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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 4, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917100401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 4, 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 YBAR LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 4. 1917. 1 number 27. zariiiBi ir YOUR MARE AND SAVE IN HOSPITAL. Friend of Mrs. ICtl. CjCutnrK will bo kIhiI to know that she In Improving nfter an operation nt the Danville Wednesday. Should he continue to improve, ilir hopes to lie out in two LIST OF MEN ORDERED TO WORKS LIKE A FURNICE HOME 1 ml REPORT TO THIS LOCAL BOARD FOR MILITARY DUTY COMFORTABLE mas .Unj.,, XXVcmury wicks FUE- LBy Installing a XXth CENTURY MOT AIR FURNACE. Conn DC Brothers. 3! L LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. IE 3 Jj ! xvV'V ''lft DINNER AT KENGARLAN. And Fcr Transportation To The MobilizaThis greatest of nil Arrangements nro being perfected to. tion Camp at Limp Taylor, Louisville. llcnters actually pays live the boyawho leave fcr CnmpTay! for itself, lor Kririav morn Ing, n dinner at tin men nrr hereby Tlie following-nameKengarlan liotel tonight. The boy will bh presented with coin- - ordered to repnt at the office of this fort hags and other useful articles liy Local Hnaid for military duty and for transportation to a mobilization camp. the local W. C. T. U. The time they must report is 3 I'. M. From the hour on October ttli 1917. OFFERS RESIGNATION. and date above named, the men herein County ltoad Enginaer, V. A. Doty shall be in the military service of the o lie red Ida resignation to the Fincal United Slates and subject to military 'Court lout Wednesday, hut was not ac law. Herbert Everett I,. Sebastian, cepted owing to the fact that n suitable Mack Morgan, Morris G, successor could not be had at this time. Schooler. Heats upstairs anil t. The appointment is for one year from Calico, Owen Locker, George M. warms oil the floors. Ilenjainine E. Navlor, firover It burns the cheapest and carrier a salary of October first Huffman. William Illack, Elbert Pres kind of slack $1,000 a year. and can ton. Harry Alcorn, Calloway C. be run at Lewis F. Arnold, Itobert L. MADE GOOD SALES. Fredrick I'. Hager, Gilbert Wilson, Less Than Half Finch und Woods had satisfactory Charles 11. Layton, Charles A. I'rujtt. sale, Inst week when they sold the Traylor West. John Homer Jennings, The Cost of Othllrnndenburg farm of 05 acres nt an Jonah Tiifsey, William L. King. er Heaters. avirage of $15.1 an acre. Th I)r Itam-.- i Sireanou Foley. tilnr.. Iirtnt anlil In thrrp nartlps. This is the third increment that has Absolutely will hold Harrj McWhorter buying the home and been called from this county and the tire 46 hours. You do ins acres at S1WI.0U; It. C. I'niilU'eridne list includes some of the finest manhood not have to shine this 'ncres at $lli2.f0 and A. T li. .a 'irj live in anv section of the state. There arpi stove but once a year twenty-threacres at $lf3.00 an acre. names in the list, but, only twentv-twwill be sent, one man being named as a substitute in case of MORE EXEMPTIONS. sickness of one of the others. They will lie held at the Kengarlan The local Exemption Hoard had the night and will entrain BROTHERS following names sent them from the Hotel Thursday ' Friday morning, connecting District Hoard which were exempted at 8;10 r ,..!.... I, ,:.,.. ...,, ,.nl.l with special train nt Stanford at 2 ii: ...... o'clock, reaching Camp achary Taylor VVfcr-C'JC- b . ii,. .I..!. ........ r the same afternoon. tji Tl,n... i.. r.,, i m, Wttf empted are; Victor Sanders, James I). , V flN Itankin, llamp McQueary, Jnhnl. Isbell PYP and Kirby Tearter. MOORES AIR TIGHT HEATERS Col-let- Houn-shel- l, Hon-to- ' e o HASELDEN l...i,, " ,. i.i ' ' f 0P A , I OF LA FOLLETTE. A communication . Ike Byrne Optical Service Glasses Fitted. 11 from the Governor No more patriotic community can be 'of Minnesota and the State Public Saf' found in the State thnn is in the Urv- - ery Commission requesting the ex put antsville section of the county. Hi side ! sion from the Senate of Senator La the wotk that is being done by the I!ed Follette. of Wisconsin, was prc;ented of, , Cross there, the local W. C. T. IJ. with in the Senate by Senator Kellogg members, only twenty-on- e has pre. Minnesota, and referrd by Vice l'resi- Marshall to the Senate 1'rivileges ! pared twenty-si- x comfort bags for the Character- - j soldiers that are leaving this county and Elections Committee. 'nnd in each bag there is a nice bible. izing La Follette's speecli iiu St. Paul They have also raised $20.(0 fur the Septembel 20 before the Nonpartisan j Library Fund, which goes to Camp Glen Lily Garrard Milling Co. Bargains In jt - ?lf K 7 I Ji sfl 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. Ni yJ Taylor. Eyes Tested, 18 Years Experience. Years In Central Ky LATEST STYLES IN SHELTEX & ZOLONITE RIMS' Will beat KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER ALL THIS WEEK. Patriotic week in Garrard county was carried out according to schedule as laid out in' our issue of Ia9t week. I Kmploy No Atfents Chapter Kept Busy. Interesting programs 'were had nt the various meetings, beginning last The members of the local Ited Cross Wedneiday afternoon at Mt. Tabor. Chapter are kept busy furnishing The speakers on this occasion being. The rodlish lays n million I ggs while New lluckbonrd. FOIt SALE necessary boxes for the soldiers, a Hon. H. Chay Kautrman, Rev, F. M. the helpful hen lays one: Apply nt this ollicc. Tinder und Miss Neville. to number of them having been shipped not cackl Hut the vodliali do On Thursday afternoon the one billed during the past week, including Ilox 4 inform us what site's done. Wanted Comfort to tack anil cover. containing surgical dessings and wash for IlrvanUvillt, wua marred by the work. And so we fcorn the codnh coy. but will Mppn ciiile jour clothes; llox I, containing Hospital bed heavy rain which began early in the , Miss Lena tlright. the helpful lieu we praise; and I!o C, containing 401 trench morning und continued throughout the to thoughtful mind shirts, Which indicates day, Friday afternoon an interesting candle.. With n big corn crop and an unpre. it pa) a to adveitic. program and musical was arranged for hogs certainly there Cfdented piiee for Ilueua Vista, by Mrs. Abncr and Mrs. Kentucky farmers is an incentive for liogan ltallard. A good crowd attendORGANIZE WOMEN FOR RILLS HAWK. to increase their gwlnu supply. ed and much patriotism shows. large, Mr. Ilowiunu (jnmt killed a LIBERTY BOND SALE, The grand finale was held in LancasWhat Sherman said about war will rhicken hawk this week that measured Saturday afternoon when speakers be looked upon ai a m.ld characterizaSink, county, city and precinct or- - ter a distance were on hand, those tion compared with what future gen live feet nnd live inches from tip to lip. 'ganlzallona of women will be formed from jspeaking being Senator Hoolee, of Tay. erations will have tc say about It. within the next few days for the pur- - lorsville and Senator Zimmerman, of . MPRT M RFRTY I.flAN All the ahiikcrs will earn their duty Pose of impressing upon then, the UilUlll t UUilll IlliUllllU, portnnce of the success of the next Sheiiherdiville. The court house uudi In time. When they Ibid their true . . Chairman U. K Hudson has called n , ,, ,,, tonum was tilled to its doors and the T,, positions they will begin to reof ng of the Liberty Loan comndttee j wi C()mc , H d()n, speeches with the gentlemen were nnd Mom understand the principal of universal meet ceived much" enthuiiasm for Friday affrnoon at the Citizens 0ct,K.r o7 or earier if Secretary service, patriotic outbursts of applause. at Iltfd o clock. AJ()o B0 (ctt,rmI,1(.,. was the Hon. II. Clay Kaulfman Five billions is u large largo sum but i MrB. George Itobinson has been made meeting introducing thero are enough patriotic citizens to 'chairman of Garrard County wUo chairman of this UflR-- T ME PRlfFS the speakers in his own inimitable way. raiio it. Do your part, whether you Tho meetings were all held under tho ( Have your glawsea made up in largeH bo man, woman or child, rich or poor, unKt,llimlhttVl, ,lt.8e ie high or low. It is not only your modern, durauie. aneiiex or .uiumie callie pf lhe WIlr al,d the necessity of auspices ol mo uurraru louihv council Defense, and the following auxiliary duty but it is u good Investment. rims. Wo liavo ail tne styles. i,iberty of emy womnn ,mrclasini: members were named from each of the lhe ilyrne Optical Seivlce, Uom 10t on)y b,CBUe lt ia a KOcd in. potato crop this An increase in the Kengarlan Hotel Lancaster, this week. vc8tmeIlt but because it is u patriotic magisterial districts of the county, all year of one hundred and sjventv-seveof whom, ure among our best citizens duty. It is urged the women will nave and will ndd very materially to the millions of bushels over the crop of and make money and buy these bonds READ OUR SALE ADS. last year and a considerable increase strength of the organization. They are over the ocreago for the previous five us follows; Ilryantsville district -- G. A. We desire to call to the uttenlion of years, la a suggestion of the possibili- our readers the public sales adveitlsed PREPARE Bowling. J. C. Williams, J. P. Hamm, FOR Uuck-ey- e ties of this country In potato pioductlon in this issue of the Itecord. W. T. Doolln, Charlie Itankin. L. llurton. Kobt. Long. district-- It. October 10th. the KentuckV to On Wednesday, WINTER READING. Another opportunity for Sim Wheeler. Nat Prewitt. Ed Chan, sale of Mrs. C. A. Kobinson; Thursday do her part In the Increose of arrlcul-turWoods, Paint Lick district-Iti- ce Have your eyes tested and glasses production is in the sheep indus- October 11th .site of li. N. Illades; It. C. Uoln. W. ,0. try. Sheep, lambs and wool have ad- Saturday October 13th, farm sate of fitted by tha Ilyrne Optical Service. Walter Center. Lancaster diWynn, H. H. Ledford. vanced In proportion to other com- Armour Hlsel place on Itichmond road; Last trip for this year. J. J. Ilyrne, Optometrist, Optician, strictJoe J. Walker. Jr. S. D. CochIn fact, the advance In 'Wool Wednesday, October 17th sale of A. K. modities. Walker; Thursday October 18lh sale of at Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster. Kv.v ran, It. C. Clark, Itoss liastin and J. li one of tie big advances of tho big Mrs.' W. Klmore. nil this week. Litzle McCurley. tdvancei of the year. J. J. BYRNEOptician. Optometrist. tesolutiou declares the utterances already have served to create treasonable 70 sentiment in Minnesota, and petitions WILD FOR HORSE MEAT. the Senate to begin pro:ecdings to ex- . .I ... I k'., Mllu- n. ' n map ,a. ,11 1, ' Mr. w. J. unmans has just returned IoylV a,ul fl''i"n. giving aid and, from Cincinnati and was in that city the day the markets were opened up comfort to our enemies and hindering l He shys tne iinvernmcni in ine conuuci 01 ine for the sale or horse meat. the people were lined up for nearly a war square, waiting their turn to be served the equine, which was selling like hot GREAT INTEREST SHOWN griddle cakes at prices ranging from 5 cents to 10 cents a pound for a choice MUCH ENTHUSIASM MARKED PATRIOTIC porterhouse. It did not appeal to the i lie! WEEK IN GARRARD. palate of Mr. Itomans however, nnd ... ... i"-- ( ' ( declined to buy even u soup bone. V LOCAL RED CROSS. BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL I ( 1 Composition & Metal Rooting Steel and Galvanized. Has bo sand holts and is easy to put on WAGONS Run Lighter - Last Longer. - Ltt us show you. Harness The Very BEST House Paint The Best on the Market and at Prices that will pltase you. That Monty Can Buy. Turning Plows That Run Right Linseed Oil. Not Cotton Seed, And Are but the purtst Oil. and REPAIR Guarantttd. of Linseed HORSESHOEING n Ttnlmmn Department is very complete. Wire Fence The kind that Slays when pot up does your horse forge? We have the btsl shotr in town al dl-s- W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, - Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 4 !917. Ready For Hie Call ON I f!fT Cc New Fall Clothing Our store is absolutely We are ready for the call on New Fall Suits and Overcoats. We are featuring crowded with New Goods that are made in the Latest Styles to be had. boys. Also young looking .the "TKENCH" model Suits and Overcoats for young men and models for older men. but we got In Woolens are sky-higgood and had ours bought before the adh, pjtIsM nrt fVsWTnor a Uvt The unusually large stock of Shoes which we had on hand, enables us to sell you Shoes at the old prices. vancement in prices. Our new Rough Hats are really and we have your size and style at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. good-looker- s, Suit and Overcoat Prices: $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50. :- Let us convince you today. Jas. W. Smith, I'll! Ill H to-wi- -: House Of Quality Neville of Lexington gave a very instructive talk on Trachoma. Itev. F. M. Tinder was also enjord and as he WONDERFUL REMEDY for leaves soon to make his home at North (!) Middletown it was with much regret he was heard for the last time before STOMACH leaving. The entire community was greatly ONE DOSE CONVINCES. shocked Sunday when they heard of R. E. HcROBERTS, the sudden death of Mrs.' J. M. Edwards which occurred at her home at and other reliible druggists. Mrs. Edwards had been in Marcellus. apparently good health and had just returned home from services at I'lean-an- t BRYANTSVILLE Grove church when she began suf Having decided to leave the County, I will on feting with a very severe headache. A Mr. M. 0. Kennedy was In Lexington physician was immediately summoned several days last week. but Mrs, Edwards was dead when he Mrs. A. (5. T. Smith has been visit, arrived. She was the wife of J. M. ing relatives, in Lincoln. Edwards, a prominent farmer who Hon. Merriweathcr Smith of moved here about tivo years ago from was here for a rhort time Estill Co, buying the It. M. Kobinson at my place mile from Lancaster, on Crab Orchard Sundny. farm. Mrs. Edwards was formerly Mrs. C. C. Decker entertained a few Mona Wagers of pike, beginning at 10 o'clock, sell the following prop- of her friends at a delightful dinner Miss was 49 years of age. Estill County, and She I surTuesjay. vived by her husband and three chilerty t: Messrs J. C. Williams and II. V. dren, Messrs Harry and Arnold EdMcAfee were in Lexington on business wards, and Mrs. Frank Congleton of Monday. Irvine, who have the sympathy of every 1 Mrs. EdMrs. Margaret I'arr of Lebanon Ind. on- - in their bereavement. in is here for a visit to her sister. Mrs. wards united with the Christian church 1 rangy Bryant. when 10 years of age and had lived a consistent Mr. und Mrs. John Chcsnut of 1 walk- ville were tin guests of Mr. and Dan the time ofChristian life ever since. At Lil Mrs, her death the was one of 1 C. C. Becker. Sunday. the most active members of l'leasunt . The funeral services Marie Grove Church. and Mrs. I sor- Ballard J. E. Mallard were Miss guests were conducted at her home Tuesday the of Lancaster morning at ten o'clock by her former of Mrs. J. W. Bryant, Saturday. pastor, Bev. II. C. Bell, of Burnaide, Mrs. Mary Berkele and Miss Mary 1 which the interment was made in enjoyed a motor trip to after Belle Ilalcomb the Lancaster cemetery. She had 1 two-hor- se Danville and Harrodsburg, Thursday. made many friends since moving here Mr. undiMrs. J. C. Williams und and was greatly liked by every one 1 1 1 children, and Miss Evelyn Campbell who knew her and she will be greatly were the guests of friends at Burgin missed in the community. Sunday. Household and kitchen furniture including a brand new Range Mrs. W. J. Hogan returned home "It matters little at what hourof the day The righteous fall asleep; and numerous other things. Friday froinStanford where she had a very pleasant stay of two weeks with Death cannot come to him untimely Terms made known on day of sale. Who has learned to die, relatives. less of this brief life, the more of Mr. W. II. Swoue bought the SO The heaven; shares of stock in The Bank of The shorter time, the longer which was soldhcre Saturday afternoon. The allures were sold to settle the estate of the late J. W. Scott. LEXINGTON HERALD AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. Mrs. Adu Burko of Louisville came THE Friday for a visit to friends here. Mrs ANNOUNCES ADVANCES IN Burke formerly lived here and her many friends are delighted to see her again. She is with Mrs. W. II. Swope THEIR MAIL RATES. at present. Diaw A During the absence of Dr. B. C. The Lexington Herald has revised Hose who is at Martinsville, Ind, for a its nail subscription rates, effective recuperative stay of two woeks, his October ISth. The new rates will be, for the money you owe and brother, Dr. Samuel J. Itose of IV, C5c per month, for one to two months, note how much more res- has charge of his practice. Dr. Samuel $1.80 for three months, $3.50 for six Itose has enlisted in the Medical Corps months, and $0.00 for one year, payable pectfully your creditors re- of Uncle Sam's army and was made in advance under all circumstances. Card you. They like to do First Lieutenant. He ana Mrs. Hose Most prices have advanced CO to 100 are here for a visit to relatives while per cent. The Herald subscription business with a man who waiting to receive further orders. rates are advanced only 0 per cent. has an account at the A very good crowd attended the Even at the new rate the mall subscrib 'Patriotic Meeting" Thursday at the er will get the paper for considerably Garrard Bask & Trwt Co. The pro- leas than the subscriber who receives Brvantsville High School. They know he li doing business In a busiress like way. Better gram was very Interesting and a most it by carrier in Lexington or Central open such an account even if your alTairi are not large. They delightful lunch was served. Hon. II. Kentucky towns. The Herald has will grow all right Clay KaulTman and Judge L. L. Wal greatly improved Its service to the ker were not here and their many ac reader, Increasing its composition fac& quaintances were very much disap ilities CO per cent and adding many new pointed not to near mem. miss Linda attractive features. p MAYR'S r 0 TROUBLE I Ull For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values Moderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, Invest In, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. Thursday. October 18, '17 I 30 any OR 300 flOR&S Three good brood mares in foal to Jack seven year old mare foal to draft horse, and gentle for lady to drive; seven year old gentle family horse; seven year old ing mare; nice three year old walking horse, and a good one; three year old rel mare; 2 good milkcows; 2 calves; 4 good meat hogs; sow and pigs; one lot of pure wagon bred buff rock chickens; buggy; hog box; 00 bales of extra good hay; 40 barrels of corn in the heap. I IL I location, adaptation or improvements consult the A. Thomas Real Estate AGEN'CY. c 3C DC IP RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Bight now this Country is calling for men of stout heartt am) sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant andJunsulliVd in the air. The exigency now confronting ui emphasize., ui nothing else could do, the importar.ee of gjoJ health, both as an individual and national asset.' Mrs Lizzie McCarley. Check It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this oillce, that everjbedy should guard their health at a priceless When you find yoursull running down mid not exactly kfjed up to the lighting pitch, as Is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R - (Legally iunniiiteecl to salisfy you. or nieney back If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back hom-- for lick of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. j sells at One Dollar torthrece boxes, legally guaranteed for the atonadi, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigestion and headaches. rheumatism and nervousness SCIENCE SOlE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar! 3 bars 2Cc. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all I'e'ns, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 60c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dukoto 3729-3- Jack-Whlte-Mo- on The Garrard Bank Trust Company West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. DC 3C The Central Record, Thursday. Oct 4, 1917. "L Hoa-1 Wins Frizes at Asbury Park Babif Parade Little Ethel Huuthey Capture! Honor us GunrJ-ia- u Ang'l Holding Scales Gula Event , fia Ca,JT . so 1 7f? KVT r! ,'1 1 Master Howard J. Ilrazelton who hag Mrs. S. P. Cowan and attractive been quite ill, Is able to be out his little daughter, Imogenc Cowan, Spokane Wash, have returned hi Mrs. W, S. Kith has been visiting rnanv friends are Rlad to know. Miss Margaret Herndon of Kansas after a visit to her parents, Mr. ffnd relatives and friends at Lancaster. City Mo, who was taken ill here while mrs, jonn n. meneiee. Miss Marie Ilallard spent the week. Wallace Singleton, who has been at on a.visit to Mrs. C. C. Tate Is able to end with her parent Hi I.Hncaster. be out. for aiir.e time, waa at hom j Cincinnati Mrs. Ocorite Riser of I'aris is here Mr. and Mrs. Hen IMwurd Williams' the first of the week with homo folks with her parents, Mr, nmi Mm. Walter luive returned to their home in Nlchol- and friends before going to Camp Sherman at Chlllicothc Ohio. rren. asvllle lifter a to her mother, Mrs. Miss Jean I'axton lef t Wedneday for Mrs. J.eS. Itlce has returned nfter a aue leaner. Washington City to enter Martha visit to her mother. Mrs. Mnrv (Jurnctt Oppie ilrown, who has been sulTer-InWashington Seminary. Her father, f Cave City. with liloml xjiMi in the left hand Mrs. IM Wilkinson snent Monday Ht for severnl il i ., is iible to ho out and Mr. J. II. I'axton Hccomp:niied her. Cards frcm them state that they had a Crab OrcliHril with Her sister, Mrs. hack nt the Lincoln I'linrmacy. grand trip. Andrew Dillirn. Mr. nnd Mrs. (irover Clcveliind An- IM Hubbard, the republican nominee Mrs. J, K. (Jover will represent to ileiaon of Mt. Sleilini;, re the proud for sheriif, who was held without ball, local W. C. T. V. at the StHte rnnvvii-- , piirenlR of h Utile con. Mrs. Anderson fur killing Smith Ilaughman at his extion ni Dawson Springs. H i uith h.r purrnt. Mr. und Mr. K. amining trial, gave up his 'certificate of Mrs. (!. C. Itosc ami Miss Annie 1 T. Wood. nomination last week. So far the rebanks have been the cuesU of relntivt.i I!;v. ami Alr.. Homer Curpi-nteand publicans have not nominated any one. and friends at Lancaster. little daughter, Klennor Tetis, of L?x The third lot of the ones drafted In iriHton. who have been here, the uuesls this county wjll leave Friday for Camp here last week with lismefolks, is now' of Dr. iiml Mrs. J. (!. Carpenter, have Taylor. There are fifteen to go this returned home. stationed ut Camp Tavlor. time. J. 11. Jordan, who has been STANFORD R....T.37. " .... - . i emi years, is iin me . f i i. nexi uibw inu u is with regret that his host of friends . li give him up. vi-- it C ing to all persons our lands for any we will prosecute lest extent of tt-- The undersigned hereby give warnnot to trespass upon purpose whatever aa all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N H 1'nce R.h. Elkin J. C. Itigsby. il. C. Arnold. Mrs. E. L. Erazee John Tatum. It. L. Arnold. C. M. Mobcrly. POSTED K'n-- S. C. Wgsby. Julia Parks r A. L. Gibbs. W. S. Ferguson, James M. While and wife. We will add other names for 2.' cents T. ft. Slavin. It. L. Darker. II. M. Lear. Sirus Daily. Thomas Tracy cash. iJ-V- A w fa si s 1 a 7 li . . M .1 4 I III i ihr Vmh (. m U-- parade (I than tht bat A si. rv lark, X. J. TV anarlr.l the ftf- -l resort It a render-- t thinl division, tl Cir.i t . ti. t m.iihi'ii and their IYi. " nnre genuine ':anm ;ur. uanli. (! ii In ! i OF X i ES STOCK AND RENTAL FARM NG OF irast Due MIS ACRE SIXTY FARM. Having rented my home farm, I will on are long past Your Taxes due, and as I have to turn my office over to my successor, January 1st., shall insist on prompt beginning promptly at one o'clock p. m., rain or shine, sell to the payment. highest bidder at my farm four miles of Lancaster, on Lexing-to- n pike, the following described property. G. T. Ballard. Jr., Sheriff. Wednesday, Oct 10th Cattle Horses and Vlules, 1 three-year-old GMtCfc! Bttw Buster of the U. S. Army 15 head of good 950 pound Steers; 7 head of 1000 pound Steers, good grade; 2 weanling Calves; 3 yearling Steers; 7 milk Cows with calves by side. These are all No. 1 Milk Cows. 1 good yearlingiHereford Bull. Filly; 1 seven-year-ol- 1 three-year-o- ld 1 , tiL $A .VI Hogs. 3Jreglstered JJuroc Sows; 10 one hundred pound S'loats; 25 seventy pound Shoats; 1 registered Duroc male, 9 months old. Brood Mare; I d Horse Mules; pair pair ld pair Mare Mules; Pony Mare and Colt, Also Mare Mules; Farming Implements and Household Furniture. d seven-year-ol1 six-year-o1 Horse colt; ld four-year-o- 1 Sheep 3 to .5 years; 3 Southdown Bucks. 40 extra good black face Ewes, age from good seven room cdttage and seven acre tobacco barn, good stock barn- and all necessary outbuildings. This farm is well watered. Land to be cultivated in tobacco and corn. For further information see or phone, Currey Robinson or B. F. Robinson. Terms made known on day of sale. - Sixty acre farm known as the John K, West place, now occupied by B. F. Robinson. This farm is located on the Lexington piKe i miles of Lancaster, with the following improvements. A 3-- f MoJern bronco busting iij America htt been given considerable !m petui since the United States began to mobilize troops to fight In Kuroue. b"i James "rink" ArlitiKton, a wiryjon of the wooly West, still retaim title as official horse breaker in the army. "Pink" has tamed wild so long that it It now second nature to him. He travel from place to fclvlnu horses the training n'cMwy to their entrance into the serv '1 he picture shows him "on the Job" at Tort Sheridan, III., breaking in a raw recruit. i . MRS. C. A. ROBINSON BOURNE AND ROBINSON, Auctioneers. CURREY ROBINSON The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 4, 1917. TEATERSV1LLE t DON'T WASTE TINE. -- 7 lit ,: y 1 : i tj f antlnc- fiMltng -' ::r f1l n it Save six months ia your garden In iitk1i th rwtt It vrranil 1.tlnt xtirt at - hw ih r f1k tTrt ftrhirrl remrKn.iU rii'i.ta, AM Mi STh)-1.1 r . of nl House & Garden ljiM Indoor jKtUn A tl ou tnr'mnt In ptrnty. Ihla nrartlrttt timratln wit) r Special Offer- -5 luur for $1 Mt, If jou lr.;""ij (Tunptl) ,Hn1 no iiioiit i. wbh i cirJntnr juit tiai In lbujfurnlibtnf u4 mail tup-.v tjr n House & Garden 1 W. 44th 4r..l m I Iffinntrr I It tr liu if thi etJtr rjinfctf, t II ttt II II M !f ' rrt tiin-lr- (tt. ru if HatlM A. with iti tcto to4 I hat nu prompt n In r. c. lt'i a. waste of time to experiment with liniments and plasters when you have n dull, throbbing backache, or sharp, stabbing twinges. Get after the cause! Help tha kidneys with Push's Kidney fills. Head this. Jehu Trimble, Stanford pike, LanMiss Jewell l'rcwitt spent Inst, week caster, says; "I have used Daan'a Kidwith her brother Mr. and Mr. Karl ney I'ills with benefit when my kidneys l'rcwitt in Madison. have been out of, order. I suffered Mr. Floyd tlav said he broke the from weakr.ess nnd dull pains ncTins record in raising tomatoes, he raised, my back and loins. At times I could one weighed 3J pounds. not do nnv stooping or lifting on acMr. and Mrr. James Hume received count of the sharp pains In my back. a letter from their son Anion who is at Doan'a Camp Taylor he said lie was liking just My kidneys acted irregularly, Kidney I'ilU relieved the pains In my fine. Misses Itilth I.ane and U'lino East back and put my kidnevs In good conand Mr. llernett Hume wns the guest dition." of Misses Iva Pearl and Allle II Hume Price &V, at nil dealer. Don't sima Sunday. ply ask for n kidney remedy -- get loan's Mr. and Mrs. Kloyd Itay mid children Kidney I'ills -- the snme that Mr TrimMrs. I.ucv Jones and Mrs. Lucy Kast I I. ble had. Foster Milburn Co., Props, - tttKn;.. .. . . , .wuu.. iiim n Bllll unuKlliri j Ilutfalo. N. V. with Mr. and .Mrs. James Hume. s. 1 rpr-u- Mrr. James Hume ti suffering with stonach trouble. At Imi Lottie Doolln is visiting tier aunt Miii. Johnle I'rather. Mr. Edward Helton visited his lister a aunday, Mrs. Elijah Lour at Cotton-bur- greatly enjoyed by all present, and very delightful time was spent socially. Otis Naylor bought a lot of 100 pound Mr. ami Mrs. Itobert Humphreys and hogs for (14. cwt. daughter, Margaret, of Nicliolasvillc, A little visitor came to the home of and Mi, and Mrs. N. II. Ilogle and son, Mr. ami Mrs. John Doty last week. of Lexington, were guests of Mr. John Mr. Jim Turner has been visiting Ids Itavston jind family, Sunday. mother, Mrs. Turner, of Lexington, Itev, J, V. Mahan has returned home Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Kemper sient after holding n two weeks meeting A. I). IIRADSHAW, Prop Tuesday with Mr. Kred Sutton, of with his church at l'reaclierivllle. There were several additions, the bap- Kxc u.,ve The. lidfes Working Society will tism taking place Sunday nfterncon. meet with Mrs. Florence Higgins next Mr. mid Airs. J II. Ki'tnperwill leave Open Day and Night. PWtW Vednednv at - p in. Tuesday for (Juilmiin Georgia to muke. Quick nnd Sntisfactory Service, Mrs. Stallard Hill of .Mercer county their home with their daughter, Mrs. wns the guest of her mother, Mrs. Win Anderson, slopping nt Valeostu to Kelly Hrgg, Sunday, They will be gleiitly visit friends Miss Virgii! Hogg has returned after ini'M'd m the community. D. a week's visit with Mis Clmlie Utile The little grammar class under the Speukh of Wist I.HiiriMter. tutorship of Miss Mnrgurct Jenkins at Mr, mid Mrs. Tom Chestnut und Mr. Mnsun, is Improving rapidly, and Miss irgil (.h.estnut of spent Jenkins is very proud of their work. OIHce at Itainey s Livery Stable. Sunday wiln Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ilngte. ' Just recently she read the lliography . The Ladies Winking Society met of Kuril llouheur to thcclassaml among Lancaster. Kentucky with Miss Susan K. Stitlmi last WVd-- , the splendidly written paiers were by nesdav afternoon. The "candy relleh" Thrlma Hamilton, Mane Clatk, Hetty which as parsed liy Miss Sutton his Walton and Hilly Naylor. Phone (idlee Hour. J H to 12 m- IE!!). MARKSBUKY Rex Oarage BUick CARS Lar.-cast- , Or. Wm. Prytr, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. -- C4 'rt.Jin b 'c htfilyt mM'Hi bl't rs -- aJ.tltlonal I ll 1 II ; ( (retelgn wit' r ) M. K. Denny and W. A. lime. Wtale Doctors Of Dtital Strftry. YOU Mv son, your Country calls you! Gird your armor for the fray! It ia calling you not others, And it's calling vou today. Can't-yo- u hear the bugle sounding. Ah! no matter where you roam? It is calling vou to battle For your land, your folks, your home. Can you watch your friends, your Administrator's As ioimn Knildluisiri Hart A ASt ton', iitniini Slot, LANCASTKIt, KENTUCKY. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Hos, Ik-s-t ly test I very pair rfiinrnntecil G. C. COX, Manse,Ky comrades. As they pas with measured tread; Can you really, truly sei them With a shamelsss unbowed head? Can you read of glory, honor. And of Death so far away. With your friends who knew tomorrow Could not come, so went today? Can you think of them returning When those guns idiall sound no more Lauded, honored by their country. Each a Veteran of war? Can you think of that dim future alk When your child as children in boastful ways or daddy? Could he truly boast of you? Oh, I khow that there ure others. And I thought you'd say it, too; But rememb-- r, friend, these verses Are for those who read them you! Cornelius VVeygandt Weaver, Private, Company I. do-T- .J. A. Beazlev t" FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. Residence I'tione 3. Office Phone LANCASTER. KY. M. administrator of J. W. Brown, deceased, and agent of the J. PATRICK, DentlMt. Kentucky heirs, I will on. Paint Lick, MAJNSE. Lick Monday. Mrs. Howling is the guest or her Son Mr. A. T. Howling. Mrs. Or. Ramsey is the guest of her son Mr. Burdette Iiamsey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds are the proud parents of a baby boy. Mrs. Jane F.stridge is the guest of her daughter Mrs. Harrison Mays. Mrs. J: L. Dozier und Mrs. Thompson were in Paint Lick Monday. ev Mrs. Virgil Conn and children ure the guests of her Aunt Mrs. W. P. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKnight were the weeks end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Howling. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKnight and Mr. Jim Majs were the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Att Howling. Mils Willie Mae Calico was in Paint on the premises at Buckeye, Garrard County, Ky., sell the following real estate. One tract of land containing 76 acres more or mile from Buckeye. One tract containing less, about one-ha- lf i acres more .or less at Buckeye, and on the Scotts Fork road, 1 Saturday, Oct 6 I 1 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. Calls answered promptly. tnv or nlUlil. Phone SIM Lnncuster, Kentucky Why Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Cox, otAl-djrso- n, V. Va., writes: "My daughter . . . suffered l?rritly. Sh2 csulJ not turn In bed , . , the doctors f;avo her up, and wo brought her home to die. She led tullered so much at time. Having heard ot Cardui, we and also another tract of land containing 6 acres, more or less, J.E.EDWARDS.M.D anu aaioins tne i acres mentioned aoove. i nis lana is in a Phone 365-high state of cultivation and all in grass except about acres BUCKEYE, KY. and is well located. Will also sell at the same time and place, TAKE NOTICE. 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 same time and place sell I HUNTERS out-buildin- gs. Thi, Agreement Witnesrcth; That A STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE IN SAID STORE ROOM. ... Rotltfdr her." Also. at the same time and place will sell two good rfenlle work horses; 1 milk cow with calf at her e wagon; 1 e wagon; Interest in about 1 1 acres of corn; 1 side; 1 lot of hay and one-ha1 buggy; 1 lot of wire fence; lot of farming implements and other things to numerous too mentlonT ir two-horsone-hors- The Woman's Tonic i "In a few days, she began to improve," Airs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at. . Cardui cured her, and wc sing its praises everywhere." We receive many thousands oi similar letters every year, telling oi the The land will be sole for one-thicsh and the balance in one and two years with a lien retained to secure 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 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. good Cardui hat done tor women who suiter front complaints. 6 common ta tbelx cx. It should da J. E. DICKERSON, Administrator and Agent. in order to prutect tlie Raine on our lands for a period of three cnrs we bind numelves not to hunt thereon, nor body H'0 to (In fo, nn( we permit an) further agree to piusecute with dili Kenre all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or tretpara upon pur land for the purKe of hunting. And we further nijrce to hct us Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car. rvinK out tills agreement. Kxcrpt each or II. have the rinlit to kill ruhhits on our Turrits or permit it to he done by another under our sujiervislnn, or the supervision of some restonslble and reliable person selcc'cd by ui. This November 1Mb, 1U15. it. I. Llkin, J, 13. Itobinson, J no. M. I'urni, W. II. Ilrown. W. II. rturton. Alex Walker. Ilnselden Itros., T. A. Elkln. V. &1. Tinder. J. II. Dalton, John II. Smith. Logan Hubble, .1. N. Iloss. ('.. M. Deslion, Usher Herring, II. II. Cox, IIuRhes Itros, J. W, Sweeney, Withers Dros, W. M. Mahan. William, Marcus and Jim White. 11. K. Wllmot. J. U. I'ope, Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, J, tV. Elmore, W. it. Cook, T, C. Ilankln. Huffman Bros, Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. T, M. Arnold, Jr. W. B. Moss It. K. Henry. Jno. M. Whit., A. U. Urad.haw, Bright Herring, R. L. Uarker. Scott Huffman Win. and Lizxie Onitott, mm OF The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 4, 1917. Tru Sympathy. Happy pcopli need sympathizers, i llojolco nllh tlmw who rejoice I I For some reas n boiled pnrnlps wrre lung rnn'ldered In some regions of Europe to be the proper vegetable to serve Hlth salt 1Kb, but this tradition Is not follrwe I In the t'nlted Slates, (l.ilii bulled or fried p.irilp4 bring itniimo,ily served villi roust meals of any sort. They nre also Used for soups', for frit tern, and so on. Condition of Life. Parsnip. FARM. STOCK & IMPLEMENTS Having decided to quit farming, I will on It Is true that air and moNturo conditions nre necessary conditions which 0Id Jupiter Fluvim tat.e3 make hiIMi soil life, but they do WjJJfjMJM We have seen n not constitute life. fiendish delight in ruining prcilous nrtlrle state that warmth Is poorly protected buildings'. At n cardinal point of life action. When every little crack or bare spot we speak of life lu n soil we must conin the jmint, the rain soak3 in template nctlve life represented by and spreads rot through the wood. sonje kind of gronth or development and n dead soil Is characterized by To last, your buildings must be as wattrproof as a InncllWty or Inaction. staunch boat. They will be, if wII coated with paint Goldbeatlng an Ancient Art. Gotilhcntliii! as an Industry is as ancient and honorable ns it Is fascinating and wonderful. It is practiced In utmost exactly the same way today ns It was by goldworkers of ancient Greece and still more undent Egypt. Incredible ns It may seem, there nre Instances of gold having been beaten down to more than the three hundred thousandth part of 11 n Inch In thickness or thinness. Be Honest With Yourself. Do you really believe all that you say, yourelf J Slop n minute and look bark, and think. Are y u sure of nil that you assert, and have you a posl-tl- e e nvlctlon concerning all that you put forth? if oti b not honestly hold to ever) thing you say, how can you expect thers to incept your words? If you do not actually believe what y .11 say. then you nre unlikely to net upvi It, no matter how good It may lie. We need to be very houest with ourselves. ,SHS Rain iTl made of Dutch Boy Whlte-Lea- d thinned with pute linseed oil. Such paint gives a smooth, weatherproof surface that will not crack or scale. It gives beauty, also. Before the nest rain, call on ua about painting and painting materials. We expect you. If you can't call, 'phone or write. C. C. & Dutch Boy Phoenix White-Lea- d J. E. STORMES Thursday, Oct. 11, '17 Beginning Promptly at O o'clock, A. M.. at my place four miles from Lancaster, on the J .i .Uonjpike. o.ffer at public auction my farm and other personal property, This farm contains 7 acres, of which 45 Jacres i s in tblue grass and the remainder in cultivation; is well watered and fenced Can give possession by November 1st. 1917. Anyone desiring to look over this land will be shown at any time, I I SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Oct 4th 1 Southern RahwaySystem Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville, Ky. to XjZT7"ze I six-year-old 1 good team work Mules; Horse; extra good milk Cow; 6 brood Sows with 37 pigs I two-year-o- stoc: ld Pur-cher- on Household and Kitchen Furniture and Farming Implements will be offered to the highest and best bidder. TERMS made known on day of sale. sure path to prosperity. A large family which Is able to Hie together without dividing up the property always receives much credit '111111 Is highly respected. It Is one of the highest distinctions In China to have Wu Ku Tung T'niiR. or live generations, under one roof, although such a distinction Is attained by very few. n Large Families Chinese Distinction. The Ch!re.e nre proud of large families, and n largo family living together under one roof Is looked upon as pro .f of the gcd temper and correct course of life of Its members nnd us Louisville $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Shelbyville Harrodsburg . . $1.25 .$ .50 and Similar reductions to all local stations between Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Danville RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until . . .5:30 P. M. for f urther information see Ticket Agent. Southern Railway System. B. N. BLAYDES, Capt. W. T. Kipg, Auct. F q Judson,JKy. To Remove Rust Stalni. To removp rnt Mains frtm nny ful-rl- c tnki- - tin' Juice nf it li'imin and some Ituh It well fait mi l mix togi'tlicr. Into I lie mutorlnl mid tlicn linns In the muii to dry. ltepcut tin1 n'oond tli.ic It tlie (lrt ilocn't IrliiK till the stain out. The setund time the stain wilt nil lie removed. Authorship Long Hidden. WHAT HE DIDN'T WANT...AND TMJP mu Mynor rtrr SHNXS! f i soocpaoPtgN? .esaM m WUZH OUTONHOtfl Www amm PiHjc Salt! I 'TO'Vw S ffiKy fffiTN The Wnverley novels were mi called lircnuve the llrst of the fcerios wits cnllcil Wnverley. It uns published nnonyniously In 1S14, nud win follow-h- , year nfter yeiir, ly other noveN nil published nnoiiyiiiouly until 7, nt n public dinner party Scott admitted the uuthopdilp. 1S-- rn will at my home on Lexington pike, 5 miles from Lancaster, on ...WHAT HE GOT! ,ms OGAft orre ouvra 1 weren k I fTu I Coimlc Duit. When n 'Vhootluc star" strike our ntniospli.'rc, its energy or inotlon H transformed Into heat, from the friction produced ly the air, and tho star" Is llterully hurncd to unite. These ashes full upon us In n continual shower, and constitute the creator part of what Is commonly Unonu us cosmic dust. Newly Acquired Dignity. Kltncr hrouiht home the morning mall. In which was tho news of tho nrrlvul of mother'it llrst Krandchlld. Wo other four children, as well as half n dozen of the neighbors, were sitting on the crass In the jnrd when Klmer, full f tho news, rushed upon us, hcrenmlng ut the top of Ids voice: "Get out of the way for your Uucle Elmer." Monday, October 15, 17 beginning promptly at 10 o'clock, a. m sell the following personal property: bay horse, jack; t black horse, 1 seven-yeard-old, four-years-old, BURNED TO exchange. 1 I ECfMl Uncle Cben. Finding a Sleeping Place. "Home men tries tu niukn delrse'fs Ilobcrt wanted to stay all night at disagreeable," said Uncle Kbcn; "na the place he n 'd his mother were visorue don't huvo to try." iting. Ills mother told him there was in room, he'd lime lo sleep on tho floor. "Hasn't your bed gut n middle?" Quit Common Falling. "Do only tit some men does," said he asked Ids hostess. I'nclo Eben, "Is to talk u llltle lilt, rt iiilndln' other to do their bit." Brick In Biblical Time. Tho Jew learned the art of tiflck muting la Egypt. Wo find tho use of Few Are What They Seem. In all the professl "ii, every oi.e af- the brick kiln lu David's time (II Samfects a particular I ok and exterior, )u uel, l'J:31). A complaint Is made by order ti appear what he wlslnn to ho Isaiah that tho people built ultars of thought ; so that It may he said tho brick tnstmid of unhuun stone us the law directed (Isaiah, 10:3; Exodus SO: world ! tuade up of nppctirauces. 5). La Itochefuucauld, Hang Watch at Night. The care of tho wutch at night or when It Is not In use Is an Important Item, concerning which the Cnttl States IJurenti of Slumlords states: night or when the watch Is not In "At use It Is desirable to leave the watcli lu the same position u during the day, and preferably In somo place where It will not be subject to any great temperature change." mare mule; 1 coming mules; 1 good'mare mule colt; 1 coming horse. four-year-old two-year-old 1 gentle to work and drive; 3 mares in foal by saddles and drives; coming horse mule; 2 coming horse 1 coming filly; horse mule colt; 1 four-year-o- ld two-year-old three-year-o- ld heifer cow and calf; heifcr4 steer calves; 1 heifer calf. 3 cows; .1 1 three-year-o- ld heifer; 1 two-year-o- ld 1 bluder;71 wheat drill; 1 I cutting harrow; 1 Pageantry. Daisies nud buttercup cave way to brmvu. waving uritssei, tinged with the wurni-resorrel ; the waving grasses are swept uwuy and the meadows lie like emeralds set n the bushy hedgerow; the corn begins lo bow with the Wright of the full ear; the reapers are bending amongst It and It sooti stands In sheaves; then, presently, the patches of yellow stub-biHe side by side with streaks of dark red eurth, which the plow Is turning up in preparation for the new. threshed iwed Oeorg Bitot. d luwuy-Uppe- wagon; 1 and other farming tools. e seventy-fiv- e bales of straw; also about 20 bushels of rye. two-hors- roller; two cultivators; plows buggy and harness. About TERMS made ki.own on day of sale. o CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, James Clark. Auctioneer. fhe Central Record, Thursday, Oct 4. 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED. H.OO A YEAR. BSUID WEEKLY. RECEPTION TO BROTHER TINDER AND FAMILY. STONE. Mr. John Stone died at the home of niece in Woodford county last Friday and was burled In the Lancaster ceme iMWll, fINU IT IN THIS COLUMN R.L Large Audience Hear Farewell J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Local Editor and Mgr. ELKIN. Sunday Night. entered i the roil Offlc la Unc.ittr. Kj., . BeeondClm Mll Muter, Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers Legue. blotter, Ky., October 4, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offlres ...$ 6.00 10.00 For County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views, per lin Obituaries, per line 10 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator. JAY HARLAN Representative. J. HOGAN BALLARD. Cconly Judge. A. D. FORD. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. County Court Clerk. W. A. DOTY. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. H. RAY. County School Superintendent. Sermon tery Sunday afternoon, tin strvicaa being conducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder. Mr. Stone was one of the oldest and most highly rejected citizens of GarThe members of the Christian church rard county and Ids death occasioned friends gave a reception In honor of the il deep regret among his life-lon- g parture of llrother Tinder mid his fnm nnd relatives. Mr. Stone was born in who leave soon for their new home Adair county eighty years ago but had V The reception lived in Garrard fifty years, and was nt North Middlctown. was given at the church lat Friday connected by blood and marriage to He was evening and the auditorium wns tilled. some of our best citiztns. As a slight token of the esteem in Married in early life but never had any which he is held, llrother Tinder was children. He was a life long member presented with a handsome gold watch of the Christian church. and chain, the gift of his church mem bers. The presentation was made by EDWARDS. Mr. D. F. Hudson, who did It well and choice spoken words. Many who knew her were grieved to feelingly with Another parting tribute was made by here of the sudden death of Mrs. J. M. llrother Tinder Sunday school class, in Edwards nt her home near Maicellus n handsome silver bowl, being presentItist Sunday afternoon. The attack ed on behalt of the class by Mrs. came while preparing dinner and no previous illness had given any indication George Robinson. So surariscd was the recipient of that her health wasimpaired, a cerebral the beautiful gifts that it was with hemorrhage causing her sudden demise. Much sympathy is expressed for the much effort that he could express his appreciation in accepting the gifts and grief stricken husband, who alone was Mrs. to thank the hosts of friends that lie with her when the end came. has made during the fourteen years of Edwards was born 41) years ago ut Wagersville, Ky., and was a daughter his ministry in Lancaster. The auditorium was tilled on Sundtiy of Mr. S. D. Wagers, having moved night to hear his farewell sermon, us to this county about five years ago. was also at the services Sunday morn- since which time she has made many ing. friends who are grieved at her passing Pastors of the Methodist and Presby away, the was married to Mr. .1. M. terian churches occupied the pulpit with Edwards, September 2nd. lSi-t- i and Urother Tinder's Sunday evening, they beside her husband is survived bv three having adjourned their services to meet children, Mrs. F. C. Congleton, of with him, whoso services have not been Irvine, Ky and Messrs Harry and confined to' the Interests of his own Arnold of thir county. She leaves brotherhood only, during his fourteen three brothers and two sisters, one of years of ministry here, but have been the" latter being Mrs. - T. Wilson, of freely given to every enterprise and Richmond. Mrs. Kdwarrds was n deorganization whicn would rebound to vout member of the Christian church, having united with this denomination in the uplift of the community. A feeling of profound regret per her young childhood, her membership deut the time of her death being at vades the entire community at the parture of Hrother Tinder and his es- Pleasant Grove. Funeral services were held at htr late home last Tuesday teemed family. At tho services Sunday night, this morning conducted by her pastor. Rev. feeling found expression in beautiful II. C. Bell, assisted by Rev. F. M. tributes paid by Rev. H. S. Hudson. Tinder, after which interment took of the Presbyterian church and Rev. place in the Lancaster cemetry. House for rent. A. II. Ilastin & Son Any Charming Footwear Our Shoe Department is Now Complete With Shoes to Suit the Needs of Every Woman. Daughter, mother, grandmother, growing child, stout or thin, all find their shoes here. We have many styles in this store ranging in price from Fresh Oysters. For Sale stjle. R. Zimnier, Sow and six pigs. A. II. Doty. Paint l.lcl:. Handsome square piano for sale. Mrs J. ). Ilogie. FOR SALE or will exchange for I mules, 1 yearling, 2 vcnrlingfc and 1 Earl C. Farra. cattle, WANTED-Wri- le SHOP TOOLS A. J. Warner, Box Gl, Route II. Lancaster ky. Wanted; To rent n house for the year 191S. (at-p- W. T. Todd, Corner of square. FOR SALE: Green beans and ripe tomatoes by the bushel. Walton Moss. FARM FOR RENT ITCi acres, one mile of Paint Lick. Apply to Elizabeth Best. Paint Lick Ky. If you have Hemp Seed to sell, write or telephone THE C. S. BRENT SEED CO. Kv. If, STRAYED: From my place about Sept. 1st, one black gilt, white in face, short tail, 'veight about 150 pound... Owen l.row Reward of $2. to tinder. $3.50 TO $10.00 plenty of moderately priced good shoes It. Ilackli-y- . Kv. For Sale -- Counter Scale, good as new; show cute; two oil tanks, holding 50 and 110 gnllons each. See II. D.Lee at Lancaster Mills or A. I).' Lee, Lancaster, Ky. pd Mnn past 30 with horse and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in Garrard County. Salary $'.H). per month. Address 1) Indiutrial Blilg., Indianafiolii. $4.50 including $5.00 $6.00 the newest from the Girl Military to the titrtne hi(li heel gets the same attention here Call in and sec them. Everybody Indiana. For nine "cows yearling. head of cattle. three ar.d calves. Also 17 shoats. Sale-Tliirt- cen 4 DANVILLE. THE UUB I'USIIIN 1 IIHOS W. M. Route 3. Caey, Paint Lick, Ky. KENTUCKY. MISS JENNIE 111GG1NS. Coroner. S. H. ANDERSON Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. LOGAN ISON. 2. Magistrate District No. 3. JOHN S. HAM. Mtgittrate District No. 4. Palmetcr of the Methodist church. Ills own congregation gives him up with regret and reluctance, but feels that the splendid work done by Hro ther Tinder will live long in its influence with the young people with whom he has labored so faithfully, and they together with the more mature members, wish him every success in his new field ot labor. At a meeting of the Hoard of Officers of the church a committee was named to draw suitable resolutions bearing upon the departure of Brother Tinder and family and which we print in full. Whereas. Brother F. M. Tinder hav ing served the Christian Church at Lancaster so faithfully and efficiently as its pastor during the past fourteen years, and Whereas, he has been called to labor with 'he church at North Middlctown, Ky. TRAGIC DEATH Of Young Boy Sunday Afternoon. J. U. METCALF. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge. FOREST STAPP. For Assessor. A. T. SCOTT. RICH PURSES PROMISED FAIR Therefore, be it resolved by the Board of Officers of this church, that we hereby express our sincere appre ciation of the work done by him, dur ing these years, which has been won derfully blessed by the Heavenly Father That, we exceedingly regret giving up Brother Tinder and his estimable family, That, our prayers and cordial good wishes go with him into his new home, and, Thurman Clark, seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Clark met with a peculiar accident Sunday afternoon about four o'clock from the effects of which he died two hours later. The little fellow together 'with several little playmates were playing on the farm of Mr. Sam Clark, near town, climbing small saplings, pulling them over and letting them tly back. Thu- man climbed one that proved to be a dead one, which guve away and let the litt'c fellow fall, striking Ins head. causing a lesion of the cord at the base of the brain. He ran to his father, who was only a few yards away, but in a few min- He wus ntes he became unconscious; hurried to town, nnd a physician summoned but it was soon seen that death o'clock lie was near and at died, never regaining conciousness.J The body was taken to the home on Maple avenue and on Monday afternoon interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery. The parents of this dear little boy have the deepest sympathy of tho communiny in the lots and trugic death of one they love so dearly. y Stayed to my place about two months ago, a black and white slotted hog, that weighed nbout 125 lbs Owner can and have same by proving protH-rtW. T. Worrel, paving all charges Crab Orchard Ky, Route 2. Help FOR Nice RENT. fie room cottage with bath and electric lights, barn and large garden, on Hill St. Possession Jan. 1, 1'JIC See W. S. Emory, or write me at 322 E. High St.. Lexington. R. T. Embry. 920-tf- The Operator Serve You Better. . AUTO FOR SALE llavirg enlisted in the service nf "Uncle Sam" I offer my Moline Rqid-stc- r for sale. Call on Dr. II. J. Patrick Paint Lick. Kv. W. U Carman. FOR SALE. My property on Totten avenue, containing 11 acres of land with nice four room cottage, practically new, all necessary outbuilding, in splendid repair. Will rent for ten per cent of its value. Possession Januaiy 1st Telephone subscribers are urged to call by number and not by name. In a community of this size the operators cannot possibly remember the names of all subscribers; when you call by name you delay your service and hamper its efficiency. All telephones are known to the operators which are on the switchboard directly ih front of them. The directory is your index to the switchboard and should be consulted before making a call. Call by number and help the operator serve you better. SamJL Jennings. NOTICE Bastin Telephone Co. DISSOLUTION. Commissioner Cohen Will Add Two More $10,000 Cohen announced have his $10,000 Stakes. Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. that he not only e will ring at the Kentucky State Fair again next year, but will add two more $10,000 RESOLUTIONS. stakes, the world's highest, awards in cattle rings. One will be for feeding At a meeting of the Beard of Officers cattle and the'other for show cattle. of the Christian Churvli. a committee It is expected that these rich purses was named to draft suitable resolutions will make the fair rival the big shows upon the leaving from our community. The in Chicago and Kansas City. Mr. Robert T. Embry and family, they stakes ure designed to encourage breed having recently moved to Lexington, ing in this State, which will be divided IKy.' into three districts for the ihsti i butioti The resolutions rvfoired to follow; of the stakes for Kentucky bred stock. Whereas, it has been decreed that our highly esteemed Elder und AssistWILL NOT TRY TO BUILD ant Superintendent of tho Christian In the spring we planned to add an Church Sunday school, Mr. R. T. Emindustrial room to our school building. bry, shall leave our midst, therefore t...i Part of tho community was canvassed That, we the church and the Sunday and gave pledges to the amount of One Hundred and Fifty Dollars. It is fair School has been superlatively blessed to say thnt oi.ly a small part of the by his teachings mid assistance, That his services will bo misted, not community was solicited. On account of the high cost of liVing only from the church, but from tho and the crisis through which the coun- community as well. That we bear witness to his pure, try In passing, we decided not to build. Of the persons who promised, only sincere and devoted Christian character, three voluntered and paid. Their monev always ready to respond to the calls will Lo refunded. The money raised and needs of his friends andfellowmcn, That, although we deeply regret the on tag day will be used for industrial loss of him and his estimable family, work. 'The children raised $14.23 at their en- wo can heartily commend them to the tertainment August 21th, which was church and community into which they (have cast their lot. used to fix up their play grounds. That a copy of these resolutions be Our next effort will be to raise money 'spread upon the minutes and that same to make walks around the building so we can keep out of the mud this winter be published in the Central Record. 11. F. Hudson, Chairman, )We thank you for your help. Children. Committee on Resolutions. J. J, Gretn, Prin. saddle-hors' 1 That, he will be spared many, many years, that his labors may be as fruit ful in Ins new field as tiiey were in this. That these resolutions be spread upon tho minutes and a copy be handed Brother Tinder und also be published iu the Central Record. B. F. Hudson, Chairman Committee on Resolutions. - NOTICE. The Men's Itiblo Class and the Women's Bible Class of the Lancaster business, assuming ill debts of the linn. Methodist Sunday School invite all the This August 3'Jtli 1917. members of both daises, all the adult II. II. Batson. W. T. West. membera of the Methodist Church, and all tho adult Methodist persons in the NOTICE. community, together with their hus The best time to plant fruit and shade bands or wives to bu present at the trees, blooming shrubs, rhubard, asparchurch Friday night ut 7:30. agus, grape vines, reies, peonies, perMrs. W. K. Mosj. ennials, etc, is in the FALL. Get our Mrs. I lie Hamilton, large illustrated catulog of everything Miss Jennie Lackey, Mrs. F. D. Palmetcr, Com. for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Finest stock grown anywhere. Notice is hereby given of the dissolution of the firm of llutson and West. Mr. Batson retires while Mr. W. T. West takes over and continues the Dont Forget School Books Must be Sold ONLY FOR CASH. j EVANGELISTIC SERVICES. The evangelistic services will begin at tho Lancaster Methodist Church, Monday night, October 8th. The services will be led by Dr. E. G. B. Mann, assisted by Rev Robert Lear as singer. Dr. Mann resides in Lexington, Ky, and is Presiding Elder of the Lexington District. lie was for u number of years connected with the Central Meth- odisf as proprietor und editor, or as one of tho proprietors and editors, having sold his interest in tho paper ono year ago. Each year for several years, he has held a number of successful revivals in this and otfier states. He is un Interesting speaker, presenting tho Gospel In its simplicity und fullness. Rev. Lear, whose home Is In Marion, Ky, is a successful Binger, as well as a preacher, He has been engaged In this work for some time. Ho lias held successful meetings in several states of the Union, either as singer, or preacher, or bqth singer and preacher. The public is cordially invited to these services, which will bu held twico each day, at 10 A. M. and 7 P. M. F. D. Palmetcr, Pastor. H. F. I1ILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington, Kentucky. NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Hurley Tobacco Company will be held ut our warehouse on South Broadway, Lexington, Ky, October 9th This is a 1317, at ten o'cIock A. M. very important meeting and each stockholder should attend in person, Burley Tobacco Company, 11. F. Osborne, Secretury. frto Roberts Drug Store WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF. Sweaters. Underwear. Hats. Caps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Ladies Ready-To-We- ar j ii $ WELL IMPROVED SMALL FARM 40 FOR SALE. acres, with 6 room new box house, ceiled. 3 aero tobacco burn, well watLocated ered and fenced in 4 fields. near Bourne Kv, about 200 yards from pike. Must sell at a bargain. All in grass except 6 acres. A dandy money making farm for tobacco, corn, hemp, JOE ALDRIDGE. etc. Lancaster Ky, R. F. D. 3. or tee John Ham at Bourne. Hats. Sec our lino and get our prices. We meet competition. Your trade Is very much appreciated. Sander's Variety Store. LANCASTER'. KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 4 1917 Unusual Values in Individual TO EVERY Attention PATRON. Coats, Suits end Dresses Everyone representing the latest style features Everyone showing the skill of the master designer Everyone embodying the finest workmanship. In all the voguish materials. i Fitting shoes is a serious business with us, we make a study of each .customer and suggest footwear which we feel is adopted to their feet. We arc showing a complete line of THAT IS OUR POLICY. ON SALE NOW IN OUR READY-TO-WEA- R DEPARTMENT. BUYING. Women's Misses and Childrens Shoes. See them now while vou have many stvles to pick from s WBPi . SEE THEM BEFORE W&i The Joseph, Mercantile Co. THE ONE PRICE STORE. QUALITY OUR MOTTO. Mr. Will II, Collier, of Hell Jellico. days old when the contest began and ii At' was in this city last week, the guest of months ami 5 days at the close. the end cf the contest the pig weighed his mint, Mis, U, I). Simpson. l'JJ pounds nnd she was not pushed to I Measis .1. W. Klmore and F. U. the limit. This mde a total train of Markshury, are attending the hankers 157 pounds or idmul 1 founds per convention at Louisville this wetk. day during the contest with a cost per Mrs. Louise lxos Cnmpbcll nf Lex pound of 7 cents. The pig was fed ington, nrrived hi the city Tuesday and shorts, tankage and a mixture nf the gueU of local members of the C. , barley and corn. This gilt was taken W. II. M. to Stanford Fair and there won first in Friends will regret to learn of the her clats. Kail's record hook was a illness of Mrs Thomas Craig at her , model of neatness ami his uoik wns I All in all it hnme on Hamilton Avenue, hut wish certainly most cndituble. seems that Garrard County has n right for her a seedy recovery. to be proud of both the boy anil the Mr. Wm. Conn and familv have ' Ited Berkshire gilt. moved to Kichmond. where they will W. II. Itugcrs make theiij future home. Mr. Conn County Agent , has accepted a position in n large ga I (Sarrard Counny. ruge nt that place. Mrs. lluckner Spindle and little daughter, Marjorie, have flurried to their home in Norfolk, Va., after spending the summer with Mi. and Mrs. It. K. McIEoheits. U tot Hit ciclu tvlow Out fur ire nte of our Uiiner uWcrtlitri, nnd the nlc of itock. iihiii inl keh idiuk oh farm i the larruvr cmiuut Hffortl to mlm tfie. No notice will i! acccpft'tl orr lour Hun, mul trill be only hi wn Unic ol the ttonn, frceof cliargt- fit IhcArcl) One & Two Horse Wheat Drills Fertilizer Attachments and Plow. John Detre Wagon, One e j j i Gossip About People v? A CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, cncloielt with 5c and mail to Foley Co., 2843 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Com-poun- d, lor bronchial and la grippe coughs, colds nnd croup; Foley Kidney Pills, lor lame back, weak kidneys, .rheumatism, bladder troublesiand Foley Cath.irticTab-lets- , a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. You will also receive, free of charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints": Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseases" and n few simple suggestions for those having kidney nnd bladder troubles. You can secure all these for only Sc For su'e Is v nil dealers. Sc. Birdsell Wagon, One Closed Carriage Ooirjt lyThoit P.tltf Mention or the Com'ngi ind Vi't Arc interested In. One Uiigijy. two Gas Engines, One Ohio Silo Filler. One Manure SpreadAll nt attractive prices. John Deere Wagons. er, One Killing Plow. Ranges and Heaters Tfie Prices Will Suit You. Sec our new J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. - ! I IIIIHItllllHIHIItlU 'Dress "5uncr- Now - a - day; - &.;ocessful ii Men reflect i:zhr Y-- tthful f Spirit iiv, their Cioth.es I i i HtHHIHI Mr. Will Stone, of Liberty, attended the burial of hid uncle, Mr. John Stone last Sunday. Mr. Franklin Elliott liai returneil to her home In Iindon, after n viit to Mrs. llenrv Moore. Mr. nml Mrs. K. C. Hainard, of Washington City, are visiting at the home of Mr. John Duncan. Mrs. Emma KIMu, nf Fairmont, Va., artived last Monday, to spend a few days with .Mrs. It F. Walters. Many from here are attending the District Convention of the Federated Woman's Cluli. which meets in Ilerea H ! i I FARMER'S COLUMN! fpce NEW Mr. Charlie Adani". of Lexington, today. has been visiting his parents. Mr. anil Mitres Virginia, Maud and Minnie Mrs. Jack Adams. Charlie has enlisted Conn spent Friday in Danville, the with the Dr. Harrow unit and expects guest of Misses Daisy und Freda to sail when it i called into seme. Pipes. Mrs. Lee of Faint Lick, passed through Lancaster last Tuesday on her way to Ilattiesburg, Miss., i where she goes to .join her husbands who is now stationed j Lieut. Lcdford, at that camp. muiEn arrivingdaily, so for nifty ' 1 Mrs Martha Stenheu will leave next Wednesday for Danville to assume her position with the school fur the deaf nt that place. Mrs. W. S. Klkin. Mr. and Mrs. For Sale; Some Kood peed rye. .foim Kosd. FOR SALE;- - 2000 tobacco sticks. Carlton Elkin. 7 14 tSliietrvftr 32f51tit fill rttftrtit jw aM For "Young hen and iits wuitiiAi Men Who Slay Young ii Regardless oag"e. a Model or Yo ti ts here Parks & Hendren Co. I t t I iorp4rtJ Style HA Headquarters-Th- Store that Sells Society Brand Clothes e Ull H f HH 11 HH-yir- W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. (Kentucky. Office Phono 18. Residence Phone 33. FOI! SALE:- - Seed Uarlcy und Kye. llaruard and Mr. John Duncan were j Mrs. Hellc llurnside, of Monticcllo, Intrived in the city last week and has Mrs. J. II. Pruitt. Markshury. the guests of the Mines Warren, of I been the pleasant guest of relatives Stmiftml, Sundaj. Southdown Ducks. FOR SALE-T- wo and friends in the city. Her friends .Mrs. Ilolman. of Louisville, re are all delighted to see her and hope two and three years old. W. 11. Drown turned to her home eterdav. after she will make her stay with us u long FOR SALE -- 2 head extra good ewes , spending u week with her brother, Mr. one. W. (5. Clark. j George llrown and familv. FOR SALE: One l.argeOM Fashion Mrs. S. D. Turner and charming Spinning Wheel. CARD OF THINKS. little daUKhler, Anna Hellc and Mis. Mrs. J. A. Conn Jr. lielle Austin of Lexitgtou were week Wc take this metnou ot expressing Lancaster, Ky, cud guests uf Mrs. I.ida Smith. our sincere nnd heartfelt thanks tor FOR SALE:-:- M Stock Ewes; Mr. Richard Anderson relumed from the, innny kindnesses shown us by Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Phone 821 It. Elixir Springs t Moudav wheie. he neighbors and friends at the death of has tieen recuperating for the past our beloved wife nnd mother, Mrs. J. ' FOR SALE- :- I Shoats. Miss (ieorgia week, lie sa,s the trip did him good M. L'dwards. We also thank the pas. Hueru Dunn, Hryantsvillo Phone and he feels much hotter. tors for their consoling words, nnd the Vista. singers for the beautiful songs. Mrs. W. S. Klkin. Mrs. E. C. liar-- 1 Walnut trees, i J. M. IMwards and family. FOR SALE: 200 good. nard. Miss Jennie Duncan and Mr. J. j Good size and quality M. Duiichi,, motored to Fiankfort toA. H. Hrown. Jr. , 'day, to U the guests of Mrs. Margaret A SUMPTUOUS hELON FEAST FOR SALE; IS squares of number and Mrs. John Soutli. Ilradlev Mr. Walker tiuyn und his estimable one slate coat noting for Bale. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lung and family, J. S. Stone. wife, on Inst Tuesday tve, displayed Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Shearer Mr. and their Kentucky kindness and hospitulity, Mrs. IVIefas Pollard Mr. and Mrs. K. FOR SALE- - 100 bushel? of seed by treating the High School teachers II. Want and son Harold spent Sunday 'wheat. Tests (ilj. Germination lest and their neighboring friends to u dewith Mrs. W. (i. Clark and family, It. L. Ruse. .'. licious melon feust, which was enjoyed : Mrs. J. (1. Hversole und bright little very much by their guests, judging locust poits. cheap FOR SAI.E-5- 00 son, Win. Franklin, uf London, who from the many nice compliments that j also grazing for cattle. have been the guests of Mrs. Henry were heard passed. Tli Madames und jj J tie. (!. Conn. Moore, left lust week for Louisville Misses were ull clad in their best Sunjoin her husband, Capt. day regalias for the enjoyable uifair. 'FOR SALE: One hundred und fifty where she will jj J. i. Kversole, who is stationed in There, was never euch uu array of tal- busheles of good seed rye. Walton Moss. that city. ent, beauty, sunshine und happiness sociable occasion. displayed on such Mrs Knliler, Mrs Slaegelnnd daughhemp brakes. FOI! SAL:-T- cn Kentucky ladies of the "Promised Good us new. Harry Francis, ter. Martini. Mr and Mrs Henry Kahlcr The Land" have the wide wurld reputation Mrs Hutchinson and Uaughter, ull uf Paint Lick, Ky. I'omeroy, Ohio, were sisiturs In our as being thu most beautiful; purest uud ladies on duel's I have purchased R. J. Walker' city this week, the guests uf Mrs Chas most modest Zinimcr, who Is the oldost daughter of us they maku tho best und most devot State Champion Red llerkehlri lionr. They are well Will .tnnd him ut $1. U. M. Huigoss. Mrs Slaegel. They all motored through ed wives and mothers. Paint Lick. Ky. in their handsome Caddilae, slopping in worthy of ull compliments bestowed 27 at. louis respectfully, ! Lexington for h short stay with Dr. upon them. trujed from my place on Lancaster Will (J. McKinney. Zimmer. mid Stanford pike, Jersey short yeai- Montgomery, AlabauiH. ' a: . it 1t ling can. iiewaru sur l..r..uuoiiuuiuo. Mr. nnd Mrs. linss Itastin entertain11. G. Guver, Lancaster R. It. 2. ed nt u dinner party, Wednesday evenA GOOD HOG FEEDER. ing In l.om.r of Itev. F. M. Tinder and Covers were laid for fourteen wife. Most Powerful of Snakes. Ore uf tho best records made In the One of tho most illlllcult reptiles to guests: Key. ami Mrs. F. M. Tinder, recent hog feeding contest was made I rupture Is tho rignl pjlliou, also tin- Mr, und Mrs. L. G. Davidson, Dr. und by Karl McWhorter of Paint Lick. On the of luiliu. Unit giant siiaku that o Mrs. J. A. Anion, Mr, und Mm. Will May L0 Karl secured a little Ited .'!0 feet III extreme Embrv, Mr. und Mrs. V. A. Lttar, Mr, gilt weighing only 33 pounds. He lueitsurt'H ii long us hud and Mrs. II. V. Uaslin, Mrs. Kinma brought thu pig home in a tack und en sos. This Imiuenso eonstrUtor iligginbotliam und Mrs. Hello Hurnside, carefully began to feed it. Unfortun- III its wtuiileifiil colls thu strength to python could itiiMi mi n. A All kinds uf plain and fancy sewing, ately lie had absolutely no pasture und fclioot Its head fonturd, strike u big tho pig obtained In tho het, fell htm, nnd crush , Satisfaction all tho green stulf at reasonable prices. during the contest was a little grass Mill bone from lne-- and the pythuus Mrs. F. Morgan, guaranteed. Iticlimoi.d St, next door below Powell's thrown uver to her after cutting the cuiiitht by the Htiiko man rtru twice yaid. The pig was 2 months and 17 ami sum. liir." lUrou times av long. store. j HATS Ua see ' Mrs Francis Also let us fit you in a new I.ii-- ! SPIRELLA CORSET. None Hetter World Over. Sold the ' -' ) Pitjitii)iii HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- 11 10-- foot-stoo- l, . PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will appreciated. 1,3 I I 11 Herk-shir- , 1111111 1 P.B. WILLIAMS r i lie entral Record, Thursday, Oct 4, 1917. IN KENTUCKIANS RALLY TO CALL SiMT OUT FOR FOOD SAVING Vast Army of Patriotic Citizens BcnJ to Task of Conserving are Forty County Chair Available Supply Named -- Pledges to Be Signed Octobor 21 expressed GltATIFICATION Sackett. Federal Pood Administrator for Kentucky, over the curly evidences that Kentucky men nnd women are ready with the govnnd wIllliiK to ernment in plan to rnnerve the nation's food .supply. l'ledgcs In large number arc being received by Mr. Sac Kelt, the writers promising they 'will lend the fullest In eliminating measure of waste and will not lose any opportunity of preaching "the gospel of tho clean plate." Mr. Sackctt said: "The women of was splendidly Jefferson Mrs. Georxo C. Welilon, Kastlegh, and Mrs. Fred Levy, 182J Third. Jessamine -- Mrs. D. I, llcraphlll, Nlcliulasvllte. Kenton Miss LuelU K. Iloyd. 218 Wallace Ave., Covlngtoti. Larue Miss Nettle V. Hansboro, llodgcn vllle. laurel Mrs. Gene Hackney, London. Lyon -- Fleety M. Lynn, Kuttawn. Magoliln Mrs. J. II. Gardner. Marlon Lebanon. Mason Mercer Mrs. Thomas F. Cleavor, Mrs. W, H. Cox, MaysvlIIe. Mrs. Glave Goddard. Kentucky have responded to the call sent out from Washington to cau vegetables and fruits. They have astounded the world by their remarkable achievement. They have set up a record that 111 not be approached In a long time. And the women are not through et They are still canning ana iirrsiTw.iB uu uui Kentucky women are in the forefront; In the truly wonderful record that has been established. "I think the present I a good tlmo to point out that we arc face to face with another problem -- that of con-- j serving the supply on hand. I am confident that tho women of Kentucky will meet this new problem of eliminating waste In much the same spirit as they tooK now nt mo canning prim-- ; , Iem. I do not believe that 1 am over-stating the case when I say tbo mothers, wives and sweethearts of our soldiers at the front will solvn this with glory and credit to them-elve- s and with honor to this great Rev. W. M. Klclrldse nnd James M. Denny attended Trans) Ivanla I'reshy-ter- v Mrs J. Wade Witlkcranil Miss F.stlll at Campbellsvillo the past week Walker vrrn visitors in Richmond Mon n Mr. Will McKlnney. of Mobile, lis.).Anyone desiring n is the guest of his nieces, Mrs Mr. nnil Mrs, Waikvr ("inn weie K. I,. Woodiand Miss llallie Rojston host c nt it water melon feast the past Mr. Lewis Cujn, Mrs. W. C. Kit, week. In Jessamine or Kajclte counpstrirk ami rister, Mrs Stone (if Shelty, see Sloan, of lluliliie, lias Mrs. ls vllle were ifuests of Mr nnd Mrs, of Mr mid .Mrs. K. L. U, (J. (itiyn n few ilnys J been the ifut-week. T. Woods, Dr II. J IWck Mid S. M Dennv Lancaster, Ky., who will be Mr KM Williams mid family spent spent the pint week llsbii g In Rock Sunilsy with Dr. and Mrs. Siiowilen in c.vlle river. The Clad tJ show ynu same unci llhie was I'n.e and Winchester. Rive you the lowest prices, tliey brought home some splendid 3mo Dr. N Mnvs lias returned to Ids home at Richmond after several clsja visit Rev C. W Ktsey of (Vnlhlniin, who with friends here. has conducted n series of services Hi i'AINT LICK Mrs. R. K. .Stone and children of Ml. Tabor fur the past two weeks, left Richmond were the (jucsts of Mr. I). Monday lor his linmr. Mr. Klsev made many friends nmonc; the people here Horn to .Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Witccx W, White the past week. nnd Ills sermons were without excepon the 29lli a boy. Dr. and Mrs. I'errv nnd Mrs. VA tion, full of the ovcr of the Holy Mr. and Mrs. O, C. Ituckcr spent McCann of Richmond, spent Saturday Spirit. Sunday In Crab Orchard. with Mrs. J Wade Walker Mrs. John While of Nlcholasville lias Great Flee Lost. Mrs. II. L. HiildelborRer of Richbeen the jri'fit of Mrs Rice Woods. The stimuli bus Uy tire in New- - York mond was the guest of Mrs. M, K. l said to nuiount to $0,000,000. fit) ' Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford has Ross from Kiiday until Monday. OTICE Farm been the guest of Mrs, II. t. Wallace. 12 Gab. You csn mVe II IB g iwiiillrrtonleknown Blue Gras Currey Robinson lt Cares snil liferents. rsprs, sivt llmtirMiwk, rbob-rsotnerm-esseai unw-pu- ts nrhr null isotpsla Pimltr liktire. IH'MS rMIItt SM.CT. w - Solil by R. McRoborts. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs -- For Fall Planting $J. fll worth of hardy plants nmltulba for fall p'antinK POSTl'AII) foronly Write for particulars sod KltKK KALI. KLOWKR HOOK, which tells wnai 10 piani, now io piaiu snu wnen to plant. $1.1X1. SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, IV Miss Jennie Tllton. Car Nicholas lisle. Ohio Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Hartford. Perry -- Mrs. II. C Faulkner. Hazard. Pike Miss Mary Auxler. Plkesvlllo. Pulaski Mrs. M. C Williams. Som- - erset. Itockcastle nation." Economy Means Victory. I willingness to lend a hand now evione-thir- d denced Is Indicative of the Interest being taken to make the Food Administration's work a success. County Chairmen Named. County chairmen appointed by Mr. Sackett have been Instructed regardone-thiring their duties and have reported to the Food Administrator that they are Call upon your chairSave on Your Bread. now at work. With regard to thu wheat and flour man today and volunteer to assist In any way you can. A partial list of supply, one writer has quoted figures to bhow that If the 20.000,000 families chairmen follows; In the L'nited States will nave Just one. Miss Mary Faxton, Anderson Mice of white bread each day, that this reHarr:i -- Mrs. Alice florin Talor, insignificant sav.ng will result InM7,-Coil leasing IS.OuO.OdO ounces of flour, Glasgow. Hourbon-MU- s pounds dally, or approximately Lucy Slmms, Paris. ' Alexander 4,".V) barrels. Charles Mrs. noyd According to Mr. Sackett, the savFlaughter, Ashland. 1. A. McDowell. Dan-vllling In bread Is only one of numerous Boyle Mrs. J. plans for conserving the food supply llracken Mrs. Marlon Landerback, that will be Issued from time to tlnu Ho estiby tho Food rtdir,'.-.!itrjtlo- n. Augusta, llreckenrldgf Miss Kllzabcth Skill-man- , mates that Mvn per cent of the food Cloverport. that ordinarily goes to waste dally In Clark Mrs. K. M. Scobee. Winches- the United States would feed Iho Stato of Kentucky, and that ten per cent. If ter. ' Clay Mrs. Georgia Hatton. Man- Intelligently utilized, would be sutil-den- t to feed the tates of Indiana, chester. Mrs. Ownsley, Ilurkes-vllle- . Ohio and Illinois. Cumberland Headers wlll'understand from them Fayette Mrs. Shelby Harbison, Lex- figures the magnitude of the undertakIt will ing that confronts America, ington. Weltzel. 1 comparatively easy of execution If Franklin Miss Cornelia Is the proper amount of Frankfort. You can Oallatln Mrs. Hose II. Wood, (lien- forthcoming Immediately. not begin the work too soon. See your coe. your Henderson Mrs. Jlenry I,yne. Hen- county chairman at once, offer pledge services, make ready to slgu the derson. every card that appears below, and do Henry Mrs. Julius C. Helburn, thing In your power to Interest jour neighbors and friends all over tho Hickman Mrs. Jennlo Ilrower, Attention was directed to President1 Wilson's proclamation of July 30 last when he told the women of America: "Every pound of vegetables properly put by for future use, cVery Jar of fruit preserved, adds that much to our Insurance of victory" It Is time to renew thU Insurance now that the canning season Is draw-Into a close, according to Mr. Sackctt. and this can be done by simply signing a pledge card like that appearing at the bottom of these columns and placlug It in the hands of those In charge of the county organization. workers will distribute Volunteer these pledges, beginning October 21, and no county securing the signatures of less than 73 per cent of the number of families in that county will hive been successful In Its campaign, ac; cording to the view taken by the Food Administration at Washington. The work of organizing the counties la Kentucky Is In full swing and there ! no man or woman In this county ho can not help make this great undertaking a complete success. In lounties where the larger cities are located the goal fixed by the Food Administration for the number of signatures Is 90 per cent of the total number of families. It Is hoped by Mr. Sackett that even a larger number than the figures quoted will be obtained and the State Food Administrator believes the minimum figures for signatures will be secured If the g ' Miss Mary llradley. ML Vernon. t Shelby Mrs. George Armstrong,! Shelbyvllle. Todd Mrs. Jennie Street, F.lkon. , Trigg Miss Kva. Apperson, Wayne .Mrs. V. W Kendrlok, Mjn-- 1 tlcello. Whitley Mrs. M. A. Gray, Corbln. Your county chairman will tell you that signing u pledge card obligates you In no other way than that you mean to live up to tho promise made ' for yourself and family to wustc no . article of food. It Implies that you are ( willing to serve at jour tahle the per- -' tillable foods that you have been put-- ! I ting nway during the past few months and tbeieby render available to cur own soldiers nnd to those of our allies J over the sea every grain of wheat and ( every ounce of flour It Is possible for this country to spare. Confiscation Lie Nailed. The Food Administration has denied a widely circulated Mory. probably emanating from protVrnun sources that the government Is planning to all canned goods. In excess of lui) duarts. In the possession of one fam ily. There Is a further elaboration of this silly rumor to the effect that the government Intends to take away from families vegetables and American fruits that have been dried and preserved and ship them to Kngland. This deliberate propaganda is de nounced as an unqualified falsehood by the Food Administration. The urges that canning be continued and says tho utilization of this surplus food means that the general supply will then bo left for dependent consumers to draw upon. Kentucktans also aro called upon by Mr. Sackett to Jo what they can ii. PUBLIC OF fill 10 Live Stock and Implements Owing to the fact that I will discontinue farming, I will on Wednesday, October 17, 191? Beginning Promptly at At. alleviating a condition that approaches a sugar famine In France. The French government has requested the United States to allow them to import 100,000 tons of sugar during the next month. Inasmuch as this country only has sufficient sugar on hand to meet tho normal consumption In this country until January 1. at which time the Indian crop becomes available, Americans are requested to cut down their sugar ration and reduce hy purchases of sugar, and candy. The Food Administration stales that It does not desire to Interfere with tho purchasing of sugar for preserving, and that If the suggestion Is met to the French cut consumption situation can be saved. o'clock, A. M., the Poor House Farm, four miles from Lancaster, on the Kirksville pike, sell at public auction, the following property: 1 1 Mules; 1 Mule; 1 good Brood Mare and Mule Colt; pair of nice mare Pony, five years old, gentle to ride and drive. 3 aged Mules; five-year-old-Mul- 2 three-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld es; Six good Milk Cows with Calves by side. COWS .A-lsTO aJLXj"V3EL3S. 1 fat Cow. good farm wagon; 1 Walter A Wood mower; 1 hay rake; 1 Brown Manley Ifculting harrow; 1 Bemis Tobacco selter; 1 Black Hawk com Planter; 1 good fam turning plows, one number .12 and one numsled; 1 good'.wheatdrill; lihog oiler and hog feeder; 2 Vulcan 3 extra good hog crates. ber 13. Three double shovel plows; one 14 tooth cultivator; One DeeringiBinder;".. cotmtrj'. PLEDGE CARD FOR UNITED 3TATE8 FOOD ADMINISTRATION. TO THE FOOD ADMINISTRATOR I am glad to lolu you in tho service of food conservation for our Food nation and I hereby accept membership In the United States advice Adof ministration, pledging myself to carry out the directions and my home, Insofar as my circumstances permit. the Food Administrator iu 100 bar-rel- s Wagon gear; plow gear; crosscut saws; diggers; shovels hoes and other smaller Implements. of new corn to be taken at the heap. TERMS$20.00 and under sh In hand, over that amount, negotiable note payable January 1st, 1918, without Interest. Km I; Street iT.OjXT""" " a City . ....jjJCk-- There r to fee or due to be wishes to line l member U of those AnTons sair have tbo Home Card entitled to Membership Dittos P'dol the 'lia rid upon paid. State The Food Administration actually handling food In the home. of Instruction, but only those sign-inWindow - g c.rd. which will be dell. A. K. WALKER. Capt. Am Bourae, Auctioneer. teclft The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 4. 1917. UP TO YOU We Make Homes Ready to A Brave Man Under a Cloud Dy VARREN MILLER IfWHITE SWAN love 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. We have the best oi Workmen helping us.. Our price is reasonable and we give quick and honest service. Do your part and we will do ours. Hervey 8c Woods Lick, Kentucky. Paint If You a Kcafarlng man nnd had been nidioru inly a few weeks. He gave Ids nauinl as Patrick Diigmi and was n nntlrp of A lame nmollnt (if ullvrr lilale nixl Jeuelry had been Inkrn by burglars I from n rich nun's house. The burtflnrs owaped without bring serti, The police got busy ami tracki-inuiii' of the plunder fo n pnwindiop. The pawnbroker ilnlari-i- l that It had been brought In by a reec(nhle looking man who ickcm-iiIi-ililmv lf us a man if business who hail been well to do mid had met reU'rses. The pawnbroker wan ruplcloui of htm, but he told so straight n story that the pawnbroker was tlnully cnmlm-ci- l nnd ImitKlit hundred dollars' worth of ailMes from him. The next day I ho purchased goods were Identified as baring been sloleu. That Is ns far ns the police got In the mailer till one day the pawnbroker i met n man oil the street who resembled the broken down merchant who had sold him the Molcu goods. Ilo follow el the ?upect mid on coming to a iiollicmaii turned him over. The nipt hi showed n great tleal of nt Ids arrest and threatened the, Iniwnbroker with suit for damages ns) soon ns he had been acquitted, lie vild that ho was not a merchant and had neter been n merchant. He sun, l I Indlg-nallii- ii We hove opened up the Lancaster Elevator and flour Mills and are running every day. Wc have an expert miller with us and are turning out as good 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. Pione 86. Walker, Lee & Hicks. Need a SAVE FOOD IS MESSAGE Save rvciv scrap of food ns tlio you wire sarins Human nvrsj This is the messagi Id American housewives fronf Mrs. William Pew her Itecves. joint women's diicctor in the llrfttali food minijtrv. "Kooil economy is now actually economy of human life because it preserves the noncomliatnnt at home from the menace of starvation, unit lightens; tile lunlen of those daily risking their lives at sou in defiance of the so we h'telisliwomen have come to think or fooil in terms of life mid death. "More, the food crisis has tieronu- - Wheat Drill n Ireland. - When the trial rauie.off thu prNoner elaluietl that on the dale of the theft or, rather, tho sale of the plunder to the pawnbroker he wns not In America at nil. The prosecuting attorney asked him where he wns nt that time. He- fore replying he nsked the dale and was reminded flint the (inwubroker's i entry In his cash IsMik of the payment' for the goods he had purchased was Aug. 1.". The prisoner scratched hist head thoughtfully, but could not re- - j member where he was on the dalo nanuHl. He thought he wns at sea, I J 8000 Miles directly serving standard track To the Public IFcontemplate information regarding YOU or your friends traveling toanypointancl desire thc central crisis of the war. ''Let mo miKKcgt the use of substi tutes wherever posiblc. "If American women use substitutes they will leave free for shipment more uasic but was not Mire. Asked If hp kept no he ream! that would prove his mid that he didn't even know how In write. This liUemeut tluew doubt on his licenser's statement that he had palm-- 1 isl himself oft as a menhaut In re-- 1 duieil circumstances nnd gained sym- palhy from the Jury. Hi en the proc-- 1 eutlug nttornoy tried to help the junir uiiili to get cWdcuco to pro'o Ids altbl. wns here," said the prisoner, "he could tell while I was on that day, for all 1 Alabama Florida Georgia Indiana i "If the captain of the .Mark Hutehlns irvwnil lm lm m im lam 3s I A i we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. ONE OF WHEELER'S REAL KITCHEN CABINET BARGAINS Just take a look at this CABINET at only $il.98 delivered free of charge. Other dealers would charge $25.00 for the same cabinet. Wouldn't you like to try trading' at WHEELER'S and save the difference. You can save the difference on your that summer was sartlu with him." "Vhrre Is the party V asked the prisoner's counsel. "lie was hete for two weeks till jeMi'rday. I seen him In the street and tried to sc.ik to him, but I lost him lu the crowd. I seen by the that Ills ship wns to sail lat nlslit when the tide served." fully developed. So III economizing "What's that jit sayln'V' stild ono of AinellCJil women will b acting in self, the sp'eitators. "I'm eap'n of the Mark i defence" sailed neither. Hutehlns, and I luiu-n'- t I sail tomorrow. Onu ' my crew told BOOKKEEPING uic that mi old messmate, Pat Dugan, Bulneu.Phonoqrai was to be tried today for sellln' stolen TYPEWRITING and goods. Diigau was a good man, ami TELEGRAPHY I thought I'd couie round sec If yILlDK- r.smi TH BUSINESS COLIEBE the man belli' tiled was him. nod that Hut - r.t.Mtii. i' feller Isn't I'at Diigau. He's n fraud." Tup'n." irleil the prisoner, nluiost in tt'rnirr now, rotisc mn M wmnB fr nrr. tlUm WILBi n B. MITII.lslacla.M?. fears, "don't soy that. I'm I'at Du-- , gnu sure enough. I'te cut my beard since joii saw me. lon't joii iemem- night when we was roimdiii' her that Cape Cod with the wind blowin' n gale out o the north nnd fuVnstlc loveied with Ice nnd the main Jib had to be Inwereili" "Ate you the man that went out on the bowsprit at thu risk of ttlldlu' overhoard and lowered that jib':" "Why, sarlln, eap'n. Don't go buck on me uow. stood by ou and tho crew that nwfnl night." "I reckon )ou did stand by me. That was tho bravest deed In my reikoulu' It was purty nigh sure death. There was liothhi' but slippery Ice to hold -- -' 1 "This would effect prices here. And cost is as important as economy. It is ridiculous to preach economy to the poor who. far from wasting food, can hardly buy enough. "American women must realize the llritidi determination to win is their onlv bulkwark aeainsl national disaster until their own military force lias been loou. Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Ohio SouthCaroliiia fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call on or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the Mi NorthCarolinam Southern Railway-Systecon- Tennessee venient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C- - KING, Division Passenger Agent IIS E. Main Street, Lxint ton, Kentucky Trains are operated on Virginia and the 1 District of Columbia if. UU..1U' UJ nmiiiiiiiiir, I I via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit on to."" f FURNITURE. WHEELER'S. RUGS & STOVES T just as well if you will only try trading at YOU WILL LIKE IT $1U8 Co. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. ocr tho log. Hut I can iicut forget tho middle uf that mouth of that )ear. Wo run aground on the eoat of Africa mid couldu t get off, parly of cutthroat nbjgcrs mine oh In bouts to minder ns and take the ship before the tide lose nnd let us off. I'at Dugiiii (hero sugsested that wo tight cm with hot steam from thu boilers, lie took ono hoso mid 1 tho other. Wo bent 'em off, mid If It hadn't beeti for I'nt's Btiirgesllou we'd hno all been heaved overbonid ns dead men." The prisoner wns the center of the admiring vision of tho court and spectators. He bore bis honoris modestly, and no ono would have taken him for u hero had It not been for tho witness' Kory. The Jury ncqultlcd him without leaving their seats. A few ilajs later n policeman, who had been on duty In court ut the trial, saw the captain of the .Mark Hutehlns mid tho man for whom he bad proved an nllll getting into an automobile. Tho policeman had seen tho owner get out of It and, suspecting that something wns wrong, slopped them. They were, fried for attempted theft and tent tip for n term of jcars. They nrro both okl crooks. out looklu' "Let the witness take tho stand," said the attorney for the defense. The (fiptalu inning been sworn the lawjer proceeded to question him. "Was tho prisoner n member of your crew In tho summer of lu-- V lie wns." 'Where was your ship on the l.'th of August of Hint yoari" ell, now. If you d asked tile win re I was on the 1st of that inoii'h or the last of It I couldn't have told you with RounJ Trip Tourist Fre from Lancaster NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 ReduceJ fares to many other cities and resorts In the East ami North Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philudclphlu, New York, Iloston, Montreal, Toronto, Nii;aru Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adlron-J.iclsLake Champlnln, nml other cities and resorts of the b.ist and North, incIuUinn trips on Atlantic and Lrcut S, UfiUc Cstcnincrs. Cor pditlmler., C. M. PATTERSON,-Ticke- ratri, fofJcrs, etc., arply t Agent THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital 50,000. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. (,. DENNY. Cashier. J, L. GlLI., (Jen-HooKcepr A.' It DENNY. President J. E. STOKMES, J. It. Ilarrii, Safety Deposit WE Boxes YOUK For Rent. S0MC1T BUSINESS. Samutl D. Cochran. Alex K. Dnnv, J. U. Posey, J. E. Stornies, S. 0. Drnny. J. L. Gitl, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 4, 1917. Stand Bu The Boys who have gone to light for in, liy buying Lexington V i PARIS PRESENTS VARIOUS DESIGNS "Liberty Bonds," Now. Don't waft for omcone to ask you. We will be glad to take your subscription. No charge for our services. Herald Distinctive Poiret Reopens His House and Shows Many Attract ' Models. WAISTLINE Lanvln ?3fe Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY. J. J. WALKKIt, Vice Prest. B. F. HUDSON. President. Joe J. Wai.xer, Jr., Bookkeeper. W. O. I'igney. Ass't Cath'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. I M f i Features mnnm Complete Associated BELOW NORMAL ON ROLL OF HONOR. Press Mar-kc- reHrts. Thorough service on mid Sports. Cllnga to Slavic and Russian Fashions Worth Still Usee Trains and Rhinestones. This Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU Calls you to an Ideal vacation high up In the mountains of Western North Carolina. Days full of Interest, activity and sport nights of refreshing comfort and solid sleep. Renew your health in the clear, cool mountain air. Go camping In the woods- - climb the peals play golf, tennis enjoy driving and motoring. Bit;, fine hotels or quiet, inexpensive places, whichever you prefer. Lei uf quote you the time tables, literature The only purer completely covering the lllue Crass. A strmi); Kdiloral Page. A (itirc-nof information nt Washington, which distributes to Herald readern tree, every week, h bulletin of practic.il Daily special letter value. from Washington. A Sunday magazine, com-- . paring favorntily with the similar section of anj other Amer- ft ican nevvspapar. New subscription eireeL October 15- :- 1 1 MI A1 rates in on ne.re.t .ant r luwc.t rounj trip far furnl.h and all travel Information. Call write KING, Division Pjsscr,T Agent rhocnlx Hotel lildi;., I IS East Main St Lexington, Ky. H. C One or two months. (".1c er month; three months, $l.k0: six months, &!."; on? year, $!.1l, payHlile in advance. rffinnnr Lexington Herald New York. Thin In n vnstly exciting time In Iho fashion tone. It In nut alone exciting bocaune woiiien want new dot hot for n new eanii, hut fur the more Important reason that In thin country In entirely entangled In the ludmtry of clothet. A inienilnu nn tn what will be worn la Mippuvtl to etmrerii ltclf ullh woman' vault)'. Never ii there hiicIi ii foolMi iiiiicIiikIiiii. Tilt question of what will be worn In Inextricably tnlxi'tl up with the liven of million of Industrial worker In til country, nml upon IN Jitdlrlnun adjustment depend the broad mid butter, the happl-n- t mid the ability to be free from tiervnlli dcpr.i'slnn of thousands of men too old or Iimi .voting In Unlit nml thousands of women who have not the leisure to offer their norvlcvn ti war relief. It In n curlom tiling thill the woman who want') In know, oM ii thioi:.ih an assumed Indifference, whether her nut nml rvklrln are III fashion, (.Iintitil be mi densely Ignorant of the vast nimllUu-tlon- i Into the innortiinst of reeexes of American life. No one Iniislm nt fashions In P.irK Nn line taken them tightly, livery one regariN iliem an n mpri-inbriinih of 1'r.in li Industry that brings welfare Kncli urilst taken his or In million. her dcsluim for new ilollivn muter e 1 m mtI-nun i anil Iho "Into lln in tln-doM-rve- Stalcnrnt Of The Ownership, Minije-tnen- l, maker. The fabric la illfliruH to Scribe, became It owes everything to irtplalfep, F(c, P(t;ii?i(d By Ita manner of weaving. I'olrrl linen nn unusual iitniiiltil of The Act Of CoRirets Aogusl black and white mid hrlngn back lllillltillen of black mid while Jet lav- 24, 1912. hilly iirriiiigmt mi frocks with u .Slavic or Oriental tindeney. Or The Central Kecortf. published Illn evening gonnn fralure the high weekly at Lancaster, "Kentucuv fnr line nt Hie neck, wltch he hnn nlwnya October 1st 1017 nnninireil. Illn wife, n beautiful wonmu State of Ky, County of Garrard, who wore hln chillies boiler than anyllcforo me, n Notary Public In nml for one elo. nlwsiyn nilopted the evening gown whleli nlmwcd only Iho or more the Slate and county aforesaid, personInrhen of Ihe neck nml ilmpped In b ally appeared It. I.. KILIn, who having been duly sworn according to law, deflexible line In u low bell, I'olret will never glte up Ihe skirt poses and sayr that he Is the Publisher that Miggenin Turkish tnniMTn. It In of the Central Iterord. nlmont an much a nymbol of bin work 1. That the names and addresses of nn Ihe Itnt. retl rou thai he ii.mi1 In hln the publisher, editor, managing editor, Marline limine tlecoratlonn. lie tloe" d business managers are; not object to the neparnle binllce of Publisher, Central Hecord, Lancaster vehet Hint forum part of Ihe evening Kentucky, gnu n, although he ban wall toil n gmid Kditor, J. K Uoblnson, Lancaster Ky many oilier tlrenmaker line It since Managing Kditor, It. I. Klkin. I.in- be Invented It nearlv half n dozen caster, Ry. yearn ago. Huslness Mnnager, It. L. Klkin. I. in- Lanvln It Slavic. There have been nn many Iblugn In caster Ky. common beinetu I'aul I'olret tun I That the owners are;(Oivc names Jeanne l.nnvln for hi many jearn that and addresses of individual owners, or nome ilrennmakern have lnIted Hint if a corporation, give Its name end the they nre related or thill 'the houn names and addresses of stockholders are commercially eoniieehnl. The owning or holding I per cent or more of heni two ilenlgnern In amount of stock.) Trance are an illfferent an ean be, even of the total J. K. Itobinson, Lancaster Ky. bejouil Ihe fart that one In n woman Frances C. Itobinson, Lancaster Ky. mid one In n man. R. - Klkin, l.sncaster Ky. Therefore. II Is not surprising that Central Iteconl, Incorporated, l.snWhite I'olret flllign to the Mllilptuous elTin'tn of an einlle pant, Ijuivlu liNo caster, Ky. Ihe anvil .'I. That the known itinlluuen tn Itaiamer iimiii bondholders, of Sin vie mid llulati fahlonn. moitgages, and other security holders She ban gone In Serbia mid Hull-nim- owning or holding 1 per cent or rnoru for lnplnilon ami probably of Iota! amount of bonds, mortgages, drawn u color, u line or n niiggentloii securities are; None. t'nnnaekn of nlilnil l!llla cr other frm Ii. That tho average number of In illi.rl eoulrimt tn I lies'- - horl. brll Unlit Slavic etothen, Mie hun put out copies of inch issue is this publicatian The sold or distributed. I h rough Ihe mails il tnont illgnllliil evening gown. -klrl In unite long, but without n train, or other vvite, to paid aubscribers dur1 In nearly over the hip ing the six months preceding the dato mid the line. The top part of the nklrl ban shown above Is (Thin information is Iheilayn of the llen:ll the llchlliennnf required from dailv publications only). nml Jinlgliig by the many Iblugn Mtnre. It. U Klkin, that ljinvln In tlobix. an well nn oilu r Sworn to ami subscribed beforo me it lonkn an though I'rem h ailli day of Sept 1917. W. I Champ. tin- - liniv bloil.e In nny form will noon Notary Public, Lancaster. Kv, My betonr in n day that U done. Commission Kxptres Jan. IS, I WO. Tliln In no) In Hie tf n, he merit or ileniertt that Amerh.iti Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Gut Flowers For PJiones H39-- -- or 83. Wm. F. Miller. Agt. Lancaster. Tablecloth Tempted Deer. oruaiai'lileil Willi n recently of gn on leatvi mil graced the board of n farmhouse In Incoritoralfd. Dark Moon i I, back of .Mlamiichy. f, .l mid wti tin' pnrlletilar pride of All the farmer's wife. Mr- -. William ('rawn. One morning lately 'Mr. C'runn hung It All Orders Kccei'T Prompt Attention oil it tInth.llno. tin t In half nn hour ra iirprleil nml pained. Mvnrillng to the New Vurl: Herald, tn Nee three ileer nllng It gr.Hible, A tubli'i'tolb tie-M- 11 voiing vxHtion have bm-i- i Now, what hnve these- grrat MibtillHg Ihe tlailit Innlle.- - and Ihe long, done for America I III jmiimiii? lltht leei-In Ihelr MinnniT elothon, Tlmt In the leading qui'stloii nmniiK Iho om ii innkliig them of glnghaiu and hnpkeeM'rn. tin- - dressmakers, the mil or"ieelally nf Jemey elnlli. I jitiv In iiImi evplolln tin- - large wnlst- lions of tniiunn wnrkim In the In . ilre'n vvoiiHin. o the smartly COMMISSIONER' S SALE OF LAND. J. I). Occasions. (iAItltAltll ClltlUlT COl IiT. Vol, et ul. Plsintiirs. VS liuby Turner, et al. Defeiidklits. Pursuant to u Judgment tendered at the August Term, 1117. the urdersign-e- d (jinmiloner will tell at public auction before the Court Mouse door Lancaster, Ky, at II o'clock A. M., on 111 HI 1 On I Saturday. Oct 13th, AT TEN A. M. ill iliilry I I wim t We. Will Sell The flrmoup flisel FftRAl This farm is located six miles from Richmond and one mile from Silver Creek, on the Lancas-te- r and Richmond pike. Ten Room Brick Residence, Tobacco Barn, Stock Barn, Tenant House, Garage and other outbuildings. Has pike frontage on both sides. Will subdivide this into small farms and then sell 4as a whole. BRASS BAND. FREE LUNCH. PRIZES FORsEVERYBODY Here are two evening gowns that suggest the dlrectolre. At the left la a dinner frock of pink silk and inalincs lace. The cilk ceat has a peplum that turns Into pockets, and there are lace sleeves. The skirt of lace hanga In ragged points at the ankles. At the right the rjown Is of pale Iliac taffeta, on the lower sleeves In pale green, yellow and pink. Tha embroidered bodies Is finished with a loose band of colored beads and fastened with neck lace of purple velvet ribbon. of i lolhon, the mllln, the miiliil- - Coat III various maleilaln, tn bo worn faeturern, tho Importer!! und the ex-- , under u euat Milt and tn wrvo nn n hloiiMi or Jerkin when the eoat In re- Hirtern. We know that lilt" nljlen for the, moved, aulllliiii have been willed, but tho' The hnln she prodiicen ullh these nuihscn iln not know what each tie- - govvnn.iire nflen Minill of brim. She I what each greut nlgtier ban done illngn In Ihe erfecl, but fashion eilahlUhmeut bus Kponmireil. wnall eilltlnii of Ihe ,:S imroiluml Tn begin vvllh. l'ulil I'olret ban again Conilneiiinl worn by Lnfajetto mid openeil ,.... I... bin .'louvo, to r.s... models,t . Vtn.iliigon, II. T. .1 ...... 1K .....V W()rth Comnu Tr4lt,t- lll over bin lion .o on I Ik1 Avenue Allhoiigh Keveral of the leaillng which wan iiImi pluceil nu d'Alilln. iloMgnern have eoulrlbiitml In many other doom, mi lug thai Ihe I'roni-place would be closed until the end the ileinmiil for eonnervalloii of by elimliiatlng tralim, Worth of the war, ban been taken down. IIiom' nlilii'lliliiLon I'laiuv i:iay have foreeen long war, enulliiiien to use t)nt would feel In veiling gnvvii. that but her people felt that Iblugn would mum In crMs before the fiiurth )eur Worlh wan not himself If he 11l.oll1.hetl ml It maken ihlnenloiien or tralim, broke. one foil ipillo Hlifo that ho Iiiih not , Waistline Below Normal. Poiret In ulvvajK Imporlatit : there- - 1I0110 HI. Illn 10. con nre not only covered forp, what he fchown In of lnleret. Tn begin vvllh. he fealillen Ihe vvaUtlliie Willi ... rhlnenlonen, hut gllxlen Willi cut .... . 11.. ..... .iitr....... ....i..d which in nrnppcii ih iovv ii.o noruiai,.1j j' mi. In the Oriental manner. There la very blue mid beige for Iho evening, built Utile (bat woiildever nppeiil In, I'olret In willn and velvet. Like I'olret, he uien the low vvnlnt. In tliu first untl necontl empire fut.li- Ions. Ho Ik Mrnngly barbiirle In whut Hue, but no mutter huw heavy hln he doea. He hnn genlua for fubrlcn. sklrtx, Ihe bodlcen urn Irunsparent, lie known the art of weuvlug und tl)e-lu-g which Ih not In Kympiisjr with Poiret better than most urllntn In Paris at nil. do, und he ban special placed that work He trlen out u hit of tlmt Empire out Ida IdeuM. Therefore, lie ban been here und there, and lie ban taken up In make frocks In the new kind that wonderful hydrangea blue that able of plukh which will be very hard to Callot made an famous the summer vet In this couutry, but which will be the war. desired because It baa beeu featured (Coayrif ht, 1U7. by tha McClura NtwSftv b( a few of the great I'reucb ,drcn- I I 11 MM ......., j 11 it Mug Ihe lir.t dm of the Carrard Countv Court term, tin' rial estate menticned In the pleadings and described as follows; Tract 1. Ileing the tame property that wasconvejed to James Turner by Jemima Cordrr and husband, by ile- -l dated Dec III, IWJ. and It corded hi Ihe Carrard Giunty Clerk's Offlce. Deed llook i"., pag- - - , ami tht same is desciibid as follows, A certain lot of ground nr.d bt'ck business and dwelling house llieiron. In Lsncs. ter. Cinrriiid Countv. Ky. on the Southeast comer of Campbell ai.d llufonl St, and boundetl 011 the Korth by llufonl street, on Ihe Kant by an alley, on th South by the proierlv of the Hopper heirs, untl on the West by Campbell street and being lot No. ,'IS. on the plat of the City of Lancaster, and containing about one half acie. Ileing the same that ws Tract conveyeil to Jnines M. Turner by (Jeorge Hakir anil wife, by deed duly lecorded in the Carrard County Clerk's ollice ih Deed Hook No. 25, page rgl, ami dated Jan. 17, l'JIO, and is in the town of Lancaster Ky. in the linker Addition of said City on Totten Avenue, beginning at u point on Ihe Northwest corner of the bum fronting on Totten Avenue; thence S KVliT. V IK.', feet. Ihencn S I ori I: i'i.") feet to Slonnes line, and thence with Slormes line nu. easternly a (kiIiii thence dirt rlion Ih'ii feet parallel with the first line N I M W 7fi feet to the beginning, containing '.'.K) nrres. There is inchldetl in this a one half interest in tho cistern on what in known nn the William Dumber stable lot, now owned by Link Jonee.-s- anil there is excluded from this boundary a small lot sold to Sam Yen key contain- tjig about three otinrtera or an acre. the purpose 01 tr.ls sr. e Herein is to livide tne proceeds urisirg from the sale of tho property among llm joint owners as their interest may nprv.or. , MONDAY. OCTOHKIt Z.'. 1017. '! TKItMS. The sale will bo made on a credit of six and tvvelvv months, in separate trnct!i, and the puichaseror purchasers to execute bonds with will bo approved necuiltv for Ihu purchase price,,.said bunds bearing interest at jIV p.i,l rrnltl ,(BI .Ill ....M t ,, ... ., . ...y, .I,,, f,,r '.IV. ... ' olTrt nr ( JUU..IIICII, uiiuii which exeruuan ma) isbue, payable to W, II. Ilrown, Master ,. i,,.i.... , 11 11 nml n lien will be reserved upon the nroportv sold herein until all the purchase money is paid. W. II. llltOWN. M. C. L C. C. J. K. Itobinson, Att'y for Pllf. Capt A. M. liourue. Auct. of tho Currard Ciicuit Court, .... ..... 11 inu.-i.-n- i Ui.,-- HTERSTATE REALTY PAUL FINCH, Manager. Boliver Bold on the block. 1 Ml HIGHEST PRICES PAID HasaHtasvs MiU4 oa Day Hlamaat Is Rm.It snl Ne ConaHtilea te Pay Writ, fat Prk. LUt SainUiT.ii twl bo-fo- M. SaWl & Sons Ufsnswssstl ItUUtlU IUI tOUISVlLUJ, KY.