss Sallie Adams. He is one of the tack of indigestion. Miss (Catherine Harris has returned mainsprings of this office and we hope to her home in Stanford, having been for him a speedy recoveiy. called there by the illness ot her father Mr. and Mrs. Walton E. Moss nnd Mr. J. Itandolph Harris. children and Miss Cora Moss, ot Dur Little Misses Mary Arnold, of Rich ham, N. C. left Wednesday for several mond and Dorthy Susan Newland of days motoring trip to Frankfort, Camp Stanford are the attractive little guest Kavanaugh and Louisville. of Mi in Florence Johnson. Lieut. J. M. Casey and Mrs Casey Misses I,ois l'owell of Itichmond. and arc guests of the latters parents Mr Anne Melvin of Tennessee, who have and Mrs It. H. Wilkinson. Lieut Casey been attractive guests of Miss Kdna has only recently received his commis have returned home. llcrkele, sion and will probably be assigned to Miss Edith C. Moore nnJ Henry H. the 8th Calvary. Moore have returned from a pleuiant Miss Frances Itoe Grant entertained visit to their uncle and aunt, Mr. and at a lawn party last Friday evening? Mrs. It. C. Iloain at Paint Lick. The yard was illuminated with lanterns Misses I.ydia Uurge, Elizabeth Crus and delightful refreshments were ser her and Hope (iardncr, of Louisville, ed ana the liours most pleasantly pass are attractive visitors of Miss Margaret ed by those so fortunate as to be pre TO MY FRIENDS 1 FOR SALE. offer for sale privately, two good brood mares with colts at side: also two yearlings, two-tw- o year olds and Although defeated in my race for the two three year old mules. These mares nomination for Countv Court Clerk, are absolutely sure breeders aid splen permit me to thank jou for the liberal did individuals, in fact I have never support given me in the past primary. seen better. Thev must be sold and You will find me leady to cupport the some one will get a bargain as the outnominee und use my influence in secur- look was never better for stock raising. ing his election. See me at Kengarlan hotel. J. Bruce Lawson. J. F. Robinson. AND DEMOCRATS. TO MY GARRARD COUNTY FRIENDS; CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE-F- OR INVEST- MENTS F0RH0MES. 5 room rent cottages, lights, water, streets, new, $750 each. Rent $100. each. Net return 121 per cent. dwelling. Suburban New, good location for home, $1000 for quick sale. Rent $120. Atttactivo HOMES Modern. modern dwelling, close in 2 acres for pasture or building lots. If sold within 60 days $4750. D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY NOTICE Anyone desiring a Candies Special Ice Cream for this weck-J- Miss Lilly Dale Grant, who has been spending n few days with Mrs. T. J? I'rice, is now with Mrs. Fisher Her ring, later she will join her brother in Washington City before going back to Norfolk, Miss Lula McWhorter, one of Paint Lick's most dim ming young ladies, was a shopper here Saturday. Miss Lulu u cuursu at The has just completed Howling Green Business College, and a successful enreer Is predicted lor her. Peach, Tutti Fruittl, Chocolate-and Caro-me- l, Vanilla. Meal Served Telephone Any Hour W. 3CI O. DC KING, 1 C No 202. Proprietor. DC VARIETY STORE A NEW KIND OF A STORE. New Methods, New Goods, New Prices. Our success depends upon our ability to" save you money and to cater to your needs in a way that will jjivo you satisfaction. Como in and see this new store You will be pleased. Wc want your produce for cash or trade. Give us a cull. COY BE S. SANDERS. SAFESee Me For Tobacco Hall Insurance BSE! aiiss Marie iiauey entertained at u delightful party, celebrating her hoy nth birthday, nt the homo of hir parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ilailey, on Wednesday afternoon. A number of little friends wero present and an en Dutttr for Stairs, joynble time spent. Refreshments ltuli batter on lea or coffee KtalnF wero served. nfterwnrd washing the garment In ordinary hot soapsuds. This will remove Members of the Hnptist church guve fruit fctnlns also; In fact. .almost nny a'reecption to Dr. 11. A. Dawes, the stain except Ink can bo eliminated In pastor unci family, last 'lliursday even thfci way. ing, which was attended by over one hundred persons. Dr. Dawes' resignaPhilter For CrVak. tion took effect Sunday nnd the recepUso vinegar Instead of vafer to nix tion was given In honor of his ten years of faithful service here. Dr. Dawes your piaster of parts, the 'rvsultant HXo puty and vrlU not and family will leave in the fall for mass will bo "set" fur twenty or thirty minutes, Georgetown News. Brvantsvillc. whereas ft you irso wuker tlia pUktar On Tuesday afternoon Master Dun- will becoino hard almo.it Immediately, before you h.ivo time to uss It Push can Haseldcn entertained about twenty Into tho cracls ami smooth It oft nicely eight of his little friends at uu after-noq- n with a table knlfo. party, refreshments were served, games played and hours thoroughly Paraffined Paint Oat. enjoyed by those present. After bounxleuntng. If one has partTuesday evening, J. It. Haseldun ly used cans of paint or tarnish left On entertained forty of his friends In much over, width would soon dry uji aud the same manner. The young hosts usoUfs, try putting them Into proved themselves "to the ' manner small cans and cover with melted They will keep Indefinitely and born" and all left saying what a good ran b used, at needed. time thy had. par-affl- r. rays! It would be impossible indeed for me to try to tell an the conditions ex isting in the army and about which most civilians know so tittle. A sol diers life is made interesting by th. fact that wu don't know what's coming next. Wo may leave in a few days for u few days for Ft. Henj. Harrison or we may go to Ft. Oglethorpe Georgia. Whether you will liko army lift or not depends largely upon one's attitude. Obey orders und jou will be treated tine, disobey and you cannot imagine the extent of punishment. If you are put under a good ollicur us we ure und with n good bunch of fellows you will find serving your country a pleasure. 'J 11 wheat from fifty acres which he has Blue Grass ty, tee Farm sold to Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau, of this city for $2.50 n bushel. Mr, Howling tells us lie has threshed from the fifty acres, 1,700 bushels, which makes un average for the entire crop of 34 bushels to the acre. Eighteen acres of this land wus broken out of clover, which yielded over 40 buxhels to the ucre. The variety was the "liar vest King" und will be much sought aftii- for seeding purposes. - in Jessamine or Fnyctte coun- T. Currey Robinson Lancaster, Ky., who will bo glad to show you same nnd give you the lowest prices. ORDINANCE. He it ordained by thu City Council of thu City of Lancaster, thut it shall be unlawful for uny pcron or per3onu, to take or remove uny cattle or live stock of any Mud, from thu Public Pound or any place used us such, such cattle or live stoci, having been em- pounded by any employee or agent of the city, without the authority or consent of thu marshal of the city. That it shall bo unlawful for uny pel? sou or persons to take or remove nr attempt to luku or remove from the pepon or control or any employee of thu city or their agents, anv cuttle cr live stock found running ut large in the city limits. Any person violating this oidinance shall bo fined not less than 5.00 nor more than $S.00. L. G. DAVIDSON, Mayor. U N. Miller, Clerk. Plumbing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will 03 Your account Is past due I itded the money and must Insist on immediate settlement. If you owe me please call at once. Mrs Rella A. Francis P.B. WILLIAMS 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9, 1917. SMART MODEL. A CASE OF CONSTANCY By ETHEL HOLMES From Paris Com,, This Graceful Frock of Chsrm. WHEELER'S DANVILLE'S LARGEST FURNITURE AND SATISFACTION The. big 3 combination In The The attention of the pooi1e of the United States was concentrated on preparations for an entrance Into tlie great world's war. Mothers were Kir. lug up tholr pons, joung wives their huslmnds nnd girls their lovers. Tho chief p'nees uf Interest were tho camp where otllcers were being trained to command tho cxpcdltonary forces that were to bo sent to the theater of war. "Auntie," said Miss Itcy Marston, a girl of seventeen, "take mo to Camp . I don't care to bo to tho senshore. I should dlo ns usual, this summer. of cnntil. I want to go where they are drilling these young men who are to b captnlns nnd llotitentints In tho army that Is coins nbroad." lMlth Sands, a Auntie was MI who had maiden lady of thirty-threliccn a belle In her day Jind whose beauty had ripened rather than decayed. Sho consented to chaperon her niece to a summer Inn not far from Camp , nnd since they went there in their car they were within striking distance of tho drill grounds of 2,01X1 or 3.000 young men who were being turned from citizen.') Into soldiers. MNs Mnrnton was looking for n romance 3Ilss Sands was Interested principally In putting her niece in the way of e when Insured j- - D. A. Thomas. Agency a en K.ifi -. vii vnnp harm ijouiih. Continuous Performance. cs ivincngp pnysician snys gin begin to talk curlier than bojs. Yes, nnd you can tict your llfo they, nro In for tho Inst word, too. lions- ton Tost. n .m a RUG STORE It will pay you to visit our new store in the new Gilchcr Hotel Building, and convince yourself that we are showing the largest line of FURNITURE AND RUGS 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 "Changing, Dates" en Hens. Colli storage It not thn only solution of the egg problem. Kiirly linlchcd pullets of the American breeds that be-K- in to Iny In (lie full Is one Hint prom ises to inakn good. In order to "clmngo the ilntcs" mi hem nn Incubator will probably bo needed. the camp." Miss Sands asked the olllcer the question. At the sound of her voice he turned nt once toward her. After he had given her the Information she desired sho remarked that she felt at home among army people, since she bad as n young girl visited West Point and there met a great many oiilccrs aud their families. "How about cadets?" asked the major. "I also met n number of those yours men who In .Tilly nnd August of raeh year turn their attention from their military studies' to preying upon the hearts of the girls who Invade the grounds at that season. The standard of honor In other rcspct N so high that they strike an nvernge by letting It down to zero In their alTalrs of the heart." "I will admit," replied the major, "that among young persons there Is less care exercised in avoiding damage lu that respect, but I doubt If there Is any more blame to bo attached to thu cadets of West Point thun other men. Ilesldes, I believe tho girls who go there are at Inclined to heart smash ing as the joumr men." Miss Lucy Marston was disappointed in her visit to Camp for the reason that the young men being trained there were so busy with their work or so tired when they got any leisure that they had no time for entertaining visitors. Major Itathboue, however, found opportunity to visit Miss Sands quite often spent au evening witli and her on tho porch of the lun, occasionally bringing with him somo one from the camp to entertain her niece, for the major preferred having Miss Sands to himself, which ho could not do unless Lucy wero provided for. There was something In Miss Sands that drew the major, something that smacked of his youth. It seemed that her voice reminded him of soma of the many girls with whom he had associated long ago. Then, too, there was a certain toss of her head that suggested to him some girl who lu that way eiprcssed dissent. The major was falling hi iovo with .Miss Sands, and he could not tell whether ho was drawn a handsome uialdeu lady or the nory of one ho had known lu the ncad-em- one. The ladles arrived at the Inn in time for dinner and proposed to visit the camp the next day. While they were sitting on the porch an officer in the uniform of n major of Infantry drove up to the Inn, alighted and during tho evening took n scat near them. "Ask him," said Lucy to her aunt, "at what hour they admit visitors to 11114 Cook Stoves, Ranges & Refrigerators Co. All our goods are bought in car load lots at a saving from 15 to 20 per cent to our customers. Prices and satisfaction guaranteed. which Inck Hrpectlc, thn imp lying tint nt the level of the Nevn, and tho other sltuntH on nn Inrlgnlflcant ft renin, but Kleff. the nnclcnt capital of thn Cosnrks, which lies on tho height tho rolling Dole- JKT. Picturesque Kleff. The most benutlfnl city In Itunln Is snld to lie. not I'ctrngrad or Moscow, A. F. Wheeler Furniture m uuitt: osu Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Tho popular combination of soft graj and ii:ny blue Ui here materialized lu crepe do ilwio. with dull gold emt loy (d to embroider the lacy points, one of which so ch rmliigly picks out the Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. - flout of the Mi' The Majestic MagnctTa. Thcro Is no suggestion of timidity or coyness ulmut the musnolln. It never nppenrs In the rolo of offering on apology for Peine ullm. No explanations nro required. I.Ike nn Independent, cltlien It faces tho woild unafraid. In kingly majesty It stands, an Inrplrlug of grandeur, nn unparalleled display of nature's MiMlino handiwork, Carth and Moon. I'lfty moons vtpuld eipinl the earth In volume, although It would tnkt- - SI tidies the mass of the moon to equal the mass of our planet sis the lunar density Is only that of the earth. The entire surface nf the moon nbout equals North und South America s l i' NM lf x J imp fiftli vu. f.,... ttils surf nee te enn never see. slneo I. ... nlit.iv.- fnrni. ft... . n ri r! It ........ J " i t ,11. .i .I d k T- fi To Keep Water Cold. An excellent way t keep water cold long time with little Ice U to tnko a n pitcher of Ice and water nnd set In the center of n newspaper: then, by gathering the four corners nt tho top nnd OF Horses, Mules Cattle, Jacks, Etc I will at my farm Two and One-HaMiles from Lancaster, on Lexington Pike, on bringing the rods together with a strong rut.tM-- r band nround them to hold close together, the nlr Is excluded. A pitcher of water treated in this mnnncr will stand all through the night with very little pcrccptlblo melting of tho lec, and even after the Ice does melt the water will keep cold long time. Learning From Birds. Mnny wise suggestions come to one who observes the ways and traits ef birds. .Study of birds well repays the effort It demand'. Itcspcct for animal life and bird llfo humanltcs us. The greatest und best of mankind have been tender and loving to animal life. The more wo become friends of the birds the more, we shall feel the force of the text. "Not ono sparrow shall fall to tho ground without your I'athcr. hear yn not, therefore, ye nro of more value than mnny sparrows." Milwaukee Journal. I. IP im 'njor Hathhono .I'l'lcd: "I assure you, major, that I feel high ly honored by this second proposal of yours aud nm quite mro" proposed to MNs ids, und when he did mi bho thus It Helps! . "Second proposal!" "Yes. You proposed to me Just twelve years ago this hummer on the porch of the West I'olnt hotel," Tho major was equul to tho ocia-klon- . "I'rom my llrst meeting you here," ho said, "1 felt that I had loved you and that I was true to that love. I have piovcd by this second proposal that constancy which U conspicuous among the olllcers of tho United States army." Thn lady luughed. "And you have also proved that us , Hun.iM-cHint rcadlucs, that resoiirce-what"you choose to call it which Is also conspicuous among the ollicers of the Uullcd States army lu uxtrlcnt lug yourself from a dilemma." "Do you mean to say," lie rejoined, "tint you considered u West Point proposal of a cadet Iwna lido)" "It matters not whether it Is bona lido or not provided one of the parties to thu affair W disposed to consider It bO." Tiieru was Just enough of feeling hi her voice as sho said this to convince the major that she was referring to herself. IIo succeeded In satisfying her that whatever might have been the intent of his Unit proposul his second Wednesday, Aug 15th, '17 beginning at 1:30 p. m. sell to the highest and best bidder, the following: Several brood mares, lot of good one, two and three year old mules, some one and two year old steers, one Stallion sired by Rex Peavine and one good Jack. Two yearling Bulls 1 Short Horn and 1 Hereford. TERMS made known on day of sale There can be no doubt as to the merit ol Csrdul, the woman's tonic, In the treatment of many troubles peculiar to women. The thousands ol women who have been helped by Csrtiul in the past 10 years, is conclusive proot tli.it it is a Rood medicine lor women who suffer. It stwuld help you, too. Take II MTIie 53 53 fiARMII mm Woman's Tonic my sulterinc indescribable. I can't tell Just how and where I hurl, about I all over. 1 think began Cardul, and ray pains nrcw less and less, until i was cured. I am remarkably strong (or a woman G4 years ol age. do all mv liousework." Try Cardul, today. Mrs. N. E. Vamer. of lllxson, Tenn., writes: "I was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and wI ... was serious. And so It was that the girl who went to Camp for a rouiauco got none, while her chaperon secured a prize. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Wm. LEAR J The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9' !917. Watch this space and wait for the great Auction Sale of Farming Lands, Residents Property and Building Lots Saturday, August 25th, at 10 o'clock a. m. Rain or Shine. 1917 Property adjoins city of Lancaster. Valuable Presents Given Away. Music. Barbacue. Burgoo. ' f' Bargains. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man. Lancaster, Kentucky. H LOWKLL Mm. Mrs. K. L. Duncan. Mesdames writ-in- c. arc visiting Mr. family, near Lancaster. Llltlo Karl Maurice Drown has been Specify Old Dominion Portland Cequite nek the iait week. in your contracts. It is the best. Mr. V. A. Floyd is visiting his son, ment i. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Floyd in l'ulaski County. Mr. Jeff For-nat- J. N. Hicks la better nt this Kl and Johnnie Urown Hichanl Urown and Mr. ami Mrs. M. (3. Lee and Miss Vir-gi- e, attended Ilerea Fair Vednilay. Mils Kthol Mao Davis wns tho guest of Mrs. Tom Marsco Thursduy night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank llurte onJ baby visited her parents ncur Kirksville, Sunday. Mrs. lbn Lester and children are at two week's visit to relhomo after atives in Danville. Mesdamcs Ellen Italian! nnd Wyllo of Wollaceton spont Wednesday with Little Misses Geneva ond Ruth Bouta spent Saturday and Sunday with the"ir sister Mrs. ltoht. Elliott of Wallarvton. Miss Gladys Parks returned to her home in Itichmond Saturday,- - after n weeks slay here with her grandparents. Mr. Calvin Hensley who died at his home near here was hurried in Old Taint Lick Cemetery, Friday. Much sympathy l extended the bereoved family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gaston and baby, have been visiting relatives at Junction Several from here attended Camp City. Messrs. C, Currens and H. F. Lanham Meeting at Wilmoro Sunday. Dale tics for Bale. Hudson, Hughes attended the Nicholasville Fair, Wednesday. & Farnau. Miss Nettie Askins, who is teaching R. M. Lee filled his appointItev. at Antioch, spent the week-en- d ment at Mt. Olivet. Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Askins were in Harrodsburg, Friday. Misses Mattie Mathews and Iluth Miss Margaret Askins attended the Norwood of Scottsboro Ala, have been visiting Mrs. J. W. Askins and family. Nicholasville Fair. Wednesday. Miss Ruth Land left Saturday for Mrs. Will Scott attended the funeral Nina, where she will assume her duties of her cousin G. 1). Sallee, Friday. Mr. Leslie Ruble and family attend- as assistant teacher in the public school there. ed tho Harrodsburg Fair, Thursday. Miss I.orcne Lane returned from Mr. C. C. Cunningham of Ilurgin has been visiting his brother, Mr. Bradley Camp Nelson Sunday where she has been visiting her Hunt, Mrs. Hiram Cunningham. BUENA VISTA The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of U' law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. cemetery. Ed & N U Trice R. L. Elkin H. 0. Arnold. J. C. Riesby. Optimism. John Tatum. Optimism Is tho hnhlt of Inspiration. Mrs. E. L. Frazee T. R. Slavin. It is not n pose; it Is an attitude of R. L. Arnold. R. L. Barker. heart that makes for tho happy mind, C. M. Moberly. II. M. Lear. and tho happy mind Is tho only work- S. C. Rigsby. Sirus Daily. shop wherein good things nrc done. If Julia Parks once you strike that stride, you will A. L. Gibbs. ifcrcr seem tardy or Ineffectual again Wo will add other names for 25 cents an long as you live. nxclmugc. cash. Diekerson. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Scott nnd son, Ruble, returned to Greendale Ky, Sunday nf ter a pleasant visit with Mr. J. IS. Ruble and family. The remains of Mrs. Frances Scott, an estimable lady of Jessamine county, formerly of this place, were brought Monday ana interred in the Mt. Olivet POSTED NsfflP I Vipd'' A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowds where you can stretch out and take tilings easy. A i omrori swuus Vou m rr i I ju ULit:ix ; There are many of these quiet shady haunts to be found at REGRETS Are often the result of buying from n high price house or the htiyintJ of n ehenp article nnd paying a price that should tiet the good grade. New England nr2 1 U. Thousand hlands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts Jttt, LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Coo4 ttttttning until October mm mvm Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation In addition to the popular open air pastimes. We shall be pleased to arrange the dctaiU of your trip. Consult your local tkltt agent, or adJins II. C KING, DItImh PtiMaicr Arct. USE. Miln Stmt, UiUitia, Ky. We have the building material of good quality and our price is right. Our stock is complete ami you can get what you want, when you want it at n price thut satisfies. . Hitch up the team, drive to our place, get your bill fdled quickly and save time enough to half pay the bill. Don't fail to see us for figures ou house or barn hill, for we know we can save you money. Hervey , & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9, 1917. CTIQN Parmer's column Spars helOW I'M litutlURlS fot IM eiellllor If ne oloiir larmsi .iil.tcilln'U. aud tste ol .roc, iimn mid iieh lhin mi lti the lrnu-- cnuiiot sfto-- it 10 miter-tilIfrm ' accented nier lour No itotlcr till lianei el tri linn, ami will bo only In FARM A Bluff In j 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 . -- The Aegean Sea By F. A. MITCHEX i OF - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors to Hughes & Swincbroad SUf II 1 t- OF BARBECUE icn.irt, tre-- nf crmrvr dipping tank, cnrt FOUSALE:-- A Mrs. C. A. Uobinson. am! harness. VOl SALE; Two Duroc Jersey, registered boars, also fresh mill: cow. I'iionc 3G3-- The D. H. Sanders and Dr Graham Farms of 60 Acres Situated in Lincoln County adjoining the Crab Orchard Springs Property, B. P. Robinson FOR SALE An extra good Jack Rourne. bull, one yenr old. !in Herford tracts otr en acres anaJ up, near the famous Brown Spring A i "FOR SALE; One extra good yearling Clarence Green. bull. FOR-SALA Rood bull, ready for service. Poland Annus Kirby Teater. Crab Orchard, Ky. I am equipped to clean cisterns and give satisfaction. I'hone 339-11- . Joe Criscillis. FOR SALE: Two sets of furniture, two folding beds and several carpets. 8-- 9 Mrs. C. A. Robinson. It. CO Saturday, Aug 11th.. at 10:30 a. ni. Rain or Shine This sale will last but one hour, so be on FOR SALE: -- Ten nice slioats, weight pounds. Also one five year old bay Mrs. Grace Sutton, driving hcrse. Mar I commanded n 2,M ton tramp steaincr called tlio Ajax. I left Smyrna lu August, lMfi, with a cargo of rugs and other Asiatic goods for the ort of New York. I was obliged to steam through the which I knew af(ircek arehlis-uigo- , forded line nesting fur corsairs. I did not fisjr (Irecks, but I dreaded Aslatus from the opposite enstem const. If I could get through to the open Mediterranean sen I would feel a reasonable cargo lo expectation of getting America and a large profit. lsissliig lietween two One day while Greek Islands I was called from the noon meal by the lookout, who rciwrt-rt- l a small craft resembling a tug putting out from a cove and steering a course with the,cTldcnt Intention to head us off. Through ray glass I saw that bIio carried the German flag. Ger-ma- n Now, I did not believe that any craft would be salllug In tho.sn waters, tyhlch wcro occupied by the allied fleets, especially the nrltlsh. If this one were really German I was ot the opinion that she was a tender for a submarine. IIotvvcr, I could only wait and lcaru. I kept on my course, watching In every direction for a perisuch she proved scope, till tho tug-f- or to lio was close on to my iwww. Through my gla.s I could sco on her deck a number of men In sailor cos-tunwho might be In the German service; but. Judging from their During the second year of the - LANCASTER, - - - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE LAND OF NOW" EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Our rereuls for the pnst Ight ytsrs show sales of more than la, C00 acres of Isnd, besides s Urge amount of town and city pioperly and stocks of amounting to moru than 1,;UO,(X)0.00 and this business was done to the entire satisfaction of more Ihim UK) clients and customers' and they are my references for "fair dealing." From my experience in the buiineia I know how, wlvn, where and what to advertise. Tn the one who has property to sell farm lands, city property, dwellings lots or business property, mcrchandiso or nny real estate prosisitlon, solicit your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. Ust vour farm or other properly with me now. I now have on hand a long list of parties who arc going to buy something somewhere and your property may be just what am looking for. To the one who wnnts to invest, I solicit jour patronage as I know values and know that when )ou close a deal through me y on will get "value received" for your money. I have on hand for sale at all times n Large Number of Farms. Dwellings City l'roierly not in the ndvertited list, at my list of prcjirrty is constantly changing, by tales, expirations renewals, lilting new properties and some of my best properties are not advertised at the request of the owners. of (Sarrurd County, write me and If you are a will tell you all about our County, its fertile soil, its market facilities, gixnl roads. schools and churches, of Lancaster and lit busines, its people and its growth. The following la just n Tew or the properties I hae on hand for sale row. 1 1 1 if swarthy complexion, they were I KAUAI S. A farm of 150 acres, 100 acres of cliff and A fertile farm of 18-- Stanford. Route I. hand promptly. Area o' the United States. The nren of Alaska Is rPO.SSI square miles nnd of thi United States, exclu-fl- e of Alaska nnd Insular possessions. Is 3,010,484 square miles. Truthful Girl. "Nothing could ever come between us, could It, dear?" She "I can't think of a single thine unless I should happen to become engaged to some other man before we get married." He Then and Now. Music by Excellent Band. Free Barrel of Flour and Valuable Souvenirs and Presents Free! Free Dinner! HE 3 Whereas In 1725 the mall from London to Lisbon took 22 days In transit, and according to Daniel Defoe was a "branch of the revenue not very much valued," It now occupies but 43 hours, and Is a financial sue cess. WlTLD REALTY Home Office, Wilmington, N. C CO ' Why Ammonia Cleans Clothes. Ammonia, the great spot remover of the American people. Is really a gas dissolved In water. It belongs to the nlknll family, and on account of Its mineral origin Is the foe of all oils and grease, which explains the easy way It disposes of spots that soap and water cannot affect. Dath ammonia Is a fine cleanser. Queer Customs ef British Navy. There are very many ancient customs In the British navy, some of which are "wrapt In mystery," For Instance, when officers go aboard or leave their ship. It Is Invariably the case that the Junior stern Into the boat before his senior, although at the end of the Journey the order Is reversed. This curious custom Is as old as the navy Itself. 0.3T. WALLACE, General Manager. For further information, see, phone or write franklin Smith, Crab Orchard Springs Hotel, Crab Orchard, Ky. FIFTEENTH-ANNUA- L KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September of 'Amj?si:h,p 10-15, 1917 Galted orses Himrrae 'n Horse Show History Carelesi Management. If the term "carelessness" must be used. It might well be applied to management which permits hazards to exist; hut surely not to the Injured themselves, for Is the first law of nature, and It is Inconceivable that anyone with rare oxcep- should wilfully permit or cnusc iy to themselves. II. weaver ry. In Industrial Management. Premium. Ten Biz KRBATtST -- $50,000.00"Vets P"mlUm' "HIPPODROME" OP INDOOR uaby-sbo- AKr.KKCATION MIUWAY IU- ATTUACTIONH KVKU ni:ti'Tin:i. Itcdueed (rft.Usu, Hailrnnd Hates. now rtadv pakauk MAStiRS FOUNT V. KIIKMFJB. OFrUtD SarrtsrT. MIKTII. MUSIC AND HOVIStl Addr ill U.uublir H.lldl.r. I...I..IIU. England's First Flag. 'he early Inhnbltiiuts of Kngland, those of other countries, used emblematic devices of one kind or another. That of the Suxous was u PRIZE LIST OF SI, 000 white horse. The Introduction of Hags FOR STATE FAIR Into Kngland Is nsTlbed to St. Augustine, the missionary, infl his followers, EXHIBITS COUNTY who after the convention of King entered Canterbury In proThrough tho efforts of Commissioner cession chanting nud bearing small of Agriculture Mat !' cVn the banners. products t Kentitfky will ocunili-- i oii.s ui:! dlstlnc-tive- ' cupy ver. Where Maldsns Do Wooing. nniiuil position at he llftis-nt" The maiden of liurum lights u Kentucky Stuti- - Kn. to be held In In her window when the desired tn Till Louisville III" nek "f one pusses at night, ami It ho be '"or ".i;itj e.hiblr prtre he rpcedlly conveys the ylml In- j ear the bus been piaied at tin ivruurl.itMi to her. When the .Sumatra formation of jl,ti. .in! U, oi.se piewi tb girl has reached twenty-livand her of the cn'he ug- n ultural life up to then has been passed In attention f the state wil' U-- lentet'id 01. strict seclusion und no one bun come tlil fmrth'iilai ft'ittiiie l' the big an to usk fur her hand, she attends to nun; The prle IM wn tho matter In her own way, dresei,In aniiouni'ed the Hist part ot 'hi v".n red, and goes out twice u day, until as reaching the sum of STisl. Till- - ship successful, to tlnd n husband. . Uk lnenuiMsl riseutiy Ihioiigli llu- el of tin l.or.. ,fort of Mr Wood Fear Spiritual Weakrieaa. Yllle I'liemlcni wwks and of the Fear Is simply spliltuul weakness, rlciiltural tsuiiltilttiH1 of Ihe ImiiipI which may bu compared to nennus ot trade lie Irdii'cd the ward of weakness of Ihr Isudy, In other words, tnide meuilHTH lo vole an' iiddltlouul It Ik lad; of spiritual sense of strength. sum of W' rod bis tlim lo aibl alioth And, as you know, spiritual strength er fix to thUi iiiniiuut, thus Msiirlii'; cornea from right morals, Just as physifor the county ehlhltor of the tnlv cal strength comes from right living. tho unprecedented iiiin total of yi.tio) being right drives out An the list nun' sluuils the (Oiinty win A keen sense of !()( lu ull fear. Hence u certain triumph of nlng tlrst prize will recehe the defenders of right over their op- cash, the county t Inning second prize ponents, even la spite of auperlor will ryciiUo i'Sti. and the winner of This lll third prlie will nselve numbers. .e "love-lamp- will-In- e ' - I the three prizes from J2.TO. JI.Vl niul $l(ni to (He nliove figures and sIiki to the Keiitucl.y rilnle I'nlr tin largest prtau list fur niunty eslilblts ever bj any state fair in the I'tilt'-States with the execpUoi, of Pullas, Tex., which Is the largest and rlelienl fair lu the country and has been in twice as long as the Keiitmk" Ill uddltton to the cash Htute Pair. awards for the bet ouiitj elilblt. Colonel II II. Taylor, Jr., of Frankfort. Ky will give to the count v win- nlng first lirlze n biiiidsonir sterling IIIC sliver cup. VU!CU win lie KUOWIl "Old Taylor cup" and which will be worth $10O. To the malt or woman working up Interest tn the county exhibit winning n prtre will be given a immtcr's iiwaid" of jot for the repii'sciilallve of the for the county whining first pilze, rcproenlatlve of the county wlnulng second prize and 1S to the rep"' "'!' I'l tlve of the thlnl prize winner cr litforiinillon address For Fount T. Kieniei". he rctury Kentucky Ktatc Fair, Suit IW Itetiublle Itiilldlng Louisville. ICy. .Make your plans to visit the annual Ivrnlui ky Slide Fair, to be hel l In I.oiilsvllle ll'H ueelt of Sept. If) This Is "doliii. jnur bit" townd tluiI-,' luting mid isi"oiiin';lng ngrlilllturo amf hi Hisonhmcc with Ihc stock rii'sln goTenupent'H tall. llftt-fiit- ini about manner wore tlie imltorni ot a naval olllccr, but I Mlcved ho and is on pike. had obtained It without having a com. A small farm of 43 acres, Hi miles from luwn, on pike, new 7 room dwellmission. Ho wns whiter than his men might have been u European. One ing and new barn, gocd land lies and A farm of CO acres, on pike 2J miles frcm town, laud rolling. ery fertile, thing I noticed particularly there was no oppearauce of cannon. Whatever mostly in grass, large tobacco barn I room house. armaiynt there was doubtless consistA farm of SIJ acres, extrn tobacco ar.d lump land, rolling, 2 Urge barns, ed of such weapons as could ls wield, However, while I splendid dwelling, land well fenced ar.d well watered tenant li(,ue and other ed by Individuals. looked a juirt was osned and the ihho out buildings. A farm of "JSJ acres of rich land, part level ar.d part rolltrg, line dwelling of a llttlo liarker appeared. It was us terrifying as u. bull pup. I did not be- of balls, cellar etc, ecre orchard, ".'j miles from town on pike. This lieve It could sink us. though It might one a bargain. put our machinery out of commission. CO acres of very tertile land on pike mite from town, good dwvlliiig and, With Its appearance the commander fine orchard and the land priced right. of the tug called through a megaphone large barn and oilier something lu Ccrmau w hleh oue of my A farm of 128 acres, 4 miles from town, on pike, lard partly rolhnR men who understood the language splendid improvements. thought to be n demaud for surren A farm of 110 acres office land well improwd. on pike accessible to marder. A submuritio was ready to blow us out of wuter. We were glW-- ten ket of three county seats, land lies u ell. mile from pike, with good improv-rnentminutes to taku to the Isiat.v A small frm of 18 acres, Never was there a more isilpable case of bluff. There was no subma. A farm of ISO acres, partly rolling, very fertile, splendid Improvements, rlne, nothing which could be relied on large J room Lock dwelling with front lawn to pike, easy terms. CS acres in to sink us. We were lu danger of be. cultivation, balance in grass. lug boarded uud ovcri"wcred by Aslat. A farm of 201 acres of level land, 1 mile from.town, fronting on two pik, lo pirates playing the submarine act. Though I was not deceived, I confess es, susceptible of division into smaller farms, dandy building sit'S. It looked to me that the only chance A farm of 16 acres, on pike, all in blue grass, large barn, fine building for our lives wus to tuko to tho boats site for dwelling, orchard, land ready for tobacco and hemp, close to school and and leave our cargo to the pirates. ! miles from Lancaster. There were a few imall anus aboard, churches, alto A farm of 24,48 acres of nearly level land, 5 room dwelling, large dwell-inbut not enough of them or men to uso large orchard, land fertile, on pike close to schools and churches. This is them to put up an udequate defense. Hut we had a means of defense that a "dandy" little home. I had often thought of using lu case A farm ot 40 acres, high class land, on pike, on pike, 5 miles from StanOf being attacked by tbo small enemies Will bu sold worth the money and on easv terms. that Infest certain Asiatic coasts. I ford an ideal location. A farm of 151 acres on pike, 0 miles from Danville and 5 miles from determined to try It now. I had plenty of hose, and 1 ordered It uttached Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of Improvements, farm lies In nearly a to tho steam cocks of the boiler. Tbcro square and can bo divided with fronts on pike. In splendid neighborhood and wero two base which could bo used right at small village with school and churches. separately. I asked for more tltuu KOIl UKM -A fatm of 2W) acres, well located, well improved nnd nearfrom the pirate and was told that not u uilnutc would bo grunted. So I or- ly all in grass and u port of the grass reody for the plow. Will be rented for dered the men to pretend to begin the year 1U1K. tho work of lowering tho boats, and A small farm of II acres, on pike 1 mite from Lancaster, splendid brick they made a gnat ado with the rojs'S, reiidenre, large barn and other out buildings, well watered. Iluv a home close but accomplished nothing. Iturlug tho town in Central Kentucky. few mluutes they wero thus engaged to the best I1KST llAltdAIN' in KenA fatm uf 6U acres- - LISTEN to this:-Twe were attaching the hose to tho boiler and running the nozzles on deck, tucky, I.ciitid on two pikes, near the famous Camp Dick Uobinscm section of when1 they were hidden under the Garraid County'. Fart of this land is virgin soil, ready for hemp nnd tobacco. gunwale. When ull was ready I or- 300 acres is m arly leel in bigli state of cultivation. I dwellings on the tarm, dered the men away from the bouts, the main dwelling is uu Ideal Kentucky Country home. 2 lorge new tobacco and word was shouted to the pirate barns, stock barns hml other out buildings, well watered and well fenced. If that If be wanted our shli to come much for you, will sell you n 27.1 aero tract, or US acre is uud take it or If ho Intended to blow the entire fa.m loo tract or S5 acre tract. Frict d right and on easy terms. us up to do o. This was evidently not In his calcuA farm of 117 acres of rolling land, new dwelling, barn Ac, well watered lations. There was n conference among 2J miles from town, will suit some one who does not care to be right them; then wo could see arms brought on the pike. Will sell at u bargain if bought nt once. on deck. It was evident that they lu-- I CITY 1'UOFKKTY: tended to Isjaul us. Meanwhile they New imiiern dwelling of b toi.uis, 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern ran up against us uud were ubout to lash to us when I took a hose uud, iinpioveineuts, furiii.ee henttd, chctilc lights, water works, small model n barn pointing it down at them, scut u and I acres of land. stream of scalding wuter among them, A dwelling of 0 looms and nut buildings uud I acres of land. which caused them to desist and get Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. out of range as soon as possible. A number uf other dwellings and building lots. i A number or tiieui nan ueeu scnnieii For further particulars and prices Inquire of just enough to mako them furious with pain, and, niter taking time to consider, they launched n lowhout curMAN. ried on their deck and manned It, aud while' the lug cumo under our bows tbo rowbout appronihcd our stem. Lancaster. Kentucky, There wuh miiiio protection for them both fore and aft, but us soon as u man uppcurcd at either point he received a do.se of btcnm that hviit him howling back, und some of them were knocked Into the brine. This plan having fulled, both hourd-luOP LANCASTER. parties retreated uud, Joining forces on tho tug, began to pepper us with their little barker. I beut men below Capital to plug holes that might tie made under water; but, fearing duniugu to our A. II DENHY. President' holler which would put us at llwlr J. R STOKMKS. Vice I'res't, mercy, I determined to ussuiuu the offensive. Pointing the vessel straight . O. DENNY. Cashier. nt tbo tag before sho could get out of J. L. (ill, I., It. T. JMBHY, Ass't Cashier. alongside of her und tho way, I run drove ovcry man below with Bcnldlug water. Oeposit Boxes For Rent. It was uow evident that I bad factored them, and, putting on all steam. WE SOLICIT YOUU I1USINE8S. I showed them u clean pair of heels-Ia few hours I was clear of the Samual I). Cochran, Alex It. Dennv. J. II. Posey, J, E. archipelago aud In duo time reached Stormes. S. C. Danny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. New Yort, whetu I nolu niy cargo at a tpltndld profit. t.er-ma- n 1 ( I s. HK I I partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with grazing Is ml thrown in, acres with splendid improvements, land lies well SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE THE NATEONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. r, .Safety