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THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 6. 1917. -- NUMBER 23. irir Special Prices For Ten Days on M iglfS fwiral fru51 fi5TF51 fn ril ffn rsl fnrul ficYrrirffrarHIffiTaimraJ fra Mr Farmer, buy a I LTI PICK II BUGGIES Wagons, ETC. Conn it ii ii Nunnilrj's Candirs. Brothers. 11111 ii . The honor of being the first man called from Garrard County for service In the National Army went to ilenjamin Wood. For a number of years. Hen has dispended soda to the thirsty, and there is no mora popular boy in Lancaster. It is indeed an honor tq go first in the battle of the world for democracy. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 1111 3 II CZ3 ( II JE The NUNNALLY'S Ice Cream Parlor. WILLIAM B. MASON JR. Probably the first Garrard County boy who win see active service in for eign waters will be William H. Mason, of Lancaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. W, tl. Mason. He is at this time awaiting orders to proceed to European waters, having volonteered for service on Submarine chaser. He is at present at Norfolk, a member of the Naval re Si serve, and liaa finished his course of training there. "Hilly's" many friends MOVES TO. LEXINGTON here wish him all success, and hope The many friends of Robert T. for his safe return, Embrv and his family regret that they will leave Lancaster Friday to take up A LAND SALE WE ARE their permanent residence in Lexington, Mr. Kmbry has accepted a ixjsltion MUCH INTERESTED IN. in the Hluegras Metropolis, and his On next Tuesday nt 10 o'clock the children will enter school there. His eldest son, Uert, will enter the State Tom Hobinson or Sam Cotton place of University this fall. Mr. Embry has 125 acres of Hlue Grass land in high been connected with the National Hank state of cultivation just one half mile here for a number of years, and his from the City limits of Lancaster will position of Assistant Cashier will be be sold to the highest bidder in small tilled by Mr. J. Itandolf Harris, of tracts. This is n dandy fine piece of Stanford. Mr. Hnrris is a formri property and with it being cut into resident of Lancaster, being n son of small tracts each facing on Stanford pike should readUy sell. In as much Judge ar.d Mrs. E. W. Harris. as tho editor owns the adjoining farm we are very much interested to know NEW POSTOFFICE. who our neighbors will be. Now some of you who want a good location for a SOON TO BE REALITY. home go out nnd h.ok over this property and wo feci sure you will not look Postmaster E. P. Utown is all smiles further for a home site. See big ad in over the fact that within a year he will this issue. be occupying a new postolfice building. All doubts as to the time when it will be completed vanished when the FIRST TO GO. This machine will more than pay for itself in the difference in yield of your Wheat Crop-- . Machine on display in front of our store. Place your order now. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky GlenLily Still .Leading in Baking Qualities. t j Candies Special Ice Cream fur tills wcek.'fi FRANCHISE FOR TELEPHONE SYSTEM. At the regular meeting of the city council last Monday night the question of selling a telephone franchise was brought up, the Hastin'Telephonc Company having expressed a desire that such step be taken. The matter was touched upon at a previous meeting and at the meeting last Monday night more developments were brought out. Mr Steele, formerly owner of the Huston vllle telephone Company, but now a resident of Danville, expressed to the council that lie'wishedjto bid on a franchise, if such one was to be sold. He has promised to submit a franchise nt the next regular meeting of. the coun cil, for cnstalling a "Central Energy" system, the same us is now used in Danville and other progressive towns. Mr, such as Somerset and Hurnside. Creech of the Hastin Telephone Com pany, was also on hand and said that he would gladly submit n franchise also and ono that he felt would be in keep ing with the town and community and at a price that ho thought would be reasonable to the patrons as well as Peach, Tutti FruittI, Caro-me- l, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Sored Telephone Adt Hw W. 3C DC O. 3 KING, DC No 202. Government awarded the contract for the bare building to A. W. Lane of Chicago for $28,400.00. The contract calls for completion on May 21th, 1918. In all, fifty live thcusand dollars will be spent on the Post Ollice, five thousand having gone for tho purchase of the Grant lot on Danville Street, adjoining the Presbyterian Church. It will be one btory, with basement, and will contain rooms for the Postmaster, rural carriers, and a vault. Took the Blue at Broadhead and Stanford Fairs against Obelisk and others of the best Kentucky FIoursTHE REASON is no Bleach no Blend to take the natural vegetable life from It. fjj kg $ t 1 Garrard Milling Co. Proprietor. FAREWELL Given DINNER Leave To Tea Boys Who For Louisville THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It DENNY. Surplus $30,000. Vice Prca't. " S. (5. DENNY. Cashier. J. L. GllX, Hook-Keep- President' J. K. T. E. STOKME8. JuUKY, Ass't Cashier. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUlt BUSINESS. J. E. Simual D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny. J. H. Posey, Stormcs, S. C. Denny, J. I.. GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. I mn now prepared to A farewell dinner was given at the Kengarlan hotel last Tuesday, to the ten boys who have the honor of being the first called from this county under the eeleclivolraft service. They are all splendid specimens of manhood and we all know and feel that they will so acquit themselves while in tho service, that the entire population of the county, will rise up as a single man and call them blessed. Tho citizens of the town and community responded liberally towards financing the splendid dinner, although it was gotten up hurriedly, after the message camo that they must start for Louisville on the afternoon train (Friday) afternoon. Judge Hardin acted as toastmuster and gavo the boyi some splendid advice in words that were both eloquent and beautiful. Short talks were also made by Judge L. L. Walker and J. E. Kobiiuon. On behalf of the boys, our young town-ma- n ar.d good friend, William Swope, V9 more lumiliurly known here as "Hilly" THOENHILL WAGONS Ask us why we handle them SEE US FOR ALL KINDS OF the owners. GARRARD FARMS IN GREAT DEMAND. n 1 linvc large machinery and can do your work tquick. Make n (Into with mo nml my luachlno and men will be there that day, if possible. Fill Silos 1 as also will grind your wheat for the bran and give you as good flour as can be made in the state and about 40 pounds to the bushel. responded in some well chosen words, (blinking tho host for the dinner served in their honor, unci the speukera for tho admonition and advice, assuring them that they would be heeded, and that their conduct while in the service, would prove to their Garrard county if 4 friends, that they would bo loyal to tho trust reposed in them. Ed lloltt-claalso' responded and his remarks were heartily applauded. The ten boys who jut at the festal board and who Icavo afternoon are; Den Wood, Lancaster, JamPaint Lick, William es II. Kalston, Swope, Lancaster, J as. E lloltzclaw, Gilberts Creek, Chcnault Elmore, Lancaster, Mike Simpson, Coy, Holds War- One can scarcely count on his fingers the number of real estate deals that have been made in this county during the past month, so fast have the changes been and at prices that were never equaled or heard of before. It only shows that Garrard county is coming Into her own and is now only reaping a part of tho reputation that she has justly made nationally, for the best county in the state, when it comes to producing, corn, hemp, tobacco and Special Prices on i Leslie T. Bradshaw. g wheat, products that are in great do Mr, maud and at fabulous prices. James I. Hamilton ttie best judgo of the fanning lands in the county, during the past month, has purchased, in round numbers, 1250,000. worth of farms in tlto county, at prices from $150 to $200 an ncre. A total of eight formes were bought by him during the month of August, three of which ho turned over in less than u week after profits, purchasing, for handsome Using a good judge of the value of Garrard County farmed, ho will buy one as readily us an ordinary man would u yearling calf and on very few occasions has his good judgement failed him ren. Lancaster, Andrew Renge, The eight farms mentioned .above William C. Layton, Paint purchased of the following parties; Lick, arid Joe Uryunt, Lancaster, Alex Walker, Mrs. Juliett Harnard. Shirley Estes caught some good pic Jim Clark, Shirley Hudson, N. K. Hogie, J. T. Pope, A. II. Hastin and turea of the boys just before the which we hope to produce In Walker Bros. There are about 1,600 cur next issue. acres In the eight farms. Bugg ies WE ARE PREPARED TO SELL YOU BOTH TEAM AND BUGGY HARNESS FOR ' LESS THAN OTHERS l W. J. Romans Thr- - r orf Thursday, Sept 6, 1917. o I I I I Remarkable Values I VI oder ate In Price I Shown To Buyers V I AnY Size Farms Br RICHARD MARKLBY -- Hi for ofctic Their Hero . One of tho Idiosyncrasies of yuulli Is nn of what Is pleasing to tho c.re. A Imy of sUlccn U more absorbed In the (lit of hU dothiM It.in ever hkiiIii In lil.n life. 11:e lo(c of per honnl niltruniiiit U kupiiwiI to remain wllli n woman m 1 it u. .lie out of her teens sho It wop ralti er by tlevotlon limn i:o d looUi, l;. , a girl from tlfleen to twenty Is iisnm li charmed by wlnil Is uniiilly dcuomlmit iil handsome In u boy m the boy H by resplendent neckwear., Neither tho Iwy nor the girl attnclios much Importance to merit. "Tom llcrryiimu, ngel eighteen, Ihe noil of a well to do widow, persuaded Ills lumber to penult him to giro a house party In her fount ry home, which sh did not Intend to occupy durlni; the Mitumer. The bunch Tom trained with was romiHiieil of lioy.i and tlrls of nxe varylnc from fourteen to eighteen, though none of the KlrN wus tpiHe seventeen. Sl.T boys and six plrls were Invited to the bouse party, and all nt once, for none of them bad ever liecn so honored before. Mrs. lterryraan had nu Intimate friend, a Sirs. Arrulbnld, whose only son, ttpglnnld, was of it proper nge to be Invited to the house, party. Mrs. ONE OF WHEELER'S . REAL KITCHEN CABINET BARGAINS I 30 I any If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. OR 300 ACRES Estate Just take a look at this CABINET at only $ .98 delivered free of charge. 1 1 location, adaptation or improvements consult the Other dealers would charge $25.00 for the same cabinet. Wouldn't you like to try trading at WHEELER'S and save the difference. You can save the difference on your I I D. A. Thomas Real fill AO ENC Y. I FURNITURE, RUGS & STOVES just as well if you will only try trading at DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THEJFRONT Right now this Country Is calling for men"of stout hearts and sound boJies. It needs thorn to keep Old Glorv triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting ui emphasizes, ns nothing else could do, the itnpjrtar.oe of good health, both afan individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless posWhen you find yourself running down and not exactly session. keyed up to the lighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney bark If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homt for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells nt One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the liver, Sidney's, bowls, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c h bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3729-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Uroadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. Iterryinnn, desiring to Miow attention to her friend, mado It a condition of ghliiK up her country bou.m to her son and her frlchdi that Ileglnald Archibald should receive an Invitation to U one of the imrty. Tom consented and had been tnilned In social dealings to notify the othCrlwys that Ileglunld Archibald, being u stranger, should recelvo As to especial attention from them. the girls. Tom knew that If they did not happen to fnncy young Archibald they would not lie likely to put out of the way to do him honor on the When Iteglnald uppeurcd scene he win found to lie what n girl handsome. Ills of sixteen would call complexion was pink nud white. lie was rather tall for his nge and deli -- jipsed a well cately formed. He turned neck and throat mid wore a nt nil In fashlon-whl- ch byronlc colbir-nRhowed the features to ndran-tnge- . He nt once gnve tho Impression that be honored the company In appearing among them nnd that lie to Ik- - treated with especial consideration. As has been remarked, joiuig ladles of sixteen ore like the llsh that go for the glittering spoon that whirls In tho sunshine nt the end of n line. pink and white complexion, his soft brown eyes, his artistically tumbled hair and. above all, that throat, rising alime the brnnd, rolling collar, captivated every girl In the party. Moreover, his admirers were too young to have received proper training In restraining themselves In such matters, nnd Mr. Archibald nt once liecanie their tliem-selve- s ot Itegl-nnld- 's $11.98 WHEELER'S. YOU WILL LIKE IT Co. y A. F. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. - s r ksomrorz m A retreat from business cares away from the crowds where you can stretch out and take things easy. wl xr lltZTK. jwaits iou the monotony of every day VIti WW A There are many of these quiet shady haunts to be found at IliKL Umrtr I li m r P !, Niagara Falls Thousand Islands Atlantic Seashore New England Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resort hero. 3C 3C DC Public Sale OF Bryantsville Property. As executor under the will of the late Mrs Allie S. Haselden, I will sell publicly to the highest and best' bidder on Saturday, Sept 8th, 1917 at 2 p. m. at Bryantsville, the following property. One dwelling house, containini! five rooms, two porches, barn, coal house and nil necessary out buildings, together with u good garden Also on this lot is n splendid ollicc building. Also oue dwelling house containing four rooms, with two porches coal house, barn and all outbuildings in good repair. Fine garden on this property. These two pieces ol property are centrally located in the townof Bryantsville and are in good repair. Terms of the sale are one-hacash, January 1st, 1918, when possession will bo given, baiunce payable January 1st, 1910, with negotiable note bearing G per cent interest from Junuury 1st, 1018, A lid will be retained on property for deferred payments. lf C. (r Those desiring to look ovet property before sale muy see Mr J. Tills pouted, while Williams at Bryantsville bank. 'be cujoyubhr doy liven had tho girls refrained from showing their admiration for the youngster with the pink and white complexion the other loys would doubtless have discovered It Tbcy were not envious of hlui, but bis re ceiving nil tho attention to the entire exclusion of all tho rest of them was certainly calculated to mar the pleasure of the party. No ono of them could make uu engagement with any girl until she bad learned whether Iteglnald Archibald would honor her with n like Invitation. If n boy were chatting with h girl she was foreier casting glances at the Adouls, evidently more Interested In getting lit li way from the girl ho wns with than In her companion. Tho longer this concentrated attention of the girls upon btui lusted tho imiri; Mr. Archibald sccmisl to consider It n Mutter of course. Instead of pointing out to the girls the want of wisdom In their courso ho rather rmourngfd them In following It. .Instead of endeavoring to be one of the pnrly of boys he held nloof from them, Mc'ulug to consider the society of gills ri terrible. On the whole, the yi mirf fellow "were- unite excusable In being up in arms iigulnst both the girts and their lieiii for spoiling their fun. They put their bends together to con coit some Ni'liemo t show up tho tutor able Adouls nud reiustiilo them ! In the good graces of the girls, Tb-- V !J one and all agreed lo n t 'i tln suylng "Absence make Ihe heart crow louder" The result spcalis for Itset. One iiioiiiiiit! v .in 11111 girls iiiiue i!. 'ill to bieukfilsl the butler an. 11,'iiecl ilint t.ir.ie of i'..v In i ha! uiki llslilng; Kiiliiu to a baseball iniili'li V!.e inly tii.v left Hi ll'lne ' ' Mielr 'they Innl him for lm '.fa t. ll.c, spent the morning with iilin, the m iifleiniioti, mid vbe:i dinner tiiu h' w ns Mill their only io;n,i:iiil.)ii t.niig efure the luidows of cintuj li laid iiiine they fuiind that Mr. was a good ileal like tlli for I'imU nt flub for luu boon unit llh r dinner. (' in Ii.s the phoAt ll'i- iisunl bo"i.nograph was set going, nnd slii'e there was inly Ibelii'so li ilninc with nud tho gills soon tiro) ofduric'inr v Ith nuo nnolber the;- uit around a id iu nsl, Thu Im.vs ennri In at l'i oV'f" U to Hud nil th irlrW ictlrcd o tie ir nx ins, uiid Mr. Archibald liad taken the U:ir home. In the it'oni! g the train 111 I J 111. CoJ ftmtmiKt ' Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation in addition to the popular open air pastimeiL We shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. Consult yout local ticket agent, or Ureu II. C KING. Dirhh fif-- go Altai. US E. Mtia Stmt. UiiatUo, Kj. LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Ocr REGRETS buyitif of tirade. Arc often the result of buying from a hitih ptlco liouse or t ho ti cheap article anil paying a price that thould get thu too(l We have the building material of good quality and our price is right. Our stock is complete uiid, you enn you want it nt n price tlint satisfies. tct what you want, when .r rr f Hitch up tho team, drive to our place, get your bill filled quickly und save time ciioiiiJh to half pay the bill. Don't full to sco us for figures on house or bam bill, for we know we can save you money. Ihe l.o: s tnlliist they had spent tl a.- 6. T. Ballard, Executor, - Under the Will of Mrs Allie S. Haselden. Tor a law hours the lilophif of tin litis continued; I lion, when Ihe went out to tho tennis courts together 'hoy were followed by a rfcnlaiit f.ock of misses who bad concluded that Ivo onllnarjr boys were preferable to uo AdooU. lr Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 6 1917. A SOPRANO-TENO- R PUBLIC SALE OF jT Chief of Shippi: Board Bf NORMAN TIIORNDYKE After ii imiitlror of venture In n trlcal way 1 organised u (uim opera MOiiniij. which I took "on t1i' roail." lljr Klmterm were not mi li a ODO lU llrHrnt tho Metr"t")llull Opera llmiw lu New York, but urc Hp v good enough for the MUUItnf"' xrtt ioMxWil fur Wli n I :i . i aastnlitg caiuthlari-- i for tiff ilr-- t hul.i'.i wrt a J'otHig wtmnin rume to rut' win ilwired lli iKMithm. I tried her tolru, It, wan Iwt roHlil liot iiulto place . liet rsHlr n wpriiuo nor wni 11. cx acUy an nlto, Mug between the tw . KobhMIuhm II nomiiled n little llko a Win tenor. I ill not cm' tly fancy It, but no other woman premiilH her wlf for Ilia ixwltlon ontpt one wlu wanud too Uttf a Milary, and I ru gaged llio iipll(iinl. JIln Winifred ltlclilo tho gave 119 tier nil I ikiuh anil t trll uic llmt I was nt liberty to use It on tbo bills. Mbw Illchlo was n tcry good looking young woman. Nhe was uttractfvr In all reflects excepting that In ordinary conversation lnr voice was pitched rather low for it wouiali ntnl wcnied a trifle harnli. Hut this illil not prevent her turning the heads of wvcral of tilt? mule fdiigert. Mitrlotielll, my tenor, vvlioxo real nauio nas O'Orady, oceanic dc'perately smlttfii with her, nml his attention being not to her liking I wn In ronitunt dread of losing one or both of t brm In llio middle of tho wa-01- 1 and out on the road, wliero 1 coiild Pli't 4 ("' ' ' 1 1 As agents of W. L. Todd, deceased, we will sell publicly to the highest and best bidder on Tuesday, September 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 COMMENCING AT 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 isthe tract on which W. G. Rogers now resides. TWO A tract of land situated in Madison and Garrard counties, containing not repair the deflclom-y- . The trouble) with D'drnily wan that he nan not n mini of any refinement and no rebuff cnuld Maud him off. One ilar my leailliiK Inly nunc to rue ami sail that If I MM not llixl n way to relieve her of liU attention nit" would take the matter Into Iter own laud. "Wliat rouf will yoti taket" I ai Will ymi nkk a pin In lilmr' e1. "No I'll tiek nothing Into liliu. but he'll get 1111 oy that will keep blm off for n week. tbe woman I Mnllnl at tit td of repelling lover in inn-l- i faubkMi. Then I inked tier In what nay O (irmly of fended her. Mbe reUnl that In love on th utigf which they wen .'em-compelled to act logvttter h waa iuihIi more demonatratlie tbau wa iiect-ar- J4 1 -- 4 a merchant for the United States prognose!, it becomes more and more apparent that Edward Nash Hurley, nc head of the Shipping Board, is the right man in the rmlit place. The work is proceeding without a hitch. The picture shows Mr. Hurl:y in Washingis his most recent likeness. ton, and Aj th: worJj of building marine Sane Eating Standard. lirdi 11 standard, "flat enough food utul no more," rigidly lollowed, would reduce greatly food bills In many homes nnd at the samo tlmo tend to Improve tho physical condition of all members of tho household. The sano Embroidery Art. 11 embrace. 1 had a talk Willi trendy. In which I told 1dm that Mia lllehle would n longer accept III aiunlloim. and im ho wtmld let Tll-- r uloiK I would les I'eud blm off a whhi 11 h I could replatv lilm. Hut my w amine wna not effc tire. In 1 be very next erforiuanv he offended- - attain. Notblui; ocilim-until tbe curtain wan lowered nt the end of the net. when Mini lllchlc land til 11 blow on O'tirttdy' eye that turn ed It u sickly green. I win much put out with Ml Illchlo for Incapncltatlni; my tenor nml rated her foundly. MUi Turulee, my undemludy," he aid. "I1 iiulto capuble of takliiK my part, and I will take O Urady 1 part. In a 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 In Ilxodus tho "embroiderer" Is contrasted with tho "cunning worLman." The nrt of embroidery by tho loom was extensively practiced by tho natlon3 of antiquity. The Egyptians and wero uotcil for It. Embroidery with tho ncedli' was n Phrygian Invention of a lutel date. Ilaby-lonln- urn Situated in Madison County, Ky., about 3 miles jl siree s'acxs of or we&t Berea, on the Berea and Wallaceton pike containing m innoer ssa.r German Spolten in Rucsla. One enn travel tho length and empire and, un-le- 3 breadth of tho Itu-Uhe goes great distances from the railroads and towns, German will carry him everywhere. "Whatr" "I'll lake O'Crady'a part. I can slnir tenor " After nho had couiluccd lue that Iit waj HrIous I trlinl her volco and found tbat It was n far letter tenor than prauo, "What ihH-- s thh liieiinV' I asked her. "It raeaiiH tbut 1 can Klnc In two Following the above date, and commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., we will sell all of the PERSONAL PROPERdifferent volcej." Tbo next ierforniuiice was kIvcii nt TY owned by W. L. Todd at the time of his death, consisting of Nile had itUKKCited, Mini Illchlo belli;; ' Mules. Qne Stnllion, "Wnlkinii Pnt" Three Yearling Mules; 3 dressed ax limn, and nbe produced far heller Impression than O Grady Two Suckling Mule Colts; 2 extra good Milch Cows. One good Jack 1G hands high. Indeed, as idiiKcr abe win of One Yearling Heifer; 2 Number One Bull Calves. Four Brood marcs; 1 coming horse. far more nliin to me tbau O'flrudy or than fcbo W'a In n Mnnino'n iiart. Bull; two Brood Sows and 15 Shoats. One One Mare Mu!e.'.r years old, 10 hand high. . Ufa lore for .Misa Hlcble had not Threshing Machine; Rake; Wagons: Plows; Gears;, One Horse Mule, 7 years old, 10 hand high. been enhanced by the blow be had re Horse Mule 15 H hand high.', Corn; Hay; Straw; Fodder, Etc. One cclrrd from her, und now that bo liad been dlschnrKcd 011 account of It be any further information parties will call on the undersigned Agents who will take pleasure in showing all property before day of sale was In fury with her. Ho riubrd For lut) the wlufid iiikI U'Kau to nhue her Wl.cu she had given him the black- eye kiln bad taken him unaware. Now lie ceufrontcd her in an enemy. Hut DATES. Land will be sold on Tuesday, September 11th, 1917, nt 10 a. m.. nnd the stock on Wednesday. September 12th, vbe bud the advantage of beliiK uutratu-rut'lei- l KEMnMBERlTHK 1917. at 10 o'clock a. in., all nt the late residence of V. L. Todd, deceased. by sklrtH and stepped towurd blm with ellni'hetl I1M. Natuntll.v uveme to audi nn nlterentlou with it wouian ho had ao recently loved, he rctiatcd. Hut she followed lilm up und by mile I; stroke landed her II n umUr I1I1 Jaw, lifted lum oft hlx feet nnd sent him apruulltiu on the ixmids Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. Dinner Served on the Grounds Wednesday. Hearing aoiuetblni; drop, I run to tbe ocene of actloil nnd prevented nu more Uiihtliu;. I put O'tirudy out nnd told blm not to hIiow himself to me or nny of my company nBnln. Tl.o next day I made new contract FIFTEENTH-ANNUA- L This Summer Where? with Ml- - lllehle, douhlliiK her kiI.u.v. to inK tenor part tiud put her under TFHH ffi mff TPmflar ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU stulj permanently In her place. My tcu- r was hooii rei ohiiImhI by few Call, you to an iJeal vacation high up In the mounworn-m- i Iicr- 'i.H who hud seen blm lu tains of Wcttcrn North Ornllna. Days full of Interest, :i pnrt nud It beytin lo be whUpered activity and sport nights of rcfrc.hlng comfort and tha;, he wua MUa ltlclilo mid ii"i 10-1- 5, . solid sjecp. Shjiinr Marawlierlo. nu ho wan Th. fact that I bad n woman Renew your hcaltli In the clear, cool mountain fcJuglii;? man's ran fa drew tbe curiSupreme In lloma Show History air. Co camping in the wood! climb the ous, nnd my attendance Increased. In peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving and time they tux'tuno hi laio that I iiuve motoring. Big, firle hotels or quiet, Incxpcn-liv- e my tenor another rai-und dually he placet, whichever you prefer. wa recelvlug a mu'li In a mouth a before ho hml received lu u leaf. Let us quote you the lowest touiul trip fore furnish 1 Premium. I broiiKht my eompuuy back to my lima labUi. literature anj ill nml Inlormalkin. Call rcm""" uieit agent or write starling point when tbo warm weather came 011 und disbanded it. 1 usked H. C. KING, Division Passenger Agent Mt$ Illchlo If sho would sIkii it cou rhocnix Hotel Dldg? 18 East Main St. Tan Bis Ada Porty tract for the next year, aud Rho nurecd Lexington, Ky. to do so on condition tbat her true sex CKKATEST AGGREGATION OF INIIOOK ATTUACTIONH EVtR OrfKBCO should bo known. Then u iccretcame paraiik liKxiiTinii. out. UIIIWAT OF MIRTH. UL'SIC AND MOVING MASSES Tom Thurston, a good lenor singer who could slug inarvclously like woAHlM FOUNT T. KUKUER, Iteclurri) Hallrnad Katea. man in falsetto, bearing tbat I wanted IM U.aa lie U.llill.c. LtUllla. L'aUl.tliM naw rtailr. a sopruuo, bad appeared to mo In wo. man's garb and applied for tbe place the land and then with the On this land is some offered fine timber which will land. The sale of all these lands will be made at the residence ofW. L.Todd, deceased, three miles from Paint Lick on the Wallaceton pike. Also on ABOUT 200 ACRES. apart from very be Another Viewpoint. Como lo the house pretty tired In tho evening after llio long day? But do not overlook tho fact that the wife's day has been just ns hard as yours nnd some longer. Exchange. , Solidifying Petroleum. A Frenchman 1ms invented n process of solidifying petroleum for safety In transportation by the addition of a solution of soap, It being possible to burn the resulting combination to remove Ibe soap with alcohol. Mated Pigeons. When pigeons are "married," the? remain true as steel, dlvido labor, ifO ever in each other's company, not attracted by "new faces," do not bother nbout their neighbor's business, aud ore always busy at their own work. Subconscious Wishes. When n girl dreams It Is that she Is being married In u church crowded with' former suitors who nro crying so loud that the strains of the wedding inarch ennont be heard. Capper Weekly. Wednesday, Sept 2th, 191? ld 11 11 11 1111111 11 Terms Liberal and Made Known Day of Sale. Hb SAFETY-SERVIC- 11 tod d SATISFACTION The blfj 3 combination when Insured Agency 5-1- In The 11 D. A. Thomas. Also 0 11 - 20 Year Farm Loans. & 11 udtei-tlsed- Louisville, September 1917 11 S TED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lunds for any puriKiso whatever as we will prosecute all oirenders to ful law. Hunters and. list extent of c, 11 K,iah,l -- $10,000.00" SaMJiea $50,000.00 " HAnr-sno- Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N II Price II. O. Arnold. Mrs. E. I,. Frazeu It. U Arnold. C. M. Moberly. S. C. Itigsby. s "HIPPODROMK" 1 R. L. Elkln J. C. Illgsby. John Tatum. T. It. Slavln. It. I,. Barker. 11. M. Lear. Sirus Daily. 11 8l.tir. it Miss Hlcble. mm Julia Parka iV. L. Uibbs. We will add other name for 25 cents cash. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 6, 1917. r Captured by a Cruiser fly DONALD CJIAMBERUN WheJi tne rjrat world' wnr o uwveml Ucibmii i misers htvki- - I 'iljs iu I Ik- - onion uf Brilluli iihu nul tiegau to lo.o the ill .iu; nil.ed ICI iVll in.. -- i iui.'hi ii. :. I ' id w il. .1, niv'.e euuthi til. in ato jiih",' l" or tin.u' . Iii'i i 'i, l.iey,r wn . nitluf i ml:. I riilp Tumuli Atklm. between Unluii mid Vuljiurni "ti't lantt bfO!. tlx (Jernim. i lndn themselves evident In tlie Atlantic, ami aft. r roii'i i if cilia to." we tvgmi lo f.ur vc mfctlil fall I il Hur the hands uf Miui tu uf tlii-iimuUjrii, uiiu liny w mvr liluel; mu.i;." . Uli'h on tlio horizon i.rcw iiliiluej cry hour, mill vt aon biiiV up our van mmm inwai.i no. minus mat kmc be tlx.1 linuleii. niut Slii? promt t when buc tiitno iirar CTHiugli l t. sli' Unit ii shut iicrosH our bows. ii.nl n Inter t "t u kIshiiI i few minute stop the engine. An otfiuT ii".i t' . ctuler ciiinu it'mMnl nnd dim t il iHTji ono to net leiuljr to lie lenwwil u hi' null lie cMine iluwn Into the tv whin? viaa waiting In . .10 I wii- - wanted luete, utiil, Mf liiu tne, Ii iuo If 1 wan the omriimr. I ti'lil hiiti I vm, :mil he ordered me deck m.il put iu In ih.irao in u xail.-who took me ntiounl of the u'tl.T 'Vhen I uaw the nfllrer iilMtii lie toM lue that one of tli.ir eiiniuc er. liuil died of u fever, 111n1tl.t r liml lr. sen mi uu mil they were .sliult of engineer. I inut t.ike one of the inrluN of run nliiff the ve"iel. In u tiuiile of ilnja.wu fell In with uu Austrian 1'iiik houuil for a ('.Tin. in t lioit, unit nil the pnsseusers Mid me wete alxunl of Inr. to. our "hip Init l een sent to the Wtt.iu lot mu oa wo Mere transferred l til It v sj a mnl alirht for inc. Kiuleu. ti; thoTitlieri leriTe the Kimh'li, mill I f"iieil to remain nnd work for Hi. uiiuy. Itut what cotiM I iloi I V Bi the luoinent the hint boat left the Kiwlen for the other vercl I Ih SBli to think how I eoiihl c. apo a mtv1o that was tmde.Irable In that it was for mi oii.mii)'. We weru moving down the Hr.i7.Ulaa ti'tt't. sometime! within a few liilh" of Intnl. My w.ilth, or period o' dun linil been i hanhel from nliiht to ilu. for I wn lireiikhiK dwn tnuler th.' btrnin, and It "as one tilisht when I was suplioned ti le nsleep that I I11M my plans. e One of the erew had died the day TUBUb ABU Tuesday, Sept by-bi- vn n m" mini mm mm mm mm w m m CARDS. or I m. D. Pryor, Voterinaiy Surgeon tnd Dentist. Ollice nt Ilalney a Livery Stable. Kentucky ffl. K. Denny and W. A. Wleelei Doctors Of Denial Surgery. omc St' nan nuiMlnioirt lli'.il .a ninltiiit fMt. A Andti .Having' been drafted into the army and having to leave for TheWayenberg the training camp in a short time, I will on I.ANCASTEIt. KKNTUCKY. Line of Work Shoes 1 ntl t.i, at 1.30 5 for Mon nnd Hos. Best by test. Kvery pnlr jjtinrmilecil. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky at my farm on Buckeye pike, 13 miles from Lancaster, sell to the J. A. Beazlev or limit, the following PUNERAL DIRECTOR highest and best bidder, without d propert- to-wi- t- lit One 'driving horse, 7 years old; 1 brood mare, 9 years old, in foal to Jack; 1 sorrel mare, 9 years old in foal to Olllcc Over National Hank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office J'hono 27 I.ANCASTEIt. KV. H. J. PATRICK, Dcsntlst. Kontuokv. Paint Lick, and was laid out for bimal. him was tlio Fiick in hl li - w. to be tent to the bottom. It o inmil to tne that If I rotild get lid of li.ui and liut luyautf In the tucU I would In Land had been In thiowu overboard. slclit during the day, and I, bchiK a inlcht l.eeji myself 0:1 Ci id hwlnuucr, the surfiuo Iou enough to be pteked h- Percheron; 1 ba' mare 10 years old, in foal to Jack; 1 horse, 10 years old, extra good driver and worker; 1 saddle mare, 5 years old; 1 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary - Surgeon. up by some pubslinr boat. It would probably result In death, but I preferred to take tlio chance rather than remain In the enforced service. I, 11 III Hon, to bo the slave of a Cer-man- ! Dettcr n hundred dentin! ' At first the Germain kept n cliw on me, but gradually they crew watch lax. I could do nothhiu luinnf ul which would not react on myself 11s well ns "bout tne wns on them. livery Hound uslcep. Thoe on deck were wide nwnke, but all below, tired with the henvy duties were i;lad to sleep when relieved. I arose, went to the corpse, put tt on my shoulder, carried It to the ship's dropsld and throui;h 1111 open 1 next stole 11 knife' ped It overboard. from 11 Bleeping sailor without waklir-hlThen I trot Into the burial sack und uwalted my fate. Ily this time I had learned a little (liTinan, und In tho niortiliiK I heard n voice: "Whero Is Hans? He was not tmt In the line." I heard a footstep vomk.K towniit me nnd felt 11 hand "lien- - be U," wild Krlp : iy shoulder. tho wan who gripped me. "Some one must huV put Mm In. Hut ho U not sowed up. That must lc done nj once. Schneider, come here." Home ono lame and sewed tip the sack. Very noon after this I was curried to the forward disk. There was some kind of service, but I did not know enouuli of the (iennaii latiKUaKe to determine what It was. Then I fi l1 the board 011 which I was plmod lilted and 1 slid Into cold, water. fee ! must hSve none down fort . and wan thlukliiK that I would ii".-Hop when my feet utriuk ItotloM T" eiicmraiiisl me. for the hal!". wat r Indicated that I was near hind I cut off the weight that (Hilled mo downir.id (Inl-ht- sl n- Kentucky. Lancaster. extra good 2 year old mare mule; 1 three year old horse IE. EDWARDS, ilD Phone 365-mule; 1 two year old horse BUCKEYE, KY. mule; 1 good work mule, 10 years old; 2 suckling mule colts; 1 n good weanling pony colt; 1 good Percheron colt; 1 extra good 12 Gak -Poultry Tonic filly colt; 2 good Jennets, seven and eight years old and in M Culls answered promptly, tlav or night. Phone 301. Per-chero- -- foal to a good Jack. One good fat cow, weight about 1200 pounds; three good milk cows; one cow with twin calves; five good heifers, weight about 650 pounds; three good yearling steers; two good yearling steers, weight about 650 pounds; two good steers, weight about 750 pounds. One extra good, registered Aberdeen bull calf, four months old. Also numerous other things. i'ERMS Good note, payable January 1st, 1918, without interest. 24 II. ttll fMllr, Cum Slut irnTrnt Yon can mVi 11 ff.ll.,n uf Ihn lMt I. tulirytonlcknowii 2. with M lotllo ot Vtutt ill lMI. VSat mm HUNTERS further uiM'riU'a.. At ilruc fl.ta or lir mill lnttriVi. iKxikfrve. IWlkMlllMl Cl, llUUH'.U.. liniiN.'rnfvK.cauii'rft. n Sold by R. K. McRoberts. TAKE NOTICE. ; John M. Anion.. SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE That This Auri'i'incnt Wltiu-sscthin oriltT to protect tho came on our lamb fur n period of tlirvo years we Mini cmrsclvi'1 not to hunt tlivrvon, nor permit tin) body eltc to (In to. nnd we to prosreuto with all persons who violnto the Rume Iuwh of ICentwcky or trespaun upon our IiiiiiH for tli" purpose of hunting. And wo further (,'ree . to net ns Deputy Game Wimleni for the purpose of car-rvin- it out this agreement. Kxcept each' of us have the right to hill rabbits on our rurins or permit it to lie done by another under our supervision, or tlio suparvislon of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November lGlh, 11)16. It. I,. Klkin. J. 1". Itoblnson, W. II. Ilrown, J no. M. I'nrru, Alex Walker, W. 11. Ilurtnn. T. A. Klltln, Ilnsclden Ilroa., V. M. Tinder, J. II. Dulton, Logan Hubble, John 11. Kmith, (i. M. Deslion, .1. N. ltoss. II. II. Cox, Fisher ilcrrliiK'. Huglies Ilros, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mshan, Withers llroa. Wllil'im, Murcui and Jim White. s II. V. Wilmot, J. 1). Pope, l'nd J. Conn, Mrs. Unvld Chenault, Y. It. Cook, J, V. Klmore, IIulTman Ilros, T. C. Kankin. Wm. G, Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. Ii. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. K. Henry. Bright Herring. A. I), ilradshaw, Scott IIulTman It. lu UatVwr. Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. ODD will meet at Round Trip FELLOWS Louisville Kentucky, September 17th to 22nd, VIA 1917. From Danville. frts'liu myself by .iiiUn. tiy way out of the muck; then, bno - my foot auHlnat tho siiuil, I roM rni'' l' to the surface. The llrat thliiK I i.'d on to uidtlni: my head above water v for the erulwr. Seelni; her f jme loiiv .'no yiuda from me, I drew brPHth and duekisl to lvo her time to iret farther nwaj. V.'hen I looktsl imnlii. there, n couplo of tulles uway, was the Houlh Atuerli'iin coast. The sen was inliu, nnd I liopfrl to be aide lo swim tho dhdnuco. though I struck I was weak from overwork. out slowly und soon came to piece of driftwood. On this I rested for some time, then swam about half a tulle. I wqs too wenlt to accomplish the task and would lyivu drownid had not n aiuall Ilshliitf boat passed near me. The skipper picked 1110 up, and eventually I was lauded on tho Ilrnilllun coast. After all, I wax more lucky thau my comrades on tho AtVlns, who were tak-eto (icrmany und kept for uoro than 1 11 11 n Southern Railway System. I via Louisville & Nashville Limit Tickets on sale September 14th, 15th, and 16th. GoimI P.ounJ Trip Tourist Fuc liom Uncuttr rt'lumiiiiJ to roucli orijjinnl stnttiiifj point 20lli, 1017. before iniilniiJhl Sep-timb- NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.93 Apply to local ticket ntfent for tickets nml full informalioii. Reduced Fares lo many other cltlet and resorts In the East and North Variable routo fares available through Wnihlngton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adirondack!, Lake Champlaln, and other cities and retorts of the East and North, including: trips on Atlantic unu urcac Lake Steamers. For particular), Jacob Schuf zGompany IncurpuraU'd. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F All Occasions. rite., foMtrt, etc., apply or 83. All Orders ReceWo Prompt Attention C. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent a feu ai prlnonern. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. f The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 6 !917. Lost on the Auction Sale OF Mountain Side DyETIlOL. HOLMES CITY AND PROPERTY FURNITURE. PM HOUSEHOLD As agent for the heirs of Mrs Sallie McCormack, I will sell on Saturday, Sept 8, 2:30 out-buildin- gs, bargain for some one. Attendance of speculators and Investors is solicited as well as those seeking a home in "The Land of Now." At the same time will sell some old style furniture, consisting of Cherry Cupboard, Mahogany Piano, Bed Room Set, New Davenport, Coal Oil Stove and other articles. the home of the late Mrs. McCormack on Danville St., in LancasterKy. The lot is 150 by 2 10 feet on concrete walk, 7 room dwelling, 2 halls and porches, basement, water works and bath, beautiful yard, shade and fruit trees, good fronting garden, barn and other on two streets. This property is not offered just to see what it will llolrLlN! bring but must be sold to settle the estate. Perhaps a "Ati tlilntf for mo today, Ham'" asked n girl of a rural postman trudg lug along a road In Tcniipci. "Yes; I red. cm t got olio for you, Susie," mlil tho ninn, looking over a bundle uf Idlers lie curried In lilt Imnd. Not finding It, lie illrcil down Into hW bag mnl iiullrd nut 111 lontoiiti", wlilcli lie ixniiiliicd cnrefully. "Well, now, that knocks mo nut," lie imld, with troubled mid puzzled expression on bis fnce. "Wlicn I sorted tlin letter for my mute nt tlio post-offic- e I mile saw one for you," ON ",:nl It's sonei" cried tho girl In a frightened tune. till I look 'cm over neiilii." "Wait Ho examined every Hter again nnd r.ltli the Pimm result n, before. lie, scratched his lieml In thouirlit. I ftoppod nt tlio tnvcru for numc- thing tn warm 1110 nnd threw my bag down 011 n chair." AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M.J "Oh, Sam! Was there liny one lu tlio iixiiii with you! I will offer for stile nt Public Auclion, nt the residence "Let mo nee. There win n lean, bun. ery looking ninn in s pcetiieles" "And n red beard 5" "Tears to 1110 lie had n nil beard." Tlio girl turned and ran nwny from the poMiuan, who fnllnwed her with hli eyes till she was out of night. being a part of tlie fntni known'os the Fount Rice Fnrni, situated one Suto Darker, the Klrl In nueMlun, miles from the Court House and only one-ha- lf mile from ran till she camo to tlio tavern, There and one-ha- lf she Mopped and asked thu landlord the city limits and lies.on the'.Dixie Highway east of Richmond. This which way the man with n red beard farm is well watered nndtwell fenced and is an-id- eal location for a had Bone. lie had departed Immediate ly after tho Ismail had cone lu the suburban home. Thc.lnnd.has not been cultivated for nearly twenty direction of the Cumberland plateau, years and is well tliobasc of which but n mllo ill tant. Susie set out nt n run, but sho could not keep such n pace nnd noon settled Into n Jiurrled walk. A shott dltance from tho foothills she saw the man she wa nfter ascending "the hill. Tl,; land is being sold for) the! puirosc of division among the Sho knew tlia trails leading up to tho plateau and struck Into one that was owners, Possession given to'same on Jon 1st, 1918. Anj one desiring shorter than that tho man was taking. to see the praperty may-d- o so'by calling on Z. T. Rice or M. M. HamilSho Ii.id not gone fnr before the two Sitting- down 011 a ton. Terms liberal nnd'mcdejknown on day of sole. patbs crossed. stone, sho will led for him to coma to her. Fill For SALE 70 Acres of Land Monday, Sept, 10th, 1817 ADAPTEDIFOR CORN, TOBACCO, HEMP. m when he camo up. "Hondy," sho said to tho stranger SWINEBROAD OF- - SlM urn ON- at 10 o'clock on the premises. I -- PUBLIC SALE Wednesday September 19th. 1917 As executors of W. I. Ralston, deceased, avc will offer for sale one tract of land containing 118 acres. This land lies in Garrard county, 3 J miles from Paint Lick, on the White Lick and Paint Lick pike, and is convenient to schools and is on a Rural Route. Situated on the property is a good 6 room house, and all necessary outbuildings. The farm is well watered and wel fenced and all in blue grass except 15 acres. At the same time and place, we will offer, an adjoining tract of land con tainlng 63 acres, all in blue grass except 15 acres. On this tract is situated a good 6 room house and all necessary ouNbuildings. The farm Is well watered and well fenced. We will offer at auction the following stock; 4 work mules from 3 to 5 years old. 5 brood sows, ready to pig. 2 brood mares and colts. 2 cows giving milk. J. T.p R. A. & J. Pi Ralston, A dm is Paint Lick, Ky. bad saved him from arrest and per haps a term ot Imprisonment "Better five un makln' whisky. Ben." Iho said. "I'll do It (or your aaV go on. "Vcr not goui' to leave n poro gal out hyer ou this lonely hillside, air yl" she said, looking nt him reproach fully. I dou't see how I can help It," said the man. "I dou't know where you want to go, ami I'vo got to get on my'-olf." "D" y' mind my golu' on with y'V she uskcil pitifully. ' W ell, I don t sco how I can do that," was tho reply, "sceln' that I'll havo (0 walk 11 great ileal faster than you can." "Iry me. Tho man looked perplexed. Ho couldn't cry well lento n girl who was lost ou the niouutalu side, and lu tho business in which ho was engaged sho would bo nu obstacle to him. Indeed. ho could not very well accomplish It without getting rid of her. "I haven't tluiu to bother with you." ho said crabbedly. "All you got to do Is to go down the mountain mid you'll tliid plenty of pcrsous to tell you how-tget home." With that ho started ou. but. hearing n sob, turned and saw tlio girl with her hands to her face, sbaklug convul sively. Thero Is no weapon so powerful as a woman's tears. Tho man turned aud went back to tho girl. Ho did not get away from her for an hour, l'lrst ha spent n good deal of tluio soothing her. Then sho told him that sho had sprained her nnklo nud could not walk. 1 limlly footsteps were heard coming from above, and a young man appeared 011 tho trail. Ho started ou see- lug tho girl and tlio uiau. I reckon," said tho girl to tho muu with tho ted beard, "that this feller t 111 take mo down. Much oblceged to you nil tho same." The man addressed lookeil the oilier over nud without word started up the trull. Tho two watched him till ha was out of sight, then tho girl threw her arm urouud tho newcomer. He's got tho letter you wroto uie. 1 reckoned It had tho way to Unit you laid down purty clear, hadn't it I" "les, it had." "Ho tuk it from tho postrnau. I fol lowed him and havo been delayln' hint hyar, lionlu' to II ml somo way to warn you." Well, he'll get tho still, but ho won't get mo." Clasped la each other's anus, tbey rejoiced that tho delay sho had caused nllh the country about here," Tho girl lookeil nbout her with trou- bled glances. Thu man started fo "Howdy," replied tho man, scrutlnl lug tho girl. "Y'ro not lot, nro y"t" "Well, I dunno. I come up hyer to dud n gal I know, and I thort sho lived purty nlgli this place, but I don't And I ain't used t,o these her somehow. mountings. I never conio up this way. fcuo looked exhausted and troubled. She was very plainly dressed, but was rather comely for n rough country girt. "Is tliero anything I can do for your ho nsked. '.Vothlu', unless you can put uie on iikt tnici& m nun my iriemi 1 in looiiin for. Hut mebbo you re a stranccr In tboso parts yersclf." Tho man lookeil tineasv. no had good reason to shako tlio rirl. but did nut exactly know how to so about If. "1011 ro right there. I don t seO how I can help you, slnco 1'U) not familiar !Z. RICHMOND, T. RXC2Z!, D. & Zelio Ric2 Acting for H. KENTUCKY. of her friends and relatives at dinner Tuesday in honor of her Ruest Mrs. Charlie Wanks of Louisville. Mr. V. T. King returning from services at Camp N'elson Sunday night was run into by a young man driving a lnife. Mr. Kings carwas considerably damsgtd and he received several slight wounds frcm the broken windshield. I25.C0 was realized from tho supper given by tho Ladies Working Society last Wednesday eve. The ladies of the church responded liberally to the soliciting committee and preperations were made to serve a large crowd but many were "scan d"avav by the rainy night. The Elrjht Vital Tools. rf?n The joy of seeing how plans turn out W'i ar. In bull. I r t t ira 11. xttilinrinc It woul ..d.i lr"ic tt K fit h!p, ffoul '11 t It to . how un rr. li .,un . I j ml !,! hi - turnf'l tlirir nt It 1. .11 lnu It flt I rj la ' ... r .all -. .on ! ftiinr .1 l 1. i. n"w fuinlti in ttutr r. titi..ui..h..h ).'u .an do tlu. in tin II Houeo .tl.l i.-- . In uvvtdliij lulitaku. Special Offer 5 Iiit et for 51 (lr. It )ou rr.poni! r.Biptb "incl i imon.r now unle.i ) mmm t Willi tin (r.ri.ntn In rurnuur. i nltli fililiul Uuur jiUnnlnr a4 Ulnal.iit uut U'H J er fu nlh nr Kar.Un ta k..p U. Il.fl'i Invjt. In "ITou. llard.n" ran m yu It ! I &. tSjjarden "Under the title of 'Ilepalr Shop,' C. I. Guniiess, ii Massachusetts machinery export, the following tools ns Invaluable un every farm. The chest Includes ripsaw, cross-cu- t saw, steel ll-- ts 100 ju.t mall th. coupon t.i claw hammer. Jack plane, block plane, cplrlt level, brace, und set uf tumor bits. Many other tools might be mentioned, but ultli thoe listed practically nil the necessary farm carpenter work can be doue." rnrm nud l'l reside. Itauae ix Garden U W. ... If ' - C.nall.n v.4 s. tl. rt' Ji-V. an eailtlvnal run' , t t I'.r. i tr, t ad )tl l .olti I y.ul r.mlt li lii t ml H'.r.lsn SI n, M . nun. "f i. t..fln!i!n tit tlt .If. It rl.u t... H uiiU.: pnii 'w .t. t tir J.r up. . 1 tlh Mr.l, If. V, f. a '"'l' .r... 51.) Reasons ! wrll. rj .'l.liilr. MARKSBUKY Blanks sold two weanling calves to Sid Doolin for$!7.0O. Kyle Isou soldjto J. I, Hainiltcn a hunch of shouts at IS ctr. Mr. and Mrs. Ivn l'ovnter spent Sun day with Mr. Henry Pollard of llubbl Mrs. W. L. Doolin has re turned from u weeks visit to her father Mr. Gastineau, l!ev. Mahan Icft'Monday for Valley Oak. where ho will hold a 2 weeks It Win Why you should use Cardui, the woman's tonic, tor your troubles, have been shown in thousands of letters from actual users of this medicine, who speak from personal experience. II the results obtained by other women lor so many years have been so uniformly good, why not give Cardui a trial? Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvln, ol Cullen, Va., writes: "About II years ago, 1 suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, headache, numbness I v would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . Aly husband went to Dr. for Cardui . . . Alter taking about two bottles I began going around and when I took three bottles I could do E-all my work." meeting. Mr und Mrs Morton l'ollard enter tallied a number of their triends at dinner, Sunday, Mrs. Stallard: Hill and Mils l'carl Hogg have been vi.iting friends in Letcher county. Misses Pearl and Virgle Hogg entertained about 10 guests at a Lawn Feto last Saturdavleve, Miss Nell Clark lias returned from N. C. where sho lias Hendcrsonville been spending several months. The Ladies working Society will meet at tho residence of D. S, Swops next Wednsdiy afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Wm Blanks entertained a few ... 4 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 6 !917. The Central Record INCORPORATED. SSUED WEEKLY. $1.00 A YEAR. J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. R. L. ELK IN, Local RntetrdM (lit Toil PceonJ Editor mul Mir. m In Jjuiciilrt, Kj., rimi Mill Mallet Member Kentucky Press Association E. B. RAY DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for ASSESSOR Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky September 6, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct nnd Citv OllUes ...S G.00 or County Offices 10.00 Stale nnd District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per lino 10 than the present valuation. For Cards, per line The Hoard had made the rnlsc of fiv For all publications in the Interper cent for our county and I.lge wer est of individuals or expresnlone before them ond, made such a sion of individual views, per 10 splendid nrgumcnt in our behalf tha line 05 the raise was taken olf nnd thereby Obituaries, per line every holder of real estate in the coun tv was benefited. As Mr Ray did bo well as deputy Assessor there is no tell DEMOCRATIC TICKET ing how much good ho will do for you when elected Assessor. This is ji time when we need men of experience and ability in nil the county .olhcers nnd nil taxpayers should consider these mat ters when they come to vote in Novcm tor Remember Mr. Taxpayer when you go to pay your taxts this fall that If it had not been for the work of Mr h. II, Roy, who Is now n candidate for assess or. before the State Hoard of bupervis or. that nil of Garrard County land would have been five per cent higher m Li M sisisisV ' liiSlSlSlSlfl bcr. For Senator. RUMMAGE SALE. Under the nuspices of the Garratd County Red Cross chapter, n rummage sale will be held next Saturday in the Contri rooms of the Police court. butions of every character is asked to be sent and your patronage is solicited, The treasury is almost exausted and money is needed to bur supplies for garments that ara being forwarded to the soldiers. RED CROSS. The local chapter of the Red Cross sent to Cleveland last week their first hipment of hospital supplies. The following articles were sent: Box 1 SO Hospital bed shirty. Box 2 Gauge Surgical Dressings, 33 dozen 9 inch compresses; 91 dozen inch compresses; 12 dozen 4 inch sponges; 16 dozen 2 inch sponges; 10 gauze rolls 3 yards long; G pounds ab soruent cotton; 3 dozen small gauze drains; 1 dozen knitted wipes; 43 four inch bandagos; 57 three inch bandages 6 two inch bandages; 210 knitted wash cloths. GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL JAY HARLAN Representative. 125 Acres at Auction The Tom Robinson J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. A. D. FORD. Sheriff. IN SMALL TRACTS. or Cotton Sam Place one-ha- lf mile from Lan- caster on Stanford pike A. K. WALKER. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. County Court Clerk. , W. A. DOTY. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. B. RAY. County Tuesday, September 11th, at 10 a. m. Ram or Shine. Scbotl Superintendent. A FEW FACTS ABOUT THIS PROPERTY MISS JENNIE HIGG1NS. Coroner. S. H. ANDERSON Magistrate District No. 1. Facing on Stanford pike about one-ha- lf mile from City limits of Lancaster, within walking distance of the City with all its advantages including the Graded and High School This land is in a high state of cultivation as you will see by going over this valuable J. H. CLARK. Opened Monday With Large Enrollment, property. This land lies well and will grow hemp, tobacco, corn or any other crops that will grow on the best of Blue Grass Land. An ideal location for a home on one of the best State Aid roads in the county and in one of the best neighborhoods. Free Barrel of Flour and Many Valuable Souvenirs Free. Magistrate District No. LOGAN 1SON. 2. Magistrate District No. 3. JOHN S. HAM. Magistrate District No. 4. J. M. METCALF. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge. FOREST STAPP. For Assessor. A. T. SCOTT. The Lancaster Graded and High School opened Monday with an enroll ment of three hundred nnd twenty-fivi tie mt oi teachers is tne same as last year with the exception that Miss Allle Hcndren of this couTity will teach the 7th and 8th grades. Prof. P. II Hopkins starts his second year as Prin cipal and under his supervision the School should continue to make rapid Btrides. The list of teachers is as fol lows: Prof. P. H. Hopkins, Superintendent, Miss Delia Tinder, grade 1; Miss Aman da Anderson, grade 2; Miss Mary El more, grade 3; Miss Ada Rich, grade 1 and 5; Miss Martha Kavanaugh, grade G and G; Mrs Theo Currey, grade 6:Miss Allie Hendren, grade 7 and 8; Miss Eli za Smith, grade 7 and 8; Miss Bettie Robinson, High School; Miss Elizabeth Scott, High School; Miss Mary Delcamp High School; Mrs May Hughes Noland, Minlc; Mrs W. R. Todd. Expression. BRASS BAND. TERMS VERY EASY. Now is your opportunity to secure one of the most beautiful and convenient home sites in the county as well as some of the best land at your own price by attending .this sale. Tell your friends and neighbors and be sure and come. For further particulars see Attorney Green Clay Walker or P. W. Wells. MORE LAND SALES. Since the last issue of the Central Record the following sales have been A. H. Dastin & Son made. House for rent. Qompany. United Realty General Managers. Wallace Haselden and J. S. O. T, This property has been subdivided into small tracts of about 25 acres each and facing on Stanford pike with ideal location for a home on each tract. is the guest of Miss Ora Katridgc, Miss Dcsie Cochran of Whites Station is with her sister, Mrs O. C. Hucker. THE PENALTY Quite u number uttended the Baptist in Richmond, the past week Stomach sufferers should take worn- - Association Mrs Ralph Pitts and son of Anderson Ing. Gal! Stonss, Cancer and Ulcers of tha Stomach and Intestines, Auto Indiana, are guests of Mrs Burdettc Intoxication. Yellow Jaundice, Appen- - Ramsey. dicitls, and oilier dangerous ailments, Mr and Mrs William Davis or Jackson, are the guests of her parents, Mr arc some of the penalties. Most ach Liver and Intestinal Troubles are and Mrs W. F. Parks. cmilckly overcomo with Mavr's Wonder- Miss Stella McWhorter leaves Friday This favoritu prescrip for Ashland, Ky., to teach In ono of ful Hemcdy. tion lias restored millions of people. the schools at that place. one dose of Muvr's Wonderful Mr and Mrs O. C. Kucker and son Remedy prove today that it will help have returned frum a delightful motor uy it. r. wcHoucris. you tor sale trip to Madison, Indiana. 8' 30!3t. Mrs I. C. Kucker and Miss Chastino have been the guests of relatives in PAINT LICK Versailles and Lexington. Miss Lilly Dalton was the week end Messrs James Woods and John guest of Miss Annie Todd. who havo been in Akron, Ohio, Mr Steven Todd left Monday for New for the past few months are ut home. Mexico to accept a position. Mrs Alex Francis and daughter, Miss Oklahoma are Mrs O. O, Parks and sister, Mrs Mary of Muscogee. guests of Mr and Mrs J. L. Francis. Baleo are visiting relatives here, Miss Ida Brumfleld has returned to Mrs Clyde Douglass ot Winchester, SELLS WEDNESDAY. The W. L. Todd farm, situated on Paint Lick Creek in Madison County will be sold next Wednesday. This large tract of land will lie divided into several small farms to suit tho purchaser. See full description on another page of this issue. BOYS PIG SHOW. The hogs which have been fed by members of the Boys Pig club will be on exhibition and judged Saturday Sept. 8 at 10 o'clock. Tho contest started on May ID when eacli'boy caiefujly weighed his pig and began to keep an accurate record ot nil the feed consumed. The pigs will again be weighed Saturday and the record booK of each boy turned in. A boy could enter any pi which was under 4 months of age on May 15. Two distinct classes are offered in which tho bovs may enter their pigs, 1st, puro bred Gilt clan and 2nd market hogs. Duo to tho liberality of the firm of Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, $50. will be divided among the boys as prizes. A competant judge has been secured to judge the two rings, and as soma of the contestants are neck and neck a lively time Is looked for. Jas. I. Hamilton purchased from James Clark his splendid farm on the Lexington pike 4 miles fiom town at $133. per acre. This sale wus made by Swinebroad tho Real Estate Man. Swincbroad also sold to Mr. Hamilton for Alex Walker of Oklahoma, his 43G acre farm 2 miles from town at tho reported price of $175,00 per acre. This is one of the beat, if not the best, body of land In Garrard county. Swincbroad, the Real Estate Man, also sold for W. S. Furguson of Cov ington lils farm of 200 acres on the Richmond piko 1 mile from town for BAD STOMACH- S- $20,000. This sale was made to G. A. Swinebroad. A. B. Brown sold to W. G. Clark the brick residence and 11 acres of land, known as the John Anderson place, on Lexington pike for $1750.00. This sale was also mado by Swinebroad. Jas, I. Hamilton also purchased from A. II. Bastin 133 acres at the edge of town at $150 per aero nnd resold saino to George Spoonamore at $1 GO per ucre. Brutus Wearen purchased from J. T. Pope lib farm of 50 acres on the Lexington pike at $150 per acre. Jas. I. Hamilton purchased from N. the Lexington pike near Bryantsville at $165.00 per acre and resold same to It. I. Burton at $177.00 per acre. K. Bogle 173 acres on Sunday. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, at 10 u. m. Miss Hester Patrick of Carlisle, is with Mr and Mrs H. L. Wallace and Lolfer to tho highest bidder, 70 acres of will teach In tlis High School for the good farming land, threu miles eutit of Bryantsvillo on Mt. Hebron pike. ensuing yeur. This farm contains u good five rojm Miss Elizabeth Kldridge left Satur-da- y for Richmond whero sho has ac- dwelling, all necessury out buildings, In cepted a position with the faculty of good repair; eight aero tobucco barn and stock barn; well watered and fentho High School at that place. ced and lies on the Mt Hebron pike Tim scries of meetings conducted by close to church, school and stores, Rev. L. N. Bowling at tho Christian This land will be sold In two trncts. church for the past two weeks closed First tract of !J0 acres and dwelling. Sunday evening. Good attendance and Second tract of SO acres with largo much interest was manifested throughtobacco barn, und then us u whole. out the meeting. Any one wishing to Bee this farm will opened on Monday with n School departments. be shown over same any day. Tho splendid attendance hi all growing crops speak for themselves. Tho faculty for the coming year is com Will be glad to sell any stock,' etc, Loyd Lutes posed of the folloyvlngs-- Mr iho neighbors and public, at this principal; Miss Hester Patrick, assis- for sale, tant principal; Miss Mae Powell and Tsrms Easy. Miss Jeanette Eldridgo In charge of the STONE BROS., BOURNE KY. graded department and Miss Elizabeth W. T. King, Auctioneer. as primary teacher. her homo in Jessamine, after a two weeks visit with Miss Emma Burchell. Master Harris Brandenburg of RichHaving decided to sell our farm, wu mond, wus tho guest of his cuusin, Quintcii Treadway from Friday until will on PUBLIC SALE. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 6, 1917. 0 OF THE CHURCHES. WIN... FIND IT IN THIS Itev, Henry Faulkner, psttor of the North Minster church nt Unltimore, will arrive this week and preach at tlio For Rent; -- Sixtj one acres of stalk Presbyterian chinch next Sunday land to be sown in rye or wheat. Apply morning. to Herring. FOR SALE:- - .200 -- Walnut trees. Good size nnd quality good. One of the best small farms In A. II. Ilrown, Jr. Mndiion County will be Mild at miction next McHay. It is the Fount Rice FOR SALE: -- Some loose clover hay. farm, ii full description of which Good quality and in good condition. in another page of this iseuc. Simpson Sisters, Marksbury, Ky. Agent for Durham Cultipacker Mr. and 'Mrs. Hubert Delaney of Cincinnati, Iiavo been guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. V. linstln. . Mr. Owen Ifendren tins left to take, Vanbrlnt Whcnt Drills, Slnrjlc and Double Fertilizer up his studies r.t Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate Tenn. and Oliver Riding Plows. and Plain. Deere 'A Hrlif Mention of tlif Coming an! Miss Dolly Miller will nrrive from Oclrji by Thou Wt Art !ntfiltd In. Hemp mul Iliickwlicat Mnelilncs, John Deere Cutting Morrows, Jolm Nashville, Saturday and tnke charge of Miss Minnie Ilrown'n Millinery. Dccro Wntfoti- a- best on the market nt a ,uico thnt will jistonlsli you. Miss Anim Belle Italian! has relumed till! Maude llnutnp has been tlio homo from Cincinnati Aitent for Jolm Dceie Implements. after n delight-guest (if Mrs. l'orter Iticli. fill visit to her brother. Mr. II. F. Ilnl- Mrs. Anna Hailcy of Stanford spent Inrd nnd family.' Sunday with Mrs. J. '. Robinson. Miss Jennie Lackey was In Richmond Deal House. The Miss Ilnzel ArroM of Paris, Ky., Is lust week, with Mrs. Walter Ileniwltj the guest of Miss Iltirnctt Arnold. nnd to iittend the funeral of Mr. Kd-- j Mrs T. K. Watson returned to her man Iltirnnm, homo in Hnrbourvllle Inst Monday. Mrs E. S. Frey and daughter, Miss Abby have returned to their homo in Mr. J. II. Collier of Fork KidgcTcnn. Louisville, after n visit to Miss Minnie is hero fur n visit to Lancaster relntives. Ilrown, ; Gossip About People vrvev? NEWS c D MADISON COUNTY FARM. ' J. R. MOUNT & CO, C W. 0. RI6NEY. Director ant! 18. James for n few Funeral Lancaster, Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollko Phone Residence I'honc 33. LOW ROUND-TRI- P FARES VIA Louisville & Nashville RR ACCOUNT Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE, SEPT., BETTER. BICCER AND MORE IMPORTANT 10-15. THAN EVER BEFORE. $30,000 Hi Premiums, f 10,000 Saddle Horse Event. Agri51.000 Exhibit for best Display of cultural Products grown in any one County in 191V j For further particulars apply to local ticket agents. Louisville & Nashville R. R.. or address R. D. Pusuy. General Passenger Agent, tenuis vilic, Ky. THE HUPMQBILE Let The Smith was in Cincinnati Dr. nnd Mrs. William llurnett, llijs week on business. Shelbvvillc, were called here by the M. Mrs, Joe E. ilrvant Is spending tliu illness of the latter father, Mr. T. While still quite sick, we nro Arnold. week Willi Mrs. Anna Hailey of Stan glad to report that his condition was ford. improved yesterday, Mr. John Wnlkcr of Hillhousc, Miss, Mrs Ethel Daincll is nt hpme far a is here for a visit to friends ami relatew weeks, with her parents. Mr mid tives. Mrs W. T. West. Mrs Darnell will Mrs. Hunter Irvine of Iiuisvillc has spend the winter in Canada where she Mrs. E. W. holds an important position in one of bren visiting Judge ami Harris. tho schools for the deaf. Mrs Ilettie UlHkcman of Kirkaville Mr. W. M. Jones and sons, Joseph was the guest of Mrs Malitida Cotton and William, of Winchester, motored on Tuesday. . here Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Mr. Jake Y. Robinson left Monday J. C. Kobinson. Mrs. Jones who had fcr Columbus Gn. after spending the been with her sister, Mrs. Kobinson, returned home with them. summer heie, Mr, and Mr. G. F. Smith have reMiss I.illfe Mae Arnold has returned after n pleasant veeks visit with rela turned to their homo at Sun ford Fla. after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. lives In Danville. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Smitli stopped Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Stultz are the here on their return from Colorado guests of Mrs. Stultz' patents, Mr. and where they spent six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. llourne. Mrs. Price entertained then at Crab Mr It. II. Wilkinson is in Lebanon Orchard Tuesday and on Wednesday this week, called there by the illness of with a motor trip to Ixington by way one of hi. relatives. of Harrodsburg and High llridgi'. Mayor L. O. Davidson and J. A. Mr. Joe Cabell Ramsey and Miss Heazley made n business trip to Lucilo Ramsey left lait week for Ashe- ville, N. C. where they go to enter lust Tuesday. Mrs. Jimmie It. Mrs. William Simpson Miller of Col- school. Their mother. Kamsey will leave immediately after umbus, O, is tho pleasantgucst of Mr. the sale of her property, which is adanil Mrs, John Stormcs. vertised to take place next Saturday. Mrs. C. M. Chumbley and children, We regret to chronicle the departure of of Dublin (in, will arrive Saturday to this estimable family, who have lived visit Mrs. K. C. (iaines. in our midst for a number of years and Mrs. Jack Hoyden has returned to have n host of friends among their acher home in Indianapolis, after a visit quaintances. to Mrs. II. V llastin. Mr. J. W. Pumphrcy and wife, of Mr. Carlton Klkin is recuperating at Lnncast"r, are here this week, visiting Martinsville Ind., having gone there their son. Frank Pumphery, of The this week suffering with rheumatism. News force, and incidentally taking in the big things nt the fair grounds. Mr, and Mrs. J. Fleece Kobinson have These good people are numbered returned to Macon, (!.. after spending with the vcrv best citizenship of Garthe summer in Lancaster and Danville. rard countv, and number their fliends by those who come in contact with Mr and Mrs Thos Hill and children always glad to have gone to spend several weeks with Ihiin. Vo arc have these Itluegrnss fulks with us, even tor III. friends and relatives in Atlanta, only a few days, and hope that this Sir. and Mrs. ti. It. Lyons and Mr. week will bo a great occasion for them. and Mrs. Edgar Lewis of Frankfort Somerset News. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons. FO K.KENT; The E. W. Hanis store II. C. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell of Port- room. land Oregon, uro the guests of Mr. EXEMPTION BOARD Powell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. V. ilas Strnyed to my place in Huckeye, last week, a black mare. Owner can have Mr. Malcom Tillelt brought to this same by paying for the feed and this lt-pLige Hurte. olHce yesterday n hn-kof d licinus notice. atr.iwbenies, the fruitu of !ih handy FOR ItENT:- -I have about sixty acres work, for he Is the best strawlicrrvi oCgrasr, suitable for cattle r.rnzlng. raiser in the state. Rather uhufunl for Plenty of water nnd shade. Write, tho season, but they were good just (8 30-tf- ) F. P. Phillips, Stanford Ky of the YUM! YUM! YUM! same. "FARM TOR SALE" NOTICE DISSOLUTION. Notice I3 hereby given of the dissolu tion of tlio firm of Unison and West. ments, Mr. Uatson retires while Mr. W. T. N. II. I10GIE West takes over nnd continues tho Lexington, Ky. business, assuming all debts of the firm. This August 30th 1917. STRAW FOR SALE R. H. Uatson, W. T. West. Rest quality -- wheat and rye. Phor.c 3S2-A- . E. C. Cheatham. RESOLUTIONS Of Garrard County Acres, will sell (60) ncres with improve in one truck, or (1102-10- ) (1GG Institute. AUTO FOR SALE Having enlisted in the service of "Uncle Sum" I olfer my Moline Roadster for sale. Call on Dr. II. J. Patrick Paint Lick, Kv. W. L. Carman. Powell. Mrs. Itichardson and sons, John and George, of Lexington, motored here. Sunday and were guest of Mrs. J. C. Kobinson. Miss Nell Hice writes from Amarillo, Texas, that she is having a grand trip nnd will go to Albuquerque, New Mexico, October the first, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ilrcwn Dicker-sohave moved to the Stormes Flats on Danville Avenue, nnd are"at home" to their hosts of friends. Mrs. It. E. Mcitoberts, Mrs. Ruck-ne- r Spindle, and daughter, Marjoric, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hurve Mcitoberts at Stanford, Monday. Mr. Adolph Joseph has returned from the cities where he went several weeks ago to purchase Ids fall and winter goods for the Joseph Mercantile Co, Mr It. C. Ilatlleld nnd family have They made moved to Nicholasvillc. many friends here during their stay wh.i are Borry to know of their depar ture. Mrs. Ilettie It. Smith nnd mother, Mrs. John Itcvnolds, hnve returned from n delightful two weeks visit spent with relatives in Indianapolis'und other points In Indiana Mrs. Steve Walker is in Jcllico this week, having been called there by the accidental shooting of her nephew, Fanis Smith, son of Mrs. Myrtle Wilds Smith, of that city. ' Mr.. James II. Stnggot Hurrodsburi: has accepted a position behind tho soda fountain of It. E. Mcitoberts, succeed Ing Mr. Den Wood, who has been called Into tho Nationsl urmy, Mrs L. E. Herron entertained at nix o'clock dinner at her homo on Stanford street, lust week in honor of her cousin G. W. Colvln, of Springfield and her guest, Miss Iono Hines of Georgetown ARCADE GARAGE do your repair work. All work Guaranteed. .Phone 81. DODGE 0 OAR l! I 1 T3 -- 4 YOU BUY I CI I SI See our line of Overalls, Shirts, Ties, Shoes, Lamps, Glassware, Enameled ware, Fruit Jars and Rubbers, Buggy Whips, Oil Cloth, Rugs, Candles, Fancy and Staple Groceries, Jewelry and Notions. SUITS MADE TO I I (II ORDER $12.50 SEE SAMPLES TO S25.00 1 PRODUCE WANTED. 1 SANiDERS VARIETY STORE I I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I'ostlo were delighted to see them In For the past our city last Tuesday. year they have lived In Georgia, but have been visiting Danville friends for the past week. Having decided to sell my farm, I will on SATURDAY, SEPTEMUER 15th, at 10 a. m. offer to the highest bidder, 52 acres of farming land, located about two miles east of Point Leavell, one mile from Gooch pike, formerly known as tho Coldiron or Dyehouse property. This farm contains a good four room dwelling, good tobacco und stock barn Any and well watered. combined neighbors having stock for sale can bring them to this sale as the land will be sold in a few minutes. This land is close to good school and churches. No fake sale, but will be sold for the high dollar. Anyone wishing to see this farm will be shown same with the beautiful thoughts thev in- any day before sale. The splendid spire, and so examine our own hearts crops speak well for the fertility of to the end that we may become broader the soil. minded and better leaders for the fuTerms easy and made known on day ture citizens of Kentucky. JOHN COLSTON. of sale. we thank Mrs. Gilling- - W. Four That T. King. Auctioneer. ham for her very helptul work in music, physical culture and games, who has bv by her enthusiasm inspiicd us to greater efforts, and thativo do our utmost to fulli I her wish that we give a patriotic program in the nenr future. Five To Miss Noland for her helpful work with the very young teachers in the one room sctiool. of hardy plants and bulbs $2.00 six - To Mrs iomhnson who so ably for fall worth and faithfully presided nt the piano. $1.00. Write for particulars and FREE SevenTo Mrs Kinnaird who in be FALL FLOWER HOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when half of the W. C. T. U. mode us to plant. I Completes Work And Certifies Full Quota. Eight To the Womans Club for an SINGER, THE FLORIST The Garrard county Exemption Board invitation to their reading room. Nine To Mr Rogers for a very help ROUTE, P. certified to the District Hoard, has HARRODSBURG, KY. Garrard county's full quota of men for ful talk on agriculture. the Selective Draft numbering a total Ten To the program committee, the of lit men, from a total of :!0U exam secretary and any others who have con ined. tributed in any way to make this in Tliis is a splendid record us many stitute a success. Anyone desiring a Resolved 2 That we, ns n body of counties have not yet completed their work and have examined many more teachers extend sympathy and condole men than was done by our local board. with the people of Garrard county in There yet remains a great deal of de the loss of Eld. F. M. Tinder from the in Jessamine or Fayette countail work to be done by the hoard which county. That we thank Uro. Tinder ty, see session nt least until for the splendid program given in this may keep them in tho last man has been ordered to re building Thuisday evening, and also T. port at the Cantonment. thank him for his presence and Inspiration at this nnd all former sessions of Lancaster, Ky., who will be our institute as well us other school glad to show you same and A FAMILY REUNION. meetings during the past fourteen give you the lowest prices. was heldnthistoiic years. A family Crab Orchard Springs, Tuesday, where Resolved ;i Realizing that there is Messrs It. E., II. W W. K.. and E, C, n lack of patriotism In our state partly Gaines entertained their maternal rela due to luck of instruction along these tives, "Mn" Willis Rerving n Bpcclal lines, wo lesolve to teach with more Aiouud the zeal to the end that future generations dinner for the occasion. festal board was gathered about forty may enjoy nation wide prohibition, und guests who motored fiom different so become better citizens and patriot:. parts of the state to enjoy this happv Resolved 4; That we us teachers of occasion. tho grammar grades und high school of In the afternoon u .watermelon feast the countv put fourth special efforts GUTwas held on tho beautiful lawn nfter townrd keeping our pupils in school, which the guests lett lor their homes. nnd to encourage their thorough comThose who enjoyed this rare occasion pletion of the high school course and to weru u& follows; zealously rceoiniuend their attendance ROOF-Mrs. Laura Rice, Mr. und Mrs. J. R at college in tho future, in order that Strother und Miss Lucilu Strother of education muy be promoted in Ky, Campbellaburg Kv., Rev. Clarence Resolved 13: That each tercher subREStrother, Nashville, Tejiu., Mr. and scribe for, nnd read at least one school Mrs. Herbert Lewis, Misses Mary journal, und study at least one of the Elizabeth, Anro Laura und Christine rending circle books. Lewis, and Thomas Lewis, Mr. and Resolved li: That wo do hereby petiMrs. J. L, Doyle, Misses Josephine, und tion the state legislators of Kcnttcky Sue Wilson Doyle and Mr. Robert that they enact such laws as will make Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Duvall, Miss- It possible for a teacher to receive his and es Virginia and Ireno Duvall, and Leo money at tho end of each school month. Resolved 7: That we extend thanks Wilson Duvall, Finchvillo Ky. Mrs. kinds of Tin Work. Okla., to the "Central Record" for the courte. Ollie Slaughter of Muskogee, Mrs. Nellio llallou, Miss Lucile und Joe sy of tho press, and request that these Your business will U3 Uallou, Mr. and Mrs. It K. Gaines, resolutions bo printed there in. appreciated. Respectfully submitted Miss Gertrude Gaines, Mr. und Mrs. I). W. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Lucretia Skinner, ch. Amanda Anderson Stephenson of Stanford Ky, Mr. and Hazel Patrick Mrs. W. It. Gaines, Crab Orchard, Ky, Miriam Noland Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Game and Claude Prof. Miller. IUce Gaines, Lancaster Ky, We, the teachers of Garrard Countv, assembled in institute in Lancaster, Ky, Resolve that One-- A vote of thanks be extended to our very capable superintendent. Miss lligginr, who in her quiet, unob trusive way has formulated and put into execution, the plan which has give to us the very best session in the history of our institute. Two -- That thanks be extended also to Prof. Hopkins for his most cflicient services as chairman, to him who has made the countv teachers feel that he is indeed a friend and brother in the profession and for the interest which he has manifested.'inhigh schools of the county which will contribute toward making the schools of Garrard County one harmonious whole. Three That we extend thanks to Prof. George Colvin for the very ear nestness with which he has tried to inspire us to a realization of the responsibility for tho lives intrusted to our care, und that wo solemnly Jplffdge ourselves to take these truths together PUBLIC SALE. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting NOTICE Farm Currey Robinson Blue Gras mmmg HEATING, TERING, . ING, ROOF PAIRING, Ventilating all PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 6, 1917. e&i OF SAIiE i Dont Forget School Books IVIust be Sold ONLY FOR CASH. MoRoberts Drug Store Having sold our farm, we will sell at our place four miles from Lancaster on the Poor Ridge pike, on K STOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 Tuesday, Sept CLEAN Having sold my farm, will sell nt my place, three miles from Crab chard on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster I'ikc. on SALE 11th, HORSE STOCK. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Or- Thursday, Sept 20th, 1917 Beginning promptly at Nine o'clock a. m., all our Stock, Farm at 10 a. m. All my Stock, Farming Implements, Etc. Two good work mules, ! years old; one black marc mule, 3 years dd two good brood mares, mule colts by side; one gentle family horse one registered standard bred trotting colt, 2 years old; 2 good Jennets, tne s walking horse. 5 years old; some nice Shetland ponies. first-clas- Implements, Etc. One short yearling bull; 2 short yearling heifers; three 600 pound steers; 4 weanling calves; 2 Jersey milk cows; 1 short horn milk cow; 2 thoroughbred Polled Angus cows, two years old. Several good young high grade Shorthorn cows, calves nt side, thirty .il young steers; thirty extra good high grade Shorthorn heifers; good milch cows: 100 head good mountain ewes. se-er- DUROC HOGS. Will sill five registered Duroc boar pigs; two good brood sows icadj farrow. FARM IMPLEMENTS. One brood mare; 1 two-year-o- ld horse mule; 1 five-year-o- ld horse mule; 1 mule. POLAND CHINA HOGS Two big type Poland China brood sows, two years old, due to farrow October 15th. pound shoats; five 100 pound shoats. Twenty i One runabout buggy, one new Krazier brake cart, rubbr lire; on v ... on; onr wagon, nrvr; two irti buggy linrnrn, icctlon harrow, on Ia hone plow and other umall tool' Will aril 300 barrel of good corn in firld, at heap; 25 acre of iwti, millrtt a aorghum hay in bale; a lot of baled luy; baloj oati and itivrral hundred bait atraw. TKKMS OK SALE MA UK KNOWN ON DAY OK SALE. i 150 PAUL FINCH, CRAB ORCHARD, PIKES. KY. OKA It OltCIIAItl) AND I.ANTASTKK Ross No. 10 cutting box with 14 foot elevator; 1 two hole power corn shelter; power corn crusher and feed grinder; 1 three horse power Fairbanks Morse "Type Z" coal oil engine; 1 International 14x16 baler; 1 wheatjscreen and grader; 1 wagon and harness; one 7x14 hay frame; 1 tongueless disc harrow; 1 e turning plows; 1 fhree-hors- e Brown riding cultivator; 1 iron section harrow; 1 slide with tongue; 2 turning plow;l three-hors- e evener;l hill side plow;l new Champion mower and rake;l triple block and fall witiVlOO feet7-- 8 in. manila line; 2 "Buhr" safety hoists; 1 Superior nine hoe grain drill; one 20x201n. AmericanTea and Bean Thresher with 20 foot drive belt; one 14 tooth cultivator; 2 double shovels; 1 single shovel; one. corn planter; hoes, pitch forks, plow gear, etc. One phaeton with extra set of .wheels; -- 2 sets buggy harness; one 600 gallon corrigated galvanized circular tank; 100 bales Alfalfa; one National "Junior No5" canner;wlth extra crate and complete equipment. 1 1 two-hors- mm tmi - - Alliums $20. and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, negotiable note payable January without interest. 1st, 1918 Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine tho Columbus. Strongly buUt of the best possible material tho Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory service for tho longest period of years. Thcro is no secret fa the notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagon. It is tho result ot tha methods employed iu construction. There is no wood iu this wagon which lias not been air-driunder shelter from one to two years. Tho axles and tha spokes of tho wheels are hickory; tho bounds, bolsters and saudboards are oak, and the bottom of tho box is straight grained flawless pine. These are Just a few examples of the care which is taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result Is that tho Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in and examine- it for yourself. Wo know you will bo pleased. MRS IDA TINSLEY. CAPT. AM BOURNE, AUCTIONEER. The Same Thing. I'nul, "Mamma," snld "Is there a country of Lurd nnd what ling 1ms It?" "No, thera kind of n Isn't," said his mother, lie thought u mlnuto nail mi lil ; "Muiuma, It wasn't Lurd at all; tt wtis Greece." Kite Fencing. H. J. TINSLEY. Could Do Detter Herself. A Woman'a Prerogative. BOOKKEEPING "Don't you think you have n good" Builneu.Phonogrtpby Hrrn tllf vlft fif n nilnil rfmli.r will mamma to hpreud such nice large Insist upon telling It to him. Houston TYPEWRITING and slices of bread with Jural" naked llttlo Tost. TELEGRAPHY Ethel's grandma. "Oh, I don't know," dniUfl It siMitH BUSINESS COLLEGE r.n,nTi,. B.ui rli replied the little miss; "tho'd be a Dally Thought. Ill i'rtallol ha. Jfr. cf eir.rl.sr. In m.rcnti1 licnp eight gooder It she'd let mo 2V 10 T.arl od liokloir la.lD..., Tho essence of friendship Is entire-nos- roubff ni.ii ni womo ftlM i,fr,i for VEnt.r now, spread the Jam mybelt." ITU, Imitation, Ur Uinu niLUVU H. a total tnngnanluilty and trust.- Crota at Both Ends. farm, will 1'cggy, who lives on-- a eome day be a fckllled horsewoman. At present her pet Is u lively young colt, whoso disposition U not of tha best. When btrungcrs approach he will both "He careful," Peggy bite und kick. warned u young vUltor the other day, "that colt Is cross nt both ends I" Emerson. Saw rier. "I tecelved an awful fright Well Protected. yesterday ufternoon." Mrs. H. "Yes; Friend "Why do you maintain such t saw her ringing your doorbell." a large office force'" Financier "To prevent outsiders from bothering tue." "But I thought that was what your executive secrctury wus for." "Oh, no, lie Is here to prevent the ofllco force from bothering wo." Life. Mrs. A. To Compute Hours of Daylight. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. BryantsviUe, Ky. SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE Little Japanese boys dip the ten feet of their kite strings next the kite In clue mid then In broken glass. When this Ih dry it forms n razor with Which they uttempt to cut the strings Cf each other's kites. Death In Life. WJwt we coll "death" is, after nil, will meet Round ODD FELLOWS at Louisville Kentucky, September 17th to 22nd, Trip 1917. From Danville. tqcfely tlie culmination, premature or natural, or. tne uyiug mat is going o within us ach minute. Every blow w "WUgm no taiuK, is uc- VTer rujmnled ty tb death of a certain iQUnT Of musjufar pf nervous tissue. lonlffi (In 'Mfnlh" la followed bv iff Ilia tie tissue Is renewed. There io moro fain in toe Qcatu or tue )e physical Organism than there Is U acath ol one cell. London An- - CttaBtaaiK an, Sunday Walking Was Illegal. In England during 1000 two men were found guilty of the crime of walking from llrUtol to Bath on Sunday oud were fined 20 shillings ($1.60) each. Tho only traders allowed to travel 1u England nt that time were milkmen. At tho present time railroads have provided a special Sunday schedule, excursions, etc.. In order to accommodate the traveling public. MM HIGHEST PRICES PAID BewHtaaca SH3P If you want to know how much of the duy Is daylight and how much darkness at any time In the year, double the hour when the sun sets, and you will havo approximately the number of hours, of duyllght ; or double the hour when tho sun rises, and you have the hours of darkness. Youth's Companion. No RmIt4 Cemauiiioa to Pay UpaMrt la t- MalUd mm Bay !FaCa5T JT mW VIA Writ ftfcJppUa Lbl - PrU.Tan aa4 Southern Railway System. Good returning to reach original starting point before midnight 20th, 1017. ESakl&Sets I.UU.U4 LOUUVUU. KY. ISM Tickets on sale September 14th, 15th, aid 16th. Sep-timb- er Apply to local ticket agent for tickets andlfull information. I 111 -- The Central Record", Thursday, Sept 6. 1917. ! bli OF-- I FARMER'S COLUMN An Embarrassing Mistake By 1 -- at 1 uu rfpue - - Ixlow Ihla buiUniU tot Hit eiclu Ira uia of onr larinfr ubicflbtri.amt I, (or on ibe ante ol slock, nam and inch ltiii (Arm ai Itie farmer eanitot afford to adrer No notice will tjo accented oicr Ion r Inta, and will Laoulrla (wo lime, ol tb iroitn, frr.ofcli.ri. OSCAR COX ,t. TOBACCO dipping tank, cnrt l'OKSALK:-- A Mrs, C. A. Itobinson. nnil harness. KOIl SALE-S- Ix stunts tliat will make Rood merit lions. W. II. Mason. KOIt SALE An extra Rood Herford bull, one year old. Jack Ilourne. FOIl SALE; One extra gcod yearling Clarence Green. bull. KOIt SALK-18 DWELLING HOUSE AND BLACK SMITH SHOP ON- aurrey. ahoata nnd one Rood Urlglit Herring. Saturday Sept., 22nd. at 2 o'clock FOR SALE: Two aeta of furniture, two folding beds and aeveral carpet. 9 41. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. KOIt SALE; Sow and five pigs. George Carpenter, Lancaster. KOIt SALE: Short Horn bull calf. Can be registered. Alao lady'a driving We will offer for sale at public auction on the premises at Paint LicK the following described property, known as the Griggs mare. Perfectly gentle. II. U. Kryc. Hubble, two-ve- Ky, property consisting of a dwelling house and blacksmith shop. It will be offered separate, then as a whole. This is a good location for a garage or shop. J. f ., R. A. and J. P. Ralston PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. FOK SALE One pair extra good old mare mules. Will sell cheap if sold at once. W. L. King I'aint Lick, Koute 3. KOU SALE:-Ono LargcOld Fashion Spinning Wheel. .Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr. Lancaster, Ky, KOU SALE: Ten nicealmats, weight CO pounds. Also one live year old bay driving hcrse. Mrs. Grace Sutton, Stanford, Koute I, KOK Mrs. SALEt-X- J. S Stock Ewes; Wade Walker. 1'hone 321 II, lilckel I a first caw her at an evening comcrl. She wns Ihtcnlng to tho soft strain of u KiUint:!. There was drcuml- liens In her o.w. I lor eyes eecincd to be looking nt hcnwnly visions. Wliotli-e- r or ml she wjh hcnullftil, she wax inlnhily spliltual. flir that he, Iiuunleil eonicrts for months. Imping that bu might meet her. He ilhl not. Itut one ritmday mm nine, paining u rnthednil, hi' Hit to gi In for the wrvlcv. cnlrmiu- - v.us nt thu iiiumenl of the elevation nf the host. All was client, then thu three soft Mrokes Intruded 1 colicculrnh- - the minds nf the cougrr gallon iipnii I lit solemn cfi'viic. On the other Hide uf the ihiirch was thu girl he nought. She wus kneeling, nnd her Madonna llku fuco seemed to glow in a light from beaten. Tho next time he caw her hu wax very fortunate. He wan spinning through tho park In his muabmit. Sud denly a ear routing from the opioslto direction swept past blni. Am by a lightning Hash ho might nil Instantaneous glimpse uf his dliluo face. An eld gentlvuinii sat beside tier, nud she van loojilng nt lilm with the tender ness (if n daughter "ho Idolized him. ltlcketts pulled up no suddenly tbnt he nearly went through tho glass wind shield, then turned. The road wns narrow, and he wns obliged to go for ward und back several times before he cutild get uround. He succeeded bandy In time to ceo the object that held him In thrall carried around a rorner He went arniind that corner on two wheels and at the risk of his life. Later he saw the ear ho followed pull up before a hnndsomo atone front residence. The girl helped out the old man and supported him Into tho homo. Itteketts noted the nutnlier and 1 STICKS We are now prepared to fill all orders for good split to- bacco sticks. Call us for prices. A. H. Bastin & Son As- We carry H. W. Johns Manville Famous bestos Roofing. KOK SALE:-- 4 Shoate. Miss Georgia Ituena Dunn, llryantsvillo Phone GO-- droe Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorporated. Vista. KOK SALE; 60 extra good, home grown 1100 lbs. feeders. G. A. Swinebroad. Lancaster, Ky. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 330-F-o- All Occasions. Prompt Attention r 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. 3 and 0 horse gas one and two horso wagons, car ringc and buggy, Walter A. Wood mower, Ohio Silo Killer. J. II. Mount &. Co. KOK SALE:-- JTiare in Southern Industry Haulage Record Freight and Passenger evidence of the service rendered the people of the than the figures showing the liberal appreciation accorded L. & N. service by the people. During the part sixteen years the L. & N. has carried 67,560,-74- 2 passengers, a number of people equal to the tolal population of North and South America combined. The number of passengers carried one mile in sixteen years was 6,831,186,990, about four times the population of the eartlu The revenue received from five billions of llioae passengers had to be paid out for the operation of Railroad NO BETTER L. & N. can be offered by the the trains. The total number of tons of freight carried in sixteen years was 4 1 4,340,026. nnd these figures speak eloquently of the part played by & N. ten ice in the South t development. The number of tons carried one mile was 70,773,-607,02- 1. The revenue received from forty-si- x billion tons had to be paid out for the oeration of L the trains. 9.800.000 During sixteen years the L. & N. lias transported bales of cotton, 207,000,000 bushels of corn. 125,302,800 bushels of wheat, 26,907,065 tons of lumber. 57.637,354 tons of ore. 20.5 19.355 tons of cole. 1 33.796,950 tons of coal and 86.309.672 tons of on. Ity this time the worshiper was be side. blmelf with a ricstro to know, to (HMseaa, the object of bis adoration. Hut bo was deterred by conventional!. no possible- bojie ties. There .Might he not act of uu IntrodiKllon. through her father? He could call nt the lion.--e. ask for thu old num. tell him that be had mcii bis daughter and dc klred to know her. t'rged on by Impatient love, he adopt. sl this plan. One afternoon be ap peared at the house where b'.1 bad tceu his Inamorata alight nnd rang the Pell. The Mudonna girl answensl the cum iuoiik. Hleketls wns taken flat aback lie stammered u query If the gentle man of the houe were at hme. She said that he was. but celdom caw any one If ltlcketts would ctnte his bust noes cho would see. ltlcketts Mild that ho wished to sco tho gentleman upon a urlvato matter which might have Im portent results for both of them and one other. The rlrl went awny witi thi message and, presently returning Invited nieketts 'to follow her. He did to In fear and trembling, walking as though ho feared como one might hear his step. On entering the room where the old man was Kkketts saw him hi an easy chair, propped up with pillows. The clrl handed lilut nil ear trumpet; then, Instead of leaving the two together, ahe Mood near her father, ready to minister to htm during the coming In tervlow. An old man with an ear trumpet, Into which ltlcketts must shout his ro quest for one who wns present and could hear every word even If spoken s was not up in u low tone! to biieh u test. If ho had had his wits ubout him he might have invented some reason for his call other than tho real one, even If It. wero only that he had eomo to sell plasters for a weak back, nut ltlcketts lost bis head com plctely. Ho could think of no aubstl tutu for his real object and made mess of the truth. "I havo called, sir," ho began, "to say WHITE day. SWAN 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 Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wlshto'.buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & Hicks. Startling Truth Although you may not always be able to earn monev; yet you will need money ns long as you live. This startling truth should everybody of the importance of having money in the bank. A portion of your income should bu deposited with a view to increasing your bank account until it becomes a substantial fund. DEPOSITS AKE PAID ON DEMAND. con-vin- mm mm Tliiii! and manufactured articles. Since the prosperity of the country is, and must be measured bv the ability of the railroads to transport its commerce, it will readily be seen what a prominent part the L. & N. lias taken in the development and prosperity of the South, especially w hen it is remembered that 96 per cent, of L & N. mileage is in the South. The L & N. may be relied upon to continue tn maintain llii Y,o tt.nrlarft nf service rendered the South, and asks sympathy, understanding and of the people of the South. to you" "Louder, pleasel" "I havo called, sir, though a stranger to you" 'I cau't hear sou; you must raise your voice." flrcut heavens!" exclaimed ltlcketts mentally. "How can I prepare him for what I havo to snyJ llrlefness Is terrible lu this case, but I must bu brief." Then ho dashed at his nn noumement us u regiment uf soldiers would storm u formication. "I lovo jour daughter!" bo shouted, eQTe Citizens National Bank ON ROLL OF HONOR. est. liOUISVILiLiK afcNASIIVIIiLJa jlail,koai Th Co. mi Old JitltalU in olr L'uvlRt' thfVparr sixteen y?M-thelifrN hW ttarrpoiUxl 107,360,741 tons' d Fioi&t 4104Q026 "I want to many your daughter!" yelled ltlcketts. coming nearer with ev. cry statement to tho object ho bad In view. That Is tho worst of saying uuythliig" to deaf, persons; It Is co hard to make them hear that one hns to cut It short, "I haven't uuy daughter." ltlcketts started ns though a mule His had kicked lilm In the abdomen. ejes darted Inquiringly at tho Madoii-ua-llkcreature who mis taking this all In. Had It not been for bis telltale eyes she might not havo understood the situation, As It was, she did. said, putting her Hps very near the horn. "Tho gentleman says ho has got Into tho wrong house uud has apologized for bis mistake." ltlcketts understood. Ho had been asking on old mail for his young wife, lied and while by turns, bo aroso nnd beat n retreat. The "girl." a nearer ,tlcw of whom Indicated n woman near thirty, followed blni to tho door. As ho bewllderlngly bowed himself out she gave him a smile. , A )car later the old man died, and Blcketts married hU widow. "Whntr OF LANCASTEK, KY. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. B. P. HUDSON. President. Joe J. Walker. Jr., W. O. P.IGNEV, Ass't Cash'r. W. P. CHAMP. Cashier. Draw A Check "l'ou don't bear right, dear," she M for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who O It --s has an Garrard account at the Buk & Trust Go. They know he is doing business In a business like way. Hotter open, such an account even if your alTairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company mwm A m iiiiih OF The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 6, 1917. BRYANTSVILLE Miss Kllza lon veiled relative!, nt ,; Lancaster last work. ' Mr J. Hogan Ballard spent Tuesday In Lexington on business. Mr. Welch Karley, of Lexington wns here last week for n short stny. Mr Marshal Gurrrant, of Louisville is visiting her nirrr. Mrs J. Ilogun Milliard. n Mrs. IVarl Mjers nf Louisville, has been vlsltinc Mrs. t M. Demi and Mrs W. K. DjvIs. Miss Kluabelh Bryant went to I'ainl Lick Mondnv. where she will tench Miss Mary Ellen Farley returned homo last Tuesday from Cincinnati where she had , been for several weeks , , ... . . .... . in one oi me lame wniuesn o mil inert Miss Farley will bn with Mr. houses. (!. M, I .j oils again this reason ns trimmer. Mrs. Bessie Dudderar, Mrs. Jack Hayden, Mrs. Ilurr McKinncy nnd son, James Walter of Indianapolis, Mrs, Charles Denman of Nlcholasvtllo, Mrs. Itoss lln.tln, Mrs, Henley Ilastin nnd Mrs. Wm. I.mr. nf Lancaster- were guest last Tusdav of Mrs. II. 0. Huso nl an elegant dinner. Sill 43 ACRES AND again this year. C Williams spout several days Ohio last week on huisncss. Mr. Martin llrogla bought the farm of Mrs. Halite II. Welch which was recently sold for tl'MO. Mjss MaymeLee Italian! has returned after n very pleasant visit to Lexington and Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. Mention nnd sons of Corhln have been the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy. Mr. J. in Cincinnati and l.ovelnnd, I'll Give Two Garrard County Farms THE R. K. SPEAKE FARM OF 127 ACRES. ' THE J. W. SPEAKE FARM OF On Your Boy's $SO Military Training, To further do my "lilt" for my coun try and some good, worthy boys, I'ml gulag to give 5U toward the military training of each of 10 nioro boys who attend tho Columbia Military Academy, of Columbia, Tcnn.. on ray recom mendation. I have already glcn up ono of my partners to, my country's service, lie goes as a commissioned Dither because of the thorough training he received In this school, Your boy can be nno of these ten If ho Is between the ages of H nnd !9 and has passed the Seventh Cradn In Ho Is certain to the Public School haw to seo military service. In this Sehooltipenod here Mondny morning, I'rof. I). J. Miller and Miss Bessie Caldwell being the teachers. Itev. C. II. Greer. I'. B. of Danville District conducted scmccs nt the Methodist Church Sundny afternoon. MUses Valinda and Mattie Joe of Richmond have returned home after visiting Mrs. J. W. Ilryant and Miss Elizabeth Ilryant. Mnster Andrew Hutchinson had the to catch his band In a cider mlrl a few dajs ngo; mashing it very badly and necessitating the amputation of one of his fingers. Mrs. Marshal Guerrant of t.ouisville. Miss Mayme llallanl. Miss Mary Kllcn Farley nnd Messrs Hoberl 1C. Fox, Fred Sutton andjl. K. Ilryant motored to Graham Springs for dinner Sunday. AT TEN O'CLOCK. RAIN OR SHIINE This sale will begin at the R. K. Speake farm on the New Lancaster and Danville Pike, four miles from Lancaster and seven miles from Danville. This farm will be subdivided into smaller tracts of from 5 to 50 acres, the improvements to go with the larger acreage, with opportunity to add more acreage to the 50 acres. Over 100 acres of the farm in grass ready for the plow. 8 room metal root dwelling, 12 acre new tobacco barn, large stock barn, garage and other out buildings, all iH splendid repair. Watered by springs and large fish pond. . Saturday, Sept 15th, school he will bo (lttd for a commissioned nlllcer, with (he good pay and chances of promotion of an oincer. Ho will ho under the supervision and Instruction of such noted jducators as Dr. Ira Uindrllh, Col. O. C Hulvey and others of national note Ills board and tuition for tho first year will bo only Hooks, I pay 50 of that 1)70. clothing, etc , should not exceed 175 orj ISO, Write me at once, giving vnro. schooling and two references, and I will forward catalogue and fuller particulars TIIOVAS K ItASIIA.M I'res-IdcThomas K. Ilasham Co., Inc.. Agency, Umlsvllle. Ky. AUCTION SALE IF MARES Burgoo at This Place at Close of Sale and then we will go to the J. W. Speake farm on same pike, one mile nearer Lancaster, which will be sold in lots and smaller acreage. All in grass except 8 acres. Eight room dwelling, 4 acre tobacco barn, improvements new. BRASS BAND. Registered Gilt. Gold Money. Valuable Presents Given Away. , Come and buy quick. Land values are climbing and are still way from the top. Hear Bolivar Bond, the Great Auct. a-'lo-ng TUESDAY, SEPT At Stanford, Ky., 11. THE REAL ESTATE MAN. SWINEBROAD. A Few Wild at 10:30 Rain or Shine. Ky. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Turkey Facts. nru three varieties of wild the Mexican, North AmeriHonduras. Tho Honduras Is of tho (roilcs nnd has u plum, ngo equal In brilliancy to that of the peacock. Attempts to domesticate this turkey have not been succciful. Tho domestic turkeys have been developed from the Mexican nnd North American Feminine Fortitude. I haro often had. occasion to remark the fortitude with which women sustain tho mint overwhelming reverses of fortune. Thorn disasters which break down the spirit of u mnii and prostrate him In the dust seem to call ICE CREAM SUPPER. . forth nil tho energies of thu softer ncz, Powers of Imagination. The Ladica-o- f the Hubble Christian When u fellow In In love he can Beo and glvu such Intrepidity und elevation church will serve on Ice Cream Supper poetry lu every return bnap of her to their dui meter, that at times It apat the church Saturday night. Septem- jaw us hhe mangle u wud of chewing proaches to sublimity. Washington Irving. gum. I'ltUhurgh I'ost. ber 8th. Everybody invited. Origin of Minerals. According to ono account, Gerbert, As a result of a meeting, fifteen con- aftcrwurds I'ope Sylvester II, learned verts will be baptlaed at the Gilberts the use of thu numeral from the Creek bridge '01) Crab Orchard road Moors lu Spain In the tenth century. Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Another account Is that Leonardo of I'lsa Introduced them from the East public is Invited. Into Italy about lL'OL'. Thu uso of them was not general until tbo Inven- I)ont Sell your oM iron to hucksters. Letters. s Bring: it to us, will pav you CO cents It Is estimated that ithout nil the letters curried by the postnl per 100. Highest price paid for cour.try of Bailey und Moss. 'ncrvlco of the world uro written, wilt produce. peoto nnd rend by UnglUh-speuUInple. There turkeys, can and u native varieties. On Floor of the Ocean. It Is believed that to un enormous extent thu lied of tho ocean Is covered Still with luvn nnd pumice stone. more remarkable Is It to And tho floor of tho ocean covered In many parts with the dust of meteorites , Theso bodies whirl about In tho heavens like mlnluturu comets, and are for tho most part broken Into Innumerable BAPTISING. Early Indians Raised Corn. Tho white man found corn lu uto by (he Indians lu Virginia. In most other countries It U known us maize, and In English texts It Is referred to as Indian corn. When tho snow Is on the Illinois com lields, the Argentine corn fields uro ripening. The largest producing ureas are lu the IITnlli.il SI nt Mexico. Austrlo.Uun- gury and Italy. The kind that would make good heavy draft mares. We have carefully bought a car load of the best bred and best kind that could be found. These mares are not branded, 2 to 4 years old and weigh from 900 to 1200 pounds. They are in good shape, the kind to raise good mule colts from some good match teams. Dont fail to attend this sale for we will sell everv one on this date regardless of price. No bybidders A fair deal to all. We have been asked by some of tho best farmers fo bring a car load of heavy perch-ero- n mares to Stanford, WITT & PRUETT, tion of printing. !. at Stanford, Kentucky.