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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 27, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917092701_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 27, 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 27, 1917. ALL NUMBER 2a. ACCEPTED. WORKS LIKE A FURNICE This jjrcatcsl of nil HAKE YOUR HOME COMFORTABLE AND SAVE V card from one of the boys nt Camp Taylor yesterday stated that ull of the hoys sent from Garrard countv had been finally accepted and means that none were turned down for physical de lects, which speaks well for the class of men we are tending and also speaks well for the examining physicians who served on the exemption loi.rd. A SOLDIERS LEAVE FUE- LBy liOH Heaters actually pnys for itstlf. Installing a fir LIEUT. CHARLES K. DUNN The above is u fair likeness of one of our Garrard countv boys, who after winning the honort In the high school here, attended State University nt l.cxihgtot, taking a special course In Knglnwring and received thu honors of his clam. He joined the OHirers Corp and received his title In the engineering department of the training camp. He Is now "somewhere in France "'and is probably one of the first Lancaster hoys to see such service. He is the youngest son of Mrs. W. A. Price, and his friend" here me proud of the record he h t" !. and will watch Iuk" future carve. Willi much concern. Amid Cheers And Tears. 'JnthiirJ a XXultoltliry I t 1.1 the I EAST 2' B-- XXth CENTURY HOT AIR FURNACE. Thirty-siof Garrard county's young manhood left for Camp Zachary Taylor last Friday morning amid the cheers and tcurs of their friends and loved ones, which was the second increment of the draft army called from this countv. The dcuionitrulion given in the honor of the Garrard county young men, was (he largest ever before held in Lancaster, surpassing everything MOORES AIR TIGHT HEATERS Heats upstairs and worms all tlie floors. It hums the cheapest kind of slack and can be run at Conn Brothers. rii ir iririri LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. ir3 heretofore attempted. The evening previous to their departure, a dinner was given them nt the Itex Theater, financed Ly the citizens of the town and community, and furnished by the "Circle Girls" of the city. The meal was all that could have been wished for and the boys went nfter it with an eager appetite. Judge L. L. Walker acted as toastmaster for the occasion anil several speeches were msde during the evening which were heartily enjoyed by all present. Those speakingjieiug, Messrs II. S. Hudson, F. M. Tinder, J. I. Hamilton, L. G. Davidson, II. V. lla'itin, William F. Miller and J. K. Robinson. Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird made u beautiful talk to the boys uud on behalf of the local W. C. T. U presenting each with a comfort bag, which will prove a blessing to them during their atay from home. A beautiful musical program was also rendered, Mrs. May Hughes Nolund presiding at the piano. Thoie taking part in the singing being, Misses Martha Tinder, Martha Ward Sweeney, and Mary Lee Lear, and Messrs John M. Farra, Charles Doty and J. It. Has- -' elden. .Ir. The hitter singing a very appropriate anil patriotic tong, .entitled "Its Time For L'very I!oy To He A Soldier". After the dinner the boys were escorted to the hotel where they Less Than Half The Cost or Oth- er Heaters. Absolutely will hold fire 18 hours. You do not have to shine this stove hut once n year RED CROSS EXCHANGE Tlie local chapter of the Itcd Cross announce that they will have an ex change in this city on the day before HASELDEN BROTHERS a. Thanksgiving. GOOD WORK The ladies who are working so faith fully in the Ited Cross work at Hrynnt ville made $50. at an ice cream sunper and sold $21 worth, of lemonade at n public sale held near there recen'ly. BILL FARRIS 8 a ft GlenLily Still Leading in Baking Qualities. Took the Blue at Broadhead and Stanford Fairs against Obelisk and others of the best Kentucky Flours THE REASON is no Bleach no Blend to take the natural vegetable life from it. DIES. The Byrne Optical Service f Hill Karris, colored, died last Sunday after mi illnpfes of several weeks. He had been a long sulferer from asthma. He was well liked and for some tunc was the head cook at the Puritan. BANK STOCK. Twenty shares of bank stock in the M Hank of Ilryantsville will be sold at CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR. llrvantsville next Saturday. Head the This is advertisement In tills issue The camp where most of the Garrard one of the sulxtantial banks of the 18 Years Experience. 1 1 Years in Central Ky soldier boys are stationed is a magic county and the stock should sell well. city, being constructed In less than two months. That is an amazing fact when IN SIIELTEX & ZOLONITE RIMS LATEST STYLES THE BAPTIST CHURCH. one realizes that the camp is to accomSunday School at 0:45; Peaching ser modate more than 40,000 men, and is Will be at KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER vice morning and evening; subject, scattered over 'J.C00 acres witli a total morning service "Listening nnd See- of 1,437 buildings that required in the ing", Gen. 3:11; evening, "The Steps to construction 32 000,000 feet of lumber Membership in the Divine Family," or 1,450 carloads; 20 cars of nails, 33 Matt. GUM); 'young.people's service, cars wall boare, 5r9 cars of miscel laneous material and 177 cars of quarter tl:30. master supplies. In the main camjil there are 81 buildings fur olhcers MEETING. MIDWINTER headquarters; 15 for detachment bar-- 1 Optician. Lexington has tieen chosen for the racks; 223 two storv, 10x143 feet com-- j I Kniploy No Agents. minwinter meeting of the Kentucky pany barracks; 310 lavaratorics; 20 adThe date has been ministration buildings; 7 guard houses; Press Association. A large at- 33 storehouses; lti for medical depart set for December tendance is nstured as u splendid pro- ment; 32 shops; 20 for stable guards. rou SAI.K New lluckboard. gram is being uranged and matters of 276 stables; IS gun idieds, 47 wagon Fresh )ster. Any style. I!, Zimmer. Apply at this ollice. vital importance to the publishers will sheds, '.'7 boiler houses and 19 miscel25 miles of water laneous buildings. be ditcussed nt (lib meeting. Wanted Comfort to tack and cover. The Woman's Club will hold its in pipe and 25 miles of sewer pipe were I will appreciate your work. itial meeting of the year Tuesday Oct, laid; 10 miles of ideal road constructed NOTICE. Mis Lena llrijjlit. 2nd. at H o'clock. The program will uud 7 miles of wire fencing built. Some of our subscribers thought wo consi.t of muic, the usual President There are 39 hospitals, nil connected plain and fancy sewing, All kinds of and a history of the Club House hud reference to the Itural Carriers, by covered poiches and wide board Satisfaction address at teasonable prices. which is one of the ancient lundmaika when we announced last week that walks, except the four that are for Mrs. I Morgan, guaranteed. of the town, A reception will follow those in thu city of Lancaster who contagious diseases. There are nhio Hiclimond St. next door liclow Powell's were getting their paper by the carrier Y. M. C. A. und one Knight of Colunv tore. . Winning the war is up to the women would utter this date get them from bus buildings. The V. M. C. A. build to this ollice. lint of America. Mr N. Miller sent It has become a starva- the post ollice direct. The Hecord will ings are the only ones that boast n coat week, h radish Hint weighed i pounds. tion war. CivitizutiMi'a fate hinges on still ho delivered through the Itural of paint and they are here as in nil n K lie raised everything else in proHir-tio- who can hold 9ttt longest against hun- 'Carriers of the county, but not imv army chiiips, datk green with white to this vegetable, we know ho will ger, Drastic food economy by Ameri- jmure by the city carrier. trimmidgs, these dark green buildings live easy this winter. and can women will he one of the vital stand for, such us free of victory for tint allies. Saving writing materials, comfortable places OPERATION SUCCESS. Once more u year awing mtu Its last fund in the home means saving lives nt for spending spate time, secretaries lap. and wo have with us ttlu Autumnal Mrs. Leslie Sebastian was taken to trained and anxious to add to the pleas the front. llquenoxl Precisely nt 0:53 last SunHospital last Monday und urcs and benefit for the boys, great the Danville day morning Autumn made her formal Mr William liray Drown, n resident was operated upon successfully yester uuditorium for entertainments of vari entrance. Here's hoping she will .hold of thli county many years ago, in fuel day. Reports from her bedside this ous kinds, including moving pictures, winter fit her lap u loop; time. it luts been fifty years since hu lived morning say she will probably be out attractive religious services and numer heie, has just renewed his subscription in ten ilnys ous other privileges. The Hernslorir $50,000 fund to Their daughter. Ciristlne. was oner Mid says he wants to The culinary departments arrest at Congress was held up us n trik-in- n to the Itl'.coiiu lust Julv ut tentlon with their enormous cooking touch witli the home folks in ated on for uniiendicltis exumple of what German pence i keep in l.uncasler. Ills friends here will be the same hospital uud Is now bale and ranges, immense utensils and various talk umounts to. Ilernstorir was talk- ' glad m know of his success in Chicugo, hearty. conveniences that make it possible to It was u peace that ing peaco-b- ut keep then as clean as the proverbial hands und keep wheru hu now lives, anil has built up it would tie America' flue rcalestate bunine. POOR HOUSE FARM RENTS Dutch Kitchen. one moie enemy on Germany's hack. Another interesting place was the Sealed bids for the rent of the poor. great bakery witli a capacity for turn Germany' and Austria' acceptance The opening of the next Liberty Loan cainpaiKU ha been tentatively of the pope' peace prolTer failed to house furtn were opened at tlie county ing out 4.S00 loaves of bread daily. clerks ollice lust Sntutduy let by the Treasury Department for swcrvu the United States government containing 177 acre was and the farm These facts and figures may help in rented to Mr estimating the size of this1 camp In October t. Subscription hooka will in its announced dotel initiation to make Tlie amount, no peace while kuiserium lasts. Authoii-tie- s J. A. Conn, Jr., for the jear 1918, for which we are all Interested. close November I. declared that the war pieparation the sum of S1.M7.50 There wciu ten rate of interest and denominations tli- - trilirirlri Itself will bidder The price received U in all. have not been definitely determined, uilil irn nn fhit SOLDIER PICTURES It is believed that the amount continue, despite the Teuton replies, several hundred dollars advance over but 1 can furnish pictures of all the boys Secretary mid they pointed nut that the Hohcu. last year. Mr Conn is ne of our best $300,000,000. will be have been drafted, either tingle McAdoo gave out a stuteiueut in which xollerns always talk peace with their citizens, and the awarding of the farm that S. O. Kites. give universal or in groups. he declared that no decision had been mouths, while their hearts plot murder to him teems to It. reached a to newspaper advertising. ' and Intrigue. 3 "bivouacked" tor the night. All were at the station Friday morn ing and there they were met by the entire citizenship of the town, tlie mini ' (W alwinl himlnr nut u.i mnu,u ... I.i.l tr.ul.lS They Sieed to the parting soldiers. lett at nine o'clock in a special coach, which passed through Stanford at 2 P. ft ! I Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. I f Garrard Milling Bargains In Go. OCTOBER 1st to 6th. (5porndrk J. J. BYRNE f I BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL Composition & Metal Roofing Steel and Galvanized. j WAGONS Run Lighter Last Longer. Has no I Let us show you. sand holes and is easy to put on fae-tm- s Harness The Very BEST Can j House Paint The Best on the Market and at That Buy. Money ' ' . Prices that will please you. Turning Plows That Run Right And Linseed Oil. Not Cotton Seed, but the purest Are Guaranteed. of Linseed HORSESHOEING Oil. and REPAIR Department js Wire Fence The kind thit Slays when put up my complete. does your horse forge? We have the best shoer in town J 1 W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, - Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 27, Nunnelley, of this place Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ilcazley of Lan- andj)r. J. It. Stiller, of Irvine were caster, were here Sunday. married in Lexington at Mrs U. 0. Miss Klizabeth Farm pcnt Sunday Govcr'a last week by Dr. Cros.'field. with liei tnullior at Nicholasville' The bride is the only daughter of Mr Miss Mury Hubbard of Cincinnati and Mrs It C. Nunnelley and Is n lovelias been the Ruest of Miss Sallie ly young woman. The groom Is n veterinarian and has recently been accept Meidamei Mattle White and J. S ed in the U S. Medical Corps nod will Itewl of Haltirore Mil. nre here with probably have to go to France. relatives and friend. The county committee met last week Mls Mnry Arnold of Lancaster is and unanimously clectrd Hurry C. here in charge ot the Style Shop for shcrilT to take the place of Mr. Kt-II- Arntild I MIlCI". Mr Smith Ilaughman, the democratic Mrs. Kmniett MclVrtnack of Huston-vill- e r.niniiiee, who was r lint to death here has bivn the l''r dauizh- - cciiit day by I'd Hubbard, republican tcr, Mrs. Jau.ts A. oda Mrs Ilaughman, the widowj nominee. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Williams, of dosirnl that Mr Harry llnughman he Nichulasville, arc the guests of her appointed. He will ive half of the mother, Mrs. Susan II. Yeager. salary lo her It mean n great sacri Kev. Joseph Hopper, of lireathitt fice to Mr Ilaughman, who has been county, apcnt scveinl days here with cashier ol the hirst National Hanu or hit mother, Mrs Kittle Hopper. hi city for n number ot years to give Mr. Krnest Warren and bride, of up lit t place Mr llnughman is n very Middleslioru, were here n short time staunch democrat and is a very fine this week with Miss Kmmu Warten. gentleman and is the right man for the Mrs. Annie NVwIand has returned place. from Lexington, where she has been visiting her daughter, Mr. .M. Adams. Airs K J, Howenstine and two children, of Clrcleville. Ohio lire quests of her father. Dr. and Mrs W. 11. O'Can-ioMiss Cora Mis Sallie Eubanks icturned Monday to St. AuKUstine, I'la., where she will resume her duties in the U. & D. School. .Mr. and Mrs. Hascoin- - I'elphrey and IiUiu daughter, Nelle, of Lancaster, Sunday of W. A. Carter weie gut-itu mI family .Mrs. J. Vox Dudderar nnd little .Franklin Inil. Mijs Elizabeth Givens, of near Hubble left the first of the week foi Fulton, Mo., where she will teach in a 1) & I). School. .Miss Mary Klizabeth McKitmey left W(doeiday for L'lvo Sprint;, Ga., where fhe will tench another ei.r in the I). & I). School. ..Irs. l.uuanna Holdum, who has been vl itiiiK relatives and frier.ds-hcr- e and at Crab Orchard returned to her home at Muskogee, Okla. .Miss Lyle Cooper left this week for Litchfield, Ind , to attend the wedding of her biother, Edwaid Cooper. She is to be the maid of honor. Mr. and Mm. .11. 11. limning, Mr. Carl limning, and Mits Virginia Hum-in- g have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr. Mrs. Stewart Carsor, who has been quite ill is greatly improved and Mrs. Cornelisun. of Richmond, who has been with her has returned home. Capt. John N. Mcnefee, who has been at Cambiidge, Mass., fur at-osix weeks taking special training in trench warfare is here for a few days. Miss Virginia Mahoney who lias been at Minneapolis, Minn., has been visiting her grandmuther, Mrs Mary IVnny. She went from here to enter John Hop kins University at Ualtimore, Mu. Sam J. Embry, Jr., who has been at Akron, Ohio, for nome months has returned home and will leave in a few days to enter Uncle Sam's (service as he is the next call of those drafted. The will of Smith Ilaughman has been probated and he leaves his property to his wife her lifa time and It is to be divided among their children. Mrs Ilaughman is the execitrix without bond. I Mrs Saimitha Alexander die'd at her home near Hubble Sunday afternoon! after a lengthv illness. The interment' occurred In the Hellevue cemetery at I Da vi tie Monday afternoon. She leaves 1 91 7. STANFORD several children. MAYR'S WONDERFUL REMEDY for STOMACH TROUBLE ONE DOSE CONVINCES. R. E. McROBERTS, and other reliable druggists. COY Mr and Mrs Hubeit Carter were re rent visitors in Jef samin. Mrs Kate Sanders of Harrodaliurg Is with relatives in this vicinity. Miss Mattie Florence Turin r la visiting relative in llerea, this week. Mrs Claude llolton and children were victors of Mrs Alza Mc.Milliun, Monday Mesdame Joo Aldndge, Elj'ole Tom Hicka and families were entertained at dinner, Sunday, by Mrs . Elmer andJ. C. Woods of Lexington, motored thru here Thursday, en route to Lancaster, making several stops lo see friends of their old home. A very good crowd attended the sale of Mr. J. 11. Kemper last Friday after- upon. The following is a. list of the MARKSUUKY mI. i.rti.n inu, i 1.1 In fif, rjtlie ItK 'tomperiii'ad, com In the heap $1.10 John llojston sold n lot of cattle, . per bin el. ranging from f. to 8 ct. , sold to lluitus Warren his Mr. farm for JIM) per acre. I Miss l.en:i Alexander of Hubble was the gurst of the Misses Itojston last Miss fioldln McMillian and Mr Harry Folger were quietly married at Lancaster last Thursday evening. Their many wishfriends extend lo them their es lor n brlgpt future, lst - . ana Will . LI. am Pn i.. Hardy Flowering Veterinary Surgeon nnrl Dnnrist. Lancaster, Ollice at Italney a Livery Stable. Kentucky 10 'week. j M. A. Sander. Mrs. Nora I'rewitt sold to llrovvn land Law sou 1 heifer at Tc n our.d, aril H to II! a. rn, I'hotx Ollice Hours 'J at 125. each. Itol 7to9p.nl 9. Mrs. Sue Nelson ami uuuguter. Miss f.'.W Mortli of hiirdv plants and bulbs Margaret, uf m, ure glletts of for fall .'anting I'OSTI'AID foronlv N. K. Denny and W. A. $1 Hi, Write for particulars and KltKK Mr. John Itoystou and family. FAI.I. I'l.OWKIt HOOK, which tells Doctors Of Denial Swftrjr. John Chesuut of Danville has coif what to plant, how to plant and wlien lfflft .Inrtnr RtllMlniravrl Hurt A AnS. traded with tin church rommittie to to plant. .on i iirnliure diore put on h nit tal cellhi;: and will legin I.ANCASTKi:, SINGER, THE FLORIST KENTUCKY. work soon. riARRODSBURG, KY. Mrs. J no Wood, Miss Nancv. Mera ROUTE. P. Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting Wirt Tlte Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men uml Do)b, Host by test Every pair tfuiiniiiti'eil Administrator's G. C. COX. filanse.Ky J. A. Beazlev PUNUfiAL MRECTON Oflfce Over National Hank. Residence I'hone .1. Ofi'ce I'hone 27 LANCASTK1!, KV. daughter. Margaret, have leturned after visiting relatives and friendi at t n As H. P J. PATRICK, Kentucky. uut Liok. Honaker administrator of J. W. Brown, deceased, and agent of the Fine Cut Flowers. heirs, I will on, John M. McRoberts. on the premises at Buckeye, Garrard County, Ky., sell the follow J.E. EDWARDS, M.D ing real estate. One tract of land containing 76 acres more or Phone 365-mile from Buckeye. One tract containing less, about one-ha- lf BUCKEYE, KY. i acres more or less at Buckeye, and on the Scotts Fork road, Oarage and also another tract of land containing 6 acres, more or less, Rex IlltADSIIAW, I A. I). Prop Saturday, Oct 6i 1 1 Or. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. Culls answered promptly, tiny of niHht. Phone .10 1 Lancaster. Kentucky. si - li Lsv.iic.-- ; it There ecu bo 1:3 doubt as to the r. rU ct C'.rtlul, ths votr.:j's U.:.;, in the trc.r.ient ol nu:ny troubles peculiar to -- I ) the past 40 years, U c proof h2t it h a Rood rncdiclsc for women who culler. It should help you, too. litlptd by Cirdui '1 ' ivoniiAn. ttiownds Ol wcCijv.! )1:. ysl.'cn Fl P ADC ana adjoins the l acres mentioned above. This land is in a and Night. high state of cultivation and all in grass except about acres Open Day Satisfactory Service and and is well located. Will also sell at the same time and place, TAKE about three acres of land upon which is located a good Dwelling House, Store House and all necessary This is a beautiful home and a fine location for business. Will also at the uith same time and place sell Kxclu.ive AKcnt for IICM-- " i Pfaoae 66 Quick HUNTERS NOTICE. out-buildin- gs. A 1 STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN SAID STORE one-hors- ROOM. Take Also at the same time and place will sell two good gentle work horses; 1 milk cow with calf at her wagon; 1 e e wagon; interest in about 1 1 acres of corn; 1 side; lot of hay and one-ha- lf 1 buggy; 1 lot of wire fence; lot of farming implements and other things to numerous too mention. ' two-hors- CcSh and the balance in The land will be sola for one-thione and two years' with" a ien retained to secure the deferred payMTto Woman's Tonic w mentsDeferred payments to bear six per cent interest from date. E. llixson, Tenn., "I Terms on personal property will be made known on day of sale. ... back and were and rd l Varncr, of writes: was passing through My the sides terrible, my suffering Indescribable. Ican'ftel! Justhow and where 1 hurt, about I all over. I think began Cardul, and ray pains crew less and less, until (was cured. I am remarkably strong for a woman 64 years ol age. I da all tnv housework." looay. two Mrs. N. Thii Agreement Wilnrwctli, That in order to protect the Koine on our landii for it period of tl.ree eara we bind ounelvea not to hunt thereon, nor penult anybody else to do po. mid we further Httrce to procecuto dili gence all person who violate the jjaine laws of Kentucky or lrepu.ia upon our landi fur the purpose of hunting. And we further BKiee to act na Deputy Oume Warden for the purpose of cur rying out thia Hurerliient. Except each of ui have the rinht to kill rnlihita on our ."anna orjwniilt it to he dime by another under our aupervMun. or the supervision of Home responsible and reliable iernoti selected by us. Thi November lfitli, 11)16. It. I.. Klkin, K. Ifoblimon. W. II. Ilrown. Alex Walker. T. A. Klkin. - t M. Tinder-- , l.oKii Hubble, U. M. Deshon, II. II. Cox. J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mohan. Jno. M. 1'urru. W. 11. Ilurton. Haaelden Ilroa., J. II. Pulton. John II. Smith. .1. N. Itoss, J. ... 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. L J. E. DICKERSON, Administrator and Agent. i Kishcr Herring. Hughe Ilros, Withers Ilroa. William, Marcus and Jim White. II. V. Wilmot, J, I). I'o,,.. FiidJ Conn, Mra. Oavid Chenault. J, A'. Klmore, W. It. Cook. T. C. Uankin. Hulfman Bros. Sum Cotton. Win. G. Anderson. T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Moi. It. K. Henry. Jno. M. White. A. I) Ilradshaw, UriL'ht Ilerrinir. It. L. Uarker. Scott Huirmun Wm. and l.lnie Onstott. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 27. 191 7. RETAIN ALL BREEDING STOCK Near-Sighte- Ay UP TO YOU We Make Homes Beady to Wove Into BUY YOUR LOT AND WE WILL DO THE REST. Tell us what kind of House or Barn you want, just how you want them to look when completed, and we have the material to build from the ground up. Our price is reasonable and we give quick and honest service. Do your part and we will do ours. 9 Policy of Farmer to Animals Go Simply Because Prices Are High. tet Due In the scarcity nf, nnil demand fur, nil hinds of menl, the price of live stuck Ik nt prevent We have the best oi Workmen helping us.. ahnnriunlly high. The farmer naturally wants to Fell all , hi- - rim ul then llgiu-cstilul It Is nnt to ho wondered nt Hint he Is sorely tempted In sell Mm old or breeding Mock nx well nt these figures. It Is true that the) uill bring u good price, et, unless others ns good or heller am on bund to lepliiee them, this procedure Is bud Indeed. Intciid of nelllng off briedlng stock, the opposite plan li ti f t be follow I uhcrotcr possible the Increasing of brooders. The Aliierlrnii live stock must not only be iiiulntiilneil, but It must be built up. Kill the mature stock mid the Industry Is crippled. With the breeders killed, production Is cut nlT ii ixl future fiirin prollts from lhce iinlmals Inst, The breeding iinlmals mi the farm nre essential nnd niut be considered Its part of the permanent liitestment. Sate tln'-i- - to earn futuie prnllts, mid nnd Insure our dotnetltf lo prc.-erv- e incut Mipply. "Don't, kill the gooe that lays the gulden eggs." ffnTMil !ij We have opened up the Lancaster Ele- vator and flour Mills and arc running every day. We have an expert miller with us and are turning out as'good Fiour 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. Prione 86. Hervey 6c Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. Stony Point j SCARCITY OF GARDEN Gardener SEEDS l Reminded of Importance of Growing and Saving at Much at He Will Require. gar-de- n I furmal This Summer - Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU CiH oii to an Ideal vacation high up in the moun-lai- n of Wcucrn Nottlt Carolina. Days full of Interest. of refreshing comfort anJ activity anJ iport-nlg- hti kjIUI sleep. Itcnew tour liealtli In the clear, cool mountain air. Go camping in the wood- s- climb the peals play golf, tcnnU enjoy driving anJ motoring. Dig, line hotels or tiuict, Incxpcn-liv- c placet, whichever ou prefer. let I quote tou S Iowch touml Hip far..- - futnt.h tim. t.Vlca.lii.f .lure anJ sit ll.w I Inlormitlon. C.ll on ncJicit .sent or wine tin- - week Miss l'carl Spurluck Bin-li- t end Willi her sister. .Mr.. W. M. Hur- CO-Mr- . and Mrs. Ulmrles l.ee fpent Sun- dny with Mr. nwl Mrs. Kogers of Point Uavcll. VffJSJA II. C K1NC1, rhoenlx Hotel Division TaiKtigcr Agent Hldg., 118 Cast Main St. Lexington, ky. Mrs. Frank Moon and son, Willium, were week end guests of Mrs. V, M. Ilurgees. Misses Com Fletcher and Jcunio llurr stient Saturday night with Mils Pearl JSpurlock. ' Mr. and Mm. Uoy Adsms and little daughter, af Illinois are visiting their parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher and children spent Sunday with their daughter. Mrs I Clayton Anderson, Mrs. O. M. Ilurr nnd daughter, .Jennie, spent Thursday with her sister, I Mrs. J T. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. V. I.. Moore of Williamsburg have returned home. Hfler spending; n few days with their children Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore and Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Combs. The scarcity and high price of seeds, together trllli the unprecedented demand, made It luiposxllile for many growers In plant ns much as they ttldied. As dealers wore, out of the were tnrletles ordered, comuioii nnd much disappointment reuponVvory sulted. TIicm- farts impress gardener the wisdom of growing nnd saving us many of his nun seeds as possible. It requires only a little effort to do this and the gain Is much more d by the cost of seeds. than It Is an easy matter ut this time to pick out ii few of I lie best riulNh and lettuce plants mid allow them to grow and form M'ed. Two or throe plants will produce as much seed us one needs lo plant In tbc homo garden. l'lck out the tery best plants for this purpose. In the same way you' can save soed of spinach, tomato, popper., eggplant, beans, pons and many, other vegetables. Where more than one tarlety of sweet corn, melons, squasb or cucumbers are grown near together, the will become mixed nnd of little value to plant. rcprc-ciitrl Walker, Lee I licks east Dont Forget School Books Must be Sold ONLY FOR CASH. PLAN FOR KILLING THISTLES Difficult to Destroy on Account of derground Stems Cultivating Thoroughly Is Good. Un- McRobertsDrua Store Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 3:W All Occasions. Prompt Attention r or 81 Ml Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. ONE OF Canadian lliNtle and sow thistle are hard lo kill, ustbey hate underground sMus from ttblch new plants ore sent tip. A piece of ibis stem If cut off nnd will Poultry Tonic fit en the .light conditions step In form n new plant. the The first You can nisko 12 Is to mow Hie plants, then r.ilims of tliu best 7M W eradication pniiltritoiilcLnown J, y plow them under and did. the land us nun aoc iKiiiia oi VSUtt often us new sboots appear. Keeping anrc limits r.lln Stall!. Cures ami prcTcuts gat'4. the top from growing ttill hi time kill iimivr-ms-cnoicra. nii't the roots and underground stems. At ilnitf oilier rUtsorlirnixtl iKAtluM Poultry Unkfns-- . w:lnti4;Ct,liiii(ti,l Sold by R F. McRobcrts. 12 Gals. Di Draw A Check for the money you ove and note how much more res- k pectfully your creditors 17. - imeSrr-?- WHEELER S REAL KITCHEN CABINET BARGAINS -- They know he ia doing; business in u business like way. Hotter open such, an account even if your alTaira are not large. Thev will grow nil right. m f3 a - They like to do business with n man who has nn account at the you. Garrard Bank & ti Trust Co. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company taipwiniiirT-itga- Kentucky's Great Trots Just take a look at this CABINET at only $ .98 delivered free of charge. I 1 Canada Thistle. (rowlug n crop of corn In hills and cultivating thoroughly both wa)s and the hills Ik another way of (lotting rid of the patcherndleutloii. es of Canada thNtlo and sow thistle now will vuvc u lot of ttorli a little later. haiid-hoclu- Other dealers would charge $25.00 for the same cabinet. Wouldn't you like to try trndlnrj at WHEELEK's and save the difference. You can save 45th Fall Meeting Oct. Tli- 1 to 13, 1917 t.MO S.0M i.ooo l.Mll 1,000 S.oed 1.00(1 1,000 the difference on your FURNITURE, WHEELER'S. RUGS & STOVES W'fttch your bees closely during the honey How. just as well If you will only try trading at YOU WILL LIKE IT Co. Largest and Rug Store. . Wheeler Furniture A. P. Danville's Furniture Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. - t. WEDNr.sn.w, ocTonr.n x t.ftti) T'.is l'low In late summer or early fall I'liornli llulrl. ,., , $ S.ooil I'srlne.. 100 limner suLr. ,, ., ,. , 1,000 i.wt las., IrolllllK I.ota IMS ( l4, TrullIlK laud tbut U Infected with blllhugs. 1,000 1.000 titi (.la- -. IVcInc , till ( lis, Irulllnc 1,000 SiO'l tin.., l'.rlug tvi:i)Mnv. CTOiii:re 10. J ,000 Ulllhugs alfectlug corn cannot live1 .,...,.. Tim A.hUnd. :IS Trulllu Till I1SIIAV, OCTOIll:it i. t.0d I'siliiir lulurltr on cotton, therefore follow corn with Tin TruiiliunU. :0I TrullhK. ..., B.OoO 'Hie lloartl of Cviumrrte, I'mcIdv I, WO cotton, 1.000 :IIH i Usm, . rrulllllK 1,00 Trollrrs 1.0(H) Sill I lu... Trolllnir Tiirnsittv. ocroiir.u it. !, IVU (U... f Jilt (Uu, Troltlnx Coriillold Infested with ttlrowonus Ml , 1.00 (lu... TrsllliK riiintv, ocToiinu s. should bo cultivated an long mid us . i.owl tlOD t.COO till) (lu.. Turin Til lllus Cnt... I 2.000 Ilirrctrur-Ol- J ,. 1,00 possible. Trult.r. deeply us irottrn).. Tl.v 1.000 rillDAV AMI HATl'UnW. OCTOUEK It :i!3 ( Uu, TroltlUK , ! AM) 11 ULSKKVKI). 1,004 I If practicable, trow Held peas or tll lla., buckwheat on six' laud before planting o It to com, lu order to lesson Ih" l, . . t:-.- D dam-ag- duo to wlrcworms. I'low early in the fall ami thou disk ground thoroughly where corn Is to bo planted next year, In order to coinlot the. corn-roo- ... ... ... ... ... MON1IAV, nCTOUEII 1. fcATnmw. ocTonnit trollrr.).. Thn lViilnut Hall Tup, llll Trodlnr, ,1 3.(100 Tim KrntiMkr (t.rar-tld- ) llrrtJrr. stakr 3.CHM) , - li.lurlH rrutthiK . 1,1100 ., Hilll l,i... I'uiliK I'scLne 1.1HK), 3;l& , 2 II (liiu, I'M. llIK moniat, l. ocTonun a. OCTOIIEll I, Trollluc.S Tlir IM.nnA ( lisniloil luliltllv (lcHr-t4d.).,- ,, KrututLi rulurllf, l.iOO 1:11 (la.., Trulllns TrollliiK , t;' .1 . S IU.., Iru.'lhu I'Jilus ,. , . , X: I (.Iso, I'ailoc 1,000 SENSATIONAL RAOING KVERV DAY . :ni u, IU, Tl'ln.V, I.'l lla, Trinv. orTmi:n CumortUuJ, iM l'j.,hn ..... The Royal Scotch Highlanders In Daily Concerts t lipids. "REDUCED 11AILKOAD RATES"" The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 27, 1917. The Central Record incorporated, ssued Weekly. $1.00 RECEPTION IN HONOR REDUCED RAILROAD RATES. YOU'LL HND IT IN THIS COLUMN a year. !0F BROTHER TINDER. The members of the Christian church ROBINSON. Editor. will give it reception nt the church Fri R.L. KI.KIN. Local Editor ond Mgr. day evening at 7:30 o'clock, in honor of Rev. F. M. Tinder and his famllv entered it Iba I'oit Ofl1c In Uncntrr, Kj., who In n short while will leave for the Mull Mutter. i new home at North Middletown, Kv Hemter Kentucky I'reaa Association 4tld THIRD SERIES OF OFFICERS Eighth District Publishers League. CAMPS OPENS IN JANUARY Lancaster, Ky., September 27, 1917 Washington. Sept. 25. A third series of ofllccrs' training camp will lie open For Political Announcements cd by the War Department early i Rates For Precinct and Citv UlIL'es . . .$ G.00 January. Candidates for commissioners, por County Office 10.00 Adjutant General McCain sa,d I tor State and District Offices.... 16.00 night, will be selected from enlisted .10 men of the regular army or those call For Calls, per line .10 ed to the colors under the jelectiv For Cards, per line draft law. For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expresNEXT SATURDAY WILL B sion of Individual views, per J. . Second-Clou- t Next Monday October 1 will be a great day for Lexington, ror It is the opening day of Kentucky's Great Trotting Meeting with the races for the WALNUT HALL CUP and the on the card. for All railroads will sell round trip tickets at reduced rntes. 3 j I i ii ' it House for rert. A. II. llsttin & Son Fresh Oysters. For Sale Any style. I It. Zi minor, . Sow and six pigs. A. II. Doty, Paint I.lcl:. GARRARD DOING HER BIT. line Obituaries, per line DEMOCRATIC TICKET is? For Senator. JAY HARLAN Representative. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. Garrard county can always be depended Uwii to do her bit toward bringing this fearful war to a successful ending. This is jiutriotic week over the entire country nnd Gurrard is dcrroi.stru-tin- g her patrciii.m in more waj limn one. Mr. Joe Hammonds Is the happiest man you over saw, his wife presenting him with a couple of sold'er boys, while Norman Grow is almost beside himself, as his wife has just presented him with two Red Cross nurses. Will Denny is the happv .10 father of a ten pound boy, whom 05 THE BIG DAY IN LANCASTER nus Tinmen tor ins maternal grand If you miss attending the Uig l'atri father. This is truly wee otic Day in Lancaster next Saturday with the accent on the "Pa." you will regret it the balance of your natural days. The finishing touches HAMMOND-METCALarc now .being put on and final arrange' ments have been made to entertain the The marriage of Miss Alta Hammond Everybody i crowd that is expected. to Mr. William Metcalf last Thursday oxnected to come early, bring n lunch came as a distinct surprise to the and stay late, for there will be some' thing doing from ten o'clock in tl friends throughout the county. Both of the contracting parties being unde morning until late in the afternoon. age, they went to Jellico, Tenn. where A band has been employed and pntri otic airs will please the people during they were married last Thursday night Miss Attn is the charming and beauti the entire day. Speakers of prominence have been ful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E, engaged to address the different meet Hammond who live near Point Leavell, She is quite an accomplished reader. ings. which in all probability will be held at the court house. All the schools of the county, includ ing our local graded and high school will turn out in masses and a grand day it will be. Everybody come and everjbody hav one great day. Remember the time, next Saturday, September 20th. cattle, FOR SALE or will exchange for I mules, 1 jearling, 2 earlingn' and 1 Earl ( l'jrra. SHOP TOOLS WANTED Write1 A. J. Warner, Box til, Route 3, , Lancaster Ky. 1918. (3t-p- Wanted; To rent n house for the year W. T. Todd. Comer of square. FOR SALE: Green beans and tomatoes by the bushel. rie , Walton Moss. FARM FOR REN- T- 176 acres, one mile of I'tlnt Lick. Apply to 9 27 3t Elizabeth Best. Paint Lick Ivy. j If you have Hemp Seed to sell, write or telephone THE C. S. BRENT SEED CO. 'L Lexington, Kv. STRAYED; From my place about Sept. 1st. one black gilt, white in face, short tail, velght ubout 150. lioutidi. Reward of $2. to tinder. Owen Grow It. llackley. Kv.j For Scales, good as new; show case; two nit tnnks. holding 50 nnd 110 gallons each. See II. D.Lee at Lancaster Mills or A. 1). Lee, h! Lancaster. Ky. Sale-Cou- nter , I A. I). FORD. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. County " Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. County having given several entertainments throughout the county in the interest o me ueu L,ross anu omer cnaritalile or ganizations. Mr. Metcalf is n son Mr. Isaac Metcalf and is a progiessiv young farmer in the eastern section o the county. The friends of both wish them many happy days on the mntri For Sale-Thirt- een liesd of cattle, J nine yearling.!, three cows ard calves. Also 17 shoots. W. M. Casey, Koute 3. Paint Lick. Ky. Stayed to my place about two month ago, a black and white slotted hog. that weighed nbotit 125 lbs. Owner can have same by proving property and paying all charges W. T. Worrel. Crab Orchard Ky, Roula 2. "FARM FOR SALE" (lfiO Acre-.- montal sen. Court Clerk. W. A. DOTY. CARD OF THANKS. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. D. RAY. Wc desire to thank the many friend: If you UonH want to sell your farm who ministered so kindlv to the com forts of our aged mother in her last you had better not place it in the hands The Doolin children, ot Swinebrosd. the real estate man illness. STILL SELLING FARMS. jlj ij ft AlwaysWelcome .rfi'r4p.:i-ix,' .1. .'n WiN l ljlj 19 and Seller. N. H. BOGIE Mr. Robert Henry sold his farm con His recent sales were; the Rufus County School Superintendent. Lexington, Ky. taining 97. acres to Mrs. Dora Wheeler Moss farm of 9SJ acies which he sold MISS JENNIE H1GG1NS. for $136.00 an acre. This is a desirable publicly lust Saturday to Mr. Henry FOR RENT. little farm located on the Richmond Ruble, for $137 an acre The residence Coroner. road about two miles from town. I'os of Guy Rice at Paint Lick was sold Nice five room cottage with bath and S. II. ANDERSON session will be" given January 1st 1'JIR yesterday for $2.-10to Miss Idu Hurte lights, barn and large garden, and the 18 acres of unimproved land electric . Magistrate District No. 1. on Hill St. Possession Jan. 1. 1918. was knocked oil" to W. R. Patrick, for ON THE JOB See W. S. Emory, or write me at 322 J. II. CLARK. $155 nn acre. Good crowds attended High St.. Lexington. R. T. Embry. has assumed each sale. Boliver Bond was the nuc Mr. H. A. Richardson Magistrate District No. 2. his duties as one of the managers and tioneer, and say, he sells them. LOGAN ISON. editorial writers of the Danville Ad Mr. Siyinebroad also sold privately vocate, so says that good paper. "Hi the form of N. K. Bogie on the Buck AUTO FOR SALE Magistrate District No. 3. is an old newspaper man and the Itec eye road, containing 180 acres, to A. T. Having enlisted in the service of JOHN S. HAM. ord extends him, a cordial greeting and Sander, and John Miley Amon. Uncle Sam" I t.tfer my Moline Ruid- hopes that the success of the Advocate Magistrate District No. 4. ster for sale, ("all on Dr. H. J. Patrick may grow by leaps and bounds under . . Ji M. METCALF. EUBANKS. his able assistance. Paint Lick. Kv. W. I Carman. News of the death of Mr. Mack II. BIRTHDAY PARTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. Eubanks was received last Wednesday Little Marjory Ware Spindle cele morning. Mr. Eubanks went to Hot NOTICE TO MNTRAf.TnRS For County Judge. brated her second birthday Wednesday Springs several weeks ago in hopes of Sealed bids will bo received on MON- FOREST STAl'P. afternoon at the home of her grand regaining his health, but the trip did DAY. October 1st by the Garrard Counparents Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRoherts not benefit him. On the other hand, For Assessor. ty Board of Education for tho Krec-- , The dainty little Miss never looked he lost strength constantly unci was tion of the Stony Point School house. I A. T. SCOTT. happier or prettier than when sharing unable to return home. The deceased Plans and specifications for same her birthday cake and cream with was one of the most widely known may bo seen in my ollice. Fresh oysters, any style. K. Zimmeri Emily Ann Elkin, Charlotte Faulkner farmers in Central Kentucky, as well Miss Jennie Hlgginn, Supt, I us one of the most successful. He and Mary Shackelford. stood high in the estimation of all who i PREPARE FOR ncw him and enjoyed the friendship NOTICE DISSOLUTION, DOING GOOD BUSINESS. nd confidence of all who knew him. Notice is hereby given of the dissolu Mr. A. L). HraJshaw, the sole pro Mr. Eubanks is survived by his wlf. WINTER READING. prietor of the Rex Garage has just re who was before her mitiriagc Miss tion of the firm of Ration ami West. Have your eves tested and glasses Mr. Batson retires while Mr. W. T. turned from Mint Mich, with one ot Mary Hubble. Also by one daughter, Kited by the Byrne Optical Service. the 11)18 Buick roadsters, which is nt Miss Linnelle. He was a member of West tukea over and continues the Last trip for this year. trading much attention from the auto the Christian church. The remains ar businosH, assuming J. J. Byrr.e, Optometrist, Optician, enthusiasts. Mr. Bradshaw sells this rived Thursday and were tnken to his Thii August 30th illdibts of the linn. 1917. at Kengarlan Hotel. Lancaster, Oct. popular machine exclusively. He sold late home on the Lancaster load. It. II. Batson, W. T. West. to Cth. 1st The funeral was held at his late home this week one of the six cylinder tvpe touring cars, to Mrs. Sam Johnston, of near Statifoid, last Friday followed by NOTICE. burial In the Stanford cemetery. this citv. KILL RATS TO The annual meeting of the stockhold His advertisement appears in this ers of the Hurley Tobacco Company CONSERVE FOOD. issue of the Record and will appear DOOLIN. will be held at our warehouse on South from time to time throughout the year Rats may be trapped and poisoned, in each issue. Give him a call he will Mrs. Sarah J. Doolin died 'at the Broadway, (.exlngton, Ky, October 9th but cutting oir tlio food Bupply is the treat you right. home of tier sou, Mr. W, T. Doolin, 1317, at ten o'cIuck A. M. This is a surest and most elTective method at near Hebron church at the age of sev- - very inqiortant meeting and each extermination. nty.four years. She leaves seven tockholder should attend in person. Condition cf the Some idea of the expense connected hildren, lire. Alex Mnlear, Mis. Joe Hurley Tobacco Company, with the maintenance of rats may be GARRARD BANK AND TRUST CO. U. K. Osborne, Secretary, Pierce, Mrs. W. M. Cruse acd Messrs learned from the fact that a full grown S. 11., S. D., W. T. and R. N. Doolin. at the close cf bushier,! rat consumes about two ounces of grain One sister, Mrs. WELL IMPKOVED SMALL all of this county. SEPTEMBER 23th, 1917. ially, from 10 to 50 pounds u year, Margaret Turner, of Madison, also survives her, Resources Tho ciltlcally ill from the beginning Loans and Discounts NEXT CALL TO CANTON$231,903.87 her children were untiring in their efDue from Banks 12,062.00 40 acres, with Q room new box house, MENT WILL BE OCT, 3. Hanking House and Lot. .. 8,000.00 forts to fan the tiny spark of life back Liberty Bond Account .. . 20,000.00 to health but to uo avail, for she failed celled. 3 acre tobacco barn, Well wut The next increment of drafted men urnlture and fixtures... 3,000.00 rapidly until the end, which came at red and fenced in I llelds. Locate to Camp Zachary Taylor will be 20 per Cash on Hand 15 on the moining of the 18th. 8,002.02 near Bourne Kv, ubout 200 voids cent of the quotas of Kentucky, InTho the end had been expected daily pike. Must sell at a bargain. All in & diana and Illinois and the call will be 113,11858 for several weeks, it came with the grass except r, acres. A dandy money M1 made for October 3rd, on which day Liabilities. same crushing blow and left tho same making farm for tobacco, corn, hemp, v the troops will be started. The num- Capital Stock $ GO.000.00 dull mental pain tnav ueatli mono can etc. JOE ALDRIDGE. i W ber which will come to Camp Taylor on Surplus Fund 11,000.00 deal, and it was only after the choir Lancaster Ky, R. K. I). 3. Vt: that day will bo about 10,000. It was Undivided Profits 2.010.C9 had sung the beautiful chorus, "Only or see John Ham at Bouine. originally intended to send 40 per cent DEPOSITS Dream" and the minister had so $230,077.89 . of the quota, but on account of tralllc Bills Payable Fall fruits and vcgables enable the 20,000.00 soothingly said, "He doeth all things congestion, the plans were changed. well", did we realize life Is only a housewife to set what loo(s like a lux313,li&58 troubled dream and death the bright urious table. Sweet corn, watermelon, ' It is also stated thit no colored drafted men will be called at that time, but J. W. Elmore, Cashier. awakening. squash and other largo vegetables and ' orders for their transportation will be Subscribed and sworn to before me After short but appropriate services melons make the board groan. It la given later. A quota of 20 per cent by J. W. Elmore, thit 25th day of Sep at tho church she had united with In good economy to use what the harvest j meani that about 20 more men will tember. 1917. , early girlhood, she was laid to rest provides in its season of greatest plen- - j 5 Will S. Hopper. Notary Public. Jeave here on October 3rd. for the Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, be- ty, ine nousewuo can uo so wiiu a My commission expires, Feb 10th, 1918 side her husband in Gilead cemetery. cantonment. free conscience, SELLS FARM. for he turns the trick every time at price that is satisfactory to both buyc mono track, or ments. (1102-10- ) will sell (50) acres ith improve 1J tj'cjl jy-- fri Vjsr'T lit 8f? 3t CALUMET BAKING 'na v ,t"1'1 vr POWDER fc ia ' 1r it' 'nurft t - i'i" ' " . ' Vwiy Set. Jill j lljjjpl Jj jfji III I I V r TtVr ir'"'"VrJ vn" t tf v J 1 c 1 "r r c h 1 1C i je ' 'inrrJ'r is 1 IK 1 Tt yt I u; i ti lny i. urj 1'llllJll llll IB mIhh ui4 ft, HIGHEST . ilijlWHI rrriililH jB IE IB lUlH 1S18 ON DISPLAY AT OUR GARAGE Wc are agents for this famous car exclusively. Let us demonstrate its merits to you. Rex Garage Open Day arid Night. A. D. BRADSHAW, Proprietor. WE HAVE A NICE LINE ARM FOR SALE. OF i (! Sweaters. Underwear. Hats, Caps Rain Coats. Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats Ladies Ready-To-We- ar and Pants. Hats. Sec our line and jjet our prices. We meet competition. Your trude is very much appreciated. Sander's Variety Store. LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 27, 1917. Compare The Style and Value of our The Sort of Boots, Th at Y o u , M ad a m , Li ke! jMArh Suits, Coats and Dresses We arc then sure of your esteemed patronage. All wool value coats 48 inches long, large shawl lars of both cloth and plush. col-- . Boots that will appeal to ou diiectly as if ma tit: .to your own order. j PRICE $15.00 to $35.00 won- Plush Coats front $22.50 to $40.00. See these derful values before they arc all sold. Itt the Because vou will find out refirec? peer of.any you have ever seer-- Because they will please you-- Because they are the sort of shots ou likf . I IB km A I The Joseph Mercantile Co. THE ONE PRICE STORE. i THE SQUARE DEAL STORE. Mr I.. O. (Julley is oir on n hunting tiositicu with the Service Station, hi Richmond, spent Sunday here with his trip thi week. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. IJ. Herron. Arnold. of IVnca Citv, Okla Mr. 15 is is the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs Mrs. ff Iioinpson. of Indianapolis, visiting her daughter. Mrs. II. S. J. A. Arnold. Mrs. W. S Elkin. Mil. Mattie Dun Hudson. can and Miss Jennie Duncan motored Mrs lleorge Kobinson ami Mrs. W. to Stanford Saturday to see th- - Misses I!. Burton motored to Danville la: t 1 I One & Two Horse Wheat Drills Fertilizer Attachments and Plow. e Gossip About People V A HOW GLASSES ORIGINATED. Job Dwe Wagon. One e Birdsell Wagon, One Closed Carriage I'.rld Mtnlion or the Ccmlnci ".d Ono Huggy, two (!ns Engines, One Ohio Silo Filler. One Mnmirc SpreadAll at nttroctive prices, 'olin Dccre Wilson? er. One Hiding Plow. Sec our new Ranges nnd llenters The Prices Will Suit You. t tioinji Ijylnoit Wt Art Inttrtiten la. Saturday. Warren. J. R. MOUNT. & CO. The Q Mr. I!. F. Jennings ami sou-"- , lleorgo m daURliter Miss Helen Iloglc. of New Orleans, is ".'lu" V.. CVrlonsville, III., are the guests visiting telatives in our midsr. She isi all of Optometrist Optician. this week, of the formers sister, Mrs. I with Mis. Tom Wherritt this week. G. T. Hallard. Mrs. John Anderson, of Washington, Mr and Mrs. S. A. AUkiu motouil D. C , is visiting Mrs. Uaines, of Dan-- , MKS. AHNKK. KF.ADKR. up from Simpsouville and were the vllle before leaving for her home tiext week-enguests of her parents, Mr. September week. .i They were and Mrs. J. A. Arnold. A,r": Uiuiiiley has returned to tier accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Miss llet West ai.d Mrs Itclla Francis Moore 1'aradiic and the l'eri Dublin, da., after a delightful Iiichmund and daughter Koberta Knth-crin- e. were in Stanford tin's week, on bmi-- , 'lonu! Mrs Aimer. j visit to (iaines nnd other Mrs. of Marshall. Okla. nef- . Hcauniont Melody relatives. With My Irvine Ltspp, of Heren College, vis!- -; ..Mrs Hal lard. . Claudo IHce Gaines had the SPLENDID TEACHER. ted the home folks last Satuiday and' Selected Sunday, I'rlkerhough on the Itencllts of Drinking misfortune to stick a nail in his foot Hint The gocd people of the Duckeve Mr A liner. and has been out of school n week, but section of the county and the patrons Mr T. L. Sanders, of liichniond. was . f The ltnry. of the school in that district, ore cer- the guest of Mr and Mrs Taylor, last1 ,.Mrs Mallard. Mrs. W. I!. Todd who has been visit-- 1 tainly fortunate and are to be con- Sui.day. Hays Foster, of Stanford gratulated tor securing tnc services or .Osborne Fcui Measuies in the Key of ! Mr. It l. Mclipherts is back to his 'MR .Mr. ' hasjreturi'ed here and tesumed lier Miss Miriam Nolnnd, of Itichmond. who Mrs Ahner. work at the store after an illness of of the has nccepttd the prmcipalship work at the (iraded School. .. l'nles of llotrmaii two days. llarcarolln i new County High School at that place, Mrs llnllird. Mr. John Gill kinnaird was in Lex- . , .. ; ,, Mr. Johnny Aires, of Akron Ohio, .'lss ..oianu una u i eiui tiiiou uver inglon last Tuesday. II ' ''X CtS t h Selected accompanied Mr. Wallace Cotton home It Neves Rains. Hut It I'ours I.illn.l l..!fl Il llnn...a Ullll, ...l.ll. the . state for, her splendid teaching , . v .,.,.. UMWUO , V... .V.. Kllltll. Mrs Abner, for n visit. ' may start for France in the next month I 1 and the people of the Mr KichaiJ V. Anderson is confined .Horn II Trovatore Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Ilastin entertain- .district in which she has taught. Mrs llallard. to his home with nn acute, attack of ed at a six o'clock dinner lust Thursday 'flic following from u recent isue of rheumatism, A Cabin Tsl ( in honor of Itev. and Mrs. Tinder, Miss the Louisville Post speaks of her in Mahuda Sings Dunbar When Dr. It. L. Pontius and Dr. Charles Delia Tinder and Mr. and Mrs. Koss these terms; ! Mrs Ahner The Itivnls Zimnier, of Lexington, were in the Uastin. Hie Model Kural School" nt the ; .Dunbar city lust Sunday. Who Knows? Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Mcltoberts and State l air had an interesting ciguip-Mrs Italian! Mr S.J I Ion rue, of Lexington has Miss Anne Davis Mcl!ohert, of Stan- incut this year. One of the rooms was been visiting relatives ami friends in ford, motored over to our city Tuesday fitted with model school furniture, in- Sele How The Laltu Stipes Were l.itt Mrs Abner. the county this week. evening, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. eluding desks of exceptionally conven-- ! ient design, and a variety of teaching Mrs. I). Gullev leU for Asheville. It i;. Mcltoberts. i accessories. In the other room u rath- N. C. last Wednesday for u stay of George Kobinson. Sirs. Cornie Lr remarkable ventilating stove was Mrs. with friends. several weeks )v,iay, .uisses miunie .uae noumson ami placed, and there Were exhibited new , Katie llarnes Dickerson, and , models of a sand table, work bench, Miss Margaut Morrow left luesi ay , , ,. , Elliott motored to Danville and other domestic science table nnd other school 10 assume ner mines ai me aciiooi lor points last Saturday, room furnishings. There were also in-- 1 the Deaf, itt Columbus, Ohio. otln-- r Miss Charlie Klmore is pleaded with (cresting displays of sewing and ' "Feasor" Milton F.lliott, left last None ltetter Sold the work nt New Haven, Conn, the industrial work idone m . i i schools , . . Friday to take up his woik in the her i. ,0.cu rruuul:" ra,!VU ,n ac"u"' havrng gone there several weeks ago World Over. ,i Louisvilh College of Dentistry. "to take up her studies in the School for Miss Yancy, superintendent of thej Mr. T N. Aldrulge ot Stanford was the Deaf at that place. Mason county schools, who is deeply! here Monday mingling with the court Mr.lt .immcr has returned fr,om , interested niul active in Hie develop- - ( crowd nnd greeting friends. iluv Cincinnati, where he h.d gone to con- nient of rural schools in the State, is Mrs. J nines I). Kinnaird goes as a sult a specialist. We are glad to le anxious that the ' Teacherage" khall delegate this week to Dawson Springs ' ,)ort li4 con(ijt01, j m,lcll m,,lrovcd and become a part of the ural school sys- ut the State mooting of the W. 0. T. U. ,e w!n 8001l l,0 himself uu'ain. tern. It is the hope of those interested .Mr Duke Goodloe, has returned to , iiithe ditplay that u "Teneherage" v mi., i i,i. l"' udlU'J to tho ,"'1'1 S,:hoot bv his home ut Spilnglleld after u stay of frie,ul(( lcrH alatti timl h(u, u .lelight- -' u few dais with his brother. W. O. J,.j wil, gurl0UmiKS ul Van J " J1 ear at lhl , ler llew GUTever niiiu- Goodloe. iCouver. Wnihington. when, the is' The only Teacherage tabled in Kentuckv was one in Mason In l-- school for tho deaf. Mr and Mrs Charles Kobinson. of teaching KOUIIiy lull jeur. l WB3 laUKNl UY .. II - l,...,u InrrmUlair.. ,iir, j , iy, iieinpiiiii, jr. was a visitor Mils Miriam .Nolanu, or ICichmnnU. un. of Mr and Mrs Harry Tomlinson, Inst 0ur city ono iluy Inst week. "J.C." educator ofathe highest iimilillcations. Monday. ltfri) w,0 are proud la9 0(g 0f iliss Noland lived in her sniull cot- c-iiO'-(Q; ' Carlton Klkiu who has been eonllned ' his success in Chicago University, '. , t. jiUCunl t0 the echool, compaii-an- d REhas jakenup the study of law. ,,JIlv,j onlv )V u mM to his homo for the past week with an wl"" was u prrt iiiVicK oi riicumaiiiin, is able to return i MUs l.illle Mae Sutton entertained of the community life of the district, to his work. . the following guests nt a six o'clock exerting an Intlueuce educallonnlly and BUT IT MUST BE MORE THAN NEW. socially upon all the patrons und friends MisaSallie Klkin and Sirs. Emmu dinner Saturday evening; MIssm I school. You nro lookinU for quality and workmanship, too; a lint attended the district Iia" l'irln, Anderion. Ind, Lilhe Jones of the Tho experiment was pronounctil very meeting of the W. C. T. U. ut Camp- - of Lancaster, Messrs Kufus Stalford, that will stay smart. successful. and all of Akron Ohio, Lee Mctiuire and Auth LelUville lust week, Miss Yancy admitted, however,, that; Guess yoifre lookinii Tor one of our "KNAPP FELT HATS. or Cosby of Itichmond. Misses Floivnce much depends UKin the teacher whu is kinds of Tin Wprk. Johnson, Mamie You'll lie plensed with how line it looks, how 'jjood it feels, Miss Kliiabeth Karl Klmore enter in charge of the icnooi. Stormes Dunn and F.dua llerkele, who how well tt wears. Is a icmurkable worn, "Miss Nuland are attending school ut Ixington were tallied nbout twenty.flve'of her ypung Your business will ui an", sho said, "for besides her teachfriends at the home of her grand-mother- , hers Saturday nnd Sunday. Come in and try on one of our New Fall Models, appreciated. Mrs Put Andeison, last Satutdty. ing iua!ities, which ure of the highest Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Napier und chilIt was tho fourth birthday of , the charm standard' she brings to her work n dren have returned to their home In Ing little Miss and her guests were de- spirit of frien-ilines- s and Hamilton Ohio, after a delightful visit Incorporated. lightfully entertained during the after- witli the people of the school district' to relatives and friends here. KENTUCKY. UANV1LLK, noon, with games, itefrethments were which makes them love and admire I I Mr. Storv Herron, who holds u good served. her." " I PROGRAMME. 28tn, BUENA VISTA CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL Mr. I. W. Taylor w visitor in Newby last Sunday. Air Jess Wearren wasn visitor In our town, last Tuoday. Deal House. Mr. Price Mcfirath spent last Sunday !in Lexington with friends, j Mr. uml Mrs. J. I. Hamilton motored to Lexington last Tuesday. Mr (i. M. Lyons is spending the week on hii farm near Frankfort Mrt. J. A. Arnold visited her son. Mr. II. II. A mold in I'aris last week. MRS. MALLARD. SOLOIST. Mr ard Mrs Pat Suttr.n nnd Miss Lil- lie Jones motored to Frankfort, yester- at 7:30 p. m. 1917, Messrs J. II. M dure, (. L McCltiie. Mrs. John M. Fnrra will return T. K. Hardejty and Duke Uoodioe, all ironi h visit to Mrs. (!eorge A. of Springfield. Wera lieie for u dove .nci.oueri', ni Lovingion. (hunt yesterday. ' ' friends ennelnii feast Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mr. It. i;. Hughes, of Louisville n Mr. K. F. I'ostlo nnd Mrs. t'ostlc in this city on business. thU week, look- - have returned from a vfcit to the inn after his farming interests. formers parents in Ohio and are the Miss Hazel Champ entertained a guests ihis week nf Dr. Mini Mrs. J. U. ut u '.vat- - Kinnaiid. number of her young "" The Invention of modern spectacles is ascribed to Itoger Hacon and Alexander De Spina. The guilds of Spectacle makers received recognition by I royalty in Prance r.d Knglnnd, in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The most worshipful Company of Speclncle mnkcrs till exist inKngland, and claims the names of some of Ilrit-iuu- 's famous scientists. Thomas Young discovered Astigmatism in ISOO. Ilclmliollz invented the Optlmlmoscopo in lSi'il. The Uyrne Optical Service now In its Eighteenth year has been h boon to the Spectacle wearers in this territory, by furnishing the latest and best in Auplicd Opticcs. At the Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, October 1st to Cth. J. J. I5YHNE. NEW M 17 HATS .!,,., arrivingdaily, so for nifty ..: o.,, ;.K ,. see MrsFrancis Also let us fit you in a new SPIRELLA Time For A New Hat CORSET. fr, pi... moing mr' HEATING. TERING, ROOF- Iff ffnjj ING, ROOF PAIRING, Ventilating Parks & Hendren Co. P. B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 27 !9I7. As Safe as the Safest. Amplo Capital and Resources, prudent Management and a sound If you debanking policy make this Hank a safe place for money. posit with this Dank, yoj will receive prompt service and be assured positive safety for your money. It is our nlm to servo the people of this place and the surrounding country faithfully and well, nlwnja AFTER EIGHT YEARS Lancaster Testimony Remains Uoskaken. Time is the best test of truth. Hero is a Lancaster story that has Mood the test of time. It is n story with h point which will come straight home to many SEEDING WHEAT. I protecting the best interest of our depositors. UNDEit U. S. GOVKHNMKNT SUl'KltVlSlON. of us. W. I'umphroy, Dnnvillo SU, Lancaster, snys; "I suffered with my back and cculd not sleep well at night My on account of the terrible aching. back was so painful nnd wenk Mint I coulJ not get up or do nny housework at all. I was told of Donn's Kidney They gavo mo Tilts nnd got n box. Krcat relief from the first". (State ment Kiven March 20, 19J$) Mrs. J. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, U. K. HUDSON. KY. r. J. J. WALKEH, Vice Treat. President. Joe J. Walxeb,- Jr., W. 0. Money, Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ON ROLL OF HONOR. STILL i'UAISES DOAN'S. On November 18, I'M, Mrs. I'um-plire- y said; 'l still recommend Doan'a Kidney Tills, for they tiro the best I have kidney medicine I ever used. had little kidney troublo in the past several years, but when 1 have needed a kidney medicine, 1 linve used Doan's Kidney Tills nnd 1 have been relieved". Fojter-Mlllmr- n r0c, at all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., Uuffalo, N. Y. TAXES Past Due 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. G. GROW foods. MORE WHEAT. It pays to sow five to six pecks of seed per acre in Kentucky, The Station has proved this by repeated experiments. Except under the most favor-abl- o conditions, ns when wheat is sown rather early on rich tobacco land or on fallow land, pecks per acre pays better than live. lieu arc of seedmcn who advertise varieties of wheat which re quire n seeding of only a peck or two per acre. There Is abotiitvly no Var lety ol whfat that (fixes " prolltahle yields at this rate as at 5 to 6 pecks r acre. I'robablv llio most satisfactory drill is (he single disk type that puis the drill rows 7 inches apart. Experiments have shown no advantage in having the rows closer than this. The much ad vertisrd 4 Inch drills give no better t,ields than the ordinary type, if indeed s good. Wheat should never be sown deeper than necessary to get the seed in moist soil ami perfectly covered .Many poor stands of wheat arc due to covering unnecessarily deep. Wheat (!) should bo drilled carefully so that there will be no skips nnd wide spaces bePoor drilling tween the drill rounds. frequently contributes onsidorably to (1 r i I i I For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values I IVIoderate In Price ! Shown To Buyers If you wish lo GET ON A FARM, Invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. ft I I 30 any OR 300 I I location, adaptation consult the ACRES I or improvements (i D. A. Thomas Real Estate III low yield. . AQENCV 2C DC DC llread, milk and meat arc our chief Wheat is the best bread material fur Seed And Varieties. For Sowing Wheal. us and our allies. The Government insures approxi The varieties of wheat generally mately $2 00 per bushel for the 1913 grown in Kentucky ire the best for crop. Hy all means sow a larger acreage this state. These are Fultz, a smooth, white dm IT variety: Currell's Prolific, thin last year. having a smooth head with red chaff; Fulcaster, n bearded variety, and Med TIME OF PLANTING. Fultz. iterranean or Experiments have shown that Octc-bIf necessary to buy seed, one of 1st to 10th is the safest time to these varieties should be chosen, and plant wheat in Kentucky. everything if possible the seed should be bought In southern parts of the in the immediate locality. considered. Homestate it is safer to wait until October grown seed is just as good as Northern 10th to 20th when there seems much teed if reasonably clean and jure. No danger of Hessian lly attacks. Late farmer can atTord to buy enrugh high seeding is the only possible way ot con- priced seed from n distance to plant hii trolling this pejt. entire crop, ami pay frieght charges In addition, just to have absolutely pure seed. A moderate ndmixturc of other varities will not deciense the yield. The important thing is to luvc seed free from rve, cheat ami especially The undersigned hereby give warn- cockle and onions. Seed wheat should be cleaned in ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as order to remove light shrunken grains. There is no we will prosecute all offenders to ful dirt and other impurities. lest extent of i law. Hunters and. odantace in screeningout small grains if they arc plump. Fishermen especially take notice. Stinking smut sometimes causes con K.L. Elkin Ed&NB Trice Kentucky. It can be J. C. Iligsby. siderable loss in II. C. Arnold. cheaply Pint easily that John Tatum. controlled so Mrs. E. L. Frazec is excuse for having smutty T. K. Slavin. there little formaldehyde R. L. Arnold. treatment It. L. Barker. wheat. The Moberly. C. M. give and is perfective-l- y II. M. Lear. is the easiest to S. C. Kigsby. effective. This is applied as followt; Sims Daily. Julia Parks on the Moor or Thomas Tracy Spread the wheat out A. L. Gibbs. clean canvas and sprinkle until W. S. Ferguson thoroughly wet with a solution made We will add other names for 23 cents by adding one pound of fotmaldeh,de cash. to a barrel 60 gallons of water. "Then shovel into a heap ami cover with canvas for a few hours. Spread and dry Four-rowe- d cr DIRECTIONS RED BLOOD AMERICANISM " IS COMING TO THE FRONT Kigiit now this Country is calling for men lot alout hearts and sound bodies. It needs (hem to keep Old (ilory triumphant andfunsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the itnpnrtarcc of good health, both as an individual and national asset. ollice, Hilnt to the suggestion, often emanating from this every bedy should guard their health a a priceless When you find yourself running down nnd not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. You ought to nine lo Nature's relief and take a course of It gives that T. Ballard, Jr., Sheriff, POSTED O-- COM-CEL-SA- R W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, ILetfnlly fjiinrntutcd to satisfy you, or money !ark If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back horn- - for lack of red blood when you ar.swrr the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar lor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the liver. Kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOl'i: is best for HUMAN SK'IN. only IPc a bar. 3 bars 2oc. Try our COWIiOY I.INIMKNT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and COc bottles. i. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY. Dakota Jack-White-Mo- on 372U 31 West Hroadway. I.OL'ISVILLK. DC DC DC DCU sufficiently to sow. A - .o. He Was Annoyed. ri..in1lif n IStw wilt making nut her Ilrt report, fjlider tin' Lending "Accldcntx" she stated: "Humped into nn old gent." Under' tin heading "ItemarUs" she said: "Simply uwful." rlr! till., Evidently wntt . Why it Costs Less to Have liiese hres Un iour tar of their supreme inileago-givin- Seconded the Motion. wiih iirono to feel 'ilc. when nnyouo culled and made n flattering remark iibout him. One evening n neigh bor culled nn.l during tne evening wild: "My, but Isi't Jaco'i u cute lit- tlu boyV Whereupon Jacob prompt- responded: "I tlnlc M, too." .Ti'iiNih FARM For SALE ON m qualities. the standard of low mileage coit. For United Statu Tiret are That it why their tales continue to forge ahead year by year, month by month. That it why utcrt of United Statti Tire last year ore still uteri of United Statet Tiret this year. That it why, sooner or later, you, too, will be a user of United ' . Statti Tiret. Atk the nearest United States Tire dealer which one of the five is tuited to your needs of price and use. Because Not Altogether Good. Marlon' uuut was ti visitor at her homo unci Mnriou was u much admired and petted little girl. In n burst of affection her iiunt onld one day, "Marlon, you're such ' ll"" "t"u Ctrl." Hut the Hturdy joungster replied, "Sometimes I nui und aometlmes I don't." Wednesday, October O'CLOCK A. M. NOTICE Anyone desiring 3' AT I will TEN offer for sale at Public Auction on the premises 75-10- 0 ill REX Or, feci States lores Are Good Tires A Tire for Every Need of Price and Utt Royal Cord' Nobby' 'Chain' 'Utco' 'Plain' Vnitid Alain TtVllS iml 7KC .ICCT.ISO-l:it:Here Ml Ihi .stnttm llulfi anil ll'rer thtit Moke L'nitvtt Stutr litre Supreme AIo t toe motor Itucttt, inolor Llcyclci and ropln Blue Gras ty, sec Farm in Jessamine or Foyctte coun- 80 Acres of Land T. Currey Robinson Lancaster, Ky., who will bo glad to show you same and give you the lowest prices. cycl, A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried mmmm GARAGE, HIGHEST PRICES PAID bltMtUReeie4 No Coraauiioa to Pay Write toe Price Utt east" 8Upplag Tats Rtmlttasce Maued cm Day Being a part of the farm known as the Tom Walker Farm situated on the KlrksvIIIe find Hyattsvillc pike, three miles from KlrksvIIIe and four miles from Hyattsvillc on a good pike. This farm is well watered and wen renceu ana is an ideal location for a fine home. This land Is all in grass except 15 acres and is well adapted for Corn, Tobacco and Hemp. Possession given to same on Jan 1st, 1910. Anyone deslr ihg to see the property may do so by calling on T. N. Cotton. Terms made known on day of sale. M.Sakl&Sois bestptrtttt btsUU4 LOUUVlUAKy. US LANCASTER John Phone No. 866. H. Gibson. RICHMOND, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 27, 1917. At the W. C. T. U. meeting Thurs- Mrs. Green Clay Walker, Mr. and M day the annual election of officers was J. llogan Uallard were the guests of Mm Mnyme Lee Itnltart spent Wed- held. All the old ones being reelected. Mrs. hlizB It, Dalian! and Miss Mayme nesday in Lexington. Lucille Dean and Gladys Anion are ilallnrd for dinner Sunday, Miss Itessie Caldwell spent the week the names of the dainty little Misses Dr. and Mrs, Samuel J. Kose of who arrived at the home of Mr. and Hazlcton, end with frlendi In Illchmnnd. I'a. came Thursday for a visit to their patents. Dr. ICoso has Mm. C. C, Decker entertained a few Mrs Norman Grow last Week. of her friends at dinner Sunday. The sale of Mr. U. M, Moss was well offered his services to his Country and expects to receive his ordets in n few Mr. A. (5. T. Smith has been spend attended on Katuiday, The farm was sold to Mr, Henry Ituble.for $ 37 CO per days. Theit many friends were delighting several days In Akron, Ohio. acre. The stuck and farmlnK Imple- ed to sec them as both are very popular. Dr. II. C. Hose lias cone to Martins ments told well ville, Ind. for a recuperative stav. Dr II. A. i)ae-- ami family of LOWELL Mrs. J. C. Williams wna elected del- - (!errnetown expect tu move tu their Mr. Cun- Katc tu State Convention at Dawson home here in a few days. nlrnliHin and family moving to Mr, j Mrs M. (I. I.ee and Miss Virie, Springs. were in Itichtnond shopping Wednesday. l'rof. D. J. Miller has returned after. Joshua hempers. Mr. Wm. Ilurte ami Miss Ida llurte t Dawson spending a few ilay it Kov. I', II. Davis and Mrs. Dnvis of Spilng. Franklin, wne here for it short slay were in Lancaster Saturdayon business. with Mr lbibert Knnkin and family. Mrs. II. L. Elder, of Nicholasville. Mr. Sam Jennings and son, Karl, of Is visitit.g her daughter, Mrs, J. Ilngnn The) made the trip in their machine. Lancaster, were tlie guests 0f friends Their many friends were very much here Sunday, llHlli.nl. Miss Kvelyn Campbell nnd Muster pleaied to see them "Kiln. Miss Myrtle Koss and brother, spent Jack Williams spent the week end in Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Ilullard ami at- the week end with their sister, Mrs. Louisville with Mrs. Krank Campbell. tractive children of Stanford, Mr. and Krntik llurte. BRYANTSV1LLE Mr. C. A. llurte, wife, baby and niece, of Pittsburg l'a came Sunday for n visit t) his parents. Mr. Will Chlldera was here Saturday looking after some Improvements he is having made in his property. I'. Davis entertained last Thursday In honor of Mrs. J. I). Ilanlwlck of Hamilton Ohio. Mrs. S. Mesdames James Lee and J. II. Dav is and little son were visitors of W. L. Howe and family in Ilichtnond Sunday. Mlsi Lou Kuhlman and Mr. Letcher Simp.'on rloped to Jcllico Tenn, last Wednesday and were united in marriage. church JjBSWL Frost Frost cuts mil -- deep into the Jack poorly painted house. Each cold snap freezes the moisture in the boards and cracks the wood just ns freezing bursts bottlc3 cf water. &3 Dutch Boy The Itevivat Services at the llaptiit are well attended, and the practical nnd forceful sermons are Mrs. J. I). Hardwlck, accompanied by her mother, returned to her homo in Hamilton Ohio, Sunday, after a week's much enjoyed. AnJ (rl.ndljr advice, Keep out the moisture with weather-proo- f paint made of Dutch Boy White-Lea- d thinned with pure linseed oil. That will defeat Jack Frost. It will add fresh beauty, long remain and weather-proosmooth, r it-.- - f - hig or little jobs. White-Lea- d W have all f. t '.- visit here with relatives. Phoenix I , 1 1, 'i or wnt us, C. C.& J.K.STORMES to I tun now prcpnml tu ri 3a J FA 7 i have lurjie inrvMiinery and enn do your work quick. Mike it iliitt whli in tint in in i.'liine ntid men will be there tluit ilny. if possible Fill ilsi Public SUE OF your wheat for the bran and give you as good flour as can be nrvide in the state and about 40 pounds to the bushel. I a'iII grind 2 Leslie T Bradshaw. g "4 LIVE STOCK! Owing to the break down in my health, I will on Ml T"' :,m Wednesday, October 3rd, 17 beginnining at 10 o'clock a. m., rain or shine, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, at my farm one mile north ol Buena Vista, on the pike leading to High Bridge, the following live stock 1 seven-year-ol- via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit Round Trip Tfxiciit F.rel Irom Ltncitltr NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 KeductJ Farts to many olhtr clllti anJ rtsorts In the Easf and North Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron- il.icks, Lake Chumplain, nnd other cities and resorts or the East uiul North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Luke atcamcrs. ratrt, folJer, etc., apply G. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent Tor paftlcuUrt, d d ld foot; Bleucher. 1 Garrard county. 1 slx'year-ol- eight-year-o- 1 roan mare, good gentle family mare safe for ladies and children. Has mule colt at d trotting mare. This Is an extra good road mare and has colt by her side by black family and extra good work horse. This is the safest family horse in yearling filly. 1 brood mare in foal to jack. high-bre- DC ii ii ii --i Nunnally's Candies. The 1 o cii l Ice Cream Parlor. 17 head of good mules, 12 of themmare mules and 5 horse mules. 1 pair," 154 hands, 6 year-ol- d mules in pairs, mare m ules. 1 pair 154 hands, 5 year-ol- d 1 mule, 154 hands, 5 year- - old horse mule. pair 15 hands, 5 year-ol- d horse mules,. two-year-old I will sell these mare mules. 1 'L LGlLL, NUNNALLY'S 25 head of good 900 pound steers. 20 head of yearling steers, good grade. 6 head of good weanling steer calves. 4 yearling heifers. 2 heifers. 5 milk cows with calves by side. 2 good 1000 pound dry cows. yearling short horn bull. 65 extra good ewes, age from 3 to 5 years old. 2 South Bucks, good ones. two-year-o- ld 1 Candies Special Ice Crcnin for tills week's 6 good sows and pigs. 1 5 sows that are due to farrow by day of sale. I Peach, Tutci Fruitti, Caro-me- l, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served China Boar. five passenger Hup Auto, good as new. TERMS made known on day of sale. Telephone Poland Some household and kitchen furniture. Any Hour W. DC O. KING, C No 202. Proprietor. J. B. Ruble, Buena Vista, Ky A. T. Scott, Auct. It DC Dinner on the Ground for all. The Central Record. Thursday, Sept 27 !9I7. Seed Wheat, Rye, Barley ' Call and Examine our Recleaned Seed Wheat, Rye and Barley. 4 Purity and Germination Test Given New Crop of Timothy Seed now in. Remember the Best Seed is Always the Cheapest. Hudson, Hughes Farnau & Field Seeds of Quality. Asreed Upon Today Pig 1 ! FARMER'S COLUMN space below Ihu I.otdiug n (or tne cirln ITe uie of our termor enMcrlocrj. sucl 1. for the aale of .lock, ciniti and audi limns tut farm aa tbu firmer cr.unot ftiTonl to rttrtr tlac. No notice will be arccrtetl orer lour r l.itt of the llnta, aud InMmlriti SCllin. free lf charge For Sale; Some Rood seed rj e. President Wilson speak" for the whole natlun i.i hi reply to the Pope's elf"-- t he lilnd" to j Mr. and Mrs. George Davis vuited proposal Itmt an the war on th hasis f the sunn ipi Mr. mid Mrs. Sam Davit on Sunday, t We liuvo put our hands 10 ante I Miss Ruth Sowder spent part of last the plow to sti .i now with the wotk week with her Mrs. MartinGreen. unfinished Moreover, pence under the I j Mr. Jas E. Smith, returned Sunday terms Mirttfested would not he peace, from Louisville lifter a few das visit. hut simply n truce, aril, during that I truce, the t.alinns of tho world would . ! Mr. mid Mrs. W. II. Smllli were the do little heyond prepare for the "'next guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. (J. Smith war." Sunday. 1 .LEVEL GREEN. j PRICES OF STEEL lion Reduced. If You Need a Wn.hiML'toM Soltt Slttl tirire were agreed ukih hetwtc the govern' ., .1 today. Pig tit it was redu ed from to .vi per ttii ami sicei nns uomi . ..... 2 ". $'. J Wheat Drill TTV,.,! .TlaSdC fi ji ) lui n.u.,.t.. u-- .loli i) Ross. FOR SALE;. 20X) tobacco stick?. Carlton, Elkin. FOR SALE: Seel Barley and Rye. Mrs. J. II. 1'ruilt. Mafksbury. FOK SALE-T- w.i Southdown Rucks, two and three Jours old. W II. Brown FORSALI' FOI! 22 head extra good ewes W. (i. Clnik. SALE:-Or- iH LsrgoOld Fashion A Spinning Wheel. Mr. J. Conn Jr. Lnrcastt r. Kv. FOU SALE:- -: Stock Ewe?; Mrs. J. Wail Walker. Phone ."!2t Mr. and Mis. A. S. Oglesby wele the DRAFTED HAN SHOOTS SELF guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green On the eve of his departure for Camp . on Sunday. Zachary Taylor, Ernie Malear while ' Miss Thelma Robinson and hrother. loading a pistol, claims that in closing Guy, spent Sunday in llerea, theguests the chamher, one of the carttidKe exgrandmother, Mrs. Schockley. ploded, the ball Koiiig through his foot of their t The wedding of Mrs Mary Prici to near the small toe. j Me was hrought to a local hospital Mr. S. T. Green was solemnized on Thursday Sept 20, ai the Riiinev hotel and the wound, which wus not serious, 'in Lancaster, the county jude olliciat was dressed, lie was not ahle to K on Friday willi the hoys to Uiuiiville. i"C hut went through last Sunday and was immediately taken to one of the Federal hospitals at Camp Taylor. He will be reudy for service in h few days. son approved the prices, uhlch will also npply to the allies and which are front HI to Tl pir cent i diicthni in i t t urn n nULD Brings Miny 11, lUlil rniT Hill rv Monday, j i brlds fo Town H. Vista. FOK SALE:- -4 Shoata. Miss Georgia Dunn, Bryantsville I'lione CO F. Ru-n- n SALE: 200 Walnut Good size and qua'ltv good. FDIt FOR trees. Ir. For Their. Clothes a Horn The famlllta of man ta tba serrK can keep tnelr eoldl.r.' IhlDta cleaa. tiawrmkleil ana aa food as nav la Keonamlralt lunar tha year renal.' Hoot, and camera InaHa. aisalseer. Ue irtaeTarOderieaal Cedar 4li:ill .HE. I .11 Ka. .10 " .19 .70 " .11 " l.ai ( itiiita 1 .71 1.11 " Ml " 1.40 limn l.ll 1 IS " :omo i to 2 01 Lavender lata. too. White Tar pa. per In roll., toe. At yeur retular atore vr r.J.r ti lt. direct from write A. B. Brown. wheat. 95. SALE Tests 100 01 bushel? of seed ! Germination It. Whit. Tar Airtijht B FOR SALE-5- 00 locust posts, cheap also grazing for cattle. Jas. G. Conn I have purchased R. .1. Walker'.'" State Champion Red BetKehire Boar U M. Hurj!e. Will stand him at $1. Paint Lick. Ky 27-3- Strayed from my place on LancasU r and Stanford pike, Jersey short jeai ling call. Reward for information. H. G. Gover. Lancaster R R. 2 . The.,White Tar Companylerk tp.. jvj iina mreei, new fir it. The usually large court day croud came into town last Monday, it heiug known as "mule colt da ". They up.; parently were here from evetv secllnn of the county and it was estimated that Not there were 3iH) on the market many sales were made however, for the quality was not up to the uaual standard and most of the bujerx Here after the tops which sold as high as $1011 for only one or two; the average LIBRARIES FOR SOLDIERS. being about $75. per head. Some of the sales gathered were as follows; Mrs. Frank Mnrksbury, of this citv, Woods Walker bought one of Will has been named as Chairman for Gar- Barker, for $70, and u nice horse mule rard county of the Soldiers Library and of Shirley Hudson for '.'.".. Dave no better selection could possibly have Spoonamore told a nice mate mule to been mad.'. A national campaign is George Robinson for $100, and Jiinmie being made this week to raise f l.W), Gooch one to J. II, Dslton for $!.'.,, Phone 000 and $30,000 of this amount is ex- I.oyd Bourne, one to Win, Royston tor Garrard $." and a nice one to Win l.esr for $100- pected from Kentucky. county's quota is $2.10.00 and should he J, P. Bourne sold Paul Finch four for raised with little trouble. The plan is a total of KKj; Finch also bought one to put one library in each of the thirty-tw- o of Ed Nayor for $S0, one of Will Clatk cantonments and training caini, for $7fi and one of John Cress for $7ir among them is Camp Zachary Tnylor. Wes Bourne sold a nice one to Jarob Rooks and magazines have come to Wilson for $1HI; Fisher ITrring one of be regarded as an absolute necessity in John Trihhle for JlNj. J. I). Baxter of preventing soldjes from yielding to the Mercer, bought live during the duv of temptations which will beset them. various pa 'ties, at the uverrge of $0l A campaign has leen launched under il hml unit N. It I'firtt tillrphnai'il the leadership of Mrs. MarRidiuiv nud 'one of F.hb Scott for $9." anil one of an it is hoped and believed that no one other nartv lor S70: J. II. Dorton one will turn a deaf ear to an appeal en 'of Jack SfxtonHinote for $Ti2.o0 and worthy as this must surely be. Gar Robt, Gsatpieau mitt two small flies to Telephone rHid county has never faltered and we Jas. ItiihiiiHiin fur $N) for the pair. Iber and not by name. feel thnt this appeal will not be in vain. we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. Becker & Ballard. 27. Bryantsville, Ky. Help The Operator Serve You Better. ONLY TWENTY YEARS AGO Bank Stock FOR I will on S A Xj H 3917 -- Saturday, 'Sept 29, at Bryantsville, Ky.. at 2 o'clock p. m., sell at public outcry twenty shares of stock in the Bank of Bryantsville. This is a good dividend paying stock and investment and is only being sold' to settie-u- p tate and must sell. James Spilmasi, Adn It i Ladies wore hustles. Oneratioiis were rare. Nobody swatted the fly. Nobody had seen a silo. Nobody had appendicitis. . Nobody wore white shoes. Nobody spin) rd orchards. Cretim was live cents n pint. Most young men had "livery hills." Cantaloupes were musktnelons, You never heard of a "tin lizzie,". Milk shake was a favorite drink, 2:001. Miss Harris M 2;0I, Hal Boy '2;01 and Ben Earl and so evenly , Advertisers did not tell the truth. NoIk U) c ired for the price of gasoline. (are they matched that no horse seems Fanners come in town for their mail. able to win two races in succession. The liutcliei "threw in" a chunk of Lust week Miss Hart is M, won, but it liver will take a prophet to tell tho winner FidkMsid piitumutic tues weri a joke i over Lexington a last iracK next weeii, Nobody "listened" 0:1 the telephone. All railroads will fell round trip tickets There were no sane Fourths nor to Lexington at reduced rates. electlic ears. StritWKtacks wete burned Instead of BANK STATEMENTS baled. Publishing a country newspaper was In this lssuo( of the Record wo are not r bu.inrss. printing a condensed statement of the sparrows condition of the Garraid Bank and People thought English were birds. Trust CJmpHiiv. Last week We printtd Jules Verne was tho only convert to statements of the National Bank and thetiuhmariiie. i the Citizens National Haul:, till of You stuck tubes in your ears to hear which are, from their sateineuts, e u good u phonograph and It coat a dune. deioIts, totaling nearly $700,000. i I In round numbers the Citizens Bank an eshas depot Ita of $11,000: Ihv National BOOKKEEPING Bank, deposits of $21,000 und tho BaloiM,Phonoqraphy TYPEWRITING and Garrard Bank deposits totaling $230, Lick and TELEGRAPHY 000. Tho banks at Psinl condition, lirvantsville ale in splendid ay " v"-- z. each showing heavy deposits, which ti. lrMldnt hi. eearaof eiaerleare la mercantile aa reeri aaJ tinklai kuelaeu, alw aerreaa,. -- ior.llai Xwu speaks well f jr tho bunking Institutions now. mn antl wotn.a for Him. W1LMIH aaiTU,Llaia1aai.alr of the county. , I I show-Marg- subscribers arc urged to call by num- In a community of this size the operators cannot possibly remember the names of all Love'r D'lan'Is. itch proofx subscribers; when you call by name "I.eve requires n.r i.. j ou delay your s ,r love. I. .li innnds ns expri""-1"- ' little i No ll.im the ,iiiv,pr t feel and service and hamper Its efficiency. nqillre low." Rlel.ler. All telephones are known to the operators by numbers which are on the switchboard directly in THE PACING KINGS. front of them. The directory is your index to the The Kings of pacers meet at Lexing- 'switchboard and should be consulted before making a ton on Wednesday of next week to do battle for the Phoenix Hotel Prize: and call. what a race it will be: Amongst those Call by number and help the operator serve named tootarkare William l;."i,S, SinRussell Boy you better. gle G 2:00, Butt Halo I ;BastiiL Telephone Co. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cupllul $50,000. A. R DKNNY, President' J. R STORM ICS. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. (5. DKNNY. Cashier. J. R. Harris. J. U Gttx, Safety Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. "'r .f Samual U. Cochran. Alex It. Denny, J. H. Voitj, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director.--! (3