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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 20, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917092001_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 20, 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 YEAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 20, 1917. Fresh oyster, any style. It. Zimmer, ARMY Y M. C. A. NUMBER 2S. giriE3i THE GREAT MAJESTIC rii5 RANGE SWINEBROAD SELLS 'EM WORKS LIKE A Holds Enthusiastic Conference. On Monday night (hero was held at the Itex a dinner conference at which plan were discussed in relation to the pnrt this County should play In financing thf Army Y. M. C. A, After a dinner served by the Circle Girls, the tnnstinastcr, Itcv. F. M. Tinder called upon Mr. Stanley Harris, Secretary for the Y. M. C. A,, who explained the part that the organization was playing in the war in furnishing amusement for the soldiers. He was followed lir Dr. Gnnflcld, 1'resident of Centre College, and Mr John Mcltobcrts, who spoke of the Y. M. U. A. from the soldiers side and explained wlml they were doing tor the amusement as well as tho religious welfare of the soldiers. Three committees, of which Messrs. Adolph Joseph, J. M. Farra and I.. G, Davidson are Chairmen, were nnnoint- eJ to raise the money which has been asked from this county. Demonstration rnd Sale See tlic Great Majestic the Rniifie with i) Reputation in its new dress. Let the fnctorv representative show you wliy the Majestic Bakes Hotter. Looks Better. Lnsts Longer, Hunts More Water Quicker nml Hotter anil Uses Less Fuel thnn nny other range. IS FREE lsTO"W CXtST- - g Swinebroad, the local real estate man, sold the Robert Spcakc I arm which he had previously purchased from Mr. Speuke at $100 per acre for an average of $120 on last Sauurday This form was divided Into three tracts and (JO acres were purchased by Jno. Morgan, 33 by W. I Hubbard and 30 by G, I. Morgan. On Wednesday morning Mr. Swinebroad sold the Alex This greatest of nil Walker place of 43ii acres for J. L Heaters actunlly pays Hamilton. It wns divided Into three for itself. tracts, 233 acres being purchased by R. K. Sprake for $191.50, 8i! ncres by W. II. lliown for $1M.G0, and 117 acres hv T. E. and T. P. Dlshon for $191.00. FURNICE MOORES FIRST MAP OF ARMY AIR CAMPS. TIGHT Ware with each Majestic Range sold during week ONLY TWO MORE DAYS LEFT to get this Set or Ware FREE ' Set or Marbcllzed and Copper the You enn huy n MAJESTIC on thenar NOW. than Inter " KENTUCKY even without the warn PRESS At n meeting of the Executive Committee of the Kentucky 1'resa Association held at the Seelbach hotel in Louis' LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. , ville last Friday afternoon, it was unanimously decided to linlj the 1917 at, Lexington. DecEE1G 3E The following If Ingram ember was sent by theommlttee to Secretary of tlie Treasury, William G. McAdoo; "Louisville, Ky Sept. II, 191". "To the Honorable Secretary ot the Treasury, William G. McAdoo. Washington, D. C The Executive Committee of tin-- Kentucky l'rcss Association, in session h'gs to advise that it is the sene of this committee, acting for the Kentucky press, that the forthcom- enger Agent, Cincinnati, 0. ing Liberty l)an bund issue be advanced hv paid newspaper advertising. They further beg to express tii you STATE FAIR WAS their sincere appreciation of the splenHUGE SUCCESS. did statement you recently issued regarding ndvcrtmng Liberty lx)an bonds The closing of the State Fair last in the first issue and the one now pro- Saturday night marked the most sucposed, and especially commend you in cessful fair ever held in the state, with saving: 'I realize thrt the newspapers' the total attendance eclipsed over any only profitable commodity is advertis- pacvious dates. ing space, and that there ate many paAlready plans are being materialized pers which are not able to give free ad- for the 1918 fair which will eclipse all vertising, especially in view of the high others and make other states sit up cost of print paper'. and take notice. The untiring energy of Secretary Krcmer and Commissioner Mat Cohen SECOND CALL is to be commended tor the burden of the success of the Fair layed largely Brings More Garrard Boys To Colors. upon their fhoulders. At the conclusion of the fair Mr. Notices were sent out Tuesday from the local exemption board here, calling Cohen made this statement: "I am proud of the people of Ken 'Jo more men to teport for military tucky and their loyal support of an in 18 Years Experience, service. which is wholly theirs. These men are to assemble here this institution "While I am rated as head of the (Thursday) afternoon where they will LATEST STYLES INSHELTEX & Z0L0N1TE RIMS remain over night and take the train State Fair, with Secretary Kremer and Friday morning at 8;!0 for Rowland, the State Hoard of Agriculture as a I Will be at KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER where they will connect with the spec cabinet, am first, last and always a peoble of this State ial train passing through that city custodian for the who have trusted me, and it gladdens about 1;30 I'. M. Extensive arrangements hae been my heart when they show their approval as emphatically as they have made to entertain the boys at a sumpthis vear. tuous dinner at the Hex Theater this "There Is no limit to mv ambitions evening, when Judge L. L. Walker will for the State, and Kentuckiansat large and a number of may act as toastmaster rest assured that I am already speeches trom our local citizens will be Optician. Optometrist. after features and formulating plans heard. Several hundred dollars have which will make the fair of 1918 a I Employ No Agents. been raised to provide for the enter pacemaker for every State In the tainment of our boys before their de- Union." parture and a number of the citizens of the rountv and town have spoken for tickets to these dinners. PATRIOTIC WEEK Fresh Oyster. Anv style. CLASS IN CHINA PAINTING, The 'Circle Girls" will see that all - Zimmer. IMW-Jwell served with an abundance of Picnics And Speakings Throughout The Miss Sallie Elkin will start her class are FOlt SALE New lluckboard. in Ch inn Decoration on Monday and everything and all the delicacies of the County. olllcc. Apply nt this season. will receive pupils alter that time. The following is the list of men call The State Council of defense has Joseph's store will be closed Wed- cd in the second increment and are to designated the week beginning Sep holi nesiUy, on nccount of the Jewish SELLING CARS. report this evening; tember 25th as Patriotic Week, and it day. Yomkepper, or day of atonement. JC Gcorgu Lytic will bo celebrated in every County In Kinnaird llros, report the sale of 14 Milton Ii. Lcmay the State. The object Is to Tiring A Hudson Mr. G. A. Swinebroad sold his tlfty four fine curs tills week. . 39 132 Lee Irvine the people the situation facing the I! ...!..... la. ..I In Super Six was sold toGcorge Itobiuson, neatl 01 leeumg tnuir, nu.viuavu 83 Robert Ycakey United States and our position as n and the Iteeord tho past Week, to Mr Frank also one to James Squire T. Whittaker belligerent nation. In order that GarSmith, of Lincoln, for nine cents u a llupmobiln touring car to Shirley Huford Smith rard County may not fall behind in this pound. Mr. Swinebroad says it pays Hudson, while Joe Walker wm the John F. Moore movement u program has been urranged purchaser of u Dodge roadster. to advertise. So say we. Charles C. Yuter to meet tho convenience of the people 74 15 Ed Anderson of all parts of the County. On Monday, Every i:reat trotter and pacer in G0 Thomas Reynold FARMERS a mass meeting will he held in the EXEMPTED. active training will be seen lit AmerJesse 11. Calico Court House at Lancaster, and at tliii ica's ureal Trotting Meeting Lexington local exemption board has recelv. The Dave A. Hume. 50 tunc plans will be discussed for adver October 1 to 111. As the track is the George Russell 11 tising tho campaign and bringing the best in the world, records will probably ed notice that Chester Lewis and John M. Ainon of this County have been ex41 Ma' Shelton object of the Wf ek before tho people. be lowered. Itednced rules on railroads. empted from military service on indus35 John II. Gabbaril On Wednesday, there will be an all day trial claims. No other claims of this 120 483 John S. Lcdford picnic at Paint Lick, at the High School PAINT LICK FARM. County have been heard from, but It is Carl It. Howling 12 building. On this day all schools in C1 Silas 1'reston You can rend in this issue the adver- possible that farmers will be exempted, tho Paint Lick district will be dismissed. Local speakers will be present, as tisement of tho Dr. Itnmsey farm if this ran be accepted as n precedent. 13- 1- 93 John Raker 03 which is being olfered for sale by Finch Otto Rowling well as Judge Carroll, of the Court of Rrogan Roberts On Thursday h similar dav Appeals. and Woods. This is one of the best NOTICE. 181-Martin Graham will be held at Ilryuntsville, when the farms in tho I'uint Lick neighborhood John I'. Foster schools will be dismissed and an After this week all subscribers who and will he olfered at public auction on 32 ThadLnkcs huvo been receiving their Central picnic will be held at tho High School Sept. i!7tli. Simon 1). White 58 ltecord,by tho carrier delivery, will On Friday, at Iluena Vista, grounds. 01 got their paper through the i'oat otfice. Talt Lunceford a picnic and Hag raising will be held, CONVENTION. DISTRICT 55 This is dono for the saku of economy, Ernie Maluar and the schools dismissed. On Friday Louis Williams 35 night at Iluckeve a speaking will, be The Eighth District1 convention of the high cost of paper and the cost of 13 Oscar Ileazley held. On Saturday at Lancaster, them tho Women's Federated Clubs of Kei delivery, forcing us to come to this Dence E. Evans will be an all day picnic at which all tucky, will meet at lierea October 4th. conclusion. The eflicient service of the force at 251 -- 507 Willie Joe McQuerry the people of the county are expected The entire membership of the Lancasto be present. Judge Chas. A. Hardin, ter Woman's Club It urged to attend. the Postolflce will Insure your paper a 270 -- 303 Thomas Fryer Hon. Emmett Puryear and others will Miss Sallie Elkln is chairman of the few hours earlier and mean a saving of 27- 9- 58 Joe E. Hryant 32 Saturday pic- speak. Full plans e Grover l Schooler transportation committee -- notify her quite a few dollars during the course 47 Leonard Rogers of the year. nic will be given In the next issue. If you wish to attend. Conn Brothers. To Meet At Lexington In December. $3. 27-2- A timely advertisement Is being dis tributed by the Southern Railway Sys-tcIn the form of a booklet showing the location of all army, navy and ma rine corps cantonments, camps and stations in the territory traversed by that line. A large map of the southern states shows where those points are located and their proximity to railroad lines. Each point Is numbered and at the bottom of the map Is a key indicating the name of the camp and the nature of service. In addition, there are individual maps of the more impot-tacamps, in which such local features as rivers, highways and all transportation lines are shown. Of the 31 sites selected for the occupancy by Undo Sam's fighting forces in the territory between the Ohio River and tho Gulf of Mexico, between thf Atlantic Ocean and the Mississippi River, n large majority are reached directly by the Southern Railway System. Those desiring n copy of the booklet are invited to apply to E. N. Aiken, General Pass HEATERS Heats upstairs and hi HIRHHH sbHhBhbsH' It burns the cheapest worms all the floors. kind of slack and can be run at Less Than Hair The Cost or Oth- er Heaters. Absolutely will hold fire 48 hours. You do not have to shine this stove but once a year HASELDEN BROTHERS ?sti- - st yi. 9-- . r. f irx svr r2 l 1 'y. GlenLily Still Leading in Baking Qualities. The Byrne Optical Service Glasses Fitted. Eyes Tested, Took the Blue at Broadhead and Stanrord Fairs against Obelisk and others or the best $ Kentucky Flours THE REASON is no Bleach & no Blend to take the natural vegetable lire $ from it. St li rears central ny Garrard Milling 60. !! OCTOBER 1st to 6th. f J. J. BYRNE BIG ' SPECIAL FEATURE FILM PRODUCTION Sept, 24, 1917, Next Monday Night, AT 33-5- lOHff OPERA HOUSE. The Great . -- 09-9- til-9- CG 4 CS-- 552 72-9- S-! Cohan and Harris Stage Success M-7- 91-- 183 98-3- 103-7- 103-8- On Trial With nn all-st- ar 99 110-3- cast in seven parts. 121-1133-0- Direct From A Three Weeks Pun nt the Mffry Theatre in Louisville. Anderson 137-1- 1UC-7- 3G 31: 11W-- 300 200-5210-9229-6236-5213-9245-1250-2- Don't rail to take this opportunity, or see-in- g one or the most intensely interesting talked-o- f and photoplays on the screen today IF YOU WANT TO BE DEEPLY THRILLED SEE, "ON TRIAL" As aplay "On Trial was great. As a photoplay His greater G7 ADMISSION: Two shows. 10 and 20 cents. First One Starting Promptly at 7;30 p. m. 285-8- of-th- 298-7- i. fhe Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20, 1917. : I W tli 111 B-- 4 YOU BUY ORDER $12.50 SEESAMl'LES 1 11 STYLE CHAT. LIVC STOCK. - It It Even 8ld That Cash-intr- a It Coming In Again. One of tho popular models ts built up In beige, broadcloth and satin, llio Ions rod In cote, whoso skirt Is fulled to tho jjjj See our line of Overalls Shirts. Ties. Shoes, tamps, Glassware, Enameled ware, PfiiU Taro onH RnMsnrc Rnddv Whins Oil Cloth, Rugs, Candies, Fancy and Staple Groc- eries, Jewelry and Notions. SUITS .HADE TO TO It takes feed to make n big horse. lie sure your drnft bred rolls nre getting enough grain to keep I hem growing. jjj VI ft I $29.00 I 1 PRODUCE WANTED. SANDERS VARIETY STORE I TAXES Past Due G. body nf (lie io nt around tho waist lino, being of t lie broadcloth trimmed In self color braid, whlln tho skirt and waistji coat arc of rathi nf tho same color. Itrnlil Is the natural trimming for a (: rcdlngoto inmlcl, but It Is by no means limited to this tjpo of model-!- ?. ono of the trimmings most Insist, cntly exploded this season. Possibly tho liking for military Ideas accounts for Its sudden popularity, but It Is not coiillnid to tho discreet military notes In fashions nnd Is ifcd In many forms, rn imliif: In width from wide hcrcu'os to finest soutache, running through all weaves of silk anil metal nnd used upon all kinds of material from net to fur. It enters well Into tho scheme of tho blue serge frock, which I', ns nlwnys. In Rreat demand for tho early autumn Ono model shows n blue Serge skirt marked off over Its entire surface Into bis blocks by narrow. Oat black silk braid. Other models arc trimmed hi many straight bands or In soutnebi embroidery or In military lines upon Coutrasllns color. A clcu'r little hlile cashmere frock has ilat two Inch silk braid plaldcd In dark blue, green, white and yellow to rejlove Its somberncss. And, by tho woy, one hears mora The smaller the Hod; the tct ter tho sheep will do. One theep per acre Is tho limit nud often Ihntls to'i many. If nnc of your begs :;ct n grudge ngaltlst another put them In M'lmrnte Army Mules WANTED We will be in 1 pens. They will do xv heller nud grow faster. III Alnres bird In November foal hi the foltoulng October, when the tiles are gouo and heavy work Is done. There nro less than 10 per cent of nil weeds which sheep will not eat. Cattlo and horses eat only nbout half tho different weeds. tlogs llko company. Don't keep one hi n pen alone, but sec that tho two are good frlcnits. SELF FEEDING HOGS PAYS. a Pig Your Taxes are long past due, and as I have to turn my office over to my successor, January 1st, shall insist on prompt payment. T. Ballard, Jr., Sheriff, Fattening Experiment In Kansas. Self feeding of fattening bogs Is rapidly Increasing because of the scarcity of farm labor, tho high market prices of bog nml the high prices of feeds. Self feeding experiments nt the Kan. sas agricultural experiment station have given Interesting results. Ninety pigs were fattened for nbout cashmcio than usual. It has market. They wero divided Into fifteen lots, thrco ot which wero hand fed nud been n staple ever since we can remember nnd particularly In demand tho others self fed, somo on pnsturo frocks, and others In dry lots. for mourning nnd for The pigs were started In tho expert. but In this day of wool fabric scnrclty all Rood woolen stuffs find their oppor. ncnt with an nvernge weight of fifty tunlty, nnd several good houses are sponsoring models of wool enshmero In both light nnd dark tones. The cloth Is lino of finish, light nnd supple, so It really has much to recommend It. and though, like all woo!cu. It has rUen In price. It Is not so very expensive, even Duroc-Jcrscy Interesting Result of LANCASTER on Court Day W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, If Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. now. Hrondcloth, too, never entirely out of favor, but not during recent years hi the front rank of things modish. Is to bo much used. The velours or suede finish woolen stuffs nro tho height of the mode, but in their handsome grades they are. high of price, so the thrifty must needs turn to other wool stuffs or to silks. Small quantities of tho handsome rclvety suede cloth nnd Its kin are frequently used for trimming the dark scrgo frock, the warm reds liclng especially liked for such use, though belgo and gray and leather nnd green and old medium blues nnd purples aro used too. dcelo breeders and Tea prot...cpigs are hurdy andl n easily Tae fat-- Poland China t p nt sow This Lr.ed rf husa ia tit the lard type. farm care rapidly under ordinary Sept. 24th, to buy army mules for the United States. 1000 to 1250 pounds. Five to ten years old. You Need a Wheat Drill pounds nnd were fed to make an ncr-aggain ot 15o iwunds n pig for each lot. The self fed pigs In the dry lots went ready for market earlier, required loss labor, gave greater returns for feed consumed nud, basest upon the averages ot tho Kansas City market for th HANDSOME WORK. last five j cars, would havo sold for 25 cents more per hundredweight at the Tht Kind ot Pillow You Btgtn Early time they finished In the experiment. Adding to the gain in market price For Christmas. Why not utilize odd moments of your tho saving In feci, which amounted to vacation or leisure hours now embroid- 00 tents n head, and tho saving ot laering this U'uutlful gift for mother? bor, whhli, at the lowest estimate, when ns many al n carload of hogs are fed, would amount to one hour n pig. n gain nf approximate! there $1.05 n head. The self fed pigs on nlfnlfn nnd rac pastures neie leudy for matket only one and oiie-h.u- f dn)s earlier than those In the dry lots, tut the pasture of allowed In three mouths n O'lj tents' worth of concentrates n pig. Tho pigs were pastured on alfalfa at the rato of eighteen nn ucrc, which gavo n surplus of forage. This idiows a return of 512.15 an aero for the alfalfa pasture. Two cuttings of hay had becu removed before tho feeding period began, i'lgurcd on n five months' pasturing tenson. there Is n return of $20.25 Bring your mules in. Co Gentry, Thompson wwy tho saving of concentrates, the rape pasture gavo a icturn of $10.20 for tho three months' feeding period rigurhig for n four months' pasturing season, there Is a return of $21.00 an a' re Ilaseil upon HARDY an acre. Mk f This Summer Where? ASHEV1LLE CALLS YOU ft Calli you to an Ucal vacation high up in the miun tains of Wrttcrn North Carolina. Days full of Interest, activity and ipoit nights of refreshing comfott and solid sleep. Renew your health In the clear, cool mountain air. Co camping in the woojs clbnli the peaks play golf", tennia enjoy driving and motoring. Dig, fine hotels or quiet, inespen-iv- e places, whichever you prefer. t Let in nr.nu WHEAT STRAIN. at of Experiments Nebraska College of Agriculture. Tho Nebraska College of Agriculture reports gratifying results as regard ncrs for yield and weather resistant l:rAL tuintoinuir, strain No. 00, n variety of wheat that 'i'ho shape is most iittlstlc, black cat In has been dcvelocd on the experiment coidtil mound tho beams and cnibrold-e- i farm. Last winter was unusually o cd with n of chrjsanthcmuins uiid imrtlcularly hard on winter shaded hi pink (loss. grain. Of nltiely-Uvvarieties ot Turkey Ited wheat under test nt tho station No. GO outdistances nil others In ftaiiin Bread. Sift four eu;ifuls nf Hour Into a basin vitality nnd weather resistance. nlih fuur tcuspooiifuls of baking powFurthermore, on another Held where thlrty-flv- o der, add one cupful of rnMns, ono ot the best strains ot wheat of salt, one-hal- f cupful of from the surrounding twelve states , Mig.-irono ousoonful grated nutmeg, wero being tried out for production and one well beuten egg and two cupfuls of vigor under NVhtaska conditions all of mill:. Mix well, tuui Into n well greas- tho wheat whiter killed . These results ed bread pan and allow to rKo for Of ludleatc that No CO excels nil theso oth teen minutes. Hake In a moderate orco or variolic In hnidluess mid abjllty to f r one hour. withstand weather extremes. As this variety. In addition to being la nIo a selected for winter Tho Canning' Kitchen. remarkably good ylehlcr, It appears ts a plnra of auvory grace. There MoM scrupulously clean, that tho n vera go Nebraska farmer can Ulicm evoiv pot's without a spot, Increase his doinndublo yield of wheat Ana MirllixHi each, beau, by the extensive uo of this seed. Wlit i u systun rulen tht very tools, Country Gentleman. Ami iwry took' a uucer.i Interesting Result There day by day tlx cold and gray, 1'rom liovcl nnd estate, tiring carden truck to Iry tliclr luck Jlefora It Is too late, for Hoover claims that frugal dames Can teal a nation's fatal uh, you may knit and do your lit. Or you may cut nnd icw, Or you may slrlv u car to drive Or wield a nude and hoe, nut them's u thrill when Jars you fill None hut preservers knowl Groom Cows With a Stiff Brush. Cleaning the cows off ami groom Ins them keeps them hi better condition, (Jroomiug with u good brush makes a pleasant circulation of tho blood through tho system, which Is noticeable In tho Increased amount of Many persona aro careful to milk. curry their horses and feel that It Is beneficial to them, which no doubt It la. Then why should not a cow to I havo also found that benefited also It Is a good thing to massago tho udder n few minutes tcforo starting to milk. I strip (lie. :ow thoroughly and the low,! ruund li In lh ui quote lira, t.elo.htcriturt and all iravtl lnlotm.tu. t, agtnt wntc yi Clt II. C. KINO, Division Passenger Aeint Phoenix Hotel DMg, IIS Tast Main St. Lexington, Ky. "J. we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. Phone 27. I" Becker & Ballard. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Bryantsville, Ky. Boston via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit Capitol $50,000. A. It DENNY, Surplus IWt. $30,000. RounJ Tnp Touiiit Faitt from Lancaittf President' NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 J. E. STORM ES, Vice S. 0. DENNY. Cashier. J. It. Harris, J. U Gill, Safety Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUK BUSINESS. per there '.' SamutI D. Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. K. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. Is Juy nlthuut alloy ery Lett. In Mvlni put up lam for Uncle Bam Is solemn work and ivctl nd stripes and stars with rows of Jan ilay keep us from defeatl -- Anne I. I. Field ot the Ylcltantts. HcductJ I'artt to many olhtr cllles and rtsorls In tht East and North Variable route fares available through Wtithlnaton, Balti more, I'hlluutiphla, New York, lloaton, Montreal, Toronto, ' Niugoro Falls. Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adlron-tluck- s, Lake Champlaln, and other cities and resorts of the ana North, Including trips on Atlantic una oreat ,e Steamers. For particulars, taut. fotJcrt, etc., apply C. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent I'lrt.Ido. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20 1917. The Change i In irli "W. 'i V Tires' Edwin LeRoy ii'fii Its rf 'Wm It Costs Less to Have ik rim Dy GTIiEMIOLMCS r knr Sip v Any Size Farms fjemarkable Values These Tires On Your Car Dtcnutr of their tuprcma niMraf ivlng quatilUt ... For Unitwd Stat Tirma are tlie ftftntlardt of low milAg by year, Tht I why thtlr ihIci continue lo forgn a1iJ month by month. That Ii vrhy user of United Stut Tire !nt yanr Are utvri of United State Tin thl year. That t why, toontr or lt"r, you, tno, will bo a uter of Unite Tirei, Slut AL th niarrit United SUtti T!r dealer which one of fire It tuitttl to your ncedt of price and uie. i.ij. win iinl nil i'.'' ' it filrilunl Inn. lln iikIi. Iiu mii . may In' leimed n HiiniKliiml niu. II t win nut chen In iIiIiimiIiI su IIuiin, liur nut In- - uf ii ili ilmtul im . In- - Imil nil iT'-Inn IV luii'. If v luiil pnilili" linn ll wik fur tliuiigli oi rti In Mil Iiu ninl only v.11.1. ;r In- -i fur i i it lin.i uni utltliii IMliln I.i liny ll i 1 IVIoderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. I I I (!) ' mm wMM yr Em nlst IiIiiim tills Imil rliriiiiilni.ii'.i Imil mi TliiTO If on m' mil W ii luii i,. 1 lI ii fur Ii. clu n lilm i I iik' 1'uinliiillvi'. 1!) Unoiluy rnlliiT, mil' iimiiiPiit uui. n ilmiip' iiiiiii! ihit Mm. He was w.il' Ini; mi a luail mill incl ii Kill. at lu r ; kIio tiinki'il at lilm. Slii' r Lint ln'fuii' flu- - 1:I Imvt'lril lur hi miIiii: viii.mii' Intl rniil aiiliniiii I'lnrnt win lllllllo III iM'lll I lull till') wcrv iiuiti'K. l.i'lloy ImiKil ami Jiilmii lu-- r (!) iniiiflril l .ii T 'i', I I 30 any OR Ml 300 ftGR&S location, adaptation or improvements consult the I I If l!) .... iim Iiu United States Teres Ars Good Tires A The for Every Heed vf Price and Use noyat Cord Wolf. 'Chain9 'I'teo 'Plain' Mntr Tt lit S ami i,tlinj Ktl'S lime Ml H lht Mnlf I'ntltil .Mm(m f J I ihki'il on tnai'ilicr. Tlic nialliitf lictMirn IMuIn I.oltn.v imil L'.iuilll.i ItraM km a sniliinl us "ill im ii ili Mint uui. Tlie tun suiiN fil Ixt'iinii' oiii- - at tliL-- niiiiiu-ii- t uf A year nflrr tlielr iiiiti'rlaL'c I'ain'llu illdl. l.ol!ny lalil iiu ay Ills luirtncr llli ln KU'at hliow uf fri lhiu Hi' illil nii'i nt Iht urini' T lilm hlii" liail lint Ik i'Ii IiuiIihI. Slur liail not ulmlly U' hi r I from lilm. lit mis iK'iili'it iiintcrlnl ciininiiiiil'iilluii It Ii Iht, Imt Hutu wiim ii niilrltilnl tmlly In'Iuicii tlicin Hint coiiUI not lip' Tli.y riiliri:illnii:il Inlrmllli-lion- . D.A. Tiiom as Real Estate I AGENCY DC I tit IC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM ISxCOMING TO THE FRONT i FiMkl'll. PV .lr, Til' fttti Urtf,n.l inotei 4ffSWJ S4prtmm It.trr Alio tUet for iiilir trutlii, ami ruptn $Mm, was Hlrollliis nlniit IU m'CiikiI In lie tnlk-iiit- f to Ills iliimis, Imt lie wis Willi tlie uplilt of Ills witv. A ti'iiii ciili'ii-i- l noil Imrikil Imvflnl lilm. .!'lr, nalil l nu tinli?T, "I luvi'il a v.'oiiiaii nlimn, I liatu Inn toM, Mi nmirlcil. TIhiii.-1- i pin- - illil not lovo nu'. I Inviil mill lure licr. I am tolil (lint hIu; l ilciul. I desire tu lit luT pini'. Will you loll iiu: lieri' oii liiive liurlcil IiitV" "I lime imt Imrlcil licr." The writer luoUil. nt I.cltuy wumler-InplOik' d.'iy In Ms Kaitlon. Klu'nt now this Country is calling for men Jof and sound bodies. It neuls them to keej) Old Glory r.ii(l;Unsullicil m the :iir. stoit hearts triumphant The cxiKenry now cottfrontins us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importance of good health, both a3 an individual and national nj;ct. "Thnt re.fitaele," "lli'U eoiiM-vaiue- contlnuisl I.elluy, A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried REX CARACE, LANCASTER PnHic Auction . I tbut liinelilne of t!eii nlileli Is liitcnileJ to I10M a so:il iIurliiK a lirlef perloil of iirciniratlun for ii superior eltence, luis 'vn You v.M llnil It I" Hiottijlrell l.ilrlisl i!p taS to.ut" J a l T iT sfioTf f' 1 !fl y Having cheii tills liifonnntloii, turiDsl aaaiii to li!s iionci. The fact tliat ntio'lier lytd loVeil Ills wife Ji liol rvvm eulior to Interest or move (jlm. Tli's iinllcatloii tliat lie was so sure Hint Ills iliail wife liail lielonsisl to lilm alone autiinoiilzoil tlie lltor. "llml I met ( 'amtllii." snlil the latter. "a few iiumtlis liofore you fouiul licr Hie result nilaiit navo neon uinereui. would not." ".Vn," mill l.eltoy, "Wliy are ou so nuro of tliat?" was ilcstlneil for a "IlecniiM' Cnnillla ncrfist union. She coulil never have , -- It gives point to Hie siiggeation, often emanating from this ollice, tliat every bedy kIiouIJ guard their health as n pricelessjioa-sessioWhen you tir.d yourjelt running down anil not exactly keyed mrto the lighting pitch, as is tlie ca9a with everybody at You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of times. COM-CEL-SA- R to satisfy you. Of nieiiey bark If you'll do tliat, You will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for lick of red blood when you answer the call ofjthe colors. sells at One Dollar lor tltreee boxes, legally guaranteed for tho (sto'tiach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOl'IJ is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3"bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all l'ains, bruises. burns, etc. 23c and Tide, bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. i.. ..itdxt tiuv tiltier. Dakoto 3720-3- Jack-White-Mo- on Uui Mranerr liuthls cotntilaccnt view if l.elioy'H wilti reforenee to tlio wo-.- i ... the one and lui Imil miii si with the other., Whllo tho wid- There was touieHiIni; lrrltatlnc to West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. refusl 3C 3C ow r reiiinliiisl unrullUil, lour ..ii.t ii waned the ilUcanled warm with smoldeiluK ancer. ... I I.h t..a l.i.M.M... III. ..v. 1U1 " htfllinn UUI f Ull her In the flesh. "You uos.ei.-e- d Now she Is nillte Some day t will Ri ll'Ur band, Stock and Farm Implements ON Saturday, Sept 22nd AT TEN O'CLOCK Mime nr.. milllir. IlUt Who uliall JUUCt In the lnllnite wo cannot know whtlo here." 'In tho lnllnite there is no marriage. Cnmllla will lie to me nt least as much as she will Ih to yell." She wlllnot he to you what sue uas I to me." This ii'ferenee tu the fnct that Hie i.n im.l l.n.-.- l had heeii In lh' tiy Ills rlnl iause.1 tin tlesh (HisM-dschtrnnscr to loso his enuauliiilty. "You He, lie witu. I.eI!oy etoulHsl to jilck u flower. "Did jou hear meV said tho other niisrlly. "I fay you lie. "If utl wUU to quarrel with me." aid I.cl!oy. rlshr, hud ut tho Mime Hie peiiunio in mo mm time. Inhalln . . ...I........ er ho had liiuceu,- .von win u.iu TTiere inn ....!...,. ......... .1H...I- riiiise. .e no quancl In which the dead Is coll l Tin man Ptootl looKlni: t used wonder. This la- -' fcnrt i if .....ll b1.!III1I.1 tlilll. "Tardon," ho -- aid, "I Imvo not i ceii usrd to lllu In Hits woild wheivlu ujou live. I mil a mortal; uu et-hino iilaceil our toot un me mresuoiu ii her." )IIDIIF . . ililllll MM OF (III BWElllH HOUSE BLACK I'Uy ON H Sll SHOP SHARP. 100 AC EES OF FINE LAND Well improved and situated ritfltt on Lexington plke,l mile from Bryantsville,Ky Will be sold to the highest bidder in two tracts of about 60 acres with improvements 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 time will sell a lot of Horses Mules, Cattle and Farming Implements. nt lli..'llllllllll" i i... i.. mil Saturday Sept., .atc2;o'ciocK '22311 Valuable Presents Given Away Free. For Further Particulars See i it iiiere; sue is drnwlii!.' me. She Is the inasnet, I Hio neislli'. Wheio "he I" Uielo I Inni. i "1 hen that joti win It was not Intend unrmni.sl liiirti-loi- i: ...i .w wiuti when I I'lime here." Torch o no wit tit or attention to our wMt. Come; I will show you ll... iir.it'K." The two wa List III Mience I mo ..i...,..i.i.n.t ami l.elinv led the way i.,.'il... imulis Koine of liure. fli"-l- t hewti niaiiile uthets crunililluu and wllh axe. mid ntoiied at one on which was liiserllnsl, "1 tie l otuieriiio w" auction on the premises at Paint Lick We will offer for sale at public L..I ,,r ii s;. Mil." The truuiiiT tetnoieil his hat and lent levereiitly lilde the Kmie. I''"1' Hoy ktoiHl Willi folded mmt niM'led. "Do you not roWTo IhU the riiiiniT. SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man. iiotV iulcd .v.. u the following aescrioea property, known as the Griggs property consisting of a dwelling house and blacksmith shop. It willlbe offered separate, then as a whole. This is a gooa locauun for a garage or shop. "Vo dllTtT. n.i. I I.U...1" Iiowii there lies the wo Lancaster, Kentucky, I ..lint inmovisl Ills hat llllll. ruUluu hit eyen to the Hue heavens, mid rev- treutly; "Out thi'io I I'm woman I love. J. T., R. A. and J. P. Ralston PAINT LICK, KENiUWVi. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20, 1917. ISIIIIIIIIII ALL AROUND THE FARM Or. Wm. WINTER WHEAT HINTS, j j J D. Pryor, Early Plowing an Cstontlal to a Good Crop Next Staion. Winter nheut succeed best on corn jnml The best crops liavo I'ccii ob tained In many loc.illtlei v. hero tlio winter wheat bus liceii rown with n iii.i' horse drill about Sept. I between tl row of stniiilhig corn. In north-wetcMinnesota this method Is regarded ns the best. Winter wheat may nlo properly follow soma early crop snch us barley, early oats or early poIt can follow wheat or lato tatoes. oats, provided they nro off Ihe land early enough to permit plowing and sowing In season. Karly plowing of sttilihlc land Is essential to a good crop. It Is Important that contact be established as soon as possible between the furrow slice and Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Olllcu at Italney a Livery Stable. , Lonrnslcr. I'hone 2.--J. Kentucky Office Hours j lto4-7to- 9 p. mt Wfaeele; AND M. K. Denny and W.A. Doctors Of Dotal Sargery. OOce: After plowing the land should be disked nnd harrowed sufllclcntly to firm tlio Mill nnd to preserve the moisture. Such treatment aho helps to kill the weeds oud give good growing conditions. During n dry fall rolling or packing the null with n corrugated roller will help to )ncru germination and prompt growth. After the rolling the land should itsaln be harrowed to leave It looe and slightly ridged on the surface. Iu somo places winter wheat Is sown with n dlk drill In standing wheat or oat stubble. The purpose of sowing It In this way Is to gain the protection of tlio While stubble for the winter wheat. tlio stubble undoubtedly gives some protection, this method'eannot bo generally advised, for the reason that wheat sown lu this way Is likely to be weedy nnd sometimes germinates poorly. Cowing In til- -' stubble should bo resorted to only lu extremo ciie. It Is essential that the soli bo In good condition, though It should not be rich enough to canto tho winter wheat to lodge. Wheat sown cm corn land that has been manured a year or two previously should give no trouble from this cause. I'arly sowing of winter wheat Is advisable If not absolutely necessary In securing n stand. In Minnesota It should be sown between Aug. 20 and Sept. 10. After The earlier date Is preferable. proper preparation of the land the grain Is best sown with a drill. It should bo sown deep enough to Insure reaching moisture, an Inch and a halt to two inches being the usunl depth. At least a bushel and n half of seed Is required per acre, and Indications aro that a better stand and a greater likelihood of living over winter will be seor cured If a bushel and three-quartetwo bushels of seed are used. Something would depend on the quality of the seed, tho slzo of the kernels and Its s bushels purity. Ono and Iior acre should be regarded as tho propAndrew Boss, University er seeding. rrm, St. I'aul. dil.lng the stuhbje previous to h ndWsable when time will the Mill beneath. To facilitate this, plow-In- s allow. Residence Prop- Sloimn tlniidlnsatti Hail A ASi ou'. urnllHre Htore. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. erty at Auction Tuesday, Sept 25th, G. C. COX, Manse,Ky J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Uesidcnce I'hone 3. Office Thone 27 KY. LANCASTER. at lOii blue-gras- H. J. PATRICK, Dentlwt. Kontuoky. At Paint Lick, Garrard County, Ky. Eighteen acres of very fertile land, well located. Ten acres s tobacco, first year from sod; five acres corn; three acres well watered. A splendid dwelling, nine rooms, metal roof, four room basement. Two smaller houses with acre lots. Also several fine building lots. Paint Lick. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRobertt. Dr. Printus Walker. Veterinary Lancaster, Surgeon. Kentucky. Culls answered promptly, day or night. Phone 301. STRAW A VALUABLE FEED. LIVERY OUTFIT KITCHEN AND HOUSEHOLD AND ieTedwards.0 Phone 365-M Excellent Roughage For Horsts, 8htp and Bttf Cattlt. llurn no straw this fall. Kvcry ounce of straw Is always of value, and this year It will bo of great-- n value than usual It Is needed for livestock, because the roughage crop Is short. Straw may be used In the feed ration for horses, sheep and rougher cattle with silage and a small amount of grain. This cheapens tho ration ami Baves good hay and grain for other uses. Liberal bedding with straw, It It Is plentiful, also Increases the amount of ninuuro to bo applied to the soil. Loss of the fertility elements In liquid manure are lost and bedding with more costly material Is made unnecessary. Tho stock uro made more comfortable The ferand hence more productive. tility Miluc at normal prices of tho fertilizer elements umounts to about $3 a ton for wheat straw and $1 a ton for oat straw. At present abnormal pi Ices this Is Increased several times. At least 73 per cent of this should bo saved by proper conservation. Tlirushlug straw In tho barn or baling It beforo unsettled weather comes arc Othcr-wls- o excellent ways of conserving. straw should be stacked where It will bo easily accessible for winter use. Not an ounce of straw should lie burned this full. r. W, Peck. Minnesota Agricultural College. Harrow Stubblo Land. As soon us grulu Is leiuovvd from the llelds they should be harrowed to malts a dust mulch to prevent unduo loss of moisture and to keep tho land from baling or crusting over. If It bn'.es, which It will Wo In hot, dry weather, It will break up Into clods when plowed and bo very hard to put lu good shape for planting. Unless It Is to bo plowed right away, while there Is a good scasou In the land, It should be harrowed with a disk barrow, so that It will break up well If It gets dry beforo all can be plowed. Harvesting Tomatots. The picking of tomatoes at Just tho proper time when tho color Is red, but wheu tho fruit U not dverrlpo-- ls very essential. Ketchup or canned toma-tot- s with a rich red color sell much mora readily than do thoso that were put up before they wero properly matured. In many varieties the fruit retains tho greenish color until It la too Ipo to be marketed, and In this case It Mat bo remembered that soundness la preferable to color. FURNITURE. BUCKEYE, KY. 12 Gals. This is the property of Q. W. RICE. PAINT LICK is a progressive business town, on the L. & N. R. R. with bank, a number of business blocks, churches and HIGH SCHOOL. For further information see Pomltry MA HUNTERS .llHlMblkll pj rlt ftavtM I Ynu can II Ml Inn of tba thPftt UUIil not ua m who Tnic BA uv i mmrw Curr ami pre rent rapr. limncrnccK, caoiT. an ottirrdlM'aVM. At time or lr mall lOkluakL tit tt, lnl14i1a.lV frr. Sold by R. K. McKoberts. TAKE NOTICE. THE REAL ESTATE MAN. uulvi-rsiill- SWINEBROAD, wu-.t- This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years wo bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do ro, and we LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Glass Making an Old Art. TniKi.ieiitH of wiiii. vases us obi as V.x lus have been discovered In Egypt TV nrt i f glass making was rrol.iiMy known i the ancient Assyrians, In the New Testament glass Is ulliideil to us mi cr.illein nf Hrlghtncsg. French Read In South America. Flower Hints. Throughout South America Trench Always pull the leaves eft the stalks ivml; editions of (of flowers before putting them In Is nlniii- -t this classics nro In most homes, nnd thoso leaves which would bl- - In book store lire tilled with modern the water, not those iit.ovo it. Alio wun Irenc!i writers nf pr.s or verse, both flowers frrm liny sort of In translation nnd lu the original. shrub the bark should be peeled off us well us the leaven. Sad Predicament. Mabel "I wus so inortlflcl nt the "Barebcnes Parliament." Touch mansion the other Light." Tlo .The Ilarehones parliament was a Muhel "1 want"What happened" ed to laugh lu my sleeve, but 1 bail on ntrkmimc given to n IlrltMi parliamy decollete gowa nnd hud to hldo tho ment enlivened l.y Oliver Ct' inwcll In Its enemies gave It that laugh In my glove." f oae of Its from the minis members, Truls'guJ Earbon, n leather Chinese Postal Service. denier nnd Turlttin preacher of that Originally started by Sir ltobert day. Hurt us the customs postul service, the Chinese postal service bus grnun to Use Vinegar. aro big proportions. The Chinese Use vlnegur Instead of water to mix great letter writers, uud something over 350,000,000 letters were carried your plaster of parls; the resultnnt by the Chinese posts In one years It muss will be like putty and will not 3i) minutes, whereas. Is the most extensive mid the cheapest "set" for 20 or bepostul system In the world. The Chin- If you use wuter, the plaster will ese post will carry u letter to uny part come hard almost Immediately, before your of China for ubout u cent uud a you have time to uo It; push half, whether It Is sent by rail, or "vtuegar plaster," Into the cracks and smooth It oft nicely with a table knife. bone, or nick-iiamr. The Heart Knows. The understanding heart Is what Is needed r.how all else. The affections nre cognitive power no less than the Intellect. The heart knows truth by Itsnfilnltles, us the mind verities It by rt'asonlng. What w feel, w know by n consciousness more trustworthy than logic. A. T. Tcnbody. the Famous Library. Tho library of the House of Lords contains ul ut CO.COO volume, and they nre set cut lu u luxurious suite of rooms. Tin- - libra.--) Is particularly rich In historical works und memoirs, uu-Inelu les t.i.i .f the finest collection of la iv l l;s lu London ns beflts the needs of the Tcers, Anatomy and Friendship. "My ileiir," said the host to his wlfo ns he started to curve the leg of lamb, "can't you glv. Mrs. Brown m.ythlug better tbe.n Unit cold meatl" "Oh," crlcl Mrs. Mr' wn, '"that's nil right, so long ns It Is oil 1 leg and not cold shoul- der." Christian Herald. Hartford Convention. Tho Hartford convention was n convention of delegates from the stales of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Ithode Island, New Hampshire and Vermont, held at Hartford, Conn., December 18, 1814. It became odious beciiuso lis proceedings were currlad on In secret, thereby giving cobr to the cburgo that some of them were treasonable and because It adopted resolutions protest- The Proper Attitude The proper nttllude of u mun toward wumnii Is not u very complicated affair. Tho fell w who admlrcx her If she's beautiful, honors her If she la a mother, respects her If she works, has sympathy for her If she is lu distress, and pities her If she stunblcs Is In u fair way to become a gentleman. ing against the war with England. HoiHiou Post. further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for tho puriose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the iurKsc of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our farms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 1Mb, 11)10. It. L. Elkin, J. E. Kobinsnn, W. H. Drown, Jno. M. Fnrra, W. II. Ilurton, Alex Walker. Haselden llros., T. A. Elkin, F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton, John II. Smith, Igan Hubble, .1. N. Hois. 0. M. Deshon, Fisher Herring, II. II. Ctx. Hughes Iiros, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers llros. William, Marcus and Jim White. H. F. Wilmot, J. U. Fope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cooke J, rV. Elmore, T. C. Itankin, Huffman Bros, Sam Cotton, Wm. 0. Anderson. W. P. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry. Bright Herring. A. D. Uradihaw. R. L. Barker. Scott Huffman Wm. and Lixxie Onstott. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20, 1917. 7 REPORT OF THE CONDITION or Tit a - A Phase of the Servant Question Bj ELINOR MARSH KAISERIN'S GEMS German Empress Sells Gifts From Friends Now Enemies. NECKLACE IN MANSE. past week Mr. and Airs. (5. C. Cox spent the In Louisville. Mrs. A. T. Howling and children Citizens National Bank Or LAXCARTm. KV..AT Till-Close of Business, Sept 11, 1917 protected boards. He slashes constuntly, day and nielit, all year round. He wins. Tho buildings lose. Paint which will blunt tho edge of Time's scythe, and be an armor protection for the buildings, is Dutch Boy White-Lea- d thinned with linseed oil and tinted any color desired. White-Lead proof against blisterThis palm Is ing sun, drenching rln, piercing wind, snow and sleet. It will add long lit and beauty to 'your buildings, and neiihsr crack nor teal. 4 Come to u fur paint materials of the luting kind and for euoJ advlCJ on palutlns;, Juli big gf bill Merciless Father Time mows down scantily painted buildings. His scythe cuts deep into un- 4M Dutch Boy Phoenix (( C. C.&.J. C STORMES I nm now prepared to 7 hnve large machinery nml enn do your work 'quick. Make n ilute with me and my machine nntlfnicn will lc there (hill day. if possible. Fill Silos s also will grind your Jwheat for lithe bran and give you asfgood flour as can be made in the state and about I vr IS I mnrrlccl mi old bachelor trim thought lie knew more nlrotit women llinn any man lit tlio world. He was coiistilntly making deductions wltli icgnrd In llicm. I'or Instance, If lie saw 11 woman pass n mirror, glniuo ill licr rollectldi, nit-Jther I1.1t or Homo oilier irlloti of Iter nppnrcl ho troulil nsuiiie Hint xli.' When lie married me betwin viiln, took especial pains In tllvnvrr whether I was popular wills my own sex. "I trotililn't Kite n Ilk' for 11 woman wliotn women ilon't like." lie snld In lolling me of lilt ireoitiillon after we were married nml In doing so pnlil 111c (lie compliment I" say Unit in my ene tin! rt'lort wn favorable. I didn't consider It 11 compliment, for my tery lwt wo. man friend had never lieen popular Willi women simply because tliey didn't understand licr. We lived In n town 011 Hie Pacific coast wlierc t lip only servants to do lind were Chinese. Wc went lo housekeeping an booh ns wo were married, and I hired n cook named Cliarlle I.ec. Charlli agreed to glvo im n monlli'H notlee u leaving, liut Nome one offered lit 111 $2 a month moro tlian 1 was paying li In) , nml without either Hiving inc tho stipulated notice or tlnvjirh liege even of mishit" hln wnges he left inc the day before I was to have friends In for dinner. More than thin, he demanded wages for tw o w eeks when he had been with me only eight dny. t paid him for 0110 week nml told htm lo go, and go quickly, and never show his face In my houso again. When John came home nml I told I1I111 what had happened 1 muv hv (ho wrlnkhi In hi forehead thai ho fousM-ere- d me In Mime way lo lilame. but ho said nothing. I secured another China-ma- n at cook, hut Van astonished when he told me at the end of the tlrt week that hu would Flay with me no longer. "Aro j 011 mire," inked Jsihn, "that jou have mild or done nothing to rullle MORGAN LOT. . lon and t II2.27 to MI-10 Otrrdralt.. recitrt-f- l f I'urcurHl . 1 1; vi i; hi Tha Prnct'.U From Salt In Copanhagan L. H Ilonrl. ilrl ...Ittil In iimir circulation i .r of Jeolt Gun by Thota Now ClattV),no m r. H, bona, slid ralual.. ctrtlArntier ji Hottila to Ctrmany Go Into tlia nt InilcMrdnc, ownH alia unplnlRrd. jojwi 10 War Loan. Flocknl (uli-r.- l Uc.ene Hunk go per rent nf nul.srilptinii i I.N 0 0(1 "H'oni in Cerniaiiy" ma) he said of fllur of litinklitii lioiue :.(jim 00 l.nirfalri-irrtmill will, r'idrral n Jottcla uli:ih ttealtliy Alnerliaii Ilrrrrre Hank ,.'iOu no "III tiinr In tlx- near future. The Caah In vault ami tirt anmniilt I Imnks lur from n. l,("l 4.1 kal'erin It selling "ine of her Jewels, .Nitamt cine Hun. nanksauilLank-rnm r.. and trut rninimiilei mlirr principal!; gifts from persons now than Included drum 13,11 A IS SI 11 numheieil n 11:0:13; Ccrniany's enemies. Clicrka nn other lunka In the ,.tnr cliroriown llpm reisirtlnir bank It It said on authority The pur- lollirr llinn t?i '.'!., V3 chndcis me net mimed, but It Is prob- Tola! of Itemt II, 15. Id. 1J .M.iX-'iO,and In. able that they tire Jettelcrs who ttlll iledemi-tlonrninwith I', si. Treai-urc- r nud line (rem t'.n, Tits.nrcr hate the i:euit rcct or sold unset, with i TOTal .2S tl a possible market hi .Mnit lca, vthlch Is LtADILITIEs. a largo leceiter of I he line gems of tli3 Cardial Hock paid lu. V).jO0O world. burnlutfnud bO.OOOOO UiullTlded ;,t.o to It Is Interesting to know Hint one of Leairurrent prontt, csiures.tntho most Important of asold s.nnu 5.1 icre.t and taxes raid i Amount reiervcd (or Taici accrued i to .. w.ooo 00 ClrcnlatlnirNoieiontilsndlnir. Netamtduetol.ankiand banker (other than Included IniM or 3J SHl M Total ot Item. 9S.0-- J ntirt .in si Sit 4? Indiridualdioili subject toclieck Wl.pia 12 Tola) demand deposit', inbjict to KEsoi'iicns. spent Snttnilay In Lancaster. Mrs. Julia Wetklle was tho guest of Mrs. .1. II. Woods on last Thurrclay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Reynold's snent Thurs day with Mr nnd Mrs Wm Marshbnnks. Mrs. John Roberts was the ruest of I,. Adams last her son, Mr, . Miss Mvrtle crand-motlic- (.'olilirnn is with her Mrs. Jchn Davis for a few weeks. Miss Allie Creech nnd Mr. Willi- Khodis were uuests of Mrs. Macs on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hnu-linsnent Saturday nle,ht and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Mays. Mrs. Lewis Anderson of lierca, Mrj. H. V. Conn and children. Mrs. W. V. Anderson and two children spent the past two weeks with Mrs. H. L. Morgan in Ciay county. BUENA VISTA Miss Uettie Scott spent the week-enwith her parents near Nicholnsville. Mrs. Emily Smalley. a sister of Mr. Stephen Ison of this place, died Sun day at St Joseph's Hospital, Lexing ton, and was buried Monday afternoon at Mt. Olivet cemetery. d lle.ene. Itrmi'l, S3, vt,a;andsi. S3, bIbbbbbbbbbbbbbK. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1' sjbasssssssssbssjb 3 6.i luiaioi time neposus, to l!eerte. Items 3i, 10. II and li t'.:'0n $iiym ;i Total suo-Je- or deioslt (otner than for money borrowed)... tjil.inj (i .11. M. Rev. It. M. Lee, who has been pas- BbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT BbbbbWbbbbbP bb63Bt 40 poundslto thebushel. 5 1! Leslie T. Bradshaw. SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Sept 23rd Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from lilini" "I'm sure l'te neither said nor dono an) thing that should rnlllc him." John turned to the evening paper that ho had brought home with I1I111, and I knew he toiisiilcred thertt was something wrong villi mo or I would not havit lost two tenants within n month. The third Chinaman stayed with me J 11st two dais. John had refrained from speaking hit mind on the sen nut question till thU thlnl cook left me. Then we had our first spat. Von must admit, my dear," hu snld, "that there Is some reason for Iho de parture of nit jour MTvnntK." "oil mean that dosi't treat them kindly." "Not that, but perhaps jour manner may lie n trllle dictatorial." "1 should hato supposed," 1 retort1 1 K BK . V ' i " Lane, deceased, was largely attended. Mr. Logan Scott was the purchaser of the home place and the remainder went I,. I.. Walkcr to Mr. Chas Dietrich, the price being ) near $10,000. A Music and Expression Recital will REPORT OF THE CONDITION be given at the Ruena Vista Consolidated School Friday evening Sept. 28, beginning at 7;30, Mrs. J. It. Abner, Ueader, Ballard. BANK, Soloist. and Mr?. J.25cHogan15c. The Admission and proceeds will he used for school improvement. Everybody is urged to be ixo.i ton.) OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT present and spend an enjoyable evenThe Close of Business, Sept 11 1917 ing as well as contribute to the improvement of the school grounds. i". v. nenny, riotary liibllc. Sly rommlsslon Kiplres Jannary 11. lwo. CoaatcT Atteit: ) J.J. Walker, li. V. HcnaoN, IHrcctort dayolfeptiJi;, RT1TI Or KlXTCCItV, COCNTV Of (lARRARD, at t I. W. t'.CIiamp.Caililcr of the above named bank, do lolemiilrsn-eathat the aboro state-me- Bedford Ky Itev. J. W. Huj;lies will li true to the beat n( my knonledee and have charge of the congregation here. belief. W. r.Cuamp.Othler Hubirrlbcd and iirorn to before me tlili i;tli. The sale of the farm of Mrs. Amanda tor of Mt Olivet church for the past three years has been transferred to NATIONAL tin: ci:i:u.n kaiserlx. diamond necklace preFeuled to the German empress by tho Into J. rlcrpout Morgan. It It composed of 373 stones of finest quality, largo and small brilliants. A tiara and another ornament for the hair arc other pieces which the empress has sold. There aro said to be no Jewels of es pecial Interest pertaining to the crown of I'mssla, neither tho crown nor scep ter possessing gems of great rarity. The Austrian crown Jewels nro worthy of note, containing the famous l loien-tln- o diamond, weighing 133 carats and of a beautiful pale canary color. Tho Dresden green diamond of Saxony Is another famous stone. Crottn Jewels of the liusslan royal family dating back to Catherine the Great aro notable. An armed guard was nltvaj s on duty before tho crown Jewel room In thu Winter palace so that no one could make off with the great Orloff diamond, one of tho most famous diamonds of the world. It It said to havo been taken from tho eye of n Hindu deity by n 1'rencli soldier. from whom It pased Into the hands of a merchant captain, who sold It U rrluco Orloff, by whom It it as pre sented to Itussla's 'great queen. I'or many jcars It held the place of honor as the greatest dlamnuil of Hie world. weighing IDC carats, and the world famed Ivobhioor welshed unlv 10J'. Tho Orion" diamond was set In the I install scepter, but It was only one uinoiii many uomlerfiil Jewels of the Itiisslau crown. Thu l'nglish own tho largest dia monds of the world, one weighing SUHj Is n magnlflceiit KF.SOUltCES. I173.ilss on tin.u aud dl.couut. On Overdrafts, iccured I BRYANTSVILLE sM s ru.ertirea U. H. lionds deposited to i eenre en W.liOO to (par talue) ......'s.UO Mrs. A. G. T. Smith has been visitLiberty Loau Bonds. nnnledReil. ... .1.1C0(I securities other tban I . K. bonda ing relatives in Lincoln. (not iieludlnir stock.) on tied unpledged .M.sio S) Miss Mattie Coulter is spending the Stock of Fedcrul KeserAe Bank U0 percentof mliserlptlon) .... i.1'0 00 week with friends in Lexington. VMltl nt Ran1rln.tiMi.u M (Ml m 0.000(0 Vurnltureaud flzturea. Mr. It. I. Bcrtor. was quite ill several oo uinrul reserve nlih Keder- to be al ltcserte Hank ls,H SH days recently but he is now abl-Cash lu vault aud net , out. amountadne from nation- al banks (O Mr. Roberts, of Broadhead, was the Net amt.due from bauki and bauk- guest of Dr. B. B. Montgomery Sunera, aud trust companies other than Ineliidrd In item. IS. II X is S7013 day. Checks ou banks located out- aide ol city ortoun o( re. Miss Sally Lou Myers of Lancaster porting bank and other SA 19 was the guest of Mrs. B. P. Swope easn items last Redemption Fund with U. S. Treas. S,Sno 00 week. ureranddue from C. El. Treat. Mrs. It. L. Ilagan of Lancaster visitTotal j..i,sm ' ed her daughter, Mrs. Walter Arnold LIABILITIES recently. Capital itock paid lu .10.000 O) Burnlusfund 3U.OUO W Miss Jane Bowling has gone to M Undivided profit en I13.1S.I Leaf current expenses. In. where she will attend M. F, C. IbU H7 terest aud taxes paid MAti Atnouut reserved for taxes are mert 1,3117 n again this year. Circulating Kotes oiitstaudlns I9..SO0 00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Humphrey, Mr. a, 133 ;s aniouni aut 10 .atlouai uauxs Individual deposits subject andMrs. George Boner, of Nicholasville, toclieck.. it.NJ m 7s 20 were here Sunday to visit relative!. rertllled checks Total demand deposits, sub Mr. Sam Halcomb of Camp Stanley, ject to Ueserte Items 31. 33. 3.1. 31, 3.1, 11. 37. nud .s, l.'JU'OS.i: has been at home for several days with IT. his parents, Mr. and Total b. Mrs. 'B. H. i.o Danville, Ky. to $1.50 Louitville Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Shelbyville. . Harrodsburg. . . $1.25 .$ .50 and Similar reductions to all local stations bttwttn Danville Ltxington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until . . .5:30 P. M. for further information see Ticket Agent. Southern Railway System. 31 II II II I CZjX Ice Cream Parlor. Nunaadly's Candies. The NUNNALLY'S Candies Special Ico Cream for tills week." Peach, Tutti Frultti, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla. Heal Served l, TelepiwM sW Any Hta W. O. KING, N 202. Proprietor. Mrs. W. J. Hogan, Mr. E. 11. Bal-larMr. J. Hogan Ballard and Miss Mayme Ballard were in Stanford last Cashier. Subscribed and tworn to before me this lstb Wednesday for the funeral of Mr. w . o, Klgney, dayDI sept mi, notary i nunc. Smith Baughm'an. My Commission expires Feb v . uls. Corrict Attest! Itev. G. S. Conant, of Wilmore, who w M.KmoTr. ) carats and another 301) carats. ThoJ Aiix 11. liissv. 1 Director was assigned to the Methodist Church 8. 1). Cochran. ricnch crown Jewels were notable, tho heie filled his first appointment Sunday. crown Itself not to be excelled and conHe will preach every Sunday both taining the famous i'itt or llcgent dia morning and evening. mond, purchased by the Duke of OrA Patriotic Meetjng was held here leans for Louis XV. With this were Sunday afternoon in the interest of the over thirty lieautlful diamond of Y. M. C. A. for the soldiers. brilliancy. Tho I'itt diamond Rev, after baring done duty in tho first und Homer W. Carpenter, of Lexington Anyone desiring a aecouJ empires was preserved In the being the principal speaker. I on vie, while other Jewels of tho Mr. W. C. Shanks ot Stanford, who crown hat lug no historic Interest were has recently been made a member of sold, and the words "formerly Trench in Jessamine or Fayette counthe State Banking Department was crowu Jewels" added to tho luster of ty, see here last Tuesday. He was well pleasthe stones tthlth went Into private hands. ed with the splendid condition of The T. Tho Morgan diamonds and other Jew. Bank of Bryantsville and complimented els turned Into cash by tho German emthe good business judgement and efllc Lancaster, Ky., who will he press nro said to have been sold In Coiency of the employees. glad to show you same and penhagen. give you the lowest prices. Woman In Banks. All officer of n largo national bank which had never until recently employed women (excepting a telephone operator) told how ho solved tho probThe undersigned hereby give warn, lem of Introducing women workers Into ing to all persons not to trespass upon the bank. "You know," ho confided, our lands for any purpose whatever as "we never had women, and wo had no experience In hiring them. All of the we will prosecute all offenders to fnl officers tvero reluctant to astumo the fost extent of t law. Hunters and. responsibility of Interviewing aud Fishermen especially take notice. word to his successors. the women applicants. They Ed & N B Price R. L. Elkin When John enmo homo that evening appeared to bo afraid. Wo finally de1 told him that I thought I had dlscov. H. C. Arnold. J. C. Rigsby, cided to simplify tho situation by hircrcd tho causo of my troublo with rooks. ing ouo highly educated colleso woman John Tatum. $2.00 worth of hardv nlants and bulbs Mrs. E. L. Frazee I wounded poor Charllo Leos feel- - of mature mind and rlpo age, and we for fall R. L. Arnold. T. R. Slavin. luc," I admitted. John looked pleased assigned to her tho Job of htrlug all tho $1.00. Write for particularsand FItEE C. M. Moberly. It. L. Barker. that ho should havo been right In his girl stenographers and filing clerks. FALL FLOW Ell BOOK, which tells S. C. Rigsby. B. M. Lear. diagnosis of the case. Then I took htm ThU woman baa completo charge of all what to plant, how to plant and when Julia Parka Sirus Daily. Into tho kitchen, showed him the In- - the women employees, aud we men In to plant. A. L. Gibbs. Thomas Tracy crlptloii and translated It. the bank have nothing to do with tbli W. S. Ferguson SINGER, THE FLORIST John his never since Interfered with uotv staff which baa replaced tba men any suggestion as to my natural unfit-Bu- s who bavo left the bank' service on acWe will add other names for 25 cents ROUTE, P. HARR0DS8URG, KY. to manaso servants. count of tbo war." cash. haven sensltltcnest to kindliest that" I heard no more, for I went out of the room, and I fear I shut the door nfter me a trifle harder than was nccettary. I determined that I would llnd-o- ut what was preventing my keeping a servant If I had to send to tho I'lowcry Klusdom for a native detective. I went to n friend, told her Hie clremnstniu-cand asked her ndvlce. 'Theso Chinese nre very clnniil-h.- " she said. "What one doet they alt do." "Hut how do they all know enough to do tho tame thing? Those I flute had surely were not acquainted." "I lime had one of them for jeart," she said. "I'll ask him If ho can explain." Chang Wins, her servnnt, was called 111 and tho case put to him. He said he would go to see mo the next day after his work wns llublied. Ho came, at he agreed, and walked straight Into the kitchen, where he commenced tocxnni-bitho furniture and cooking ulcn-II- s. Then ho looked Into every crevice unit conler. It btrnck 1110 that ho wat search ing for evidence of tho presence of mice 111 tho house, for I had heard f the Chinese appreciation of Hilt delicacy, and informed him that there were Mono und I wouldn't havo them on my premises on an)' account. Ho paid no alien. tion to tho Infoi'innltoii, keeping on rllli hit ransacking. He looked 011 the butloius of the chalrx mid the l'ts mid kettles, turned up tho oilcloth 011 Hie floor, icmovcd every at tide In the kiUhcn closet and examined It as well an Hie walls mid the hlielvet. riunlly he took down the clock nml looked at lis back. Then I knew from the (Viet Hal look on hit face that he had found what ho had liccu searclilni; for. "What It Itl" I naked eagerly. Ho pointed to some Chinese ch.irac tors chalked 011 tho luuk of the clock ml translated them: Very bad woman. Potn't pay the wnget." Charlie I.ee, my llrst cook, was the only 0110 of the lot I had had any difference with about money, and, of caurse, It wus ha who had passed tho i ed, "Hint jou would hate Inquired before marrying me whether my manner to xertautH "as defeientlal enough." "You uiliiunderstaud nre. Our man-ue- r Is something for which wo are not responsible, being born to It. I can readily tiiidertilniid how-- these simple Chinese, exiles from their homes, may .... STATiorKtxTrcKY.Cor.NTrorOARRARD.st: I. S. C. IIESNV. Cashier of the abnre named bank, do solemuly su ear that the above siatetnetit Is true to the best of my knowledge uu uenvi. P. v.lJmaY, NOTICE Farm Currey Robinson Blue Gras POSTED Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20 ! 9 7. 1 We wish to announce the arrival of our NEW FALL GOODS FRAT SUITS BRAND CLOTHING SELECT YOUR FALL HAT All the new features presented in an elaborate dis from the snappiest collection in many seasons of the play of Fall Wearing apparel for men and boys. We smart, becoming styles we arc showing in the famous earnestly invite your inspection of our complete line. Keith line of Autumn Felts. Phoenix Coat Sweaters and Jerseys in all Novelty Colors. Dress Shoes. r Worl Shoes. The Endlcott Johnson and Witch Elk lines or Our line of Florsheims and King Quality dress work Shoes cannot be surpassed for wear. shoes were never more complete. Come in and let us show you while our stock is complete. ! LOGAN & ANDERSON BEOS J. E. ROBINSON. Editok. t the 1'ost OSlcc in I The Central Record incorporated, $1.00 a yeau. ssued Weekly. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Wis. I ntercd t gccon-l-Clu- t ud Mil Uuoiter, Matter. K7. Uember Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 25, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OHUes ...$ 5.00 por County Offices 10.00 (or State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line.. For all publications in the inter, est of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line ,.. ,.. .10 .05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator. JAY HARLAN Representative. J. HOCAN BALLARD. County Judge. trained, equipped, and with nircraft of American manufacture, all within little more than three months after the country was thrilled by the Administration's announcement that "America has started on the right road toward working out her destiny in the air and taking the place to which her capacity entitles her and which the world expects of her." Then only the construction of 3,500 airplanes and the training of C.OOOaviators were contemplated. Now the plans number the craft and nirmen by the tens of thousands, nnd the first, and hardest, part of the work of construction and training has been accomplished. Information as to the number of America's new airmen, the size and amount of their equipment, the nature and design of their planes, has wisely been withheld. That Is knowledge that Germany would give much to possess. But it is enough to know that the equipment is complete, that the planes are the product of American ingenuity and American mechanical skill, and that truined American air fighters are now ready to do their part in the beclouding of the air spaces over the western front which is to deprive Germany of her last hold on the skies and assure the defeat of that champion of militarism through the medium which American inventors opened to the world less than two decades ago. In this way, after a short quarter year, has America's promise to her allies beii redeemed. The first of the airmen hosts who are to cast the shadows of their wings over place in the Germany's airaun, the first of the American-buil- t planes typifying new fruits of the genius which gave the Hying machine to the world, are an earnest to America's allies of the thousands more thai are to come. 160,000 has been supplied POSTPONED. The examining trial of Ed Hubbard, charged with murder of Smith Bnugh-ma- n, at Stanford on September 10th has been postponed until fVriilavt inn.i- - 1iidfv Ilutlrtl ... fused to serve and the appointment of the acting judge has not yet been agreed upon. GARRARD SOLDIER BOY GOVERNMENT NOT TO SIEZE Writes Interestingly To Home Folk. Presidio of San Francisco Calif., FOOD SUPPLIES HELD IN HOMES. au- cmil FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN J Son September, The Central Record, 11, 1917. Hpuse for rent. A. II. Bastin Any style. THE GREAT HORSES OF THE YEAR. Every great trotter of the jear has been entered for "Ksntucky's Great Trots at Lexington", and tho battle will be worth going hundreds of miles to sec. Already the sporting press is making predictions as to the winners of The Kentucky Futurity nnd The Transylvania, for in the former The Real Lady 2;01. Miss Bertha Dillon 2:05, Harvest Gala 2:05, Emma 2:07, Tacita 2:07, Worthy Volo 2:0S, Bertha McGuire 2:09 and Leonard 2:07 are to meet one another and several other great with slower records nnd The Transyl vania with nineteen eligible to start, looks like the best race ever trotted. e GARRARD FARMERS WIN AT STATE FAIR. The Garrard County breeders of Kentucky Red Berkshire won their shari; of the premiums at the Kentucky State Fair, us is seen by the following list of awards; Boar, 2 years or over First, $$. W. B. Turley! second, $1. W. It. Denny. yearling boar First, $?. Senior Woods Walker. Junior yearling' boar First, $, Robert J. Walker. Senior boar pig First, $8, W. B. Turley; second, $ I, Jas. (!. Burnside; third, 2, W. B. Denny. Junior boaV pig First, $8, W. II. Turley; second, $1, W. B. Turlov: third $2, W. B. Turley. Sow, 2 years or over First, 18, W. hard-soug- A. D. FORD. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. County OPTICIANS ANCIENT AND MODERN. Court Clerk. W. A. DOTY. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. D. RAY. County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE HIGG1NS. Coroner. S. II. ANDERSON Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN 1SON. Magistrate District No. 3. JOHN S. HAM. Magistrate District No. 4. J. M. METCALF. Some kind of a lens has been used to aid detective and failing sight from The the earliest days of civilization. ruins of Ninevah have yielded a portion of a crude convex lens, such as might B. Denny. have been used viewing objects near Senior yearling sow First, $8, R. T, the eye. It is stated in the pages of Bruce; second, $1, Woods Walker. history that the Emperor Nero has used Junior yearling sow First, $8, Woods an emerald to view the gladiatorial Walker; second, $1, R. T. Bruce. combats, the Greeks were acquainted Senior sow pig First, $8. Robert J. with the use of convex lenses as burn- Walker; second, $1, W. B. Turley: ing glasses and magnifiers; Archimedes third, 2, W. B. Turley. is reported to have constructed a huge Junior sow pig First, $8, W. B. burning mirror that set the Roman Denny; second, $1, W. It. Turley; third ships on fire, but what we wanted to $2, Robert J. Walker. say was that you can obtain the latest Boar and three sows over 1 year contrivances for the aid, conservation First, $C, W. B. Turley; second. $3, and comfort of human vision, through Woods Walker. the Uyrno Optical Service nt Kengar-Ia- n Boar und three sows under 1 year-Fi- rst, Hotel, Lancaster Ky, Oct. 1st to W. ?0, W. B. Turley. second, Oth. J. J. Byrne, Optician. It B. Denny; third, $2, W. B. Turley. cup, W. B.V Boar, any age-Fi- rst, R REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge. FOREST STAPP. For Assessor. A. T. SCOTT. OUR MILITARY AVIATORS. military aviators have to the landed In Frauce, according statement credited to a high Govern, ment official In Washington. The first contingent of tlio host that may reach American Sow, any age Cup. W. B. Denny. This classic of the trotting turf, alBoar pigs farrowed after February 1 e ways furnishing the sensational 1917 First, Woods .Walker; second, race oi the year, looks better this year W. B. Turley; third, W. II. Turley. ever, for the field is the. largest than Sow pigs farrowed after February 1, and the race looks open. There ure 19X7 First, W. B. Denny; second, W. - 'to start, of which B. Turley; third. W. O. Walker. nineteen eligiblenirte have records better than 2:00, viz, Busy's Lassie 2:01, Early Dreams Resourceful Editor. 2:01, Ross H 2:011, Miss Directed 2:041, Wo harnessed u motorcycle to tho Ima Jay 2:05. Royal Mac 2:05, Sister linotype when tlio storm kuoektd (AH Strong 2:05), Al Mack 2:051 and Donna tho electric power lines, nnd got out Six more have records tho paper. El Ccntro (Col.) Prem. , Clay 2:05. better than 2:07 and every one is a winner in better than 2:10. Such a Psaltery Like Modern Guitar. field of winners was never before gotTho psaltery was a stringed musical ten together and the race will be trot- Instrument to accompany the voice. ted at Lexington Thursday October 4th Iu the pruyer hook version of tho Psalms tho Hebrew word Is given" os Wanted; To rent a house for the year "lute." This instrument resembles, tno 1918. W. T. Todd. guitar, but was larger with a couvex (3t-pCorner of square. back, resembling u gourd. THE TRANSYLVANIA. $5,000 Turley. ' It. Zitmncr. thorizes the following; FOR SALE-Ne- w Ford Sedan. Garrard; There is no truth in a widely circuWill devote a little of my spare time J. It. Hatris, at.Nationnl Bank. in writing to the loved ones at home, lated statement that the Government FOR RENT; The IX W. Hurtis store and many of the young boys of Garrard expects to take food supplies from any room. II. C. Hamilton County, who will be with me, in a few family. Both the Food Administration days, awaiting the uiJirs for our voy, age to the bloody battle grounds of join in a statement to counteract h.t.e,lU , mu, France. I arrived here from the Philippines August 13th, with the 13ih Infantry, to take from every family nil canned SHOP TOOLS WANTED-Wri- te which is in camp on the old Fair goods put up in excess of 10O quatts. A. J. Warner, Box f.l, Route 3, view This is only oii of the variations of Grounds, where we have n clear Lancaster Ky. of the Golden' Gates, and out over the the rumor, which his been widely cirsea to the land of sunshine, where we culated. Another stntcmcnt is that FOR SALE A few pieces 'ot have spent three years of hard training the Government has been urging the furniture on Tuesday 25th. for the great struggle which is now canning, drying, and preserving of Mrs. GW. Rice. Paint Lick. before us. fruits and vegetables so that they will During my service in the Philippine be in a convenient form for the GovFOR R KNT:- -I have about sixty acre to ernment to handle and transport when of grass, suitable Islands, my constant desire w for cattle grazing. reach my native land as soon as ossi-bl- it takes them away from the people. Plenty of water and shad. Write, But it was a sad parting the day Further elaberation is that these good F. I'. Phillfps. Stanford Ky., we pulled anchor ana set sail for our r t0 he taken nwuy from the Amerl- homeland voyage, with the Band play- - ic Stayed to my place obout two months home nnd shipped to England. ago, a black and white slotted hog, ing "Home, awcel Home , ana tne many friends we It ft behind to wait that weighed about 125 lbs. Owner ran OBITUARY. their turn for their homeward trip, have same by proving proH-rtand where mother, father and sweethearts In paving all charges W. T. Worrel, Lining Memoir Of Robert Bright . wait their safe return. Crab Orchard Ky, Route 2. We landed in Nagasaki. Japan. July. I Polbrd. 20th. and all the men got shore leave "FARM FOK SALE" during the 21 hours of our stay In l)n morning, August 3rd, (106 Acres, will ll i.Vlt by riding in fond tic upon Japan, which : earth were burst asun. ,., .",,.,,, nun ,improve- Richashas, nnd doing other things we iinr unit nn. if fhn tifjil.tat .if imim. mi um-- .milt, ur tuu.-iw- j were not accustomed to. ' men, Robert Bright Pollard, was called) The Rickashas looked like a baby to blossom K II. BOGIE in another clime. Lexington, Ky. carriage with shafts, which was pulled Though we are sad and lonely withby a Jap und I am sure that thev can out him, we aro suitliir.ed by the give us as much service as an American thought, "of such is the kingdom of STRAW FOR SALE pony. The people seemed to be very poor, heaven". . Best uuulity - wheat and rye. He possessed a most kindly and genand hard workers, but their sanitary E. C, Cheatham. tle disposition and to know him was 1 spent the night conditions were line. It wus hard to have him in a native hotel for the curiosity of to love him. WANTED my visit; which made me lose half of taken just as he entered young my sleep trying to locate the bedroom. manhood, full of promise, with a bright Man past 3D with horse and buggy to before him. still we must bow uturx and two hours trying to talk the proprietor into the notion of letting mo in submission and say. "our loss is his sell Stock Condition Powder in Garrard Ad- wear my shoes in the house, as it was eternal guin". and we are solaced with' County. Salary 570 per month. against their religion to do this. I had the thought that he can now learn from dress 9 Industrial Bldg, Indianapolis, to discard my running gear on the out- - The Adorabl- - Teacher, those thlrgs we Indiana. imperfectly. Though we side, und pray that I didn't have to go teach here t imra.fiwiiml tlm nnvt mnm. are u'v iy sauumeii uy ills nujence th FOR RENT. i ing. The bed was coon built or rugs from the homu we rejoice, he is in his Father' mansion and that "there we Nice live room cottage with bath unci and line blankets, and in u few'minutes electric lights, burn and large gurden, 1 was in dreamland. Next morning 1 muy go also." on Hill St. Possession Jan. I, l'J18. awoke, exploring for my shoes and We hnd n treasure once, See W. S. Emory, or write me nt 322 He was our juy und pride leggms; with good luck I found them E. High St.. Lexington. R. T. Einbry. on the street at the entrance of the We loved him, oh, perhaps too well U For soon he slept and died. hotel. I soon jumped into them and bade tho old gentleman good-byAll is dark within our dwelling There was twenty moro days of travLonely are our hearts toduy AUTO FOR SALE el before we reached tlio good old U. For the one wo loved so dearly, Having enlisted in the service of S. A., but we had a very nice sen all Huh forever passed nwuy. the way. "Undo Sam" I ou"er my Moline Ro'id-ste- r "I will will not think of thee toduy; Now when get to Francu'l hope for sale. Call on Dr. II. J. Patrick Save in the arms of God, to write tho will have the opportunity Paint Lick, Ky. I ran not think or thee hs cluy. paper some interesting news, and help W. L. Carman. And iindernerth tho sod. to win the gicat victory, that all of us When o'er the darkling waves of Death aro hoping to meet at an early date. NOTICE The Baique of Life goes back, TO CONTRACTORS. Best wishes nnd love tc all, Even where the deepest wuter leaves, Lawrence Duihi.m, Sealed bids will be received on MONIt leaves ii shining track. Supply Company, 13th Infantry, DAY, September 21, by the Garrard Presidio of San Francisco, Calif, And when the Eternal morning broke County Board cf Educution for the Upon the shining strand, Erectioii'Of the Stony Point His keel wus on the shining sWe, Plans and specifications for His Pilot close at hand. same muy bo seen In my olilce. Amid tho fields of Paradise Miss Jennie Hlggiiis, Supt. Promptly at two o'clock In tho afterSo peaceful und so fair, noon of September 21st Mr J. B. KemWitli every burden far away per, on the Lexington pike, will sell to NOTICE. And cafe from pain and care. the highest bidder the following; The annual meeting of the stockholdand 3 yearlings, He walks today in glad surprise, Four cows, 5 calves, Its glory on his head; ers of the Hurley ToJjuccq Company f of all of extra good quality. loss will be held ut our warehouse on South 18 acres of corn; 1 good buckboard and Our grief Is for our For now lie Is God comforted. Broadway, Lexington, Ky, October 3th harness; some furniture and various 1917, at ten o'cIock A. M. This Is a other things. Also one good family Surely in surh an one we saw very important meeting and each Tho chining through of Light, horse, safo for ladies to drive. Iteilecting Immortality, stockholder should attend In person. Terms made known on day of sale. Burtey Tobacco Company, Upon our Mortal sight." J. II. KEMPER. -- A Sister. B. F. Osborne, Secretary. Capt Am Bourne, Auct. To the EtliUir, relatives and friends of The Dcnarlmcnt of Agriculture t Phone-32.Alt-p20-t1 1 School-house. Lancaster, Kentucky. Fresh Oysters. LOOK HERE! One-hal- The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20, 1917. 7 Thursday 20th. OPENING Friday 21st Saturday 22nd, -- You are invited to inspect the new fall creations in Goats, Suits and Dresses You will be delighted with the beautiful models we are showing, made from all the newest clothes in attractive fall colorings. See our many departments which are stocked with the newest fall and winter wears. The Joseph Mercantile Co The One Price Store. I Where Quality Keigns. 0 4,41 One & Two Horse Wheat Drills Gossip About People Fertilizer Attachments and Plow. e Mis Minnie llrown has returned from a business trip to Louisville. Mrs. Klizabeth Joseph has returned, from u pleasant visit to I,ouisville. Mrs. Kate Sanders of Hurrodsburgl is visiting Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Hroadus ami other relatives. Mrs. M. Hello Ilurnside left Wednct-day for Lancaster to visit relatives I Job Dtere Wagon, One e Birdstll Wagon, One Closed Carriage One Buiiay. two (ins Knifu'cs. One Ohio Silo Filler, One Manure Spread'olin Dccre Wagon?. All nl attractive prices, er, One Riding Plow. Sec out new Ranges and Healers The Prices Will Suit You. a mif Mnilnn of the fomlnfi irul - J. R. MOUNT The & C Deal House. CO. Miss Margaret Fence left Monday to Monticello Outlook. enter college ut Millcrsburg. Mrs. Jesse Sellmun is the guest of .Miss Molly Worlhington I u charm- Mis Minnie llrown of Lancaster. Nichglasville News. ing visitor ut the Kcngarlan. Miss Virginia Conn of Wilmore is Mr. Jim ilourne, of Lexington is liero pending the week with home folk. here visiting her brothers. T. W., John A. nr.d Jas. (5. Conn. Mrs. J. K. Dvker, of Marcellus has Smith, at Dr. and Mrs. V. S. Klkin motored been visiting Mrs. W. II. llyattsville. here from Atlanta and are the guests of Mis Jennie Duncan. Messrs O'Neal anil I'mmett Ilroadus Miss Hulh Waller of Luuisville, arhave returned to Chicago, after a visit rived Tuesday, and is the attractive with their parents. guest of Miss I'earl Dickerson. Mrs. J. W. F.lmorc, Misses Mary ami h Lydia Klmore attended the Miss Martha Tinder of Lancaster, wedding ut Danville Fliday. was the recent guest of Miss Elizabeth Hng.in. Hichmond l'antagraph. Mr. ami Mrs. T. 0. Hill und daughter, Miss Il.i, have been spending sev-erMr. Dan Collier Klkin left today for days at Crali Orchard Sprirgc. Atlanta, where he will continue his I Manuel ,wero in studies ut the Atlanta Medical College. Mr. and Mr-!- . Uichmoiid Thursday to attend the funeral of their friend, Mr. M. Keller. Mrs. Midshipman Lucian (Irani has returned to the Naval Arademy at Annapolis, after a visit to his mother Mr?. Florence Mr. A. W. Lane, of Chicago, who Stomach Needs Occasional Rest. has been awarded the contract for the The Ios of n meal occasionally will Lancaster Host Office, is here this not hurt you, and If your tomncli "gels week, and will begin work cn the out of order" the very best thing foundation immediately. you can do Is to fat tor n day or two n fruit diet, until your Mr. Mac Wilkins, of ;Sfcelby N. C, or cat only tongue loes Its yellow coating. who wns married to Miss llernie Lear, of this city during the past summer, has been called to the colors under the Chief of Lily Family. In thereat Uly family of 200 genSelective Draft Service und is now stationed at Camp Jackson. Columbia, era and 2.C0O specie", the chief division Is nllluin, or the nnron group. S. C. There nre 2.V) specie, not all of which nre edible. In the same family are 200 specie of smllar and 100 species Victory. of asparagus. To keep one's heart tranquil In a world of tumult Is no little victory. I JjfUlincry You Natural Inheritance. June "Doei he gi t ld mechanical Ingenuity from his father's side or ids mother's?" Ilcs "From his mother's ; she was a poetess Difference 1" Life. FALL AND WINTER Display of fine In Bread Making. are Invited to inspect my display w of FALL and WINTER MILLINERY Thursday .Miss and Fridav) 5rown- 5 Little Ocor allied on u neighbor's boy one morning und was invited In to wait for his friend, who was not quite ready. The neighbor was kneading bread and asked: "Does you mother timke bread?" "Yes'm," replied Oscar, "only she don't play with It lite ou do." of this week. . Perfect in Design and Workmanship. J. Hew Young, Mrs. Florence Winnie (Ir.iut and Miss'Frnncis tirant attended the State Fair at Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Armstrong have I rutiirneil to their home in New York, after a vnil to relatives in HyatUville. Mrs. Thomas Slavin had us week end guests Mr. and Mrs. (luv Hundley of Danville, at herliome on the Hichmond Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. pike. Miisea F.tta, Mamie und Anna Helm Smith, of Hyuttsille, left hint week for Iterea where they will enter the llercn College. Miss Klizaheth Middletou is one of Mrs. Hella Francis elllcienl sales-girl- s und is unite popular among the many Mrs. Charles .immer and two bright boys, of Lexington, came Sunday for n visit to Mis. H. Zinimcr at Hotel Fine Cut Flowers For Phones .'CW-- All Occasions. -- or 8;l. All Orders Receive Proinnt Attention customers. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Kcngarlan. Mr. and Mrs. Chits. Deuringer and children of Hichmond are expected the last of this week for n visit to Mr. und Manuel. Mrs. DISSOLUTION I J Messrs. I'nul, William Mac, and Milton Klliott returned this week from Akron, where they have been working during the summer. Batsons interest in the store and I want to reduce the stock. When you need any CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS come and look. I will be pleased to show you and will make you very close prices. have bought out R. H. Mesdames Hiram Hay und Nora Tea-te- r, Misres Sullio I.ou Tuuter und F.thcl Hay have returned home after a visit to Louisville ami Lagrange, Miss Kachil Henrv and Mrs. Thomas Austin left last week for u month's trloit with relatives in lllrinhuham Ala, K Dorado Atk.,ulid other points. Mr. John McKoberts, who Is a Sergeant in the Medical Coups, wus here this week from Fort Thomas, on n visit to hisparents, Mr, and Mrs. H. K. Mcltobcits. Mr. and Mrs. James Hume enterof their friends at tained seventy-twdinner Sunday, In honor of their son, I o David A. Hume, who will for service in the army. leave soon 5 : W.T. West. Lancaster Mr, Hugh Miller, who has been here with homefolU for a month, left Saturday for Dot Moines Iowa, where he He was acenters a training camp. companied us far as Louisville by his mother, Mrs. Dora Miller, who will remain for a two weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. J, W. Harrington near Trees Only Need Proper Care. henr much these- days of tree (rant. Rurgory, but si late bulletin of the Missouri Itotitnlcnl Hardens calls attention Miss Dolly Miller, of Howling Green, to the fact that If trees are properly has returnid to Lancaster and accepted planted, :tud cared for, there would her former position with Miss Minnie never be need of tree surgery for disllrown. ease, etc.. but only for the necessary year. Mr. Waller Hudson, who recently re- pruning to be done each turned from Kquador, where iie hits Admitted the Truth. has been engaged as a mining engineer, Naomi was In the habit of erjias is here for a visit to his parents, Mr. when falling, whether hurting herself and Mrs. 11. F. Hudson. or not, and would wait for someone Prof. J. L. Hiley, formerly or this to eome mid pick her up. One day she place, but now of the Northeastern fell down and began whimpering, but State Normal, of Oklahoma, has been her innimua. not thinking her badly elected to the chair of professor of liurt, walteil to see what she would mathematics in the Junior A. & M. do. Naomi looked around and, feeing uo one coming, nld, "Oh, shucks, I College of Texas, located at Stephen-villIsn't hurt nnywny, l'se dess fussin'." to a wire stating tliaf Mr. In answer Philippine bigonlas, M. II. Kubanks, of Hoyle, who went to Tin I'tilltimlnn Kttintt-- nr., vnrtf urn. .... ............... Hot Spiings some two weeks previous,' accompanied by Senator It. L. Hubble, ducttve of begoulus nnd n California ' begonia expert Is responsible, for the was ut the H)it.t of death, Mr. J. C. statement that of late sonic CO speiles ' Kubanks left at once for his bedside. and varieties never known to comHo found him In u very critical condi- mere" have of late been found In our tion and. while he and Senator Hubble fur euMorn Insular possessions. It Is have little or no hope for his recovery, feared, however, that nil of these need ! physicians have not given him up tropical temperatures and, therefore, his and say he has a chance. -- Interior nro only subjects for greenhouse cul-ture. Journal. (iibbs and daughter, Mrs. Luther Yankees." of Lancaster, were Miss Klizabeth, Yankees' was recent guests of Mrs. John S. Ilaugh- - The term man... .Mi's. James Kinnaird, Mrs, Al a slag epithet formerly applied to New Hutchliigs, Mrs. Louis Luudram und England people, perhaps In reference "Mile laws" of rttrltail lo the Mrs. Ueorge Spilman visited friends in days. The term "I'enn.sjlvnnlu Rutch" Hryantsville and Lancaster Saturday, was npplled originally to n language, While in l.uneuster they visited the not to u class of people. It was u dianew rooms of thu Women's Club which lects or patois Imported Into Pennsylwere uttra'ctlve. They have u splendid vania from Oermaiiy. Gradually the library und the ladies deserve lots of term cinne to be npplled to the people credit for their splendid work done in who spoke the language. Tin' from Gerl'eniis)unlii Dutch that city. Danville Messenger. many, not Holland. Master Harold Lawton Tinsley entertained ut a very delightful party on Giving the Lie In Georgia. Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5, in Chief Justice Hill of (ho supremo honor of his sixth birthday, ut the (Icorgln said In Humseyj Mr. court of pretty home of his uguliist Ilullanl: "All the Judges of and Mrs. J. II. Conn. The house was this court, being 'to the manner born,' and white, und the decorated in pink tire willing to lake Judicial cognizance j ... I...H..f.tit..l same color scheme wus used in the in Ul II ... lull ,1 mill im luun .imi in; .ill dividual ices and cakes. About twenty well know, that In (leorglii In cull n live of his little friends were present to mm u liar, even without raising n enjoy the happy occasion with him. stick, usually provokes u breach of the Harold is now the proud owner of a pence and most generally brings on a handsome moving picture machine, tight. There may be exceptions lo this presented to him by his mother, Mrs. rule, but they are rare exotics, and tlmi nourishment In our Southern soli Katherine Conn Tinsley of New York little bcuciith our Southern skies.' and City. V.V -' I 1 "Blue-Bellie- d "Hlue-belllc- d grand-parent- will be opened to the public i ll THURSDAY and FRIDAY of this week. You arc cordially MRS. invited to come in. Rel la A. Francis HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE-- . " PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business uppreciuted. will IjS P.B. WILLIAMS 1r- " ( 'jr- The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20, 191 7. NM DAIRYING AND LIVE STOCK . SHEEP Careful ! AT BREEDING TIME. Fcedino of tin Flock nt Thli Season Ettentlal. Jepan ent of tjy United Rt u ncrfruMun? 1 Administrator's As administrator of J. W. i Or. Wm. Office at Italney Loncnsler. i D. Pryor, Stable. Kentucky Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. a Livery The lircctlliiR Mfi'oii for rne lirelm nilh the llrst oml nlclili In Me "'in luor nr curly iiiiliinui A I Ihnl Hn:e tlic ei?e U'fW tn iidie in heat, nllliouIi In nine hreoU till kt!i1 oeeim nt In nny time nf I lit? 3 car. IVrloh which the mw will breed hut from imp to three ilny nncl recur nt Intervals of fourteen tn nineteen day The orlxl In hheep l 117 "lays, I'.wci tbotil.1 lie mated lo lro their first Kcstn-tlo- I'hone 229. ,,- - u,. 1 n to 1 . ra. 1 M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheel Doctors Of Denial Sorgery. UBIcei fltoiniM BtillillDKottf Unit A Andti un'i mntinte More. u lambs when nhout old. At the lime the rwci nre hreil Ihey feeding liouM If pilnlns I" weight, to iirothico IhU ctmilltloii for lireeillnR Tho Is commonly called "Hushing." main puipose of flillilns the ewet U to secure n larger lamh imp nnd to have the lamh dropped n near Iho mine time ni posslWe, hut It nNo brings th? ewes Into good condition for the winter To aocomplhli thli the ewe nre cliniigcij from scant to abundant imMtire of tlmnthy, hlne pras or raio. Itnnk watery all growths of iloicr nre of little use for this, as they often hrliiB the ewe In hent feveral tltnci rtnd arc not inrllctiLirly fattening Often fouic craln I foil a 11 supplement to tlio pas- ture. ( oru l not especially goon ior tliN, oats lelns much hettcr. rump-kiIweiity-fon- r mniitlH LANCASTER, KENTUCKY The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes Brown, deceased, and agent of the for Men nnd Boys. Best by test Every pair guaranteed. heirs, j I will on, 6. C. COX. Manse,Siy lent. wool Iiosluiilns nhout n month before the breeding season, the ram should be given some extra grain. Two pari" of oats nnd one of bran by bulk form nil excellent mixture. Ont alone nre nlo very K od. If the ram la tlilu the following mixture U excellent: Corn, live parts; oat?, ten; bran, three, and II11 seed oil meal, two parts, by weight. The.immlicr of ewes a ram will serve depeuil largely upon his ago nnd tlio, A ram lamu may way be I handled. serve from five to fifteen ewe, depending upon bU maturity. A yearling may serve from fifteen to twenty-fir- e, while a mature ram. well carol for. should servo from forly'to sixty If allowed to run loose with the Hock. Hy Dcrnilttlns: him to be with the ewe nil hour morning nnd evening more ewe j can bo bred. If the Rim I allowed to run In the field with the ewe he may bp made to mark the ones ho lias serv-i- d. so that the approximate date of A daub lambing can be determined. of special branding paint that later will he removed. strewn oier the At this time any lar;e locks of or dtus tags nhout the tall should Held nre excel- on the premises at Buckeye, Garrard County, Ky., sell the follow- Saturday, Oct 6tii 1 1 J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Hesldcnce I'hone 3. Oillce I'hone 27 KY. LANCASTER. M. J. PATRICK, Oentlwt. ing real estate. One tract of land containing 76 acres more or Kontuokv. mile from Buckeye. One tract containing Faint Lick, less, about one-ha- lf l acres more or less at Buckeye, and on the Scotts Fork road, and also another tract of land containing 6 acres, more or less, Honaker Cut acres mentioned above. This land is in a Fine M. Flowers. ana adjoins the 1 high state of cultivation and all in Or. Printus Walker, and is well located. Will about three acres of land upon which is located a good Dwelling Veterinary Surgeon. or promptly, This is a blouse, Store House and all necessary night. Kentucky, beautiful home and a fine location for business. Will also at the Lancaster, J.E. EDWARDS. M.D same time and place sell out-buildin- gs. acres grass except about also sell at the same time and place, 1 l John McRoberti. Calls nnswcrctl tlnv Phone 304. A STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN SAID se STORE ROOM. Phone 365-- M BUCKEYE, KY. Also at the same time and place will sell two good gentle work horses; 1 milk cow with calf at her wagon; e wagon; t interest in about 1 1 acres of corn; 1 two-horside; 1 lot of hay and one-ha1 buggy; 1 lot or wire fence; lot of farming implements and other things to numerous too mention. lf one-hors- Si 12 Gals. PsMiltry Tonic You nn miltn 12 MA villi at"c IjoIIIo of riSjff Cum and iircrrnta npraj. Folhrrdlo-tM-i- . At ilra- -i rl.n or tit aisll I Coot type of small sheep barn. This iulldlns will be of amflo for fctiilnners In slieep huibandry scour out of tlic wool can lie applied every day or two to the left side of hi chet and brisket for the tlr-- t two weeks, on the right side for the next two nnd on tlio middle for the last two vreeks of the season. Different color of paii.t may also bo used, but under no consideration should nny mixture eontalulns tar be mod When the ran ! not In the t'.ock he will be fpileter and more easily handled If one or two ram or wether lambs or bred cwe are kept running with him. may well Stubble and stalk field form the prlnclul mean of sustenance fall If they for the breeding llock In the are, used before the rains Injure their feeding value, fence strip In plowed fields may also give good gnizlns for n few days. Clover and grass pastures may well be left until the stubble nnd stnlk fields h.ne been used. Tor tegh.n a he.ny where the winters arc on-stand of well cured blue gnus will help very much In carrying the llock through (Irccii the winter In good condition rye pastures In tlio late fall give 'on sldcrable succulence. The shepherd should train himself to rend I lie condition of hU sheep by feeling the bono of the loin or back. At no time while they nre In lamb should cwch bo allowed to lose In weight. In open wet fall seasons there Is danger of waiting too long to start feeding. A rank growth of soft grass may appear to be good feed, but the real need of the flock should be determined by a closer examination of tbo actual condition of all or a representative number of the ewes. cash and the balance in The land will be sold for one-thione and two years with a lien retained to secuee the deferred paymentsDeferred payments to bear six per cent interest from date. Terms on personal property will be made known on day of sale. rd oullrj tonic known zr ltltl. NsiMltassiti,lu!iW.VC Sold hy R. E. McRobcrls. HUNTERS Possession of land will be given at once or as soon as deed can be made. Possession of residence will be given on the first day of January 1918. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. TAKE NOTICE. J. E. DICKERSON, Agent. Administrator and MAYR'S WONDERFUL REMEDY This Agreement Witnrsscth; That in order to protect tlio twine on our lamia for n period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with dili- gence all persons who violate the gsme laws of Kentucky ur trespass upon oar lands for the purpoie of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wunlrns for the purpose of car- for This November ICth, 1U15. Hov. Mahan went to i'reachersville Mr. William Lcavell was called lo ONE DOSE CONVINCES. J. K. Hobinson, Hlchmond Saturday to the bedside of Sunday to hold a series of meetings H. L. KlUIn, Hev. Hunter of Somerset will assist in J no. M, W. 11. Drown. his brother Mr. lien Leavcll, R. E. McROBERTS, Alex Walker, W. II. liurton. the revival. Stony Point T. A. IClktsa. and other reliable drunnlts. Mrs. Will Scott and daughter, Miss Haselden Ilros., MAUKSBUKY F. M. Tinder. Kay, Were at the bedsido last Saturday J. II. Dalton, Mrs. Thomas Welles is on the sick Logan Hubble, of her lather, Mr. I'roctor of Mercer John II. Smith. list. .1. N. Koss, 0. M. Dcshoo. Mr. Hojd Isom of Letcher Is visiting county, who has been ijulto ill. Miss Mary Itair spvut the week end CARTERS V i.LLE. II. Ii. Cox, Fisher Herring, relatives here. home folks. with Mrs. Frank Higgins went to Crab J. W. Sweeney, Mr. Pope has returned from a trip to Orchard lust week to attend a meeting Hughes llros. Mr. Salem Wl Ho continue verv 111 Mrs. Nick Ueazley of Illinois is visit-Im- r W. M. Mahan, Withers llros. Jellico and Waynesburg. ' at this writing. friends and relatives here. there and to witness tin. baptism of William, Marcus and Jim White. Miss Anna Spears of Danville has her two Bisters. Shu returned Satur Mr. John UavU attended the Loun-vill- e Miss Jessie King spent the past week H. F. Wilmot, J. U. Fop, Fair last week. with Mistej Lizzie and Eva, Mae Conn. been spending the week with Mr. day and was accompanied by Mia) Ethel Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault. Kelly Hogg. who will spend several duysherk. Smith Mm Amanda Calico vinited Mis W. H. Cook, Mr. 0. M. Ilarr und Mr. Donahuo J, iV. F.lmore, Mrs. Nannie Dykes has returned after Pastured Hogs Ntsd Grain. Vlrgie Conn last Sunday. Huffman Ilros, Hankln. Mrs. Ryle Isom has stored in her T. spent Sunday with Mr. Johnny Mcllride. Hogs ou pasture require grain for a pleasant visit to relatives at Win- cellar, 250 jarl of canned stulT, 1 barrel Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. Mri. Jamea Hamilton tlalted Miss Miss I'earl Spurlock spent Saturday greatest profits In pork production, but chester and Hlchmond. W. 0. Mom of kraut, 1 barrel of sulphured apples, T. M. Arnold, Jr, and Sunday with Misses Mary and JenIs not economical when Cora Hoop laat Sunday night. a full feed will with more to follow, while Mrs. John K. E. Henry. The Ladies Working Society Jno. M. White, Miaa Mary Urockman viaited Mrs. nie barr. pasture Is plentiful and grain Utah Miss Susan K. Sutton at the Marsee, besides dried and canned fruit, A. D, Uradshaw, Bright Herriog. priced. When corn alone Is fed a lim- Hobert Green, Saturday nlcht. Mrs. William Fletcher and daughter meet with Scott Huffman usual hour nuxt Wednesday. has made 75 gallons of preserves, jam, It. L. Iiarker. ited ration U considerably cheaper, beMlsa Eva Merryman visited home Cora were in Hlchmond Wednesday sweet pickles etc. Who can beat this? Wm. and Lizzie Onitott, cause tbe forage crop takes the placo Mrs. John Marsee by recommenda shopping. folkl lat Saturday and Sunday. of much of tbo grain. STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. anil Mrs. D. L. (Jabhard entern number of friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Green and children visited her brother, Mr. nnd Mrs. JefT Davis and tamilv. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Koy Adams who huvo been in Danville Illinois, for some time returned home Saturday niht. tained Mr. Willie and MUs Eva Scott of Cincinnati are visiting tneir father Mr. J. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Clnyton Anderson and little son. Hertieit, spent Sunday with tion of her phyician has gone to llis Dripping Springs for a while. Mr. T. Cherry Aldridge, who hus been here doing automobile repair work leturned to his home in Lancaster Sun her parents. day. rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits im our Tarma or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or tbe supervision nf some responsible and reliable person elec(ed by us. a . 9 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20, 1917. 4. : ! 4. .j. .1. 4. .;. 4. .j. .j. 4. 41 4. 3 i ' DAIRY WISDOM. Hit- - whiter nil nr eight months (if ago sh6uld re- rflvc Bond quality of Imy and A calf going Into 11 ! huiiio Kfiilli. In I lie winter ) carting liolfors tlirco should about rccclvo pound of gnilti dully Mid nil llio :t mill silage they will cat, ! nboi.l twenty pounds of sllago - nnd fifteen lo twenty Hunds of ! liny A constructive system of breed. ! Ins nml n high grade of dairy - stock ran hardly bo rcnllicil when ! little attention Is imlil to llio rals- - Ins of llio cnlvc. - A f" iioxc-fumichhi, C'J fjatherinjj-pkc- o g - r. ! , j yo I' t't i rfk ' ! l. If I.' t Tlj.- fr.il grt !t. i !. rui for ideas . i i f t r . i Home t Gardci ..,. 1d,in, f.t pn.l 111. i l .I..;. il . t br.utlful In i mar-"- " ii ., I i - ' in n RAISING HEIFER CALVES. mar Ji'U Sit) In S ii.- r.l-- i siiun-t.'- Spec!! Offer Yeungstsrs Should Bs Kept Growing Until Fully Miturtd. There nro several precautions wlilcli should Ixi observed In llio feeding of tbo young cnlf, writes n correspondent of ttio nural New Yorker. Ilrlcf men tlon will do mado of tbeso with no at tempt to dlncuis In dctalL The calf should rceelro the milk of it mother for the first two weeks. If possible. A small amount of sklmnillk, nay, one pound per day, may bo substl tilled for ono of whole milk when tbo (Mf If you rt.pr.n.l prnmptlv) F.nJ n. mon.jr nnw in'.. . n iP!, lo Jtiit mill In. , llpni- - i,u. limn far $1 If you want a home that is pretty to look at, that is located in the very best place possible, where the neighbors are the best people on earth, where schools and churches are at your door, where the best roads are yours, a place where any man or woman would be proud to have to rear their children, where environ-meis the best. You will make a grand mistake not to be on the ground at our sales. nt We have selected a most desirable farm on the Richmond and Lancaster pike, known as the Dr. Ramsey farm, located about li mile from Paint Lick and one mile from the Paint Lick High School, and two churches in sight of this farm, rural free delivery at the door, handsome 12 room residence, well watered, good out-buildings, (lh Mrrl. X. V. V. m. nunliTi n llou.- - IL U.rdtn. fl. with lh u. I.mbtr it I. iin.-t- o-.l that If IhU crl r I.. a y j ' promptlr. ou wi.i nnd nn ... ng tlonat numb.r. t In a ' :r I tnclOI. h ,111.1 r.mlt II on i.c. .t of i.ir tin 11 10 Canailun II sji. , Nam. ,,,, (Pl-i- it will, v.ry rlalnlr) 19 B"ml VV. Home Sc Garden lu. AdJress Cltjr 11.1 J. I Sister Classified. Little Willie's father vvn teaching lilm ilants nnd said, "A weed Is a thing that grows In n rlncewherd Is not wanted." "Well," replied litit tle Willie, "then sister Is a w,eed, 'cause he's gmwlrg hero and I don't want tier, for she takes nil my penulii-u- nies." allows plctur. Interested U Duke's Utile, nlnner of medal for Jtrscys Ino and a half r of ace. llee and under three poumli of milk cutitalntns ord (tl pounda at butter fat Tht a neck old. Tho calf may well bo on a skluinillk diet nt tho end of days. eighteen to twenty-on- e 3111k of even temperature should bo fed, about !S degrees 1'ahrcnhclt Is right. Oraln ihould not he fed with tho milk, except Kllily n i.mall ninuiint'of oil menl or drleil blood. reeding palls should be clean. 3111k (should ho sweet. Ono A calf ahould never Iki overfed, can easily tell when this has happened, for the calf will usually coma up nnd kip and probably will not drink iiiuclt of tho milk, drain nnd hay kIiouM Iki provided for calf. Whole or the ground nata, or n iiiartcr oats, a quar-te- r hrau, a quarter llinccd oil meal nnd a quarter coriiineiil Is a good grain mixture for n calf. Keep fresh grain before the calf and a lino quality of hay. Itowen Is excellent. Calves should not bo allowed to suet: one another. Tie them up with ropes or else put In stanchions. There, nro on the market several stock preparations called milk substitutes. These are supposed to tako the place ot milk entirely after the sixth or seventh day. Directions for using these coma on tbo bag. These substitutes will grow a calf, hut It can hardly bo said of them that they take the place ot milk. They result In a higher cost for growing tho calf because of the high prlco ot tho feed and extra labor Involved. Calves raised on such aubititufes never look as thrifty as those raised on milk. Whcro one bat milk It would not be advisable to ute calf meals. If thero Is no milk one has no choice. Ilclfer calves should bo kept growing all the time. Calves In tho summer should be provided with n grass iKisturo with shade and somo ccnpc from tho flics. Hklmmllk might well bo continued until tho' cnlf U (lvo or sir mouths of age. calf I' and a beautiful lawn. this farm into small tracts so that I'll Give $SO We propose to each man or woman on the grounds at this sale can buy just as On Your Boy's much or as little as they may wish, and you fix the price. Each Military Training tract will have a good building site and pike iroritage. sub-divide llnel A Big Day For Everybody. Music by Brass Band, PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY. ONE BARREL OF FLOUR, GOLD MONEY, SILVER HONEY AND PAPER MONEY. Every man, woman and child on the grounds has an equal chance at these prizes. Your Loss If You Are Not There. Lunch Served On The Ground at Noon. Sale begins promptly at 10: A. M., Rain or Shine on ' To further do my "bit" for my country nnd somo good, worthy boys, I'm going to give $50 toward the military training of each ot 10 more boys who attend the Columbia Military Academy, of Columbia, Tenn., on my recommendation. I have already given up one of my partners to my country's service, lie goes as a commissioned DlUcer because of the thorough training he received in this school. Your boy can be ono of theso ten It ho Is between the ages ot 14 and 19 and has passed tho Seventh Grade In the Public School. He Is certain to have to see military service. In this school he will be fitted for a commissioned officer, with the good pay and chances ot promotion ot an officer. Ho will be under the supervision and Instruction of such noted educators as Dr. Ira Landrltb, Col. O. C. Hulvey and others of national note. His board and tuition for the first year will be only Books, I pay $50 ot that. $470. clothing, etc., should not exceed 175 or me at once, giving are. ISO. Write schooling and two references; and t will forward catalogue and fuller particulars. THOMAS E. BASH AM, President, Thomas E. Basham Co., Inc., Advertising Agency, Louisville, Ky, Thursday, Sept 27, 17 0 Merely Water. SwitzerlnnJ utlllres a greater of her available water power than any other nation, having harnessed about 700,000 of the 1,200,000 horse power provided by her streams. To Frss Cattltrom Lies. I.lce on cattle seriously handicap growth nnd production. It i not dlfll. cult to free cnttlo from them, but they will return to tho cnttlo unless the Therepremises uro rid of the lice fore tho first thing to do Is to thoroughly clean all stables, stalls, manger, walls, ceilings, Moors and corners. Abundance of light ft ml vcullMtlon Is noceary. Then the barn should bo thoroughly sprayed with n strong Crude oil sprayed on the cnttlo or ad mlulMcrcd with n sponge nt regul.tr lutcrval will keep them froi from tho auctioneer, a live sale, in a live place and we want live people to attend this sale. If interested in looking over this property before sale, see R. G. Woods at Paint Lick, Ky. Terms made known at sale. A live ' POSTED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of tM law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price ft. L. Eikin H. 0. Arnold. Mrs. E. L. Frazee R. L. Arnold. C. M. Moberly. S. C. Rigsby. Finch & Woods, Mgrs. On the following day we sell the farm of Charles and Wilson Brandenburg on Richmond and Lancas in small tracts five acres and up. Another good one with fine sites for homes and. a ter pike, good farm to be left as one tract. sub-divided J. C. Rigsby, John Tatum. T. It. Slavin. R. L. Barker. B. M. Lear. Sims Daily. solution and whitewashed. Julia Parks parasite. A. L. Gibbs. Thomas Tracy We will add other names for 25 cents cash. Fall Farrowing Sows. Sows bred for full Utters should bo now on good pasture. A light crutn ration Is fed wherever tho sown nro not In reasonably good tlesh. If they nro 011 rape, clover or nlfalfu tho grain way be of nny sort. However, n quarter pound of tankage or ollmcal dully during the Inst mouth of gestation Is n good Investment. It is most nit factory to let the sows farrow nt pasture, having sulUclent movable house or cots to furnish shelter for each. Hot ti saws and litters do better than It confined to u small 'en In u hog barn. Packing Buttsr For Wlntsr. Iluttcr for winter uso should bo mado selected sweet cream, preferably pasof deteurised namely, heated to grees nud held thero for half an hour, then cooled and churned. Chura so the butter comes In the granular form. Wash thoroughly and salt at the rate of an ouueo to a pound. Pack the butter firmly In earthenware crocks nd sprinkle salt over the top or Just cover with salt brluo. Store lo a cool cellar until ready for use. 112-14- Tired of the Other Kind. From several shopping trip the members of the family had brought uch lis stockings, A rill til useful glfta, hnlr ribbons, and handkerchiefs. So last week when her parents were leaving fur ii trip, her mother said: "Ho u good girl and we will bring you something ulee. To which Ardlth : "Don't bring cloth things this time, bring playthings." Parentage and the State. Purcntuge rightly undertaken Is a service us well tin u duty to the world, l, with II nut only obligations but n claim, the strongest of claims, upon the whole community. It must be paid for like nny other public serv-Icnny completely civilised state It In earning must And this Is to be done, not to supersede tho lore, pride and conscience of the parent, but to supplement, encourage and maintain It H. 0. Wells. trolled. le sustained, reworded and con- New Vegetable. Pleasant Enmity. Mildred "Women don't have so The udo, u Japanese vegetable- somewhat resembling asparagus, may be mnny enemies ni men have, do you grown In utmost nil of our states. think?" Clarence "Maybo not, but the women seem to get more pleasure out of theirs." Judge. Improved Tanning Process. A new tunning t recess which perpcvcu When the Sun Begins to Shine. mits solo leather to be tunned days, cnlf tklns .it tlx hours uud othSpenklug of ltlg Ileus nud other n Kansas vveman iiieclianlsniM. er skins proportionately quickly. Is a dUcovery claimed by nu Australian. wants to know whcro she can find a hired iium "vviio won't wait fur the suji to war Li 1.1m out of bed in tho mornPhrase First Used by Johnson. ing." Toledo Blade. Dr. Samuel J hnson used the phrase "Father of Waters" before It was applied to the Mississippi river. In the Where It Hurt. twenty-fift" chapter of Johnson's Catherine white Little the prlncp nddresses the Itlver visiting her aunt-- complained of having Nile as "great father of waters, thou a sore thr nt. Sho overheard tho older that rollest thy Moods through eighty people saying that very likely her sore So later In nations." Itasselas was published In throat was homesickness. 1750 and as far ns classic fame Is con the duy she asked, what time It was. cerned this Ntlo has much better claim And being tnld it was 0:45, she said to the title "Father of Waters" than the wanted to go home because It hurt ber In her homesickness. the Mississippi bos. 111 wu-tlc"Has-elasthree-year-ol- d Pave Net Your Parlor With It. Tins mot expensive wood lu tho world Is Mild to bo tho boxwood Imported from Turkey for the use of engravers. The cost ranges from four cents u Miunro Inch up to ten cents a Inch for the best grade. An ordinary wagon load of boxwood vv uld out many thousand dollars. A string of 'icnds made of it would bo n fairly expulsive piece of Jewelry. Almost Incredible Thinness. Ordinary printing paper Is something more than 1,000 times thicker than the gold leaf that can bo made today. For commercial purposes tho leaf must, of course, have Just n little more substance about It than that, but it Is a striking nnd Impressive fact 'hat only about live grains of weight ot gold Is required to make up the books thut uro lu ordluary use today by gliders, each of the 20 leaves In that book being usually 3l Inches square. Bailnsa,Pbonogrtpay TYPEWRITING lad BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY - -- b4 banklnc baiisMt, kIm m f tri Macllac Wm now roam tnn nil womra for nccMsv --Uri-ltr Uinu W1UIVU K. JUTH,Lslafta,llri HIGHEST PRICES PAID It Rt4sjlVt"l Writa I- SWffiMTxs - frUo LUt aav4 ftSabel&SMs LOUtSVUU. KY. rhe Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20. 9 17. 1 r TOBACCO POULTRY AND EGGS FATTENING TURKEYS. Preparation For Market Should B.jln With Rather Ll.qht Fccdino. 11'rrp.irrtt by I'nllcl 5tntix itrp.irtmcnt .f STICKS We are now prepared to fill all orders for good split to- Agriculture I fattening turkeys for (tip mnrkct nn excellent pl.iu Is to begin nbout III I bacco sticks. 'Call us for prices. A. H. 1 Bastin & Son As- We carry H. W. Johns Manvllle Famous bestos Roofing. rWHITE SWAN I i We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills and are running every day. We have an expert miller with us and are turning out asjgood Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & licks. As Safe as the Safest. Ample Capital and Resources, prudent ManaRement and a sound If you debankinp, pclicy mBke this Hank a safe place for money. and be a.' jrt.j posit with this Hank, you will receive prompt serv-positive safety for your money. It i; our aim lo serve, t':'0 people of tnlf-planil the surrounding country faithfully tmd well, nlwaya ac protecting the best interest of our depositors. UNDEK U. S. GOVERNMENT SUI'KltVISlON. Oct. I to Cecil night nml moriiliip, t.ot feeding enough at n limp, hut tbnt tlio birds go nwny still feeling a little turner?, mid gradually lncrentn the iiuac-tlt- y until they nro glteii nil they will clean up three time n day during tie week ticforc niaikcllug. Uy the latter fccdhi3 Is incnnt that they nro fed tin II' tit they leave tlio feed and walk nwny. Some turkey misers feeil whent nml oats during the first part of tho fattening season, gradually changing to corn II' as the weather becomes cooler. The majoilty, however, begin feeding heav. l!y on corn about Nov. 1, nml since ti:r-koare not nccustoniod to such heavy feeding scours often result, especially If new com Is used. New corn can bs fed safely If thetnrkoys aro gradually accustomed to It by feisllng lightly nt first nml more heavily afterward. Confining turkeys during the fatter-In- s season to prevent their using sn much energy In ranging has lieen trl.nl to some eMcnt, but with very little success. Those confined to n icn cat heartily for two or three days, but nftcr this thev lose their nppctlj? and besln to loc Uefi rapidly. On hIlowIu$ 1 them free range again they pick up rapidly nnd are soon eating ns heartily as over. The better method Is to nl I 1 MovnvV. oC7oni:n 1. ftvrt'iimr, orronrn k. i low them free range, ns It keep tbcm I T! Krnlufkr Irnll.r.l IVulnnl ii.lt Cup. Troiilnr C 3 W10 od, healthy condition, nnd they (trr-all.- l a'aiio lr".l" Nlsl-- r C,.ll 'lt,r Tnlttrll) (2jrr-til- l till ! l are always eager to bo fed. I ROD 1 I iMinur ' t'srlns I'.rln. , l.MH) .11 ... . tIKKl.,:'S r.rlm Nut3 of varlotn kinds nrc n natural Mflvmr. iCToin-- s. feed picked up by the turkeys on the ocToiiru s. TrAtllnce ilrln. I an aaa Tl' Kitliirkr rntwrllr, range. Of thofo beechnuts, chestnuts, I l'niplll l iil.tllr S.or.1 . . T:fts I u , inilllns 1.11 I I.., Inllln y l.nno rccans nnd ncorns aro those most Ijf,, Tm.-llu- i l.wr. .1 ! Ill 2. ll I'Mlaf found by them. i ht.miw. ominrn c. vrrnxr.snw, ocTonr.n j. Tim bint Is In Una . ui.lltton to Capontzing. Tli f'nmlirrlan.l. tin) 1'nrhtf Uvu lb ti.ft price Wli.it llwt will l'hotili Unlet, tr-fr.;Vzrlnz. S I..V10 lllnnrr "ULra U- - rar-U- Ksm Turkey males are harder to fatten S:l ( In. Trnlllns us 'l rr iblenutiial Til I.ISMI l,noo t ' le U... Trallln 7:11 ( It- -. co-- t IS II.-- ., 1.000 Il Irnlllnc IVrtr than the females, and they nro espef.i'l ttlll rrob-otl- y if tuikis tit. Sun (U... I,WJ I cially hard to pet In good market condiauni.is inn iirflu. ion n. omnirft thf X.l.l.nJ, t:l lr,.lllii Tllt'lKtllV, OCTlllll ll I. Ilelng much tion by Thanksgiving. r.r-.'rlnx Tulorllyi n. Trn-il.nS:0? Tmlllnc S.MO f larger than the females, they require a to ship drced tnrke.is, ns llil" Itnaril i.f limmrrr-- . IStlnc I Vc 1r.lllnc frt'tn rtu I.OUfl TMwrr-lll- l lrnllrr. Z tl m l.Wil great deal of feeding to cover their Improper cooHiik'uiiI from loses ; I.... UKHl their 1.12 i TIU IIM1W, OCTdlll l! II. I'.i Inc I.nci) frames with thick layers of Juicy meat, cxikhciI to warm weather during trail 1 IS tl.-s- , Trolllsi l.lrf I riimw. nnd In addition to this It Is the nnturo hit aro liable to occur. l.0( Asldo from Ill- - Mil- l- lirau, 1.09 itTiini.il i. , . S J.IXXl It ' :o ll.-- . Ttnlllnc I'arlni ,. I'arlnc of the young males to separate from this it Is seldom profllnblo lo hblp tur Th Il.rcr-Xr.r.(I... Ir.l.ilun Trullrrs lr.llrr.1. S.ooo Hock about O.'to- -' keys the remainder of the . .,. l.ix.1 rilllMV .SMI HTflltHV. orillllllt 13 nny grc.it dlstnuro exctpt In car till (U... Trtltlnr ,,. . or November nnd range over n wld. load lots. yVhctl Jhlj 1 Ojjpo Hjj lu(. Slltt C'U... r.flu. Au u lii.suuv i:n. Very little keys are . females. "'o cooltil to 5i desrecs T' pactisl cr urCil l"u iy. .i,0 ,V!,y ca. In boxes or barrels and shipped in re has ever beef! done In iw frigerator cars. ponUIng turkeys, but when It Im. tried the capons were found tit be much rtding Stock. quieter In dliposltlon nnd less liable to As to tho best ape for breeding slock, most turkey breeders prefer to Juate n vigorous, well grown jouns toni (.cockILiVTES" erel) with early hatched joung hens iliullets) or with jcaiHug hens. Karl.w ha.chts, Jiifkev; nro P. -- J ;: .uf tlcleutly W j to"hut IihsI ns Imcilers j Iii no iac sh"tild tlifrdrst m ,ton Ifue. hiteii.M or Mow' Knmlng bilds b- - , An txceln'nt fo-Ir liecdcr' l;ep to keep ns breeder encli jr,2 IU,V bens imd ;e-:.iil- f half hatchul pfllets mid inure them v. i i oil di etnMHl nnd vlari : Yearling t"''n . i halilml f.Kkci.l I to t li itl' If drsirtd, but uwlii grotitiT wi Ulit imd rlttinlns tlio. nr ( lialilo to injure 1110 liens, miou.ii ,i jenrllnif r nMt-- torn bo nseil ct-- e should be takin to pare off tho tpjr ami tlio tiic hnip xifuls from the nail After the third ,cnr the eitit proilU' tk i of turkey liens begins to fall off. and U i f I If ndvisablu to icplnco them wIMi tocU, 1 flO'.ji Of T in ,tr.n. yijUiii'Vr n.M Uto.izc ttn tiatt The most Hillifaelory time of jeur H for f..t- 1' ' In? i wlecj breetllng etoik Is November or . s til. ' In KTs win up IstCP i fieceinbor Hv inin luitiiiz witly In tho i itu J, for l.' ivy aril make one not onlj- has A" JitVff r.TIiii feeding her to clmo'c from, but the blids nr.; given ample tlmo to become le'ijiinliile'l i.efoie i.B1. rnnse over u wide area than the touis. with their tpjiy i.urt'OUidliig coimld-cniblth utatJs.-- ; tvuViu, wliji.li In the roiltli and this ihnructer fchould boj of oruinarily betjlns enily In l'clirnai lUeai nilviuititBc In pttln-condlllop for iho and in tho north alwitt n lilotitli later ON plenty of fresh, clean water In order to clean Die crop nnd Intestines of all feed. When ready to kill tho blnl should lo hung tip If the feet. Holding the blnl In no hniid, a shnrp, narrow hladcd knife Is used to fever the vein.' In tho throat by making n sninll cut tho mouth on the right side of tho throat, nt thu base of I lie skull. Afler making this cut nnd bleeding begins the kulfo Is then thrust up Ihioiigli lli.i prooto In the roof of the mouth nml Into tho brain nt the back part of the skull. On plcnlng the brnlu the blnl gives n iecullar srpmnk, the feathers nro loosened by the quivering of the muscles, nnd dentil Is Instantaneous. Picking til. Dirdt. Ill dry picking the feathers should be plucked luuitcdlnlcly, and If tlm blnl has been properly Unci; they come out cry easily. Tlio tall nnd large wing feathers nte loinovcd first, after which the body feathers nro pulled out. When tho ttirkcjs nro to be inaikcitd locally or nre to bo shlpicd but n Miptt distance they nro cooled to n tempera-tui- n dogiecs I', by hanglug of nbout In the (ismi nlr, provided tlio weather If cool enough; otherwise, lliey nre piling, eil Into loo water mid kept Ihelo until thoroughly cooleil. After cooling they nre packed undrawn In boxes or barrels. It Is Inadvisable for the producer without proper icfrtgrrnllnc fnillllii'i Dont Forget School Books Must be Sold ONLY FOR CASH. McRobertsDrugStore Kentucky's Great Trots ,45th Fall Meeting Oct. 3KNOATIONAL. RAOINCj CVERV' 'r to 13, 1917 !.Tritv, " tl's ill) "!"". '" ... irni:nw. I., I., .ijj The Royal Scotch Highlanders In Daily Concerts rRI2DUCEl ir m DM PI 11 HI 1A Weilnesdey, AT I TEN W'tt. For SALE October Ml O'CLOCK A. M. Marketing Turkeys. Citizens National Bank ? : 3 OF LANCASTER. KY. J.'j. WALKER, Vice Treat. B. V. HUDSON. I'resident. Joe J. Walkeii, Jit., W. 0. I'.ignev, Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP. Lasliier. I ON ROLL OF HONOR. Draw or the A Check 'yoiiuv tifiJVd . The markcllni! hc.inon for tmueji is very short, ruiiuliitf from tho mWdle jl NovcmlxT to tho hitler part of Ueccm-bctheir Mot turke) raUem eibirds ullve lo poultry dealers, who t ullve ther dress them or hip them runners nenr thu 'city city dealers, maikets and partlmilnrly thoso In thi uilddlo Atlantle and New i:m:lauil eifctutcs often dre.m the turkejs nnd ther sell them dlreit to the coiiMimer In tomo or to city dealers. Shortly before ThanksKlvlilK there U held what Is known us turkey day. On tho day before tills cvvut CYjrv turkey Krower In the nelshliorlioo.1 kills m.d dreses his turkeys and the following inornlns billies tfieiil Into town, ullero they nre bid on mid purchased by what ever buji'i'H chfifiso lo be tli. tc, ,ku(J birds eoliiK l' ll'o hlnhciit bldi' ' In Feelings In wUieif' nre r - dean water. Water stauding overnight during warm weather Is liablo to be full of dust, polon nnd parasites. These nre not good for ihlckcns. Fowls should bnvn all the pure water they can drink, for they drink u great deal In warm weather, nnd when fresh water is not furnished to thenj tboy aro apt to dilnl; nny ion" tinier lliey may come ncross. This Is bound to cnuo trouble by breeding all manner of Tor Poultry. cWm "n"'r 10 "l0 Glvo frm.li fowls several times n day imd especially let tho first dilnU In tho morning bo Wtc wllllofferfor snle 75-10- 0 nt Public Auction on the premises dleaeti. iji ,J. .j. .;. .;. .;. .;. .; ! .; 80 ftcres of Land (1 "r,!,"'ua irnry i.n It r'JuuiT dealers, who Imy tho b nls 1,10 vn. , .s nml OfVM J,,rl" .f,,r i, be t. s. nlio nsmn They know open sue' a H TMt w l noteho'w much Irtott respcr' 4(tlly your ctvdltors re- - ,u ' 1. . slcitl-rtev raisers fell to lbos. , . . , who of ten semi COllllliJ .fiardyou. has an They hkciouo Lnctiipss with a matt wlto account at the . a drove, " .nitier un , .M, fntlll hv Inindred b Ids ny .Vrlililnii lmtcver tur- US llivj I ll keys tho farmer may mto i tvlready cdlM.sk and ng them to the drlvo n flock of i.7. i,.i,t men day. ...Ti"...,, . - IsaIvo miles n ",.", . iw1". Will' Trust Co. .. way. Uelier ..t.doWlAi.iuess In a business like .rgr. not .ntccountevcnif your alfalr. re . EU r. I Bnk'& llWlU..v,...- row all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust company ' .r.. killed, my slilpincnt. 1,1 lu barrrts'or noses for Kllllna snd Dressing. killing nnd dressing turMys on the Jri. hry V.ould llwt be deprived of rST fo tweuty four hour., but glvew rlneglda.;...r pu'. Tom Walker Bclnit olparl of llic fatm known as the FarmItuated on the KlrKsvilie onu tiyati!vinc liens thai 'n uiolllng or uro iciisoiiabiy iw lit h c'.mnot three miles from Ktrksvme ana .our Mpectcsl to lay during tuo ' Hvattsvllle on a godd pike. This farm is wen wmerea tec tit M l'cr cent rate. sboiild bo tho real Tho pullets u ....w and welllfeuced and Is an iaeai locmiun iui winter puslucers of eggs were hatched ut tho proper tlmo grass except 15 acres and they 11,0 home. Thisnand Is all in fo ns to mature Ml'' lororu ana Hemp. hard winter sets In. is welladapted for Corn, Tobacco It should bo rememlicrod thu healthy to V poultry must bo Possession given to same on Jan 1st, 1918. vcutlUMCsl their best, und n well tomay do so by houso Is the Hot essential Anyone desir ing to see the property ward Cd liealth. They must havo plenty of exer- calling on T. N. Cotton.. worncise, especially In tho cool Termslmade known on nay 01 saie. lug liouis or in tuo iuiu poOctrtY pi'ci'jtiGS. j v, U '' noons. ing quarters mid lliclr keeper nway can almost afford to throw all tho mcdUlnotottlci. X : . (ilvo fowls rnnso and Clcnli liv- John tk Gibson. FhoneiNo. 866. RICHMOND, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20 1917. GANTHETOMATOES Three Tried Out Recipes For This Favorite Vegetable. "A CAN A li DAYl" THE SLOGAN. mm fr Hair Nets f,hf H We have a rtumber of second hand, newly painted and repaired cheap, also one second hand, 5 passenger Auto. Will make specialty I R. 1 M. ARNOLD T -- BUGGY 7 1 Garage In Connection. R. M. ARNOLD, Prop. Richmond To own a small farm on theschools, good and Lancaster neighborhood of pike in walking distance Be on hand on and beautiful sites. Your Best Chance 10 A. M. 1 t Miss WITH EQUAL Friday, Sept. 28th, at Silver Creek. GOOD Sharp, on the handsome farm of Chas.and Wilson Brandenburg mile from about 1 miles from Paint Lick and about MUSIC, PRIZES, CHANCE TO ALL PRESENT. An entertaining auctioneer. The time will come when you will wish you had attended, if you fail to come. Remember the day and place. FINCH and WOODS. Paint Lick, Kentucky. ONE OF ' WHEELER' REAL KITCHEN CABINET BARGAINS Stcriti'z J IrmilbU att tr ntt of th Tha Burden of Reecrd Urtsklng Crops ttcteri human r arc Hcht aa a atvj put up In Will Tax All Our Abilities Tor the I, puri vim tnvf Look nl atv! 1M th b' Next Few Weks Whtn We Fall to p," immi "Vi All In Csnnins Bouts. half, rrf-- t match! Cap r Krlnct; 2 for 2! anl up. IPrtrartJ by New Vnrk Btato fowl SurIf rour itora lily c'omr.lrsloti. net liv them wrtta for names of ators Ih'A d. Canned Tomatoes. -- Select tomatoes that me ripe, hut not overripe, nnd treo 221 av( Hew Uoi Ikt not nttempt to fioin blemishes handle too many nt n time, since they will not keep It nllotted to Mund too we will BUGGIES long nt nny Mngo of tho process. Scald GUNNS CHAPEL. and to two minutes. them for from onc-uaof Dip thciu In cold water and rcraovo Mrs. Frank Land has been ill. them quid If. With n sharp knlfo ii Mr. Dee Fothergill sold his Ford car tho stem com iiinl the sklu. Open Kettle Method. I'lace one layer to Mr. Kindred. Mr. Cecil Humphrey has been sufferof the tomatoes In an enamel kettle and for every ijuart add olio teaspoon-fil- l ing from malaria. of salt nnd from one to thrco Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailcy Jr. are of sugar. Add no water. Ilrhig tho mns to the boiling point and hete with relatives. Mr. Irvine Slmuson has sold his farm boll It for from six to ten minutes. Largo tomatoes. should bo turned dur- to Mr. George Hall. With n sterilized ' ing tho cooking. Mis I.enna llollon icturncd Monday spoon lndlo them Into Jars that Iiavo by being boiled for from a visit to triends in Beres. been sterilized Mr. F. II. Chandler has sold his place twenty minutes, filling tho Jar to Adjust tho lubbers that hav here to his brother, of Madison, CAN'T DO THE WORK. lieeii placed In boiling water for Uvo j Messrs A. C. Miles and Hubert Car- -' It's loo much to try to work every minutes nnd tho covers that bavo been tcr were in N'ichnlasville on business, day against a constant, dull backache, sterilized with tho Jars. Seal tho Jars i Mr. and Mrs. Fd Dailey and daugh- or sudden darting pain in the small of and Invert them to cool. tho pre- ters, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John fold l'nck Mcthod.-ra- tk Try Doan's the back. Ho rid of It. pared tomatoes Into tho Jars, pressing Land, Sunday. Kidney i'ills. Your neighbors recomthem down llrmly with n wooden j Mr. Mike Kay and Mrs. Cordelia mend them. spoon. I'll! the Jars to within n quar- Davis went to Lexington Fiiday to see I'arker Jenkins, stationary engineer, ter of an Inch of the top with boiling Water Works Uoad, Lancaster says; tomato Juice. To each quart ndd ono Miss Ruth Kay. Mr. Harve Tenter is erecting a dw ell"My work calls for a lot of stooping teaspoonful of salt nnd from ono to anil bending and this caused rav kidneys tlneo tnblespooufuls of sugar. Adjust ing on his farm recently purchased of upper Mr. J. XL Anion. I had dull pains the rubber, tho covers nnd tho to get out of fix. ocrcss my back and loins. .My kidneys clamps, l'laco tho Jars on n tnck lu a Miss Thelma Simpson returned to to acted too frequently and then again hot water hath, allowing Ihe water ..... IflMl Derea. Tuesday, where she will resume W. ........ n .1r.tll I, llf IUU IVl' IV t "ll'l'l were sluggish, and the secretions conIlrhig tho water to the tolling point her Normal course. I like sediment. tained u brick-dumm-ntiMr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon entertainand boll tho Jars for twenty-tlv- o used Doan's Kidney I'ills, that 1 bought Itcmot e them from the water, seal ed the Mis;e3 Anderson and brothers at K. E. McKoberts I'harmacy. The them anil Invert them to cool. Stoio In ol Stanford. Sunday. backache left me and my kidneys be- a rool, dark place. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Davis and Tomato l'urcc. Two qunits thick tocame normal". daughters were recent guests of Mr. l'rice fiUc nt all dealers. Don't mato pulp, one medium sized onion, and Mrs. John Land. simply ask for a kidney remedy get two tublospoonfuW chopped sweet red tenspoouful wilt, ono peppers, one-hal- f Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater and Messrs Doan's Kidney I'ills the same that teaspoouful sugar. Tomato puree may John Land and Ambrose Calico motored Co., Mr. Jenkins had. Foater-Milbube mndo from small or broken toma- to Lexington, Monday. Props., IlufTato, N. Y. toes. Cut tho tomatoes Into foilithsaii'l Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray and children cook them until the plcies hevome broken nnd toft. Tress the pulp were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose through n sieve, discarding only tho Calico and family Sunday. PAINT LICK seed "and the skins. Add tho onl"li, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico, .Messrs pepper pulp nnd the seasoning to Frank and John Land and George CalMrs. Kobert Walker is visiting in the tho strained pulp and o"k the mixture ico, were in Richmond Monday. Smithficld Ky. until It Is of tho conoMciiey of ketchup. Harlan, a son of Mr. Freeman Davis, Mr. Louis Guyn visited his parents It Is necessary to stir It fie.piently lu order t' Keep It from burning. I'our It is ill with typhoid. A trained nurse the first of the week. Into Jars, mljti-- t the rubber and the has been called from Louisville. Mrs. J. D. Uurchell attended the tops and sterilize them for twenty-liv- e Mesdamea Hiram Ray, Nora Teater, funeral of Mr. Joe Eads at Ford on minutes hi a hot water bath. Seal them ami invcit them to ceol. and Misses Sallie Lou Teaterfanc! Ethel Friday. Iir'.ed Tomato Paste. Prepare tho to- liny were in Louisville for the Fair. Mrs. 0. W. Rice and Miss Docia Met-ca- lf matoes as for canning. Placo them In Mr, Floyd Humphrey has purchased were visitors in Richmond Satur- nu enamel kettle and without adding day afternoon. any water boll them until they are ten- from Mr. Dee Fothergill his farm reKul) them through a slcvo and boll cently purchased of Mr WWorthington. Mrs. II. a. Kiddleberger of Richmond der. down tho pulp over direct heat until It Revs. E. U.IEnglish of Uerea and D. is expected this week for a visit to Is so thick that It is dllllcult to cook Mrs. M K. Ross. Then F. Sebastian, paster, arc conducting a stirring couthmally. without series of meetings at.lLibertyBaptist Mesdamea K. L. Woods, II. J. Fat-ric- k placo It oer hot water or In n slow uo danger of church. and George Trcadwav were in ovcu wheru there will bo scoithlug It, but whcio tho moisture Misses Ileulah May, Ileulah Sebastian Richmond Monday. i will evaporate, until tlio pulp Is ttuT I and Messrs Anderson Hall and Otis enough to hold Its shapo when lifted A series of meetings began at Mt. ' Istotts were entertained by Miss Jesslo from a spoon. Fill hot sterilized Jars Tabor church on Monday night, coir i with tho uilxturo and ssnl them, or II. Kay, Sunday. ducted by Rev. C. W. Flay of Cyn. spread It on plates or pans In thin J Mr. Jake Hurt, who had hern ill of a thhtna. sheets nud dry It thoroughly In a very application of diseases for several V. to 140 ' slow oven, from 130 degrees Mrs. Jennie Searcy had the misfor degrees I'., until It can bo cut In weeks, died at his home here. Uii re-- I tune to get her foot badly hurt by a squares or rolled Into sheets. It should mains were interred nt Huckeye on stove turning over, hut is better nt then bo stored carefully In molsturo I Monday. He leaves a wife and alnum-- I btr of relaties to mournlhis loss.; this time. proof containers. i that Repairing sell Painting. WORKS. Danville, Ky. ". Just take a look at this CABINET at only $1 1.98 delivered free of charge. Other dealers would charge $25.00 for the same cabinet. Wouldn't you like to try trading al WHEELER'S and save the difference. You can save the difference on your Mr. E. F. lledrick has sold his farm PRACTICAL HAT. near here known as the old Dr. Ramsey placo to Mr. Finch of Lincoln Co. Mushrooms Ar a Popular Fall Artlcla Mr. lledrick will go to Lexington. Style. I Mr. J. G. Iloskins anil family and Mr, Less Chrisman and family of Kingston, Mrs. Sophia Tread way and son, Quentin, were guests of Mr. and Mr?. T. J. Underwood, Sunday. of With a stolo of UiuUon seal thU black velvet hat goes most appropriately Tho facing Is turquoise blue. Keep We!! Do not Clloiv the poisons of undigested tood to accumulate in your bowels, where they arc absorbed into your system. Indigestion, constipation, lic.td.iche, bad numerous and blood, other (roubles are bound Keep ycur lo follow. system clean, as thousands ol clhcis do, by taking an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, vegetable, family liver medicine. I The W. C. T. U. met at the homo of the l'resident. Mijs Lucy Frances, on Wednesday afternoon for the purpose of making "housewife" for the AmerDainty refreshments ican soldiers. vero served. Mr. J. D. Uurchell and family attended a reunion nt the hoise of his mother in Jessamine county on last Sunday, There were fifty present, and children, grand-childre- n Mr, Joe Eads, who was for u number of years a resident of Garrard county, and still remembered by many people of this county, died at the home of his son, S. E. Lads FURNITURE, RUGS & STOVES just as well If you will only try trading at WHEELER'S. YOU WILL LIKE IT - $11.98 utlordky, Wednesday A. F. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Co. Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. evening Sept. I'Jtlt of peritonitis, after an illness of only two days. His wife passed away on the fourth of July two years ago and since that time he had made his homo with hit son. Ho was an estimable Christian gentleman, having been a member of the Ilaptist church since his youth. i)u leaves five children, J. L. Fads of Louisville, S. E. Fads and Miss Alyco Fads of Ford, Hugh Fads of Ashland, and J, Leslie Eads of Cincinnati. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Grillln at the Christian church after which the body was laid to rest In the burying ground near Ford, and about the crown of a fold of velvet goes n string of Iridescent bluo bead. Ihe ouly trimming. Simplicity U a tnark of all tho uuw service hats. w COZY Thedford's Black-Draug- ht ONtS Snd Prtvcnts Firs. If Japanese Uutoun have a little .and put In tho bottom theie will bo imall danger of their catching Are, as .ho saud gives weight and holds the tiui: firm. aae. Aire. W. P. Pickle, of Rising Fawn.fla., writes: "We have used Thedford's Ulack-Uraugas a family medicine. My mother-in-la- w could not take calomel a3 it seemed too strong for her, so she used Ulack-Draug- ht as a mild laxative and liver regulator . . . We use It In the family and believe it ts the best medicine for the liver nude." Try it. Insist on the genuine Thedford's. 2Scanack- - twa The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 20, 191 7. Seed Wheat, Rye, Barley Call and Examine our Recleaned Seed Wheat, Rye and Barley. Purity and Germination Test Given cfcearaazsen. im, New Crop of Timothy Seed now in. Remember the Best Seed is Always the Cheapest. Hudson, Hughes &Farnau Field Seeds of Quality. Wanted Butter Treated. Mary got up ono morning nuil found COLUMN Hint Uo could not spread the liuttcr on her cracker because It was too lianl. I Going lo her couln, I.IIIIp. she said: "Here, l.lllle. put this In tlio oven find IpllCO U'lOW tllll llfadtlgll (01 Itie MClll' make It easy." Ta Hid of ourUrmer tutoertbers. nml 14 for iho ,!! o! ,:oek. Kim ul a'K'h thing nu aHt?r-tliu- . farm a tba larrer cnnot aftorrt lo Woman at Her Best. lour No notice Hill he ccfrteit NYtMtir win l'o more touching than Iiiim "i !! lh. i. ami will twuiilyln t oaf. trre of charge to beheld ii soft linil tende,- - fennlf, nlm has Immu nil winknes tin. I de CO acrs of Rood crass for grazing. pendence, mid nllvo to oery trivial J. J. & W. I). Walker. roughness, while treading tin uitli." of lft. suddenly rising In For Sale; Some Rood peed rye. nionliil force to he tho comforter and John Ross. supporter of her husband In ir.tfor-tun- e. Washington Irving. Southdown Hacks, FOK SAI.E-T- wo old. W.H. Hrown two and three years Thoughtlessness Rebuked. My sister came to make us n vlIt FOK SALE- 22 head extra Rood ewes and IVter, n neighbor's small boy, win W. G. Cl'ark. an Interested spectator when her trunk FOR SALE An extra Rootl Herford wn being imparked. Timidly he asked Jack ISourne. her If she had brought any candy with Dull, one year old. t, her anil upon receiving n negnllve Inipilred If she had any gum. This FOK SALE; One extra gcod yearling no saiu: iiNo proiiuclng no result Clarence Green. bull. "Didn't vou link there wax going to be shoats and one Rood tiny wlttle boys In till townt" FOR SALE-- 18 go Tribune. Bright Herring. surrey. ! FARM'S J 'b or I I SALE OF Don't Wear Smoked Glasses. Worry Is n pair of smoked glasses, through which all the world looks somber. The sunshine U us golden us FOR SALE; Sow and five pifis. George Carpenter, Lancaster. ever, and the, sky as blue, but through those smoked glasses everything looks only FOR SALE: One Large Old Fashion dreary. If some of yon would pocket your worries, and see what tin. Spinning Wheel. world really Is like, it Is pretty certain Mrs. J. A. Conn Jr. flint vnn w.iuM fntiL'n im vmir mlml ......... ..... ...... Lancaster, Ky, ... 111, ...I. 1..LJ..., I.. .1... ' (II III BlllUlttU WIIUMlll un,l.A.l future. Stock Ewes; FOR SALE:-- 33 . j Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Phone Extraordinary! FOR SALE:- -4 Shoats. Miss Georgia "My young friends" salil a member Ruena of the bourd of trustees who was adDunn, Bryantsville Phone Vista. dressing tho scho'd, "let me urge upon FOR SALE:200 Walnut trees. you the necessity of not only reading good books, but also of owning them, Gocd size and quality good. A. B. lirown, Jr. so that you may have access to them 9 FOR SALE: Two sets of furniture, two folding beds and several carpets. LIVE STOCK! Owing to my brake down in my health, I will on it. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. 1 Wednesday, October 3rd, '17 beginninirig at 10 o'clock a. m., rain or shine, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, at my farm one mile north ot Buena Vista, on the pike leading to High Bridge, the following live stock v H2I-B- I CO-- Why, when I was a at nil time". FOR SALE: Some loo3c clover hay. jomig nuin I used frequently to work all night to earn.money to buy books, Good quality and In good condition. Simpson Sisters, Marksbury, Ky. mid then get lip before daylight to lead them." SALE 400 bushels of seed wheat. Tests U. Germination test FOR 93. R. L. Rose. locust posts, cheap .FOR SALE-5- 00 grazing for cattle. Jas. G. Conn. lo Doit Sll your old iron to hucksters Bring it to us, will pav you CO cents per 100. Highest price paid for country produce. Bailey and Moss Tobacco Impoverishes Soil. It has been calculated that u ton of tobacco withdraws more than a hundredweight of mineral constituents from an into of land. This would appear lo be nu astounding waste of material, which must be of enormous value to the soil, considering that 75 per cent consists of calcium and potassium salts mid 13 per cent of magnesium and sodium salts. Including nearly fi per cent of the essential constituent to all plants phosphoric udd. l seven-year-ol- d d foot; 1 slx'year-ol- Bleucher. 1 Garrard county, elght-year-o- roan mare, good gentle family marc safe for ladies and children. Has mule colt at trotting mare. This Is an extra good road mare and has colt by her side by d black family and extra good work horse. This is the safest family horse In lfyearllng filly. 1 brood mare in foal to jack. high-breld POOR HOUSE FARM Cast Dice for Bibles. The l'lble Orchird Is n piece of land In the parish of St, Ives, Hants 'EngSealed bids will bo received ut my land. Dr. Ito'iert Wilde, who die In noon, SATUR- August, 1S73. bequeathed fW. the year-l12 o'clock olticc until DAY. SEPTEMBER 22nd. 1917. for lutrrost on wide' was to be expendthe renting of the Poor house farm for ed In tho purchase of six bibles, not exceeding the price of 7s (U each, tho year 1918. On this farm of 177 acres is u splendid residence, and to- which should be "east for by dice" on bacco barn. About CO acres to go in the communion, table of St. Ives on May, by six boys corn and tobacco, about 12 acres to go the last Thursday if and six girls ofthe town. Hence tho In Hiiifll grain and the balance in grass. day Is known us Iilble Thursday." Tin- renter will bo required to take The capllal sum was Invested la to the farm by what In known us lllble Orchard. cam of all paupers Bent the Court and will bo allowed CO cents per day for keeping and taking care of Sculptor's Masterpiece. each one. Blank contract now on file The fuiuuus statue of St. Bruno ot at the County Clerks ofllce may be seen Rome wus made by the great T .lister at.anv time. The court reserves tho This of French sculpture, Houdou right to reject any and all bids. At the luvltutlon of Franklin, 10th day of September 1917. Houdon visited Ancrlcu In the lenr C. A. ARNOLD, Judge. 1785 and took casts for the etatu of Wushlngton, now ut Richmond, Yti., said by Lafayette to bo the test likeBOOKKEEPING ness i btalaed of the "American IV Butlniu.PhoMariphy trlot." St. Bruno belonged to the orTYPEWRITING and der of Trupptsts, whose chief law was TELEGRAPHY silence. I'opo Clement XVI, on ilWI.I.iMiri the statue of St. Bruno, exclaimed : iarcftaiiM "Ho would speak did not the rule of fcw tiprn Jallla I2l uJffiV r.ara Ids order forbid." To Be Rented To Highest And Best Bidder g mules, 12 of them mare mules and 5 horse mules. 17 head of good 1 pairj 15J hands, 6 year-ol- d mare mules. 1 pair 154 hands, 5 year-ol- d mules impairs, horse mules, 1 mule, 15 hands, 5 year- - old horse mule. pair 15 hands, 5 year-ol- d two-year-old will sell these 1 mare mules. I y 20 head of vearline steers.- ' troocl crrade. 6 J' 4 yearling heifers. 2 heifers. 5 head of good weanling steer calves. yearling short horn milk cows with calves by side. 2 good 1000 pound dry cows. ewes, age from 3 to 5 years old. .2 South E,ucks, good ones. bull. 65 extra good lll-.Wl A WWW Qnn nniinri steers. Ssv - - two-year-o- ld 1 i 6 good sows and pigs. 1 5" sows that are due to farrow by day of sale. I Poland (1711-1S28- ). China Boar. five passenger Hup Auto, good as new. TERMS made known on day of sale. Some household and kitchen furniture. Vista, J. B. Ruble, Buena the Ground Ky Dinner A. T. Scott, Auct. on for all.