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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 23, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917082301_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 23, 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 KIG1ITM YEAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 23. 191 7. CANNING DEMONSTRATION NUMBER 21. SIS i D EI3F1E POSTPONED. Miss Molly Worlhinclnn will not give her demonstration in vegetable running this iiflermmii, hating been enhr'd to another county. Ah soon ns her duties pcnnil, Mim Wnrlhtngton will return is a1 Mr Farmer, buy a Te:a Days on to Lancaster. QUOTA LIMIT Local REACHED See End Of Examination Hoard AUTOMOBILE On ACCIDENT BUGGIES Wagons, ETC. First Call. TIip locnl Currant County Exemption Hoard lias done nonu- - Rood work during the past week mid have about reached the quota allotted to Garrord county for the number of soldiers to be called under the Selective Draft, Up to today three hundred have been examined and including those who had previouily enlisted since Juno 30th, about 110 have been crrtifled to the District Hoard. Quite u number have el to be passed on who havo passed the physical examination but arc claiming exemptions on the ground of dependent families. Last week we published the names of 54 who had been called into the ser vice ot the United Stated and hud not been exempted or discharged. The following have been called since our last issue and have not been exempted or discharged and their names have bten certified to the District Hoard. -- .Sunday nfCemuou Mr. William Hoy nnd bin grandchildren were thrown from their buggiy and severely bruised by being struck from behind by the automobile of Mr. Robert Criitnan of Ilerea. The accident occurred on the Kichmpnd I'ike, Mr. I'.ay being well on the ride of the road and passing another car when struck by Mr. Chrlsman's SI machine. AUTO OVERTURNS This machine will more than pay for itself in the difference in yield of your Conn Brothers. 3BH LJl LIVE AND LET LIVE "FOLKS. 31 IE While returning from Crah Orchard last Friday night, the handsome Sedan car of Miss Anna Ilelle liurnside was turned over at a sharp turn near the Drrke's creek bridge. The car was damaged to the extent of one wheel, and the occupants thrown out severely bruising Mrs. liurnside, but the other five passengers were practically unhurt. The car was being driven by llice Tcr-ril- l, who rounded the turn at too great n speed. Wheat Crop. Machine on display in front of our store. Place your order now. Hi via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 30Dr Limit Round Tup Touriit Fxm fiom Lincutrr NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.93 Ueduced Fares to many olhir cities and resorts in the Vast and Xorth H!l Variable route fnrcs nvnllnble tliroiiRh Washington, Halti- more, Philadelphia, New lork, liotton, Montreal, 1 iron to, Uuirulo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron Niagara dack, IKcUnmrInlnnJo,ncrcmc,u,u resorts 01 tnc Uait and North, Including trips on Atlantic anu orcat Uikc otcamcrs. 1 Tar particular,, rtc, folJcn, etc., apply G. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent FIFTEENTH-ANNUA- i. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September Suprerar Championship of Auicrii Jt I'rtmiums Tcn Itlc CItCATIRT Art- - 10-1- 5, 1917 sauFrs orac In Uorse .Show Hiitury -- $50,000.00- freativmi ni nt EVKK "HIPPODROME 11J ilM.KI CATKIN' ' ISUOOK ATTU ACTIONS OPr'EJUCO Iledarrd I'ttiliflr iikAi'Tinii, lunv.Miow cakadk . MIDWAY Ultllll. Ul'HIO AMI 11(1 MM-- ILIUM Addioi FOUNT T. KliKMKK, Sr.lirr. Itallroad Itslr. (4 U.p.blic ll.lldl.i. t...l,,lll.. r..lr- ,, SPECIAL EXCURSION 2nd WMERNlMLWSYSIEM SUNDAY,Sepr. Following Round Trip Fares in effect from I Danville, Ky. to Louisville Lawrcnccburg .$1.00 $1.50 Shclbyvillo Harrodsburg . . $1.25 .$ .50 and Similar reductions to all local stations between Lexingtoirand Louisville. Toilets limited for return trip to dale of sale. Denville RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .. .5:30 P. M. for further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. Simon II. While, Lancaster. WORK ABOUT OVER. Trsvlor West, I'air.l Lie!;. 22y Tult I.unsford. liuunu Vistu. Dr. J. M. Acton and Dr. J. S. Gilbert 233 liilbcrl llroadus, l'uiut Uck. who have huii their hands lull for the yi.v 213 l.ouis Williams, Huena Vista. past month examining the boys for the li:: 2 15 Oscar lleazley, Stanford. r4. Selective Army have about completed 17 oi:i Owen Locker, Luncuster r 3. their work and are now ready to reG5 612 William Leavell, I.ancuster 3. sume their practice. While there is yet 02 Jcsde I.euvell, I'uintLIck r r. mush detail work to be done, this will Ml li'j Mat Shelton, Lancaster. (be looked after by those energetic U7 117 Wallace M. Neeley, llryville. young men, .'.testers Tom Uallard, John u; CullowuyC Hounsliell. I'tl.ick M. Furra nnd Harry Andeison, who ij4 3 Mike Simpson, Coy. have become quite proficient in the art 5GI 10 Frank McCarven, Murcellus. that ordinarially it would take ten men 1)15 11 Mollis Wnrreii, Lancaster. ' to accomplish. 530 George l.ytle, Lancaster, 14 5I Chester Lancaster. COO 21 Hamp McQutary, C. Oi chard NEXT SATURDAY 133 31 John I. Isabel!, Luncuster t3. 10 John M. Anion, Lancaster r3. lb IS THE DAY 7 132 3'J Lee Irvine, Coy, On the back page of this issue appears ill Kd Francis, Lancaster. 22 William lllack, Lancaster. the large advertisement of Swinebroad, Prl - 131 Horry Alcorn, Wihnore the real estate man, telling of the big 37 lot sale that he will pull otl next SaturOtto Howling. I'umt Lick. ICiciiurd Anderson, C. O. r. 2. day. Some of the must desirable lots Clifford Ingruin, llryantsville ever otic red to the public will be sold & Kiiby Teater, Lancustcr r 3. on this day and those contemplating yyi-- in purchasing anything of the kind soon, Grover Iluirman, Hourne. John II Jennings, Iluena Vista should not let this opportunity slip them. The residence is one of the most odmir-e- d S75 'ill Victor Sanders, Judson. Ks-a- w ond the handsomest in the city. Ernie. Malear, Lancaster 1. It Ok 50 Dence L Kvans, Murcellus. was formerly owned by Mrs. l'uttie 5C7-Willie Joe McQuerry. II Vista Gill and purchased recently by Mr. J. A number of lots will be Cabell 1). Duncan, Lancaster I, Hamilton. CS Syrenus Foley, I't Lick r p. sold and several "baby farms". The 303- - 270 Thomas Fryer, C Orchard rr entire farm contains about 13G acres. 71 Howard It McMurtry. U Vista 85 Grover l. Schooler, Lancaster 22S-Thomas K. Dunn, Murcellus, ROBBED OF MONEY Herbert Shearer, Lancaster. AND WATCH. D5 Wiiriam McCoy, Lancaster. 08 Leonard Hogers, Lancaster, Last Sunday night while driving along yyy wj Frank Wilson, l'aint Lick. the road near Hiattsville James D. Joe E. liryunt. Ilryuntsville. Nuylor and T. Grimes, two well known 70 Jas. 1'. Hultzcluw, G. Creek. young men who live in the Middlesboro BbO-Jonah Tussey, l'aint Lick. section of our city, were assaulted and 7S3 4 Uverett L, Sebastain, Lbh. 1 robbed of $19.00 in money aud a gold Those who were called by the Local watch. Naylor received u bad blow Hoard and failed to report for exami- against the head that put him out of buisiness for a few moments, while nation unci are automatically drafted. 25- S- I Sam Davis, Lancaster. Grimes came out with only a tew loi co George M. Collect, Stunford. scratches. They claim that they were 022 207 Raymond Miller, Luncuster nssaulted by two or three men and that they believe they can identify the par I 11 Allen Jones, Lan. left Co. S9 Arthur Kelly, Lex. Asylum. ties If caught. Neither money or has been recovered. Those previously enlisted and credit- watch ed to quota. iW 7'J2 Uuther Shearer, llry. 3rd Ky HOME COMING OF fc05 127 Wm TSttopo, llryville 3rd Ky 02 Chas Tiinkersley l't Lick 3rd. HAPPY FAMILY Hobt M. Walter, Lancaster, The cup ot joy is oversowing this Hospital Unit. S40 1113 Jus H. Smith, Lan, 'ird Ky. week for Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller by the happy reunion of their U05 75 Simon Tiinkersley, Crab Or- clund, 3rd Ky. entire family of eight chiluren and nine who nro spending tho John Iiiley Moore, UrvSdKv i'W- - 4J KlmerK Hrjwn, Lick Navy entire week nt the old home place oil the Richmond road, the first time nil huve been together during the past CONE TO LANCASTER lifteen years. Mr. Leonard Miller, tne chief head of our otlicu force und who NEXT WEDNESDAY. lifts spent mure thuu half of his life in t'ds uiliee, is taking well earned rest This illlco has just gotten tuui large I is week u.'d enjoying the festivities suppiy ( udvertt.ing mutter for the of thl j J.ivftil oecudini. Much regret United Kealtji Coi. tiv, advertising was expressed by nil that their dear Walker place U Auction old the Jtiuwe Mrs. M:irv lliuter-nul- l, next Wwlnday. Kvcrr wi Is interwas unablu to of Covington, )ui'cliaaer of ested in who will be Mie attend. this handsome old home of the lute The children present are; Judge W, 10. Walker us it U rcccgnix- - Mr. and .Mrs. Joe A. Hlsener and chiled us one of the imwt desirable homes dren, Mniy, Clementine, Loretta, John In the town or county. A number of Nepomuck, William I'M und Francis, of chciiee lots will be solil at the tame Charleston, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Joe time uud with tho building restilcticns J. Miller, Covington, Ky, Mr. und Mrs. pl.iced on each lot auld, it is our pre Jake Miller and children, Thomas, Lilvery tdiort time diction that within n lian und Ruth. Charleston. W. Vu., nil tin so lots will huvu nlcu homes Mr. and Mrs. Leonard N. Miller, Miss erected thereon. We want tu cougrut- - Carrie and Mr. William F. Miller, of ulnte tills Company 03 securing this this city, and Misses Anna and Clara Something Miller of Charleston, W. V. rhoicq piece of property. Lancaster has needed for Homo time is Wanted;- - 6000 second hand tobacco as a high class residence subdivision, sticks Harry McWhorter l'aint Lick. this on promises to be. 'Jin 21:1 'Ji.1 601 Ni HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky -- ir i 5 v take another because they say it is as good as nT 5 I 1 S 72-1G- GLEN LILY That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is- the best. The only unbleached, unblended nour that you can buy In central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. 103-1- 30-1- 421-19- .1 yn--iy- 1 270-2- 251 2S5-2- Garrard Willing Go. 5y3-2832-2- 2i7 872-2- S!) UJ4-2740-2- 63-2- 711 i 410-2- 217 THOENHILL WAGONS Ask us why we handle them SEE US FOR ALL KINDS OF -- 210-4257-9- 000-1- i22-5- C5 grand-aliildre- 1 11 WE ARE PREPARED TO SELL YOU BOTH TEAM AND BUGGY HARNESS FOR LESS THAN OTHERS grand-mother- ,' W. J. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23 MARKSBUKY YMJ'IX FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, ! 9 7. 1 J. W. Mahan is visiting relatlv Jellico and Newcomb Tcnn. Miss Margaret Jenkins began teach Lot of Rood late cabbage plants for Ing school nt Mason last Monday. gale. I. 1'. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land visited her KOU SALE; Ladies driving horse brother Mr. Ross of Hack creek Sunday or this olllcc. and buggy. Call II !o Isnm sold 12 fat cattle for $7.10 per cwt to Krnnk Robinson of Dan' FOR SALK: -- Some loose clover hay. villc. Good iiunlity and in Rood condition. Mrs. J. I. Hamilton and Matter Jam Simpon Sisters, Mnrksbury, Ky. cs were guests of Miss Susan K. Sutton Thursday. WANTED: YounR horses to break Vote for A. L. Scott of ltrvnnttvillo to ride and drive, nlso balky horses. for As.icssor of Garrard Co. Any favor Moss. Rufus tulv I'lione KMt llryantsvllle, Ky. shown him will be appreciated, Mrs. on In 178-A COMBINATION "FARM (1GC FOR SALE" Acres, will sell (50) acres with improvein one track, or (11C2-10- ) ments, N. II. BOGIE Lexington, Ky. AUTO FOR SALE Having enlisted in the service of "Undo Sam" I otTer my Moline Road-ste- r for sale. Call on Ur. II. J. Patrick Paint Lick, Kv. W. L. Carman. FOR SALE. I offer for sale privately, two good brood mares with colts at side: also year olds and two yearlings, two-two- 1 two three year old mutes. These mares are absolutely sure breeders and splen- FOREWORD IN BIBLES did individuals, in fact I have never seen better. Thev must be sold and INSCRIBED BY WILSON some one will get a bargain as the outand Bibles for American soldiers look was never better for stock raising. sailors, to be given by the Scripture Sec me at Kengarlon hotel. J. F. Robinson. Mission ot Philadelphia, will carry a foreword by President Wilson urging the troops diligently to read the Scrip- The Ladies Working Society will have n call meeting just after the teacher trnining course lriday afternoon. Mr. Leslie Ruble and family motored to Sulphur Thursday to send several days with his father Mr. Ruble of that place. The Ladies Working Socict vwillserc refreshments on the lawn nt 20 cents a plate nt the residence of D. S, Swope next Wednesday Aug... 2D. Hours from 4 to 0 every body invited. High test timothy, clover, Ky llluu Grass and Orchard Grass seed for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Karnnu. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chesnutof Fayc'te county together with Mr. Nelson Bogie of Lexington motored over Sunday and were the guest of Mr. Mirk Bogie Mr. N. Bogie was here in the interest of his farm on Sugar creek. aim SALE No I. Saturday, September 1st. 4 ACRES WITH IMPROVEMENTS. Known as "Totten" place 1 On the premises beginning at 2 o'clock sharp ve will sell to the highest bidder VALUABLE PROPERTY situated in the suburbs! of Lancaster, Ky., on Crab Orchard St. CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE-F- OR INVEST- - HENTS FOR HOMES. 5 room rent cottages, lights, water, streets, new, $750 each. Rent J10O. each. Net return 12i per cent. New, dwelling. Suburban good location for home, $1000 for quick sale. Rent $120. Attractive HOMES Modern. modern dwelling, close in 2 acres for pasture or building lots. If sold within CO days $4750. D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY ORDINANCE. I! Be it ordained by the City Council r rr TUn of the City of Lancaster, that it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, to take or remove any cattle or live stock of any kind, from the Public Pound or any place used as such, such cattle or live stock, having been by any employee or agent of the city, without the authority or consent of the marshal of the city. That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to take or remove or attempt to take or remove from the person or control of any employco of the city or their agents, any cattle or STOP THAT ACHE! live stock found running at large in the city limits. Don't worry and complain about a Any person violating this otdinance shall be fined not less than $5.00 nor bad back. Get rid of that pain and Use Doan's Kidney Pills. lameness! more than $25.00. L. G. DAVIDSON. Mayor. Many Lancaster people have used them and know how effective they are. L. N. Miller, Clerk. Here's a Lancaster case. C. H. Pope, farmer, Lexington pike, Lancaster, says; "About a year ago, I had an attack of kidney trouble that put me down and out. My back pained Anyone desiring a me dreadfully and I could not stoop or bend and it was also hard to straighten. Farm Blue I could not get in any comfortable I read of Doan's Kidney Pills position. in Jessamine or Fnyette counand bought them at R. E. McRoberts' ty, Jsee Drug Store. The aches and pains in T. Currey Robinson mv back left and my kidneys were put in good shape. I have had little kidLancaster, Ky., who will bo ney trouble since." glad to show you same and Price COc, at all dealers. Don't simgive you the lowest prices. Ur nml Mri. Jesse Shaw of Hamil ply ask for n kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr ton Ohio, spent tho past week with his Pope had. Co, Props., mother, Mrs. Wm. Hurtc. Buffalo, N. Y. M,lnm(.i J. II. Davis and Lena llrown were the guests Sunday, of their mother, Mrs. Jim l.ee. LO Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd Hulett of Mar- Mrs. R. F. Parsons visited her mother ecllua were week end visitors of her Thursduy and Friduy. parents. Mr. und Mrs. Will Hurte. Mr. John Hamon and little daughter Sneclfy Old Dominion Portland Ce were visitors in Richmond Sunday. mcnt in your contracts. It is the best. GUTMrs. J. N. Hicks who lias been quito 'or sale by Hudson, Hughes a rarnau. for some time is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates and Little Miss Margaret Howe of returned home Thursday after visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jim Lee. ROOFevcral days stay with relatives in Mrs. Milton Ross and son Andrew; iladison. spent Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. Frank Mrs. Charlie lioirers. who has been Hurtc. REunder treatment for several days ut Miss Vilgic Leo Is spending a few ib Gibson Infirmary, returned uome, weeks with her grandmother in Lan Thursday, caster. Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor mid chil All soldiers' barracks, ofiicers' tiuar dren wcro visitors of Mrs. S. P. Davis, tpra And lavatories at Camp Taylor will Sunday. Ventilating and all be completed next Saturday and turned Several from here attended the ice over to the Government. Tho work kinds of Tin Work. cream supper at Fairview church Satill have taken exactly nine weeks and urday evening. the local camn will be the first of the Your business will t,s Mrs. Edward Murphy has sold her sixteen great training camps to be comhomo here and moved to Hamilton pleted. Some stables, hospital buildappreciated. ings and recreation buildings are yet to Valley. Government QuarterMr. Edd Hurto returned to his home be completed. in Pittsburg, Pa, last Monday, after masters already are buying huge quantities of supplies for the soldiers who several months stay here with his will be stationed at the camp. tures. The President has written the inscription: "The Bible is the word of life. I beg that you will read it and find this out for yourselves read, not little snatches here and there, but long passages that will really be the road to the heart of it. "You will find it full of real men and women not only, but also of things you have wondered about and been troubled about all your life, as men have been always; and the more you read the more it will become plain to vou while and what what things are are not; what things make men happy loyalty, right dealing, speaking the truth, readiness tci give everything for what thev think their duty, and, most of all, the wish that they may have the real approval of Christ, who gave everything for them and the things that are guaranteed to make men unhappyselfishness, greed cowardice, and everything that is low and mean. "When you have rend the Bible you will know that it is the Word of God, because you will have found it the key to your own heart, your own happiness and your own duty. "WOODROW WILSON". consisting of 6 room dwelling newly covered and painted, dandy icbaccc ?r c ttcc k l; 40 by 50 newly built and covered with Galvanized rocf. Over K o aci es- cf good tcbrci o on this tract, both cistern and spring water, shade trets. splendid site ard sbcui rr walk to Public Square. Water mains are laid within ICO yards ol this- picpcn. -- 3 down and Balance in and 2 years. We will offer this tract as a whole and subdivided as follows: 3 NICE BUILDING LOTS two 50 by 200 feet and one 60 by 200 feet, all fronting the street on either side of the dwelling; we will then offer the improvements with about three acres of land, just thethingfor tiuck &ci r t p. r ccip i cl ccvu ci cow and horse. REMEMBER that acreage tracts about city's limits are on the DECREASE and are sure to be sought after. Buy this for a home or investrr cnt. 1 ir-ut- es 1 I Sale No 2. 2 ACRES WITH HANDSOME IMPROVEMENTS adjoining the above tract and consists of a 7 room dwelling in splendid state. attractiv( with lots of shade, large garden dandy barn 34 by 20. with bcx stalls, corn crib. carriae r1ua hac ovlra nvrra rollne KiinaoiU it cnlanrllH I n n. i J SALE No. 1 -- 3. NEWLY BUILT HOUSE AND LOT Cul Ci. lights, water works, concrete walks convenient size lot. gaicfn, cutbui c i chard St., 5 minutes walk to Public Square, don't need a thing and will rent fc r $2C C. If vou don't need a home buy it for an investment; it WILL PAY YOU. Owner left city and 2 down and balance in 12 months. we will sell it. NOTICE Grai For further information call on or address the D. IT HQMAS REAL ESTATE Lancaster, Kentucky. Dare rentiers of the Mamo Dlrd. Two Seasons Mentioned In Bible. ftutluTH of thu mamo The Only two reason arc mentioned In Hindi tuft nhoiit mi Inch the Itlble, summer and winter. They bird uirc signify tho two grand dlvMons of the Iocs licninih cucli wing. The royal Kin;; tjuine-hamel- in year, the warm mid cold seasons. clonk nf the I. mutle of these rum feathers, (Psalms 74:17; Zucharluh, 1I:S.) was four ftet lone and 11 Vi fet lde at the bottom. This Honk of nmmo Martial Music. Power of tufts Is mli! to hau been burled with Hack In the dim nges of the past, we one of the Inter llinwillim kings. The learn from the word of Joshua, the plumule of tin' nmmo was generally children of Inriu-1- , lifter marching black rxcpllns tho lower bnik itinl round thu city of Jericho for seven parts of tho wIiikb, which were jellow. crum days, bftw tho walls of that ble before their eyes when tho seven Lumber Stacker. priests blew upon their seven trump'Hie machine Invented for Mncklng ets nf rums' horns. Such is tho runjlc In MkIi piles has been Imspell of martini mulc, even upon lumber walls. The festival of tho ensuing vic proved by the nddttlnii of u monitor tory Is upheld In Jewish (onngogucs nozzle, to which a Iuimi ciiii be connectwith similar horns to tho presout day. ed to light lumber-- ) rd tired. A culd Foster-Milbur- n Plumbing HEATING, TERING, 111 chil-Ire- n, is ING, ROOF The undersigned hereby givt warning to all persons not to trespass uwn our lands lor any purpose whatever its we will prowctlte all offenders to fu feat extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Kd & N II Pncti It. !,. Klkin H. C. Arnold. J. C. liicsby. Mrs. K. I,. I'razeu John Tntum. It. I.. Arnold. T. It. Shivin. C. M. Moberly. U. 1,. Marker. S. C. Rlgsby. II. M I,ear. Julia Parks Sirus Daily. A. I., (iihbs. We will add other names for UScents POSTED cash. PAIRING, MAMMOTH $12.13 FOR AN ALL-EXPES- N CUE LANCASTER, AUGUST 29TH THREE-DAY- S OUTING FROM P.B. WILLIAMS & N. R. R. Round trip tickets $5.GS. Board ot tho Cave Hotel, including tho several routes in the cave for fG50 Tickets on sale for the morning trains. Phono L. & N. Agent. Personally conducted by the Excursion Agent L. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23 ! 9 7. 1 f A TTNT TTTT - JTTTMlTfln 4 "I "J SPORT JACKET. OF - Swsggtr Little Garment Per Sport Girl. the Autumn SWINEBROAD LANCASTER, " Tffi REAL ESTATE NAN. to Hughes & Swinebroad Successor OF - 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 - - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN TME LAIND OF NOW" f EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN 'ALL BUSINESS. Our records for the past eight yiars show intra nf more than 13,600 acres of land, hcsidrn a InrRe amount of tow n nnd city piopcrty and stocks of merchandise, nmountlnir to moro than $1, .HO, 000. 00 and this business, was done to thu entire satisfaction of more than WH) clients and ctntomers and they are my reference for "fmr dealing." From my experience In the liuiincsa I know how, whun, whero and what to advertise. rm lands, city property, dwcllinRS To the one who has property to Iota or business property, merchandise or any real estate proposition, I solicit your business, believing 1 can handle it to your entire satisfaction. Uat vour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand a lonir list of parties who arc Rolnc to buy something somewhere and your property may be J'lsthat I am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage as I know values and know that when you close a deal through mo you will get "value received" for your money. I have on hand for sale at all times a Largo Number of Farms. Dwelling! City Property not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties and some of my best properliesre not advertised at the request of the owners. of Garrard County, write me and I will tell you If you are a all about our County. Its fcrtilo soil. Its pruducts, market facilities, good roads, schools and churches, of Lancaster nnd its business, Ita people and ItiJgrowthJ The following is just a few of the properties I have on hand for salejnow, aell-fu- UEE s ' Js 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 Painter's Supplies. PAINTS LjiMiiiiH 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 SatlswTsLnK'i S.iiaiLH FARMS. ct TO MIX. A farm of 1W acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with Worn with a plald'sport skirt Vs this about 100 acres of clIlT and grazing land thrown in, jacket made of hunter's green dirre-ty- n. A fertile farm of 184 acres with splendid Improvements, land flies well Tbo fullness la plaited la and and is on pike. belted down into a rest (Sect, very natty Indeed with the tailored pockets small farm of 43 acres, 3) miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwell A and bono buttons aa finish. ing and new barn, good land lies well. A farm of CO acres, on pike 2, miles fromtow:i,land rolling, very fertile ONE HUNDRED CALORIES. mostly in grass, large tobacco barn 4 room house. A farm of 811 acres, extra tobacco and hemp land, rolling, 2large:barns. and Jother Her Are Feed That Net About Thl splendid dwelling, land well fenced and welllwateredj.tenantjhouse Ameent ef Eaerfy. out buildings, At A recent course In food values tba of 93s acres of rich land, part Uvel and part rolling, fine dwelling vartoea foodstuffs in 100 calories poo A farm There are of Kfroomi, halls, cellar etc. 2 nerejorchard. 2,lmilesfrom town on piks. This tlons were emphaslxed. many nouaewtrra who would like to one a bargain. food aa mcajs-ore- d memorize this table of 16 acres of.verv lertile land on pike 1 mile from town, goodtiwelling and, by the new calories oust- - A good fine orchard.'and the land priced righU large barn and other to do this Is to pin up tola table A farm of 128 acres, 4 mlles'.fromytown.l'onJpike.Cland gpartly rolling In the, kitchen, where It may be studied splendid improvement. for moment many times a dayi A small lamb cbop weBjbtag one A farm of 110 acres of fine landJwJII improved, on pike accessible to marounce. ket of threo'county seats, land lies well. A large egf. h mile from plko..wlth good Improv-ment- s. A small farm of 18 acres, A small dish of naked beans. An Inch and a half cube of cbxfae. A farm of 180 acres, partly rolling, very fertile, splendid improvements, An ordinary sized sauce dish ef sweet large 9 room brick dwelling with front lawn to pike, easy term. C5 (acres in corn. A large boiled potato. cultivation, balance in grass. A smaller sweet potato. A farm of 201 acres of level land, 1 mile from town, fronting onjtwo plk-e- s, An onllaary thick slice of bread. susceptible of.dmsion into smaller farms, dandy bullding"sits. Two small baking powder biscuits. Two-thir- d or a cupful of cornmeal of 1G) ncres, on pike, all in blue grass, large barn, fine building A farm site for dwelling, orchard, land ready for tobacco and hemp, close to school and mush. Ono cupful of oatmeal (eoolflSJ). churches, also S miles from Lancaster. Throe-quarte- rs cupful steamed rice. A farm of 21,48 ncres of nearly level land, S room dwelling, large dwell, One nnd a third cupfuls puffed rice. orchard, land fertile, on pike close to schools and churches. This is ing, large Two scant tnblespoonfuls granulated a "dandy" little home. sugar. One scant tablcspoonful butter, oil or A farm of 40 acres, high class land, on pike, on pike, 5 miles from Stan bacon fat. ford nil ideal locution. Will be sold worth the money and on easy terms. One nnd a half tnblespoonfuls conA fnrm of 151 acres on pike, fij miles from Danville nnd 5 miles from densed milk, awectencd. Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of improvements, farm lies in nearly a Halt a cupful macaroni and cheese. Ono largo rnw upplc. simnre nnd can ho divided with fronts on pike. In splendid neighborhood and 'right at small village with school nnd churches, Four dates. Half n cupful grape Juice. FOR RUNT: A farm of 280 acres, well located, well improved nnd nearcupful milk. Scnnt three-quartely all in grass and a part of the grass ready for the plow. Will bo rented for Six clams. the year 1018. Six sardines. A small farm of II ncres, on pike 1 mile from I, waiter, splendid brick One codfish ball. und other out buildings, well wittered. Iluv a home close One banana. residence, large burn Two llrazll nuts, twenty peanuts, to the best town in Central Kentucky. twelve pccniiK or twelvo walnuts. A farm of UM acres I.ISTKN to this: TUB IIKST IIAKGA1N in KenThree-quarter- s cupful green peas. tucky, located on two pikes, near the famous Camp Dick Robinson section of One-thir- d cupful succotash. of this land is virgin soil, ready for hemp and tobacco. County, l'nrt Gnrrard 300 acres is nearly level in high state of cultivation. 4 dwellings on the fnrm, Tomato Sauce. the main dwelling i an ideal Kentucky Country home. 2 large new tobneca irreparctl by tli oflleo of Information, department of agriculture. If barns, stock barnsanJ other out buildings, well watored nnd well fenced. Slnco tomatoes emit n In n very high the entire fu.m is too much for you, will sell you u 275 aero tract, or 145 aero percentage of water It often U deslr-nbl- o triict or 85 acre truct. l'riccd right and on easy terms. to ran only concentrated tomato A farm of 117 ncres of rolling land, new dwelling, bnrn &e, well watered products. This U true especially when one who does not care to be right cans or Jars uro'illlllcult to obtain. A 2J miles from town, will suit some delicious coneeutrated tomato sauce on the pike. Will sell at u bargain If bought nt once. may lo made and canned iih follows, CITY I'ROl'KRTY: the I'nllcd States department of New modern dwelling of 8 rooms, 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern agriculture, fmnll or broken toma improvements, furnace heated, electric lights, wnter works, small modern barn toes and large tomatoes unsuitable for and 4 acres of land. canning whole may bo Uxed In this recipe: A dwelling of 0 rooms and out buildings nnd 4 ncres of land. Cut the tomatoes Into fairly unnll Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with nil modern conveniences, pieces und mid nm large sized onion A number of other dwellings and building lots. (chopped) nnd one. cupful of sweet red For further particulars nnd prices inquire of pep er to ono gallon tomatoes. Cook until tender. I'ut through n ttlovo nnd add a m Is. t lire nf one third salt iiud tnu-thlrd- i sugar In a proportion of ono tcnipniirtil to each quart of the mixKentucky. Cook until the consistency of ture. ketchup, flirting constantly, I'm'.' hot Into sterilized Jars or bottles. Adjust rubber nnd cup. I'lnce the containers on a fnN' liottuui tu a U'ssel of wnter sulllelently deep In r"ich almost to their top and allow to remain at u boiling temperature for tweuty-tlvOF LANCASTER. lulmili's. Itemovo Jars from the water bath and tighten the lids liumedlutely. Coomer SAFETY-SERVICE- 8c Danville, Kentucky. Nave SATISFACTION The big 3 combination when W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, eta wt Insured in The D.A. Thomas. Agency 5-1- Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Also 0 & 20 Tear Farm Loans. "Th Five 7W' mM Take No Chances in Tire Buying as There is risk In a chanoe but not when you buy a tiro of known quality ef known endurance. United State. Tires all five of them, 'Royal Cord,' 'Nobby,' Chain,' 'Ueco,' 'Plain,' .re tires of known, demonstrated and proved service and endurance. tho mako of tires that costs less per mile today than any now or ever. other make of t!r montb-by- . Proof the consistent and persistent month sales increases of United State Tires. Your eiperlence, too, will prove their quality. year-byyea- r, SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster. United States Tires Are Good Tires A Tire for Every Need of Price and U$e 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Umco' 'Plain' Vnttrd THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. ' r, Stalf Mvrtiami llior ItllS llaio All the Sterling Tlrrt Supreme that Make VnlHU Alain TVUE.1 ami TIIIB ACCLSSO. CupUal Surplus $30,000. Vice i A. R DENNY. FreBident' J. R STORMES. R. T, 1WL S. C. DENNY. Cashier. Juuitr, Ass't Cashier. J. U Gill, Safety' Oepotit Samual Boxes For J.' Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR Stonuei, S. D. Cochran, C. Denny, BUSINESS. J. Alex It. Denny, II. Posey, J. E. L. GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott! Directors. Sterilizing Foods. As a general rule cooking helps to sterilize food uud Keep It In an edible condition for a longer period of time than If It were tu n raw state. An exception tojho rule is found hi the enso of some eggs which were sent tu soldiers by their families. Tlio prudent housewife who boiled tho eggs beforo semilog them learned with dismay that they bad arrived unfit to eat, while those who had run tho risk of sending them raw. In their natural Btatc, were assured that they were still fit to eat after lateral weeks. A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried REX GARAGE, LANCASTER The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23, 1917. A- - L ove Letter By F. A. MITCUEL JUDGE W.E. WALKER'S CARDS j "My Isiy," mild Tliviun llr:nl;lt In Ms win, Tom, "1 cimsruliilnlejou with :.. -- n rf m HI i nil my hem ami tn AiUlc. Slip N n lM( jour noble Kill, niiil I mil !ell..;.l'il tu wet I a.u come her Into "iir i.nu 1, i glad tn he v.. tli Jul ut tl. a I i.i' li I Is trry lui ,ctmtt t jvh n'vl Ado.o -- ,t U. ; . it comlder mnrrlau? ti.o m un.r, lil. ill event In one life. It .itiil ami lcntli, coulroliiil. I t!"t r.l .e Adelo will tnkp It m rl iii'y r, nil tlilriffs, lo not fnll Into t"...it x. ly '.! R ll'lh.l.'lll It in Ifc biters. I.ove lotlcrx, s callitl, ti.led wlt'i . .iVJ, i gush nre tv- t :nllv t "Write plain n'tir.ucii mho to tali c.tbrr, with yiuir p..iim for s j. t nut-to(.'undue yourp!re.i In tin- lm,m-iiIiito "clour Allele' mul Menr Tom.' Think flow stupid It v'i.l eeai tn 4 'is later on to come ncroM Me.iret, hh cot est Allele!' Sue will !o then a times ileuivr In yuii than she 1j today, but you will not show It In any r. k then-min- d F(MlllinWltall51Tl mmm Wednesday, Aug 29, 9:30 perty NEW STREETS HAVE BEEN LAID OUT THROUGH THE PROPERTY AND siz-esv- Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. OflicB nt Ilnlnoy a Livery Stable. Lancaster. Kentucky' Olllce.lnursl;.'. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wkeela Doctors Of Dental Surgery. timce. Sloinic. ImiMlnsefet Hon ,t Aadti on', urnliiitfi dturt. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Hoys. Host tiy test. Lvery pair liuarantced. rucli ridiculous wiiy." "Didn't ou write love letter to ma when you Were encased, iliulS" "I don't remember Jirt what I wrote your mother," replied Mr. llrw'kott, trying to think back to 11 period when "I wns eotulilerctl lie wus twenty-one- . a matter of fact (Imp, and I inn i,u!tu I never Indulged hi lovey-dove- y sure nonsense." What Tom and Adele's letters were like dooi not pertain to this story. Quite likely they were what most young lovers write. Shortly before their tunrrlago Tom went up Into the garret to gather Mieli effects as he wished to take with him to his new home hnd destroy what had lott Its original value. Itumtunglng In nn oM trunk which contained various family efTects, he came neroy a bunch of old papers. Untying a bundle of letters lound tosether with a faded narrow ribbon In lieu of tain-- , he examined them, noting that they bad been written nearly u quarter of a century before. He read n number of I hem, then, selecting one of them, rebound the rest and put them back where he had found them. The evening before the wedding the bride mid groom to be dined with the IlrnckettH. When the meal was finished and (office was brought on Torn took a letter from his pocket and said to bN father' "Dad, you gave me a lecture when I became encased on love letter writing which made u ilei p bupropion on me. I found the other day while rummaging among old papers one of those ridiculous epistles written by some fellow who mnt have had the lover fever very badly It has convinced me that yon are right. If reading such a document produces s'i h contempt for the r.'"'er w'.-- t v ihl I think of myself at reading such letter written by my-te- lf twenty years from now!" Tom handed the letter to his father, who put on bis glasses and perused It. It read as follows: My Angel-Do- n't think that I oiasserato In calling you an nngvl. I do bo Iwcouw you are purer, better, nobler than any Elrl I enly wish I .vtro 1 have over known with jfu now and couM tell sou ro Instead Of writing It. I would take you In my. arms and give you a million kisses. I looked for a letter from ou by tho early mall, but It did not come, o I nup-jK- e I'll nut eet It till noon. I have n ad the ono received yeMcrday twenty times. I put It under my pillow when I went to bed that It mlnht lead me to dream of you. It did. I dreamed that we were sitting In Fjnlfn of loses, but no roe rivaled tho pink of your ear or ttie vermilion of your Hps. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky This much desired and long sought alter, handsome piece of has at last been placed in our hands to be sold to the J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR highest bidder. As everyone knows this is decidedly the handsomest home in Lancaster with concrete side walk right to this property, yet just outside the City limits of Lancaster on Richmond street M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. where many of the prettiest homes in Lancaster are located, free Koutuoky. from City taxes and enjoying all the conveniences. Paint Lick. This handsome home has ten large rooms and every convenience of a suburban home and will be sold to the highest bidder Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. with the privilege of as much ground adjoining as you may desire. Itcsidence 1'hoim Oilier Over National Hank. .1. Office I'honc 27 LANCASTKIt. KY. 35 'OF John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, THE CHOICEST BUILDING LOTS WILL BE SOLD TO YOU AT YOUR OWN PRICE Mr, Ilrackctt threw the letter oa the table In disgust, "fio on," said Tom. "fio on!" replied the father. "Co on through tho twenty pages of such sick-ruin- g fluff! The man who wrote It bould hnvo been ttirred nnd feathered wO ridden on u rnll. I pity the girl -rled him. No doubt be tried tt her writing iioelry. Mn v .le, love mid dowers wi.nll to This property will be sold on easy terms and to the highest bidder, in lots and in 35 choice building lots suit purchaser. In other words this property will be cut also in one. two and five acre tracts. The purchaser has the privilege of taking as many lots or as many acres as he may desire under his one bid. As an inducement to secure a large attendance and to create some fun and amusement, mingling pleasure with business, a barrel of flour and many valuable souvenirs will be given away free and whether you are a buyer or spectator your chances are one and the same. These lots are all high, dry, great big deep lots facing on Richmond Street and in our opinion clecidely the most desirable lots co be had in Lancaster anywhere at any price. These lots will be sola to white people only and building restrictions placed on each lot thereby assuring you that this property will always be the high class residence 'section of Lancaster, certainly a fact to consider when buying a home site.- Veterinary Calls" Surgeon. - answered promptly, day or nilit Lancaster, Phone 801. Kentucky. J.E.EDWARDS. M.D Phone 365-- BUCKEYE, KY. 12 Gals. 1 Poultry Tonic nllim of I ho lnt (HiitrjrtiMlcknawn with at-- uitiiA or 1 Vnu rui mako 13 mfV Off rnfQ curv ami pnnmU irst'4 AL tlra ol her tllifLM-- . i ruin or Ur tnttl t"MialvL Sold by R. K. McKohcrts. HUNTERS THIS SALE WILL ONLY LAST ABOUT Come year. 1 HOUR. BAND CONCERT DURING SALE Rain or Shine. pan TAKE N0TICe7 If you have never heart! W. II. Matlhews sell lots at the rate of one e"erv minute then you have a treat in store by utteinlinU this sale. speaker slopped nnd looked nt about the bonrd. When he be-S- n to make his ciltlclsms mi the writer of the letter the corners of their Hps took on mi upward ipilrk. As he milks lepliiceil the quirks. When he reached the "moonlight, music, love und Hon era" all burst Into a roar of hiuxhtor that Is, all vxeept Mrs. Ilrackctt, on whose face there was mi expression of embarrassment mingled with umiisement. "Wlinl's the matter)" asked Mr. i I ' Bring Your Family And Enjoy The Morning. REMEMBKR No vacant houses in Lancaster and an every day demand, regardless of the number of new homes built within the Look over our town, look over this property nnd then decide which way the residence section of Lancaster will build. , UNITED REALTY franklin Smith, Sales Manager. MANSE. Mr. and Mrs. II. I'. Conn and family spent Sunday with tils uurenti Mr. und Mrs. It. K. Conn of l.ancHhter. Kengarlan Hotel. O. T. Wallace, J. S. Haselden, General Managers. BAD STOMACHS BUSINESS CO. elhciuncy Thin AKrennt-n-t Witnrsseth; That in order to protect tho irunie on "our lands for it prriod of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody rise to do so. ami we further ui;rei to prosecute with dlli Kenco all persons who violate the same laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our landi for the purpose of hunting. And we further nree to act us Deputy Game Wardens for the purHsu of car- rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the tight to kill rabbits on our ."iinns or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible und reliable person selec'ed by us. This November IGth, 191C. It. L. K.lkln, J. K. ltohiuson, W. II. llrown. Jno. M. Karru, Alex Walker, W. 11. Hurton, T. A. Klkin. Iluselden Ilros., V. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton, I)gan Hubble, John II. Smith, .1. N. Itois, 0. M. Deslion, Kisher Herring, II. II. Cox, Hughes Ilros, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Ilros, William, Marcus und Jim White. II. P. Wllmot, J. U. Pope, Mrs. David Chepault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, Y. Klmore, Ilrackctt, nettled. "Look at the date of the letter, dad," afd T"tu The date wus examined und was found to bo November, 1BU2. Sow look at the signature." The I'tiintnre wus "Your loving Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds spent Tom. lly Hit i time Mr. Ilrackctt had be- Spent Sunduy with Mr. and Mm. Wm. espegun to tenure the situation, morn Mnjliljanka. cially through the handwriting, which Mrs, Andrew Itoliert hud tho mis for. recognized' as his own. bo "You didn't exaggerate a bit, dad, tune .of fulling from fenco und break- In ciillbii! luumuiv an unticl." said Tom. InK her rib. I ud, rising, ho went to his mother, put Mr. und Mrs. Otto Howling spent his arms ultoiit her nnd kissed her, Saturday ninl't with Mr. und Mrs. "Cull it be possible that 1 wus ever.i Lewis Anderson of Uereu. cucli n ninny us tu write llko that)" Mr. und Mrs. Forest Centers 'have ald Mr, Ilrarkelt, scrutinizing tho recently moved to their new home on Tom. "The Cartersville pike. "No ninny at ull!" cried only mtstuko Is In uol keeplnit up some Ji-sDozler and little of It. You old folks drop it nil after j Mr. und Mrs, i marriage, when you should only smooth daughter motored to Richmond last it down. I notice, dad, that when any- Thursda.y thing happens to mother you have no Mr. and M. G. C. Cox and family uioro control over your equanimity than spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs, John sentl-Biv- nt you had over your eliulltlon ot Centers. when you were engaged." Mrs. W. I'. Anderson nnd Mrs. John th:it wn ahull not be dis tntiolxtrd. In ImsRinution and in symputhy we Roberts spent Ftiduy with Mrs. A. T. shall b there with' you on the llruiK llowliiiK. line, and itt home wo shall do ull that we can to make you comfortable and We shall pruy that you muy content. TO THE DRAFTED. r.etum in safety, but tven more ferTo you unfnrtunutx ones who ure vently we shall pruy that our courage about to k'o forward to that lone battle muy not flat; or the edi; of your deline where the unities of autocracy und termination be dulled. oppression are tacini; tho nrinies of the You are to fiht in the noblest cause free, congratulations und in which man ever tuok up urms, and You l'o. not us reluctant victims of fn. it nutuin tli most ' 'iieruuu In ull misfortune or a fatal chance, but ruth- - i tho world to her soldier suns You uo er us our chosen ones; the pick und I with her blessing for bh trust! you; fluwer of our manhood, whole of body. nml Iim Htiri that whether vnu return or sound in mind und spirit what all of ' not she will hold your names In honor And we who ure us should like to be. land grateful memory until the end ol too old ur too weak, or in some other Companion. ths resptct unfitted to ko in body, shall rii with you in spirit. We know that we Tumbler. ask much of you, nnd we expect much, A new tumbler 1ms two compartfor we expect thing in keeping with ments, ono to hold Ice and the other born of for lltiulds that ure to bo coolod. out treat traditions-thin- gs --the spirit of Nathan Hale; but we know TfT 7 tin.e.-You- FAILURES. more In this day of IiIkIi failures are di'o to disordered Stomachs than to any oilier causo. Nothing un duriniues the body and mind so quickly us Stomach Trouble, It sups' the energy und reduces ambition und vitality Cathartics frequently to u low ebb. Overcome airuruvuto tho trouble. quickly your SUmach, Liver und In teatliial Trouble witli Mayr's Wonder ful Remedy, us it reaches tho seat of tho disease, Millions have been res tored by it. Let ono dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy convince you today. K. T. C. Rankin. Huffman Ilros, For sale by It. Wm. G. Anderson, Sam Cotton, W. II. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, It. K. Henry. Hand That Follow Intellect Urlght Herring, A. I). llradshaw, Tbo band tout follows Intellect can Scott Huffman It. L. Darker. Michael Auelo. achieve. Wm, and Lizzie Onstott. Mcltoberts. t. Si 'Atri. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23. 1917. BIG AUCTION FARM Tfarmdr's column 1. Aline FOB YOUNG FOLKS Sleepy Time Gt:ry About Some ..- 2- r ATTENTION j .L..,...1.Cf..l tr Intcreslliig Lillls Creatures. INSECTS THAT WORK BUSILY. SALE AND BARBECUE The F.Logan Thompson Preachcrsville Farm of 170 In tracts of SO acres and up Acres, sub-divided h.Ioif Hill hr.rilliK la lot Itm rielu-if- r ma ot our tanner .iiUcrllier.. nl I. ihn anle ol .lock, (tsin kii1 audi thnna on fsrin sa (hi f.ri.irr ciutut afford to mlrcr tlar. No intlr will ! ncccptt'1 orcr lour lllt-a- . .lid Mill Iwotilrlit 'wo l.aili. ol III Rconft. Urm rtf chatrc I'OU SAI.K: nml lutrncs. -- A dipping tank, curt Mri, C. A. Itoblnton. FOIt SALE Six shoats that will V. II. Mason. make Hood meat Iioks. FOR SAI.K;-Til Manner In Which The Gather and Storo Food Tor Vintor How th Da. bit. Ar CaraJ For Mother of tin Trito and the flew hlomes. reijisteri I'lioneSKI-A- wo Duroc Jersey, hours, also f rrjh milk cow. . II. F. KoMnson Toiilrtit, mM Uncle Hen to Utile Neil ami I'ullx Ai.n, I Miall tell J mi ubout O FARMERS For the next thirty days, we are making special prices on o THU FLYING ANT8. 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. In ererr ant hill Is a queen mother, FOR SAI.K One pair extra good two-veWill sell who lays the eggs from which the old mare mules. young nuts come. The other unts take W. I.. King This niniifilllccnt farm lies in n desirable section nml is nenr cheap if sold ut once. ho never Paint I.ick, Route 3 does host of earn of her. Shethe nut nny work or goes out of l'rcnclicrsvillc School. There is n splendid lot of improvements in good I.urgu Old Fashion hill alone. In the fall, however, she FOR SAl.K:-0- ne This is good land, well wa- Spinning Wheel. gets retlt'M, tired of flaying In the ri'pnir, besides several tfood huildinijsites. house, and sometimes Just will go out Mrs. J. A. Conn Jr. tered and most of the farm is well .sodded with fjrass. In sjMtu of eierythlug. If she Is a Lancaster, Kv. young queen bIio Is very apt to want to Accompanying this laud sale there will lie n "clean sweep" sale go out and see the world. FOR SAI.K: Ten niceshoats, weight of Horses. Mules, and Cattle. HchJs. Funning Implements and HouseShe has nlugs, nud home other nnts 00 pounds. Also one live year old bay that have wings, too, follow her. A hold floods. "You cannot atiord to miss this sale." Mrs. Grace Sutton, whole cloud of these winged ants driving hers. Stnnbird, Route 1. swarm out of tho nut bill ufter the Meet us at the (irand Auction Sale. Tuesday, August 28th, at queen. 10:30 a. in. We feel that we have here a proposition (hat is worthy of Rooster Acquires "Jag." Perhaps uflcr nwhlle she makes up A farmer lit Athol. Mass.. declares her mind to go back to the nnt hill. every man's consideration that Ids prize rooster having partaken Theu there Is great rejoicing nmong too freely nf mime presennl cherries the other nuts. 'When the queen goes back to her cell thrimn out nf n kitchen window, wan -J so druiil; that he una taken fur dead the other winged ants unhook their nud Mrlppeil of hl feathers. He re- - wings from their sides and go to work. mierii! from Ids "Jag," however. Hut You see, the wings ale not fattened to when he returned to the poultry yard, their bodies, but are Just hooked there T WALLACE, (Jeneral Manager minus his font hers, lils hens would not so that they may bo taken off when Home Ollice. Wihuington, N C. 0 ' For further information, sec. phone or write Franklin Smith, Crab Or- recognize, hlui, and refmed to nllow they nre no lunger needed. They would ) be In the way of the working ants, tit in to share their coop. . chard Springs Hotel, Crab Orchard, K who must dart mto all suits of tight corners and through many narrow I' openings where wings might Ik? torn. Sometimes there are several queens In nn ant hill. Then not nil the queens wine back to the nnt IiIUh. Some fly off to see the world and never get homo again. When they nre tired flying they drop to tho ground and crawl luto some snug holo, where they lay n lot of eggs. Then they go to sleep for the winter, and In the spring, when the eggs hatch, tho mother takes care of the young ones till they In turn can tkc cure of her. It Is by wandering queous that new ant colonics ure fctarted. : f Free Barrel of Flour and Valuable Souvenirs and Presents Free. Free Dinner. Music by Excellent Band. Sum use jou jour ojea and go with me Into that little nut I. Ill by the roebtish hi the garden. Voti will linve FOR SAI.K-- 18 shoats and one koci to urn thrmiKli m.uiy long hatluuys or Knllcrlca In the ground. IItIkIiI Herring. surrey. Uvery where nlll meet nuts hurFOIt SALE: Two sets of furniture, rying In and out. Homo of them will bo currying gruliiH ami needs to put two foldinp; beds nml several carpets. a Into thrJr storehouse for whiter. Mrs. C. A. Itobinson. will Iki carrying the baby nuts In or out of the different little rooms or FOR SAI.K; Sow anil five pigs. George Carpenter, I.anca.tcr. colls. These Imblcs are at first only tluy white worms. You will notice FOR SAI.K: Short Horn bull calf. other unts inrrylug llttlo bundle wrapCan be. registered. Also lady'a driving ped In while. These are fclceplng babies who have vfrnpjied themselves up mare. Perfectly gentle. In gossamer blankets to awaken after II. t). Frye. Hubble, Kv. awhllu as full grown ants. Then the Six shoats, suitable nnt nursemaids will tear off the covers, FOR SAI.K; W. II. Mason. Jr, ami the little nut will coino out of the for meat hogs. FOR SAI.K; One extra Rcod yearling Clarence Green. ' dull, Oth-er- FOR SAI.F.-- An extra Kood Ilerford Jack I'ourne. bull, one year old. ROOFING, BOXING, NAILS, ETC. FRAMING, Buy nowgas prices this fallare sure to be higher. cradle. A. H. Bastin & Son Famous As- We carry H. W. JohnsManville bestos Roofing. J 1 WHITE day. SWAN 1 F5. rotu.. rs ins uiiiu.u mmy hmmw ail We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and flour Mills and are running every We have an expert miller with us and are turning out as good :&&$fc Dinihf 'ClBfe V Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish'tolbuy, store or deposit fyour wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. A Patriotic Scout. Hilly I'rancke. thirteen, a Philadelphia Iioy scout. Is too young to cullst, hut belloves every man, young mid old, should do his part. Hilly has made tho supremo sacrltlcc of boyhood. He lias offered hU dog. cherished comrade and friend, in a senke of utmost Importancethe guarding of Philadelphia's waterworks. Walker, Leg & Hicks 3. If m 5 For Hit Country, This brave laddie on his broncho Is u true nud loyal mjii of t'ncle Sam. lie hopes to grow up quickly, mi that In may offer his ervlocs lit defense of il" L.& N. stales without fear of successful contradiction that its Dining Service is equalled by few railroads and is surpassed by none. Capable buyers have positive inslruclions to purchase only the beSt substantiate and delicacies the markets afford. Every car is equipped Startling Truth Although you may not idways be able to cam monev; yet you will neid money as long ns jou live. This stai ling truth should everybody of the importance of having money in the hank. A portion of your income should bo deposited with a view to increasing your bank account until it becomes a substantial fund. UKI'OSITS ARK I'AID ON DEMAND. con-vin- c- e THE ie U. t iNationai canK citizens UT , 1 - 1 OV LANCASTER, JOB KY. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. I'.IGNEV, Ass't Cash'r J. J. WALK Ell, J. Walker. Jit., Vice I'rest. with the best modern refrigeration systems to preserve fresh supplies without cold storage. Each chef, cook anil assistant cook is selected solely on liis demonstrated ability to properly prepare food wlu'ch meets tho flandard requirements of L. & N. Dining Car Service. Every dining car is under the immediate and constant supervision of a capable conductor who will tolerate nothing but prompt, courteous and efficient fcrvice on She pntt of carefully trained waiters, each of whom renders such service. The cars are bright and cheerful, strongly built and evenly balanced, and supplied wlh s:owy linen and dainty glass and silverware. The menu is chiefly characteristic for its wide variety and reasonableness of price. There io u blending of French dishes, characlcristic of old New Oil.ans. with genuine Southern cooking, nnd favorite dishes of Chicago, St. Louis and Jacksonville. The fruits of the tropics, the sea food of the Gulf, the juicy steaks of the Weil, and vegetables in season from the Great Lakes on the North to Florida on the South, are seivcd in all their freshness. Standard mineral waters and soft drinks are supplied as are imported and domestic cigars nnd cijjr.rettes. A meal aboard an L. & N. dinins car is a genuine pleasure and delijht. is exceptional; the price is reasonable. W. F. CIIAMI'. Cashier. ONgROLL OF HONOR. 4 Draw I'lioto A Check ty American l'rcss AiwocUtion. T1IK LOt'Oll KUIEU. The service Ills country. None of our citizen are so enthusiastically patriotic us the boys and girls. Horn In tho tuud of the free, tbey seem to appreciate that now hero fbe Is there a country no beautiful and I b'otcrnuirut mi beiiellcviit uud good. Qong. Blnir a soul of Kardena VcaTetablea KraiiiJ. A Garden for the money you owe nutl note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with n mini who has un account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. IiOUISVTXdLiE v & NASTTVUiliK ThtOld RslialU Raiiroaid Co. Qrowlntf o'er tlie land, Kvery tn producing V Onion., lettuce, rmbbaea, riadlshrs and bctts. Oh. It Is JuM .plinJId. Italslntf on's on n eatil They know he Is doing business In a business like way. Uetter open such an account even it your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23. 1917. The Central Record ing to savo the principles of 1776. iOf that principle which was brought forth on this continent a century and incorporated, a half ago we may say, as LINCOLN $1.00 a yeab. bsued Weekly. said, that we are engaged In "testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. endure." It Is for us, as he snid, to ELKIN. Local Editor mid Mgr. resolve R.L "that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall omcc In Uncmler, Kj Dtrfdl the I'o.t not perish from the earth". Not only Second Cli Mali Matter. on this continent, but on every contin perish . from the earth If Member Kentucky Press Association ent, it will autocracy shall now defeat It. Thl and is the meaning of that day, nearer and Eighth District Publishers League. nearer at hand, when the soldiers ot American democracy meet the soldiers Uncasler, Ky., August 23, 1917 of Prussian autocracy on a battlelleld In France. LOCAL RED CROSS Hundred Knitted UNFERMENTED WINE' Asked To Furnish Fire Articles. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Cltv OilUes ...$ COO OPEN SEASON ON County Offices 10.00 September 1st. To October and District Offices.... 1G.00 10 Dates Inclusive. For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line UNLAWFUL TO KILL MORE For all publications in the Interest of individuals or expresTHAN FIFTEEN DOVES IN ANY sion of individual views, per ONE DAY Some shooters have the 10 impression If they go shooting one day line .05 and do not kill the bag limit they can Obituaries, per line make up this deficiency on the next day, and others think that they can DEMOCRATIC TICKET after securing their bag limit, both of which are violations, SQUIRRELS-- It is lawful to kill squirrels from July 1, to December 15, both dates inclusive. Heretofore the squirrel law closed on the lSth day of September and opened again on November 25th. and ran to February 1st of the following year, but this was For Senator. changed by the last Act of the for tor State Rev. II. S. Hudson, Chairman of tho local Red Cross Chapter, has received the following telegram which is self explanatory, and which we publish in full; Chicago III, Aug. 15, 1917. II. S. Hudson, Lancaster Ky. Red Cross has urgent cull from Major Grayson Murphy, for enormous quantities of knitted woolen articles. Here is cablegram from Major Murphy; "Last winter broke record for cold and misery among people here, inexpressibly dread coming winter finding us without supplies to meet situation, urge you on behalf of our soldiers mid DOVES, those of our Allies who will sulfcr In their frozen trenches nnd also thous15th, Both ands of French and Belgian refugees and repatriates being returned through looks to American. Begin shipping at once, one million, live hundred thousand each of warm knitted woolen articles already requested. They must come before cold weather and in view of shortage of fuel and other discomfort they will bo of incrcditable value In both military and civillian work' We ask your chapter to furnish a defin ite number of this requirment. Your allotment is 100 sweaters, 100 mulllers 100 pairs wristlets, 100 pairs socks Full instructions will follow in two days. Ask your members to finish nil knitting wor.k now on hand and clenr the deck for action. We want every chapter to have a chance to do its part in makir.g good on tins can lor help place copv including Murphy, in An uhprecedenteil era) of grapes this year nnd ns the fruit Is now ripen-- j cd n receipt for mnklng unfermented wlno would not be amiss. Here it is: Pick the grspes, wash and put on stove to l.oil, until the seed come out, then l put in sacks and strain. To every quart of juice ndd "n large teacup of ' sugar. Seal tight. i D n HI j Saturday, AT iillecleancd winter seedputa for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Lexington Herald has these pithy paragraphs; "Of the million men thnt Mr. Bryan, in a moment of reckless loquacity, the country would "spring to nrms over n single night," It Is estiper cent sprang mated that sixty-livbefore the comity examining bonrds with pleas for exemption. "Can your own tomatoes nnd then you enn snap your fingers in the face of the grocery man", soy the Government food advisers, but the chief drawback in our own personal case is that we could not feel entirely comlortnble In any attempt to tnunt the grocery man when we already owe him for the cans". The e ) Having decided to locate in Hendersonville, N. C, I will on, in August 25th, 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M.. Switzerland to France. Everyone here JAY HARLAN Representative. HOGAN BALLARD. County UNLAWFUL TO HUNT except on Knitting Litheir own land without license. line up cense good only during the year In which issued. Specify Old Dominion Portland Ce ment in your contracts. It is the best. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Judge. A. D. FORD. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. County TAINT LICK Miss Allie Russell Fish of Stanford is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Mid Ross attended Fair at Brodhead, Thursday. Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. County the Court Clerk. W. A. DOTY. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. B. RAY. County Mrs. Ellen Wilson of Richmond is the guest of Mrs. T. R.'Slavin. Mrs. Gordon of Lexington is the guest of Mrs. W. M. Eldridge. Mrs. Hubert Elli3 is slowly recover ing from an attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Sophia Treadway andson, Quin- ten. are visiting her mother in Rev. Grier of Louisville, held vices at New Hope church Sunday Monday. There is no opening at this time for peace with dermnny. There is no possibility of peace that will amount Ui Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders were in more than an armistice, n temornry Richmond last week. suspension of hostilities. The freedom Mr. George and Dan Ray were in of the world, certainly the IndependNicholasville last week. ence of the United States, depends upon crushing the military power of Bate ties for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Germany, leaving to her people to determine what course they will take Mrs. J, M. Amen and little son Rob with the rulers that have so betrayed ert Lee spent Friday with Mrs Robert their interests. Long. Ewes For Sale: 1 lia7e"TMRockcastle Mr. and Mrs. A. C. miles were in Nicholasville last Friday the guests of and Pulaski county ewes for sale. All good ones with black and grey faces. Mr. Lin Miles. W. II. Brown, Lancaster. Mr. Burnett Sanders of Crnb Orchard i? with his grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs, One Davenport, Library Table, Dresser, Brass Bed, 4 Rockers, Dining Room Table and Chairs, Buffet, Refrigerator, 3 Druggets, from France. Chapter Chairman re soldiers fighting quested to of foregoing part keep Cablegram trim. The of this message waste our and lot of Rugs, Kitchen Cabinet hands from Major thru the careless destruction of newspapers with request to give Oil Stove and numerous other publicity this first then get surplus bread, the the easier it have committees together things. This furniture is all prackeep the price of bread at them for rush job. J. J. tically new. Terms cash. Director Centrnl Division." It is difficult for the average family to realize that what is wnsted in one home can in any degree or sense nlfect the result of the war. But It is e.ny to understand that what is wasted in a to million homes daily may be sufficient t, thousand of in less Hour we in of nil homes full more Hour we will call, be able to ship, and will nnd be to n livO'CONNOR, ing level. at the Stormes Flats on Danville street,sell to the highest and best bidder, all of my household and kitchen furniture to-w- it: BUCKEYE O.-R- . Carpenter. 31 IE Capt Am Bourne, Auct. 3LZZ3CZD iVunnally'; 1 (T Ice Cream Parlor. Candies. Hiram Ray, TAXES. School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE H1GGINS. Coroner. S. H. ANDERSON Magistrate District No. ser and J. H. CLACK. Miss Maurine McLin returned Saturday from a three weeks visit to friend) in Jackson. Miss Hettic Williams was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Edd Williams the past week. Miss Emma Burchell has teturned home after a visit with her sister at Magistrate District No. 2 LOGAN ISON. ' Magistrate District No. JOHN s. HAM. Ravenna. Magistrate District No. J. M. METCALF. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge. Miss Ida Brumfield of near Nicholas-vill- e is the guest of her cousin. Miss Emma Burchell. Miss Marie Scrivner has returned to her home at Berca after a few days visit with Mrs. E. F. Hedxick. Judge and Mrs. M. J. White and sons of Mt. Carmcl III, are guests of Mr, and Mrs. Woods Walker. Mrs. G. W. Rice of Paint Lick has returned from a delightful trip to Ind. ianapolis and other points in Indiana. Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guar antecd to please you or money back. Hudson, Hughes & Famau, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight and Lieutenant John Rippleton of Louisville are guests of Miss Mary E. Lear. Vote for A. T.:Scott of Bryantsville for Assessor of Canard Co. Any lavor shown him will be appreciated. (Adv.) Mr. Will Skidmore and family of Lexington were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hednck the first of the week. FOREST STAPP. For Assessor. Money on deposit with us on Septem-be- a Mr. ond Mrs. Herbert Whlttsker nr.d 1 1017, will be free from taxes for children spent last Friday with Mr. and depositors, as we will pay tuxes on all Mrs Deney Price. Misses Leota. Rosa and Inez Ray en- accounts with us on that date. Deposit your money and checks, ns tertained at dinner Sundag a number you are liable for the tax unless the of their friends. are on deposit in a bank. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray and children CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. spent the week-en- d with Mr. nnd Mrs. Lancaster, Kv. Wilbert Ray at Newby. "Honor Roll Bank" Vote for A. T. Scott of Bryantsvilie, A few chairs, beds, dressers, tables for Assessor of Garrard Co. Any fay-or- e and one Mnjcstic range, good as new, shown him will lx- - appreciated. adv. for immediate sale. Mrs. G. P. Terrill Misses Attress Noel and Ha Hill and It Mr. Talbott Jenkins spent Suturday night with Miss Pttttie Long and brothRev. F. M. Tinder will not be out of ers. tewn this week a3 previously announcMisses Margaret Naomi Cornish nnd ed, but will occupy his pulpit at the 11a Hill were guests lust Monday night Christian Church this Sunday. Mr. of Misses Minnie Peail and Luuiiu Tinder closes his work with the church here the last Sunday in September, inBrown. Miss Riva Ray Manford has returned stead of Sept. 1st n.i announced in last to her home In Frankfort Mr. Earnest issue of the Record. W. R. Cook weighed up CO head of fine cattle last Saturday which he re Mr. Thomps Davuis, Mr. Mik Ray cently sold to Weil Brothers, of Lexand Mrs. Cordelia Davil were in Lex- ington for 11 j cents a pound. They ington last week to see Miss Ruth Ray averaged about 1308 pounds. who is there for treatment. Tho building of Camp Shelby, stu Mrs. Nora E. Teatcr Misses Ethel Roy Sallie Lon Teatcr and Mr. Smillio pendous as it is, is nnt the most inter Hill spent a few days in Crab Orchard esting proceedure now In progress in last week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest county. Miss. Tho new homes L. L. Sanders. for the Indiana, Kentucky nnd West Miss Fannie Mae Miles is with tier Virginia guardsmen are being contime new parents Mr. and Mrs R. C. Miles and structed in record-breakinMr. and Mrs. W. A. Cotton and children roads aro being built and tho work of are here tho guests of her parents, Mr. sewago and other necessities of life are being provided for on a high scale. and Mrs. T. F. Brown. ChrUman nnd Miss Rosa Ray accompnn. led her home. NUNNALLY'S Candies Spot-in- l Ice Cream for litis wcck."5 Peach, Tutd Frultti, Cnro-mc- l, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Sen cd Hour Telephone Any W. O. KING, No 202. Proprietor A. T. SCOTT. "The i:reat fact that Stands out above all the rest is that this Is a Peoples' War, a war for freedom and justice and amongst all the nations of the world, a war to make the world safe for the peoples who live upon it and have mads it thcirown, the German people themselves included; anu mat with us rests the choice to break through all these hypocrisies and patent cheats and masks of brute force and help set the world free, or else stand aside and let It lie dominated a long age through by sheer weight of arms and the arbitrary choices of masters, by the nation which can maintain the biggest armies and the most irresistible armaments a power to which the world has uirorded no parallel and in the face of which political fieedum must witlwr and Wilson, President of Jho United States. drawing near when the soldiers of the United States will meet the troops of the German Emperor in battle. When the first of those days arrives it will have n symbolism f The time Is inure obvious than any Jay of battle since the war began. Tim United States entered tho war to save itself and other endangered democracies by destroying trio thine which. If not destroyed, will forever menace them. Its soldier do not light to add to our wealth or to expand our territory. They fight to nave our endangered ideal, to save those institutions which our forefathers gave to the world. On that day when they meet tho Holdien of that autocrat who seeks to rule and transform the world mankind will see, physically made vis-bil- e in our men, the spirit of 177G light Protracted meeting begun at the Christian church Monday evening and is being conducted by tho pastor, Rev. U. N. Bowling. Mr- nnd Mrs. John Wynn ard Mrs. M. L. Nou motored to Frankfoit Fri day for u vlsl with Mrs, Noe's Uugh. ler, Mrs. Bennett Roop. Last to Arrive. Henry, ugi-win told of nn nr- Mr. R. C. liosin who has been very rival In his uncle'H family nnd ear nestly inquired Miejjur wr.s uuy reill, is improving. lation to him. "Why, certalnTy? c" Mr. S. T. Green ond Prico of Crob piled his mother, "he Is jour Otit Orchard attended the fair at Brodhead. cousin." After thinking over for n few Inlnutos Hie littie fellow sold: Mr. G. C. Cox and family of Manse "Well, perhaps you know, but fchould were the guesU of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. think he wns my last cousin."'I II Centers, Sunday, LEVEL GEEEN. ll. Mrs. UK tats Myers has returned to U. had a delightful her home In Berea after a weeks Ul BOcial evening ot the homn of Mrs. II. with her sister. Mrs. W. H. Swllli. L. Wallace on Monday. The airair was Misses Tlielrr.u. Robinson and Kate in honor of Lieutenant Lee Ledfcrd, Kinnalrd of Bcreu, are visiting their who is the guest of his parents, uunt, Mrs. Ruth Cxtnpbell of Kirksville. Mr, Guy Itlce had the misfortune to Miss Putvie Mae Clark attended the lose his livery barn by firu on Monday Sunday School convention at Antioch, morning. The lire was discovered as representative of Level Green S. S. about three o'clock and all olTorts to Mrs. Fanny Green, Mr. and Mrs. II. save tho building and contents were unavailing. Besido a considerable loss N. Green and Mr. Emcred Clark and in corn and hay, the upper part of the family, Bpent Sunday with Mr. and building had been used as a packing Mrs. Geo. Green. room and a large quantity of edibles Food Administrator" Herbert Hoover, and household effects were lost in the flames. The loss was covered by In- - in a formal statement recently, urged Americans to reduce the consumption surande amounting to $1500. of Hour one pound per person per week. FOR SALE: Pony and cart at Public He declared unless this wasdono Amer Auction on Saturday Aug., 25 en the ica and Its allies faced a 400,000,000 Joe Cabell Ramsey. bushel wheat deficit. Public square, The B. Y. p. Oasis Made to Order, In the desert Mretch between El Ccutro nnd Yuma, doun In tho south-rus- t corner of California, engineers made n new onblx the oilier day. They bored n hnlu In the Kround, and Just up came tho rvWvlfylnjr Haters. Then a few ilato feeds weru dropped Into tho soil, und a few vegetables planted, und they will huvu un ousts mado to order. Shredded Waste Paper for Packing. A machine has been brought out recently which fchred various binds of paper that nru fed Into It, making t( Into soft miiterlnl which can bo used for packing In plutv nf exciUlor, and tho like. By utilizing their waste paper In this way, many firms aru reducing the cunt of prepsilug fragile goods for shipment. Popular Mechanics Magazine. Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you Uccldo ou any wagon, examino the Columbus. Strongly built of tho best possible material the Columbus wagon gives tho most satisfactory servlco for tho longest period of years. Tlicro Is no secret In Uio notedly long life of tho Columbus wagon. It is tho result of the methods employed In construction, Thcro 13 no wood in this wagon wbicb lias not been under shelter from onolo two years, Tbo axles and tbo 6pokcs of tUo wheels aro Wckoryj tho , and sandboards aro oak, and tho bottom of tbo box is straight grained flawless pine These aro just a few examples of the caro wblcb is taken to mako this wagon as reliablo as possible. Tbo result is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatablo in reliability and endurance. Come in and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased. alr-drlbounds,-bolster- Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23, 1917. ni uuiuaw nyom tut flntiliom Pull Vaiori Hemp ( nm! Hiickwlient Mnchincs, An nut heat Drills, Single and Double Fertilizer and Plain. Deere and Oliver Riding Plows. nunai Jn-mlrfitr1 ' Gossio About People VVVf? A P.'IW Mention of the Coming and Going: I.y Ihoie wt Art Interested In. Lieutenant Frank Helck, of Louisville, Is the guest of till friend, Lieut. Ector Lnwson, on Lexington street. Mr. and MOONLIGHT Gratefully SCHOOL MONEY - WITHERS. Withers, daughter of the late "alian Withers, died at Red- lands, CTf.1. the first of the week. On account of PI health Miss Withers went to California a year ago, but the change of climate and scenes did not bring iibout tho desired result. Her brothers, Leslie nnd Dale Withers, and n sister. Miss May Withers, wire In tho Goldtn State with her. She Is also survived by three other brothers. Earl and Terrill Withers, of Stanford, and Clarence Withers of Lexington. Tli remains reached Stanford Mon- dry. ami the interment was at Buffalo Springs Cemetery. Mlsi Mettle Acknowledged By Mrs. Slewarl- John Deuie Cuttinii Harrows, John Deero Wngons - best on the innrkct nt n ,irleu Unit will nstonlsh you. Agent for John Deere Implements. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. Mr. Getrge I). Robinson in at Elixir Spiings for ten day?, u K. F. and wife were In town Saturday calling on their friends. Miss Amanda Anderson spent lust week with lier sister. Mm. Daly. 1'o-tl- m VOLT LAMPS the new current. 40 TO 225 WATT. You will need them with .Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rotmnon have returned from a short trip to Ijulaville. Miss Salljo l.titr, of Lancaster, is visiting liomefolki". tendon Sentinel. Miss Minnie Kemper of Danville vis. lied der natir. Mrs. W. A. I'rice, Inst week. Mr. (Jus Dunn of Miami Kin., is here W. A ii visit to his mother, Mrs. Price. for Mrs. K. L. lirownini: nnd little son, Hubert, ure in Lebanon, visiting her parents. L, It Conn of Danville nre rejoicing over a fine bnby boy that The mony raiieil In Garrerd County arrived nt their roino recently and has amounting to fZVlM, to teach S.'.0 been christened Ignn llrito Jr. soldier hoys to rehd and write Mr. I'M Iceland nnd daughter, Miss has been forwarded to the Illiteracy Mngdnlitip, havo returned to t'leirhome Commission at Frankfort. Mr. R. I In Atlanta Ga., after n visit to hrr Klkln who nssltt-i- l Home in railing this money, is in receipt of the follow im; pnrents, Mr. and Mr. Jack Adnnn. letter from Mrs Cora Wi,m Stewart Mlsi.en Allie Arnold of Lancaster, Ky thanking the people of this county, who nd Martha McClsry of Stanford, arc donated so freely to thi worthy canse thu guests of Mrs. Will Ycnger nt the KENTUCKY ILLITERACY MiddleslKiro Hotel. Mlddlesboro News. COM MISSION. Frankfort, Ky , Aug. It!, 1!)I7. The many friends of Harry Ware dipt. R. L. FUm. were glad to learn of Ids winning a Lancaster, Kentucky. Second Lieutenants Commission In the Infantry, nt Fort Henjarnin Harrison.) My dear Capttin Klkln: Accept my congratulations upon Mr. and Mrs. IraUIoltzelnw have re-- j tin- - upleiidld pit.ee of Work which 11 turred from months May at Hot you and you.- - lieutenants t.uve done Springs, Ark. They were; nccompani'd in Garrutd County in raising Garby Mrs. Hnltzclaw's brother, Mr. Day-- 1 rard's apportionment so pinmptly I id Thompson, of Itoyle, and with such apparent joy. Iloth Mr. nnd Mrs, Russell Cruinlin hnvel the achievement and the spirit of it returned to tho city, where the former I are so commendable that 1 am takhas accepted n position with thu L &l ing the liberty of passing copies of your letter on to other captains in N railway. They arc located at tho thu State. Please accept my hearty home of her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. (J. thanks und convey the same to your M. Patterson. Mr. OF INTEREST COUNTY TO GARRARD AND LANCASTER. McRoberts Drug Store Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Dnvis were Fair Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood of visitors from Lancaster. Ml. Vernon Danville and Mr. and Mrs. John David Signal. Dunn of Toka Kv,, motored over to Mr. and Mrs. Ilucknur Spindle left Lancaster Sunday and were gucits of Mundav for Rockcastle Springs for u Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ilourne. weeks outing. lieutenants. Answering your Inquiry as to the disposition of the fund, you will please send check to Hon. V. O. 8 NOTICE TO FARMERS V7 5 ft VP I Will Grind - Your Wheat For - 35 Cents a Bushel vr and give you back 40 pounds of Flour, 33 Patent, 7 straight and 19 pounds of Bran. Storage Free to Customers. Mr. and Mrs. .1. V. Arnold and famMr. und Mrs. Author Hubbard of ily Who have been the guests for SevCovington, are visiting Mr. und Mrs. ern! weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Ilurnside, will return to their southern J. E. Storme. . ... .. : : i i !.,. .. iin iiiiiuiiiiiaiu mu, r aur.uuy. uuiur Mr. Charlie Adams, of Lexington, r Mrs. L. 1). Jennings, Mrs. Medo and has been visiting his parents, Mr. and children of Iniisville. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Adams. Hen Jennings and daughter, Mary Mar Miss Anniu lielle Mallard is visiting garet, we re pleasant guests of .Mr. and Mini UinwiJdie of Lincoln county and Mrs. George Ilallard, recently. and more more will attend thu Fair. equal to the great emergency which Jlrs. W. C. McElnannon, and brighl us. Dr. Virgil Kinnaird and Mr. Lewis little daughter, Willie Francis, have re- will confiont them in this war. the military dance ut turned to their home in Atlanta, Ga. Gill attended Two more weeks of August, thu vaMost cordially yours, Lebanon Monday night. Cora Wilson Stewart. cation month, and then time will alter a delightful visit to her mother President Kentucky Illiteracy Commis "wing" us into the autumn, heretofore Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Tudor, of Rich-mon- d Mrs. Jas. A. Jones, on Danville St. so filled with joyous anticipation ot gay were guests lust Sunday of Mr. Mr. Ector Lawson, who received a sion. events in society, now with minds and Mrs. L. J. Sanford. First Lieutenants Commission in the FOR SALE: Some fine seed wheat. and hearts rife with only the two subMrs. Robert Hunting, and Miss Mar- - Cav.il rv, arrived here Saturday and Jus. Y. Leavcll, Uryantiville. jects, war and work. 2I caret Harding, of Danville, are the will remain until September first, when he will report for duty at Louisville. guests of Mrs. J. L Robinson. Gilbert, Trexsurer, Kentucky Illiteracy Commission. I trust it will give you, your assistants, and the citizens of Garrard County much satisfaction to know that veil will have thus made two hunand and fifty Kentucky soldiers able to read and write. This means two hundred and fifty mothers will have the comfort of letters from their absent soldier sons and two hundred and fifty men will be made Probably there Is not another city the size of Lancaster in the state of Kentucky when- - there has been ns many new residences built within the pust twelve months as right herein our own home town. All up to date modern homes, yet with all the building it is hardly possible to rent a house in Lancaster. Now on next Wednesday the 23th the Judgo Walker home place on Richmond Street is to be sold at auction, also about 35 choice building lots many facing Richmond Street und others facing the new streets now being laid out through this handsome property. We wnt to call the attention of our readers to the big ad of The United Realty Company in this issue who will sell this property to the highest bidder next Wednesday at 9;30 A. M. Read their ad and then look over this prop-- j erty, the location, consider ' the desir ability of this property for a home site, then come to this sale, buy you a lot, build you a home and come be one of Leslie T Bradshaw. 3 THE HUPMOBILE AND Another boy has arrived to bless the happy home of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Bui-- 1 lard Jr. This voting democrat ll now in line for sheriff of Garrard county and Air. Parker Gregory came up this here's hoping llmt he may land it some week from Hondersonville, N. C. and day. . will b-- j in iiur midst for several wecke. Miss Glndys Frisbie has returned Miss Georein Strom:, of Cincinnati from :t delightful seven weeks visit I has been the pleasant guest for the past with her aunt, Mrs. 11. K. Hughes of While there Miss Fusbie week, ol Misses Helen and MartlmGill. Louisville. atMr. and Mrs. J. C. Morgan, Mrs. was the recipient of much social tention. , llaydeti l.eavell and Kd Daughcrty left Mrs. Hettie It. Smith, ono of J. E. last week for a motoring trip to Detroit Mr. Kinnaird Dorlon ono of our Sol Dickern's iopular aril efficient clerks, Sunday for a two weeks vacation .'ler boys of Lexington, was here Inst left guest ot Miss Annie Ilourne. with relatives in Indiana. She was acjweek the companied by her mother, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Authur Hubbard, Mrs. Reynolds. j K. Slormts and Judge A. D. Ford J. motored to Lexington I nuav lor llie Mr. Adolph Joseph left last week for the east where he will purchase his fall and day. winter goods for tha Joseph Mercantile Mr. William White and mother, have Company. He. will visit New York returned to their home in Indianapolis City, Chicago, Cincinnat' and other after a visit to Lancaster relatives and points before his return home. . Miss Mattiu Adams left last week u months visit to her sister, Mrs. O. U. Ternll, of Kichlands, Va. for Non-Ski- d give you the mileage and THE dollar-for-dollar Tires 11 Sin ec Dane Garage BROS., Misses Thelma and Wallace O'Dell, ' Lieutenant Clark Dunn, of Fort nnd Reva Ray Manford, of Frankfort, Gu, is expected next Satur- Catherine Ilourne, of Danville, Stella day to be the yuest of Miss Anna lielle Grow of Ilrynntsville, I'eachie Mae Iturnslde. Sanders and I.eota Ray, of Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Civens Terrill nnd fain- - are composing a delightful house party 'ily liave for Hendersonville N. C. next at the pretty country homu of Misses, week, where thev will make their fu- Kmma and Hessie Ray Sanders on tho Iiarne Mill pike. Richmond Register ture home. On the eve of her deparluro for LexMr. Maurice Thompson, formerly of the county but now living ut Skidmore, ington next week. Miss Elizabeth LogMo., is at home for u few days to Bee an Simpson, gave a delightful little party to sixteen oj her young friends, his mother. last Friday afternoon, on the lawn of Miss Gladys Moore and Mr. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. E. P. llrnwn. RefreshMooro of Loxini;t"tl, ate guests of ments of sherhert and cake was served father. Mr. K. S. Moore, tit the and games during the hours from II lei their Simpson Mouse. 5 were thoroughly enjoyed by the littie Mr. J. Y. Kobinson is on u visit this guests. week in Lebanon to see hu friend Lieut, The following attended the dance nt James Phillips, who has just returned Crab Orchard Springs last Friday night; from Ft. Harrison. Misses Margaret Cook, Hope Gardner, ; Mrs. Joseph Kobinson entertained at Elizabeth Pildier, Ljilia Iturge, Alice her home on Lexington St, last lues Dale Durr, Elizabeth Gihbs, Annabel day evening in honor of Miss Margaret liurnslde, Isubel West, Ann Catherine Arnold, Messrs Robert Kinnaird. ArHarding of Danville. thur Eldndge, Sam Denny, Tom El- -' Mr. Charles Dunn, Second Lieutenant more. Rice Terrill, Charles Duun, Dan of Engineer. Ollicers Reserve Corps, Elkin, Dr. Virgil Kinnaird nnd Mrs. is here for u weeks visit before retort W. R. Cook. ing for further duty. First Lieutenant Virgil Kinintid, Attorney J. Nathan Llliott is being who leaves Suturdav for Fort Riley, talked of as n suitable man to oppose was terdered it dinner last night by Mr William V. Klair for city leiiresonta' Dan Elkin. Dr. Kinnaird was presenttivc. -- Lexington Leader. ed with n watch by his friends, the j Mr. and Mrs. Muurlce Akhloy. of presentation being mule by Hon. II, Those present were Richmond earns down Nst Sunday und Clay Kauffman. spent tha day with the latteM parents, Messrs H. Clay KuulTmau, Shirley Hudson, loo J, Walker, John G. Kinnaird, Mr. ni.d Mrs. Swifortf. Alex Doty, Joseph Price, Lewis Gill Mr. und Mrs. Robert Gotr, have reand Dr. Virgil Kinnaird. turned to their homo In Cincinnati, after h delightful isit to her parents, W. C. T. U. Mr. nfid Mr. A. H. Hastin. I friends. the value you should have. thousands and thousands of Fisk know there isn't any greater tire value. Join the big family of happy Fisk buyers learn for yourself that "When you pay more than Fisk prices you pay for something thai Joes not exist. " jlfii wkI Haselden Brothers. Rex Garage Company. Arcade KINNA1RD Ci J Managers. This Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU Calls you to an lJeal vacation high, up In the mountains of Western North Carolina. Days full of Interest, activity and sport nljhtj of refreshing comfort and solid sleep. Renew your health In the clear, cool mountain air. Co camping In the woods climb the peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving and motoring. Dig, fine hotels or quiet, Inexpensive places, whichever you prefer. let ut quote you ihd lowett round trip f.rtt furnUK time liblcl.litrfiturt and all tuvcl Intornutton. Call , on ncaic.t asent ot write H. C. KING, Division Passenger Agent rhocnlx Hotel Bldg?llS East Main St. Lexington, Ky. i I: .... I I ! s Ties, Enameled Oil and Rubbers, Buggy Cloth, Rugs, Candies, Fancy and Staple Groceries, Jewelry and Notions. See Shoes, of SUITS MADE TO ORDER U)i I 1 our line Overalls, .Shirts, ware, lamps, Glassware, I Whips, Fruit Jars k 1 UU ill h 8 S12.S0 TO $25.00 SHE SAMPLES PRODUCE WANTED. SANDERS VARIETY STORE I' I The ladies of tho W. C. T. U. made Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Harris, of comfort-Lagwhich they Hirmingham arrived Sunday and are at twenty-fiv- e county. thu home of Judge nnd Mrs. I.. W. gave to the soldiers in this They lmvf n house to house visitation Harris on Muplo Avenue. this week in order to secure new memMrs. Richardson of Lexington, and bers. Why not every woman In tho Mrs. Jones and attractivo daughter, county join. The only requirements Miss Annie, of Winchester, arrived are to sign the pledge, put on the white yesterday and are with their sister, ribbon and pay $1.00. Mrs. J. C. Robinion. 3m t-- i. i The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23, 1917. IT-.-- .- .1 T-- l OUNNSJDHAPEL. ' 1 For Sale 1 Any Size Farms I Remarkable Values (!) 111 1 gainfully 1 i ' , Mr. Jake Hurt continues very ill. i Iteclraned winter seed oats for sale. Hui)on, Hughes l'arrau. Mr. Lige Hurt is sullVri.ig from n ONE OF t I I I I In Price Shown To Buyers IVI oder ate If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. injured foot. ..Miss Atrice Noel and Mr. Hugh Noel were In Nfcliolasville, Wednesday. McCulley has purchased Mr. (!) a Kurd car. i Mr, Harvo Teater purchased ii tract' of land fiom Mr. J. M, Ainon, Miss Atrice Noel is a guest of Miss , i (!) ('; REAL KITCHEN CABINET BARGAINS HEELER'S Just take a look at this CABINET at only $ .98 delivered free of charge. I 1 I 30 any OR 300 ftGft&S : location, adaptation or improvements consult the D, A. Thomas Heal Estate I 3C I I'll ttli- - Long. Mrs. John Land is visiting relatives in Newport and Cincinnati. Mr. Morris Calico is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claine Davis of Jessamine. Mr. John Lnnd was a guest of Mr. Lige Simpson at Round Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson of Rich mond are here witli Mr. John Land. Mrs. Nora May and children of Wil- inore are visiting friends and relatives Other dealers would charge $25.00 for the same cabinet. I here. Wouldn't you like to try trading at WHEELER'S iind save the difference. You AGENCY. 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Richt now this Country is CRllinR for men of stout hearts and sound baJies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the nir. The exigency no.v confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could d, the importance of Rood health, both as an individual and national asset. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stotts, Mr. and Mrs. Wulkcr Licker spent Sunday at, High Bridge. j Mr. George Calico and Miss Maymej Calico spent Saturday ai.d Sunday with friends at Gilead. Mr. Dee Fotherglll, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico and Miss Mattie Calico motored to Richmond Sunday. Vote for A. T. Scott of Bryantsviile for Assessor of Garrard Co. Any favor shown him will be appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sebastian and family spent Sunday at Round Hill with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Moberly. Messrs Elbert Calico, Ambrose Calico, Dee Kothcrgill and George Calico were among those who attended court at Nicbolasvillc, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Davis and Uaaghlers, Mrs. Nora May and daughters. Misses Keulah and Stella were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailey. can save the difference on your FURNITURE, IM RUGS & STOVES just as well if you will only try trading at $11.98 WHEELER'S. YOU WILL LIKE IT Co. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. - It cives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody should guard their health as n priceless posWhen you find yourselr running down and not exactly session. keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. Vou ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Sunday. Allene Mrs. Dee Young, Mises Hollon and Young, Iva and Lenna Messrs John Land and Hugh Neel oin-pose- d u picnic party to Camp Nelson, , Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney back If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back horn? for lack of red blood when you nr.swer the call of the colors. sella at One Dollar Jor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stoTiach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOPS is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c u bar, 3 bars 25e. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all I'ains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. Thuieday. Mr Talton May spent Saturday and Sunday with his son, Carl, of Cincin- nati. who had the misfortune of having his foot crushed while at work in a machine shop. Mesdnmes Lucy Kidd and Dee Young and two daughters who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Land for' the past two weeks returned to theii home in Newport, Sunday. ( A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowds where you can stretch out and take thing easy. somron awaits iou New England i There arc ninny of thcte quiet ihady hcunta to be found at D Ashcvillc i " Birds Restore A Manchui-etts Old Orchard. ' STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. 3C DC DC nrnltholosfst took old orchard, one grently from i.eg- 161)1 and 1SU.1 he ob lect. Uctttocn served this orchard, at first overrun with baneful Insects, later, when Ids efforts to attract birds had been rewarded, practically freed of Insects, so that wllh Intelligent care the trees bore fruit, being the only ones of that In hand n typical which had suffered neighborhood to do so. A Recipe. To double your troubles nnd lessen your friends, talk about them. Youth's Companion. Chattanooga Niagara Falls Thousand Islands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts mwrmmr, i , vat,, x GooJ tt turning until Octtlur Jif. liach location has distinct ruturtl attractions for recreation in addition to the wm!ar open air pMtimcr. Wc shall IjC pleased to arrange ti c details vl your trip. Coniull tour loeil la.lt. tktr.t.cr addroi II. LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SAW DAILY ItS E. SUIa Sticat, UibjtK, Kj. C XING. Uiiiuon Pni;rT ,t, Public Sale OF BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING and ' BuilneM.Phonography TELEGRAPHY uniftu.it R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Tta h !. iri txt ti twrltnrit In nitrrtfitll D f.ni'r w. rntintr mn ini womQ for nrrt-Uina TIIUt'K H. MniTII.Lcmlnctou, Uj. Bryantsviile Property. COULD HARDLY .'AND ALGNE As executor under the will of the late Mrs Aliie ... Haselden, I will sell publicly to the highest and best Terrible Suffering From Hcndachc, Sideaclic, Backache, end Weak- bidder on new, Relieved hj Cardui, Says Thii Texas Lady. Saturday, Sept 8th, 1917 at 2 p. m. at Bryantsviile, the following property. One dwelling house, containing five rooms, two porches, barn, coal house and all necessary out buililintis, together with a good garden Also on this lot is u splendid office building. J J J J REGR ETS Are often tlui result of txiyitif from n lii(!h price house or the buying of n cheap article nud pnytni a price thut tliould get the ow jirmle. ConnIC3, of thb ago I wa3 lctt cldc. Mrs. Jllnnlo Thll-po- t, Tei. place, wrltos: "Flvo years talon villi n rain In ay It v.as right under my left rib. It would ccimi;cnM with tin nchlns and extend up Into my left cboulder nnd on down Into my larlc. By that time the pain would to co Bcvero I would liara to talis to lx.d, We have the building material of jjood quality and our price is right. Our stock is coii'.pl ite mid you can i!ct what you want it at a price that saUt-Hts-. you wunt, when Also one dwelling house containing four rooms, with two porches nud buffend usually about thrco days ...I suffered thlo way for thrco rears, coal house, barn and ull outbuildings in good repair. Fine garden on and cot tn be a rccro elrelclon and wa.i this property. bo weak I could hardly utand nlonc. Was riot nblo to bo onywhero and had These two pieces ol property are centrally located in the town of to let my houso work go... I suffered cwful with n pain In my back and I Bryantsviile and are in good repair. r.aa tuo noauacuo nil tuo limo. I just was unable to do a thin.?. My Ufa cash, January Ht. 1918, when was n misery, my ctomach cot In an Terms of the sale are one-hnpossession will be given, balance payable January 1st, 1919, with ne- awful condition, cauMil from tnklnK eo much m sllcltio. I ruffercd to much gotiable note bearing 0 per cent interest from January 1st, 1918. A pain. I had just nlnut p'ven up all hopes of our Bettlns finytulns to holp lieu will be retained on property for deferred payments, ne. Ono day n Birthday Almanac was Those desiring to look over property before sale may see Mr J. thrown la my yard. After readlns Its testimonials 1 decided to try C. Williams ut Bryantsviile bunk. nnd cm so thankful that I did. for I becan to Improve when on the cccond bottlo...I ain now a well wnmnn nnd feeling flno nnd tho euro hu boon permanent for It has been two ycr.ra cluce my uwful bad health. I will always nruteo and recommend B 73 Under the Will of Mrs Allle S. Haselden.l Cardui." Try Cat dul today. lf Cnr-du- l. Hitch up the team, drive to our pi nee, tfet your hill filled ipiickly ami save time enough to half pay tho hill. Don't fail to see, us for figures on house or hum hill, for wc know we cun sn e you money, . Hervey & Woods G. T. Ballard, Executor, Paint Lick, Kentucky. EC The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23, v10RESUBSTiTUTES Itohert H is 1 9 7. 1 STANFORD ColTey of YounRstnwn Is Ohio, vis- j A Plea Thorn Baforc Ccndoinning. HINTS BY COOKERY Chr-t- to Ihiscwivcs to Try iting relatives n at liome for the fair dance. Mrs, J. F. I.eruu of Iiulsvlllc nnd friends. Key. Hownnl J. Drazeltnn H holding PUBLIC SALE OF 1 EXPuRT. VSjl Terhure Herrlk of the Unttt , , 5w)'.3, Le Mead, Mors VqgeUlitec Dci-.j- rl Gst Utnl 16 ChMts. MM Enpit.; nj Simpler I ho Inn oipennlvc ort!orn n ml tried to ninki) up by rnro 111 rookery ntiil eamlng for the defects it flavor iiml Juices. If nutriment It nny olijprt It la well to recollect thnt nonin of the plpcrri of mcnt richest In nourishing iiialltlcu come from tho lest costly tec-- I lulls of Hip nnliii.il. t U An u mnttrr of course, nil iteiir now, but I venture to liellcve that tliOKP who think no inpiil Is complete without It liick ii certain kind of In gastronomy. If meat kiiIpMI tute are. denplsed It I usually Inhume those who liavr rooked them have not understood how to romponnd nnil them, l'lih of Nil kinds ithotiM Intro mi honorril port on tho table meat evacuated, Vegetable., epoelally Inn I.t'I Hi look It the tnllimr.i illtm- -r of f ho for h inm"l. Hhikm' wp 'villi M.:;i ttn rtrrlKlTi" Ur soups are-- talMM mi mnl in Mm mile till')' are luado hr tbo I'renrli bouillon mil Hit botillll nr inVat HhinI to innk" the s i ,i nlso ulllixrd. mill even tUi:, tli(V t. ri ratlicr ln"ond I In-- iiiw i ir Ilic . lml 'i i' !i of most of im. Hut del art o n real lot In our puta Are v.r not is well fin! Willi niriv different Ul:iil. with tli- of i;ttHl- - roup, either Iohi or cream, with aoupi thai have a Hli or n milk foutulntloii nx lth I he run solium" of any order) Of course the meat rourno W the crux nf tin- - htlimlluii for most person I Kraut Hint there are a few Iktboih who ilp, lino nny cuti of nuvit wive lhoe Hint nn tender enough to If ronntiil or broiled, liut uven before the late Mrlngcncy I fancy there wore not nutl.x w!m cull M Indulge thH pri'fcr once. Most of its limo Iiml to depend Iwj. In revival nt uoshen this week. Mr. (S, It. Cooper spent several days nt Crab Orchard Springs last wcek.U Missus llesslc nnil Ituhy Moiilroinery, of Mherty, nr the quests of Mrs. J. M. Cnrter, Miss Mildred Downer of Cincinnati, is the KUeal of Miss Maude Stuiiu for the fair. Miss I.'dim Smith of Corliin is tlio KUest of relatives and friends here for u few days. Mrs. Warren I, Allin of lliirrodshiirK had hrcn the i;ucst f lier cousin, Mrs. 11 II. C. WhIIoii. r, Mrs. Hella Arnold Francis of has heen here several days this week nt the Style Shop, Joseph Wnrner, who liaj heen in l'ittsliuri; i'a, for several years, is at home on u vacation. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ileazley and Miss Mildred Ileazley of Lancaster were here Sunday afternoon. Mr, anil Mrs. J. U. Hays have rt- turneil home after spendinc n week or au at Crnli Orchard Springs. r As agents of W. L. Todd, deceased, we will sell publicly to the highest and best bidder on Tuesday, September llth, COMMENCING AT 1917 uMiii 1 mi-a- n should lx pli'iittrully In 11. i employed nnd romhliipil with a little inriit to giro sarorlncM. or wltli cheese or wltli eggs or served In salads. We have not l"gun l comprehend what can l! done wllli vegetable or to leani e can become accustomed how oiilly ton dUti of thi'e, or of rhprm fondu, or - snuffle, or checso pudding, or cIiccmcheese sandwiches, or nny ono of half a doipii prpjarntlon In which cIipph- - Ih n n ll.irortin: mid n nutrlinent, lnntcnd of the Inetltalilo nmst. Ixilled. utewcil. tirolli-- or frliil animal fiKHl. When we arrive nt the wectn, there li nuotlier Htatlon nt which we can offer n plea as to the ricelleiico of tho Jcai cosily UlndK. With ripe fruit, cither freuli or Mewed, In nliundance, n It rliotild for months to come, the question of dpsnertK fcenia one of minor importance. Yet een hero we can offer trifles, custards, "Hunts." Iilnne-mangeJellies, drllcnte rldliiKs und puffs wlilrh nro no whit Inferior In tnUe to I'cnvy. rich sweets, such ns plc'i nnd Inrts, mid nre far more wholo-noti'- e. Their cood quallllps uuRlit to orr-et- . evpii wltli critics, the fact that tin coat lesH than the sulistnnllal com pounds 1 deprecate. I Incline to fancy that those who Inrludo nil Inexpensive sweet alone with meat sulistltntes In lack one BWeepltn; condemnation perleneu of what cnu 1k done. f Hubert Carpenter Is nt home for n few days from Fort llenjamln Harri son. He will return for llio second camp. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ilourne and Miss Dodo Hourne, of Lancaster, were hero Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner. Mr, and Mrs. Will Severance are the quests of herJmother.JMrs.JAIice Pick ett at Shelbyvllle. jk'i'hcy were accom panied ns liarrodshurK liy Mrs Anno VanArsdate. Cspt. Jehn N. Menefee, left here Thursday for Cambridge, Mass, wher he will spend six weeks taking special training in trench warfar-- . He will then retum to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shanks, of Columbus (ia.,and Mrs. John II. Shanks of Chattanooga Tcnn, who huve been visiting here, are now guests of Mr, nnd Mrs. It. S. I'utman at Miss Msrjorie llallou has returned from Lancaster, where she was tin guest of Mrs. Hella Francis. OiiThurs day evening Mrs. Francis entertained with a pictuie show party in her honor, Mr. and Mrs. Wearcn Hail and two children, of Knntas City. Mo, who have been the guests of Mrs. Jennie Wenren and other relatives have icturned home. Mrs. Wcaren nccompaniid them home for a visit. QJllnrry W, Fnrmcr, who recently re ceived n commission at Fort Itcnjamin llarriron is here for a few days ining ling with old friends. Ilnrry has made good much to the delight of his many 10 O'CLOCK A. M. the following described property: A tract of land situated in Madison county, on the waters of Paint Lick Creek, fronting on Walnut Meadow pike containing fars On this tract is a nice dwelling containing 8 rooms, good cistern, out houses, good orchard, fruit of all kinds good stock barns, cribs, sheds, good tenant house, well watered and in good state of cultivation. This is the tract on which W. G. Rogers now resides. TWO A tract of land situated in Madison and Garrard counties, containing 74 1-- 4 ACRES This tract will be offered in five tracts and then in two or more tracts, the bids bringing the most money will be'accepted. This land will be surveyed after the sale and deeds made to purchaser or purchasers by heirs. This is rich land in high state of cultivation, some of it being virgin soil. Well watered and has on same tenant houses and two barns. The above land is a part of the home tract of W. L. Todd, deceased. At the same time we will sell 284 Ky., AO we&t 3 A NEW FANCY U Thli BAG. Good Looking friends here. The remains of Miss Nettie Withers arrived here Monday morning and tho interment cccurrod in the llulTnlo Springs cemetery that afternoon at 3 o.clock after services by Itev. F. M Tinder of Lancaster. She, with a sis ter and two brothers went to Itedlands Cat, about ten months ago, hoping to be benefitted by the clln'ate. Deceased was IK years old and a daughter of the late Laban Withers. Cut Glass More Fragile. Cut gln,ss prolmhly would break more easily than uncut glnss. Tbo pattern In cut iilnss Is cut by means of grinding wheels. I'ncut glass patterns lire tiMinlly molded. The angles III cut glass uro better deilned nnd khnrper. Tlio cutter ulso may. In Kime places, drle his wheel n little ObviousdeeiM-it In other units. ly, th" slns lit such ilnts would be Ihln and more fragile. Tett of Spruce Qum. The text of u good chew of spruce gutn Is first in the taste, then In tbo color. If then Is no trneo of turpentine In Hie tuste not more than an ilKreenblo bitterness ni the lump Is llrst crushed in tho mouth, then It Is good gum. If, ufter n few minutes' chewing, the cud liown n pinkish lavender thiide, then It Is perfect gum. Olrthplace of Many Sailors. Tho county of Devonshire In Kug land has been the birthplace of many Kiillors, the most noted of whom was Sir Fronds Drake. Among (Ahers was Sir Humphrey (lilbert, who took of the oldest of on this sldo of tho water i. In the name of Queen land. The sale of all these lands will be made at the residence of W.L.Todd, deceased, three miles from Paint Lick on the Wallaceton pike. Also on d of Timber of Berea, on the Berea and Wallaceton pike containing Situated in Madison County, about 3 miles ABOUT 200 ACRES. On this land is some very fine timber which will be offered apart from the land and then with the Three "Tracts X-an- Wednesday, Sept 12th, 1917 Following the"above date, and commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., we will sell all of the PERSONAL PROPERTY owned by W. L. Todd at the time of his death, consisting of Mules. Three Yearling- Mules; 3 Stallion. "Wnlkinii Pat" Two Suckling Mule Colts; 2 extra tfood Milch Cows. One jjood Jnck 1G hands hijjli. One Yearling Heifer; 2 Number One Hull Calves. horse. Four Hrood mares; 1 coininjj Hull; two Brood Sows and 15 Shoats. One One Mare Mule. 8 years old, 1G hand high. Threshing- Machine; Rake; Wagons: Plows; Gears; One Horse Mule. 7 years old, 1G hand hiuh. Corn; Hay; Straw; Fodder. Ktc. Horse Mule 15h hand higli. One For unv further iniorinniion parties will call on the iindersinned Agents who will take pleasure in showing all property before day of sale - One. ld For Matrons rittlcule. .Made of hlark and richly with hteel Ivads. this liaj; Ij ld ld - four-year-o- Terms Liberal and Made Known Day of Sale. REMEMBER THE DATES. Laniljwill be sold on Tuesday. September llth 11117. at 10 a. in., ami the stock on Wednesday. 1917. at 10 o'clock a. in., all at the late residence of W. L. Todd, deceased. September 12th. JAS. A. TOGO and 1. 0 , Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. BUENA VISTA TOi, Agents. who ure needed will be placed in the division which will not be called until after the need for them in the lields has passed. Dinner Served on the Grounds Wednesday. Mrs. Nannie Jennings and daughter HEN MAY HARVEST Miss I.ucv, are spending several days Mrs. T. S. Poore was hostess at a with Mr, Will Jennings and family of Men Drafted May Remain In fields To delightful dinner, Friday, in honor of Lancaster. her uuest, Mrs llelle Pooro of Wilniore. Complete Gathering Crops. Alico Katheryne, the little daughter Miss Florence Christopher, who is of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harnett, is' teachinu' at llolion in Mercer county, seriously ill of typhoid at their home Washington, - Provision to protect wltli friends here. here. spent tho week-en- d harvesting from shortago ot hands duo Cluster and Hubert Ford left Satur- to the mobilization of the National Mr. Walker Pooro and wife, and day for a two week's visit with their urmy l"48 keen made by the Govern-uu'i- it Messrs Will Pooro und Itobert Holccmli grand-parentMr. nnd Mrs. C. 11. in regulations now going out to Repair Mirrors. wero wltli Mr. T. S. Pooro nnd family Durham at Trimble, Ky. diitrict exemption boards. To renew the silvering on tlio back Sunday. of ft mirror lay It faeo downward on Mr. James Christopher accompanied Men needed in the flelds to complete Vote for A. T. Scott of llryautsville a smooth mi rf nee anil prepare it pi ceo Any by his sister, Mrs. Delia Daugherty, of harvesting will bo permitted to remain of tinfoil largo ruough to patch tlio for Af sftBor of Garrard County. Lexington left Monday for Indiana, at work until tho need for them passes, damaged part by rubbing It with mer- favor shown him will be appreciated. Local where they will be with relatives for when they will join the colors. cury, 1'luce the patch In (hisIHou, lay (adv.) several days. boards, because of their knowledge of ALU Tilt' IMUE. u bluet of paper over It, nnd put on It Miss Oneida Shewmakcr and ltev. local crop conditions, will determine Mr. Frank Doeiu und family 61 Lex- weight having u perfectly Hat surultufile for elderly women who deslro a face mid heavy enough to press It inKton, and Mrs. JotUli McCulluh are Ernest L. Ford were married last what men are necessary in this class. frivolities. War has put a price on ull down Application for delay on this giound tightly. Let the mirror lie In tho Ruejta of Mrs. Laura Naylor und Thursday morning at the bride's home steel, and tlirse heails uru uuw a hull-innrthis position for o day or two nud tho family. in Moreland. After the ceremonv they iiBV bo submitted to the district boards. of clcunnct!. foil will ndhero to tlio glass. Indianapolis Ind, and other The papers of harvest hands will be Mrs. Morgan Welch and little daucli- - left for points. returned by tho district board to tho Coffee In Gravy. ter of Jessamine Station visited her Learning and Thought local board, whero selection will be Tlio umi of laf liner coffee. Instead of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams, Liberty. Learning without thought Is labor .vatc: In preparlnc meat ernrlea made. The local boards are authorized recently. (Jod grants liberty only to those who tho rlcliucss of their color and lost ; thought without learning Is peril in live divisions alviya ready to guard to arrrrgu theirinquotas Harvest hands Lime, sand, cement, rock, brick, salt love It, and arc ous. Confucius. 1Aor, and Itn pfeHnce cuunot te order. or Increments, defend IL Datiltl Websttr. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. and Without Words. johuk mini In Holland Is lu love, anil wUhcs to propose to u youus lady, tho custom still prevails In brideprovinces of the would-bgroom buying a small, sweet cuke and, wrapping It up In fcoft puper when ho proceeds In the house of his Upon his arrival ho is ushered Into tho midst of the family circle. Without a word he walks up to tho young woman lie wishes to niuko bis wife, and ho lays tbo cuko on tbo table beforo her. If tho accepts bis otfer, stio takes up tho cako and eats It. Proposal If u sev-er- For Little Ones. Hooks for children require an amount of work and kuowledgo altogether dl.prouirllonute to tho money, which the authors are going to make out of them. Is that why our best authors do not write tliem 7 anwul.WVtl The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 23 ! 9 7. 1 BIG AUCTION SUE OT u u OF 4 D I NG AND S FA RMIN& ,4 125 LANDS TTffLTTCS HP R OEiL J' tills AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., RAIN OR SHINE. Acrss of Land adjoining the City of Lancaster; fine frontage on Lancaster and Lexington pike; a state aid pike; splendid brick dwelling and other out buildings Close to New Graded and Hip-- - School hnil diner whir.h r.nste h ... - o-- r - - ..residence on PROPERTY. $35,000.00 14 and has an endowment . teachers. Accessible to;ir;water works and .24 hour electric light service. For a number of years the former owner of this farm has been solicited to sell in separate tracts or lots, but refused JandJ this is the first and original opportunity to secure theselbuilding lots and LANCASTER GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL "baby" farms and one tract of about 40 acres This farm is known as the Mrs. Pattie D.Gill farm ana 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 for a long time. of $5,000.00 and a corps of nty of Burgoo Music by brass band A Registered Berk- snire uni anu uiner vaiuauie rresents Given Away. For further particulars inquire of The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Kentucky.