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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 16, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917081601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 16, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YKAIt LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 16, 1917. in Troy McCoy Caitersvllle TWENTY-FIVPER CENT 47 Calaway C. Hounshell I'. Lick Of Those Examined Hare Passed Physical 619148 Hiram Land Lnncaatcr 392 15ft James Hicks Lancaster And Claim No Examinations 70 Fred II. Gammon Marcellus 74 David L. I'rewllt Lan. It. 1 Exemptions. 77 Alfred Stewart Faint Lick 78 Herbert Bishop Lancaster The Local Kxemptton Hoard hove 80 Hiram Field Faint Lick progressed rapidly during the past os imam i.unsioril lluena Vista week, although they have been short wi-i-of help that they yet need badly. They 191 180 Isac T Cornett Lancaster 85- 8- 190 Floyd Snyder llradshaw Mills have worked faithfully both day and 91 Aubrey It. CarterCartersvllle night and passed on 208 men up to last 92 Clifford Ingram Bryantsville Saturday night. Of this number M 99 Kirby ToHter Lmcoster It. 3 men have been accepted for military 01 Martin Green Faint Llrk service and are claiming no exemptions Jasper Daily Marcellus before this hoard. Thy are all a splen did set of Garrard County's'youngman-hoo- d 657200 John Marcum, Judson, Kv. and we have no doubt but they ICE CREAM SUPPER. will make good when called into the service of their country. There will be an Ice cream supper at The following is the list and their addresses who have been duly and leg talr View chuich next Saturday night. is invited and earnestly ally called fur the military services of Everybody the United States and who have not asked to bo present. been exempted or discharged. BUYS FARM. 837 C Herbert Schooler, Lancaster 75517 Lige Hobinson, Lancaster. Mr. J. E. Itohinson nurchased through 43-- 30 Andrew J. Ilenge, Hryantsville the Thomas Itealty Company, from the 420 -- 32 Ira Hamilton, Lancaster. heirs of the late S. E. Owslev. the GU-- 33 MlltonULemiy.HrodshawMM Owsley farm on Dix river, containing 487 -- 30 William C. Lay ton, l't Lick, 3 220 acres, lor which he paid $100 an 707 37 Kdgar Smith. Marcellus. acre. J2- 7- 42 Joel. Wheeler. Lancaster r.l 390-- 52 Fred Herring, Lancaster. NEW PASTOR ARRIVES. 0S3-Robert Yeakey. Lancaster. Itev. S. G. Callison arrived last SatWfi-- 01 SquireT.Whittaker, Lancaster urday and preached his first sermon at IMS- - 02 Herbert Salter, Lancaster. the Haptist church last Sunday morn 87t-0- 7 Hufurd Smith, Lancaster. ing. Mr. Callison comes highly recom652 OS John F. Moore, 1'jint Lick. mended and the people of this county 72 Chas. C Yatcr, Lancaster. are glad to welcome he and his estim 720 73 Jus. D. Hankin, Lancaster. 15 71 Kd Anderson, Crab Orchard 2. able family into our midst. 432 77 Thomas Kcincr, llourne. 7C0 93 Thos lteynolds. Taint Lick, BUYS REGISTERED CATTLE. 183 31 Jesse II. Calico, Faint Lick, Mr. A. D. llradshaw drove through 60 y. Howard Hufurd, Lancaster. the city yesterday five beautiful reg 350 'JS Dave A. Hume. Lancaster 3. Aberdeen Angus calves he had 51 90 Itollie H.llurnsidc.Bryantsville istered recently purchased of Mr. It. It. Crow, 870 -- 100 John W. Swope, Lancaster, of Lincoln, for winch he paid $1,000. 110 102 Tom Jones. Lancaster 3. They were all beauties and looked as 03 Geo. Itussel, Cartersville, if they were rendy for the show ring. Henj. Naylor, Huenn Vista. Mr. HrnJshaw knows u good one when 023 107 James Miller, Lancaster, he sees it and never lets a little thing 10 John D. Gahbard, Faint Lick, like the price stop him, if they ure 49.! Ill I'rice Logan, Marcellus. what he wants. 3.V1 115 Thomas Hughs, Marksbury, 970110 Cornelias Wcarren. Lancaster, STOCK SELL WELL tH8 120 John S. Ledford, l'aint Lick 3 112 121 Carl It. Howling. Faint Lick, Tht stock sale of Mr. William Lear 079 120 Hlbert I'reston, Lancaster. which whs held at Ills residence on the 9U0 129 Hugh M. Tarrence, Lancaster Lexington pike yesterday afternoon, Minor Hamilton, lluena Vista. wus the best of the kind held recently. 33 Silas I'reston, llourne. All the stock put up was sold, and at 93-- 13t John linker. Crab Orchard r r prices that was highly satisfactory to 38 Fred Ma field. Marcellus. the owner. Capt. Am. Hourne, the 25 149 Louis F. Arnold. Lancaster, auctioneer, informs us that in three 01 Alfred Dunn, Marcellus, hours, over three thousand worth of 730 100 Brogran Itoberts.Crab Orchard stock was disposed of and all the money 03 Fred I'. Hager, Hryantsville, and notes collected. Mr. Lear was 9.V) 171 Hen Wood, Lancaster. well pleased with the crowd and the spirited bidding. 920 172 Gilbert Wilson, Faint Lick, 73S 170 J as II. lUlston, Faint Lick, 008-1- NUMBER ZO. nr3EEE 40 E 40C-1- Special Prices For Ten Days on 320-1050-1818-1- Mr Farmer, buy a 121-1- 292-1- 108-1- CULTIPACKER S3 BUGGIES Wagons, ETC. 421-1- 913-1330-2- 12-- 202 This machine will more than pay for itself in the difference in yield of your m Wheat Crop. Machine on display in front of our store. Place your order now. "N. SB Conn EH Brothers. LJL 5U LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 3 1M2-- HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky ra 741-1- 033-1- 015 533-1- i 3 . take another because they say it is as good as w HY GLEN LILY ' I ' 1. -- 303-1- 30 001-1- HClOIt l.AWSON. 4 I.KK I.ICDKOIU). Tun inu r.ADBAPn UHIUWIIAI rniiMTV ravq PPfPiUP viVUlll I UV1U nuvumi FORT BENJAMIN 550-1- & That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is V.'. 41.A rnMMIWflM uuuuiuuiunu .11 AT 222-1- HARRISON. 308-1- flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. lilt IAf-f- r UtOI. t U1I1J rftali, IIMltlAHAll.il ItUIlCOkllCU) I.m1IamJaJ U1IV1C1IUCU Onlv two Garrard county boys went into truining at I'ort. Henj Harrison and both came Tlwiiy with cnmirW'ions that nre making their friend hero at liuniv feel pmuil of their elTorts. commission as Kirit Lieutenant in the cal- 221 179 Mr Kclor l.iuson received 312 181 vary anil N the youngest by several years In the entire regiment, having earned 477-1- 87 hit commission over several that had seen service in the regular army lor a Kctor is n line yiung man ami we know will till his rank 753188 numlicr Sam Nelson Davis. Marcellus. 98 Mr I.ee Ledford enlisted from l'aint I.ick, where lie is well known nnd 523-200 being a brother of it. II. Ledford of that city. He was awarded very io)ulHr, in the Infantry end will make a typical ollicer, be-In- g List of Men Claiming a commission a Lieutenant Exemption on Ac nearly fix feet tall and well proportioned. count of Dependants Who Have Both of these young ollicers have returned to their homes to await further orders and are receding the congratulations from their count men and Passed the Physical 5?4-1- with credit. 130-1- 89 Martin Graham, Hryantsville. Chas Ilrewer Lavton, Lun. 1. Joe Kice, Lancaster. General Uaker, Lancaster, Chas Leavell, Crab Orchard, Thad Lakes, Faint Lick, EASILY RAISED Garrard County's Apportionment of $250. When it became known through the Illiteracy Commission at Frankfort, that nearly 200 men in Garrard county between the ages of 21 and 31 had been Garrard Milling Hi Go. friends. The State Hoard of Agriculture FOH SALH: Thorough bred I'olaml china Kilt. Will sell ctaup. Call ut this the three stutus, Missouri, California and Kentucky, will each select one office. 337 of G70- Examination 0 Nelson Green, Faint Lick 7 James Frewitt Hichmond It 1 501- - - 10 Frank McGarven Marcellus 636 13 George Lytic Lancaster 61- 8- 11 Chester Lewis Lancaster 107 IS Isac A. Brydnt Cartersville 09- 2- 23 Oakley I'eaco Crab Orchard 60- 0- 24 HampMcQuearyC. Orchard 81- 0- 25 Alfred U. Swope Uryantsvill. 50- 7- 20 Arbor D. Lee Lancaster 13- 7- 28 Charles It. Joseph Uuena V. 13- 3- 31 John I. Isabell Lancaster 10 - 35 Joe Aldndgo Lancaster It. 3 39 Lee Irvine. Coy 432 1- 8- 40 John M. Anion Lancaster It 3 73- 9- 43 A. J. Itoberts Faint Lick 513 - 47 Owen Locker Lancaster It. 3 4- 0- 18 Karnest Hall, llourne Kv. 75 - 63 Claude Holton, Coy, Ky. 78- 0- 60 Itoy Spivey, llourne, Ky. 332 - 03 Humson Gaihiey C. Orchard 512 05 William M. Leavell Lan. It. 3 ISIS 09 Kd Francis Lancaster 31- 3- 71 John F. (joins Lancaster It 1 933 70 Itobert Waltern Lancaster 63- 0- 79 Steve Lawson l'aint Lick 01- 5- 81 Curtis It. Naylor Judson Kv. 65- 0- 81 Otis Maleur Lancaster It. 1 31 80 Lonza Anderson Lancaster 93- 1- 87 Delmar L. Young Stan. It. 1 07- 7- 1)0 John W. Farker I .an. It. 3 625 92 Jesse Leavell l'aint Lick 811-1- 05 Mat Shelton Lancaster 085. 109 Coy Frice Lancaster It. 3 923-1- 12 Squire Underwood. Coy, Ky. - ' $10, (XX) stake at the The $10,000 saddle horso stake nt the judge for the Stat Fuir, this year, which .vill Fair is getting in the Kentucky State system. horsemen's blood, it's in the air, its be judged by the everywhere. Those who see It will The National Surgical Dressings As surely feel that they have seen :i horse sociation states that the supply of linen show. in Hngluud and Frunco is entirely exThe pen is mightier than the sword. hausted. The women of our land are Let us try to give our soldier boys the asked to give all old linen happy privilege and pleasure of using towels, napkins or uny other linen arthe pen ai well as thu sword, to tell ticles not needed in their households. This is to be used as lint in the Hospitthe story, (iarrard has done the Illiteracy fund. Those who als. I will take charge of and ship to want to j.in the night classes should New York all of the linen donated. l'lcasu leave package ut Drug Store, make it known and teachers will be provided. Those who live close to town or send to the Bed Cioss Sewing Boom at once. The call is urgent, nnd Hie may see it. L. ICIkin at once. women of the town und community It is said u majority of thu German should generously respond. prisoners ure n miserable looking lot, Mrs. Kohert McKobcrts. many of them suirering from internal So far as wo are aware the first complaints caused by exposure, nnd tho of the word "Khaki" In litermajority from hunger. Few of them have any hopes of Germany winning ature is in Kipling's "Tides From the the wur, and ono ollicer ventured the Hills," and in these it was necessary to explain to Kurupeun reader what it opinion that the time of the 1'iitlicr land's downfall whs nuar. He based liu ment. Khuki made its wny to universality opinion largely on tho scarcity of men, and certainly boyish facesnow in prison for field service In the American armies, cages appear to be indicative of H lack only in the first decade of this century. It Is not un impressive color for a solof human material. dier, but it ulfords u better degree of' "Looking from the broadest aspect protection especially upon Mexican or 311113 17 at the events of the past fortnight in Southwestern plains, limn cloth of uny, Kuisia," said Major Gun. Frederick II. other color. Just now, ft Is the only 300118 Maurice, chief director of military op- wear for American youngmanhood that 701 121 erations at tho Wur Olllce, "it will gives full satisfaction to the wearer. I 72-23 necessarily mean a prolongation of the The word Itself, borrowed from India 25 and military garwar. We cannot longer count on any signifies great material assistance from Kussia. ments of the color were first emp'oyed C 131 37 This means a greater burden on the In India. 61 140 other entente allies and for the United Flour in sacks or barrels, satisfaction 717-1- 41 States It means that she must come o j 42 the field as soon as possiblo andNvitli guaranteed or money back. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. 77,1-the greatest possible force." Ken-luck- y three-judge table-cloth- - nobly-Will- i drafted into the National Army that could not read and write and that pro visions had been made to teach these boys at a nominal cost of $1.00 each, if Garrard county would subscribe $250. in donations of one dollar each, plans were immediately put on foot and an organization effected and the money raised in two days. Mr. It. L. Elkin was made chairman of the Organization and Lieutenants were named in almost every precinct in the county, all of whom did splendid work und to whom the elm ir man is especially indebted. The names and addresses of those contributing will be sent to the Commission at Frankfort where they will be filed and perhaps some day, those contributing their money to this fund, will receive a letter from the unfortunate soldier who could not read and write, thanking him for his contribution, that now gives the young man so much joy and happiness. i Buggies, Wagons, Harness. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buying.. THE WAY OF THE TRANS- GRESSOR IS HARD. 037-1- 122 350-1- dust-roto- 128-1- 103-1- in-t- 30-1- 146 That the way of the transgressor is han was truly demonstrated last night when Jim Bryant, of Science Hill and Jim Owslev, a colored barber, of Somerset, ran their machine into that of J. A. lleazley's just in front of Sheriff Bullurd's home on the Stanford road, wrecking both cars. Sheriff Uallard was in ten feet of the accident and immediately urrestvd Bryant and Owsley, who had in their possession, thirty- three gallons of whiskey in pint bottles, James II. Greer Lancaster beside several dozen bottlei of beer Wallace M. Nealey Hryville packed In ice. At the time of the ac James Hughes, llourne. Ky. cident Bryant was driving at a rapid Sam Flummer Faint Lick gait and on a perfectly straight road. William Illsck Lancaster There seems to bn no excuse offered Isrial G. llulfman Lancaster for the accident. Owsley was placed G. T. Uallard Jr. Lancaster in jail and Bryant was held on a cash Harry Alcorn Wilmore bond which ho gave. The negro claims Otto Howling Taint Lick all of the whiskey and says ho bought Everett Darker. Bourne. Ky. it for his own personal use. He will Frank Fullsrd Hubble probably be tried or as soon as Itichard It. Anderson CO. It2 he gets financial aid from Somerset, Charlsy Itay Lancaster his home town. y W. J. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 16 EXCELLENT MODEL. For Stout Women Is Thlt Build. of Longitudinal El H mm ! 9 7. 1 Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ofllce at Ralney s Livery Stable. Lancnstcr. Kentucky 1'hone 229. Offlcelloursj.p": W.A. Wheelei Doctors Of DtBtal Surgery. OF M. K. Denny and Office: Biormea on-- , BnildlDiom lint I LANCASTER. A Andti utnttnre Store. KENTUCKY BUILDING LOTS AND The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men nnd Boys. Best by test. Kvery pair guaranteed. G. C. COX, Manse,Ky Farming Lands Saturday, August 25th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 125 ML, J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Residence Oflke Over National Hank. I'hone 3. Oflke I'hone 27 LANCASTER, KV. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Kontuoky. AtTXCMX SUIT. Long, straight lines loosely girded by a stringy sash belt oro tbo Idea for women no longer sylphllke. Tlie material Is beige wool Jersey clotli, cut with patch pockets liugo in ratio to tbe size of tbo lady herself. Tho tailored Uscro btraw bat Is also smart Faint Liok, RAIN OR SHINE. TUB FROCKS. How to Wash Them Without Running Their Colors. Wben wasbbig colored summer frocks at homo remember tlicso bints: To prevent tbo color running add to the rinsing water a llttlo vinegar for mauve or bcllotrope. or gall for brown, alum for green, metbylatcd spirits for all shades of lemon or yellow and salt for blue. A handful of salt hi tbo rinsing water acres of land adjoining the City of Lancaster; fine front- Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. , nearly always nets ns a preservative for any shauo or color. Brown bollnnd frocks always present n better appearance If washed In bran water without any soap being used. Boll a pound of bran In two quarts of clean warm water and wash tho dress Is as many changes of water as necessary. Ithiso through cold water and when half dry Iron on tbo wrong side with a hot iron. Bilk summer blouses want washing quickly and carefully, ono at a time. l)o not wring tho blouses, but squeeze through two bowls of soapsuds, then rlnso through clear warm water. Palo colored silks Improvo by being given a second rinsing through blue water. Roll In a towel and Iron beforo qulto dry with n fairly hot Iron, keeping a Dlcco of muslin between tbo silk and the Iron. A good tip Is this latter. Many homo laundresses rulu silk blouses, making them yellow, by washing In very hot water. Homemade 6oda Water. Boll together in a granlto saucepan pounds granulated sugar, three two pluts hot water and two ounces tar taric ncld. At tho end of five minutes nut it wbero it will get cool. Wbeu cold stir in tho beaten whites of three eggs nnd ono ounce wlnlcrgrccu or sartaparllla. Bottle. When ready to uso put a tablespoouful In a glass halt full of water (cold), add a scant quarter tcaspoonful fcoda, beat and drink while foaming. This is a staplo prcyluct for cmmrcus icmonaue, a ucucious sum' mer drink jlcldlug a nickel harvest for tome pet charity or small boy's private exchequer. Almost a Cloiet. Tersons living lu apartments or fur- ulthed rooms will lliul this a useful dcvlco for increasing closet capacity 1'ustcn ouo end of a heavy wlro (pic ture wlro works well) to a hook in the closet, tlncad tho other end through tho spring of a patent clothespin, wind tho who ubout tho second hook, and so on around tho closet until tbcro is a clothespin between each pulr of hooks. This Is an excellent way of holding skirts or waists and can bo removed easily. age on Lancaster and Lexington pike; a state aid pike; splendid John M. McRobertt. brick dwelling and other out buildings. Or. Printus Walker. High School building which cost Veterinary Surgeon. Close to New Graded and promptly, $35,000.00 and has an endowment of $50,000.00 and a corps of 14 Culls answered Phone 30 day or night. Kentucky. teachers. Accessible to water works and 24 hour electric light Lancaster, J. E. EDWARDS, M service. 1 For a number of years the former owner of this farm has been solicited to sell in separate tracts or lots,ibut refusedjand this is the first and original opportunity to secure these building lots and "baby" farms Phone 365-'BUCKEYE, KY. J anyone tract of about 40 acres. This farm is known as the Mrs Pattie D. Gill farm and was recently purchased as a whole by Jas. I. Hamilton and Mr Hamilton is now offering to sell that which the people have been wanting Tor a long time. Here is an opportunity either for homes or investment. Remember the date and don't fail to attend. 12 Gals. Plentyof Burgoo A Registered Berkshire Gilt and Othes Valuable Presents Given Away. Music By Brass Band !afeft HUNTERS Curra ami ireTrnta rape. , cuoic ra, aua . At (true othrrtU or hr mall iulitlJ rhu Poultry Tonic mkn It )V r.llnn. tit ilia Lrat ml lttiUrjrtuntcknown i ZT wllli NU tuitla of rairt iM'Ma rnIU titf. VCHl Yna can BJ For further particulars inquire of ItitiM liaali Ce, luliiue.!' Sold by R. E. McRobcrts. TAKE NOTICE. The Real Estate Man, GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. SWINEBROAD, Nlchol-asville, Lancaster, Kentucky. n JakelHurtUill. Mn. Julia Davis cf EJenton is here with relatives. Mr. James Sebastian was In Saturday. Mr. andMrs. Ambrose Calico were In Hlchmond. Friday. MM. I'rcntice Walker and children visited relatives here Sunday. Messrs Ilenryland Everett Sebastian were guests of Mr. Earl Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Eb Moberly entertain, ed a number of relatives Sunday. teaspooufal of nut meg, tcaspoonful of cloves. Combine with sugar mixture alternate ly with oue cupful of sour milk. Add ono cupful of chopped raisins. Spread about tbo thickness of gingerbread In a large tin. Ilako In a moderate orem. Good warm. cinnamon, r one-ha- lf McssreJAmbroso and George Calico Egg Spice Cake, On M. cupful of butter and have sold their farm to Mr. II. Cream oiio-baadd ono cupful of sugar and ono egg. Kurti. To two cupful? of flour add one Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson of of soda, ouo tcaspoonful of guests ofjMr. and Mn. E. II. Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. John Aikins of were guests of Mrs. John Brown, Sunday. Little Miss Josephine Ralney of Lancaster has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. H.'.Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie and children of Marksbury visited Mrs. W. T. Nod, Thursday and Friday. The tent meeting which has been in progress here for the past thrco weeks closed Sunday evening. Messrs Frank Land, Charlie CI row, Walter Crow and Howard Land motor cd to Stanford, Monday. Davis is having a Mr. Thompson largo tobacco barn erected, also both of his dwellings repainted. Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Meidamcs Lucy Kidd, Dee Young and two daughters spent Friday in Hlchmond. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dalley ana daughters wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walton near Marksbury Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark and Misses Stella- and Maude Clark of Marksbury were here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Mrs. Hiram Ray, Messrs Howard Land and Burnett Sanders motored to Crab Orchard, Wednesday. - sutler-in- g Hollon will lead) A special address out this agreement. Except each11 for and special music will bo features of of us have the right to kill from a nervous rabbits ' to Lexington tho program. several weeks, wss taken our .arms or permit it to bo done (' Thursday for treatment, another under our supervision, or BOOKKEEPING of some responsible and Itev. D. F. Sebastian Tilled his reguBuslass,Phonograpny V. reliable person selec'ed by us. lar appointments here Saturday and TYPEWRITING and Sunday. His subject Sunday was This November 15th, 1916. TELEGRAPHY "Spiritual R. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W. H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Mesdamcs It l'rM.nt Wi Ttricf iptrioDC in nKftnlll J no. M. Farra, LuilofM, fcUo 44 ytsrt txlurtliDf W Alex Walker, I.ucv Kidd, Dee Young and Misses Al- lad baailo worn a for ttrr vtriCflUr now, W. II. Burton, U&MI SITU, leCBlaafM, Ms Haselden Bros., T. A. Elkin, iens Young, Lura Vivian Young, Iva F. M. Tinder, and Lcnna Hollon, spent Thursday J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, John II. Smith, with Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Davis SAFETY-SERVICG. M. Deshon, J. N. Ross, and daughters. Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox, September 17th Is the date set for SATISFACTION Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, the opening of the protracted meeting Withers Bros, W. M. Mahan, at Liberty Baptist church. Rev. E. B. The big 3 combination William, Marcus and Jim White. English of Berea will conduct tho serB. F. Wilmot, J. U. l'ope, vices with Rev. Sebastian. . Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, Hudson, Hughes when In The J, W. Elmore, Bale Ties for Sale. W. R. Cook, and Farnau. T. C. Rankin. Huffman Bros, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, The Missionary Society of the BapW. B. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. tist church met Thursday afternoon. Agency R. E. Henry, Jno. M. White, Mrs. Walter Grow led the meeting. Bright Herring. The September meeting will be held Also 0 Tear Farm A. D. Bradshaw, R. L. Barker. Scott HufTmsa Thursday, Sept 20th and will be open Loaai. Wm. and Liitie Onstott to both men and women. Miss Lenna Miss Ruth Itay, who has been break-dow- Thl Agreement Witneascth; That in order to protect tho game on our lands for a period of three veara we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody elso to do to, and wa further agree to proaecuto with dili gence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act na Deput" Game Wardens for tin- - purpose of ci.'-rvl- E- Insured D. A. Thomas. 5-1- 8 20 J The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 16, 1917. min ma m - A TVTTVTVT mm TTVTrTT TVTTTMVTP mm mm m 1 mm Q1 Mm mu MM mm m 7 m - OF - His Thirteenth Bird man Dropped Dy ALAN ::- SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. SucccMora to lluejica & Swinebruatl OF - HINSDALE Kill-o- NICE FARM AT LANCASTER, - - - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN n wu of the third genJohn eration of mi Irhh retolut'oiilst who after the ruppreaxliiii of the revolt In Ireland found it iiecesp.iry to emigrate. John' grandfather rnmo to America, married mi American anil a i!iiunhtcr of IiI.h mntfleU William Wilson, an 1'iigllnlimnii. Johnny amis Kent over tu Knghind EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. to In- - educated and rnmo bark very enthusiastic over the KnglUli licoplc. ncrea The was that when tho Our record for the pant elKlit Vinra show falca of more than out be of land, beside" n lnrp;e nmount of town nml city property anil stocks of mcr. great world'n vuir broke Imperial went llrlt-M- i over to light under tho clinnilinf. amounting t more limn Jl.aSO.OOO.iW nnd ttiU bualnem was ilone to Hug. the entire intlfaclion of more tlmn MK) client nml endomera and they are my Tho only perwit toward whom John references for "fair dealing." felt n reul enmity was Llmer Treat, I know how, when, where nnJ what whoso grandfather came from Prom my experience, in the buiincH Tho two ns youngster bad lieeti to ntlverllco. bell-fa- rm land,, city property, dwelling chunvi; but, as luck would lime It, To the one who liaa property to 1 nolicit they xt 11 1 on n girl, nnd, though neitola or btwinesa property, merchandise, or nny real estate projiojltlon, ther felt aurt ho had gained the advanbelieving 1 can handle it to your entire aatlnfaclion. jour businea. I now have on hand a tage over thu other, tho rivalry sepa1.1st vour farm or other property with me now. rated them. Whether or not It broko lone list of parlies who are going to buy aomething somewhere and your prop- their friendship this story will tell. 1 am looking for. erty may bo j'litjwhat Johnny thought be could nerve tbo To the oneho wanta to invest, 1 solicit your patronage as I know values fatherland of his ancestors be considdeal through me you will get "value received" ered liluiself an American, and an and know that when you close a American only In tho Hying corps. Uo for your money. therefore went to Tendon und after a I have on hand for sale al all times a Large Number of Farms. Dwellings City Property not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly courtio of Instruction that fitted him to changing, by salen, expirations renewals, listing new properties and aom of make n bird of himself was scut to tho front for active duty. At first ho my best properties. Ire not advertised at the request of the owners. of Garrard County, write me nml 1 will tell you was sent up Into the nlr to locate tho aru n If you enemy's guns nnd signal their posiall about our County, its fertile soil, its pruducts, market facilities, good roads, tion, but after n year at that kind of of I,nncater nnd its business, its people and Upgrowth. uervlro ho was muile n memlier of tbo schools and churches, The following is just a few of the proerties I have on hand for sale now. flshtlinr corps. PAHMS. When Johnny left America for tho A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with war bo did so partly because bo had been refused by Allco Weutberby. about 100 acres of cliff and grazing lind thrown in. Thin was tho girl that he uud i:imcr A fertile, farm of 181 acres with splendid improvements, land lies well Treat had split upon. Whether Treat and Is on pike. bail won where ho hnd failed bo did miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwell-in- g A small farm of 13 acres. 3J riot know, bnt ho felt wry bitter toand new barn, good land lies well. ward bis former friend, liecauso ho A farm of fiO acres, on pike 2J miles from tow:i. land rolling, very fertile, presumed that Trent bad toJccu flnfalr advantage of lilm. Hut was there ever inoitly in grass, laige tobacco barn 4 room house. a rlvnlry wherein ono party did not A farm of SIJ acres, extra tobacco and hemp land, rolling. 2 Urge barn, consider that the other bad used unsplendid dwelling, land well fenced and well watered tenant house and other fair means? It Is tho girl who throws out buililings. tho applo of discord between them. Ono day John Olson went up to get A farm of 'Ji acres of rich land, part level and part rolling, fine dwelling aeroplane. Ife had of HJroomJ. balls, cellar etc. 2 acre orchard. '.'J miles from town on pike. This hU thirteenth twelvo nud hud been brought down one a bargain. duly decorated by tho government. tf acres of very fertile land on pike 1 mile from town, good dwelling and, John set out about 10 o'clock of n fine orchard ami the land priced right. spring morning. As bo rose about the largo barn and other beA farm of 128 acres, 4 miles from town, on pike, land partly polling treetopt bo beard the birds singing low him and wondered If they were splendid Improvements. not jealous of the Invasion of their cleA farm of 110 acres of fine land well improved, on pike accersibleto marment. On reaching tho height ho dethree county seuts, land lies well. sired he started toward the enemy's ket of Fur In the dlstnuce ho saw ciA small furm of IS acres, one.fourth mile from pike, with good improv-mcnt- s. lines. ther an neropluno or u bird, but bis practiced eye noon told him that It was A farm of ISO acres, partly rolling, very fertile, splendidjimprovements, wnx It long lvforo former. large 9 room bncktdwelllng with front lawn to pike, easy terms. C5 Jacres in the neroplane Nor appeared to Ihj beading the cultivation, balance in grass. for John. ' 1 mile from town, fronting ontwo pikt When the A farm of 201 acres of level land, came to within a lnllo susceptible of division into maller farms, dandy building sites. of each other each seemed to rrallzo es, stuglcd out for a fight. A farm of Ki acres, on pike, all in blue grass, large barn, fine buildirg that he was They circled about each other, either site for dwelling, orchard, land ready for tobacco and hemp, closejto school and fur observation or for position, neither churches, also 5 miles from Lancaster. appearing to earn to come to quarters A farm of 21.4S acres of nearly level land, 5 room)lwelllng,!large dwelif closo enough for. a fight. John, who fertile, on pike close to schools and churches. This is was armed with a long range gun, gent Ing, large orchard, land a shot by way of opening tho scrim"dandy" little home. mage, but It either fell short or went of 40 acres, high class land, on pike, on pike, GJmiles from ;Stan-ir- d A farm wild. Ilia enemy did not seem ready Will be sold worthjtho money and on eastterms. an ideal location. for reply. G miles from OanvilIeand G milesfrom Tho combatants were not near enough A farm of 151 acres on pike. .ancaster. right on pike, two sets of improvements, farm liesilinKnearly a to distinguish each other's faces, or If and they were they were, too much covered quaro and can be divided with fronts on pike. In splendidKneighborhood them to do so. Presently tho iht at small village with school and churches. stranger suddenly veered from bU POIt KKNT: A farm of 280 acres, well located, well improved andlnearC course nnd, putting on ull speed, niado ' all In grass and n part of the grass ready for the plow.Witl be rented for straight for his enemy'H machine. Johu swerved, nnd tho other passed him on le j ear 191K. 1 mile from Lancaster, splendidj brick tho Hank, both firing at tho same time. A small farm of 11 acres, on pike man was hurt, but tho IkkIIos isldrnce, large barn and other out buildings, well watered.JHuvIa home close Neither ncroplunes received several of both best town in Central Kentucky. the lmlletH. this:-TI- IE II EST IIAHGAIN in Ken- A farm of COO acres - LISTEN to Now an they dushed past each other pikes, near the famous Camp Dick Itobinson section of Johnny got n view of bin enemy, much nekv Ideated on two (lurard County. ' art oi mis i"u virgin mm, rrauj iur nemp unu louacco. us he might see It by u Hash of lightof cultivation. 4 dwellings on the farm, ning. There was something ulxiut It SCO acres is nearly level in high state reminded bltn of his former friend main dwelling is uii ideal Kentucky Country home. 2Elnrge newgtobacco thut the beenemy who ho If nnd subsequent unfairly withbad barns and other out buildings, well watered and well fenced. bcrns. stock referlieved had ailed is too much for you. will sell you n 275 acre tract. or',U5 acre ence to Alice Weutberby. the entire fa.m Nonsene! tract or 85 acre tract. Priced right and on easy terms. There were n thousand to one chances against his meeting Klnier Treat nny-wheA farm of 117 acres of rolling land, new dwelling, barn &c. well watered one who does not carej'.to be right on terra llrma In Kuropo nnd 2J miles from town, will suit noino a million to one that be would not on the pike. Will sell at bargain if bought at once. meet him a thousand feet up In tho CITY ritOl'KKTY: air. Nevertheless that brief glimpse New modern dwelling of 8 rooms, 2 halls, cellar, buth.iroorns, modern he hud got of tho man In tho other improvements, furnace heated, electric lights, water works, small modern bam iimehine was niunelnusly suggestive of Elmer. kind 4 acres of land. ltut Johnny was lighting for llfo A dwelling of 0 rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. and realized fully that nil bis faculties new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern convenience's? should lio evenheil In tnulng the lire Another and building lots. A number of other dwelling of tho man who was 1'ent on killing For further particulars and prices inquire of him. llcstdcs. Hie fact thut liU enemy reminded him of the man be believed hnd Injured him with tho woman be loved did not tend to extinguish Inbliu the madness of war. Taking udvuti. tngo of it turn the other made, In Kentucky. which ho exposed himself favorably fur n shot, Johnny Hied tit blm uud saw blm lust :uit ly collapse. "Thank heat en!" said John. "I've passed my thirteenth!" The enemy's neroplauo begun to sink slowly In a spiral. John could not bo OF LANCASTER. sure, whether or not tho man In hei bud any control oer her or not. Slowly alio circled till she reached nu open space lu the rear of tho llilllsli lines John followed. ik'Milil of troops. A. II DENNY, President' struct; thu ground near him uud, when J. E. STOItMKS, Vice Prea'L be ceased to move, ullghted and ran S. C. DENNY. Cashier, over to tho other aeroplane. Ho found Elmer Tieut dead. J. L. Glix, Hook-Keepft. T. Juimr, Ass't Cashier. A revulsion cauio over John El. Itson. "Curse my thirteenth!" ho cried bit terly. "I have killed my chum!" Klllton naked to bo transferred from WE SOLICIT YOUB BUSINESS. tho Hying corps uud later wut wounded K. Denny. Alex Ho was discharged on terra llrma. J. H. Poiey, J. E. Samual D. Cochran, and returned tu America. Hut lie did Stormei. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr.. W. M. Elliott, Directors. not marry Allco Weatberby "THE L.AINL) OP NOW" rule at As agent lor the heirs of Mrs Sallie B. Welsh, deceased, I will on Tuesday, August 21st, 1917 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. R. K. A. T. Scott, Auct. Swope, Agent. KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, to ATTEND THE GREAT Lincoln County fr AT STANFORD, KY. FAIR 22, 23, AUGUST l 17 Liberal Premiums for Horses, Mules, Cattle Sheep and Hogs. SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATEiMAN. Lancaster. Floral Hall and Poultry Exhibit. Rich Roadster, Saddle and Double Team Rings. $150 MULE THE NATIONAL BANK COLT RING AND BIG COLT WORTH STARE CuplM $50,000. Surplus $30,000. $230. Your Friends Will Meet You at Come and Bring the Whole Family. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. For Catalogue and Other Information Write The Lincoln County Fair. E. C. WALTON, Secty. I m ran rd Mr. William Hay of Illinois".! is with THE BEST TEST. his parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. .Mike Kay. Miss Go,die McMilian "Pen' ! Is The Test Of Time, nilCIHDOP DUolllboj niirilDDO I Lou Preston. lAlLUKLj.iwe ei11 W' W. Sanders and W; In this day of high efficiency more Years ego this Lancaster resident Whitaker were in Lexington told of good results from using Doan's failures are dee to disordered Stomachs J ,ast wck- Kidney Pills. Now C. T. Urummctt of than to any other cause. Nothing un- dermines the body and mind so quickly ' Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker and chil-a- s Crab Orchard St., confirms the former Stomach Trouble. It saps the en- - dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. statement says there has been no reergy and reduces ambition and vitality i Jesse Hill. turn of the trouble. Can Lancaster Misses Margaret and Naomi Cornish people ask for more convincing testito a low ebb. Cathartics frequently Overcome I of Harrodsburg, are with Mr. and Mrs. mony? aggravate the trouble. quickly your Stomach, Liver and In- H. M. Kurtz. Airs, lirummett. says: ".My kidneys testinal Trouble with Muvr's Wonder-fu- l Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith. Mrs. were out ol order and I had pains Remedy, as it reaches the neat of Lucinda Guller were guests Saturday through ray back. At times I was the disease. Millions have been res- of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gulley. nervous. Doan's Kidney Pills msde stronger in tored by it. Let one dose of Mayr's Air. T. O. Hill sold to Mr. Eugene me feel much better and Wonderful Remedy convince you today. Dradshaw a horse price $ll)o. every way." (Statement given Feb Also a For.sale'by R. E. Alclioberts. 2 3t. ruary C, cow to Mr. Steve Walker for $3G. HENEFIT. LASTING Mrs. Julia Walker, Mrs. Sam Cotton On November 17, 191C, Airs. lirumV and Mrs. Ann Luyton sp-n- t CARTERS Friduy mett suid; "I have had no return of with Mr. and Mr. Kemp Walker. kidney trouble since Doan's Kidney Little Tilden Jennings is very sick at Voto for A. T. Scott of Uryantsvilie, i Pills cured me. I know they are a this writing. for Assessor of Garrard Co. Any fav- good remdy and I often recommend Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen are re-- : ors shown him will Le appreciated, adv ' them to others." ijr over the arrival of a fine girl, fiOc ut all deulers. Mr. and Mrs. L. Urown and daugh-- ! Foster Milburn I und Mrs. Arthur Matlock vi,ile ter, Minnie I'earl. andjlaseom iirown, Co, Mfgrs, liuiralo. N. V. . liter Mrs. Will I'arson last Sunday. attended the Lexington fair last Thurs..lus Estella Davis and sister Virgie day. welted Miss Luraint Davis lastAIonduy. Mr. and Mrs. Ame Mansford and IIOGWALLOW NEWS Mrs. C, S. Roop visited her sister daughter, Rena Ray, of Frankford are (Hog Wallow Kentuckiun) Mrs, J. T. Dawson of Klrksvlllo last spending a few days witli Mr. E. li. Ray und family. week. Business has been so dull with the Mr. and Mrs. 1". II. Ray, Mr. and Deputy Constable for the past fortnight Mrs. S. M, Davis and Mrs. Robert Green made u business trip to Hereu Mr.4. Ame Alunjford, and Mrs. I'ermelia that he went over on Alusket RlJguthls Hogic were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. week ur.d raided a checker gume. last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and children Jqitha Onstott. Friday, In the next generation when aeroplanes Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Arnon, Mr. and will visited Yif r parents Mr. and Mrs. F. 1'. have become common carriers, (Airs. II. Ray, Mr. and Airs. Geo. Ray, much will be heuid Ilrjuut lust Saturduy night. about overheud exand Mr- - 1,ml Ir3- - Leslie Urudshaw, Messrs pense. Mrs. Dora Davis and daughter I Smlllle Hill Hen Wood, and Aliases Mr. ar.d Airs S. M. Davis visited Mr. A calf hus myatsrously disuppeaied Haibarii Gu'lcv und Irene Dradshaw und Mrs. A. L. Davis last Sun nay. from the Rye Straw vicinity and tliu Sm"la wilh Mr- - "lr Vote for A. L. Scott of Hrvunttville"I,,!n' owner was hero yesterday looking for family. for of Gurrard Co. Any favor It. Ilu wua in the poslolllce Inquiring shown him will be appreciated, udv ( ubout it, but thu Postmuster declured Air. und .Mrs. Caleb Todd of llerea i tliut so far us liu new there hudn't been Mr. und Airs. Rlulford Jennings wero a cult in there this year, the guest of Mr. and Airs. J. L. Allen Vam Sims reports that he lot Ids ImThe undersigned hereby give warnlast Sunday. ing to all persons not to trespass upon agination run away with him the other Air. Earnest Gabbard und Aliss Allie any purpose whatever us night when he passed the graveyard Dluiuon drove to thu home of the Rev. our lands for und saw some strange looking white W. F, Uryant and were united In mar- we will prosecute all offenders to ful object moving around umong the tombt- law. Hunters and. riage. We wish them a long nnd happy lost extent of stones. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 16 J 9 7. 1 Having registered for the Selective Army and liable for call at any time, I 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 dwelljng 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 8. TERMS One-thicash, balance in one and two years. Any information can be had by calling on or writing 1 aturday, Au gust 18th. 1917 ALEX DOTY LANCASTER ET. BAD STOMACHS MARKSBUKY Mrs. Cunningham Saturday. was in Ilurgin Miss Alaggie Hogg of Cincinnati is home for the summer. Aliss Pauline Ilurdette of Ilurgin is spending a few' days with Mrs. Charles Dunn. Alisses Georgia Dunn and Sallie Lou Myers have been visiting the Aliases Royston. Air. Tom Aldridge and family of Ind, have been vititing Air. Geo. Aldridge at ing Itibles to be distributed among our began teaching last soldiers. Monday week with n Urge number of Air. and Mrs. Ryle Isom entertained pupils at Rico Academy. a number of guests Sunday In honor of Air. W. C. Greening of Oklahoma his brother. Air. liojil Isom and bride City who has been the guest of relativ- of Letcher county. es here is visiting in Hustonville. A very successful meeting of two Vote for A. T. Scott of Uryantsvilie for Assersor of Garrard County. Any weeks with Pleasant Grove church, came to a close on last Friday evening, favor shown him will be appreciated, with 17 additions. 7 of this number (adv.) joined by letter. Rev. Pervls of Crab A collection was taken Sunday at the Orchard did the preaching. Large church which will he imd fur purchas crowds attended each service. , Aliss Holtzclaw and family. iLLE. I I I I I I jv&Sk '3,lSfWr This Man Smiles! TE has found a real Non-Ski- d No Wonder ul Assor PSkml Ik fR!bs wtmmL and Wr'T V yvl tread so constructed actually protects against Scrs of wet pavements muddy roads. And the that dan- - price POSTED life. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N H Price R. L. Elkin II. C. Arnold. J. C. Rigsby. BUCKEYE Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. T. R. Slavln. R. L. Arnold. Miss I'attie Long spent Sunday with C. M. Moberly. It. L. Darker. Mrs. Thompi Davis. Ii. M. Lear. S. C. Rigsby. Miss Ha Hill entertained a number Julia Parks Sirus Daily. of fnends at dinner, Sunday, A. L. Gibbs. Miss Kettle Atkins spent the weekWo will add other names for 25 cents end with Miss Minnie I'earl Drown. casta. Tobe Aloseley read in a column of plate matter in the Tkkvilla Tidings this week where u wedding took place In high society uway off yonder somewhere. The article went on to describe thu alfair and took occuision to say that the bride marched down the the aisle attired In u handsome white gown. Tobo says right there she ought to have been sent home. K'W W&mT'Tl wffi liv'f jPU ' Tire For Sale By Arcade Garage Haselden Brothers. Rex Garae company. WSKKiim 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 16, 1917. . For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values V oder ate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest In, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. I Hi DAIRYING AND LIVE STOCK FEWER DAIRY i i, THE DAIRYMAN. I f 1 jjj M COWS. (ill 30 any OR A 300 ACRES rW.fi location, adaptation or Improvements consult the Slaughter of Vsal Calve. Has Dsplstac Numbir of Cattls. Anybody can eo through n hotu In the Hull. It ought not to le to bring nuy urguint'iit to pruio that uIkii wc Ntll ii culf for teul that puis nu In nil hope of its ovel p. gruwlug Into u row, willtn II. I,. in tho town llouicslcail. Tho rulf that Is uindo Into meat is a dead tnlf. No crnv from Hint koiircc. On the other (!) linml, a en If mi veil nnd rulwd will in due tliuo become member of the dull? ncccs-r-iiry Vln-rei11 True woilh In n bull Is lndl- euled by the performance of his daughters at the pall and tho showing of his sous nu tho block. The bruins of the birrtlcr build up the herd. Konniiiuy Is clllclrn- cy in production. 4- Kindness Is n cheap supple- incut to tho ration nml produces big gains In milk How. Keep tho calf rails as clean as 4-- tho milk pulls. The cow giving tho richest milk does not necessarily bring the biggest crenm check. It Is the total amount of fat pioduccd 4 that counts. ATTENTION FARMERS For the next thirty days, we are making special prices on Tl TlmtMS -- Hflfl.1 I AuENCV. DC DC 3C 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO :THE FRONT Hlght now tin Country ii calling for men of stout hearts and sound baJies. It nee Ji them to keep Old ICJIory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting uj emphasizes, nsl nothing else could d), tho impjrtanee of goad health, both as an individual and national asct. It gives point to thi suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody shoul I guird their liealth ns a priceless posWhen you find yuuraelt running down and not exactly session. keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take n course of COM-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy yoit. or meiicy hank If you'll do that, von will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for lick of red. blood when you; answer the call of the colors, sells at Ono Dollar lor thrcee boxes, legally guaranteed for tho sto'nach, liver, kidney's, loels, bladder, blood and Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COW1IOY LINIMENT, for nil Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. 1 herd. What Is the effect of this wholcsnlo klllliiH of calves for veal In this country? A slnglo eeiitenco will answer that question In great part. Honrlup prices fur lioots nnd shoes, harnesses, chairs with leather bottoms, scats for fact, uutomubltes, belts of leather-- in for everything Into which the construc tion of leather enters. Milk Is crcry day climbing up lu price to the consum er, butter nml cheese nre following. meats of all kinds nre pnictlcnlly pro hibitive, and, Dually, people are suf' feting more than we know from lack of wholesomo dairy products, and all liernuso of the disposition to slaughter tho calves and sell the good cows. In tho United States there nre 0,000, 000 fewer cows now than wo had fif teen years ago, and the dearth Is all the inu Increasing. What Is going to bo the outcome of nil this? Moro suf fering, moro poor health on the part of old folks and little children mid, final ly, less money for dairy farmers, for we nro ruining our own soureo of rcV' enue. Only one sort of n calf ever should bo slaughtered as long as the present stringency lasts, and that Is the ealf that has no promlso In htm when bo comes to tho ago of maturity. bull calves should bo saved until tho country's need of good sires has been supplied. Inferior bull enhes might bo disponed of, but tho cho'co ones ought to bo kept. There Is gootl mon ey In growing really desirable male Ily adver calves for dairy purposes. tising a little It Is always possible to sell any surplus stock we may luivc, RAISING DRAFT HORSES. Sound, High Crads Mar of Qocd Conformation Most Profitable. Prepared Ly L'nltnt Htiit.s department ct agriculture,. Tho uniformity In tho marcs kept on a particular farm generally Is not glv. en much consideration. There Is satis' faction and convenience lu having mares similar enough In type and ac Hon so that one can readily till tho place of another at any kind of farm work. Such marcs are especially de sirable when It Is necessary to work thrco or four abreast- - In caso four are needed to n wngon It Is a good nd vcitisemcnt to the owner's Judgment and nblllty as a horseman to havo them all uniform, In good condition and hooked up to n nicety. If tho mnrcs tecmblo each other and nro bred to tho same Mnllion it will often be possible to sell the young horses ns pairs, In which form they nearly always cell at n premium. Tho market for horses bred lu this manner will not 1k over crowded very soon, ns readily will bo attested by any ono who has been con fronted with the dlrllcult task of pur chasing from farmers mated pairs of a certain type. Ilrced characteristics In pure bred or grade inures slgulfy Impressive ancestry and prciwtency. Femininity of expression nnd conformation Is an Indication of gootl breeding qualities. ROOFING, BOXING, NAILS, ETC. FRAMING, Buy nowjas prices this falirare sure to be higher. A. H. Bastin &, Son As- We carry H. W. JohnslManville Famous bestos Roofing. WHITE SWAN RAPE FOR PASTURE. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3723-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. in. 1L DC This Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU " s Cslli you to an Ideal vacation hlsh up In the of Western North Carolina. Days full of Interest, activity and sport nljhu of refreshing comfort and moup-tain- a olid sleep. Renew your health In the clear, cool mountain air. Co camping in the woods climb the peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving anJ motoring. Die, Cne hotels or quiet, inexpensive places, whichever you prefer. ui quote you lh lowrtt roun.l trip firct fumUK time uVU. tlttfituicftnjslllrtvcllnforniitlon. Call on nercic scent ol wait Let Furnishes an Excsllsnt Forage For Cattla, Shsap and Hogs. As a pasture crop for sheep, hogs aud enttlo rapo in of considerable vol lie. It Is greatly relished and produces rapid gains both In growing and fat truing stock, writes a correspondent of tho Iown Homestead. The crop may ho pastured at various ttages of Its development. When eaten down before. It has made a maximum growth It will grow up again with moro or less vigor. Hut In any event It Is best nut to be gin pasturing until It has made a growth of several Inches. Whether moro food Is obtained by this method than by allowing the rapo to attain Its full growth before turning stock on to It U uot easy to say. As u rule, how ever, tho latter plan Is the most prof' Itnblo to follow when sheep graze upon It, as It Is quite possible for sheep to eat it down so low as to Injure Its ca pacity for further growth. When rattlo are pastured on rapo they waste mora by trampling than do sheep or hogs. Usually dulry cows ought not to bewasturcd on rape, as It has a tendency to taint tho milk, but It may bo cut and fed to them uftcr each period of milking. On tho whole, sheep do better op rape than do either hogs or cattle. Neither sheep nor cnttlo should bo turned on rapo when they are very hungry or when tho crop Is wet with dew or rain, as they may cat more of It thnu they should, become bloated .and die In a 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 Th near mare In thta team, besides doing more than enougli work to tiy for her feed, has produced eleven live foals. Her offspring havo sold for good prices. Style, good disposition, quality, clean, tlat bone, concave, oicn feet, strong constitution, good proportions, deep, roomy bnrrel; width across the hips, denoting a large clvlc arch, and well developed vulva nnd teats aro quali ties especially desired In breeding mares. An inspection of the colts the Is tho best cvldcnco of mare produces her worth as a brood mare. The length of usefulness as producers varies great ly with different mares. Some will produco excellent colts when twenty-liv- e years of age, but If they produco until they aro fifteen years old they do very well. Much depends on tho Individuals and tho way they aro handled, breeding mares nro generally uuprolltablo produccis. Unsound horses loso breeders much money, conequcntly it Is of great Importance that nil horses vcned should Horses l'o as sound ns possible. unsound because (he tissue or tho structure, or both, at a particular point Is weak, or vho tho strain exerted on tho part is gieater than tho best tissuo and the best conformation could stand. Of course It bad conformation exists It Is n greed that animals thus built should uot bo used for breeding purposes whether they aro sound or Meal as can be found in the State. We wlshtolbuy, store or deposit fyour wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will sppreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & Hicks, W. 0. RIGNEY Ofllce Phone 18. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Lancaster, Kentucky. Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Pfaonea 339-- F or 83. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. short tlmo If not looked after. AiiiuuA that have uot lccii accusPhoenix Hotel Dldg? 118 East Main St. tomed to rape pasture may not take to Ky. Lexington, It at llrst, but they soon learn to llko It, and once they ucqulro a taste for It they will thrive on It and never tiro of it It Is beneficial when the Animals are pasturing on rape to give them access to a grass' pasture. The grass nnd rapo will keep them In llrst cluss condition. Oats fed once n day to sheep at tho rato of pound per head will have the same effect as uot tho grass nnd help to put on fat, but SPRAY THE CATTLE. It is not necessary to feed grain to most stock pasturing on rape, for n good growth of rnpo usually proves Ctsws Must Bo Protected From Flies to Keep Up Milk Production. sullleleut to fatten them. Tho season of tho Ily iiests which While pasturing on nie stock should mako llfo miserable for stock during have, free access to salt nud.uUo plenthe summer is on. Ilorso files, deer ty of fresh water. flies, hot (lies, horn tiles, stable flies and many others unite to cuuto u large part Tk Car of tho Drood Mar. Don't make n sluve of the brood of the annual decrease lu the milk flow mare. This Is the suggestion of Dr. during tho hot season. Tho sustained production of milk Is O. W, McCnnipbell, ussoclnto professor of animal husbandry lu the Kansas well known to depend largely on tho Kioto Agricultural college. Care should couifoit and contentment of tho dairy Residence Phone 33. tie taken to prevent uierworklug mid coir. I'Hes uot only cause direct loss overheating. Tho farmer should not al of blood nml jiolsouliig from their bites, low his desire fur Immediate gain to but also keep (ock from feeding proi- overcome his Judgment and saeilllco crly. Tho loss of milk from this caum; a good colt crop next spring to cava Is ono of tho serious problems that a few bushels of grain. Hani work Is fa co tho dairy farmer. Protect tho milking stock, at least, by ono of tho leading causes of abortion spraying with duo of tho prcurcd within the Urst four mouths of preg nancy. Thro mures can do the work sprays ou tho market or write to tho stato agricultural department for In of two geldings and raise three colt besides, and a well bred draft colt will formation on homemade ily repellents. Tho prevailing cost of feeds warrants Incorporated. cell for $100 at weaulug tlmo. special efforts to keep up the milk flow while cows are ou pasture- Ths Herdwlek Bhssp. A writer In the Shepherd's Journal refer to tho Herdwlek as Kuglaud's Milk Easily Tainted. Milk has many sources for contam All Orders Receive Prompt Attention cast Iron sheep. The IlerdwlcLs are fumed tor their mutton and thick, soft ination on Its circuit from tho cow tu aud consumer, any one of n hlch may undo fleeces. They stand the uardshl exposure of au Inclement climate bet tne caro exercised In regard to the ter than moat other breeds. theri. II. C. KINO, Division Pauenjcr Agent one-hal- f A Startling Truth Although you may not always be able to earn money; yet you will nevd money as long as jou live. This startling truth should cor.E vinc everybody of the importance of having money in the bank. A portion of your income should be deposited with a view to increasing your bank account until it becomes a substantial fund. DEPOSITS ARE PAID ON DEMAND. I OF LANCASTER, KY. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. O. I'.igney, Ass't Cash'r Job J. Walkkii, Jit., W. F. CHAMP, tnshier. e Citizens National Bank ONROLL OF HONOR. Draw A Check for the money you owe and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re They like to do businass with a man who has an account at the gard you Gward Bask & Trul Co. They know he Is doing business In a business like way. Retter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record,.Thursday, Aug 16, 1917. TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. 83UED - m EXEMPTION CLAIMS ARE TO BE MADE LIBERTY BOND A PRIZE Weekly. $1.00 a year. PUBLIC. For Airman Who Bombs Berlin. A $1,000 Liberty Bond was offered as a prize to the first American aviator who bombs Berlin from the air, ns Gtrman nirmen have been bombing London, by Slgmond Saxe, of New York City. The offer was made In a letter sent to the Aero Club of America, and Mr. Sure made the suggestion that it bo used ns the basis for a- permanent fund for that purpose. J. R.L Catered Member E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN, Local Editor nnd Mgr. u the foil ORlci In l.nnoitcr, Kj., at Second C1.it Mall M.ltcr, kkkKakm t 1 kkkkkkkkkV ikKkkkW J 'kWkkkl Kentucky Press Association tnd LH kkkkkkHkBBaLu JBWl rm Frankfort, Ky. Instructions reach ed Gov, Stanley Monday from Provost Marschal Gen. Crowdcr for tho local exemption boards to publish dally lists of men who claim exemptions from the draft and the grounds they offer. TO FARMER Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., August 16, 1917 BOYS ENCAMPMENT Ily competitive examination. In which a number of bovs took Dart. Mr. J. Gordon Dotv was named as the most competent to represent the Garrard County Roys Agricultural Club at the Farmer Bovs Encampment at the State Fair at Louisville during the week of Sept. 10th. to 15th. Gordon is the son REV. F M. TINDER RESIGNS of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Doty and his expenses will be paid to Louisville and Accepts Call to North Middle town Church return and during his stay there, by the EXEMPTION PAPERS Must Be Filed Promptly Reports of condition of growing crops this week generally haveadecidedly fa vorable tone and show marked improve, mcnt In nearly all crops, either growing or being harvested. Wheat Is being threshed nnd Is of good quality. Corn Is growing nicely nnd it very promising. A few more good rins in the next two weeks will assure n large crop. Pastures are much improved. Alfalfa, second crop of clover, sorgum, benns and grap es nre reported good. Sweet potatoes and tobacco are small, but growing nicely. The early potatoe crop Is good ami conditions nre favorable for the f:ond crop. Garden truck is now plen tiful and of excellent quality. Auk for Old Dominion. I lie Standard I'oitland Cement. For salo bv Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. FIRST CALL SEPTEMBER 5TH Marshal General Crowder has affirmed that thirty per centof tho men drafted for the national nrmv would bo called to the colors September 6th., beginning movements on that day; another thirty percent on Septembei 15, a third, thirty per cent on September 30 and the remaining ten per cent, ns soon thereafter ns possible. Vote for A. T. Scott of Brjantsvlllo for Assessor of Garrard Co. Any favor shown htm will be appreciated. After Receiving 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 . Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interRev. F, M. Tinder who has been the est of individuals or exprespastor of the Lancaster Christian church sion of individual views, per accept-e- d 10 for the past fourteen vears has line a col I to the North Middletown church 05 Obituaries, per line and will assume his duties there about September 1st. Last week he sent his resignation to the official board of the DEMOCRATIC TICKET church, but they declined to accept it and he promised to tnko the matter Under advisement for a few days. After consideration ho decided to accept the call and asked that his During the resignation be accepted For For For For For For Rates For Political Announcements ...S 5.00 Precinct and Citv OlIL-e- s Notice Of Ull. Fair Association. OBJECTORS ARE NOT Many persons that have been called before the Local Examination Hoard have failed to file their exemption papers on time, as the law plainly stnt es that such must be done on or before the SEVENTH day after the date of the mailing of the notice. The notice is dated and there should be no excuse for anyone to be late in filing his ex EXEMPT emption papers. THE HUPMOBILE AND fourteen years of Ilrother Tinders ser vice in this church, he has seen its For Senator. JAY HABLAN Representatire. J. HQGAN BALLARD. Count; Judge. A. D. FORD. . ? Sheriff. memDership grow by leaps and bounds He has deeply endeared himself to the people of the county, bothm thecliurch and out of it. He is very popular with every denomination and has always tak cn a leading part in the upbuilding of the town and community. The beat wishes to him and his estimable family will go with them, to thejr new field, where they soon will endear themselves to the good people of Bourbon county. Religious objectors will be assigned a definite place in the national army for the first time in a ruling made by Provost Marshall General Crowdcr. The men who would thus claim exemption will bo sent to mobilzation camps for duties which the President may desig nate, as The duties of the men have not been made known but may include labor messengers, motor drivers and clerks and when sent to the front, al though not actively engaged in fighting will be as much as any others exposed to shell fire in bringing up supplies or carrying the wounded back. CAPTAIN JOHN MENEFEE Earns Military Title At Training Camp Judge John N. Menefee, of Stanford who has been in training at Fort Ben jamin Harrison, Ind., for about three months, was successful in landing one of the best commissions that was given. He was made captain and this is indeed quite an honor to be thrust Uon anyone, but it was no more than his many friends expected of him when he left home for the fort. Copt. Menefee had for eight years been one of the leading lawyers of Stanford and always got what he went after. He has been at s his home for several days with before leaving for Boston, Mass. where he will take further training for six weeks and then he will return to Louisville, wherp he will' have charge of his company there. lie was given a hearty welcome in that city Monday. Capt. Menefee told a representative of tho Record of the fine work that Ector l.awson, of this rity had done. He had landed a lieutenant place and has made good during the whole camp never allowing anything to seem too much for him. home-folk- DODGE BROS CAR PROF. TODD Resigns Position At Stanford. Arcade Garage KINNAIKD Co. A. K. WALKER. County Attorney. SENDS CONGRATULATIONS GREEN CLAY WALKER. County Hon. Clay Kaufman, who was defeat ed for the Democratic nomination for State Senator by Hon. J. W. Harlan of Danville, in tho primary last Saturday, has sent to Mr. Harlan his congratula tions. Mr. Kaufman is u high class yoqng mun and will be heard from again Some of his friends in this section. think he would make a formidable can' didrtte for Congress. Danville Advc Court Clerk. W. A. DOTY. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. D. RAY. County cate. Prof. W. R. Todd, who has been a teacher in the High School at Stanford has asked that his resignation be accepted, in order that he might accept a nosition with a railroad in Chicago. The Stanford Interior Journal mentions that the resignation was reluctantly granted, as Prof. Todd had been unanimously to the position for next year. We are pleased to hear, however, that Mis. Todd.will continue her work as teacher of expression in the Lancaster Graded Schools. DOING HER BIT AND MORE. BROS., Managers. DRAFT LINES Are Being Drawn Tight And Married Men Must Answer The Call. Renewed emphasis has again been laid down by Provost Marshall General Crowder upon the fact that Congress framed the army draft law in the in tercst of the Nation, and not that of the individuals. For that reason the lines are being drawn tight in the mat ter of exemptions. Particular stress has been laid on Section two of the Selective Draft Law which exempts no person from military service on the ground of dependents, which section says; "Where the wife owns land which has produced income by the husband's labor, but which could with reasonable certainty be rented, during his absence, to other persons so as to produce an adequate supjiort." The government has acted slowly in bringing home to the people the rigid character of the draft act. There has been much discussion of the exemption problem, based on un erroneous view of the law's purpose, which assumed that married men, for instance would be exempted without question, and that the burden of military duty was to be carried fully to the single men among the 10,000,000 registered. General Crowder has taken tho position in recent rulings that marritd men will be exempted only when it is to the interests of the government that they should be excused from service. If the lemoval of the drafted man from his family circle probably would result in the family becoming u public burden it is to tlit interest of the government to leave him in Ills civil occupation, so as to care for his tlependent. iii ii School Superintendent. HcGUGIN Louis Landram, of The Messenger received Friday night a telegram tell ing of the death of his brother-in-law- , Charles K. McGugin, which occurred at the latter's home in Howard, Ohio, The message stated that he had been killed in an automobile accident and that Mrs. McGugin was slightly injured, The latter is the younger sister of Mr, Landram. Mr. McGugin was cashier of a bank in Howrrd and owned and operated a farm near that city. Dan ville Messenger. MISS JENNIE H1GGINS. Coroner. S. II. ANDERSON Magistrate District No. 1. mm J. H. CLARK. Magistrate District No. LOGAN 1SON. 2. Magistrate District No. 3. JOHN S. HAM. Magistrate District No. 4. J. M. METCALF. TEACHERS INSTITUTE The Garrard County teachers Insti tute will convene in this city Monday morning August 27th. and continue for REPUBLICAN TICKET. five days closing on Friday the 31st. Prof. George Colvin, of Springfield and For County Judge. Mrs. Guillingham, of Harrodsburg, will FOREST STAPI'. be the principal Instructors during the institute. AH teachers arc earnestly For Assessor. urged to be present early Monday a; T. SCOTT. morning that an organization may be formed for the three departments; the high school, the one room teachers and TO THE VOTERS OF the two room teachers. It is compulsory that all teachers attend each seas-ioof this institute, including those GARRARD COUNTY. holding certificates but not teaching To the voters and good citizens of and those who expect to take the exGarrard Co. I take this method of an aminations in September. nouncing that I am a candidate, on tho Republican ticket for Assessor ot Gar- STANFORD FAIR NEXT WEEK rard Co., and if elected I promise I will The people of Garrard County aro All the duties of this office honestly and making preperations to attend the faithfully to the best of my ability. Your support and influence will be Stanford Fair which begins next Wednesday rnd will continue over Thursday highly appreciated. and Friday. Stable room has been enA. T. SCOTT. Everybody's friend. gaged for a number of horses from ull over the state. These classes will be juged by Col. John Dolan of Lexington TO THE CITIZENS and Col. James Gay of Woodford County Col. A. D. Leavell of Gerrard has been OF GARRARD COUNTY selected again to judge the beef cattle. I desire to express mv thanks to thoso Of especial interest to Garrard County democrats who so loyaly supported me farmers will be the hog Bhow. Stanin the recent primary. I have no bad ford has for many jeara been the banfeeling against those that saw fit to bo ner Fair for Kentucky Red Bcrkshlres against me in that election for every and there have been many entries in voter has the right and privilege in a these classes. primary election to vote for the man of his own selection. As the nominee of TO MY FRIENDS IN the democratic party for county judge GARRARD COUNTY. I ask tha supPC:1 of 8,1 democrats and I take this method of I hanking my .11 nth.;- , wtJ uFa rter,ea m- the improvement and upbuilding of our frletida fcr their county and I believe I have every reas- prlniaty. I owe you a heart full of on to expect that support in November. deep gratitude which I can never repay. I made no. promise in my campaign that It is gratifying indeed to know that I I will not fulfill and will be glad to do carried'all five of the precincts in my o for every promise made by me was end of the county, I assure you that in the interest of and for the benefit of you have never given any candidate the county. I pledge to all the people your support that Is a truer or better I have no ill of Garrrrd County an improvement in Democrat than I am. the roads and a careful and economical will toward those who saw fit to sup. administration of the finances of th Iiort my opponents and urn ready and county when elected your judge next willing to do all I can to bring about Democratic success in November. Respectfully, November. Jeptha Onstott. A. D. Ford. n Miss Sara Daniels, of Paris. Ky, well remembered here where she taught music in the public schools for several sessions, was in the city last Sunday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount. Miss Daniels has developed into one of the most progressive farmers in the state, managing a farm of several She in hundred acres successfully. forms us that she has sold this year 1,500 bushels of wheat for which she She now has received $2.50 a bushel. in 80 acres ot hemp, 25 acres of tobacco. 15 acres in navy beans, three acres in onions, TO acres in iluckwhcat and 125 acres in corn and pbout 10 acres in irish potatoes. If Miss Daniels is not "dcing her bit" for Uncle Sam. we would like to know some on-- i that is. EWYOMCDOSIOM - via Louisville & Nashville Railroad ; Limit Round" Tiip Touiiit Fuel from Lincuttf NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 worts Reduced Farts to many other citltt and In the East and North SK3I Variable route fares available tliranr.lt Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, lloiton, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls. Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adirondack, LnkeChotuplnln.iin J other cltlcsnml resorts of the tost oiui North, including trips on Atlantic una tjreue I.ul;c Steamers. Tor particular., r.tct. foMtri, tic, riMy G. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent SUCCESSFUL SALE A large crowd was present at the sale of G. II. Hammons and C. B. King on the 11th. One tract of 38 acres was purchased by D. W. Faulconer at $100. per acre and another tract of 58 acres unimproved land at ?C0. per acre. A tract of 83 acres unimproved was pur chased by G. L. Sowder at $100. per acre. Farming implements and stock sold well. The success of the sate was due to the experience and ability of the Real Estate Man, who advertised and conducted the sale for the owners. Mr. Swinebroad's next sale comes olf on August 25th and promises to be the biggest thing ever pulled o(T in Lancaster. Read the advertisement in this issue. Swlnc-broa- d, rat' Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decldo on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the best possible material the Columbus wagon gives tho most satisfactory service (or tho longest period of years. There, is no secret in tho notedly long life of tho Columbus wagou. It is tho result of tho methods employed iu construction. Tbcro is no wood in this wagon under shelter from ouoto two years. which has not been The axles and tho spokes of tho wheels aro hickory; the hounds, 'bolsters and sandbo.vds are oak, and the bottom of tho box is straight grained flawless pine. Tlicso are just a few examples of the care which Is taken to make UiIb wagon as. reliable as possible. The result is that tho Columbus wagon is uubeatablo in reliability and endurance. Come La and exatnino it for yourself, We know you will bo pleased. air-dri- READY TO CAN. A BIG SUCCESS. Miss Molly Worthinglon's demonstra tion of canning at Haseldcn's store was largely attended on last Tuesday. Tho vegetables used were corn, okra, pepper and lima beans. The method was tho same for corn, okra and beans, but the pepper was placed inside the oven for eight minutes? then cut, washed and packed in largo mouth jars nnd the top screwed on loosely and boiled one hour for three days successively, nowater Is put In the jar of pepper, for ten TO CAN CORN-Blaminutes, cut from cob, scrape well, pack In jar, not tilling too full. Season with salt and sugar, pour cold water in corn till jar runs over. Screw on top loosely for ten minutes boiling, then tighten top and boil for three days one hour each. Lima beans same process and okra also except soda Is used In blanching water to preserve the green color. Due notice will bo given of Miss Worthington's next demonstration, and all are asked to attend. nch The Lancaster Canning Plunt is now ready (or business and will receive fruits and vegetables at 8 o'clock on Tuesday's and Friday's of each week. Patrons cun leave their products with Mr. II. J. Tinsley, who will be found on tho Square at the above hour and dates or at Currey's or Davidson's Groceries. The cans will be sold ts you absolute ly at cost and the cunning of them is done also at cost. This enterprise was Started with the idea of benefitting thO community and with no Idea of making a profit. Canned products will be extremely high this winter and it behooves us to let nothing go to waste. After you have tanned at home until you are tired, gather the rest of the vegetables, bring them in and let tho No amount will canner do the rest. be too small to receive tho most care ful attention. Mr. Tinslev has good success with both corn and beam, mak ing a specialty of the two products. W. H. ROGERS, County Agt. U. 8. Dept. of Agriculture' Phone 27. Becker & Ballard. Ky. BryiUvlUe, The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 16 ! 9 7. 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad have returned to the city after spending four weeks on their farm Mr. William W. White and mother. Single and Double Fertilizer Vanbrint Wheat Drills, of Indianapolis Ind, are here for n vult to Lancaster relatives nnd friends. Deere and Oliver Riding Plows. and Plain. A Rrltf Minllon ol (h( Comings ami Miss llrrtha Hatfield of Russell Oolnji l.y Thou Wt Arc Inlcrutcil In. Hemp nnd Buckwheat Machines, John Dccrc Cutting Harrows, John Springs, lias been visiting her brothers, Dr. M. S. and Mr. It. C. Hatfield and on the mnrkct nt n price Hint will astonish you. Deere Wntfons-b- cst families. Agent for John Dccrc Implements. Roger Aldrige liar been visiting Mr , Mr. Walter Klkin will return to his friends In Ohio. home In Ixmisville, Friday. He will bo K. Ross of Anderson Mr. (iuv Ind., nccoinpnnird Ly his nunt Mrs. L. C, is spending n month with relatives. Johnson and Miss Florence Johnson. House. The Deal Mirn Nancy Hawaii is in Rlchmord Mr C. I). McCnrty has returned from visiting her nunt Mrs. llettie Duerson. Lexington where he has been for tin1 Miss Huelsh Ileazlcy is in Danville past two months suffering with blood tlif guest Mm. Carl McWaters on fast poison, the result of n cut on his fore Agent for Durham Cultipacker Gossip About People ROB" HUGHES HAS MORE HONORS THRUST UPON HIM I JJWLL sale. M - ,..,m,m. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Accepts Management Of Courier J Journal And Times. Lot of good late cabbage plants for I. I'. Thompson J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q Main. finger. 110 VOLT LAMPS the new current. 40 TO 225 WATT. You will need fhefn with Mrs'. A. C. llrent of Lexington is the Mrs Joseph Kvans Robinson enter guest of her father, Hon. It. II. Tom-lin'o- n. taincd last Friday evening in honor, of Mrs John Anderson, of Woshington Mrs llettie Murphy and children of City anil Mrs George McRoberts of Stanford are the Clients of Mrs. U. D. Covington. Simpson. Mrs Robert Klkin entertained nt a Miss Angie Kinnuird has returned dining in honor of Mrs John Anderson from a visit to Miss Clara Cooper of of Washington, Mrs George McRoberts of Covington, nnd Mrs Tom Wilson of Stanford. Bowling Green. Miss Annie Margaret Klkin Is visit Master C. W. and Miss Marv Clark ing Miss AlthuireMattingfy at Lebanon and Master Stanley Clark of this week. of Lexington pike are enjoying several Mrs. Klma Cloyd and children of weeks witli their grand-parent.Mr Irvine arc visiting relatives in ttc liet-ti- s and Mrs S. J. llourne. IIZ V 1 NOTICE TO FARMERS I $t Will Grind McRobertsDrugStore section. Mrs. W. II. Moss entertained at an Miss Catherine Uourne of Danville, elegant tlx o'clock dinner the past is the attractive house guest of Miss week, in honor of .Miss Cora Moss, of Foyc Acton. Durham N. C. A number of guests Miss Isabelle West, of Lexington has were present and an enjoyable evening been with Miss Elizabeth CJibbs during spent. the past week. Mr nnd Mrs Walton Moss and chil-re- n Misses Helen and Martha (iill have nnd visitor. Miss Corn Moss, of returned after a months stay at Chau- Durham. N. C, huve juji returned tauqua, N. Y. from a motor trin to Mammoth Cnve Miss Annu Catherine Arnold ha3 been nnd other points in the Western part the charming guest of Miss Johnettu of the state. Misses Avis and Neva Adams, who charming gu?sts of Mrs. Thomas Aldridge and family of Grif have Deen Lucy Henderson and Miss Sail? Adams fin Ind, are visiting relatives in nnd have returned to their home in Sub around Lancaster. lette Illinois, returning by Mammoth Miss Julia Embry, of Shelbyville, III. Cave for b few days. is visiting her cousins Messrs Hubert Mr and Mrs It. K. Speuka nnd son. and William Kmbry. Hamilton, Miss Clody Speaks and Mios Mis Elizabeth Ilrvant. of Hryants- - es Angie and Hannah llourne, motored villc is visiting Mrs. Ilelle Crutchfield to Lexington to the soldiers camp and on Richmond strct spent the day with Mrs Speaks brother Miss Kaye Acton has returned home Mr Kinnuird Dorton. Farm, this week'. Your Wheat For 35 Cents a Bushel ft P and give you back 40 pounds of Flour, 33 Patent, 7 straight and 19 pounds of Bran. Storage Free to Customers. after several weeks visit tof Somerset relatives and friends. I Leslie T. Bradshaw. 2&2&di DC HI &HWaS KW fcVSSJs&s II I ( II IE DC Nunnally's Candies. The NUNNALLY'S Ice Cream Parlor. Miss Ilcrnie Montgomery of Hryants- villc has accepted a position with the Telephone Co, as Toll operator. Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Golf, of Cincin Ilastin nati, nre guests of her parents, Mr. The patrons are much pleased with the service she is giving, nnd her friends and Mrs. A. II. Ilastin. wish for her great success. Mr. Robert Hagan and Bister Dora A very delightful motoring trip to arc visiting their sister Mrs. W. T. High Ilridge, recently, in honor of of Hryanttville. Arnold Misses Avis and Neva Adams of SubMr. nnd Mrs. S. A. Hill mortored to lette Illinois. Those who went were. I'aris, Ind., and visited the lattera sit Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weddle and children ter Mrs. S. II. Aldridge. of Red House, Mr. S. C. Henderson of Mrs. Will Cook chaperoned Miss Mar Lowell, Mrs. S. II. Jennings and son, garet and her visitors to Lexington Ernest. Mrs. I.ucv Henderson, Miss Sallie Adams of this city and Miss Jane Wednesday for the day. Campbell of Paint Lick. Mr It. II. Spindle, of Norfolk. Va., Miss Ora Estridgo is being entertain has joined Mrs Spindle here and is with ed ut a house party at Iioonsboro .Miss Mr and Mra It. 10. Mcltoberts. Ruth Haggard will entertain on Friday Midshipman l.uciun Grnnt is expect evening nt 8 o'clock at the attractive ed here next week from Annapolis for suberban home of her sister-in-law- , a visit to Lancaster relatives. Miss Mrs. Claude Haggard in honor of Candies Sjiecinl Ice Cream for this week.Jl Peach, Tutii Fruitti, Caro-nteChocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Any l, Telephone Hour W. 3C O. 1 KING, 3C No 202. Proprietor. 3C VARIETY STORE A NEW KIND OF A STORE. New Methods, Hew Goods, New Prices. Our success depends upon our ability to' save you money and to eater to your needs In n way that will Jive you satisfaction. Come In nnd sec this new store You will be pleased. Wo want your produce for cash or trade. Give us u call. Mrs II. E. Garret has returned to her Orn Estr'dge of Faint Lick, Ky..Mr. home in Louisville after a pleasant and Mrs. Clyde Douglas, Miss Kthei Douglas, Misses Ora and Emmn Estridge visit to Miss Kathleen Walter. Lick, Mr. and Mrs. Tipton Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hill and Mr. and of faint Mt. Sterling, W. II. White Mrs. J. W. Hill visited relatives in Wilson, of house, of Covington, and S. M. Denny, Smithfleld the llrst of the week. of faint Lick, composed n camping par Mr. Morris llamm of Detroit Mich., ty on Kentucky river the past week Dayton Ohio Among the many visitors to the camp and Miss Selma Eubank of are the guests of Miss Kayo Acton, during the outing were: Mrs. A. II, Mrs. W. G. Anderson and Miss Fran Estridge nnd two daughters, Misses cis Anderson arc the guests this week Lenn and Ethel Estridge, Mr. and Mre, M. K. Russ and Miss Stella McWhorter of Mrs. Mariah Jasper of Danville. all of I'aint Lick. Winchester Demo Miss Uuclah Ilcazley has returned to her home here after spending the sum cr.it. Mr. W. C. Greening, of Oklahoma mer with friends in Somerset, Ky. City, Oklahoma, is in Washington. He Mr J. b. lloselden Is at homo for a is accompanied by his wife and a friend few weeks from Lonoke, Ark., where Mrs. I'rewitt. They have been to Chi he has been fur the past two months. cago, Cleveland, liulTnlo, New York Misses Hope Gardner, Klizabeth City on their nnnual outing. Mrs. GreenI'ilcher and Lydiu 1 urge of Louisville ing and Mrs. I'rewitt will return by way tiro attractive guests of Miss Margaret of l'ittsburg, l'u., where they will stop Cook. for n visit with relatives, while Mr. Misses iJllio May Sutton and Lillie Greening will go back by Dnnvllle vis Jones are attending a house party in iting friends there and nt Lancaster, Richmond nt the home of Miss Alice Stnnford and Hustonville before going 1 to his now home. Mr. Greening is still I'etty. in the banking business nnd is at prec Mrs. W. It. Gott nnd children hove ent President of the Stnte Exchange returned to their home in Richmond Hank in Oklahoma City. This is one of after n viiit to her sister, Mrs. L. N. the most banks in the State. Miller. It has deposits in the sum of SL'.'&I.-JGS,?! Mr Tom Klmorc, now a fullllcdged S3; capital stock of $100,000; surplus of soldier in the Marino servico is here to $10,709,33, and owns its own building. I!) gee his parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. which cost $12,500. Mr. Greening owns a farm just out of Lancaster on thuLex Klmore. Ington pike, which lie says he is keep Mi. and Mrs. W. A. Spcith who have ing to fall back on when he is ready to been spending the summer at Eminence retire. "Rich" in Washington Notes have returned to thoir home at the Kcngurlau. Lime, sand, cement, rock, brick, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Mrs George McRoberts and llttlo salt. FOR SALE; Ladies driving horse Everybody In Lancaster and Gnrrnn county knows "Rob" Hughes and and buggy. Call I78 A or this office. everybody that knows him, loves him and will rejoice to hear of his recent FOR SALE: Some loose clover hay. appointment to the management of the Good quality nnd in good condition. Courier Journal and U'Ulsvllle Times Simpson Sisters, Marktbury, Ky. No better selection could have been made nnd these papers ure to be con Young horses to break WANTED: gratulated upon securing his services, to rido and drive, also balky horses. which we know will prove iiuile an ad Rufus Moss. junct to two of the "best daily newsI'hono KM Hryantsville, Ky. papers in the South. His good friend, Harry Giuvannoli, "FARM FOR SALE" who also has risen high in the journalistic field, has told so truthfully and (ICG Acres, will sell (60) acres well tho history of Robert Klkin in one track, or(HG2-10- ) with improveHughes, wc reprint it in full. ments, "Hero is the story of Hob Hughes. N. H. UOGIE If there is a boy reader of The Lea Lexington, Ky. der who has b vision bright with hope. but who is struggling in an uphill fight, AUTO FOR SALE let him perusH and take courage. Having enlisted in the service of Along somewhere about 1S84 the present editor and manager of The "Undo Sam" I'ofTer my Moline RoadLeader was working as n printer on ster for sale. Call on Dr. II. J. Patrick "The Central Kentucky News", a four I'aint Lick, Ky. W. L. Carman. page weekly sheet published at Lan caster, Kentucky, by M. D. Hughes. He was compositor, nd man, proof FOR SALE. reader, pressman and emergency editor I offer for sale privately, two good and reporter. When business looked up, the prop brood mares with colts nt side: also year olds and rietor of the plant consented to increase two yearlings, the stair and he established his son, two three year old mules. These mnres Robert E. Hughes, as an apprentice, to are absolutely sure breeders and splenlearn the printer's trade. That was did individuals, in fact I have never "Hob", then about fourteen years old, seen better. They must be sold and outtalkative and wearing a some ono will get a bargain as the smile that no sort of adversity or brow- look was never better for stock raising. See me at Kengarlan hotel. beating could banish. J- - F. Robinson. "Hob" took to typesetting as natur. ally as the proverbial duck take? to a muddy pond and he whistled and sang his way into the secrets of the craft under ciicumstances that would have broken the faith and the courage of INVESTFOR SALE-F- OR mo?t youngsters. After n few years "Hob" graduated MENTS JORJOMES. from the composing room and blosso-n-eout as u country reporter. Later he 5 room rent cottages, lights, water. broke into the government service. streets, new. $750 each. Rent $100. gauging dittillci spirits during the day each. Net return 12J per cent. and writing wonderful feature stories New, dwelling. Suburban at night for the metropolitan press. good location for home, $1000 for quick Time passed and one night "Hob" sale. Rent $120. sought again the advice of his former Attractive HOMES Modern. instructor in the "art preservative." modern dwelling, close in 2 acres for He was offered u position on n city pasture or building lots. If sold within daily and the question was, should he CO days $4750. resign his snug $25. a week in Uncle D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sam's service to accept the precarious livelihood held out to him by a bhaky ORDINANCE. morning newspaper. Long into the night the ground was surveyed nnd He it ordained bv the City Council but before sun-uit was de- of the City of Lancaster, that it shall cided that the government could go be unlawful for any person or persons, remove any cattle or live hang that a young man with nerve to take orany kind, from the Public stock of and horse sense nnd a love for the Pound or any place used as such, such greatest game of them all was simply cattle or live stock, having been em- pounded by any employee or agent or wasting his time doing anything else. the city, without the authority or Hob went to Louisville. There were consent of the marshal of the city. months to toil, weeks of illness and That it sholl be unlawful for any per. Anally an opening, through son or persons to take or remove or the hearts he had wor. into the com- attempt to take or remove from the person oi any employee oi mercial life of the Falls City his the city or their ngents, any cattle or success as the manager of live stock found running at large In the many business and civic organizations, city limits Any person violating mis oiuinance up to the presidency of u lighting and not less than $5.00 nor heating company which, when it was shall be lined more than $25.00. sold, left him, it is said, on "the sunny L. G. DAVIDSON. Mayor, side of Easy Street". L. N. Miller. Clerk. two-tw- CITY PROPERTY p This week he was made business manager of tho Louisville Courier Journt.1 and its evening adjunct. The Now the l Louisville Tunes. luscd cub printer of 181, with a salary of u dollar a week, paid every now and then, becomes the business head of the biggest newspaper in the biggest city in the Commonwealth, and practically the leading newspaper of the South. How did he do it? Industry, fidelity clean manhood." one-ga- NOTICE Anyone desiring a Blue Grass Farm coun- in Jessamine or Fayette ty, 'see T. Currey Robinson Lancaster, Ky., who will be glad to bhow you same and give you the lowest prices. NOTICE To Any Person Interested in a Telephone 3mo Contract With the City ot Lancaster, Kentucky. The Courts havo decided that tho tel ephone contract existing between the present operating company and tho people may be discontinued by the Company at any time after u reasonable notice. Conditions mako it necessary that the Cits Council take steps to secure a good, uninterrupted telephone service for the people at reasonable rates. With this end in view public notice is given to all persons or corporations Interested In securing a privilege or franchise to operate a telephone business in the City of Lancaster to meet the Council nt its chamber ut the regular meeting on the llrst Monday evening In September. The question of rates All the will be discussed specially. people are Interested in good service at low rates and are therefore, Invited to attend this meeting and cooperate with the Council in Its ellort. Done by the Mayor by order of the City Council, this Plumbin HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will COY S. SANDERS. i h safe see Me ror iodbcco nan insurance it. it Ufi m M a mw mm w rwt w daughter, Iletsy Margaret, aro with Mra J. M. Mount and Mrs 'John Farm this week. Mr. Robert Ware McRoberts of At lanta, arrived Sunday for a few days visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mcltoberts. Dr. and Mrs. M. 8. Hatfield and chil f dren and Misses Carrio Held and Ber tha Hatfield motored to Danville Wed nesday, for a visit to friends. TO THE DEMOCRATS OF GARRARD CO I desire to thank you for tho lovol L. G. Davidson, Mayor. support you gave me in my race for The ladies of the New Antioch church Representative in the past I'rimarv. Although defeated. 1 have no sore snots at McCreary will give an Ice cream and shall support th nominee and help supper at the church, next Saturday evening. Everybody welcome, everysecure his election In November. J. A, UEAZLEY body come. August H, 1917. t3 appreciated. P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record. Thursday, Aug 16, 1917. STANFORD Miss Amiimln Nowcll of Somerset, Is the guest of Miss Mary Lynn Kox. Mrs. Albert Phillips and baby arc visiting her parents, nearNicholasvllle. W. II. Turlcv of Hichmond lias been the Rueat of hlsslstei, Mrstt T. Ilruce. Miss Murtlm McClary Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. William A. Yeagcr at Mlddlcboro. Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Fisher of Danville are guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs II. D. Phillips. MUs Angle Kimaird of Lancaster has returned home ufter n visit to Miss Clara Cooper. Mrs. J. 0. Newland, who has been ill tf typhoid fever, is thought to be improving nicely. Misses Cecelia and Kathcrine Penny, baker of Danville are Rucsts of their aunt. Mrs. A. C. Mill. Mrs. Dogan McCall has returned from Louisville, where she has bee the RUest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Dellord were guests Sunday of Mrs. Chtoe Miir phy near Shelby City. Mrs. G. C. Rose of Florida, arrived laU week and is the guest of her moth er, Mrs. Uelle Perkins. Hcv. J. W. Hagln and family Covington, are the guests of Mr. H Ilaughman and family. Rev. vV. II. Hopper and family Louisville, are the guests of his moth er. Mrs. Kiltie Hopper. Mrs. Howard J. Ilrazelton and son Howard Jr. are spending several day: at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Ethel Walter has returned to her home at Lancaster, after a visit to relatives and friends here. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Newland of Wich ita Kall.i, Tex, are guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Fewland. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perkins and sons, of Canton Ohio, are the guests of his mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins. Mr. J. Randolph Harris, who has been ill for several days, was able to be in town the last of the week. Mrs. J. C. McClary has been the guest of her son, S. M. Saullev and family at Richmond for a few days, Rev. Howard J. Ilrazelton, pastor of the Christian church of this city, is holding a revival at Goshen this week, Mr. P. N.. Ulackerby and daughter. Miss Mabel, of Falmouth, are guests of his son.Mr. R. M. Dtackerby and fam HOUSE Autumn GOWN. Attractive Model For the Girl's Delight. WHEELER'S DANVILLE'S LARGEST I FINANCIAL REPORT OF LANCASTER GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL, AT CLOSE OF JUNE BUSINESS 30M917. $ MONEY ItKCKIVED: From State Treasury ' 1'rom City taxes tuition Ires Kroni Interest 1707,30 8308.62 1142.00 .. , l'JIl.U 130f.9.12 MONEY FURNITURE AND DISIIUItSKD: For salary ot the City Supt... Kor salary of all othur teachers Kor Janitor service .. For lota and grout ds ,. $ 1300.00 G130.0O 3C.0.0O RUG STORE It will pay you to visit our new store in the new Gilchcr Hotel Building, andfeonvince 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 ure 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 interest 1231. U0 furniture and apparatus., 200.00 all oilier expenses ...... 3131,92 FINANCIAL SUM M All Y. Total amount received J13HT.9 la Total amount disbursed 12902.92 Total amount of bonds in force iHO.bu Total indebtedness except bonds 200.00 Hal. on hand June 30, 1917. ... IC0.20 Deficit on June 30 33,00 Commonwealth of Kentucky, Graded or Indipendcnt School District of Lou-cast- rr Kor Kor Kor Kor building and repairing... to.00 200.00 Ky. Cook Stoves, Ranges & Refrigerators Co. All our goods are bought in cer load lots at a saving from 15 to 20 per cent to our customers. Prices and satisfaction guaranteed. GOOD LINES. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. The I'rlncipal of Schools nnd the Chairman of thy School Hoard for the Graded or Independent District, report to the County Huterintcudcnt that the above is n true and correct rriwrt for the said (iiaded or Independent School District for the school year endinir June 30, 1917, made and certified in conformity to law. This 30th day of June, 1917. 1'. II. Hopkins. I'rlncipal, Sinned, J. A. Anion. Chairman School Hoard. Hero we have navy georgette and nnd white polkn dot foulard fash ioaed In n ruodUli model. The orcr-rkl- rt effect Is caught up In n drape in the back, and white georgette gives tho collar nnd vestee. nary Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. rr i uu JILit: i k ksomrort - IiUENAVISTA Several from here attended the Lex inglon Fair. Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher were Monday. Mr. Edd Italian! and family and Mrs. Janio I'ooro visited relatives here Sunin ENGAGING SERVANTS. How to Go About It So They Won't Overwhelm You. It Is more satisfactory to have scrv' ants bent from reliable employment ofllces to your house for personal In day. tcrvlews. they are Interested In Remember your location, stylo of kitchen, equip ment, demands and personal quarters which can be satisfied at a house Inter view. Ask a servant these questions: How many years have you been A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowds where you can stretch out and take things easy. jwaits iou There are many of these quiet shady haunts to be found at Can you refer to your last employer? Have you print dresses to wear in the kitchen? ily. Can you make your own Ice creams? Will you divide tho washing with Mr. and Mrs. C. Hays Foster and little daughter, Jane Murrell, are visit the second maid? , Wlllou keep your room to my stand Ing her parents. Dr. and Mrs. 0. P, ard of cleanliness? Nuckold at l'i.icville. Your cleaning Includes dishwaihlng. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carson and Miss maid s bathroom, back and cellar stair cases, kitchen, pantries. Icebox, back Annelle Carson are spending several days in Lancaster with Mr. and Mrs. porch, laundry, garbage can. Are you equal to It? D. Ii. Pelphrey and other relatives. By the time she has answered all The wind and hail on Thursday after these questions and her manner and noon did murh damage to the corn and attitude hare been studied you will tobacco in this county. Some of the have an Cstlmato of her ability and willlnguess. damage was covered by insurance. Never fall to Investigate thoroughly Dr. Sanders will succeed Dr. J. M maid's references. Carefully noto Casey as a veterinarian here. Dr. dates references carry. Casev is waiting his call for seivice in the veterinary department of the army ANTIDOTES FOR POISONS. ooki ' IljHL vty'r WTr T r iE-a- Asheville New England Miss l.eha Harnett of llurgin has been visiting Mr. Herman Harnett and fumily. Mrs. Wesley I.ano and son, Henry Hacklev, were, with relatives In Danville last week. Mr. William Scott was the guest of Mr. G. 1'. .Merrick and family, Sstur- day and Sunday. Miss Mary Owsley of Lancaster, visited her grand mother, Mrs. Mary Hamilton last weik. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott of Ilurgin were with hi patents, Mr. and Mr. Gus Scott, Sunday. Mr. T. M. Scctt visited his brother Mr. A. D. Scott and family of Green! dale, a few days last Week. Vote for A. T. Scott of llryantavilla for Assersor of Garrard County. Any favors shown him will be appreciated, (adv) Mrd. Orpha Kublo and Mrs. W. II. Evans of Danville have been with Mr. W. K Kuble, who is ill. Mrs. Hello I'ocre and little grandson, Walker Hrown Holcomb of Wllmore, are visiting Mr. T. S. IVore and family. Actor's Feat of Memory. William Lyon, mi It lucrum nrtor In IMInburKh, mire wagered iluit nil the next day nt rthearCTil he could repeat the whole of the "Dally Advertiser," and, iillhouph drunk tho night befortt hs achieved this ttrt. ill r Chattanooga Niagara Falls Thousand hlands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Cmf trtntuuMS until Ocfcftwr Jttt. Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation, in addition to the popular open air pastimes. We shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. Consult tout local ticket ageot, or addrtM It. C KINC, Ditiiiw PtiKsiw Acnt. IIS E. MVia Stmt, Uit.a, Ij. Miss Martha Raney left Sunday for Pineville, where she will teach domes A Bit of Knowledge Till th Doctor Gets There. tic science this year. Miss Raney i a A knowledge1 of tne antidote for a recent graduate of Eastern State Nor-mspecltlc poison may often be the means of Richmond. of mivliig ii life. For acidulous poisons, those that MUs Elizabeth Hunn has returned from Frankfort, where she has been cause burning from t lit inoiitu down to the Mnmach, the leiuedy Is mag the guest of her aunt, Mrs. II. C. Miss Nancy Hunn remained nesia, sidii or Mup dissolved In water. Administer this iiutldotc every two for n longer visit. nilmites uhlle null In;; for the doctor. For arsenic pn'.so'i give a prompt Tlios. A. Rice was hostess at n .jointed receptiui on Tuejdny emetic of ii lulilopoonfiil ciicli of mils- .jon from four to six, nt her taid nnd valt dissolved In n cupful of .itiful home on Danville avenue, warm water: then follow with awrct inllk. The white oil. Lj.nplimcntary to Misses Herndon and of meltedInbutter nor half cupful of milk will nil vev Simp3on. There were forty-fiv- e guests. nNo lielji iiiiiiitenict the poUon, as also Mrs. C. E. Tate entertained at an will chalk nud water. If one partake of eorroslvo sub elegant reception on Friday afternoon or bedbug poison in honor of Misses Simpson, Hocker limate, blue vitriol gho at omc luri-'- e quantities of fresh- and Herndon of Kantas' City, Mo. The mixed white of egg and water, or house wuti beautifully decorated and clo freely of wheut Hour and water or delightful. the refreshments "The soap and water. Spiniiler Contest" was the feature of Oxalic nvld Is frequently mistaken for cpsom milts. Olvo Immediately the afternoon. roup inn! water or magnesia or chalk The Lincoln County Fair will be held and water. next week, August 22, 23 and 24. Everything Is ready and u great fair is The Meat Flavor. CoM ham. chicken or other meat left sure to be had. Secretary E. C. Walton, who 1ms worked with untiring over In quantities too small for uso energy deserves much praise. Every- alone may ho used advantageously by body bhoiild uvull themselves of the mixture with other foods. Hero Is a opportunity of attending this fair. A revlpo for one way to uo such meat Chop tho meat lino and fccusou It well. good display of stock is pro.nlsed and Mix in enough butter or other fat to tho best of concessions will be on the make It "shape" well Form into rolls grounds. about tho size of a linger and wrap Mr. Estill M. Carter of this city, and around each a thin pleco of short dough ls Miss Marietta Wallace, formerly of made from a pint of Hour, two of baking powder, salt and this city, but recently of Campbells-ville- , milk enough to mix. Uako tho rolls in were married at CampbelUvllle hot oven until they are a dellcalo Wednesday afternoon by Rev. W. G. browu. Serve hot. Montgomery. Immediately after the Rough Skin. wedding they returned to this city, A simple diet, with little pastry or. where an elegant supper was served at the home of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. rich fowl uud plenty of cold wutrr to pimples of P. W. Carter. The bride is a very ac- drink. Is the best cure for euteu every any kind. Fruit should bo complished young lady while the groom day a If possible. A dully bath I is a business man of this eity. They necessity. A warm bath, follow I by will make their home here where they cold shower, is the most cleauslns have the best wisbei of many friends. kind. REGRETS Are often the result of buying from a high price house or t lie buyinti of a cheap article rind paying a price that chould get the good grade. Why Suffer? Airs. J. A. Cox, ol V. Va., writes: "My daughter . . .sul-Icr- cd terribly. She could net turn in bed . . . the doctors gave her up, and wc brought her home to die. She had suffered so much at . . . lime. Having heard cl Cardul, wc got It for her." We have the building material of good quality and our W price is right. Our stock is complete nnd you can get what you want, when you wut't it at a price that satisfies. CARDUI Tho Woman's Tonic "In a few days, she.be-ca- it to Improve." Mrs. Cox continues, "and had r.o trouble at . . . Cardul cured Iicr, and we slmr lis praises everywhere." Wo receive many ihou-can- Hitch up the team, drive to our place, get your bill filled quickly and save time enough to half pay the bill. Don't fail to see us for figures on house or barn bill, for we know we can suvo you money. Hervey & Woods A of Elmilar letter every year, telllarr of the Hood Cardul has done for women uho su!!er from complaints so common to their sex. It should do Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 16, 1917. Mamfflolb Cave $12.15 FOR AN THREE-DAYS Babies' Health Contest Draws Mothers to the State Fair Warns Mountain Climbers. Colorado puts hells on dnngcroua mountain spots to warn climbers. Ccts Fire Vltheut Heat. The Invention of n llnmu derived from electric energy that will not give) off hent Is claimed by n French scientist, who Is keeping tho detnlls TOUR FROM LANCASTER, AUGUST 29TI1 & N. secret. Personally conducted by the Excursion Agent L. Round trip tickets $5.0:1, R. R. Honnl at the Cuvu Hotel, including the severnl routes In the cnvc fur S050 Tickets mi sale for the morning trains. Phone L. & N. Agent The Labyrinth of Dtbt. It Is well for ynu to strive to get out of debt. Of course, you can't do It. hut by striving nu may be nhlo to keep from getllng further lu. Fort Worth Drafted Into Service for our fall stock, we have drafted all of our Wall Paper for service, at a price that will astonish you. We can furnish you in colors and tints to suit the most fastidious taste. TO MAKE room Poetry In Japan. "Poetry In Japim Is ns universal ns nil'. It Is felt by everybody. the It Is read by everybody. It Is composed by nlmost everybody." Itcarn. Dr. Lafcsdlo bhbbI bb)bbbbbbIbbBmV Weapons of Bronze Age Found. fall of cliff nt Scarborough, In England, has resulted In tho discovery of 20 weapons of tho nge axes, bronze spears, chisels, gouges, fragments of a sword, etc. Twelve nxes of the socketed typo aro In perfect condition. A recent Our stock' of Oils and Paints were bought before the high price, and we can save you Dollars when you do your Painting. We carry a full line of PAINTS Cause of Echoes. An echo is cnused when the waves of nlr which nro created when you shout nrc thrown back again. They may ho stopped by something they encounter nnd are turned hack without changing their shape. Any kind of a sound wnvo will raako nn echo la this way. COMMISSIONER COHEN AND PRIZE CUP AND BABY. and white und sweet It Is, there may be dNease or deformity lurking under this beauty, anil this Is an evil of hlch yim should be forewarned. Up to date mothers throughout Ken tucky are not only entering this con test to find ut about their babies, but ure coming back jear by year to mark the progress this knowledge has given them and the Improvement It has made In their children. The contest this year, which Is un der the supervision of Mrs. John U Woodbury, will tic marked by a manlier of Innovations, among which will be an elaborate display of knitted guofts for babies and the giving away of pattern, for these articles to the mothers desiring them. Another attractive feature will be the spectacular parade which will final the baby contest. This parade will be arranged as a beautiful spectacle In the Hippodrome pavilion and will show every little tot entered In the contest to the greatest advantage. Kutrancc to file Hables' Health Con-te- t Is free and Is open to babies bemonths tween twelve and thlrty-slthroughout the state of Kentucky. Tor catalogue or Information address I'ount T. Kremer, Secretary Kentucky Slate I'alr, Suit OOI Itcpubllc IVilldlng, Louisville, Ky. Our Greatest Pleasures. J. Fuller Gloom Our fondest hopes go hand In hand with the realization of their utter futility. I yearn to see d n man get his whiskers g tangled In one of those machines that wo observe in the enndv stores, but of course there Is not one cuance in n million that I shall ever have the pleasure. Kansas City Star. Painter's Supplies. We have the heaviest stock of Glass in window sheet, and plate that can be found in any city in Central Kentucky. So don't neglect your broken glass and let us do your work. GLASS jour Coomer 8c Nave, Danville, KentucKy. strength. Through the examinations, mental and physical, the scoring of points both good and bad, tho scientific object and reading matter provided by the HableV Health Contest at the Kentucky Stale Fair, which will be held this year the week of Sept. 10, thousands of mothers arc enabled to judge Just what dangers are threatening their babies, Just what Ills to remedy and Just how to keep them In prime condis You would guard your baby with life, but how much better to guard It with your brain. One million babies aro now entering on their Urst summer, and one out of every fifteen of these will die, according to medical statistics, from heat, poor nourishment and the wrong clothes. Do you want your baby to he one of the fifteen? If not, Icani how to keep your little one from heat suffering, from the wrong food and from clothes that sap Its lit-tl- o MANSE. Mr, Albert Hibbard is thecuest of Mr. Emery Howling. Miss Myrtle ColdirontwasTthc fcuest of Miss Kate Wells Sunday. Mrs. Reynolds snent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Wm. Marshbanks. Miss Myrtle!Coldiron snent the'lnast week with Mr. and Mrs. Mart Green. Miss Hertie Howlim?! wnsTlihe week. end guests of h- -r sister'sIatMcWhorter tvv. Mr. Lewis Anderson ofl Heren vm the guest of his mother and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKnioht wern the guest of.l.Mr. and Mrs.UHarrison last week. Specify 01d"Dominion. the HE ST 1'ortland Cement in your contracts. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. ana Mrs. Forest! Centers snent SHlMrilnv'nloht Mritli el. .. (.cm ,..., H- Iii in .in, and Mrs.lG. W. Conn. MissISallie Anderson ar.d Mr. Otto Howling, surprised theirl.many friends hv eloping to Jellied ar.d;ijcingmanied. BjVole for.'A. T.JScott of IHrytntsvillc for Assessor of Garrard Co.? Any favor hovwi him will be appteciaUd. (Adv.) tion. Awin Sale ONE CAR LOAD - If you had o hog, a horso or cow you would learn and know something of Its care, because It Is valuable. Isn't your baby worth more than horse or cow or pig? Is the query of those Interested In tho promotion of scientific baby care. They argue that, no matter how lovely, how dimpled, how pink Marvelous Entertainment Features On the State Fair Program PAINT LICK Indians. Mrs GuviHice is visiting relatives in of - MARES SATURDAY AUG 18th,'lJ THE WHIRLING ERFORDS. at - BURTON'S SALE STABLE Lancaster, Ky. This is the best load of brood mares we have been able to offer. Remember the date is Saturday, August 18th, at 10 a. m., at Burtons Sale Stable They are extra good, heavy bone, Purcheron bred mares. They are not the wild range kind having been raised in enclosed pastures, and are easily broken. They range in age from two to six years old and weigh from 1000 to 1200 pounds. Ky. We will sell one car load of unbroken mares. la Lancaster, tiluwn it steep Incline In a miniature Kentucky State I'alr Is a Instructive and progressive ! unto, loops a great arc and flies from Institution, but to the nverngv the abandoned car on to the outstretch-lehands of his partner, who holds hlui person It Is tho amusements offered by aloft despite the terrific Impact. llio Fair which constitute its greatest The Noel Ilrothers are described by appeal. their hilling. Their specialty is clownIn the inppodromo exhibition, to be ing and music. held nightly In tho I.lvo Stoik 1'avlUou. Olympla Pes Vail A Co. is reputed thsro has been secured an entertain- to lie one of the most beautiful and ment which will outrival anything of wonderful equine and caulno exhlbl-lionIn America. the klud ever offerud. The hor.e show Holland and Dockrill offer sensation which has heretofore dl.ttugulshed the again be glv. ill bnrcback riding and whirlwind drivKentucky State I'alr will Arabian en lu Its entirety, and yet In addition ing with four magnificent to these features, which aro well horses and a gold ltouian eharlot. Ailela Von Olil boasts but tho one worthy n $'-- admission foo in the management Is providing horse, lint she is said to TOvlde a whole Miss Von Old is regarded as the added and 'unrivaled glory of a show the most noted cowgirl In Amcrlra. world's championship five galtrd The rlcco de resistance of the rentei horse stake of $10,000, which will be offered in combination with both will. It Is claimed, bo llrford's Marvel The keynote nnd horse show for tho oils Whirling Sensations. Illpjiodruino' admission price of CO of this act Is aerial whirls In picturunprecedented esque array of angels and demons cents per person. Ono of the prettiest features Is the Some fit the features will be: Trio In a "Danco f tho Demons'' and a finale The Helen grand aerial whirling exhibition which on musical bells. This entire wonderful program will Is said to lie the most thrilling of Its be crowned and completed by Cavallo's kind ever offered. They will be followed by tho Four great Concert Band of forty must elans. They are said to be richly Roeders, who are equilibrists of Till: J them-helve- sad-dl- o Ixucli-W'alll- skill andvstretigth. WITT Major & PRUETT, Owners. Braiioi, Auctioneer. The Tasma Thrcd aro a trio of fetching young girls who present one of tho most dangerous and sensational wire act kn the show business. The Bellclalre Hrotfiers, "daredevils of the arena," to death defying stunt ta wJh one makes a sensational dash The Kentucky State Fair Catalogue for the 1017 Fair, to be held in Louisville the week of Sept. 10, lists 0,000 prise ribbons, over 100 eupe and trophic, valued at $3,000 or more, tad ey award total of 0,0 whojattemled the Lexington Fair the pastlweek. Mr; Hubert Ellis and Mrs Annie Urown surprised their friends by being quietly married on August the second, by the grooms father, Kev. C. S. Ellis. Both 'of the contracting parties are well knownland liked here an-- many good wisbea and congratulations are extended them. Mis Georgia Dunn of Iiuena Vista, is tile guest of Misses Iliggins. Miss Dccia Mctcalf is the guest of relulivea in New Sulem, Indiana. Miss DorcuiFrancis of Kichmond is ti e Rueet of MissJKstilr Walker. Mr. and Mrs, 0. C. Itucker attended tho Lexington Fair the past week. Mrs Walker Guynn and Miss Nancy spent the past week in Lexington. Mrs. J. Wade Walker and Miss Estill Walker epent;Tuesday in Kichmond. Mrs Isaac Arnold of Anderson, Ind., Is the guest ofJMisSUurdette Ramsey. Miss Orn Estridge is at home alter a visit to fritnds at Winchester and liooiicsbero. Mrs Leban Kirk and children, of I'aintiville nre guests of ;Mr and Mrs E. C. McWhorter. Mrlllair McLin is in Kichmond at tlie Gibsons Hospital, undergoing treat: mem for an intectcd!ham. Mrs. M. K. Denny! and children of Lancaster were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Walker. Field seeds of quality. Germination and purity test furnished. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. I!. G, Woods were hosts at rook on Saturday evening in honor of their guests, Mrs. Morse and Miss llernie Morso of St. Louis. Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Smith. Mr and Mrs. A. Hervey, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon, Mr. and Mrs. It. G, Woods and guests were among the number I. 128 The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 16, 1917. r0CM.MM Wn Public Sale OF rnt iimki i """I SP.ce twlow llil. htsilliifl 'it the oxclu lir m nl oar turner nbtrrltH'ri, nii'l Is on ihe i.le of cock, ai.in mt inch thine Ifurm Ihe Lrmrr runnol !toM In ..Iter lout ll.c. Nu notice will be sccrMed Lino ol the linn, ud will he only In tcortD, Irrenlch.rre iiinnMfMww.i.; otr FOltSALKs-- A dim'inR tank, curl Mrs. C. A. ltoblnson anil harness. Bryantsville Property. As executor under Ihe will of the late Mrs Allie S. Haselden, I will sell publicly to the highest and best bidder on BIG AUCTION Land and Lot Sale At Lancaster, Kentucky. I j sbont that will FOU SA!.E-S- lx W. 11. Mason. make Rood meat hogs. Diiroc Jersey, FOR SAI.K; Two registered boars, ulso fresh milk cow. 11. F. ltoblnson l'lione 0(13. A. FOU SALE An extra Rood Herford Jack Ilournc. bull, one year old. FOIl SALE; One extra ucoil yearlitiR Clarence Green. bull. FOR SALE-IS Saturday. Sept 8th. 1917 at 2 p. m. at Bryantsville, the following property. One dwelling house, containing five rooms, two porches, barn, coal house and all necessary out buildings, together with a good garden Also on this lot is a splendid office building. surrey. shoals anil one roci) Bright Herrlntf. The Judge Walker place ol 24 acres to be in large building lots and small acre tracts sub-divide- d FOU SALE: Two sels of furniture, two folding beds and several carpets. 4t. MrsC. A. ltoblnson. 9 FOR SALE; Sow and live 1rs. George Carpenter, Lancaster. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST AT TEN A. M., SHARP. 29th, 1917 FOR SALE: Short Horn bull calf. Also one dwelling house rontnining four rooms, with two porches Can be registered. Also lady's driving good repair. Fine garden on mare. Perfectly gentle. coal house, barn and all outbuildings in II. I). Frye. Hubble, Ky. this property. These two pieces ol property are centrally located in the lown of FOR SALE; Six shoals, suitable V. II. Mason. Jr. for meat hogs. Bryantsville nod are in good repair. FOR SALE-O- nu pair extra good cash, January 1st, 1018, when Terms of the sale are one-haWill acll old mare mules. possession will be given, balance payable .January 1st, 1919. with cheap if sold at once. W. L. King A fi tier cent interest from January 1st. 1918. note hcnrini! I'aint Lick, Route 3. lien will be retained on property for deferred payments. FOR SALE; One Large Old Fashion Those desiring to look over property before sale may see Mr J Spinning Wheel. Mrs. J. A Conn Jr. C. Williams at Bryantsville bank. lf two-ve- This land lies in a desirable neighborhood and has a splendid location on Richmond street at the L.&N. Railroad just 10 minutes walk from Lancaster court house. Music By Excellent Band. and Other Valuable Presents Given Away j Free-Ba- rrel of Flour and Souvenirs to be .Luncuster, Kv. G. T. Ballard, Executor, Under the Will of Mrs Allie S. Haselden. FOR SALE: - Ten niceshoaU, weight pounds. Also one live year old buy driving licrse. Mrs. Grace Sutton, Stanford, Route 4. CO Free. This is your opportunity to buy at your own price and on easy terms. ANOTHER FARM SELLS. II SALE AND BARBECUE The F. l.ogan Thompson Preachcrsville Farm of 170 in tracts of 50 acres and up Acres, sub-divided A. I), and Walker tlrmlshaw purchased last week of John Harrison I'osey his farm near McC'reary. containing "3 acres, for $10,030. Possession will be given January next. THE O. T. UNITED REALTY CO. Wallace, Gen Mgr. Wilmington N.C. "IF KAISER IS A CHRISTIAN IN SO IS THE DEVIL HELL" "If the Kaiser is it Christian, then I am an atheist", said Dr. Cortland Myers, formerly of llrooklvn. now pas- kor of Treinont Temple, Boston, in his sermon at the opening of the Tent Evangel, recently. "If the Kaiser is a Christian", he continued, "then that murderous, blood Turk Is a Christian. The Turks have inurdertd and worse- -a million Christian Armenians and under the protection of the Kaiser! If the Kaiser la a Christian, then the savage in the heart of Africa, his hands red with the warm blood of his victim?, and the devil in hell are Christians." d MiHdsHii t v vi i 11 isssssssssswi ip rM WWTSHslH 1 r AT PREACHERSVILLE, KY. Tuesday. August 28th. at 10:30 a. m., Rain or Shine This sale will last but one hour, so be on hand promptly at 10;30 a. m. WATCH YOURSELF GO BY Get away from the crowd tor awhile. my boy, and think. Stand on one side and let the world run by, while you get acquainted with yourself, and see what kind ol a fellow you are. Ask yourself prosperity of any community is measured by the quality of FrcigM Service rendered and by die reasonableness of die charge Men, women and children eat, wear and made. sleep Freight Service and pay for that service directly or indirectly. Farmers, manufacturers and merchants, and those employed by them, must have Freight Service, otherwise the wheels of commerce become clogged and business stagnation results. Therefore, the L. 6c N. long ago determined to supply the standard of excellence in Freight Service. No railroad in the South has a better road bed, with a lower grade and fewer curves, or a larger percentage of double track; none haa more powerful modem engines or more commodious freight Cars. No railroad approaches the L. 6c N. in speed of schedules and consequent promptness of delivery. And no railroad in the South charges a lower rate, even for inferior service, than is charged by the L 6c N. for superior service, L. & N, Freight Service has widened the South' field of opportunity; has facilitated the development of her rich natuial resources, and afforded a ready market for her varied commerce. d Since 1900 die L. 6c N. has 414,340.026 tons of freight. The L & N. is equipped for yet greater tciricc, and is planning with optimism and faith in the future of the South and her people. Your favorable consideration of L. 6c N. Freight Service is requested with the assurance' that the to the full limit of its tin L. & N. will excelled facilities. THE hard questions about yourself. Ascer tain from original sources, if you are really the manner of man you say you arc: ami if jou are always honest; if you always tell the square, perfect truth in business details; if your life is as good and upright at eleven o'clock at night as it it at noon; if, in short, you are really the sort of man your father hopes you are, and your sweet heart believes you tire. Get on intimate This magnificent farm lies in a desirable section and is near terms with yourself, my boy, und, believe inc. every time you come out of Preachersville School. There is n splendid lot of improvements in good one of those private Interviews, you repair, besides several good building sites. This is good land, well wa- will bo a stronger, purer man. Don't forget this, lad, it will do you good tered and most of the farm is well sodded with grass. and put you in line to carry off tho Accompanying this land sale there will be n "clean sweep" sale Sweepstakes In the Ilattle of Life. of Horses, Mules, and Cattle, Hogs, Farming Implements and House- Free Barrel of Flour and Valuable uvenirs and Presents Free. Free Dinner. Music by Excellent Band. hold Goods. "You cannot nfiord to miss this sale." A WORD FOR 'HELLO GIRLS Meet us at the Grand Auction Sale, Tuesday, August '28th. at I sat In the central ollico of a tele 10:30 a. jn. We feel that we have here a proposition that is worthy of phone company und watched tho operators at their work. Their eyes weie every man's consideration. fixed on the board noting tho numbers tint calls came, while ihelr fingers flew in making the connections. At times one would bo behind in keep ing up with the calls but not a second was lost in effort to reach the waiting The United Realty Company one. 0. T. WALLACE, General Manager Home Office, Wilmington, N. C. For further information, see, phono or write Franklin Smith, Crab Orchard Springs Hotel, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 said to myself: "Never more will I Uet impatient when central does not promptly. She may bo racing as fast as her fingers can carry her to my 1 call." Jacob SchulzCompany ' Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-- F or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. We go to tho doctor and wait our turn, go to the theatre window, barber shop or voting booth; but ff central does not answer in five seconds wo want to know if she's asleep or reading a book. Let us remember, "there are others" and wait our turn. The continued beating of bells on the ear drum is hard on the serves, lie more pattaut and pleasant at the phone if you would be just to the the telephone girl, Geo. W. Daln. the The tots) number ol torn ol frciaKt curied by U c N. in Mxicra ytsri was 4 14.340,026 tou. 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