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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 13, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917091301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 13, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. " TWENTY EIGHTH YRAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 13, 19 17. NUMBER 24. t 5L Mr Farmer, buy a 4 Ti l riUrn M D W HR Km at 81 Till! ROLL OF HONOR. Parting farewells were raiil last Friday to tliu first contingent of Garrard's Headed iiuotn to the National Army, us lliuy left for Cnmp Zacharv Taylor. by life ami drum, the first ten Marched to the station, where friends and rcl olives were gathered to say "goodbye, take caie of yourself, nnd hurry hack", The above cut shows the boys just before leaving. They are, reading from left to rlcht. Hen Wood. Lancaster: Jns. II. Itnlston. l'aint I.Ick; J. William Swope, Lancaster; J. Edward Ilollzclnw. Gilbert Creek; I). Chcnault Elmore, Lancaster; Mike Simpson, Coy; Hollis Warren, Lancaster; Andrew J. Hengc, Ilryantsville; William C. I.iyton, Paint I.Ick; Ira Hamilton, Lancaster; M. R. (photo by Estes) I.emav, (substitute) Ilradhnw Mill. 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. The Great Majestic Range Demonstra PBBSES ONLY aLLa j9bbbbbH B HASELDEN Lancaster, 'bfgJaigJl fivUfe iflUlf' Him &!Mn8M B Kentucky bbbbbVsbbbbbbbbbbbbV1 jallgJlntifialTg lion AT OUR STORE ONE and Sale WEEK MONDAY, SEPT. 17th to 22iul COME! See the Great Miijcstic The Range with n Reputation in its new dress. Lei the factory rejirceentutive show you why the Mojestir Bakes Better, Looks Better. Lasts Louder, Heats More WnUT Quicker mid Hotter nnd Uses Less Fuel than nny other rnntJe GlGRJLiily Dr. V. 0. Kinnaird. Dr. W. L. Carman Garrard County is proud of the two young physicians who have gone forth to give their talent to suffering soldiers, and uphold the best traditions of their profession. It Is a well known fact that some of the best surgical and medical woik of the European War is being done by Americans, and Garrard has given two who will be second to none. The heroism of the medical profess ion has been attested by all nations. On the reeking battle field, in the noxious trenches, among the maimed, shnttered nnd dead, braving shot and shell, sue coring the stricken, binding the wounds, Drs. W. I.. Carman and V. G. Kin naird have gone to take their places with their brotherhood. Both are eminent ly fitted for their work, Dr. Carman being a graduate of the Louisville Med leal School and having enjoyed an extensive practice for several years tn this Dr. Kinnaird is u graduate of Jefferson nnd served as house physician County. at Pensylvanin General and Kings Countv Hospital. For the past two years he has practiced at Lancaster. We nre proud to send two who are so, much needed and we give them up with a hearty Godspeed. Democratic candidate in the last primary. He is survived by a widow, who was Miss Eflie Dunn of five children. Danville, .and ' . Still Leading in Baking p Qualities. g . and Copper Ware with each Majestic Range sold during the week FREE Set of Marbelized CHILDRENS SOUVENIR DAY TUESDAY. Boys nnd Girls, this is something worth while, with only n little effort on your part. NOW LISTEN Majestic High Fliers Free to the boys and girls who hand ,in written answers on the Great Majestic, during the two hours, U to 5 p. tn. Tuesday of Demonstration Week. Took the Blue at Broadhead and Stanford Fairs against Obelisk and others of the best Kentucky Flours THE REASON Is no Bleach no Blend to take the natural vegetable life from it. j jjj t j Garrard Milling Co. Conn FOR SALE- Brothers. MAYOR DAVIDSON AND PRES ENT COUNCIL CANDIDATES day TRAGIC DEATH M. Smith Baughman Killed By Rival Can- LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. New lluckbonrd. Apply at this olllce. by didate For Sheriff At Stanford. THOENHILL WAGONS Ask us why we handle them SEE US FOR ALL KINDS OF I Mr. W. J. Romans has just completn handsome, residence on Richmond Street, It is well built, convenient anil adds much to the resident ed VA Hubbard, Republican nominee for PATRIOTIC Sheriff of Lincoln county, shot to death M. S. llaughmun, Democratic nominee for the same oflice, at 10 o'clock Mon- WEEK IN THE STATE, 29, 1917, section of the city. Joieph's Store will be, closed Monday Sept. 17th, .und Wednesday Sept. Cth on account of Jewish holidays, ltosh Uashanot or New Year, and Yomkeppur or dnv of atonement. When about to bur an article such its a range, that plays, un important part In the daily routine of the home, it pay to examine it carefully and be sura you aro getting tho best range value. A range exptrt from the factory will, during the week commencing Munday, Sept. 17th show you how the MAJESTIC Is built, why It lasts so long and why it la the best value. CONN BROTHERS. r Altho the end of the summer is near, there was u considerable number of automobiles sold by tho dculeis last week, considering tho lateness of tho season, Several years ago people had tho Idea that an automobile could be used only for pleasure rjding during summer nionins, nut iney ure negin- Ing to realize more und more every day tho fct that machines aro just as necessary in the winter as In uhy other season of tho year. During the past week the garages have been unusually busy with repair work hik! all report a goou iraue. CITY PROPERTY SELLS. At the Public Sale of the Mrs. Sallie residence on Danville McConnack Street held by Swinebroad the Real Estate Man, on last Saturduy, the property was purchased by It. C. Schooler for 11276.00. morning. Tho killing occurred FOR just in front ot the First National Hank In the midst of a large Court day crowd. I here will ha upon the city ballot llaughman wus shot three times In to be voted for at the November election the head and death was almost instanhad existed bethe names or L, ti. Davidson, present taneous. Mayor, candidate for reelection, James tween the two men for some time und Dalton. W. T. West, V. (). Goodloe. it reached white heat this morning J. L. Davis, Sam Cotton and Wesley when Hubbard distributed among the Zsnone, candidates for councilnicn, Court day crowd a printed circular headThis council lias done some splendid ed, "Was He Right?" in which Hub-bar- d work for .the city since they have been sets forth Ilaughtnan's expense in the service of the public. They account, as filed for the primary, hayu just completed tho work in having Hubbard was distributing these bills installed one of the best electric light in the first National Hunk Monday systems In tho Stnto of Kentucky at morning when llaughiuali catno in and perhaps the lowest rate. Thcv have asked him if he (llubbnrd) meant to had n long battle with the telephone intimate that he had lied. Hubbnrd (uestion. und the Court of Appeals in replied by saving that he did not mean two suits has upheld their contention. to intimate anything, but that records The question of permanently fixing tho would show for themselves. telephone rates is just now before the S. II. Hiughinan, u brother of the council in H form that may be settled dead man, wus with him ut the time and the people's; rights duly protected, and they walked cut on the street to and (ho people of the city who are in gether. terested in having reasonablo raU-- and, What wi.rds passed between them ut goou service should look into the this time were not overheard, but Hub before making up their minds bard was seen to motion Haughman ns tn who should be elected to servo away from tho front of the bunk. tho City for the next two yeurs. Tliero Uaughmun walked about ten feet until has been some activity against tho he wus directly In front of the Penny pretcnt.councll, und it is our opinion drug store, Hubbard then went out In that the people should permit this coun- the middle of the street and begun cil who are familiar with the work and firing. who have been so faithful in performHubbard gave himself up to Sheriff ing their duty to continue until they G, Weatherford und was taken to astmpleto this Important job. Every- jail. A few minutes later Sheriff body knows how this council stands Wealherford and Deputy W. S. Dryer and what they will do If drove him to another county. but we have heard no proposition from Mr. Haughman was one of the best ny on else. Wo have not been ad- known men in Lincoln county, and was vised as to the plan of the opposition a member of a prominent Central Kenand it li a very good rule to let well tucky family. He had served as Sher enough alone. iff once before and was the successful GREAT PICNIC SEPTEMBER IN LANCASTER. In the recent meeting The Council of National Defense for the State ar ranged for a patriotic week to be observed through-ou- t the state. Every County in the State will arrange th necessary steps to have meetings In each County on this week beginning with Tuesday, September 25th, and doling the week with a grand picnic some where in each County on Saturday. September !3th. We will have in Lancaster on Saturday the largest gath erir.g of people seen in Lancaster for many yeais. Everybody is expected to bring n basket of lunch and bo prepnrto spend the day. A number of .speaker will be on hand to address the pople on ull subjects touching our preperution und prosecution of the wui. Wo will next week announce the speaking dates in various sections of the County us they will bn arraged. It is not only the duty but the privilege of every citizen to cooperate in bringing the people together to talk over what can b done to help the country in this hour. Don't forget that Saturduy, 1017, will be u big duy September in Lancaster and make your srrange' ments to be with your friends on that Special Prices on WE ARE PREPARED TO SELL YOU BOTH Bugg les ', day. it lias ii ever occurreui.to worn-ou- you In t range wastes money mat a burn TEAM AND BUGGY HARNESS FOR LESS THAN OTHERS ing too much fuel and spoiling food? A range expert who will have charge of the MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION during the week commencing Monday, Sept. 17. will show you how tho MA JESTIC range cuts down household expenses. CONN BROS. W. J. Romans The Central Record.VThursday, Sept 13, 1917. FALL TOPCOAT. Good Lints and Comfort Capturad Htrt. Are PUSHIN BROTHERS The Hub Fall Opening DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. I'll Give On Your $50 Military Training 801 We cordially invite you to attend our Friday and Saturday September 14th and 15th. Showing the seasons attractive fashions in MILLINERY, To furthor do my 'hit" for my country and some Rood, worthy hoys. I'm rolnc Hi aire ISO toward the military training of each of 10 more boya who attend the Columbia Military Academy, of Columbia, Tenn., on my recomI have already given up mendation, one of iiiv partners to my country's Ho goes as n commissioned service. otllcer becauso of the thorough training he received In this school, Your boy can bo ono of these ten It ho Is between tho ages of U and 19 and has passed tho Heventh Orade In He Is certain to tho Public School. hsvo to see military service. In this school ho will bo lilted for a commissioned officer, with the good pay and chances ot promotion of an otllcer. Ho will bo under tho supervision and Instruction of such noted educators as Dr. Ira Landrlth. Col O. C. Hulvey nnd nthera nf national note. Ills board and tuition for the first year will bo only Hooks, t pay (SO of that. 1170. clothing, etc., should not exceed $7G or $80, Write me at once, giving are. schooling and two references, an 4 I will forward catalogue and fuller particulars. THOMAS i:. I1AHIIAM. President. Thomas B. Haitian) Co., lac. Advertising Agency, Loulnllle, Ky. PATTERN HATS, TAILORED HATS, GAGE HATS, CITY ORDINANCE. FISK HATS An ordinance levying and providing for the collection for th year IU17, an ad valorum tax on all property subject lSlpF-- " and exclusive millinery novelties Special showing of Misses and Childrens Hats at moderate prices prevail. semi-fitte- d the Moron CIRI. Ilust brown velours cut with n front and a full bad; glcs ttiN smart garment. The collar Is faced with satin and fastens with pearl buttons larger than those on tho cuffs nud pocket U(U. The hat Is rust brown felt. GIFTS FOR Womens and Misses Newest Tailored SUITS. Every Express brings us additional styles in the newest Suits, Coats, Serge and Satin Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Etc. Come, for you are sure to find the garment you want from the hundreds we show to select from. ROOKIES. Don't Make a Whatnot of Your Departing Soldier Boy. It will bo no kindness to load down tho departing soldier boy with sentimental but useless Lnlckknncks which will only be n burden to him nnd which, however ho may dislike to do It, he must throw away or otherwise get rid of before real service days come. Hut there arc various little things which should prove to bo real comforts, and the shops arc full of last gifts for departing soldiers Just now. Tho leather belongings will appeal to most uieu more than cretonne or &llk articles of home manufacture. A man must linvo a very strong sentiment about stitches set by somebody's little lingers to prefer a bulging homemade sewing kit of tlowcrcd silk to a natty, shipshape kit of leather. Hesldes, the leather "hussufs" (housewives) furnished with thread, needles, pins nnd scissor tor mending sock; and uniforms, there arc leather covered writing pads which contain pad, envelopes, stamps and fountain pen, leather photograph cases, leather toothbrush cases, hairbrush cases and complete dressing kits, the latter holding quite an extraordinary equipment of toilet belongings packed Into very small space. There ara also playlug cards In leather envelopes, rubber lined leather tobacco pouches, caster, hv., an advalorum I,,, of twrn- tax ly live cents ior me several purposes, . I . n ml (tin rat. fur fhu expenditure portioned as follows; SINKING FUND. ........ .Tu'.ntv.flv i ufvii rcn one hundred dollars worth of property lia ; .. ' purKie .- pro- '"r "eL'....l i,ilrln . miiu, at- oi L ... Vldint? fnr . ........ r. -. wjV rey. enue arising from which Is apportioned mi w t,tc iicma ui expenditure as fel- tln.1 nn - . tnu.! l!i runt. .... liable for taxation fiw.wuipurpose for the mr sum ui i;mv.iNj to . meet anil hai Hi. lni.....i li ed indebtedness of the city which be- luint-- uur .nay aim August 101, . Ml .,. ..nH of property liable fur taxation for the t'uitiuac ui iMunumg me sum or 100.a4 for the ultimate redemption of bonded Indebtedness of the city and the all . r.rpnui nvitr ai.il lu,.nn.l . u $2500.00 raised by the said levy of cents on each $100.00 worth of property liable for taxation shall go to the Gen-erKevenuo rund and there is herebr apportioned ratably among the several itcrr.s of expenditure r WATEIt WOKKS HEVENUE FUND. 2nd-- I0 cents on each $100.00 worth of property liable for taxation for tho for lh deficit I" Itevrnue Fund arising for the excess of the expenditures for the water works Sistem. above the revenues arising from thi. levy to the extent of $1000.00 shall K0 i0 the Wat-e- r a poll tax on each male inhabitant over ,. v. h Mjifuriiuning an other estimated revenues. The City Council of the city of Lancaster, Ky, do ordain as follows, Section 1 That tliera be and there is hereby levied for the year 1917, upon each one hundred dollars of all the assessed and assessable prcperty, real, iwrsonal nnd mlx.d. tangible and intangible, of every kind and description -' ... . .... ,,, ,: , ljln. I 1 -- hl. -- ... """ 111 -- there-unde- unbreakable metal mirrors cases and money belts of In leather with let- pockets of various sizes for money, ters, prlvato papers and photographs Canning Peppers. Itciuovo jtcm and ceeds. llauch In live nteaiu from five to ten minutes, llvuiote nud dip quickly In cold water. Pad; In hot jars or tin cans nnd ndd boiling hot water until Jars or tin inns are full Add ono level tcaspoonful of salt to each quart. Cut rubbers nnd cups of Jars In position, not tight. Seal tin cans completely. Sterilize for tho length of time given below for tho particular type of outfit used: WaUr ttiittt. home made or cotnmcr- lat Mln. ISO '') Mil, til decrees CO txiiuiU rtenm pressure .. 40 Ten ! t' jiwUuO steam pressure. lleiuove fioni the cciitaluer. tighten rover. Invert t cool and test Joints. Wi.ip In paper to prevent brcakusonnd St I'll'. rji YVA'.ir .;. .. 4. . .;. ) . fr CANNING IN HIGH ALTITUDES Homo runners in northern and western states who live in altl- tudes more thau a thousand feit uboto sea level nrc cautioned to Increase tho period of cooking (proxesslug, ktcrlllzlug) their filled containers over that recommend- ed for ordinary localities, for altitudes above a thousand feet the timo should bo Increased at the rate of 10 per cent for each 000 feet This caution must cot bo disregarded by caoner la mountainous sections. Office of k Information, Department of rlculture. .. Ag- - . . burg Ohio. WOMEN GIVE OUT. Mr. Joe McCormack. of Henderson-ville- . was the guest of relatives here when Housework Is hard enough healthy. Every Lancaster woman who this week. Miss Calvine Mason was the weekis having backache, blue and nervous spells, dizzy headaches and kidney or end guest of her Mrs. bladder troubles, should be glad to heed W. C. Fish. this Lancaster woman's experience; Mr. Edd Williams and familv visited Mrs. Joe Turner, Totten Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Edge in Clay City from Lancaster, says; "A few jeara ago, Saturday until Monday. my kidneys cot out of order and I had Mr. arid Mrs. Newton Todd of Washbackaches. I felt dull and languid and ington, haw been guests of Mr. Todd's My kidneys acted Irregtired easily. mother, Mrs'. W'm. Todd. ularly, too. A friend told me of Doan'a Miss Cleono McWhortcr lef t ThursKidney Tills and I bought them at Millerehurg, where she will Stormes' Drug Store. They soon rid day for College, for the coining year, me of the backache and puliny kidneys enter Mrs. Sherman West and children of In good order." Price Cue, at all dealers. Don't sim- Mamton Springs Colo, arrived Saturday Uouns for an extended visit with her parents, ply nsk for n kidney remedy-g- et Kidnev Tills the same that Mrs. Tur Mr. and Mrs. M. L. N'oe and other n Co., Trops., relatives here. ner had. Lieut. Lee Ledford and Miss Mary liutralo. N. Y. Smith, of Harlan were married in Lancaster Saturday morning. Mrs. PAINT LICK is with Mr. and Mrs. It, II. Ledford for u visit befme joining Lieut.' Miss Sadie Ualston left Tueiduy for Ledfutd lit Hattlshurg, Miss. Georgetown College. Mrs. John A. Shepherd died at her Mrs. Will Fish of Stanford visited home near here on Friday morning, relatives here the past week. Sept. Tib. after an illness of several Misses Mary ai.il Alma Leur are in mouths. The body was taken to the Louisvillu for the State Fair old home at Irvine and was laid to rest Mr. A. V. Hauler of New York is in the old family burying ground near the guest of Mr. Wood Walker, that place. She is survived by an aged Mr. Mid Itois made u business trip husband und fnut sons anil two daughters. The sympathy of the community to Cincinnati, the first of the week. Mrs. W. F. Turks is In Louisville this goes out to the family in their bereavement. week purchasing her Fall millinery. Mrs. II. M. Lear is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Iteid Lear at Middlcsboro. BRYANTSVILLE Chester A. Metcalf left Monday for Mrs. W. J. Hogan Is visiting relaDetroit where he has accepted a position. 'Miss Mary May Walker left Satur- tives at Stantord. Mr. J. V. Farley has gone to Mercer day to enter school at Ml Carmel, II1. Mr. and Mrs. William Allen of Jack- for a visit to relatives. Miss Virginia Glvensof Harrodsburg, son, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. has been visiting Mrs. A. G. T. Smith. Parks. Miss Anna Spears, of Danville, has Miss Mariam Ledford is visiting her brother, Mr. SpeedJLedfordlln Miamls- - been the gueit of Mrs. Hannah Sweeny, grand-motheFoster-MilburLed-fo- Miss Eliza Hughes of Nicholasville ing the residence now occupied by him l he oilier residence has been the guest of Mrs. E. W. tor tnou. was bought by the Methodist Church for a Perkins. The consideration being Mes.crs J. ('. Williams and J. Hogan parsonage. Italian! were in Lexington Monday on $1520. Mrs. Tine Cheatham also sold her vacant lot for $3(0. business. Mr j. E. II. Uallard spent the weekend with relatives at Lexington and attended Conference. About $50 was realized at the Lawn Fete Wednesday afternoon and evening fur the benefit of the Ited Cioss. Mrs. Turner Merritt and Metsers. C. W. Merritt of Ilcmlngton, Ind. are here the guests of Mr. J. II. Luavell. Mrs. Marshall (iuerrant.of Ixuisville, who has been visiting Mrs. J. Hogan Uallard has returned to Nicholasville. Mrs. Morgan Sparks and Master Hughes Sparks ot Nicholasville were guests of Mrs. J. Hogan Uallard lust week. Miss Helen Young came Tuesday to accept a position in the school here. She will teach Intermediate BAD STOMACH- S- THE PENALTY Stomach stirrers should take (lull Ston-- s, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Auto Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Appen dicitis, and other dangerous ailments, aie some of the penalties. Most Stom ach, Liver and Intestinal Troubles are quickly overcome with Mavr'a Wonder ful Kemedy. This fuvoritc prescription lias restored millions of people. I.et one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Kemedy prove today that it will help you. For sale by It. E. Mcltoberls. in defraying the current expenses of th Vt ater Works System, but nil revenue over and beVi,d $1000 00 arising from this source shall pass to the General Itevcnue Fund and the same are hereby apportioned to the account of central rlnim. airatnal Ihi, -- I,.. llul. ... .... ......... ; owierwiae provided for. GKNEItAL UKVENl'K FUND. Hrd. Section - to cents uiion eash $100.00 worth of property liable for taxntlmi rnr Ihn iu,..n... ui ... ui'iing a ...i.,. tniu-i- :r deneral Itevenue Fund for the pay- ...v... u. inr- iuu..inK items or expenditure; 10 cents upon each $100 00 of property liable for taxation for the purpose of lighting the city; 121 cents i" property liable for taxation for Ike puriioso of paying City Olllcers salaries; 12J cents uihjii ui wurtu oi nroneriv -me purpose oi " building and maintaining streets in the -- Works Hcvenue Fund and used """ grades. the 3t, Old Roman Temple Found. Mr. IE. M. Moss has purchased a An iiui'lent temple hai been discovfarm at Crab Orchard und will move to ered In Home. It Is supposed to datu It at un early date. The price being from tho tlmo of Trujun (M-tA. D.) $1200(1. The building Is vaulted, nud ornamentTho ed with columns nud stucco. Mrs. Daly and children of Knights-towInd. uru visiting her daughter, fctumi work of tho celling chows some very line figure, one with open nrms Mrs. Earnest (losney. Mrs Uosney In the mtltitde of prayer, two offering was quite ill last week but she is no-Kct at. a wicrllhv, another the figure, of a man titv, Including license nnd back tax able to be out. leaning on stick. vuiivvicu iiiviii an nuuicftf nnu aii rifV At the conference of the Methodist nmtai f rn nil nidi. .ma... .... a Church In Lexington this week the those an hint; from the Water Work Sparrows Found Necessary. liev. W, S. Conaut was assigned to the The sparruwH rear two broods u fjeiviii niv it vi cur niKjriiunru 10 me I Irnuonil., pastorate of the church here, llryants-vill- e year In Hollund and uru voracious ent- i.nnaial ivcivimu L. l uuti, unu Bnnii uo used to pay all general claima agalntt was made u station. ers. So they clour uwny crowds of ino my iiui rt All UnA.. r uiuvrwuv . Jroviuel ior a Mrs. Albert Smith and daughter, of Insect pests against which man would u on iuvviiucs TrTe Water bo powerless. This wan found out In l""iwii Worka Svitem arisinK iron fs hereby ap. Ashland, Oregon are here for a stay iq itie waier with relatives. She was formerly Miss those districts where ruthless niassacro pumoneu shall be used works itevenue Fund and In paying the of sparrows had tukeu place, Hattib Jennings and her many friends where promptly tho Insect plsguo and expenses of maintaining and repairing asare delighted to see her after and ab- sumed such proportions that all chem- vwuv f win uywwiu Section ordinance shall tak sence of eight years. ical and other humau methods proved effect from and after Us pasiace, ap. The sale Saturday afternoon of the of do avail against It. Sparrows had proved and publication as required by property of Mrs Allie Haseldcn was again to bo Introduced to cope with law. L. G. DAVIDSON. Mavor. the nuisance. well attended. Mr. C. C. Decker buy Attest: U N. Miller, Clerk. A 11 uwii-rtH- i a . ll'nrth nf ,iitA.i .. ii.ii each taxation for the purpose sf pailnir all.' . I. naa.ril liluhn. me city net ".i otherwise provided for. Section there be and there Is hereby levied for the year 1917 unoa every male Inhabitant of the city of Lancaster, Ky, over 21 years of age PJI tnx of $1 CO for the purpose of and maintaining tho streets and public highways In the city, the revenues arising from which shall be used for the said purpose. KeMlnn All r... ......... 1.1. t .viyiiucn iiruviuu la lines and forfeiture is hereby eppor- nuiicii id win vieuurui itevenue r und or HlM llll nnil .I..II I... .... hii Diiu.i uat.14 (u iay (UO expenses and liquidate any claims itiu ttii.i(mt vujf iiuv iirirwi lr0VIUt(J (Or. AW nttiD iVAA .V. upon Ki.i ' . The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13. 1917. SUE OF TOBACCO STICKS We are now prepared to fill all orders for good split to- FINE STOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS Having sold our farm, we will sell at our place four miles from Lancaster on the Poor Ridge pike, on bacco sticks. Call us for prices. Thursday, Sept 20th, 1917 Beginning promptly at Nine o'clock a. m., all our Stock, Farm A. H. Bastin & Son Famous-Asbesto- s We carry H. W. Johns Manville Roofing. 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. Cstttle horse mule; 1 five-year-old P WHITE day. 1 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 One brood mare; 1 two-year-o- ld horse mule; 1 flve-year-- od mare mule. POLAND CHINA HOCS Two big type Poland China brood sows, two years old, due to farrow October 15th. pound shoats; five 100 pound shoats. Twenty 150 Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. Ross No. 10 cutting box with 14 foot elevator; 1 two hole power corn shelter; 1 power corn crusher and feed grinder; 1 three horse power Fairbanks Morse "Type Z" coal oil engine; 1 International 14x16 baler; 1 wheat screen and grader; 1 wagon and harness; one 7x14 hay frame; 1 tongueless disc harrow; 1 e turning plows; 1 three-hors- e Brown riding cultivator; 1 iron section harrow; 1 slide with tongue; 2 turning plow;l three-hors- e evenerjl hill side plow;l new Champion mower and rake;l triple block and fall with 100 feet 7-- 8 in. manila line; 2 "Buhr" safety hoists; 1 Superior nine hoe grain drill; one 20x20In. American Pea 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,with extra crate and complete equipment. 1 two-hors- We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & flicks, As Safe as the Safest. All sums $20. and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, negotiable note payable January 1st, 1918 without interest. MRS IDA TINSLEY. CAPT. AM BOURNE, AUCTIONEER. COY Mr. Jim Mathews 1ms been quite in H. J. TINSLEY Or None Ample Capital and Resources, prudent Management and a sound banking policy make this Dank n safe place for money. If you deposit with this Dank, you will receive prompt service and be assured positive safety for your money. It is our aim to serve the people of this place and the surrounding country faithfully and well, always protecting the best interest of our depositors. UNDER U. S. GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION. cTi& P.itisrpna lNJatinnal with tonsilltia. week-en- Mr. anil Mra. Klija McMillian were d gucats of Mr. and Mra. Jului Ray. Mr and Mm. Hubert Carter were week end guest of Mr. and Mra. A. C. Miles. Mra. Eliza McMillan and son. have been recent visitors in the Mt. Hebron section. Mrs. Lucy Martin of Lexington Is with Mrs. C. M. Moberly for a few weeks visit. Mr. Virgil Weaver of Pendleton Co.. hak been u recent viiitor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hay. Mrs. lleatrlco Johnson and children of Lancaster were with her mother, Mrs.. Mary A. Sanders, last weak. Mr. Murray Miller or Chicago has returned home after a pleasant itay with his friend, Mr. Earl Broadua. Mr. and Mm. Hubert Carter enter- urday on business. tained Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles of Misses Marian and Lcnn Ledford were lluckeve. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lillnrd Miles of the pleasant guests of Miss Ethel Mae Nicholitsvillo ami Miss Kannio Mao Davis Thursday night. Miles of Louisville "nt dinner" SaturMr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis and Mrs, day. Tom Mntsee wero the guests of Mr. S 1. Davis and family Sunday. LOWELL Mrs. Eliza Ralston was called homo T. C. Kuliluian went to Chicago Sun- from Lancaster to tho bedside of her day for a weeks visit. brother, Mr, Snlem Wylio who contin Miss Hughes of Wilmore is tho at- ues qui to ill ns the result of n fall re ceived u few weeks ago. tractive guest of Mrs. J, N. Hicks. Mr. Calvin Hulett and family Mr, Miss Ida Hurt sold her property here to Mr. Will Childers of Lancaster for and Mra. Clay Parka and duughter, of Uryantsville, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hulett Miss Ella Mao McKinncy of d and Mrs. Belle McKechnle and children her aunt Mrs. Edd lirown, last of Urlghts llend weru the guests Sunweek. day cf Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hurte Jr. Mrs, S. I'. Davis spent tho past week with her daughter Mrs. John Tudor of BOOKKEEPING Rich-visite- The intin who empties his purse into his head will get u digger head, no doubt, dut he will soon also need a bigger at All. OF LANCASTER. KY. It. P. HUDSON. President. J. J. WAI.KRIt. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walker, Jn., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Rant Vier. - Pro.!. ON ROLL OF HONOR. pure. Exchange. gits." Learning From the Mule. "A mule," said Uncle Elien, "should bo n wnrnln' against klcklu'. Do better ho does It, do more uupopular ho From Experience. Let men say what they will; according to the experience, I havtf learned I require in married women tho economical virtue nbovo all other Draw A Check I vlrtncs. Fuller. Robert Elliott of was TELEGRAPHY Mother oft to busy getting the other Wallaceton spent the week end with school und 1'aul thought children VnjnR.IMITrlHI her parents. himself neglected. So he said, "Muv-veIt PrtalfeBtbu J wet It rentftt I've lived here two years, so I Miss Emma Klnnolrd and niece Mrs ud Making bjwlftM. ilM tiftlw 4tiiff 4t flnk I should have some 'tentloa." Lena Drown were in Richmond Sat r, Manse. Mr. and Mrs. Entitled to Service. Tail! was one morning kitting in Ms high chair, Impatlcutly drumming for BwliiM,PbaMgrapliy TYPEWRITING and his breakfast of outuieal and oranges. for the moiifiy you owe and note how much more res pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do businoss with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bask t Trot Co. They know he Is doing business in a buslress like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. uTCWi0ra3'a& MLUX The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Tfrus;.r'r' r Jny i HI The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13, 1917. WOMEN GIVE OUT. For Sale Size Farms I 1 Remarkable Values I IVI oder ate In Price I hown To Buyers I If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest .in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. I I 3 I 30 ! any OR 300 location, adaptation or improvements , consult the I I I ft Housework when is hard enough healthy. Every Lancaster woman who is having backache, blue nnd nervous spells, tlizzv headaches and kidney or bladder troubles, should bo glnd to heed thj Lancaster woman's experience, Mrs. Joe Turner, Totlen Avenue, Lnncitstcr, says; "A few years ago, my kidnevs gut nut of order nnd I had backaches. felt dull mid languid nnd tired easily. My kidncts acted irregularly, too. A friend told me nf Dunn's Kidney. Pills nnd bought them at Stormes' Drug Store. The soon rid me of the backache nnd put my kidneys in good order. Price tiOe, at nil dealers. Don't simply ask for n kidney remedy-g- et Doans Kidnev Pills - the same that Mrs. Turner had. Co., 'Props., 1 1 Koster-Milburn ONE OF SEAL KITCHEN CABINET BARGAINS ELER'S I 1 x 0 3 Just take a look at this CABINET at only $ .98 delivered free of charge. 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 Hurfale. N. Y. Tom.iti.c3 Tor Hogs. On farms wheie I inn- - Is mi e.vvti of tomatoes the Hiirplus may be rooked and fed to lues, 'fin? hogs would nut eat the gleeii tomatoes unlet cocked That which is not needed for linmedl nle ii m Is M oro I nway la utr tight barrels for futiue ue. The tup lajer decays, but that beneath leuiahis good. Trim Milk rtoom. milk room iniiM be used ft 1 D. A. Thomas Heal Eslaie 1 I AOENCY, 3C 3C 3C FURNITURE. RUGS & STOVES RED BLOOD AMERICANISM lively for the storage of milk. "So admittance, except on business" should be plated at the door and every one mill everything excluded that has no need of living there. This mutt be clean In every comer and well tj. 4- 4- 4- The rtclti just as well If you will only try trading at $11.98 WHEELER'S. YOU WILL LIKE IT Co. IS COMING TO THEfRONT Rigal now this Country is calling for men'of stout hearts and sound baJie3. P needs them to keep Old (ilorv triumphant and unsullied in the air. Th" exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing cNe could d), ttu impirtnr.ca of goJ health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this oflice, that everybody shoulJ guard their health as a priceless posWhen you find yourself running down und not exactly session. lie ed up to the fighting 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 - J 4. J. THE STOCKMAN. You mlsht as well try to carry wnter in a sieve n to try to make money with loiii.y lings. As coon as the grain Is liar- vcted the sheep will dean up the waste grain nnd eat many needs In the stubble If they are given a chance. It will ay to she the rolls n Mti.-il- l uiiioiuit of grain once a du. although they are rmiiilng wiih tin; uinres In pastme. A cistern catching water from the bam I'xif furiilohrs a good supply of water for the rdiccp Hoi!; If the wnter Is kept clean and cool. Dusty feeding HiHirs or sleep- lug quarters cause the pigs to cough much of the time. The Honrs should be swept or Hush- cd oft with water every day. When draft marc are used for farm work the Income from the of colts each jenr makes the cot of hoie labor much less than when the work Is done by geldings. A. P. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Danville, 4- Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. LiU.WWU'.l - 4 4- - 4--4 4 4 4"-- 1 Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney bark) If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back lioni'? for lack of red blood when you answer the chII of the colors. t sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the sto'nnch, liver, kidney's, bowt-ls- , bladder, blood and indigestion nnd headaches, rheumatism and nervousness SCIENCE SOPE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only lQc u bar. 3 bars 'JJc. Try our C0WI50V LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. T 1 W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence I'lmne 3U. 4 41 4-4-- HIGHEST PRICES PAID Ship mist ! Rclv! m! 41 41 No Comxniision to Pay Writ I'ricvLUt Shi'pptof Tact Cm 4 4 41 4 M. Sabel & Sons Ix.ir.r.l.J biOt-k.- J ISSt LOUISVILLE, KV, STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. BAD STOMACH- S- 4"ii Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Hroadwav. LOUISVILLE. KY. in f ' i THE PENALTY Stomach suiTerers should take warn ! inc. Gall Stouts. Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach nnd Intestines. Auto Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Appen dicitis, and other dangerous ailments, are tome of the penalties. Most Stomach, Liver nnd Intestinal Troubles are' quickly overcome with Muvr's Wonder-- 1 ful Kemedy. This favorite prescription has restored millions of people. Let one doso of Muyr's Wonderful Itemedy prove todnv tht it will help you. For sale hy It. K. McKoberls. 3t The Welsh Language. IiiiiKUiiKe is not closely Irl-- li und illKhland (.'nolle, hut Is of the same hrtiiith iik the undent CornKli mid llrelun IniiKUiiKeg. i PUBLIC SALE ""rhis if lj W here?""" Summer ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU Calls you to an ideal vacation high up In the moun- tains of Western Nortli Carolina. Days full of interest, . activity and sport nights of refreshing comfort and solid sleep. tY L I f Ixrmtrl it JaITITUCcI y . " ) A wC jV J J Renew your health In the dear, cool mountain air. Co camping in the woods -- climb the peaks play golf, tennis enjoy driving and motoring. Bit;, fine hotels or quiet, Incxpcn-f- " sivc places, whichever you prefer. tx on nearest Ul quote you th' louetr round trip fires ltnK taulcf,liitrirur.rTtl!trcvctiK,r.iwuou. ' MyillW YrlM jhitWi llilgf futnUh The Welsh relnted to the snt or write Oil JtV llllil KING, Division Tasscnger Agent rhocnlx Hotel Dlds'' U8-EaMlin St' H. st C I Contagion. Lots of things nrc contnsloui btv suiting, frnu'iw I'lml fcldes MllllllnnY deeds, evil temper, fault-findinWhat i.iuii ut euiiiuKioii uo j on carry I J nround? i:vchangc. Origin of "Tartan." The Scottish word tnrtiili Is supposed to have het'ii taken from the Spanish mid Trench "tire tnlne;" In Spnnllt this menus something thin and flimsy, from "tiirltm" to Milvcr with tlio cold. Iu l'lTiich. tho Urm "tiro tnlue" Is applied tu the nihu'led fibers of linen nnd wool, ulikh Is called Wednesday September 19th. 1917 mm OF- - ON sometimes linsey-woolse- via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit P.ounJ Trip Touritl Fuel from Lanciilti NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 Boys Voices. Toy? should liot slug when their voices nre nt tho changing Ktuge. It is i'fi' to tell from th6 "cracked" and "crmiky" ton'' heu this period Is usually about tho f cached, It f.ci-m- s ages of fourteen or flfleeu year and tho voire Imiild not he used for shying for Hovtr.d years or until tho iidult tone Ims been retuhed. Muny voices have been ruined by coiitlnulug tu fetus during this clumping time. Telling Fortunes by Candles. To tell fortunes by candles: Xiuno u pair of baj berry cundles, ono for tho limn nnd one for the girl. Light them und If they burn evenly und smoothly the pair will wed and live happily ever ufterwurd. Hut If one sputters uud KUiokes aud goes out you may he sure there will bo many vexatious In their course of true lore. If one candle burns more quickly than the other It uugers 111 for the match. Reduced Fares lo many other cities and resorts In the East anil North Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, PhiladelplUo, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls. Buffalo, Detroit. Atlantic City, the AtUron docks, Lake Champlatn, and other cities and resorts of the fcast ana isorth, including trips on Atlantic ana Great i Lake steamers. For ptrtlcultrs, rttci, t aiders, etc., apply ' at 10 o'clock on the premises. As executors of W. I. Ralston; deceased, we will offer for sale one tract of land containing 118 acres. This land lies in Garrard county, 3 miles from Paint Lick, on the White Lick and Puint 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 well fenced and all lit blue grass except 15acres. At the same time and place, we will offer, an adjoining tract of land containing 63 acres, all in blue grass except 15 acres, On this tract is situated a The farm is well watered good 6 room house and all necessary and well fenced. We will offer at uuctlon the following stock; 4 work mules from 3 to 5 years old. S brood sows, ready to pig. 2 brood mares and colts. 2 cows giving milk. J. C. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent L R, A. J. P, Ralston , Adinrs Paint Lick, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13, 1917. 2 t Did you have that feeling strike you, that Jack Frost is near at hand. We did and our line of KEEP WARM HEATING STOVES, GRATES, AN EPISODE OF THE SOUTH By JAMES DRAINAKD CARDS, D. j Ue B 1 V Or. Wm. Pryor, FIRE BACKS. GRATES AND FIREBRICKS GRATE BASKETS complete and we ask that you do the needful before you suffer. is Hervey Ulns taper J & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. Paper Plates (or Pett. She Wit Interctted. jilntmt for animal tiei A child who rrn ntly inoviil Into tho Hill be found n Kixxl ond military nclKliliorliood hmtiic mi lntcri'Mcd In llnn. Seine ici'ilo ilo not enre to n )oui)K wnmnn Hint ilnlly idio would wnuli Ihe plate kept fur doRS uml ciit., nit for her In nan the hine. One although they Muiuld bo kept scrupu- day he "alkcd right In the wiim.m' lously clean nnil ued fur tin other way imtl smiling "W mam Wliy not. then, ue pnjK-ico lire oul" !urpe.which nWh May In burned or thrown nnny nftcr they have been incd. for may lie IhiukIiI ly little money, nnd '' r le Egyptian, Lived Well. undent IVjptlntu linil umnlons uptllrtl with canlen". orchards, fish fronds ami cnine preems; they wcro acquainted Willi Hi" lionelltfi of the rotation of crop, mid hrcil jxiultry extensively. iirnctlrliiK nrtltlclal hatching in we do nt the present time. An early fts 4S1 II. I'., or ll.l.ll yeurx iiro, liernine nn object of national lmiurlnnr In the i:xyptlnn. Ancient Tin- 1 n Cotton Dangerous Cargo. Cotton M n ilnnceroun rurteo. IJ n I Utile oil linppcin to toueli raw rotton the result Is SKntnucoui combustion. A single lulc Of rotton ununited with such nn oil ns dolleil llneel, ami lying nt tlie liottnm of the hold, can lie compared only to n slow match tit-- , Inched to n bomb. AthN nnd other form dangerous cargoes. , chemicals of cnlcluni, fur Instance, l , Cnrhldu won dangerous thnti dynamite. Acetylene gas li made from this chemlenl ,11ml the gas Is constantly Riven off I' itlie product Is ci posed to nlr. In iilitehelliiiii days Ldgnr Pursy) he, n young tnnii from I ho north, and hlj sifter, Kdllh, orphans, felt led III Isitild- nun. IMgnr I'lircj tlip hud recently been graduated from n Inw scliol, he It n out hit tdiliide ns nn ntlomey, II. I sister, who mis nn nrcoinplMiol t. .1 clan, Inimlit inline. Ilehveen tin dv they made a uimlert living. One day Arnold I'llte, n mnu type, inlled up,. the older l.oul-dniVAnnr l'oriithe nud eiiiplojed him ti collect 11 debt from Anloliie lie Four. The nmoiiiit wns -.i uml wns of very lent; slnudlui;. Now, lie Tour had tnkeii 11 fnntj t IMIIIi I'orsjllie nml was I.eKliinliic In show Ids liking when her brtlher called iihiii hlni, Muled Hint 11 note 11.' his hnd been placed In his hands fn cullettldii nnd askisl him when It r noiild be comeiiliut lo liny It. I'our eolored, lookcsl hard nt the not " Willi h I l t he; handed I1I111 uml mill Hint he would pjy It the next day In those dajs duellns was 11 protce lion for nil kinds or k:intery. Ie Tour wns 11 (Ire enter, nnd d I'llle hnd lo res hlni for payment for fear of orfeiidiiiir hlni. lie I'our went to -! I'llle anil nl:ril him why lie had Intuited him by plaeliiK the note In the hands of ,1 lawyer. Iji I'llte npoln-Blnfor do'iis in nud said that he H.uld nl'lidi.iw the onler for collee-lloInMt :i1 of ilobiK nn he took s Meanibont that pa'Sed early the next 1) v for New Orleans, thus tretlliii out of the fire cnter'n uny and Inning the Salt Held In Reverence. Hie Miiertllloii with regard to suit tnuyer to bear the brunt of Ie Tour's re endless. That the spilling of fait displeasure. Thoila' nfle- - the lltst deniaml IM-a- r la ttnluckv Is iierhmis the rnintnnneK made a ocmiii1 one. This time De Pour ni1 urn. of fill hltlitTsHllmis lnll,fV ery wmtliy. lie told IMpir that j TalU In the ktttlieu ns well n nt the wns table-- . There lire Scottish households he had Mi ll l.u I'llle nml the matter where wilt Is still held III such rever- Mas between enslllnr nnd debtor and ence that the sultcelhir ifed nt the I lieu1 was nn cscnslon for n lawyer to family table Is Invariably kept stand- meddle Willi It. IMi:ar told him thai he had boci cinploycsl to collect the ing on the family Wide. mniey due mi the nolo nud If It wis not paid by u ceitnln date he "ould Mi. About Hobble. for II Ie Pour was ery nnsry nud Hery ImbhylM can extol his hobby replies) Hint If Kdcnr ued or bollieied ahmc nil other- - nnd there Is some- him npilu about tlie mailer he would thing to he nild for each one. Collecr It 11 per-on- nl Insult. tors of every sort of objects, from One en sou for Do I'our m illp!enuri' liells to stamps; students of every wns that thlsfecoud demand wns ninde subject, from snake's to stars, find In presence of scleral of Ie Ponr'n special mentiil reiisiins for Interest In friends. This was uiifortuiiale, for It their particular line. Ami the rea- comiH'lled him to mnke uoml his threat sons for preference would innkc n very The day nfler the Milt bad been e'l remarkable collection of wordy argu leresl Ie Pour culled on IMltti Pur t'l ments. nnd Mnlcsl to her the poIllou In wu'iii he was plneed nnd begins! her to While HE'S nt the Front you rsn stt his thlnrs cl.ait, einirrlnkt.d snl tt reed i ntvr White Tar Gtrmcnt Cagi JliliJlIt loo PH I lOiiiio prfl JOiCjCH 4 I in'isr.eiIotlff .IDCa.Jt .ttr.i .to 1 1 I r .10 J OS ir " " Office at Itnlney s Livery Stable. -Lancaster. Kentucky Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 1 Ii i(iit7 1.09 55 o ,i " " .11) 1 1 1 IS 41 ' ' ' 1.11 1 fi i.o 00 Ofliee Hours tf&fe 11 liWii.li ilCTw-t- ; timv. 1 mm Ira), with hooka nt hanc rtn inttl-- . I.atrndr ar, too. Whtt Tar paper in rotlf. Tin Oe, ctdar il.09. At your tor er direct rtfular Dooklrtontlotbta frumua. tro(ctlOB wrlla for It.. Tb WLIU Tax Cmpaar rat. 2). f3 UU 8(.. Hnr Tarh H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele: Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office; Stormci Bnlldlngoni Hurt .1 Audr on", urnttnrc store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ii The unJerstgneil hereby give warn ing to nil persona not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever ns we will prosecute all otrenclcrs to ful lest extent of ths law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N 11 Price K. L. Elkin II. 0. Arnold. J. C. Ilicsby. Mrs. E. L. Frazec John Tntum. T. It. Slavin. It. L. Arnold. C. M. Moberly. It. L. Darker. S. C. ItiRsby. II. M. Lear. Julia Parks Sirus Daily. A. L. Oibbs. Thomas Tracy We will add other names for 25 cents cash. POSTED The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. 6. C. COX. Manse.Ky J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Over National Uank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Where They Differ. A woman differs from u man In thn, Mie regards n kin visit ns an Ideal way to tpend n vacation. AtchUou Globe. Faint Lick, The Really Truthful Man. really truthful mini Is one who of opporsticks to the facts lu tunities to embellish his story with A Action. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Her Heaven. Miss Louise snys her notion of Iienven Is n plnce where she could take n deep breath nt n swell reception without fear of busting something John M. McRoberts. Pablielnclion band, Stock and Farm Implements ON Saturday, Sept 22nd AT TEN O'CLOCK SHARP. 100 AGUES OP PINE LAND Well improved and situated right on Lexington pike,l mile from Bryantsville.Ky Will be sold to the highest bidder in two tracts of about 00 acres with improve-ment- s and about. 40 acres unimproved, with frontage on pike. This is fine land and will be sold for the high dollar as the owner, R. M. Moss, has purchased another farm and Is going to sell this one. At same lime will sell a lot of Horses Mules, Cattle and Farming Implements. Valuable Presents Given Away Free. For Further Particulars See The Real Estate Man. SWINEBROAD Lancaster, Kentucky. her brother to wltbdrnw the ; Milt Is'foio It lioiild be known, Veterinary Surgeon. Philanthropic Strangers. to set lie the- - mntler out of court Another pathetli- - little feature of ns soon ns this had been done. cjeryduy life Is the number of excep- Calls answered promptly, day or When lMar I'amo home his hller tional opportunities to mnke money night. Phone vnlil imtliliiK nboiit the visit of Do very ruplilly that come to "man by Lancaster, Kentucky. Pour, but urced him to attend to roine tnnll from perfect MrauKers. Columlaw btiluesH that had been put Into Ills bus (Ohio) State Journal. hands reiiulrlin; u visit to Hie county nnd left early the Hat He To Remove Wall Paper. Sonu nfler his deparnctt iiiornlnu To remove wnll paper In about half word lo I'e I'our Hint ture Pdith fliiw. If nnottv tubes. 1le !l bean- her brother would not uilhdruw the tin. Phone 365-tut tnltli.wtuuitiftil ,tf hiitttieter to mil- Milt lie Pour, lioplns to nccomiillsh by j Ion of hot water, nnd apply It to the biuh. BUCKEYE, KY. threat what he had failed to cITeet by paper freely with n Keen the wnter hot. and after n few persuasion, lnche-en chullense to IM applications you can easily pull tho car in n note to Jils sister, kIiiHiii; thai paper from the wall. his net lim envo him Inconcelvahli- - palu but that his word had passed before Hltnei--es id It he did not mako poxl Fireproof Papers. Poultry Tonic he would be considered henceforth ns l'nlents have been taken out nt va IMiltroon. rious times for paper which Is claimed Ynu ean mako 12 Si callons of the best i.1 !e Pour was surprised nud nuueiyis! to be proof ugalnM lire, nnd therefore loultrytonlcknown to revolt ? of his elial particularly suitable for documentary Uh av: botilo ct VCUI t.u,h.M raulh. I.niit. ranfe leuce. It wns purisirled to have brci records. Slot of these contain nsguv. Cures and written by IMtfiir, but had been forgesl liestos or similar mineral fiber, with cholera, anil otnerdl-aes- . by his sUler. Thero was nothing for or without the nddltlon of clays or Ai matt isntpald. it now but to lluht. I)o Pour sent metallic salts. Poultry book frcf. friend tu the Pors.Whe home to make lit Cl, lulilu,lK iMtttl urruiiKcmcnts for the ineellnr, nnd Im was iutiiHtiil to prote-s-t on the part Sold by R. L". McRoberts. tit the dmllciijter npilnt It, stnlliiK that he had no other means of satin himself from hcliix condemned by Ills HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. rrlonils nnd uciiuiiliitauces us n ootv unl. This Agreement Witnesseth; Tha ! The emissary wns reVclvesl by IMitli in order to protect tlie game on our who, her brother bclni; nlient. rulil lands for a period of three years we that us soon ns she could cuminunl Hero la a message to bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor cute Willi him sho would ceud u refafferlns women, from permit anybody else tp do so. and we Wis. W. T. Price, of ply. Later lu the elay sho wrote- - that I'ublle, Ky.: "I thu had heard from i:dar. lie had further agree to prosecute with diliwith painful...", ehi'seu pistols nt thirty puces, the time gence all persons who violate the game .she write. "I tot clown tit bo II o clock the next nioriiliit:, th laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our wilh a weakness In my place u ceiliiln open kpuce near the back lands for tho purpose of hunting. Ar.(f and limits... liatlc of tun Mississippi river. felt helpless nnd diswe further agree to act as Deputy lk Pour was Mirprlsed nt the early couraged...! had about Game Wardens for the purpose of carU o'clock given up hopes of ever hour, for It wns barely rying out this agreement. Except each being wil apa'n, when dawn, lie wns very niuih dNsnuiHed a friend Insisted I of us have the right to kill rabbits on ut t tie cotirfco thu ailalr had tnueii. Ih our Jurms or permit it to bo done by itiuo he had been 011 the evo of imi-Take w4ue uiarriiii.-- to lullth Pois.tlhe nud another under our supervision, or tho upon to meet her liotv lie was calleil supervision of some responsible and hi mortal conduit, brother reliable person selected by us. Ho walked the tloor till after '.'o'clock This November 15th. 1015. In the Jiiornliic. when his kvouiI culled for htm nnd they procivdisl to the R. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, Krouiul. Shortly lifter leaehliii; It cur- Jno. SI. Farm, W. II. Urown. lane drut e up, nud it Joini 111:111 nlkhl- W. li. Burton. Alex Walker, csl nud handed out IMitli Poiythe. Tlie Woman's Tonfc Haselden liros., T. A. Elkin, Approacldui: De 1'imi- - nnd his tccoht.. II. Dalton. F. M. Tinder, (ho yininif sitlti; I berjan Carelul. In John II. Smith, Logan Hubble, "Mr. De Pour, o will be obliged In short wbllo I saw a (5. M. Dcshon, J. N. Ross, accept mo for an uutiii;ouUt this mornmarked difference... ing Instead iif IMyiir t'orsythe, who Is Fisher Herring, II. . Cox, I grew stronger right along, and It cured me. uttuy nud kieins nutliluc of jour dial Hughes liros, J. W. Sweeney. I am stouter than I leuce. Ills sHter, my llancee, conceal-is- l Withers Dros. W. M. Mahan. havu been la years." It from hlni, Intending to meet joil William, Marcus and Jim White, If you suffer, you can In his place. Sim railed 011 1110 to net H. F. Wilmot. J. I). pan. npproclnto what It us her necoiul, but I Insisted In tuMn; Fred J. Conn, means to bo strong nud Mrs. David Chenauit. Iho part of principal. U tvr) thliitf well. Thousands of woJ, tV. Elmore, W. R. Cook. ready 1" men glvo Cardut tho T. C. Rankin. Huffman Dros, Do Pour ktoiwl HlcX'k Mill for mocredit for their Rood Sam. Cotton, Wm. O. Anderson. ment, then turned without a word and health. It should help you. Trv Cardul. At all T. M. Arnold. Jr, walked away. IMitli nnd her betroth W. I). Moss druggists. R. K. Henry. rl returned to her home uml to break-fusJno. M. White, Later a ineseiiKer came from A. D. Ilradslmw, Bright Herring. m Pour Willi the money fur the fuu R. L. liarker. Scott Huffman 7 Iho note, Intel and costs. Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. prout-lhi)30-1- . 11 coif-enti- Dr. Printus Walker. J.E. EDWARDS, O 11 white-was- I 12 Gals. 111 11 1111 nm-plnni-e 11 ltmber-ncc- rl'i if Women suf-Scr- 11 1 e 11 1111111 11 11 t. E-- tt The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13, 19I7. Special Advance Sale Fine Furs SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON FURS FOR SEPTEMBER. just received over $2,000.00 worth of New Animal Scarfs, Stdles and Muffs, which are the first selection from the season's stocks. We have These are in the most wanted Furs, such as Red, Brown and Black Foxed, Pearl Gray, Taupe, Brown and Black Wolf, Genuine Mole, Kolinski, Black Lynx, Etc. Prices of pieces rai.ge from $10.00 to $90.00, and during the month of September we will allow a h from the the regular prices. special discount of one-fift- It is greatly to your interest to buy furs in September as they are going higher and you make a clear saving of 20 per cent on the price get the most select skins and have the use of them for the entire season. WE ARE RECEIVING DAILY SHIPMENTS OF NEW FALL TAILORED AND SERGE DRESSES. SUITS, WAISTS, SILK DRESSES . : Main Street. The Central Record . A. B. Robertson & Bro. of more than two thousand volumes has been given, through the Mayor and Council, to the city of Lancaster for In n few free use by its citizens weeks the books will be catalogued nnd numbered nr.d ready for circulation. The Club House Is convenient and commodious, beautifully furnished nnd well arranged. The Red Crost will make its headquarters in it, and the W. C. T. U. has been invited to hold its meetings there nnd the regular meetings of the club on each Thursday will begin in October. of The library Department the Womans Club is a regularly incorporated body under the name of the Womans Club Library Co., with a capital stock ot fourteen hundred dollars. The following are stockholders; Henry Moore Sanders Lumber Co, Geo I). Robinson, J. W. Elmore T. J. Price Mrs R E McRoberts Haseldcn Uros J. E. Stormes, II. F. Hudson. W. A. Wheeler Mrs. J. A. Ainon. Wm. Famau. Mrs J 1! Kiunaird. J. S. Huelden. Danville, Ky. I l!) To the soldiers of the national army; You arc undertaking u great duty. The heart of the whole country is with INCORPORATED. $1.00 a vear. you. Everything that you do will bo ssuED Weekly. watched with the deepest interest and J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. with the deepest solicitude not only by R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. those who are near and dear to you. For but by the whole nation besides. Entered at tbo Ton Office In Lancuter. Kjr., this great war draws us all together, Secoud-ClMill Mttlcr. i makes us nil comrades nr.d brothers, as Member Kentucky Press Association air true Americans felt themselves to De when we first made good our natend ional independence. The eyes of ail Eighth District Publishers League. the world will be upon you, becauso you are in some special sense the solLancaster, Ky., September 13, 1917 LEXINGTON'S BIG ATTRACTION. Tho greatest trotting Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv 0ili:es ...S 5.00 County ,Oflices 10.00 tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 For Calls, .per line .10 For Cards, per line .10 For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line .10 Obituaries, per line 05 ""or diers of freedom. Let it beyeur pride, therefore, to show nil men everywhere list only what good soldiers you are, but also what good men you are, keeping yourselves fit and straight in every thing and pure and clean through and through. Let us set for ourselves n standard so high that it will be a glory to live up to ft and then let ua live up to it and add a new laurel to the crown of America. My affectionate confidence' goes with you in every battle and every test. God keep and guide J. I. Hnmilton, you! W. 11. llurton, W00DR0W WILSON. meeting of the year, probably of any year, with 90,000 in stakes and purses, will begin at Lexington Monday. October nnd continue ten days. Amongst the stakes to bo decided are The Kentucky Futurity ($1 1,000) for trot-ttrThe Futurity ($5000) for two-- ) ear old trotters; The Hrcedrrs (Hkx)) for trotters; the great Transylvania ($50(10) always the greatest (!) race of the year for the all agn division; the Walnut Hall Cup ($.1000) a drawing card always; and the Castle-toCup for which it is certain that Mabel Trask and St. Frisco will meet to renew the hitter struggles of last year. The railroads ot Kentucky arc offering reduced rates on account of this. 1 three-year-on I ! B-- 4 1 See of Shirts, Ties, Shoes, lamps, Glassware, Enameled ware, Fruit Jars and Rubbers, Buggy Whips, Oil Cloth, Rugs, Candies, Fancy and Staple Groceries, Jewelry and Notions. SUITS MADE TO ORDER $12.50 SEE SAMPLES TO S2 YOU BUY 1 I our line Overalls, 5.00 I I PRODUCE WANTED. SANDERS VARIETY STORE i m I CADET CORPS AT CENTRE DEMOCRATIC TICKET CROP ESTIMATES Show Large Production. For Senator. JAV HARLAN Representative. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. A. D. FORD. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. County Court V. link. A. doty. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. k. II. RAY. County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE 111GG1NS. Coroner. S. II. ANDERSON Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. LOGAN 1S0N. 2. Magistrate District No. 3. JOHN S. HAM. Magistrate District No. 4. J. M. METCALF. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge. FOREST STAl'P. For Assessor. A.J. SCOTT. The crop estimates of the United States Department of Agriculture for Kentucky show that approximately thirty one million bushels increase in corn will be raised in tho state this year. Wheat, oats and hay show an increase, but the statu will probably produco ten million pounds less of to bacco. It is interesting w nW nv BOYS PIG CLUB differences in price on September 1, 1917 and September 1 101G. Wheat PRIZES AWARDED has advanced from $1.41 to $2.20, corn from 90c to $1.69, oats from 53c to 79c, The Garrard County Pig Club coneggs from 20 to 27 cents a dozen. test ended Saturday when the pigs were inhibited at Lancaster and judged by Mr. W. W. Johnson, of Danville. JOHN BARLEYCORN The pigs were judged in two classes, Died Saturday Night. First, n clas3 for pure bred gilts and In the then class for market hogs. Manufacture of whiskey cease' breeding class, tho pigs were judged throughout the nation at 11 o'clock, on thuir individual merit, while in the Saturday night, when the prohibition market class the rate and cost of gain clause of the tood control act became was taken into account. effective. In the pure bred gilt cluss, first was Millions of bushels of grain which awarded to S. D. Cochran Jr., who won would otherwise be ground u p for with a Poland China weighing 190 whiskey will thus bo released for food. pounds. In the market class, first was How many millions, no one knows, for won by Joe Cabell Ramsey, with a Dur- the manufacture of alcohol for bever- oc Jersey harrow weighing 205 pounds. age purposes is so closely blended with The firm of Hudson, Hughes and the production of alcohol for industrial Farnau furnished the prizes which and medicinal purposes that there is no amounted to fifty dollars. Too much wnf to determine the exact umount. credit cannot be given to this public Of the 100,000.000 bushels of grain, spirited and generous firm for their or thereabouts, which goes into tho liberal encouragement of the boys, und distilleries each year, about forty per to Mr. W. II. Rogers, County Farm cent, experts estimate, comes out in Agent, for his work in managing the tho form of whiskey and other distilled Club and arranging tho show. beverage drinks. The remainder, mado The standing of the contestants was into alcohol of exactly the same char as follows: ucteristlcs as that used for whiskey, PURE URED dll.TS eventually finds its wiiy into perfumes, Prize. liiced Name, toilet waters, bay rum, medicines and Poland Chinu $12.50 S I) Cochran to industries where denatured ahjohol 2- J as Tinder 7.50 Duroc Jersey is used in ever increasing quantities. 3Philip Tribble Ky Red Berkshire 6.00 MARKET HOGS. 1 Joo Cabell Ramsey, Duroc Jersey, PUBLIC LIBRARY gain of 210 lbs at cost tf 7J cents. Womans Club Library Open To People 2 Elgin Uroadus. Poland China, gain of 151 lbs ut cost'of 8 cents. Of Lancaster. 3 Henry Moore, Jr, Poland China, It is of interest to the community to gain of 144 lbs at cost of 0' eta. George Swinebroad, Poland China, know that the Womans Club Is now in permanent.quarters and that its library gain of 130 lbs at cost of 10 cents. E. Dickerson, Joseph Merc. Co, Mrs Wm. Cook R. II. Tomlinson, W. II. Champ, R. Ziinmer. Mrs F li Marksburv V. A. Lear. W. T. West. Alex Walker, The public spirit on the part of the stockholders nnd the women, who have so successfully managed the purchase and the reconstruction of 1 1 piece of property known as the revenue nllice. deseives ami will receive tho thanks of the whole town It is nil uct of unselfishness and will result in great good. J. THIS PALL. A Junior Colleue Cadet Corns will ! organized at Centre College uwii the opening of the school. George Joplin. a graduate of the officers' training camp ut Fort Henjnmin Harrison, will take charce of the drill. Hp will h. assisted by men who have had training in the riattsburg camp. The United States GovernrriMit In. proposed to install electrical npparntus nnd equipment at the college for the instruction nr.d training of young men for service in the Signal Corps. It is probable that n class will bo organized in this work early in the fall. Centre lias offered the use of her laboratories for the doing or any Mfenrch work that will bo of any lieln to tho Government in the prosecution of the war. THE HUPM0BH! Let The ARCADE GARAGE do your repair work. All work Guaranteed. .Phone 81. TESTAMENTS POR SOLDIERS The following amounts liavo been received to date, for the Testaments, for Our Soldiers that are to go from Garrard county. $22.00 Christian S. S. Lancaster .. 32.75 Methodist S. S. Lancaster 7.10 Presbyterian S. S. Lancaster..., llaptist S. S. Lancaster. 5.00 . S. Paint Lick 10.00 Paint Lir-Drowns Chupcl and Harmony S S. 1.00 1.1)0 Hinttsville S. S Total $79.75 DODGE BROS CAR THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. - Other collections that Ijnvo been taken and nre being taken for this purpose, will the treasurers please bend the checks or money to Mr. R. L. Elkin or Walton E. Moss, Lancaster Ky, at once, so that wu may pay for these Wo have Testaments when received. ordered, through Mr. R. E. McRoberts, one hundred und twenty ('est Pocket Size, Morocco Iliuding, India Paper, Silk Sewn, Ruby typo Testaments weighing oz. each and costing $1 each wholesale price. If you have u friend, a son, a neighbor's son or a sweetheart and have not contributed to this fund, send or hand in your $1 to cither of tho above parties, as we are short soma $ 10 nt tho present time. i Capitol $50,000. A. R. SurPj"S $30,000 Vice Pres't. S. C. DKNNY. Cashier. J. L. Giix, DENNY, President' J. E. STORMES, J. R. Harris, TEACHERS EXAMINATION Garrard County Teachers Examinations will be held In the Court House at Lancaster, September 21 stand 22nd Jennie Higgins, Supt. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. 1 Samuai D. Cochran, Alex It, Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, 8. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13 !9!7. Agent for Durham Cultipacker Vanbrlnt Wheat Drills. Simile and Double Fertilizer and Plain. Deere and Oliver Riding Plows. Gossip About People Dr. It. I., l'ontlus, of Lexington, v Miss Lena the gilsat of visitor here Sunday. Mr, Will Hico Ainon has entered the Miss Julia Ing relatives Stale University at Lexington. Mr. It. Zimmer Is in Cincinnati, llright I lelativcs. in Cincinnati, YOU I I. FIND IT IN flllS COLUJIN Itel I is In Lo'iisvillu und friends. visit Air. William where ha underwent an operation, A Hrltl Mirtion of Hit Comlnei ami Mr, W. S. Ferguson of Covington Hemn iinrt Hiiekwhcnt Mnchincs. John Deere Cuttini' Harrows, Jolin Art Inttmttd In. Oiitni lyTliou Vi Is here for n visit to his old home. Dccrc Wagon- s- licit mm the market nt a .irice tluit will astonish you nn Mr. Irvine Stapp left Monday for Ajlcttt for John Deere Implements. Mm Cleveland Host- - U visiting Mm Ilcrea, where he will enter College. J.S. Gilbert. Mils Irene Aldridge left Tuesday for SIMUii Lfllie Jinn's Is visiting Mr. Ilcrea where she will enter the College, Deal House. The Jnck llrndrei in Danville. pir. William aices ot Uoruin, was Mr. mnl Mrs. Trunk Mnrksbiiry arc here Sunday for a visit to Lancaster friends. attending llif State Fair this week. air, anil sirs. w. II. Ilrown weie Itev. und Mrs. Henry Hudson have among the Lancaster visitors at the returned from u delightful vncnllon. State Fair. Mr ami Mrs II. II. Cox nml family Mr. J turns I'ierce of Lebanon was in were visitors in Lexington, Sunday. Lancaster the guejt of Mr. J. Mrs Hanks Hudson Iihi been visiting W. Sweeney. Mrs Smiley Hughes ami other triends. Mr. Allen Johnson will leave this Mrs F. I.. Drowning hi id little son, week for Chicago where he will enter I Robert, are in lrlianun, visiting Iter Electrical ichoul. liurciits. Dr. Win. I'ryor left Tuesday for Stlscs Anns Powell anil Georgin Saint Louis, where he will visit relaI Moss left Monday for Richmond where tives md friends. they will cuter school. Miss Lida Rainey left for Danville Mr, Htnl Airs. Jus. (!. Conn were the today, where she will continue her guests of .Mr. nnd .Mr. 0. C. Rucker studies nt IC. C. W. ut Paint l.ick, Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Thompson and daughter Lucile have returned home after a weeks Mr. Arthur Joseph has returned to his home in Somerset lifter u visit to visit to Mrs. Ilujileii Miss Margaret Cook left today to his mother, Mrs, Elizabeth Joseph take up her studies at the Kentucky I nine, Louisville, College of Mrs. Hunter for Women nt Danville. has returned home nflei a pleasant Mr. and Mrs. C. I!. Henry and pretty visit to Judge and Mrs, I.'. W. Harris, come and look. I will be pleased (o show baby of Kirksville, were week-enMrs. William Famau and son, Ken guests of Mr. W. G. Clark and family. very close prices. you and will make you nedy, of I.nncnster, are guests of Mr. Mr Carl Acton, who went to Tort Hudson. -- Danville Hanks and Mrs. llcnjandn Ilnirison ai a substitute, has Messenger. been accepted in the Officers Tinining Mr. George Hanis and charming Corps. wife linve returned to their home in Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Scntt of CinIlirminKham. after a visit to Judge and cinnati, are here for a visit to her sisK. W. Harris. Mrs. ters, Mrs. t)js-- Sisk ami Miss Hulda Mrs II. M. Ilrown and children of Hoyle. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Miller ate the Maryville, Tenii.. are visiting her par cuts. Mr and Mrs II. IJ. Cox, and Mr guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Hughes at Louisville, und are attending the and Mrs A. H. Ilrown. Stale Fair. OF Mr. Murray Mill.'r. who has been Kavanaiigti has entered College at Danville, Home for rcrt. FOR SALE-Ne- A. II. Ilastin & Son Mr. ni.d Mrs. Pmil J. Artuld Jiavo gone to liinnil lower Illinois. J. R. w Ford Sedan. Harris, i.t Natlonnl Hank. J. R. MOUNT & CO. DISSOLUTION Sun-Jay- , FOR RUNT; The E. W. Harris store .nr. ioy a. sanaers is in room. (0 0 3t) II. C. Hamilton. this week attending the Stole Fair. FOR RENT: I have about sixty aero Mr. Desn Zanone is a visitor nt the of gras, suitable for .uttle grazing. Slnto Fair in Louisville this week. Plenty of water ar.d shade. Write, Miss Kliza Lunslord of Cincinnati, (SMf) F. P. Phlllirs, Stanford Ky., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack When you buy n rarge that has prov Cox. ed Itself to be the best, your money Mrs. J. It. Mount is visiting friends has been well invested. The MAJES and relatives in Lagranue ami TIC DK.MONSTRATOR will, during the week commencing Sept. .17th show Mrs. Ed Price and Miss Toiumte you why the MAJESTIC is the best, Francis are visiting iclatives in Rich- ard why it actually saves you money. mond this week. CONN IIROS. Miss Allie Arnold lett last week for Morgonton, N. C, wliere she will "FARM FOR SALE" Acres, will sell (CO) acres in one track, orOlijlMO) with Improve(UK! have bought out R. H. Batsons interest in the store and want to reduce the stock. When you need any CLOTHING, SHOES. HATS AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS teach this year. Mrs. Dave Sanders and Mr. und Mrs. Sanders aio attending the Stale Fair this week. Miss Anna Margaret Elkln leaves this week for Louisville where she will take a business course. Mr. and Sirs. T. H. Walter of Kcvito Ky. are here for a visit to their daugh ter. .Mrs. M. S. Hatfield. Lioone ments, N. H. BOGIE Lexington, Ky. SMW FOR SALE rje. Phone Rest quality - wheat and 3S2-E. C. Cheatham. d AUTO FOR SALE . Miss Mabel Gill of Cincinnati is with Mrs. Joseph Francis, und will have Having enlisted In the service of charge of her fall millinery. "Uncle Sam" I olTer my Moline Roid-stc- r for sale. Call on Dr. II. J. Patiick Mr. S. 'II. Kites and sou. Willie, were in Georgetown Sunduy, the visit Paint Lick, Kv. W. L. Carman. ors of .Mr. Harvey M. Estes. Mrs. Clara Traylor of Richmond has been visiting her sisters, .Mrs. J. P. Doty and .Mrs. J. A. Arnold. W. T. West. Lancaster LOOK HERE! OUR FALL OPENING wmtK W i tap'' to Miss Florence Johnson has gone to n two weeks vacation with Messrs Hurl, O'Neal and Etninett Lexington to enter the Conservatory of Ilroaddus, has returned to his home in Music, and will also take some work in State, College. Chicago. spending WILL UK ON Saturday, G. M. FISK PATTERNS. Sept loth. LYONS. Mrs. Joseph Francis and Miss Mary Rev. Henry Faulkner, who is visiting buyMr. W. H. Mason, ably filled the Pres. Arnold are in Louisville this week hytcrian pulpit hut Sunday, preaching ing goods preparatory to Mrs. Francis' millinery opening. to n crowded house of attentive nnd appreciative listeners. Mrs. Chas. Davis and beautiful little daughter. Josephine, have returned to Mies Anna Miller and Misses Mary, Chnttanoogo, after u visit to Mrs. Clementine and Lorcttu Elsener, have Elizabeth Joseph. returned to their home in Charleston, .Mr. and Mrs. Woodford Spears of West Va . after spending their vacation with their parents, Mr and Mrs N, Pan, motored hero Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Mary Lackey and Miller. Miss Jcanie Lackey. Mrs. Leda Matlock and Mrs. Sisk have returned to their home in Illinois, after a delightful visit to Mrs. Ossee Sisk and Miss Hulda Hoyle. Itcv. Moorman of St. Joseph Mo, tilled the pulpit at the Christian Church Sunduy, in the absence of Hev. F. M. Tinder who is on his vacation. Misses Florence Johnson, Mamie Stormes Dunn nnd I'dna Herkele left Tuesday for Lexington, where they will enter Kentucky State University. Promptly at two o'clock in the afterMr. Robinson Cook left lajt week for noon of September 21st Mr J. 11. Kemlowu where he will take nn agricultural per, on the Lexington pike, will sell to course in the University of thit state. the highest bidder the following: Four cows, 5 calves', and :i yearlings, .Miss llrunetiu U. Arnold is visiting One-hal- f good of ..v. u.d.v., ..at... w. .lll.. (1UII1 Ul all of exlra corn; 1 quality. good buckboord and Simpsonvillo and attending State Fuir 18 acres of at Louisville. harness; some furniture and various Also one good family .Mrs. Dave Dunn of Danville who was other things. the guest of Mrs. Ellen Owsley, was horse, safe for ladies to drive. Terms made known on day of sale. called home, Monday, by the tragic J. U. KEMPER death of ilr. M. S. Haughman. Capt Am Uourne, Auct. A card from Mr. Hollis Waireti, who left for Camp Taylor last week, stales that they arc all well and pleased with the Camp. He says th.-- have room for 00,000 soldiers and still building. decided to sell my farm, 1 PUBLIC SALE. Having - Lieut. Kctor Lnwsou was here for a few days last week on his way to Camp Isaac Shelby, wheie h was ordered to take up his duties with the National Guard. 4 ' Customers, tiivts yon ilijjr 57l( T 9 IS H! TTrtft ? Jt' lM" SsXv coupons which we redeem Urntid Aiiimintim. Trailu wliere you Ae your inoncy's wr.h and n premium. with Quality sjlgd IrfToi I I III Davidson & Tomlinson fi loo C0UP0NS1 1 J3y ASR F0R Y0UR I Mrs. L. Manuel and sons, J. D. und Alvln. were in Richmond Saturday and Suuday for a visit to their cousins, Mr. Miss Ada Warren entertained vvrv and Mrs. D. It. Alman and Mrs. Virgil delightfully, ut her humo last Thursday llauuhman. night, complimentary to her brother, Mr. S. II. Kates and sou, George, Mr Mr. Hollis Warren, who left Friday, A large S. G. Kates, Mies Detune, Hunter and for Camp Taylor in Louisville. Mrs. L. Floyd left Wednesday for a number of young folks responded to the visit to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pender-gras- s invitation of the popular hostess. Quite nt Deatsville. Ky, and to attend u number from Danville and Marks- - j bury were among the guests. Delight-- 1 the State Fair. ful refreshments and fancy cakes wcro Mrs. W. It. Mason has been called to served and after n jolly social hour the Wilkes-IlnrrPenn, on account of the young folks departed for their homes, illness of hereon, William II. Mason. Ir. aftei expressing thanks to the hostess lie is .it the, home of his sWtcr, Mrs. for u joyful evening spent, und wishing W. F. Logan, and is on sick leave from u safe return fur the honor guest. the Tinted States' Navy. Ills many friends here hopo for his early recovery LOST, between iledgevillu nnd White Judge John W. Hughes, of Dunille, Oak achoul house it plaid spring coat. Collector of Internal Revenue for the I'leaso return to this ollice und receive F.ightli district, who underwent an rewaul. and has been confined to a The offer of a set of kitchen ware Louisville Infirmary for over two weeks MA has recovered sulliciently to return FREE to every purchaser of during demonstration week is home oud take up his olllciul duties. JESTIC gift to While Judge Hughes showed the effects genuine. It Is an Of n .MAJESTIC range of his illness, he smilingly told his eveiy purchaser price of this range with a repufriends here that ho still had plenty of und the Seo this Democratic light yet left In him und tation remains the same. that ho socn expected to be. in better uemonstration itunng the weel; com iiiencing .Monday nt out sture. I turn than ever. -- Louisville Times. CONN IIROS. Friends of Kobert K. Lee Murphy, u former Lexington lawyer, who has PAINT LICK. been under training ut the Fort lien- G. W. Rico of Paint Lick will sell jumiu Harrison olliccrs' reservo camp, received word recently that he and 25 his splendid residence and several buildotners had loft Fort Henjamin Harri- ing lots In Paint Lick and fS ucres of son for Long Ilranch, Ontario, to take land, also u lot of household and up intensive training for the aviation kitchen furniture and Livery outfit on corps of tlio American army to bo sent Sept. 2uth. The sate will be conducted by Swine-broato Europe. Lexington Leader. Mr. Murphy is a former Garrard the Real Estato man of Lancascounty boy, having lived here until ter. Look for his adv. in next week's issue of the Record. five years ago. Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Iltttlield and two will un bright children, and visitors, Mr. and SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th. Mrs. T. li. Walter ot Kcvito, motored at 10 n. m. offer to the highest bidder. to Louisville and were visitors at the P2 acres of farming land, located State Fair, Tuesday and Wednesday. two miles east of Point Leae one. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Collings.lefl this mile from Gooch pike, ;ormcry known ' - Mrs. G week, for a visit to h!, Its Coldlron At Dyehouse property. G. Williams und .Mrs. M. E. Ticheliol", This farm contains n good four room of Louisville, Bud ta attend the State dwelling, guoii tobacco inn! slock barn Fuir. They will also visit relatives ut combined Any und well watered. Mt. Washington. neighbors having stock for sale can bring them to this sale us the land will Messrs. John Gill Kinuaird, W. II. Rogers, and Robert Tomlinson have bo sold in u few minutes. This land is close to good school and passed the physical examination for Uase Hospital No. 10. organized by Dr. churches. No fake sale, but will be high dollar. Anyone wishDavid Harrow of Lexington, and are sold for the expecting to be sworn into the Federal I ing to see this faim will he shown same any day before fale. The splendid Service during the coming week. crups speak well for the fertility of .Mr. und Mrs. O. R Carpenter left the soil. Tuesday night for their new home in Terms easy and made known on day Hendersonville, N. C, where Sir. Cur-- 1 of sale. JOHN COLSTON. penter will engage in business. .Mr Car- - V. r. King, Auctioneer. penter has for thepast two years been eonneeted with the Garrard Milling Co, ) and made many friends who regret to I see him leave. Lancaster people re-- 1 gret to lose this estimable couple, but Anyone desiring a the best wishes of all go with them to their new home. iout NOTICE Farm Currey Robinson Bine Gras in Jessamine or Fnyctte county, sec Y. Lancaster, Ky,, who will be glad to show you same and give you the lo.vcst prices. d .'lino HEATING, GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business uiipreciuted. will 03 P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13 !9I7. Bl Ill POULTRY AND EGGS FATTENING TURKEYS. Preparation For Market Should B.gln With Rather Light Feeding. (Prepared by 1'nlted Ptnte department acrl.'ulluro. f j Don t Forget School Books Must be Sold r T ONLY FOR CASH. fattening turkey, for the market 436 Acres of Best Land in Garrard Co. Wednesday, Sept 1 9th, at 1 0 a. m. Sub-divide- d and sold in I . 50 to 250-ac- re Tracts. fron- Located on Crab Orchard pike, tage of 3-- 4 mile from Lancaster, with of a mile KNOWN AS THE THOMPSON OR WALKER FARM Its reputation for fertility is widespread. Ask about it. Everybody knows it. Tobacco und Hemp land, unsurpassed in fertility. Brick residence, fite stock boms, silo, tobacco barns, etc., and other improvements. This farm is in the midst of a hospitable and moral people. Lancaster lias fine schools and churches, good markets, water works and electric light service, which con be extended to this farm for light and power. In my IS years experience in the real estate business and the sale ol over $1,500,000.00 worth of property I have never sold better land. This is the opportunity of a "life lime. If you see it you will want it. Remember the date and don't buy until you see this farm. Boliver Bond on the "Block." JERSEY HEIFER AND GOLD -- Brass Band. GIVEN AWAY. MONEY BURGOO - - BURGOO. SWINEBROAD The Estate Lancaster. Kentucky. Real Man. SOVEREIGN GRAND LODGE an excellent plan li to begin about Oct. 1 to feed night nnd morning, not feeding enough at n time, but that tlio birds go away still feeling n little hungry, and gradually Increasing tho quantity until they are given all they will clean up three times n day during tic week before marketing. Ily the latter feeding Is meant that they nre fed until they leave tho feed nnd walk nway. Some turkey raisers feed wheat nnd oats during tho first part of tho fatten-in- g season, gradually changing to corn as tho weather becomes cooler. Tho majority, howcter, begin feeding heavily on corn about Nov. 1, and slnco turkeys are not accustomed to such heavy feeding scours often result, especially If now corn Is used. New corn can be fed safely If tho turkeys nro gradually i accustomed to It by feeding lightly nt I first and more heavily afterward. i Confining turkeys during the fatter,- - j lug season to prevent their lining so much energy lu ranging has been tried , to somo extent, but with very little success. Thoeo contlnol to a pen cat ' heartily for two or threo days, but , after this they lose their appetite and besln to loso flesh rnnldlv. On allowing I 1 them free range again they pick up rapidly and nre soon eating as heartily 1 as ever. Tho better method is to, alIO low them free range, as it keeps them Moxntv, ncTonr.it i. MTomw. orronrn . in good, healthy condition, and they Tl. lV.lr.nl nail Tap, tilt Trailing.,! S.MO Th Kealnekr (S..r.r-l.- l Iralirr.) I t. The I'ulnrllt It r.r.ol.l. t, .noo."r"'1"" Mnfcra ( t.(rer..lj. , aro always eager to be fed. Trailing I, trot la... I'arlaia . I one 1 17 ". lacing rsuts of various kinds nro n natural rill II..-- . I'arlai liouO.S'O Ha, l,l0 feed picked up by tho turkeys on the orronrn . moniiw. T,M fa.llrlnn. I re.far.all, Trolling. range. Of theso beechnuts, chestnuts. Krnturky Trrmv, ocTonr.it f S.ftr-rnliirllr. ,SIIi-Im"p.. ll.lrar-aJ.IO.M . pecans nnd ncorus aro thojo most com 5:us I la.- -. Tralllne la.. ,. Um Trailing i.am) till I lax, Tr.illlnc . taring monly found by them. . jJ.S'OS He... I.eeo SiOl rating I TVE'.ntv, orronrn p. e Ciponlxlng. The rnmtwl.n,!. t.CJ ..!.-.!,- . raring. ,1 I.SM lllnnar Makra (l.irar.uld.i Turkey males nro harder to fatten I'liarnlt i u.. Site I la... Trnttlng I.O. t:on lla... trailing , I im than the females, nnd they aro spe- till Trailing l.ooo S:IS lla.., I.MO 1:0 tla... racing . cially hard to get In good market condiMIM-.MllVIMTIIliril 10. Ilclng much tion by Thanksgiving. s J.teo inr .i.iiiena. Ilia Tmlllag TiiriisiMr. ocronrn . faring tnturll. larger than the females, they rcqulro A The Tran.iltanla. J:r7 Trnltlag. . ,S a.lOO Ilia llr.l of Oinmrrrf', l'aln ,mra .5:09 f la... Trolling in. .l great deal of feeding to cover their Trallrr. l I, ITS I la... Tralllne I nun He-- ., , r.ing Tiit'iisnw, orronrit 11 frames with thick lajers of Juicy meat, ifivti Trelllag t it and In addition lo this It Is tho uatnre ( minir, ocToiirn j. . . t to !.... Trailing of tho young males to separnto from Ti.n nine irn... ties raring t i.oon t l (1 mr-OI- J arnTrollrr. .. ..... I IrAil Tlirr-l.(n tho remainder of the llock nbout Octo- - ; Jft '"yi?.,&'"'"?''"",n-- " ami sTfiinv. orroiu.r 13 icr or OTemi)er nun range over a itiu. sue t ia... raring , .imi 11 liL'.i.m i.ii. tr area than the Tcnialee. cry llttlo has ever been done In tho way of turkeys, but when It has been tried the capons were found to be much quieter in disposition and lcs liable to MGRobfirts Driin Stove Kentucky's Great Trots 45th Fall Meeting Oct. IN8ATIONAL RAO to 13, 1917 KVENV DAY DM rie. " !. !. l.r The Royal Scotch Highlanders In Daily Concerts "i e t Daily Thought. There N but one straight road to Success niul that Is merit. Bourki Cochran. J ""REDUCED KAILltOAD llVTES-- " ODD will meet Round Trip at FELLOWS Louisville Kentucky, September 17th to 22nd, VIA 1917. From Danville. He's Generally Prepared. The man who marries for money must prepare t low, honor nnd obey it. l'ittsburgh l'o-- t. On the Level. metal hall moving In n cur veil Class tube tilled with n lluli has been Invented In Inland to enable an aviator to sec nt u glance the deviation of his airplane from the horizontal. A Southern Railway System. Tickets on sale September 14th, 15th, and 16th. Good returning to reach original starting point before midnight 26th. 1917. Apply to local ticket agent for tickets and full infer maiion. Sep-Umb- Aluminum Foil. A Swiss process fur the manufacture, of aluminum loll cimMMs of routing sheets for the metal ulth oil, folding or filling n number of them together rind rolling tbeui uutll they arc us thlr. us SSlrd. i, When Women Ruled. Ethiopia wiih described by the Greeks and llomnns its the country winch lay to the (south o Egypt. Shortly before ilic birth of Jesus h native dynasty of vomcn holding the official ltle of Conduce held sway In Ethiopia and even resisted the advance of Roman arms. One of these Is the queen noticed in Acts 8:27. A Warning. After roor DIgby had been floored by ptomaine poisoning after n restaurant, luncheon at (C Chinese Vogley, the facetious physician, pronounced It mi attempt at which explains why It was the physician and not the patient who was fallen to the hospital In the ambulance. Chicago Herald. sBi TI10 Illustration elionrs a DKk ot Drono turkeya In Ino stubble. Hero they Lcu'ln tl'e iiepnratlan for Tho creln unJ Insects they pick up ktep them cronlng In tlxe anJ make tlicm ready (or luavy (eidlng . Jft VI III If You Need a range oer n wldo area than tho toms, and this character Miould be of considerable advantage In gelling them in condition fur the market. Marketing Turkeys. Tho marketing season for turkeys N very short, running from the middle of November to the latter part of Decem Most turkey raUers roll their ber. birds nllvo lo poultry dealers, who ei ther dress them or ship them nllvo to city dealers. I'armcrs near tho city markets mid particularly those In tho inlddlo Atlantic and .Vow Knslmul states often dress tho turkeys and either sell them direct to tho consumer or to city dealers. In soma sections shortly heforu Thanksgiving thero Is held what Is known as turkey nay. un tho day before this event every turkey grower Its tho neighborhood kills und dresses tils turkeys nnd tho following morning brings them Into town, whero thev are bid on nnd purchased by what ever hiijcrs cheoo to be there, tho birds going lo tho highest bidder. tn sections In which turkeys nro grown In large numbers, as tu Texas, dressing plants hao been bunt uy noultry dcalirs, who buy tho birds nllvo ami dress them for tho various city markets. In such cases practically all tho turkey raisers sell to these dealers, who often send buyers out Into tho country to gather up n drovo of several hundred birds by stopping at each farm as thoy pats, weighing whatever turkeys tho farmer may have to sell, and adding tlicm .0 thoso ulrendy collected. BIx or eight men can drlvo n flock of 1,000 turkeyj ten or twelve miles n day. As soon as possible after tho turkeys aro received at tho dressing plant they aro killed, dry picked, cooled and pack. td In barrels or boxes for shipment. Killing and Dressing. In killing and dressing turkeys on tho larni they should first bo deprived of .feed For SALE ON Wheat Drill Wednesday, AT TEN October 3rd, O'CLOCK A. M. I will offer for sale atjPublic' Auction on the premises 801175-10- 0 Acres of Land To Polish Furniture. To polish mahogany furnlturo that appearance: To nbout ias a blue-gra- y ft quart of clear water odd n table-tnoonfof good strung vinegar . In tlio solution saturate n clean chamois pnd wring us dry ns possible, rub lightly tlio surface 16 bo cleaned and polish with dry cheesecloth. If first application docs not remove the cloudy look, repeat tho operation In ubout a week. we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. Phone 27. Becker & Ballard. Bryant svllle, Ky. The Balanced Ration, 'c hear much of tbo balanced ration, and It Is most Important when you are feeding cows and chickens. Out there Is very little fear that tho average healthy human being will fnll to get an adequate amount and n proper and balanced proportion of the different kinds of food If ho Is 'given a good table and a freo choice. There Is no poorer economy than trylng-t- o dklinp on food. Wushlngton Tost. Being afpart of the farm known as the Tom Walker Farm situatedon theKlrksvllIc and Hyattsville pike, three miles from Kirksvllle and four miles from Hyattsville on a good pike. This farm is well watered and wellfenced and is an ideal location for a fine home.Thls land Is all in grass except 15 acres and is welljadapted for Corn. Tobacco and Hemp. Possession given to same on Jan 1st, 1918. Anyone desir Ing to see the property may do so by calling on T. N. Cotton. Terms made known on day of sale. John Phone No. 866. H. Gibson. RICHMOND, KY. for twenty-fou- r hours,, but glrcu The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13, 91 7. 1 D IFARMER'S COLUMN I A PARTY WIRE By OSCAR COX u -- llll OFON- - iptct below ilil) heic.mn ! lot the cictu iro me ot our itrrarriuliicrlberi, anil I, lor he itlc ol :oc, r ni mill inch tliinga ou the Itrmer cannot affotd to ailrer. 'urn Ik. No notice will be nfcrrlrd Ofer tour (in, unit will be only In tiro l.tnei el the troii n. IrreafehtKe M Acres of good grans for grazing. J. J. & W. 1). Walker. KOIt SAl.E-Two Southdown 22 head DWELLING HOUSE AND BLACK SMITH SHOP two and three yiars old. KOIt SALE Ilucks, W.ll. Drown extra good ewes W. (1. Clark. FOR SALE An cxtrn gooil Herford hull, one year old. Jack llourne. KOIt SALE; One extra gcod yearling bull. Clarence Green. FOR SALE 18 My telephone pjrly wire Is US I W. liu-- t n gnirulmis girl, whose N'ext Ilvii Trewml.ilc U, miiiiiIht It is M her iiiiiik', Mini rlii has a Ishoiii friend, Cunt lindens, Willi whom idle tarries, on lung Hlmlid ciiiiU'roulliiiia uter t Is? wire iiihI uluiiy.s at' llmt Imiir In the I ntii, morning when It I must In r. n lller.iry limn mill do my dfrllilillng nt home. Tin- - nthir iluy liefui'e kUuu;;' down In my iluy' i.urk 1 desired to1 confer with my puMMiers with refer-- ! t u xlnry wtltlen' eniv In Hie cln-lu- g to order on n plan Miggoted by it nielli-tier of (lie lirni. Naturally I lnuk to dir Saturday Sept., 22nd. at 2 o'clock surrey. shoats and one good Bright Herring. KOIt SALK: Two sets of furniture, two folding beds and several carpets. Mrs. C. A. Hoblnson. KOIt SALE; Sow and five pigs. George Carpenter, Lancaster. KOIt SALE:-O- ne at public auction on the premises at Paint Lick" the following described property, known as the Griggs 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. T., R. A. and J. P. Ralston We will offer for sale PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. fur Instructions in I priieod, On' d till, particular winilon 1 to know whether I should ellmliiule one of Hie characters before closing tho yarn. I called the nililIslier'M mitnber. "Tho line It busy." I wax about to drop tho receiver and watt till the Hue would bu free'when heard the well known melodious volco of Miss Trowsdale: "What uro you going to do todny, Ulni nl.-he1 howl, .the wind tries to loosen the paint from your home. It drives its way into the cracks and crevices. First it driel the exposed wood and then swirls in the torrents of rain. Decay follows the soaking and spreads under the painted parts. 8 With every Wind Dutch Boy Phoenix d Paint which wilt prevent this destruction is made mixed with pure linseed White-Leaof Dutch Boy White-Lea- d oil. Either pure white or tinted any desired color, it offers a smooth, unbroken surface which neither wind nor rain nor sun can crack or scale.; Examine your buildings closely and let usjknow if . there is need of paint. W can'help you. C. C. & J. E. STORMES Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. 05. LargcOld Fashion Cora?" Whnt nro on golug "1 don't know. to doi" Mrs. J. A. Conn Jr, "I don't know cither." Lancaster, Ky, 'lint Tom It. been to call lately V FOIl SALE:-- 33 Stock Ewes; "Not last week. That horrid Y4 . Mm. J. Wade Walker. Phone Kale W. U makliis for him. It'd too dlnustliiK for anything to sec the wny FOU SALE: I Shoats. Miss Georgia she net when he's around." Ilryantsvillo Phone Dunn, Duena I Klglied, hung tip the receUer, paceil Vista. the tloor for mo ten minute and FOU SALE; 60 extra gsod. home tnlled ngnlu. They were still at It. I listened agahi at Intervals, but the diagrown 1100 lbs. feeders. logue wa still going on. Finally there G. A. Swinebroail. Ky. Lancaster, beemed to be a lull. Tho operator gave 1 got FOIl SLE:--20Walnut trees, me tho number I wanted, and Mr. Hathorne, with whom I wished to (lord size and quality good. A. D. Drown, Jr. rivals. "What do ymi thlulc I'd better do 4t FOIl SALE:- - Some loose clover liny. with Dudley V I asked. "I think you'd better kill him." Good iunlity and in good condition. Then followed one of tho-- confused Simpson Sisters, Marksbury, Ky. situations that sometimes occur when n FOU SALE-1- 0O bushels of seed Beveral persons nro trying to use time. wheat. Tests filj. Germination lest telcphonu nt tho kimo was n woman's "Oh, heavens!" It Spinning Wheel. 321-HCO-0 I am now prepared to P 5 linve large mnchinery and can do your work quick. Make n date with me and my machine and men will be there that day, if possible. Fill Silos I also will grind your wheat for the bran and give you as good flour as can be made in the state and about It. L. Hose. voice. 40 pounds to the bushel. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 33K-- All Occasions. or 8,'i. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. "Is that you, .Mary I" "Yen; some otto N platmlng a murder over this phone. I wonder If I should call the lillce." "Please send to Mrs. James II. Dont Sill vour old iron to hucksters Prompt Attention Wrlcbt two pounds of lamb chops, a GO Ilring it to us, will pav you cents bunch of celery" per 100. Highest price paid for country 'TuW wlru'H busy!'1 I shouted. "I've produce. Ilailey and Moss. got iKi"eiMon of Lt, and I'm going to keep It till I get through. Keep off Is that yon, Hatliornei'' everyliody. "Yes; what do you waut'r" "I'd like to know before I sit down of an to work 1'vo lost hour-w- hat I'd better do with Dudley." "If I were you I would" "Tho baby won't tako his food this mornlug-- , doctor. What shall 1 do?" At this point there was a dead siFOU SALE-5- 00 locust posts, cheap also grazing for cattle. J as. G. Conn. S Leslie T Bradshaw. YOUR, Rai ro II L three-quarter- s SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Sept 23rd lence. (THE lthe & n- - system (rates very heart of the indus- tnul .nniri unrl it milt Af artrt over which Southern commerce circulates to the markets of the world at a profit to the people of the South. By creating a railroad in the South, the L & N. affords conflant, lucrative employment to hundreds of thousands of people of the South. As the South prospers, the duty of the L. & N. to supply increased facilities increases and additional employment is afforded. During this time the & N. is not only supplying good service at mini mum rates, but is with the people .1 L 1 "Hello!" I cried. "Wliat nuraberi" came froni tho operator. "I was talking Just now with 3G42. Some one butted In and I've lost him. Can you get him for mo again" "Is this tho police ofllccV "Yes, muui. What Is it'i" "There U n murder being arranged over tho telephone. Some otip by tbo uame of Dudley." "Who's he golu' to kill, mumJ" "no Isn't golug to kill any one; lie's going to bo" The speaker was cut off by a click, mid I heard n locomotive evidently pulling out of n station. AH tho voices I waited till the train were hushed. had got away, then helloed till I was hoarse, without getting a reply. Then I began to work tho arm on which tho receiver hangs when not In use. At last the operator nsked: "What Humbert" "I want 3012. I had him, but 1 was cut off by n concourso from tho tower of Itabel." Presently there was n elkk mid tho query "Well, who Is It? In Hathornos voice. "I say, Hathorne, I asked jou nwhllo ago what I should do with Dudley hi my story. You suggested that I kill him. If I do that what shall I do with his sucethcait?" "What's tho prlco of eggs this mornlug?" "Sevenly-llv- o cents, muni." "fe'eo here, central!'1 'I shouted In a 1 get this wire for a few rase. "C'un't minutes this morning without tho whold town butting In?" Southern RarwaySvstem Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville, Ky. to Louisville Lawrenceburg .$1.00 $1 .50 Shelby ville Harrodsburg . . $1 .25 5 .50 and Similar reductions to all local stations betwttn Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. RETURNING No. 9 will be held for further at Louisville until . . .5:30 P. M. Information see Ticket Agent; Southern Railway System. I n Nunnally's Candies. i ii n ZD ( II ot the south in building for the future development of the South. I t ' CrHm Parlor. iwxv'vi average payroll of $21,839,547.66 is the means of support for 30,460 L & N. employees and their families, and is a subject of vital consideration to the welfare of the South, because everv one of these cmP'yces uvcs ,n an spends his money in the ooutn. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company is a Southern road : ninety-si- x per cent, of its operated mileage is below the Mason and Dixon line, and its interests and the interests of the people of the South are mutual. The annual r) 'Time, please." "Xluo tlfty-ulne.- " K .A ,4 "Thank you." "You're welcome." Thero was a click, anil In a few the operator nsked again: "What number?'' was boon in couliectlou with Hathorne again, inul no wero debating what should be done with Dudley when tbrie was another, a tlunl, Inter ruption in the olco of the woman who had spotted a murder. "There you uro, Mr, Pollco Ollleer. Those men who nro going to 1.111 somebody nrc talking uualu. I'd know their olccs ngnlu If I ever heard them." "Hathotne!" I shouted. Well?" "I'm coming around to your placo to I NUNNALLY'S . , Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. irrrsncweoocy- MwreOMCW Jl Louisville & NASiiviLiiin Railroad Co. The Old Reliable 1 "All right. I'll ho hero till lunch time." I have directed tho telephone com pany to put In a private wire for me. 1 1 ve hail all want of a parly oue. My opinion of party wires Is that a man's volco has no place on oue of them. They mo for women itid chil dren mid no one vise. talkltmer." Peach, TuUi Fruitti, Garo. ntel, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Teleptae Air Hev W. DC O. KING, Nt 202. Proprietor. DC 4 3 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 13. 1917. FOR YOUNG FOLKS Sleepy Time Story About Beautiful Heavenly Body. AN RED CROSS NOTES. n Tha rummago sale conducted by Iho Itrd Cross Friday and Snturdny nctlfl the Chapter nbout eighty dollars, Tli sale included clothes, eatable, furniture, etc. The auctioneer, J. H. Has elden, caused rapid Ami spirited bidding and to him is due a large thare of Ih success. OLD INDIAN LEGEND. HERIDA. Talis Tint Delighted tho Children Who Before tits White Dwelt Men Landed Here Two Orphans and What Became of Them. Tonight, Mid L'.kIc lien to MtlL Ned nml Tolly Ann, I am going lo tell you AN INDIAN FAIRY TALE. OF On Inst Tuidiv morning; nt 9'!M o'clo k, thf ilestli nngcl viMtcd tho home nf Mr. nnd Mr A. M Merida an.l clolne.l for its victim, their little seven months old infant, Cn-i-i Atnon Much sympathy is expressed for tin bcruavrd pnrcnU in their Um. The lumaius were laid to rest in Ihe Lancaster cemetery, Wednesday afternoon. This story was n great favorlta Willi the Utile Indian chlldicu, who night after night would lMcu to It with shining eyes nml open mouths nt some clover story teller spun tnle after tale tu tlic lltllo groups nbout tint Mmlng cainpflies. Shell wan no longer content to May at home, hut felt n longing to go traveling about all over tho world seeing nil Mtts nt Mrange sights. IJttlo Shell knew this was no llfo for his sUter. Ho went hoina and told her he must leave her. "So it, brother." fche paid. Then I will nwalt your return, when! I can always watch over your wander-lugPar up In tho eastern sky when the mornings are clear yon will sco I have always loved tho sky and me. wished to live there." So they parted, and the next morning a beautiful clear star tdionc far up in the sky nud has shown there ever fcince. It Is IJttlo .Morning Stnr, sister of Little Shell, whom the Indians sometimes call tho Utile Wild Man of the Mountain. And he has never como home, bo the Indians tell their children. Is not IJttlo Morning Star still to For be teen waiting In tho eastern heavens for Ihe return of her roving brother? And the Indians believe that some day he will come back, and then tho brother and sister will shine together in the ky. Brown Eyed Susans. Little brown eyed Hue OM stray Into a Arid of Mowers cay. And. very much to her surprise, She saw the doners had big brown eyes. The (lowers sayly tossed their heads Anil looked at her and (tently falJ, "What Is your name?" "My namo la Sue." "So you'ro a brown eyed Susan too." -- William A. Hoberti. A Rabbit For Charity. Not long ngo there was held In a town on Long Island, Jfow York, n fair that had fur its object tho ratling of The Indians Fay Hint loin; ago thera were two It tic orphnn, n girl nnd n baby hoy. Tho little girl brought up her baby brother. Ifo wns grateful for her caro. nnd n more loving brother and tlster It would huvc len hnrd to llml. However, ns tho yens passed T.lttlo Shell, ns he was railed, did not grow tall like other Indian ImK It wus long nfter other Indian youths of his age went out hunting befoic his would allow him to take hU bow and at rows and go Into the forest alor.e. He was so small that at llrst he brought In only tiny ganie, but he was bo clever that soon bo was the best hunter In tho forest. Their parents hnd left tho two a stream In which many duo beavora built their homes. One morning Utile Shell found a giant coolly killing these little animals. Instead of going away quhtly ''en told t do m, 1 Jit If Shell v, fiercely the ..iniit fought that tlic lad hnd troul.lo In tuklt.g caro but at last he whipped tho of hlm-el- f, limping nwa, never giant. sending-hito Iruiiblc any one n?aln. Itut the evil giant In going cast n curious over Little Shell IJttlo Two Garrard County Farms THE it. WOMANS CLUB. The Womsns Club wishes to express lo Ihe school board its sincere appreciation for the use nf the room in the school building during tho past two years. It congratulates the Hoard 0:1 the growth of the school and the additional faculty strength which requires the use of the beautiful room formerly occupied by the Club, In return It wishes to otter its cooperation and ser vices at any time the school may need It. BUYS .Mr GARAGE. has sold the Archie Dean ill nnd I SPESKE IM 1 OF 127 ACRES. IDE J. W. SPEAKE FARM OF ACRES AND if i !!rdhnw Hr.d K'tnilri 1 Kentlemen liavu taken noux-sdloDie itex is one ot the liest equipped garages section, nnd the new nrnnrl..inr in this have secured the scrvises of Mr Frank Conn nix I Mr 11 Dauehertv as Ics. These are two good automobile men who know the gamn from the ground up. ami their work is well known here. The Itex tins secured the agei.cv for the' lluick Car. ARMY Y. N. Walter Hiimmark Ilex enrage to Mrs.r !. s!I AT TEN O'CLOCK. RAJN OR SHINE 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 vwith 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 in splendid repair. Watered by springs and large fish pond. , C."a. Invitations have Writ issued for a ilmner conference to be held at the Itex Auditorium Monday nt six thirty. At' t'us meeting, the aim of the Y. 41. C A. and its tart in the war will be ex plained and discussed. Dr. W A. UranflcM, l'rrsulcnt of Centre College. Stanley Harris ami O. M. Adams of the Kentucky Y. M. C. A. will make All those expecting to be present are asked to notify Mr. J. W. this week. Preparatory to this dinner, sunlon service of all the churches will be held nt the School Auditorium on Sunday evening, lit which He v. Homer Carpenter of Transylvania College will be the preacher. CARD OF THANKS. Burgoo at This Place at Close of Sale 4 the frirndt and neighbors of our community for their kindness shown us during cur sad Iwur of bcreuvn.ent in the loss of our dar- Wc with to thank land 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 ling baby. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Merida. and children. RESOLUTIONS OF REGRET. regret his acreage. All in grass except 8 acres. Eight room dwelling, acre tobacco barn, improvements new. We. the members of llible Class, do sincerely departure. 1st. Ilecatise of the inspiration we receive from his pure Christian char- raao. - acter. of the splendid Instrucwc receive, from the illirient manner in which he conducts the class, drawing from his abundant store-hous- e of knowledge. 3rd. - Hecntiie rf the good fellowship tion - BRASS BAND. Gold Money. Registered Gilt. Valuable Presents Given Away. Come and buy quick. Land values are climbing and are still a long way from the top. Hear Bolivar Bond, the Great Auct. i that exists throughout the class through hi influence. Signed, Members of the Clas. POOR HOUSE FARM To Be Rented To Higbcsl And Best BisUtT Sealed bids will be received at my oflice until 12 o'clock noon, SATIJK-DA- SWTHMllElt i!nd. 1017. for THE REAL ESTATE MAN. SvvlNE I LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Planting Is Caey. "A cornlleld umUex lue Ihluk nf good Intentions." mid Undo llhen. "Do tfRBtlu' N easy. Do big Job Is Iceeplu' do weeds out," When Terns Become Yellow. I'lttce idtcoH of row potatoes nroutnl Tho worms, which huvo been feeding upon tho roots, will rotnu - f5)SlS Daily Thought. Creation Is great nud eunnot to derstood. Curlylo. un- I j I Qualities of Head and Heart, "llu head best leitve to O'e heart rthut thu beurt itlono divine." .V. llroiiHou Alcott. The Dower, The Suitor "What will your fattier bcttlo on tho man who tuurrie youV" TU Girl "All 4ho rest of tho family. I suppose." Agreed. Photo by American Press Association. BOT AND HIS bun.iv. Mistress "In Ilia time It takes mo to tell you how to do tho work I could do It myself." Housemaid "Yes'm and la tho time It taUcs ue to Ihten to you, so could fund to buy milk for tho poor babies of New York. Among tho many articles offered for sale was a boy's pet rabbit. Although very fond of bis pet, this boy gavo It up readily to belp needy llttlo ones. Tho picture shows him with bis pet la bis arms. II" Elastic Horsehair. For the Ousy Man. huvo fuutul that lliitMi iivliitur To remind liuslne men of engage-iticntprovide inuiigh lioistimlr cushion n hit been Invented elasticity to counteract Ihe vibration with ii pigeonhole for every llfleen of nlrplaup und make Ihe ue of mug- minutes, uieiuiirundiiui ilnfeil In u holu lietlc eoinpiisaes nsllftt-- . completing tin elistrle circuit that rlngi ii bell mi l u light when Many Do. the time for Hint Imlo arrives. Mure udvlru U given und lesi followed on Ihe subject of uiurrlugo than Soldiers Without Uniform. on tin) thing else. A woman teacher Washington's urmlex, when they hud who has preached iignliit teachers wore the familiar "Contlncti; marrying has nrteil eontrury to her uulforniH,bulT und blue or gray, hut tuls" of own udvlce. HiilTalo Coiutnerrlul. from different Muten bad for tho most part uniforms of their own. Tho The Odiy Man. majority wore whatever clothes would "Is Mr. Flubdub busy?" asked tho protect them without regard for unidltlldeut customer. "Mr. Flubdub Is formity. One part of tho American ulwnys busy." replied the pompous at- troops who received tho surrender of tendant. "Well, let him fctuy busy." Cornwallls at Yorktown wero lu uniAnd that's how Mr, Flubdub lost a big form, but tho moat of them still worn order. rsgs of homespun. -' llu-hregl-mcu- ts tho renting of Ihe I'oor home farm fer tho year 1918. On this farm ot 177 ucres is u splendid residence, und tobacco barn. About 50 acres to go in corn und tobacco, about 12 acres to go in smidl grain und thu balance in grass. Tho renter will bo required to tak cute of all pauprs sent to tho farm by the Court and will bo allowed liO cent per day for keeping nnd taking caro of each one. lllunk contract now un (We at the County Clerks olllco may be seen nt unv time. The court restrvei tho right to reject any uml nil bids. This. 10th day of September 1U17. C. A. AllNOi.D, Judge. Hardy Flowdring the fiins. out nfter tho potato. A Miiull Plants ans Bulbs The "Parakeet." bird of Jhe pur rot family now rarely If ewrtsvcii In Indiana was, half a century ago, souieulmt numerous In the southern part of the state. This bird, the paroquet, or us called by the curly settlers of this state, tho "parakeet," Is tho Carolina parrot nnd Is now scarcely known outside the swamps of Florida. For Fall Planting $2.00 worth of hardy plants und bulbs for full planting POSTPAID-f- or only $1.00. Write for particulars and KItKE FAU, FLOWEK HOOK, which tell what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. ROUTE, P. SINGER, THE FLORIST . HARRODSWRC, KY. I