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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 11, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917101101_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 11, 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. TWrNTT EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER Don't fail to attend It. K. iialo .Saturday. Sse hi ml. Henry's Is II, 1917. , 2.. TEARS AND CHEERS Grttt The Dots On WORKS LIKE A FURNACE MAKE YOUR HOME Four sacks or barrels. It guar anteed to please you or money hick. In Their Dcpulare For Hudson, Hughes & l urnnu. Camp Taylor. COMFORTABLE AND SAVE sMttrKHM Lost between homo anil Lancnater on Friday night, In tlii, office. LIJ n gray overcoat. Iteturn FW' 581 1 I The tinnurd County Chapter sent OG .sheet tn Dr. Harrows lin.- - Hospital I'nit this week. I HI FUE- LIII Car of Old Dominion, the heat Port- laud cement, juat recelveiL Hudson. Hughes & Furnau. By Installing a ilmiwiH i XXCtaitiiry 2 Cos 15 mo cast Your Liberty llond with intreat at fourjHir cent, is a receipt for nur money and k new fen thee in the wings of jwace. XXth CENTURY -- The Red Cross yarn has arrived. All who will knit, call at Mist Helen Gill's House and get the yarn with printed inatnictlon. The Ladies Missionary Soeietv of the Presbyterian church cordially intite all to their annual Silver Tea. Oct. 1Mb. at 7:30 t. m. HOT AIR FURNACE. Conn LIVE AND DC 11111 "Babbling Tongues" Proclaimed A cTVIost Wonderful ., Ilierosn Mnroau Jose Mowui Louis Moreitti Marie Mnrrati IVHx. . New Ivan Special Feature has "Reniarknble and Acting," Say.s Penrietta ROcWANS OPERA HOUSE, Monday, October 15th., 1917. Itecleaneil seed wheat, rye and barley; new Crop timothy seed, orchard grass-- , their proper address canhe obtained. Less Titan Half K'y. Illue Groat seed for sale. J The presentation of the bibles was The Cost of OthHudson, Hughes & Finnan. made by He v. H. S. Hmlon and on of the boys .Mr. Mack- - Morgan A pie supper in to h" given by I'aint behalf Lick High School. Tuesday evening. thanked those who had cnntiibuted Absolutely LET LIVE FOLKS. will hold I Oct, lr.th. A thirty minute program them in well chosen words. N'o official notice lias been leceived fire 46 hours. You do o'clock. will be given beginning nt iiy the local board ut to when the next not have to shine this stove but once a year On Satuiday. Oct. 2Uth K.d K. M. call will he made. Tinder will have n sale Ht his home en He will put up at Stnnfoul street MUCH INTEREST auction Mime stock, crops, furniture, ins sale Shown At Mass Meeting Tuesday Night. etc. Get a bill and watch lor ad in the next issue of the Record. BROTHERS ltesoiiding to a call from a com file government has decided to take mittee of fifteen of Lancaster'i! promi Direction over all big ahlpj for war needs. All nent citizens to aieet at the court house American croft exceeding 12.C0U tons last Tuesday night, bieught out nbout Foremost New York GrUic. will be requisitioned Oct. !.. Liners 150 business men of the town, including will be included in the plans for supplyJnnies Morrison. ing troops and warships abrnad, and n number of ladies. In the call for this meeting, the committee stated that Urare Valentine. for earning food and munitions, to the "tbcte will be conditions to face the who have cone to fieht for us. by buying Arthur Donaldson. front. According to a recent plan an- people of our city in the future, of 1 t'nppeiltuii. nounced by tho shipping board, within sufficient importance to greatly de . Umitv Uemidct. a little more than a year, gthe United mnnd our present consideration." merStates will have an ocean-goinThe tilndden James. chant Meet of more than l.tWl ships, Dr. meeting was called to order by Don't wait for someone to ask you. We will bo glad to take your J. A. Anions ar.d It. II. llnlscn was subscription. No charge for our services. Ctmilyn Hirch. aggregating y.UiO.OOO tons. made the chaitman, with I!. L. Elkin secretary. Short tulks were made by Hon. J. It. Mount and Mr. G. M. PatJURY MONEY. terson, but it was not until Mr. J. E. S money ready. August Jury Itobiuson was called did it develop OF LANCASTER, KY. Joe J. Walker. T. J. F. what was the enact reason or occasion U. F. HUDSON. "President. J. J. WALKEIt, Vice Prest. Mr. I'oberfor calling this r. W. O. P.ignev, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. WAI.KF.lt. Jlf.. snoke for nbout one hour and made DRAINAGE ENGINEER HERE. son W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. tome statements that opened the eyes E. C. Mr. Drainage ot every one in the auditorium. Thomas. ON ROLL OF HONOR. Engineer of the Office of Public. Heads It develtipes that there is a "gum and Iturnl Engineering, Washington, shoe" campaign being launched to de D. C Is with county agent lingers this feat the present city council and Mr, week. They are mapping out u drain- Hobinson very earnestly exploited the age system for Mr. J. E. Uobiou. virtues of the old council and related Mr. Hobinson expects to tile a twenty in detail just what they had done elur-inacres bottom field cn the Owsley farm the past fourjears of its adminis which lie has recently purchased. trntion undir the leadership of Mayor LG. Davidson, giving the City of Ax announced in our last Issue, the boys third increment of twenty-tw- o morning for Camp left last t'ri-snTaylor jmld the tears and ihcers of friends and Inveil ones. of all A delightful dinner was given the This greatest boys on the we of their leiivetaklng Heaters actually paya at the ICengurlen ar.d several patriotic for itself. speeches were made, among those speaking weie, Judrfe L. L. Walker, William F. Miller and Mrs. James II. Kini.aitd, who presented each, on be half of Ihe local, W. C. T. U. with u coin nut bag containing many useful articles, K.kIi iioy was nlco presented with a handsome lenther bound Illlile, the gift of Ihe various Sunday Schools of the cci'jiity, besides n number of the citizens of Ihe county. It was through the thoughtlulness of Mr. Walton Moss that the Ilihles were secured, he hav- Heats upstairs ami ing initiated the tamgaigu several warms all the floors. weeks ago, but on account of the book It burns the cheapest being (lelaved. the first bovs lj leave kind of slack and con did not get one; however they will be be run at remembered with one juat as soon aa MOORES AIR TIGHT HEATERS Brothers. Ll er Heaters. 3J HASELDEN Drama. Stand By The Boys "Liberty Bonds," Now. '' We Citizens National Bank fi HAPPY GRANDPA. may not Mr. W. O. Goedloe be a "Foxy Grandpa" but he is a happy one juat the same. ilia daughter Mrs. Walter Carter, of Danville, is the proud mother of twin girls, they having arrived last Tuesday evening to bless this already happy home. "Ock" is keeping Ihe road hot riding to and from Danville and says they nr- - the cutest, things 'what is'. SLATHERERS RETURN. 4- - '7 lay On its initial public presentation this fact of tin matter is thnt the tuie erored un Instantaneous und Bwayii so tragically in the throes of remarkable hit. The roduclion won (emotional climaxes tlnitseliHlfclil) finds honest and enthusiailie recognition no place therein. Purity of motive as squurelv on its merits ar.d deserves to sailed by the venom of slander Is the live long in scieen annals as u signal predominant note, and lives und breath- triumph for Director William Hump.'i-(v- . ea in every movement of the unfortun to whose skill 111 d crnftmanship ii lutes who make up the eternal triungle, the molding thereof unstinted credit Is : An (aid feature of the producion is due. In the first place, his cliolco of n ' that on several occasions when u tense subject wna wide. Mr. Humphrey hod situation Is reached one involuntarily "BABBLING TONGUES" not lived through some twenty five odd wishes that the uction might cease yearn of constant stage service without abruptly then and there, dreading tho Don't fall to see "Unhiding Tongues' discovering that it is freitielitly the bane of an anticlimax. Yet In tho it Operu House, next Monday night. seemingly insignificant things of lite next moment it becomes evident thai Oct. loth. This feature comes direct that nre calculated Jo nuke a striking tho limit has not been itttnlncd. nnd up from Mary Anderson theatre Louisville aupeal to the average person If ingen- to the final dramatic exit of hem mid whete it has been showing to crowded iously colored nnd presented in proper heroine, driven into guilt by ameiciless house Iteml the largo ad on this page g breathless, world, settings. and remember the date of this mot hold 3 its grip. Tho man or woman does not exist interest Grace Valentine, formerly Ihe dainti- remarkable photoplay masterpiece. who ut some timo In his or her career to a great- est of Ingenues, Is ttansformcd Into an has not experienced BUllcriii superb emotional ability in DR. AWON OUT OF RACE. er or lesser extent from tho malign In. actress of this, her 11 rat appearance hi u powerful Iluence or umridlcd speech on the part Mr, Humphrey's cliolco of u Last Saturday Dr. J. A. Anion, the role. of deliberate or unintentional scandal Republican nominee for representative Taking this unfortunate leading ludy, or discovery rather, uddj of Garrard County, filed his mongers. papers his laurels. At times of human nature for tho basis of flesh lustre to phase with Ihe county clerk, legally with which. by the way, he Is the bitter pathos projected by Miss drawing hit drama, ot from the ruce. Dr. Anion with (If rg E. Hall, the dir- Valentino's forceful art results in the stated that lie found that running for creation of such n painful atmosphere ector wrought so cunningly that his almost longs for office was not what he thought it was completed work cariied conviction to that the spectator something, uny thing definite, to happen and that the financial sacrifice was the most blase member of the audience. to relieve or break the tremendous just a little more that lie cared to take There is no attempt mudo to preach a ter.sinu. upon himself. Dr. Amon enjoys one of sermon or M)inl u moral, vet for ull Space does not permit dwelling In de the most lucrative practices in the counIlia moral is thi.ro for those who tail on the work of the other members ty and no doubt would have led his th.i car to benefit by It. It is also Hgre- - of tho company. Suffice it to say that ticket, yet with little rhance of bring able to note that from beginning to end, every one whoto name figures In the elected. Ills withdrawal means a clear despite the shadow of illicit lvo hover- -' cast shares in the honors earned by fiield for Hon. J, Hogan Ballard the injtl'i h background, tho baser pa. unique production, The photography democratic nominee, who will be Garslon, the unlovily sex suggestion taint, Is excellent, and the I'arinan atmos- rard's next representative In the I, ronsrl juous by Its absence. Thei phere perfect In detail. Messrs L. G. Davidson, Earl Furra and Ilruce I.nwson returned lust Monday from a fishing trip to Hockcastle river, with the usual fisherman's luck, cold, wet and hungry. Messrs. John Farra, Fred Fiisuie, F. S. Hughes, J. A. Heazley nnd I!. I.. Elkin leave today for the same objective and it is believed they will return, MEETING wnim, dry und full of fish as they ere all expert fishermen. Lancaster the bea electric light ser vice of any town of this size in the state, improving cur water system and maintaining the best older through our efficient police Judge, F. I'. Frisbie. The present council has stood faithfully by tho people m dealing with the Telephone system, he said, and if a franchise should be granted the llastin Telephone Co., the peoples interests would be looked after in the future rs in the past. Whether true or not, it has been freely intimnted that the Hastin Telephone Compuny is hacking the new council and some predict that if thev are elected, the citizens of the town will be paying -. a month for phones, on increase of over one hur.' dred per cent. At any rate the die is cast ur.d the unstin Telephone Company seems to b9 the Nsuc. $- li Fearless, Peerless IN THE The Worlds The World's Greatest Serial Star FATAL Greatest Serial. each AT THK CHURCH. METHODIST RING Be sure to hear Bro. Lear sing and Dr. Mann preach at the Methodist "hutch. Services each day at 10 a. m., and 7:15 p. m. Hoth slnget and preacher nre present the latter having arrived Tuesday afternoon and the former having arrived Wednesday morning. At !':30 each morning tip vices will be conducted In the diffeient i lore rooms for men. Everybody is cor dially Invited .to attend these services, F. I). I'almeter, Pastor. gest of them nil. Dj you know what that means? Pearl White's Iiiggest Success! It means a story more absorbing, action more Intense, feats of daring more thrilling, situations more wildly exciting, climaxes more brilliantly dramatic and Pearl White more Fearlessly Wondeiful Than Ever Hefore. The result is the very acme of achievement in photoplay serial production. The final episode of the PEARL VH1TI3"S many great serial successes, one IIIGGEU than the preceeding one, have culminated In "The Pntiil RinK,,uniUcstiotiublv the big- THE T. R. FIRST TO FLY IN LIBERTY "Neglected Wife" PLANE. The climax of this great serial affords uhundance of thrilling and sensational scenes. Intense und romantic nnd wonderfully Btage- d- Sec it. "GRIP of EVIL" iii A Study in two parts. Pictures of Life's Interesting Col. Theodore Itooscvelt gained the distinction of being the first civilian to make a (light In an airplane propelled by the new military motor invented for the government. The flight was made from the Hemp, stead aviation field and for a half hour the machine piloted by II. J, lllakely, an army instructor, attained a speed varying from 90 to UO miles an hour, reaching an altitude of 5,000 feet. When the airplane landed the colonel It was patted lllakely on the back. "bully", he said. Problem This Stupendous Program ot 7 Dili Reels to be shown at 'I OPERA HOUSE, Friday Night, Oct. 12th. Show Starts 7:15 ADMISSION I 1917. 10 5 and CU. :) The Central Record, Thursday. Oct II H ! 9 7. 1 Really For The ON New Fall Clothing Ccjrr!ht ITuI SrktffMt a Urn 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. the "TRENCH" model Suits and Overcoats for young men and boys. Also young looking models for older men. but we got in Woolens are sky-higgood and had ours bought before the h, The unusually large stock of Shoes which we had on hand, enables us to sell you Shoes at the old prices. Our new Rough Hals are really and we have your size and style at $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00. good-looker- s, in prices. Suit and Overcoat Prices: $12.50, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50. Let us convince you today. Jas. W. Smith, D House Of Quality (!) n Hit Having decided to leave the County, I will on MT. HEBRON Mrs. J. and Mrs. Hunter Davis Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico were I). Dean is very sick at this in itichmoml Tuesduy und Wednesday. Mr. Frank Land who has been suiter Lime, sand, cement, rock, brick and ing from rheumatism is very much im& Farnau. salt. Hudson, Hughes proved. Mr. Auther Montgomery bought of Mr, and Mrs. Dock Simpron. of Mr. Dillanl Urumfield a mule colt price Richmond, weie lere Thursday and $55. writing. For I Any Sale Farms Size Friday. Thursday. October 18, '17 at my place 14 mile from Lancaster, on Crab Orchard pike, beginning at 10 o'clock, sell the following property t: to-wi- Three good brood mares in foal to Jack seven year old mare in foal to draft horse, and gentle for lady to drive; I seven year old gentle family horse; seven year old walking mare; nice three year old walking horse, and a good one; three year old sorrel mare; 2 good milk cows; 2 calves; 4 good meat hogs; I sow and pigs; one lot of pure wagon bred buff rock chickens; two-horI buggy; hog box; 00 bales of extra good hay 40 barrels of corn in the heap. 1 1 1 I 1 se Miss Mollie Crawford of ileuna Vista Mr. Harold Onatott who is attending was with her brother Mr. J. I. Craw, Iierea College visited his parents here ford Sunday. recently Don't fail to attend it. E. Henry's Kev. Sebastian will fill his regular hi) adv. sale Saturday. See appointment at lluckeje Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgoinerv Sunday. entertained a few of their tiiends at a Mr. nnd Mrs. Talton May and Miss singing Wednesday night. Uuelali May made a visit to Mrs. May, Mrs. Thos. Xorri of camp Nelson at Wlimore. was the guest of her sister Mrs. Chas. has purchased a Mr. Wesley Simp-ioDuncan a part of last week. nice stock nf geeds and will run a gen-em- ! teach! Miss Evelvn Camnbell who is store at his place here. ing at Locust Gove was confined to her I The youngest child of Mr, and Mrs room with tonsilitis a part of last week, j Kreema.i Davis had an operation per Mr. and- - Mrs. Harrison Dean and formed on its throat, Sunday, children were the week end guests ef Genuine Kanawha salt does not har-M- r. and Mrs. Dennie Scott near'j, the barrel. Best for curing Nicholasville. mesL Hujson Hughes & Farnau. Messrs Chas. Duncan. A. O. and II. ! Messrs Charlie nnd Clemmie Murnhv It. Montgomery delivered some hogs to,iava purchased the Worthington tract air. nenry ituuic last lueaiuy. at i ,,,f lana from Mr. Elovd Ilumnhrev. i cents per pound. Mrs. Sallie Hicks, of Irodhead, Mr, Mr. Issac Massie and wife Mr. Ura and Mrs. John Duiley nnd children, Mr. Burton, wife and daughter of Bohon anil Mrs. ICobert Whlttaker nnd daughwere the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ed ter weie recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grow Thursday night. Ed Dail-- y. The Womans Missionaty Society will Mr. and Mrs. Dillard 11 rum field and children and Mrs. A. S. Dean spent the hold its regular meeting at the Brp-ti- st church Thurtday, Oct 18, at '1:30 latter part of the week at Blocmflield o'clock. Mrs, Emma Sutton will lead with liev. E. II. Blackmail. Mrs. Sam Johnson and children of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ituney and Mi Lancaster were entertained by her Itaney , of Lancaster, Mr. and Mis sisters Mesdamcs Tnos. Hicks and H. Iva R. Montgomery the latter part of the Mike Forbes and sons, of McCrcary, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. week. A series of meetings began at this place Monday night. Conducted by ltev. E. II. Iilackman of illoomfleld who will be assisted by the pastor ltev. D. F. Sebastain after Friday. Mr. Walter Cloyd and wife, Mrs. Tom Cloyd and daughters Irene and Gertrude of Harrodsburg and Mrs. Allen Chilton and daughter MIcb Hattie of Lexington were the guests of their aunt Mrs. E. F Scott from Wednesday dic-tri- Remarkable Values Moderate In Price 1 Shown To Buyers to GET ON FARM, Invest i! If you wish or exchange,AGET BUSY. sell ! In, it 3 30 any OR 300 fl6RE,S Estate location, adaptation or improvements consult the 9 D. A. Thomas Real ( AQENCY. PC DC DC DC DC 1 1 the meeting. RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Household and kitchen furniture including a brand new Range IS COMING TO THE FRONT Itlghl now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Uloiv triumphant and(unnullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, us nothing else could do, the importarce of gjod health, both us an Individual ' and nutional asset. and numerous other things. Terms made known on day of sale. Mrs Lizzie McCat ley. AM BOURNE. Auctioneer. until Thursday. Draw M"iL A Check QUNN8 CHAPEL. Mrs. Juke Hurt has been ill. Mrs. Tom Floyd is in a serious con- dltion. Mr. Curtis East, of Cincinnati, was here Sunday. Mrs. Amelia Bogie is a guest of Mrs. Allen Toater. Mr. Hardin Davis is ill and threatened with typhoid. Miss Viola Tribble spent the weekend with Miss Jessie II. Itay. ltev, D, F. Sebastain was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Land. Miss lieulah May was a guest of Mrs. Ed. Dsiley, Thursday night. Mrs. Oru Davis was a guest of Mr, I It'll ITC7 j for the money you owe nnd Inotehow much more res- Chandler Sunday. ltev N. II. Young, pastor and Supt. K. T. Quaverly conducted a scries of meeting at the M. E. Church, during the past week. ltev. Young will have charge of this circuit during the coming year. He is a very enthusi astic worker and a very successful years work is predicted by those who have heard him. ltev. E. II. English of Bercn conduct ed a very successful meeting at the Liberty Baptist church closing Sept. 28. There were 12 additions, seven by baptism and five by letter. Mrs. English rendered able assistance with the music. This was one of the most enjoyable and uplifting meetings conducted here for some time. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybedy should guard their health us u priceless When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, an is the case with everybody at times. Vou ought to come tu Nature's relief mid take a conrso of COM-CEL-SA- R pectfully your creditors re- - (Legally ijiioraiitecd to satisfy you, or iiieney huckl If you'll do that. ou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back horn for lack of red blood when you ur.swer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar lorthreee boxes, legally guaranteed for Jthe stomch. liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'E la best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIIOY LINIMENT, for all I'alns. bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. They know he is doing business in business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. PUP Card you. They like to do businsss with a man who has an account at the Garrard 12 Gals. mg VPS Poultry Tnlcv ll y Too can make II ffallona of tha bant I poultry tonic known villi a too bottla of Ctmil twits TwHff lMtr. VMKS Cures and preterits nw; iMuuvr-iivvi- i. cooler. U1 other tUnesMis. At Uriiif-fU- U or by rrisll ixutiitw. roultry bock free. ItrtN hast Cs, InlHIts.lt. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. Bad t Tmt Gt. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 3C Dakoto 3723-3- Jack-White-Mo- on The Garrard Bank & Trust Company West liroadway,' LOUISVILLE, KY. 3C in. :ic The Central Record, Thursday, Oct j II, 1917. CAHDB. k.i 4 FUR CAPES ARE TO BE WORN Will De Very Deep and Rather Wide With a Little Vest Effect as a Novel Feature. Mmv tmn (lie new fur inotl.'M AmmlliiK f' nil iriii!iiiillriill()tiH vt - In wiir fur u- - In iiici- - of fur wnrN ntul tin1 ciih' Ifwlf Ii to i cry "Iwp. rntlii-- r wlilc mnl in linluilc K llllh' vit I'frert purl of ir. iiriIMUHl IHHkl-Up- Rex Ga ra ge . ' .. v t. I' ii CARS Plane GG . ii Open Day and Night. .nl; anil Sntisfiiiti iy Smifc Or. Wm. Mice lit Italncy D. Pryor, :iJ Veterinary Surgeon antl Dentist. LancnMcr. l.ivrry Stable. Kentucky V.1:kvci...il. pp.-- n KI .'Twin V . i- - Wis vir."!! 5fH ik t fU'.lr . ; il l"! 'I! Jul ' tfc J mi nte :! ',. in Tin. fur mHylickuMii'kj-- . Ilmlwin Iuy untile tnluk. tiiuokriit. iiiiii-.kli- i or mini.. In llif iHtliiiutloii 01 si'MTiil cf ilir furrli iM it i lo I l.rov n -- . t i . . lull oilier ilctliiri1 em) furx will In1 in jronil t'Vlilfiii'c, nlillc for Ihw lio hii nITorit II Mlillr will .c uiIiImI lo ! n f tin1 liroii or tln crny. Oni' of tli iiihv inpi'i.. for lifttincf. In iiiiuli. of upotlcsi iTiiiliir mid llni'il ullli uhltc (iiitln Vi'llt-i- l Willi Miirk vlillfoii. Tlic nipt' Iiiiiikk In soft fnlil from slinulitiT to MHiTuI Indies lielnw Hie I'llmw nml It Ii) slushed on i ltlu-- r Mid of tlic nrm xii t tin t when Hie littler In In motion tlion- - N cximisihI tin-r- t Till lnt l Mini to llio liKiiri'. lielni; of t lit fur llnlslieil ullli u Inrgi' torlnle-slicl- l liurkle. Tin- - mpi" Iiiik lint rvwrs KPiiiowluit riMiilulMi'iit of llio illleetolre luoiles, mill tlie'.e nn 11 I'ompli'ti'il hj Hat rollnr of lludvm Kllile, wlilell limy lie llirneil upuiiril to int'lopc tin- - lliront lo cac of pou-r- at my home on Lexington pike, 5 miles from Lancaster, on I will fi'iiturr. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wfeecla Doctors Of Dental Surgery, -j Monday, October 15, '17 following personal property: I Mininft liullilllitvtrl Hull I an' iiriilliirr itofr. A Alliln j is ''" r- VNCASTKl:. KENTUCKY. - At! aHZeieth tt it.t U Jiv . '. The Wayenberg Line I of Work Shoes f M 11 Ion tttvc i.'irn joii f wnitlu'r. LONG beginning promptly at 10 o'clock, a. m., sell the 1 1 STITCH IN EVIDENCE Its Frequent Use Probably Is Due to Desire to Make Embroidering Easier for the Novice. 1 lit r It H notli-enlil- e thlucs are lieln Illllde us eu i, :ih piivHihle fur th neiilleiviiinini. and art'i on rl.v for the nolie. The oxue for I. .mil e. iin.ii.ler "till I xtroiiK nml it I" no di.ul.t lie-elle nf Hili fact that fHchloit Ikih snlil lllllt tile HlliCle lull); hllti'li holltil In more friiiieiill ihan miy olliet that one inn net the ileslreil effeet without "iHTKlItie loo much time on tin work. One pliuv when- - llio IoIik Mlteli l oUHpieuous is on the new fabric Inns A tery tuimlli(! blue Keornotto i rep. iiiiNlel has the crown decorated witli Ions Ktltehi'S of heavy wblt." tbw. Tin tililni do nut brills nut any purlieu r deslKII. Itl'teiul they seem to lit placed hit or mlsi, but the result ex fremely pleasing. As fur tho llower-'ha- t en n be lirimclit out in the louc jack; bay horse, black horse, 1 1 seven-year-ol- d, gentle to work and drive; 3 mares in fon? by ld four-years-ol- d, unJ Unj; r lit bv U'M il'c r , pjir Hu.irjilitrrd ' TO mcirc mule; coming four-year-o- mules; 1 good mare mule colt; two-year-old 1 coming saddles and drives; horse mule; 2 coming d horse mule colt; 1 coming 1 two-year-old four-year-o- ld horse filly; three-year-ol- G. C. GQK, fV1anse,Ky coming 3 horse. 1 three-year-ol- j. A. Seaziev IHINERAL DIRECTOR lim.'. hul-iiei- la A nI heifer cow and calf; heifer; 4 steer calves; 1 heifer calf. 1 cos'l d heifer; 1 J two-year-o- ld binder; 1 wheat drill; 1 I cutting harrow; ,.: i'i Nali.n.il Hunk. :i. "J7 ll!Ve I'llenc i.a.casti:i:. KY. m With and other farming tools. wagon; 1 e seventy-fiv- e bales of straw; also about 20 bushels of fye. two-hors- roller; two cultivators; plows buggy and harness. About iS IH FAVOR M. .1. PATHICK, More Fashionable Than Ever for Trimming Hats. Fiiint. Tiick, Koutuckv. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Elaborate Costume Paris Decrees night Thing Is Perfectly Plain Felt or All John M. McRoberts. the SpiinUli lonutlt" Mvcnr by of Itlnrrliz." Thli milliner has iiT iHHirre hut it Is at I'url" ll"ll-t iii.hIi'W lire Itinrrlir. Hint lilt linwii. vtrlli". Iilallu de Villi. r, ii I'nrls Ii allows one The kel of tin low Kill limn winter 'r.'.illoiiv nstie in Hie Idea. The voxuo is for lidding an imli lilmtl tnucll to a reiiily-liiaifrock oi liloiisf. in placliu: tlic stitches tin mil draw them tlcht. ami et do nut hint theiii too Iihisc. Strike u happy inedliiir so that eaih stllch lies perfectly ll.il mid does not pull. stilch there are asters, thousand How cr. t hrysauthemums. daisies ami c number of other plants that wilt sui: ;ct theiusehes as jtm yrow tutlitisl TEKMS made ki.own on day of sale. Jame: Clark. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. "l.eN 11 e, SIMPLE IN LINE AND COLOR Or. Printus Walker, Veterinary I rills iiiisvH'rnl il Ttie iimiii hiir iiini: Vim Ikiv, ii uoiitil t.e rn ii liinl iib-:i- l i for Il m JL Surgeon. infill LiinruttT. iriiiiiitly. dnv or I'liutif am Kentucky NT On j.E. EDWARDS, Phone 365-- M.D Saturday, Oct 13th, AT TEN A. M. i in BUCKEYE, KY. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. That ThU AKri'i'imoit Witm-sseth- ; in cnlcr to protect tho aaniH on our ' lamls for 11 ihmiihI of thru' warn Uiii'l iiirseleB not to hunt thereon, nor, permit unylioilv else to ilo so. nml we further iinri to pronecule with tiili-- ' : Kence nil pernons who violutt' the itHiiip laws of Krntueky or trespass upon our Ihii.I-- i for the tmrposi' of hunting. And . Deputy we further iiKrot to not a Game Wardens for tin purpose of car-run- e out this HKioi'inunt. Kxrepl each llilile and et o ery l':ilsii!i. .Tit t of us hui' the tiKlit tu kill rabbits on' II IlilK'e l(Hlle, wit!i n illll, soft crown lilue elet .11 our ."arms or permit it to bo ilono by iliaile of ciow's-wln- : or the boi'ilered Willi si.'iuU. no Hiii.nnii. another under our Sutli u IniUlc intit b supervision of mine responsible anil whatever. driinii well down over I lie I'.nr and person selec'ed by us. reliable worn nbsolmely Mrnlttht on Hie iieml. This November IStli, HUG. A plcturesijue hut - nnnle ot black J. 1.'. Kobinson, lioiilt de solo, with a wide kind of koIi. I.. Klkin. W. II. lirown, linsky round the iilf.lt crown and Mils Jno. M. l'arru. V. II. Ilurton. Alex Walker. of line embroidery carried out In blue. T. A. Klkin, Mar-I- t nml red bc.id.i. Thin Iluelileii llros.. P. M. Tinjer. shape is ver In co'tilm, and It always J. !!. Daltoti, Ioo1;h elegant mnl uncommon. Hubble, Iaik John II. Hinitb, tin Ik are more f (!. M. Di'sbon, .1. N. ItiHf. than ever, nml they nro mini wills Hit' II. II, Cox, i must Kiiher lleiiinir. plnln tallortsl mills: Hits J, , aweeiiev. in ii truly 1'iirl-lii- it IIurIh'k llios, Idoti mid very W. M, Malian, IIioj. Withers Willi a xovoroly iilalu Milt the ami Jim White. William, Marcus hat may bo picturesque and decora tlic, It. 1 Wilmol. J. I). Tope. though nl vn jh llchlly trimmed. On the Mrs. David Chenault, other hand, Willi mi elaborate continue Kred.l. Conn, W. It. Cook, the rlirht IhliiK In llio iicrfcclly plain J. iV. Hlingre. which has lluirman Ilros, felt hat or T. C. Itaniiin, no other Irliiiiiilut: lliau u couile of Win. (!. Anderson. Sam Cotton, ImlpliiH. I.enls is uilxlni: W. II. Moss haiiilsoiuo T. 11. Arnold, Jr. fur uuil embroidery on tmiiiy of his Jno. il. WliiU, new models, and with K"d results, It. K. Henry. llrit;ht HerrinK. Cronim iiecm koIuc iii hi id up and a A. I) llradshatv, Scott Huffman number of unusually narrow-- brims arc It. U Darker. Win. and Lizzie Unstolt. keen. We Will Sell The Armour Hisel FARM This farm is located six miles from Richmond and one mile from Silver Creek, on the Lancaster and Richmond pike. Ten Room Brick Resiaence, Tobacco Barn, WfWmim Stock Barn, Tenant House, Garage and other LsiiTOKimwssiMjiM mtXtt.isAjmti predominating this outbuildings. Haspike frontage on both sides slmp'lcity Russian Will subdivide this into small farms and then sell trimming the buttons, and per haps the poctutj contrast the predominating as a whole.relief ' ir-(" iiii'i tm mj The note in fall eoctunie is one of in lines and In color. It is a blouse walking costume of brown velours. The Is only clash may be consld to ered 3 simplicity. The cm in color Is the tan broadcloth turnover on the choker collar and the tan broadcloth lining In the slash pockets. Silk 33 a Necessity. Tlu export lire urclne women to use silk instead of cotton and wool. There Is hound to bo 11 shortUKo In both tho latter fabrics. In somp places It Is dllllcillt to Krt woolen Jcr-Ke- y skirls and Milttt. Silk stockliiKS will replace cotton ones, for every fraction of n M)unil of cotton Is needed by tin- - warrliiK countries. Wool U needed for uniforms; therefore, women will have to wear Milk. Wliut was muv et. truviiKiiucu will now be economy and patriotism. It may be, however, I but the cuv eminent will forestall this bj - BRASS BAND. FREE LUNCH. PRIZES FOR EVERYBODY KTERSTATE REALTY COMPANY PAUL FINCH, Manager. Boliver Bond on the block. using up the silk for Itr alrpluocs. ONLY ONE SLEEVE This Is Unique Feature of New Evening Wrap. Ingenious Arrangement Enables Wear er to Hold Frosk Off Pavement Without Inconvenience. Tin- s1 r -- 'i'iIiik nnip In oik- shown ini: 111 the - li , tlisl mil'ltlfllts i rli III t vmil I It bus only one .i ep. tl ii. i tiiritf tin our tut be loi e this tlt"i,:liisl I'ti'iiliitf ii oiie-lccin i. There Is Utile doubt t tut t the liver-nv- 'i woman ulm coulilors the" purchase of tlh itiui ..u- Live Stock and Implements Owing to the fact mm The Central Record, Thursday. Oct II, 1917. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulhs For Fall Planting 1 Al l I I.OU l it HOOK whirh wlml til plmit, how lii plant in I w. t'i, to plant JAM worth of lianlv ; fur fnll ii'Hi.liiiif l . Writ fur pit iietii ' 'l. l't H ai h Mb, i,v - ami Hit UK I .nr. tf ROUTE, P. SINGCR, THE FLORIST . HAKKODSBURG, KY" OF NOTICE Anyone iloirnir; n Blue Grass In Farm conn-t- Je.jHiiilni' or hVyrttr see T. Currey Robinson Lancaster, Ky , who will ! glad tJ "hew j on name and Kive you ths lowest prices. trnt I will discontinue farming, I will on I MORE LINEN WILL BE USED Cotton Promises to fleeome More Ex. pensive as Result of Its Use for Wedne saay9 Beginning Promptly at 10 her 17, 191? o'clock, A. M., War Purpoies. t ' 11 slmut'l Ko over liike stink .it lin-- l .a e 1 ; ear She diottlil li.ivi m.,.i.4 !. it lhe shift n::tl tnlitit IhiIk itIot by -- lie run tell the tht'e of ittelr pur ih ie In the opinion of an e rfe4reil Trerv u mini in. I linen hr hoiiNeket-jter- . At the Poor House Farm, four miles from Lancaster, on the Kiiksville pike, sell at public auction, the following property: e j ' Evening, Wrap. ' prohlrui. The rlcht hand liuldi up the frock, uml this urnest of eveniutf wraps hasl no sleee on the rlslit side. The hand Is therefore kept comfortably under-- ' heath the wrap mi that It may do its ork of looklnc after the frock, while the hand slipped through the left Morxe Is free for the currying of opera iiisM's, slipper ling, etc. lhe wrap shown Is made of chiffon velvet, and the deep yoke. Kiiiitetl front niid buck. Is richly riulirotdcreil in metal thread. The fur collar is detachable, so when desired the eutlre lou-Ijoke may be roe-colore- f an eveninc wrap for the coming M'liMtu will he tpiltli to see the utl :i t. Kanurlit. ires of the one-lee- e As every woman knows, an evrnlin; ptwn Is uually sn trail anil pcrWiable ti:-- t It must he held up away froiii thei ;rr;iue of the streets anil the rarrlime; are1 ir iniitor step. Kveninn iiuirr fn ipit'iitly than olherwUe rather I. 11 iilTalrs, often tiulpptl ullli trains that et In the way of the feet unless lirmly ln'Id out of the way. They are often heavy, made of rich velvet. pliih, satin, hroiiile, etc.. and to hold properly ImiIIi the wrap uutl frock Is tlltlicult. If u woman's itrin Is on the outside of the wrap, us It must1 he If the inirment Is iipjlpped with two sleet's, thru she luut hold Inith wrup and frock, unless she pushes hucl; the1 wrap, anil then It Is mussed, ami apilui In the way. e The parnient solves the 3 aged Mules; five-year-o- 2 three-year-ol- d 1 Mules; pair of nice mare Pony, five years old, gentle to ride and drive. ld Mules; 1 Mule; good Brood Mare and Mule Colt;' two-year-o- ld ln u wtiy she ran tell wmriiie rtell wkrlher y lit g It or lines I lhe li.- -t iiimllty. itwl niHi tell einrtly how miHi In rrpUre Hint whlilt mine lit lnss-l.i-l l. liilmt he N'lee limn l eMii-.ie- . but It lin been fiHIIHl In ouieni- - .lie . Iieaper nl-- e rurlhormerc. linen ri'lllieiiieiit In eerv way, Iiieltleiitally the war tins linoirlit nboiit so IIIHtlV M.'S fur l tittoll I bit by ilt'tt year linen promlst-- s to be lesN ev tensive than till ton. I'or this rennui we mn nil retrl In the luxury of sleeping In linen slirets. usliitf linen lottfls mid hnvlni; only the purest of linen for our luble Ill lhl reriiilii iNNke In ier clean irons save clothes They Should De Scoured With Finely Sifted Coal Ashes and Occasion, ally Washed In Soapsuds. To remove rust from llutlrons, rub the snih with emery paM-rimd If mil siiecesriil thru finer Hie spts with sweet oil noil Kiiulerril quick-- , lime, allow Ins this to remain on fnr . Six good cows A:Lsr:iDCalves calyes. fat Milk Cows with by side. 1 Cow. j i I i lollies that Iin to Ween palnstaklngl) Inuaderisl In the eirly siaces are imirrtsl, if not ipilte rulnsl. beeause the thitlroiis are In mi unclean sexeritl tlnyt. Sometimes isintllllon. A EC One Deering Binder; 1 good farm wagon; 1 Walter A Wood mower; 1 hay rake; 1 Brown Mnnley 1 land roller; 1 cutting harrow; 1 Bemis Tobacco setter; 1 Black Hawk corn Planter; 1 good farm sled; 1 good wheat drill; 1 hog oiler and hog feeder; 2 Vulcan turning plows, one number 12 and one num ber 13. Three double shovel plows; one 14 tooth cultivator; 3 extra good hog crates. Wagon gear; plow gear; crosscut saws; diggers; shovels hoes and other smaller implements. rels of new corn to be taken at the heap. TERMS way to clean Irons Is In with finely sifted coal itshes, uml ticeaslouiilly to wash thrm In slroui: soiipniiN, When thoroodtly ileiiiiisl rub wltli sweet oil and ."fund aside In n dry place for several days. k'otHl scour them 100 bar Dc?4s. of the iiltraclhe afternoon frocks shown ns'fitly in 11 smart sltlp in of geori;etti' Iuitf eylluiiri e.il white bends are iisttl u trliiiiiiini:, uml they are so embroidered on the skirt us to form perpendicular lines from belt to hem. One ! seen. uy woman could make n wruii of this k.tid for herself If idle wlhed to. 320.00.and under cesh in hand, over that amount, negotiable note payable January 1st, COULD SIARDLY 1918, without interest. STAND ALONE KEEPING NAILS IN SHAPE They Should Be Manicured Every Day If They Are to Ce Kept in Coed Condition. sc."" Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Tciriblc Suffering From Hoadadic, Sidcachc, Backache, nutl Weak new, Relieved by Caid-ji- , Says Thii Texas Lady. Comalcs, Tex. Mrs. Mi "ila rhll-poof this place, write 'Tho yearn nso I was tal.cn with a pain In mr lift side. It was right under air left rib, It would coairaenc t v.llh en uchlns and eittud up l.ilo ny hit shoulder and on down Into my bieV. lly that llmu tlto pain v. M so r.ovcro I would liavu to t.d:o to lcd, aud suffered uatLilly about threo iijs . .1 Buffered this v. ay for Ihreo ynarr. and cat to ba n mcru stUelriau and v.a i en weak I could haruly and nlou Wua not ahlo to i:o unywhero rind a.1 to let wy houso work po, ,1 stiff rr I uwful with a ialu in my br.e! and I had the headacho all tliu tlnio. I Just was unablo to do it thl ." Vf Uf waa u misery, my tit.nu.w'i .', ta an awful condition, caused fr:'"" takini; to mucii inedlciuv, I cuffo ! o t'och palu. I had Juit alic t it've'i up all hopes of our KettUi' r.aythlni; (a help . & 1 r t, Tin' nails should In- - manicured every lay If they ure to In-- kept In ;.""d tun. illtlun, luit only :i few minutes tu'fil lie ili'tntcd tn them oiifi' tlit-- an- - in jmt-- i order. sMn around tlit huso nl an oraiinc slick. Press Ir hark us fur as jiiii run. Never e ii n metal Instrument lor this puritose. II. hi.' nails should always be clipped nil' iin rltiM'ly as but It Is tit use tlir sclssoiri very spur-mI .hi ilir tutlclc iiruuutl tliu null. Alter pollshlm; tllp the uulls In uunn r tti remove uny traces of tin pulls' j u powder, unil u lluul touch In BUni by rubblin; the nulls iiKUlust tlit palm nf thr liuntl. Alivuyn tile tin rUxt'H, an this Is pruf-rralitit cuttlDi; tlitiu, uutl tlutsli by KhltiK li pullsli with u chamois IratlitT l pail. Manlcurr powder nr paste used tiuly unit' or twice n week. To rcnirtly brittle nulls, cot un ounce of myrrh from tliu druk'slitt uml mix It with our- - ounce of turpentine. Spread tills paste over the nulls ut night, unci In the inoriilnn reinuve It with u llttlu vaseline. llefore beginning tliu manicure plant some wunu water. In which you lime dissolved a Uttlo good soup. In u small howl, and soak the nails In Oil fur live minutes. Thin Is to soften the cuticle, and make It easier to msnlpuUte. !.ii.!'n tin' tin' mil In with i. t r ml' Tl.i, cuiv.mci Whore? ASHEV1LLH CALLS YOU i SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Oct 4th 1 n . V Calls you to an ideal vacation hisli up in K roaun- .altu oi' 1Vv!ijm North Carolina. Dj, j lull uf inuresr, aaivit) anJ si'oit iiislits of rcfmlilng komurt anJ soll.l lccp. Kcnw-- outhernRailwaySystem Following Round Trip Fates in effect Jrom your licahli In the clear, cool mountain air. Co campion in the wikkU iliuu) tlw peaks play coif, tennis enjoy dilvtr.-- ; and ttiotorlni;. Ii:, Cue UouU or qul.-c- , .:napcn-iv- e places, whUhever yon prsfc. iti Ltt ut uuot yuu tlw ljwit Mund trlji time larlc.tiivriturt iivj kit tl. 'I InVimitHsi. vn rwric.t nM ec ttlitf Danville, Ky. to Louisville I ii C4II Lawrenccburg .$1.00 $1.50 ShelbyvillV Harrodsburg $1.25 . $ .50 anil II. C KINU, Division pBuengvr Acnt Thocnix Hotel DUk'-- . 1 IH lU.t NUln St Lelnr Ky. Similar reductions to all local stations between Lexington and Louisville, Tickets limited for return trip to date of sate. Danville 1 'IfctiV' )M.sV iiii Ma' tfli No. 9 will be held at RETURNING LouUville until .5:30 P. M. J... ai for further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. aie. Ono day a Illrltuby Almanac waa thrown In my yard, Af'"r tMtlmonlaln I decided tt try Car-ilu- l, and nm w thaul.ful that 1 did, for I began to Improvo vhen on tho iecond bottlo...I urn now a well woman and foollnc (Ino and tbs euro has bcou pcriaancnt for It ha been two rears slnco my awful bad h?alth. I will always nralso and recommend U 78 Cardul." Try Catdul today. The Central Record, Thursday. Oct CONSERVATION IJvery num. unman iiml rhilil otiKlit lii know llinl nothing on the earth or In the rnrlli will Km prlMlne strength If we lake more from II thnn we re' lnni (o II. In fnct, HiIh prin'i"e will Inevitably Kiip It ltnllly iiml finally iiitny II. We mil' ml milk without feeillng. Kiili' tenet without iiiMlnir. ilni-without ilfHinllliict ilrnw from I lie without pulling In nt (lie hiing; we cnniiot rut our rake- nml keep II. Wn miitiot bmv crop without returning fiTtlllrrr In Hip mil. II, 1917. 1 the STANFORD Autumn Haberdashery silIT New Shirt novelties in soft unci ruffs from tlie Miinlintlnn mu-krr- d. This is the Day of Klch colnrinSs in new unit fa, Ulirn aiiuirt styles in fnnry Wdi.'t coins. Miss Emma Hays spent Sunday in Lancaster with relatives. Richard Cobb of Richmond nsa hern recently with his patents. Mrs. W. G. Withers still rm.ln. quite ill at her home on West Main. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reynolds have been visiting relatives at Somerset, Mr. and Mrs. James II Mershon of Lebanon have oeen the guests of relatives here. Fall Weight Union Suits STOCK ON ALFALFA PASTURE Animal, Should Not Be Permitted to Tramp Over It Until It It Trior, oughly Established. Alfnlfn should ni'Vrr lio postured tlm first season, imil In moat rime It will ln tioM to iih- - It for during the noronil season. In order I hut It limy become IhorniiKlily 'lnlf lltJied before nnlmuW nre allowed In andPaJamns jm slslslslslsH rlKlilsV Mii Ella Mae Sandera has been ccn- lined to her roam for several days on account of illncfi. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall ar.d Mis Sarah Hunn spent Sunday at MareU-burr- f with relatives. Harvey Wilkinson, secretary of Con gressman Helm Is at home for several weeks with homefolks. Mrs. Frank Phillips has returned home after a visit to her mother, Mrs. Lmma Daniels at Lancaster. The dissolution sale of Paxlon snd Duvif. Saturday, was a great success. Stock alt brought good prices. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter hi.ve moved to tho country to live with her mother. Mrs. EtHe llsughmm. Miss Mary Moore Raney, Well Dressed Wonting. At first Iho ntilmnl ilutilI he turn 1 In for only n short time e.irh iliiy, nml when the nlfnlfn I wet with dew i r rain then' Is r.llll greater need of rare to nvnhl Moating. It Is wise t" l h little more direful thnn wllh tramp over It. It rdiould never In pastured cln ly, . thin Injnri'i tin- - minn-of the plants. I lorn- - nml sheep arc more ijtrly to do .damage In llili way than r.rv rnltle or hogs. With cattle nml heep, earn mut he exercised to uvoli a Man. They g blame everything on the war nowadays, even poorly madeclothes. No excuse for that. We arc showing lover. EAR WORM IS l DESTRUCTIVE Seme Seasons It Almoit Impossible ta Get Perfect Ears on Account of This Insect - Tin1 corn o,nlt- inr iLnoichout tin country. II titlark the ear of corn, imperially the Mveet worm or IhiII worm In In Its lannl stage Moth Produces Corn Ear Worm. Iln cotton hull, toniatii fruit, uml Mmictlmei Hit imhIk of beam nud pen. It greatest fotiilno, however, seetui to Ih-- for sweet inrii. Some sensou II l almost Initxwill.lc to eel niiy nh 'oltitfly perfect i'urs of early corn In the garden on account of thin Insect. The worm, width lories in colore of jreeii, purple nml pink. I the larva of an ochre yellow molh marked wllh black. It U rln I imil that there urr two or three gcncrutloni per year. crux. SELECTION OF HORSE COLLAR Clot Attention Must Be Olven to Pre vent Gills Care of Shoulder It Simple Procett. In order to prevent gulls nml more, frlous cnmlitlomi It U not enough to Flu clone uttentlim to the selection of the collar. The shoulder of Hie horse should always he wahel uml given special rare when the iinlm.il Is at steady work. If the Meet Ion of the rollnr lint hoeii properly made ami all oilier Ihlnpi In regard to this piece of harnens loolcd after. Hie eare of the anlmal'M shoulder In ii simple, process. Under them comllllons washing the shoulder wllh soap uml pure water niter Hie harness has been removeil at the end of u day'ri work, ami thorough drying the parts hy rubbing It Mill clean cloths, Is nil Hint Is 'I GETTING AHEAD That's what these new Moss-Finishe- d LSINGTON and teaching music in Caldwell High school at Richmond, spent Sunday here. The second call for the drafted army will be examined here l'iidu ai.il ctl unlay. There will be 100 examined. MUs Mary Ilurdette has returned home from Crab Orchard whero die has Leen the guest of Mrs Molly Collier. Rev. and Mrs. Hruce. Mr. W. H. Higgins and Mrs. Kittie Hopper are in Louisville this week attending the Synod. Mrs. A. C. Hill has returned home from Somerset, where she has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. who Is KUPPENH EIMER CLOTHES in as fine range of styles as ever was designed; splendidly concleved, splendidly executed, carefully tailored down to the smallest seam. These are models for'young fellows with 'pep'; there's variety here to, for the dignified man. John 1), Mention. Mesdames E. C. Walton, T. J. Hill and J. S. Rice and Miss Esther liurcli, attended the Womans Club convention at Herea last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fields are the proud parents of a little daughter who arrived Saturday and has been named Francis Lvnn Fields. There are scores of patterns and little style touches that reveal new beauties to the man who cares aboutjhis appearance. Don't wait until you are ready to buy; come and look tomorrow. Congressman and Mrs. Harvey Helm arrived Monday from Washington D. C, and will be here with relatives and f rienc's for some time. J. R. Harris and family will move to Lancaster this week since Mr. Harris has accepted a position in one of the Lancaster banks. He has bought property theic. Col. W. P. Walton of Lexington, spent Saturday here with his brother. Editor E. C. Walton. Co). Walton, who had not been here lor some years, was given a hearty welcome by all. Mr. and Mrs.- - W. C. Pepples and Mrs Will Pepples of Covington, were here a few days last week, having come here to tee R. K. Pepples leave, who was in the last ones drafted to go to Camp Taylor, Saturday. Huts arc doint(. Every new shape and nil the Intest colorings $20. and up. GRAVES, GOX & CO. Incorporated. $4.50 n 'i The appointment of Mr. E. C. Walton as Master Commissioner, of Lincoln court to succeed Eph Pennington, Is very satisfactory to everyone and it could not have been given to any one who would endeavor any harder to fill the place that Mr. Walton. Mr. Pennington resigned this place to accept the appointment as deputy Collector at Danville and has already gone to resume his duties and his family will go later. different lint here. A hut with n touch of individuality. You gel LEXINGTON, -- DEPTH FOR DRILLING WHEAT Results Olven of Experiments Conducted by Ohio Experiment Sta. tlon for Five Years. Considerable, difference of opinion exist among wheat growers ux to the proper depth of drilling wheat. The Olil.i agricultural experiment station e has conducted teslH for five )earn various depths of drilling and broadcasting. The yield of wheat In huheg per ncru for wheat drilled one Inch deep was "8.7 bushels; drilled two Inches, 28., bushelt per acre; drilled bushels pel tbreo Inches deep, acre; sown hrundeast, 24.0 hushels pet acre. ERADICATION OF WEED SEEDS If Noxloua Plants Have Not done to Seed They Can Be Plowed Under Mr. und Mrs. Itoy Adsms liuvo reThey home In Illinois If the weed have nourished In your turned to their or In parts of It, mow them were accompanied by his sister, Juan Ita, who will spend the winter with down now. If they have not gone to teed, they them. can he plowed under later to help out Mrs. Frank Moore and little son left the stable manure yon apply, but U last week for Williamsburg where they have, they should be removed they will make their home for the present. from the carden and throws on tie compost heap; composting kill wt4 It is with much regret that we give them up. teed. , fc n at Fertilizer. with his father Mr. John ltcberts. It's u waste of time to experiment Mrs. Otto Howling and Miss lilanche Mr. 1C. U. King make a bu9inrs trip with liniments mid plasters when you Howling spent Sunday in Berea with to Rockcastle county last week. I have h dull, throbbing backache or relatives. Miss Cora Fletcher spent last week Hlutrji. subbing twinges. (let after Mrs. Walter Norman and little l.ucile with her lister Mrs. Clayton Anderson. the cause! Help the liidnevs with und Miss Willie Mae Calico spent the m.l Irani nt Iri'tna Miss Jennie. Ilarr spent n few il.iys Doan's Kidney I'iJIs. Head ttiu. John Trimble, Crab Orchard St . I Mr. Robert Anderson spent Saturday last week with Misses l.illie and Mollie Lancnter, any.; "I hHve ufed Doan's night .and Sunday with his Grandma Coldiron. Kidney Tills with benefit when my Mrs. W. T Anderson Sr. Mesdames Anderson, Creech und Mc Kidneys have been out of order. 1 sufLear spent Saturday with Mrs. W. I,. It la guarFOur in sacks or fered from weakness and dull pains anteed to nlease voubarrels. Fletcher. or money back. At times I Ucio.s mv back and luinr. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. Mr. and Mrs. II. Welles from Ukla count no i no anv stooping or lining on hoina are here visiting his mother, Mrs account of the sharp pains in my back. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Mavs and My kidneys acted irregularly. Doan's little Thelma and Mrs. Jane Estridge Sallie Welles. Kidney Tills relieved tho pains in my spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mr, und Mra. ("nylon Andeium and bark and put ni) kuiueys in good con- Howling. son nml Mr. und Mrs Fletcher little dition." and children spent Sunday wild Mr. Miss Ahid Creech was taken to RichTrice 60c at all dealers. Don't simand Mrt. W. (J. Lee. Tuesday whero she underwent ply ask for a kidney remedy get mond apei.dicious she is Kecleuned seed wheat, rvo und Lmrier; Doan's Kidney Tills-t- he same that an operation for doing nicely. new crop timothy seed, orchard uraia Mr. Trlmblo had. Co, Ky, Illuo Grass eecd for sale. . HulTalo, N. Y. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. CARTERS VlLLE. Stony Point DON'T WASTE TIME. Sunday J Acquitted. When n young man eloped with a :KENTUCKY. Sprlnglleld girl not yet of ngc, tho father of tho young woman caused hit nrrest on u charge of disturbing the peace. When in court it was shown that father was asleep when tho elopement occurred and that ho did not Mt. und Mrs. Arnold liryant visited wnkcu for ome time uftcrwurd, tho youug man was acquitted. Katwn Mr. and Mrs. Odea Itobtnson, Friday. City Times. Hale ties for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Triumph of Justice. Mr. and Mrs. liynum Davis visited When we attack only Injustice, soonher parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Hoaln er or Inter wo must triumph. Iu order last Sunday. to Insure triumph, then, wish nothing Mus Corn Hoop has returned after a hut what li just. Respect tho rights delightful visit to Mrs J. II. Hamilton even of those who have trampled your rights under foot. Let the safety of at Lancaster. liberty, ttie property of nil, without exMr. and Mrs. John Uaugh of Missouri ception be sacred In your eyes, for were called here by the illness of her duty extends equally to all. father, Mr. Salem Wylie. ' Mr. und Mrs. liluffurd Jennings und Mr. und Mrs. F. L. Tennlngton visited Mr. and Mrs. C. S. libop last Sunday, Foster-Milbur- n MANSE. and Mrs. S. M. Davis, Sunday. Mr. Salem Wylie continues very ill. visitand Mrs. II. D, Creech spent Mr Mrs. Eliza Creech and children Sunday in Itictiuiond. ed Mrs. Susie Henfro, Sunday. A BOOKKEEPING Miss lUllie lUlstun spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen visited Ofe TYPEWRITING tad Mrs. J. T. Allen, Sunday. eve with Mrs. T. J, Underwood. Mr.(and TELEGRAPHY Mr. and JumtM lUlstun spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Forest Centers vitite I with her mother Mr. W. T. Ai.derson Mr, and Mrs. John Centets Sunday, FrMl-teaku rtiri el t iMrUtc la RMrttattl Sr. Mrt. Mattle Dorrell of Wallaceton, lit Mr, Jim Itobertt and family spent visited Mrt. Susie Henfro last week. UtaM wEuUB B. UMMTU,LsiMtfm. Mr Itev. Robinson filled his regular ap pointment at Carters chapel last Sat urdoy and Sundoy. There was a large crowd in attendance. , Mr. add Mrs. John Tudor, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis and Mrs. Robert Green spent a most enjoyable day with Mr. The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of tH law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N II Price R.L. Elkln II. O. Arnold. J. C. Rlgsby. Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. R. L. Arnold. C. M. Moberly. S. C. Rlgsby. T. R. Slavln. K. L. Darkir. D. M. Lear. Sims Daily. J. D. Nay lor. POSTED Julia Parka A. L. Gibbs. W. S. Ferguson, James M, White and wife. We will add other names for 26 cents cask. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct I 1 . 1917. Have you noted the beauty of the NEW AUTUMN SUITS AND OVERCOATS The wide range of selection, the distinction of style, the true worth and moderate pricing will make th elr to you when you inspect our complete line of MENS, YOUNG MENS AND BOYS WEARING APPAREL. FRATS SUITS FOR MEN. Trench Overcoats RAINCOATS S5. TO $15, PERFECTION CLOTHES BOYS SUITS y $10. to $22,50 Overcoats $10. to $22,50' ri fotClothes SLIP ON AND CRAVENETTE RAIN COATS, KEITH, STETSON AND SWAN HATS. Union Suits and in fact everything in gents The famous line of Cooper Klosed-Krotc- h line of Dress Shoes and Work furnishings. We are showing the largest and most seen in Lancaster. Let us convince you of this fact. Shoes ever before up-to-date 1 fet Clothes 1 Loean & Anderson Bros. The Central Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 a yeah. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Mgr. Ky., R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and CntercJ at the l'oil omcc fu l.ancaitrr, Second t'Uni Mill Ilsttcr. Member Kentucky Press Association lUll Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., October II, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Uffl:es ...$ 6.00 10.00 or County Offices ror State and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line 10 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Men nrofess to scorn women are secretly inchanging styles-b- ut tensely interested. Woman's concern probably depends more on the male interest than on any natural love for the pure art of clothos designing. Having passed throueh the various stages of sheath skirt, split skirt, short skirt, and sport skirt, it comes ns u surprise to note that a Maryland grand jury condemns the summer style in skirts on the ground of public morals. Anatolo France in his clever satire on mankind relates that immorality among the penguins did not commence until the Devil contrived to get one of the young female penguins into a close fitting gown in which her physical charms were emphasized b being alg most hidden. The Maryland jury mere men is aggrieved, perhaps, because recent styles have destroyed the traditional illusion that women floated along etherially, supported by nothing more substantial than-loPerhaps extremities, sha'l we say? the jury is taking this way of getting even for the loss. Autumn fashions forecast a longer okirt, not as a matter of warmth, but Hut because it is "more giaceful". having had an opportunity to discover that women are equipped with tub stantinl lower limbs will modern men be as weak as the penguins? Will we once more be slaves to imagination? Can we forget? Isn't the sport length skirt the golden mean, despite the ver dict of the Maryland jury? wer SOMEWHERE Lient. Chas. K. IN FRANCE" never shines Lands Safely. Dunn Letter To Mother. Many thousands of Ameiica's loyal. g and worthy citizens do For Senior. JAY HARLAN Representative. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. A. Dj FOKpt, not just quite understand the reason for these liberty loans. All their lives thev have legarded the United States as the richest, the most prosperous and greatest nation on arth. To them it has been a land of peace and plenty, the home of the free and the land of the brave". In h word, "God's coun- try". j And now that war has come eight or ten thousand miles nyay, it seems in conceivable that it should be necessary for a nation of such boundless resources. of such wonderous wealth and such var ied and thriving industries and com mercial interests, to be asking its citizenry without regard to wealth or station to contribute to the support of the armies it must send far afield. America, like its people, has been Probably the profligate of its riches. less said of the past extravagances of national government, the better. You are largely responsible, for you have seen tlio acts of your representative!) at Washington without protest. Rut the fact is that of the trifle more than u billion dollars of revenues an nuallv, nothing has been saved. No surplus has accumulated in the treasury. And the rainy day has como for the nation asit comes for its individuals. Now wo need $20,000,000,000 for this first year of war. It will go for loans to our allies; for the equipping of the navy and the arming of the land foices; for munitions of war and big and little guns: for army and navy pay: for the purchase and forwarding of the tremendous food supplies necessary for army support, and for army insurance to support stricken families. Meantime our normal sources of revenue are interrupted and our expense ofgovernment increased. We must have about $19,500,000,000 more ready cish this year than last. And the afze of your Liberty Uond purchase will measure your real worth to your country as a citizen. ' SheriC A. K. WALKER. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. County Court Clerk. W. A. DOTY. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. II. RAY. County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE IHGGINS. Coroner. S. 11. ANDERSON Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. LOGAN 1SON. 2. Magistrate District No. 3. JOHN S. HAM. Magistrate District No. 4. J. M. MKTCALF. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For CoDBty Judge. FOREST STA1T. For Assessor. A. T. SCOTT. Car of Old Dominion, the best Port land cement, just received. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs. W. A. Price of thif city has IIY MRS FRANK M ARKSHURY. Lancastmi. Ky. just received the following letter from her son, Lieut. Chas. K. Dunn, and knowing that his friends here will be delighted to hear of his safe landing. Nut she has kindly given us permission to 1 cup of 1 cup of brown rugar, chopped nuts, publish it. The letter was opened by 1 cup Censor, as the missing words will in I.ovo to all, from of rich milk. J teaspoon sail, Charles. dicate. The letter follows: 3J cups of Hour, (Let 2j of it be graham anil 1 white Hour) At Sea, Sept. 21, 191". I egg well hcalrn. 2 teasMXni baking powder, My dear Mother; NEW STATE TAX LAW. Mix alt dry ingredients together, thn add egg and milk. Stir nuts inla You will probably be very anxious to Many ore finding the new tax law dry ingredients and then altogether. Let rise one half hour und bake in slow hear from me and to know if we land in Europe safely. It will be some sev hard to understand. Tho Record prints oven, Thi bread sliced thin with butter between slices makes splendid eral days hence when this shall have some of the most inixrtant provisions. reached you. At present I can't say The assessors cannot grant time to fill if we shall land safely but I have every ou: the schedule of property as they rcaion to believe that such will be the nre already pressed for time to do case. We expect to reach our port, their work. The principle changes in the tax laws , sometime tomorrow evening. There will yet be some distance to be may be summed up as follows: The state tax rate on bank deposits 2 My destination. I do not covered. 1 1 know but I am slated for "Somewhere and live stock has beru reduced Irom 55 cents to 10 cents on each SIM. In France". Every care is taken to prevent any The State tax rate on nil other class i' Wf information as to our course or our of property has been reduced from 53 iv j location trctn being known. During cents to 10 cents on each $100. liond. stocks, mortgages, note, ac the day, of course, tnere is nothing to do but plow along and the path in which counts and caih not deposited in bank, A we plow is far from sttaight. It re- aie exempieu irom local, mat is, , 0 sembles very closely the path made by County, District, City and Town taxaone who was admitted to the bar early tion. Agricultural implements, manufacand hung around till it closed, said Lnrge assortment of tho lwst Slniitliuil Tires Ixititflit lie-fo- re party having indulged in the wares turing machinery, raw material and there dispensed very freely. At night products in course of manufacture are the uilviuirc there ure no lights showing outside the exempted from local taxation. on ship. All windows are painted over or Farm products grown within the year have heavy dark paper on them ajid are exempted from all taxation. Mortgages of all kind are taxable at then the blinds are drawn. Inside the rate of 40 cents on each $100. of everything is as usual. It has been very interesting the way assessed value for State purposes only the passengers have looked out for and are exempted from local taxation. ships. For the first three days we saw Where they run over five years there a few ships occasionally but none were is in addition n registration fee of 20 Mnke nil mljoiniiig towns at schwlntq prices. Open tiny & night -- . The whole outfit cents on each 100, pavable once only sighted up to was very much rejoiced to see - -- at date of record. good old AMERICAN destroyers draw Notes and accounts arc taxable at up alongside of us to convoy our ship the rate of 40 cents on each $100, for to port. We arrived in the so called State purposes only, and are exempt "war-zone- " or the danger zone as far from local taxation. Money on hand or outside hanks or as submarine attacks ore concerned. A. D. BRADSHAW, Prop. We have had line weather all the trust companies, is subject to State way. Nobody could have ordered it taxation only at tho rate of 40 cents on any better. It has hardly been as cold each $100. Money in bank's und trust as I thought it might bo away out on companies at 10 cents on each $100. 1 I have enjoyed the trip the high-seaFar.n implements and machinery all the way. There were several on owned und in use by persons engaged boanl whom I knew. Thero was one in farming arc tnxablo for Statu purday of seasickness but not for me. I poses only at the rate of 40 cents on had 111? pleasure of one "shot in the each $100 and are exempt from local arm" or as it is otherwise known an taxation. injection of serum tu prevent paraty Live stock is subject toaStatotax phoid fever, whatever that is. The of 10 cents on each $100, und also to worst cirert it had cn inu was to make local taxation as at present. my arm sore. K-- al estate, comprising land and Im1 think I will close shop for the night provement and city and town lots nnd and continue tomorrow. improvements, h taxable for Stale SATURDAY AFTERNOONi purposes at 40 cents on each $100, We have seen an enjoyable bight this of 65 cents us at present, and for d sight local luxation at tho rates fixed by the afternoon. The No change In real estate The first glimpje localities was that of land. was that of tho coast of Wales. I once except the reduction of the State tax heard u Welchman give u lecture, il- rate, lustrated with pictures and song, on Furmers are bencflitted by tho new the merits and loveliness of the state laws, us taxci in farming lands and imof Wales. From some of the land we provement, now fuirly assessed, are passed this afternoon he was partly reduced 371 per cent, for Statu purright but of courso it docs not compare poses. Blue at Broadhead and Took with the llluegrass of Ky. v I saw a It will be necassary for the assctior Obelisk and of best certain thing in Now York that did not to secure about two million additional impress me as being very beautiful but properties to tax this time over tho Kentucky Flours THE REASON Is no the next time I see it, it will be to me usual number which will bring the total to no most beautiful. I have reference to assessment up to about $10,210,000. from Liberty. Tho taxpayers of Garrard county can tho Statue of The air around here ia so thick that greatly aid the assessors by giving you could cut it with a knife. It seems their lists readily and completely. that it is about to rain but it isnt. The Hecieaned iced wheat, rvo and barley; general opinion among the English on board most of tho civilians are En- new crop timothy seed, orchard grass glishthat this Is what could be called a Ky. Ulue Grass seed for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. rather pretty day. Some of them go almost so far as to say thai the sun in England or I should say I.ondon. To me London is England. It really amuses mo the way the English speak of America. America to them Most of means the United States. them seem to crave sering n base hall jjj game and they are most amused at tin-performance. Wo have anchored in the rive- and will he landed tomorrow morning. It sure is fine to be here at last. Mut cloc to get this in the mail. I Favorite Recipes Qf Well Known Women. 3 Bread. BUICK BUICK 'f STAKDAR ft D TIRES NO SECONDS. s Can save you money every purchase K SERVICE CARS FOR HIRE at reasonable prices. ft BEX GARAGE. s BUICK BUICK 1 GloiiLily others Blend it. Still Leading in Baking Qualities. the Fairs against Stanford the bleach take the natural vegetable life Garrard Milling 60. ) The Central Record, Thursday, Oct A II, 1917. BEYOND COMPARE n s A Model ... rj? V 0 S3 (BciUpbn&s COATS and large appealing display of Ufcij'A LADIES AND for every - TV- - SUITS of Get an Wear out-f- it need is being shown now in ' j1 of fmC I CHILDRENS Winter ilAmisingwear v ji DISTINCTION. Before making your purchase, dee them. POPULAR wrought in all the LEATHERS AND FABRICS. DRESSES that will satisfy you all season long Come in ntul look Ihcm over. now ready. Please consider this your invitation to make yourself at home. and you've gone a long way toward getting ready for the cold weather and in. suring against colds and discomforts. Gossani Oorssts ml A) S. THE ONE PRICE STORE. The Joseph Mercantile Gossip About People A Brief Mintlon THE STORE THAT SATISFIES. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY 1 ' One & Two Horse Wheat Drills Fertilizer Attachments and Plow. tut llsrie John Dttre Wgon, Ooe e Mr. W. II. Lackey left Tuesday for short visit in Harlan, Ky. Mrs. J. I!. Mount has returned from visit tu Lagrange und Louisville, s. Mis I N. Miller is in Richmond for n iit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wlln. has r YOU LI. FIND IT IN THIS COI.l'VN. - iW.I 1,1,1 I'.l MWtHWiHou-- e Bitdstll Wagon, One Closed Carriase uoingi ty inoic for rert. A. II. lljstin & Son One Uugi!', two (ins Ktigipes, One Ohio Silo Filler. One Mnmirc Sprend-e- r, lolm Deere Wagon?. All nt nttrnelive prices, One Ridinrf Plow. See utir new Ratios and Healers The Prices Will Suit Yon. ri of the Comlnti ar.d aix inicruicu in. Handsome square inno for sale. Mrs .1. O. Ilogie. FOR SALE or will echangc for cattle. A mules, 1 jearling, 2 vVarling und t tvo-- t ear-olKarl C. Farra. , J. Mrs. W, O. Goodloe homo after a protracted Mr. I!. 1.. Klkin und Mrs. Elkin were tives in Aslnille N. C. in Lexington Inst Saturday. Air. W. returned rela- isit to J R. MOUNT & CO. The C) Deal House. WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF Hiss Eva Rankin is visiting relatives and friends ut Somerset und llenticello. Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, 1I ii i Mr. Athby Warren and Miss Jennie Warren spent Sunday with Miss Jennie Duncan. Mrs. It A. Italston mid son, Herbert, of Taint I.tck, have been guests of Mrs G. F. Drown. linn. It. II. Tomliiifon has returned from a business trip of three wetks to Rraddock. N. K. Mrs. Charles Denman of Nicholas ville is here fcr a visit to her sister Mrs. llenly V. Dastin. Mr. und Mrs. Win Fox I5uun und children of Wilknsharru I'enn. nre with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mason. Mm. W. II. Ma.on ha re'urned from Wilkesbarre uli. ro she was called bv the illneis of her son Hilly Mason Mr. and Mis. W. II. Ilurton and Kavatiaucji motored to Miss Lexington las' Saturday fur the dav. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad. of Lancaster, have In en the guest of their daughter. Mrs George A Wood. I meet competition. Ste our line I trade very much appreciated. Sander's Variety Store. I Ladies Ready-To-We- ar Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Hats. ami get our prices. Your is Wc LANCASTKK, KY. i ' Help The. Operator Prof, and Mm Cheek, of Danville, maimed to Lancaster Stir clay fur n short visit to Mr. John Duncan and family. Mrs. K. C llaruard, of Washington City and Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta have returned homo after a visit to Miss Jcnniii Duncan. Mr. and Mrs Tom Hay, Miss Mac Serve You Better. Drown, und Mrs. A. It. Telephone subscribers are urged to call by num- in Duytnn Ohio, Sunday, Drown were to see Mr. ber und not by name. In a community of this size the Napoleon Drawn, i! InIs very sick. operators cannot possibly remember the names of all Mrs. L. Manuel und son'. J I), nnd Alvin. and subscribers; when you call by name you delay your urday for u Mr. George Todd leave Sat visit to their brother, Mr. service and hamper (sufficiency. John A. Todd of Columbus Indiana. All telephones are known. to the operators by Misses Etta, Mumie and Francis ere numbers which are on the switchboard directly In Smith, who are attendingfor the aweek-- I lege, are expected home front of them. The directory Is your Index to the end with their parents, Mr. und Mrs. switchboard and should be consulted before making a ' Smith at Hyattsvillc. 11 Col-1 call. Call by number and help the operator serve you better. Mrs. John .M. Karra has returned from Covington after a two months .visit to her sister, Mrs. George I McKoberls. Her friends arn glad to. see Her so much improved. I Eastin Telephone IWvfvfWfflSW q Co. Mr. W. li. Mason Jr. who has been in Wilkesbarre. I'enn suffering from an attack of scarletina has returned to . I.uncaster. He will remain in Lancaster , Uie remainder of his furlough. Mrs. (telle Rurnslde. of Monticello, iiml .Mrs. ijmniit Elkln, of Virginia, at u delightful six i were entertained Fiiday, in the home I o, clock dinner, last I of Mr. und Mrs 11. V. Daslin. j W1w9 W Dont Forget School Books Must be Sold ONLY FOR CASH. Mrs. E. Ii. Owslev who has been WoRobertsDrugStore visiting relatives and friends in Lex ingtuu for the past ten days, motored over from'that city last Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Durham und Mrs. Compton and son. News has been received here from Hutchison of the recent death of Mrs. J. J, Dickey. Deceusol was the wife of Rev. Dickey, who was pastor of the Methodist church here for years and has many frier da who regret to learn of his bereavement. All kinds of plain und funey sewing, Satisfaction at reasonable prices. Mrs. l Morgan, guaranteed. Richmond St. next door below I'owell's I'. Lawrence, of Akron, O.' FARM FOR RENT 171 acres, on" H the guest of his sister, Mm. Diehard mile of Feint Lick. Apply to Dratton. near Hubble. t) 27 lit Elizabeth Rest. Paint Lick Ky. Mr. Ualley llricow, one of the star FOR RENT; The Squire ISovle entertainers, for th- - "Dakota Jack" Posession Nov. 15th. remedies Is in the city this week. II. C. Hamilton, j Dr. J. J. Turslev, nnd wife of LouisIf you have Hemp Seed to sell, write ville, Hirivcil this week for n short visit oi- telephone to the latter parents, Mr. and Mrs. THE C. S. BURNT SEED CO, Alliee Sanders. Lexington, Kv. tf. Mrs. Saulley Hughes, Mis Klsie , Good, 15 horse power. Morrow, Mrs. It. E. Henry, Mrs. Joe Morse gasoline engine, for E. Ilrynnt and Mrs. J. ('. Robinson Fairbanks sale, cheap. vere In Danville shopping Wednesday. 911-tf- . Hudson. Ruches & Furuuu. Little Miss Kuthcrme. the bright For Sale Counter Scales, good as little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. new; show case; two oil tanks, holding Morgan, had the misfortune to fall at SO and 111) gallons each. See II. D.Lee school and dislocate the leaders in her at Lancaster Mills or A. D. Lee, knee. She is confined to her lied but pd Lancaster. Ky. her friends ure hoping to see her out For Sale -- Thirteen heed of cuttle, soon. nine yearling-1- . 4 three Margaret Cook who is now at- cows ur.tLcalves. Also 17 shoals. Miss tending K. C. W. college at Danville W. M. Cii'oy. will spend the week-enwith her par- Route !l. Paint Lick, Ky. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cook. She will be accompanied home, during her RENT. FOR short stay by Miss Carotin Grimes, of Nice live room cottage with bath and Ilarrodsburg. electric lights, barn hud large warden, , Mr. nod Mm. Logan Carpenter and on Hill St. Po3scsmoii Jan. 1, VMS. two children and Mr. John M. See W. S. Emory, or write mu ut '.Vil motored through from their home E. High St.. Lexington. It. T. Embrv. a:'o-tf- . in lied Rock Okla, arriving hen Saturday night, und will bo guests of .Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter and other AUTO FOR SALE relatives here for several days. Iluving enlisted in the service of Mr. urn! Mrs. F. S. Hughes and son, "Uncle Sam" I offer my Moline RoadSautlcy, Jr. returned from Lexington ster fur sale. Call on Dr. H.J. Pntiick last Saturday where the lutter had his Paint Lick, Kv. W. U Carman. tonfili removed. He climbed upon (ho like the little man he is, operating table FOR SALE. the physician stating Hftcnvmtls. that he was the best patient he had ever My property on Totten avenue, conoperated upon. taining acres of land with nice four i room cottage, practically new, ull uec- -' Dr. W. A. .Vhcelerund George Smith I. 0. 0. essary outbuilding, m splendid repair. Jr iiierepiesentlngtlieloc.il Will lent for ten per cent of its value. l lodge at the Grand Iidge which Possession Januaiy 1st Mr. metis this week ut Midtllesboro. J lit pd. Sum IL Jennings. Smith will remain through-ou- l the week and endeavor to "hairlip" u few NOTICE DISSOLUTION. of the ("nmy tribe that thrive ho abundantly in the large lake near that Notice is hereby given of the dissolucity. tion of the firm of llutson und West. Mr. liaison retirei while Mr. W. T. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Yeakev of Hubble cntertaimd hist Saturday evening in West lakes over and continues the assuming ill debts of the llim. honor of the Misses Robinson of Lan- business, This AugUJt 30th 1017. caster, und Miss Illunks of Marksbury. It. 11. liaison. W. T. West. About tlfty young peoule were present ami quite u joyous evening was spent, NOTICE. and will ever cherished In the hearts of all present us pleasant memories of I The best time to plant fruit and tAind.' tlio past. trees, blooming shrubs, rhuburd, grape vines, reses, peonies, perMr. Gowen Itourne, formerly of this ennials, etc, is in the FALL Get our! city and n recent graduate of the Danlarge illustrated cutaiog of everything ville Hushes college has iccently acOrchard, Lawn und Garden. Finest cepted a position us secretary to Judge for stock grown unywhcie. Clay, commissioner of the Court of ApII. F. IIIllENMEYER & SONS, peals, ut Frankfort, at u salary of $100 Lexington, Kentucky. per mouth. Gowen is u splendid young man and his friends here are glad to hear of his rapid promotion. prop-,ert' second-hand1 10-J DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this lip, enclose It with 5c and mall to Foley & Co., 23 13 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and addrcis clearly. You will receive in return a Irisl package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bronchial and fa grippe cought, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, foe lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles; and Foley dlharticTob-lets- , a wholesome and thoroughly cleani-in- g cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowel;. You will also receive, free of charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints": Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseases" nnd a few simple suggestions for those having kidney and bladder troubles. You can secure all these for only Sc " For rule by nil dealers. arrivingdaily, so for nifty HATS II see NEW ; i MrsFrancis Also let us fit you in a new SPIRELLA CORSET. None Uettcr World Over. Sold the inomg HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- ciianglmnFad. PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds or Tin Work. Your hiisitiesa iippreciutcd. will tor. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Deters and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Joo Kuchlc and children, of Covington, motored to Lancaster, Sunday, in Mr. Deters "Hud-eon- " touring cur, and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. They weru accompanied back to Covington, Tuesday morning by Miss Carrie Miller, who will be the guest of her brother, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Miller for several days. Notice is hereby given that a petitiun has been tiled In the Garrard County K'ouitbylt K. Swope nnd others fur an alteration und change in the County road running from the Lancaster uud Nicholaavillo turnpike road to tlio Fish-ei- s Ford turnpike road through tlio lands uf It. K. Swope, Elizabeth Durke und others. This h'th day of October 11)17. W A. DOTY. I County Uosd Engineer. ' i I P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record. Thursday, Oct Sttteaett Of Tlw II, 1917. FAINT LICK Ownmlip, Mimic-mttI l, FERTILE SOIL FOH ALFALFA frralititn, Etc., Rtiirtd y The Act Of Conirtss of Aatiu Unlets Manuring or Fertilising la Practiced on Thin Land Very Low Yields Will Result. 4 24. 1912. A I fulfil requires a rich Kill, Unless Central Record, published immuring or fertilizing Is pnirtlced, at weekly at Lancaster, Kentucxv for tempts tn grow It on thin land will re sult In failure or In very low yields, October 1st 1917 State of Ky, County of Garrard. isolated ntrnltii plants hit often see (Mere me, Not i.v I'uhlic in nnil for griming on thin land, even In sod, nnd the Inference N drawn that It Is nilnii the State and county aforesaid, person-allappeared R I. Klkln, who having ed to null soil, when one nttempts to seisl It thickly mi this same land, olMi dull' sworn acenrdirg to law. !' ever, little return Is secured. .oc slid sv that - is the I'ublishcr Inn V:irliiil experiments pertaining of the Cctilia! Itecml. nl fulfil fertllltiitinti have been luado It. 1. Hint the imn rv Mid nddi esses of iho I'nlvcrslty of .Missouri college the publisher, editor, managing editor, .igiliulture. The results show Unit and buinc manm-e- i are; lime, hnriiynril mid phos. iniinure Publisher, Central licenrd, LnncaMer plintes are the trciiluii'iit.s which iisu nlly lirlnir relitrns. Ltiiie Is not culled Kentucky, Alitor, J, i: ltohinson, Lancaster Ky a fertilizer In Hie true sense C Hi wiird. It Is a will .sweetener nnd ul Managing Editor. It. I.. Elkin. iiilfu rails nn Hills wlilcli lire very sour, Ky. Itusiness Manager, It. I.. Elkin, Lan- l!iirn.Mird lunuure and phosphates are true fertilizing materials, however, and caster Ky. It I" tn these Hint one must look fur That the owneis lire; (Give names making thin hinds Milliiblo fur alfalfa and addresses of individual owners, or and tin- - erop Is MiDlclcntly valuable tn if n corporation, give its name and tho warrant heavy applications of 'hese. As named and addresses of stockholders Hint- or four acres Is ns large mi area owning or holding 1 per cent or more u.s ine should lieglii with nn land not well suited to the crop, barnyard ma of the total amount of stock.) nitre In iiuuntltiei up tn ten or twelve J E Itobinson, Lancaster Ky. Frances C. I'obiiwn, Lancaster Ky. tuns per acre ran usually be supplied If three or four hiiiidnil pounds i It. I.. Kllun, Lancaster Ky. Is applied with Ibis, Central Uccord, Incorporated, Lan- neiil ucces i (unliable, proldisl, caster. Ky. eniirse. thut all the other essentials .'!. That the known bondholders, suece-sfnlfalfa culture ure met. On pinitgapcs, and other sccuntv holders html to which n fulfil Is nut naturally owning or nomine ' per cent or mot nilnpteil. much rule iuut be exenlsei of total amount of bonds. mortgages, In meeting nil the requirements of the r other securities are; None. plant, such ns dniliuiKe. n sweet soil . That the average number of thiirongh soil preparntlmi, liuxiil.iiloii mid the ue of gisel seed. While nil copies of each issue Is this publication sold or distributed, through the mcil.s of thi'M' me linportiiut. the fertility o or other wise, to paid aubscribers i'ur-in- tlic soil is the prime essentlul to lar; the six months preceding thr date jieius nnii even to n successful nut' permanent stand. If the soil Is not fer shown above Is (Tlds Information is tile It, must be made required from dailv publications only), turn will not be had.fertile or large re n. I Elkin, Sworn to and subscribed before ine 2fth day of Sept 1917. V. F. Champ. PROPER MATERIAL FOR SILO Uar.v Public, Lancaster, Ky, My Tests Made by Pennsylvania Station to ( emission Expires Jan. 18, 1920. Determine Value of Wood Stave and Concrete Block. or The y 4 4 4 4 4 P Interest paid on Term Savings Secure a profitable R return for your money with ab solute safety. Drujnis n enrri nnd wc will 4 E Deposits. 4 4 4 4 mall oti ti lictiklci wiih full purtirtilnr. Union Bank & South East Corner Trust 60. SIhtIk. KENTUCKY. Miiin mnl Upper 4 4 4 4 Mrs. r.ild Williams was hostess at a dining on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd were visitors in Winchester recently. Dr. and Mrs, K. II. Smith were visitors in Danville, iiiiirnlsy. Mrs. K. I,. Woods was hostess to the rook club on Thursday afternoon. Mr. James Ituckirof was the gueit of his mother o.i Sunday. Mr K. K White Is viWtlnghcrKrand. daughter, Mrs. (iowen In Springflrld. Mis ies Mnrv t.esr has returned from a visit tn Mrs. Chnrlen Knight in l.ouis-Vill- e. LEXINGTON, r, - plm-plia- te ul I nu LIVE STOCK SUE The monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held Pridav at the home of Mrs Walker (!uyn. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cowen and son of Springfield have been the guests of Mrs. I), W. While. , Mr. and Mrs. M. Treadway were guests of relatives in llond for several days the past week. (. Mr. a'ld Mrs. Ilsriy Hood of Ash land are visiting her psnnts, Mr. r.d Mrs. .tames l.ayton. Mils Klltab-t- h Kldridge of the fsc ulty of the Itlchiroid High Schwd wis at heme for the Mines Mae Smith nisi Viola Cawood of Ucrea were the guest; of Miss Mario Irfdford hundsy and Monday. week-end. OF Mrs. Vina McWhorter and son. Karl. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Hnbinsnn nn While I.lck, Sunday. Mrs. Kate Peyton, Mrs. Trm Adams, and son. Dclmsr. of Lexington. Iihyo Ueii guests of Mrs J Wade Walker Mr aixl Mrs .Mid Koss, Mr. siul Mrs Itoy lUtridge ai.d Mi- -, Kmma Klridge were visitnrs in (.'ir.cinnati the past week. Itecleaned seed wheat, rje and barley; new I'reti timothy see, orchard grae., Ky Iltue (irass srrd for sale. Iltnlson, Ilughts A Kamau. g rnp, Tobacco, Corn, lilPLE OCTOBER AT 'S .Mers it 4,1 K I SALE OFLAND. ft Alt HARD CIItCUIT COUUT. Plaintiffs, J. I). Pope, et at. VS. Kuby Turner, et al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgmtnt rendered at ed Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky, at II o'clock A, M.. on MONDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1917. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and des cribed us follows; tract 1, Ileum tlie same nroiiertv that was conveyed to James Turner by iv'nnma toruer aim iiusuana, uy deed dated Dec. It;, 1909. and recorded i.i the Garrard County Clerk's Office, Deed Book 25, page , and the same is decrlbd as follows; A cer tain lot or ground and brick business and dwelling house thereon, in Lancaster, Garrard County, Ky, on the Southeast corner of Campbell and Iluford St, and bounded on the North by Ruford street, on the East by an alley, on the South by the property of the Hopper heir, and on the West by Campbell street and being lot No. 30. on the plat of the City of Lancaster, and containing about one half acre. Tract 2. Heing the same that was conveyed to James M. Turner byUeorge Uakcr and wife, by deed duly lecorded in the Garraid County Cletk's office in Deed Hook No. 25, page 051, and dated Jan. 17, 1910, and is in the town of Larcaster Ky. in the Baker Addition of s nd City on lotten Avenue, beginning al n point on the Northwest corner of ii. barn fronting rn Totten Averuc; M tlwnee S -. 03 W 185 feet; then S 4 55 E G7.- feet 1 Stermcs line, srd thence with Stoimts line tin casternly ilir ction 1S"i feet to n point tli n Mel with the first Ijr.e N 4 65 W Oil fei to the beginning, containing 2.B9 seres. There is included in this a ore half interest in the cistern on what is known an tit V'iMiitn llivnbvr sUlA now c.v ed I.v Link .Knf. an! uiere is exe'uded fiom this boundary a small lot sold to Sam Venkey containing nbjut three quarter of nn acre The purpose of thin suV herein is tn divide the piocerds arising from Ungate of the poperly amnpg the joint twners as their Interest may appar. TERMS. The sale will bo made on u credit of MX and twelve months, in separate tracts, and the puichaser or purchasers wi'l be required to execute bonds with approved fecuritv for the purchaso price, said bonds bearing Interest at six per rent from date until paid, huv-in- g the force and effect of ft judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Master Com-nil- s loner of tho Garrard Circuit Court, nnd i lien wilt be reserved upon the property sold herein until all the r:mii(no money is psid. W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. J. K. Robinson. Att'y for PIfT. Capt. A. M. Uourne, Auct. the August lorm, iyi7, the undersign' construction material. Te.-t- s made by the Pennsylvania station to determine Hie rela live value of mid concrete- block do not prove one type su perlor In the other. Wond-stuv- Almost all kinds of building mate' ruils are used fur Mln construction. It frequently happens that one particular tjii' "i material becomes practically universal In n particular locality, lead Ing tn the belief that no other material will successfully preserve silage. inod Mave silos were mining the first tn be built above ground, l'or ii number of jears they have been sold In all parts of the country. In some localities farmers will tint risk other y i u Mr. WihuIs' new Hup-i'ur .Idle. Mrs Nannie McIIroone of Itlchmonil arl Mrs. N. IteVri of Silver Creek were guests of Mrs. J. I). Hurchell. Wednesday. tiidge drove thtmigti ficm liuitwlle Weo.1. m.d It W K 13, 1917 $7perct. .MAKKS1JUKY rattle last week for Itobt t'vx sold 13 9:30 OGLOCK SHARP. PREVENT INJURY BY INSECTS Striped Cucumber Beetle and Squash uug Are Often Confounded Treat ment Is Different. The striped cucumber beetle Is lilting Insect and the squash bug sucking Insect. They attuck cucumbers and squashes and are often confounded, both being called "squash bugs." This Is unfortunate, because they call By V. U WASHBURN.) This sale will consist of 33 acres of hemp in the shock; about 2i acres of tobacco in the barn; about 10 acres corn, in field. All kinds of live stock, consisting of horses, mules, cattle, sheep Miss Kugrnia rollaid hen been on the sick list. Church meeting at Iho Kork church Saturdaj morning at 11 a. m. Don't fail to attend It. K. Ilenrs's sale Sslurd.y. See his ady. Mr. and Mrr. J. II Kemner left Toe.. day for CJuiiman Ga, for their future home. Miss Sum ii Anderson of Lancaster was the week-en- d guest of Miss Alice and hogs. Farming implements of all kinds, practically new. TERMS All sums, $10. and under cash, over that amount a bankable note due Jan. 1st. after 1918, without interest. Sutton. Car of Old Dominion, the best I'orl- land cement, just received. Hudon. Ilugbts & Ksrtiiiu. not hon-ever All the tobacco has been housed, escaping a few light frosts, which did it no damage. Mrs. Nora I'rrwitt has returned home a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark of Jessamine countv. Mrs. Ophelia Price and Miss Minnie ihnson of Lancaster were visitors of Mrs. I. It Kemper Sunday afternoon. Cover Protects Plants. for radically illtVerent treatment. We would suggest planting all excess of seed; for tho first mimed Insect, dusting plants with one pound of purls green mixed with 511 jhiuiiiIs of lime or cheap Hour. The beetle ran be In n certain extent driven nway by lime alone, dusting It liberally on and itbout the plants In each hill. In the true squash bug we would return-menAM. of bugs In the early morning, ulso of the largo yellow eggs. Destroy nil vlues lifter OptimUtlc Thought. harvesting crop. A prluce of talent will recognize the To prevent Injury various coverings inuy be used over the plants. A cheap talent of others. frame may be made and covered with Dally Thoujht. gauze or similar material nnd held In Ills ernvercatlon dees not n'.iow the place with earth packed about the edge to keep the pliintu covered. This cover minute hand; but he strikes Hie hour ry coirectly. Sarnie! Jr.hnson. or frame may be used jear ufter year. JO;. 1F Henry I Two miles from Lancaster on Richmond Pike. CAPT. BOURNF, Auct. Mrs, Kauny I'ollsrd romehow or other succeeds in growing peuclics when everybody else falls She has grown on her place a late summer ciop, omo of the peaches measuring. U Indus in circumference and weighing J (aiund. Mr. Green Howling who ranks umonir the number of many of our splendid farmers, succeeded in erowimr ni .i,lv crop of tobacco which was housed sev. eral weeks before undone else had thought about cutting their ciops. Ill hump was also earliest. Mr. Cunningham who recently moved to the J. II. Kemper farm, was cutting stove wood Saturday afternoon, when the nx flew olf the handle, hit tha clothes line, rebounded back, striking him on the head. The blow felled Mr. Cunningham, leaving htm unconscious. Tvo colored people who had been the furniture, and were the only ones present, removed him to tho Kirch. A short time later his wife cam i and immediately telephoned fot u physician, but it was some time before he regained consciousness, d hnnd-plckln- hund-plcklu- Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For :tt!)-- F -- or All Occasions. Pronint Attention GENERAL, Wutch crops constantly so us to discover nnd combat Itwect pests, Think en .oaant Thlnss. Phones Tin' vmy tn snt.it.' in., Itasaut things ),m iln not wn:.t In re.ueitiber la tn leiiru iiia:. new things that you do aud louitiinlly think on these I 83. All Ordeis RcceWf thlngx. Marvelous Cure. "And yon say that Ilrownley was Drainage U beiielkial to laud Infest- cured of n bud attack of Insnuuda by ed with certain ktnd.s of wlreworms. suggestion!" "Yes purely by htigges- Hon. Ills wife suggested that since ho Spraying lias not proved successful could not sleep he might lis well Kit up chinch bugs, except on a small iinj niuuse the baby. It worked llku ncnliiM u Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. scale. charm!" III HIGHEST FJUCES PAID Hpray In September with uracuatu of lead or r.lnc to control tho sweet pota- W. 0. MONEY ' to How lug kills wireworun by destroying thelr.food supply and Interfering with Hi clr preparations for winter. Hedges, rushes, chufu, and large swamp grakses are the natural food of h CmuhhIm to Write far Fric Us Pay ESikl&SAs tOUUVUXCKY. blllbugs; therefore destroy all such plants on land to be planted to corn nextjear. u j. Share Your Hleaiures. It has been said that happlnrsa which bus not been shared has no taste. If the pleasant tilings which ci.ine In ymi, snmehvvv fceeiu to have nn uintc, it nicy seem ruiuer unvor-lesperl'iips this Is the explanation. Put gladness Into iinotlier's life, divide up Hie pleasures you havu been selflnh-I.vnj-'.Inu. kii that It will help two or three, nnd your happiness will have plenty of flavor. v Funeral OlUce Director and 18. Embalmer. Kentucky. Phone Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Again a regular landslide of farm sales has been enacted in our community, bringing falulous prices When some of these farms sold u few yrurs ago from fC5 to $100 tier ocre, men remarked "those buyers are stuck now they are in a hole". Tlie same men have proven themselves (also prophets and are now afraid to say Just what the future price of land will bring. It would take & great calamity to re move some of the old residents money is no Inducement. Outside of the few who haw taken root hero our commun ity will be made up of new people next year. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct I I. 1917. SPANISH SALOR HERE AGAIN f UP TO YOU We Make Homes Ready to Move 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. ! 9 Lifted Brim May B Edged With Beads or There Avj Be a Flat Frlnije of Ostrich. Wc see once more the KpnnMi enllor, which provides mi excellent rnnvns for lientitlfut ornamental Men, sity.i an exchniiey. The lifted hrlm may ho edged with hend, or there may he Inld nloni? the under aiirfnep n tint frliisi- - of ostrich. The Ilreton fhnpc, whllo not new. Is Kod enough to continue n I.nnvln features thu Ilreton, nnd one of licr host model Is executed on thce lines the miiterlnl he-ln- i, hntter'x plush In help- - color. The hrlm currle"! 11 Kinall IliitlnK of helcp. colored faille, nnd high nt the front Is placed n wheel composed of nll'Truil-l- n atrlpes of faille nnd plin-h- . All fahrlc lints nppeor to he more pupil-In- r than felts. Velours sailor lire ex ecllent style, nnd their one hnd qnnl-ltwhich Is Hint of keeping the head too warm. Is overcome now hy the uo of ventilating holes, such ns are ued In men's hats. In the matter of color, wc find Hint fenl nnd pencock hlue lire ntnonc the hest ohndes, with uiunlllon crny n worthy foltower. This new crny tone shades Into hlue, nnd Is n luscious warm color for winter, helns pnrtlctt-Inrl- y effective when worn with furs, particularly gray cony nnd raccoon, hoth of which. It Is predicted, will havo wide popularity. There nre plenty of new ornaments romlns from the other side, inuring them long Jet huglcs. gelntlned motifs, llorette trims composed of sutln nnd velvet, chenille emhroldery, Chinese ornaments. Judo burkles nnd all manner of hurnt ostrich fHns nnd wheels. .Much more trimming Is helng employed than has been used for come time., with the result that lints are regular top pieces, InMeuil of ugly little things which nre supiiosed to pos. ons WHITE SWAN We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills and are running every day. We have an expert miller with us and are turning out as good Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish lo buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. We have the best oi Workmen helping us.. Our price is reasonable and wc give quick and honest service. Do your part and we will do ours. Hervey 8c Woods Lick, Kentucky. Paint If Walker, Lee & Hicks. You Need a LOWKLL Don't fall to attend It. K. sale Saturday. Sec hit act. Henry's Miss Kthrl Muc Davis was the week end Ruot of Mrs. Tom Marsec. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Iloyle were in Iticlini'JiiJ, Saturday, for t he day. ' the charm of simplicity. Ilttlllllllllll Il Mill Wheat Drill BELT COMPLETES THE FROCK Ita Width Varies From One to Twelve Inches, According to the Individual Preference. There Is something so trig nnd sntl factory nliout the belt of patent leather Hint u majority of women will be glnd to know Its vogue will onitlnuc Into the uuturuii. This Is another nny of suylng Hint the dres of wrist or of satin will find Its comple. tlon In the belt of shiny leather. The width of the belt will continue to be n matter of Individual regulation. There nre some which nre net les than twelve Inches nnd others which do not measure more than one Inch. Very wide belts nre made f soft leather In colors, nnd they nmy bo crushed Into nny required width when adjusted to the wnKt. Several of the new belts have metnl buckles nnd others nre adorned with novelty buttons. Then there arc a few which. In nddltlon to the buckle, show rings mi either side drawn together with cord Inces. one-piec- e visitor of KUest of Mist Marie Oitg was the week end .Mr and Mrt. John Wliepler, standard track directly serving 8000 Miles To the Public IFcontemplate traveling YOU or your friends Mrs. I.lza Hill of Lancaster Is the her cousin, Mrs. Margaret Kuhlman. Alabama Florida Georgia information regarding to any point and desire Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Fields und lialn ure visiting relatives in rind Indiana UhilesburK. Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Hurtc, lily nnd niece, left last Friday for their home in Pittthurc; Perm. Mrs. Win. Hurtc and Miss Ida were the guests last Sunday of Mrs. It. V. Parsons of Flulwoods. Mrs. J. N. Hicks and little daughter Thelmu. spent the past week in I.ex inRton and Wilinore. Mrs. Samllin and children of Win- cheater came Friday for n visit to her sister, Mrs. Will Finloy. Illinois ' Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorthCarolina fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call on or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the Southern Railway-Systecon- Ohio SouthCarolina Tennessee venient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. CtKlNG, Division Pattenger Agent USE. Ml Street, Lexington, Kentucky hi Trains are operated on we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. Virginia and tht Becker & Ballard. Phone 27 Bryantsville, Ky. Little Mm (lenevn ISoain who has had u severe attack of tnnsilitls is Very much letter at this writing, Mrs. Hid Hulett relumed to her homo in Brichts Ilend last Thursday after u week's visit tu her parents. Mesdames Steve I.avton. .1 II. Davis. I Lena Ilrowu and Miss Kmmu Kiunard iweic KUets Sunday of Mrs Jim Lee. FOR REAL COLD WEATHER District of Columbia TimiiiniiiiiJ I II Mil ii iM IIIIIIF' III lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll B9aaa ONE OF aaaaaaBBHaBBBBBBBBBBaW WHEELER' . ISti via Louisville & Nashville Railroad limit KounJ Tup Touriil Faici from Lanciitrr aBBBBBBaaBaBlBBBBHLial REAL KITCHEN CABINET BARGAINS Just take a look at this CABINET at only $11.98 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 This street coat designed for winter use will be a warm garment Indeed when the mercury In the thermometer starts trying to crawl out of the bottom of the tube. It Is made of black furwove Swiss veloura coating, with a large collar and loose panels on the sides. The trimming of the panels, cuffs, collar and belt are of furwove moleskin bands. iTfTsTTa. NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts In the East and AWA Vnrlnblc route furcs mailable through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Nlagura Fulls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron dack, Lake (.hampluin, and other cities and resorts of the nst ana North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. -- Tor pui titular., rate, folders, etc., apply G. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent the difference on your FURNITURE, WHEELER'S. RUGS & STOVES just as well if you will only try trading at YOU WILL LIKE IT - suae Co. and Rug Store. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Danville's Largest Furniture Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. Gray and Black. (imy In coming In for much attention lu the uew fashions. It In u color that must bo wovu with cure but, then, that Is truu of nny color If ouo would wear It to mlvmituge. It Is generally becoming to tho young girl or to tho woman with dear coloring, but eveu on other types It may bo worn successfully It a good deal of whltu Is used at tho throat and It color Is Introduced only In the way of some brilliant Jewel or other ornu-racn- t. The day when wo piped gray frocks with blue or pink has gone by, rurts this year advocates tho use ot gray und black In combination and some very striking examples ot this color arrangement have already, THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Co pi Iti I $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. It DENNY, .'resident J. E. STOKMES, J. It. Harris, Vice Prea't. S. DENNY. Cashier. J. I,. (J ILL. Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For Bint. SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. U. Elliott, Directors. reached this country. The Central Record. Thursday, Oct II 9I7. I Do You Want to be a Successful j j BUSINESS MAN? If So, you must first seek the proper method, a method which will grow and develop to something greater, year after year. We have the proper method for you to become a great business man in the Automobile business in this county. in the world for you to talk and sell your friends one of the greatest selling propositions you ever heard of. We have the "Best Motor Value" Meet me at the Kengarlan Hotel, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th and have this agency proposition explained. It will be of interest to you. MAXWELL MOTOR SALES CORPORATION. l0 Per G. L. Alford. DISTRIBUTOR. i ! FARMER'S COLUMN I L pc (Te , i ?... wwswtrW LOANS AND FAXES OR TAX-- . l Will. lb ( mi it liflow tin i.CKCtn l fut the nclu mo of oar lrnur snttcril)r. Mi.l l for inle ol f :ock. cftin nnJ urli Hum; on the (firmer J ES ALONE WHICH? VEGETABLES FOR WINTER CONSUMPTION nITonl to ntUrr-.- i vcr (out mrivMetl ?u ntt'sd o t4ii il the and xlU teou!yiii i! e rutmt '.) il. FOU SALE: Seed littrlev nnd Ujv, Mrs. J II. I'ruitl. Mark'bury, and FOU SALE; One hundred lusheles of good reed rye. fifty Walton Moss FfUt SALK: Good us new. 10-- Ten brakes. Harry Francis, Paint l.ick, Ky. hemp I liavc . J. purchased Walker's State Champion Red Berkshire Hoar. U. M. I!urge9s. Will stand him at $1. Paint l.ick. Ky. t. The government will require $2,000,-- j to meet the inevitable expend of" the first year of war. Thin money inu-- t be raised cipher by lo.ms ortnxe. j - iieoplti to At.'l It is up to tinnn) which I way it !li.tlj lie dme If it is juiil i.i taxes' then will In- - .) rrtuin whatever to the eila If it fs provided by loimj it will be repaid aft, r J a period of ears '.ind me.Miiiine. lhe government will bo pajmg I per rent. interest ihiiiuhIIv niton the nmoutits ! advanced. The choice of the people would seem to be easy and abi iou One way or the otln'rilie(,overument must obtain it. It will either take it away from you and never give it baci:. or else it will gratefully' accept voiir loans and eventually repay you. mean time allowing you the popular interest I 41 I , B J. bce,tc. m.j Vigtlafe Slona 8'm let in tfci tec i rate for its ' The government is disposed to be FOU SALE: Green beans ar.d ripe eminently considerate in enforcing its tomatoes by the bushel. Walton Moss. needs. Economic reasons, conditions; and expediency of course prompt this, j For Sale Sow and six pigs. It desires tn divide the burden, to take ' A. I). Doty, I'aint Lick. part of the funds by taxation and part by the loan plan. Marvilus or Peck to acre wheat. Call Hut if the latter break down then' on Frank Marksburv, linily and Moss, taxes to taisu all of it will become or A. F. Sanders. ' certain as death itself. J. F. Adams sold forty henl of 1.00 Aim it taxation is adopted as the lart , pound cattle to Ike Shelby, of Lincoln, resiiri. ine iiuruen win no lar mole for 10A cents a pound. keenly fell. Don't delude ourself For Sale Registered Ued Uerkshire that you will escape your shale of it You will not. You will feel its pit ch boar; srnior yearling. in a iiuniiieu oiiiereni wnss Anil itij W. II. Hoover. audition tn these Indirect Ievie upon 10-- 1 Nicholasviile, Ky. ue. t. O'r.'pari.l Hoon H Is oftea ir Mornte of bowctir. t,i mrtltou off n r .jBh Mc AliPisn Is vi.ning relative loom tltli. r hi miniT r nt one i term. lid of tin- - eellar liri the lemiwrii-tlir- e Airs I!rnine I'mtoo it limy lx' noiinllcl lit- unii n of tr low with appedlcitis i' uliidono. At nin Iolit-ldIs nceixiary. and two or inori' nre Willie IItomIu. of Loustflle l with for nilnilttlus Itclit and for nrnr here. j eiilllntlnii. If the cellar U Mpmre John Dally nold five head tf cattle (o or rit'tnnciilnr. it riKim lm(lur to the Joe I'tpj piice 7 cents. one lltii'tnileil In iljnri- - I ciiu lie iir-- i Mr Willingion of Ivmisvillr is here rnmreil. If, ax l oflrn tin- - m'. Ii.iw- bultdlrrrn silo for Sar.ders Itrc. er, the rt'llar I lutlU In the h.il Jim Mathews o!d n niiv for centn. of nil ell. tin- - room sliouM lie made by piirlltloiiluic oil the orfwet, as uliown and heifer for f, cents to Hrrrv Riirner. I's1"-'- ' ' A. T. nnd J. I. Sander. louabt a l"'"- """ 'I .ll.lo toeut off .me end of the ..liar .ow mb.1 S pig, fiom Lynn C..M, pfc Willi one MrolKht wall Construction of the Storane noom. Mr K",c """l"' 'f Har.od.htirg The Flsu of the .loras.. r.H,, Mary Sunders lie .lelenoliiHl by III.- - nkv nvnllntl '"f w"'k "'"' I.K" .it ble rmij j "" ' , l.ld ? ' your earning-i- the government s . Illc- - Woods Walker bought four mules ient taxation innclilnerv will lh.il new colts in Stanford last Moedny averaging methods for making direct demand upon both your income and your hold- about ?&0. a head. ings. Mr. Wils Uogor.s has sold his farm It will not be nuiriotisni iilnne foe. containing about 125 ncrts near Paint you to buy a buy n Liberty bond. It .... Lick to Mr. W. I). Uogera. for $9.", nn ir ..r nu no ,l imuiiiif.i oi aen defensive uiv acie. business wisdem. T 0. Rankin bought of W. (I. Gooch FOU SAI.K; three nice mules for the southern trade good seed rye. for $175 W. It, If ut ton Ins bought u number of mules recently, some for array nnd others for the southern mar- -' Hi- - bought a pair of W. L. Sloan ,fur mhi of G. A. Swinebroad for $380; sau.e of Georga Ruble for $303. He also purchased in Stanford last Mf "luy. seven hei'd of m ilea averagand four army ing from $150 to about 125 each. horses pur-poi-- have 150 bu'liels of Price $I.Kf a bu. Alex Lnyton, Uoute 3, Pboi.e :il-S- . I "" j Icleucy that iviit ' for .au't bo r.'iielied In n dii)V effort". It nuy tiike :i bun-- ' died, mid even Hun don't be illscour-uged if It mhmim that you will uecd to try another hundred. . 1 T!io i M,iiu H' rCiMverc, ' !s'b't. ) A Recovery. AIMY "Is jour brother, who was to iluif, tiny better'" Itrldget "Sure, he'll be all tight In the morning." Itf ! "You don't say rni" Ilrblset-"Ye- s. lie was mrested e.sterday ntiO pets Ms Leurlu' In the niiirnln'." Drown ' I liy tilt 1'nlKxl Slates lrurl-mrn- t tf Aurlcullure 1 Nnttiriil tor:ig.' I" the lmplot and le.lt expenilu- - mrlliod of keeping for full anil winter lonniiiin- lion. Wh.Tewr priiiilcnble, this melb e ml hoilld In; iiiiiilt of, ep.'elitlly IhW M'avin when I lie coiiervntloii of I. mil nnd I In- l.it piug down of fond x p)Vldl:lll. lliliorliillt. (lull-e- t of Iioiiii- - gardens lire. In general, best "Hunted for elorlllg vegetnbles lini they piobobly have urp!i-- s of M'i'labli". In Ihe fall. It nfieii Is poo. ll.b'. bowecr, for other b(iueliobler . liemilv ..imiili In to l,uv the full to Justify tin- - preparation and stoi klng of ht.mi.. places. Stiinici Is oiu'i-lall- v ueif.ful with "''r. and bull, crops sn.Ii us I'iirniN. ' .iiiliilno.' mitotic oli f'ttli. Uigo. "eler. piiiupklns wlntei- V . .iiiaiiin oeiius nun Mii;i'-um, ti I i.i n iiuuiber of other M'getnbl. iiN.. nuiy be Mored. 'rffi' suce.nil htorng.' of egeti.blei Is not at nil iltllleult ; In fnet. g.--- toiiigo fneilllK's ulr.iidy exUt li, iiiimC liiiie-- . ll being only ne ess,iry In make ue of tin- - (ell ir, the utile, u large or oilier purls of Hi.- - dwelling. dipendlng upon lb- - ekariieter of the produi t to be stored, Storage Hoeni In the Clattmcnt of the ' Dwelling. A cool, cellar under the dwelling oll'erx good lomllllona for the stornge of vegelnliles. Many not well Milted for .lories ur-etnbll.emue of poor tiK.ilatioii or link of ventilation. Cellar .mitnlii-lu- g n fiirunee fur heiilliig the duelling usually iiiv too Wiiliu and lo. dry fnr Car of OM Dominion, the best Port to the eelllin;, 'pacing lliem H! Inches apart from center to renter. l land, cement, just received. Hudson. Hughes & Farniu. Iicate Ihe door to lb.' hti.niB. riv.in Hlut, making walls meet, ('(in- - eerrl.il at the nios eonveiilent Mine Lillian Rroadus and IVacbie large eiiousl. it. ii.ln.lt barrels, Mae Sanders were the week end III uiakins Ihe frame sipinic ami ptiiinl. ll guesti. boxes, etc, "51 feet wide by tl'j feet r.' will riiabl.-- lie Itiilhl, r Ui iret ll I of Miu Hester Dean of Nicholasviile. Se( Ilie ftuds tight with n minimum of lulmr. Mich bellli il gisnl Mr. Joe Aldridge and'fannly alio Mr. inches on either sl.le of tin' lsr A xl r.silll Is III;. do .y .s.verllig aisirt, nlilrh will allow for the door W. G. Hams were the week end visitors on the outside with material, but n better way nut the fruni.'. I'm a lifinler oer Ihe of Mr. and' Mrs John' Homer near Hull for the frame llryantsvilte Is to rlo'iitlio the oulslib Willi plain door, alio lug Mrs, Kate Sanders of llorrodsburg. IiiiiiIxt, lad; building paper n this, and ri of nn ln.li for the sill at the sliels ngllllist the Mrs. Mary Sander boltrtll. Set !) and slih- - with Cronlcy uxl '.snllt wtieri- - the rrllin .alls ami stor- Willie llroadas Anglt. and Thompson Ilils ruiistriietloii In ..miieo. lion with lath ami piaster or wall a hit tloor to kevp the cratts, boxe, Sanders were ntertn!rwd "at dinner" board on the Inside niiikes an excel- bnsk. ls, un.l oilier coninlr.er off ll. Sunday by Mr. and Mm Jess Sanders. lent room. uroimd. This Is highly lelmble tn n i Ircutatloii of air mill to Yeutilntloii maybe secured l.y open. Ing oih- ..r more wIihIowm. An ulr pieent tin O'liliilnerx from h.irlHirlng duet constru. led ..( w.mmI. luetiil, or nilie, raw. auij otlior trnnlii. Tim terra cotla anil lilted in one of Hie sllehes for ruimeil gissls along ono "Indows. as lim.trnUti In llguro is side of the- room need not be more It penults tlK' tool nlr Imn it It.. Ii vd.I. A .suggested for Ihe tins, shell ex, etc., In .titer at lb.' bottom of the room. s lie lh, Mnriiav rwwsi U sli(..ii in Two or mole Joints of iMnelt stnveplp. n -1 l. M.-js- , Set xlontl. N'ntunil aitb inakex n better t A- - . and J I. Sanders sold a bunch tloor than .iiiu riti- - or lirlek. ns n er- - j"' cattle to Ctonfey Cov of Richmord U ileilnible. l"ice (J cents per pound. tain niuiiuiit of iTln unlNuf ll!i,lorHgeriMiiiitiiiiilillM. Mr. ant Mrs. Mat Knlger of Somir-- l Ijiy ,rt have been recent visitors of their imnill. l In the .nlls ..f Ilie Kcanllln list on the floor Idntitthter Mrs. Wnrtes Fain. ::,,,'!.v.,r::t,r:.B!!.VH!v.Kr..,!.r!,',.,.'.' . i.or returned iurun a pleasant III the sronnd. l'". 'lop of Miort set slay wltli I:"!,"?? Mobrrlry, ; y-l-liuli ' nnd tin- - amount of ttmlerlnl to be ' ' 'J bj- -l lni li Mild-lin- fnm Ibis " fif - Lexington Herald I Mules WA NTED Five to nine i Nearly the Same. "Did y. ti ever ir.etit .i robber 1. Mild 'V'our innni-or your life'' " ".N'o" ex.Htly. Hut I have met u waiter who gave me i leiirly t iii.i'.erslnnd that uti-- 1 les.s I banded over my i ockelbuok lit would allow me to perHb by Mnrui U vW .. stovepipe mtl't be llos.sl. The win- trnli.ip4'r. i dows in the stoiUKe roui Mhould bu In tiu- I.u.old elliHiH .Itstrlbiit.' the darkened In order o prolect the irniKshoppem t.iMiiniM.riu twit fn.iu the Ibhu Iturrels, crutt-s- . boxut. or bins may eully In tliu I'wniiHK. bo used us nintaliiers for the Mirloiis .loin wltli .ur iiekUlsirs In buying i te'.ilili s. Imt movuMo cnnlnlaer art! pieferabli' P. built-iItliis, us It Is H- )- spraying niuterlals uuil thus get the In nellt of nhol.i-ul- .' prices. ibein 'or cleiiidng. ible to r"ino Is tiilvlsiible to itiilll'IM t kliehes Clear up Jobusoii grass, lleruiu'i gruss, uml mil grass In order In Je- ' rlu-, stroy t& desert corn ' ' StV if ler ipvirters. vege-liilil- es - .me with ii daiiiper. unii nn ellmw limy be use.1. A pli'.v of bi.Hiil ultb ll hole the -- lo or Ilie pip.- - Is llttt.il u II,,. window In pi. no of one of the pniieK of alns. .ii.nin r m of glass may be r. tinned f.i.iii tb- - .i'-l-i and u suiiill liltig.sl d.'or tilted In width win li optn nllov. s liu- - liin4.d ulr to . In did weHtlier both the ennilH-Idlig. il dror iii.d the dumper In the 1 mill Distinctive IV' tile pulM.Ua.i t r.ui bIt to control Features trsxa sn Cuuiiletii . ir Press, on Mars kit. A ,' Thorough servicv uml Sports. The nnlv imper wmipietcly covering; the Illue Gruss. tmng Kdilornl Page. (A bureau of information at Wad-Unglnwhich distributes 1 -- . In thu Hciiilnrhl sections, polxined-- ' brwi bait for ginssliuppei-- MiwiUI bo distributed In thu late nfterns)ti or ' curly evi'iiliig. $1 Bi'rtb, to Herald readers Dee. every wclk, n bulletin of practical Daily special letter ylue. (torn Washington. A Sundny iiingajlne, comr paring favorably with tlio section of any other Amcr- lean newspapar. New s.bscrlptlon lates in ellect October 15- :Ono or two months, i&c per month; three months, 51,80; ix months, $3.50; ono year, b0, payable in advance, situ-lia- tlou." To Get Rid of Ants. Slnko u fclrup, using two lablepoon fuls of (.ugar. two tablespooufuls pow ilcred bornx mid one iiuart boiling wa ter, Saturate u hp'uige wltli ints mix ture and luy it where tl'e iints nv thUkcst. When It Is Oiled with unf plungi' Into boiling witter. Definition of Qood Advertising. The ndvcrtUIng mmiuger of u big storo gles the following as his conception of wliut advrrtUtog should be! "A relecttou of the public' wants rather than oil attempt to sell what the store wishes to dispose of. Tlio policy Miould be to uvold advertis- f)o,tc. miij ct m rSn kpc An Imiiorluut piece of fait work Is tu destroy dried, v. lid buucli gnissen uml broom sedge, which furnish winter VegrUlle Stotgo Rsora IO'KI2 quarters fur the chimb Inn,".. -- years old. Weight 1000 to 1200 pounds. W. B. BURTON LANCASTER, KY. W 1 W : 1 I H f. Jjl a. 7t r- 1. I ',JH.' . Thu ()... CuAtl i fur Us toljt.. It.. Iro.ii tun it mi i mv, TL. TAR usrmcat Wilt Ur . t Ul pSq -I- n f it--irn- -3li ?.'' ' I .lit r..ll- A l.'.llU.I ,llr. ll'S l. Itw lU li Ub. ttt'In I'.r itln SDc, roU.r II yuur trgutur t l .tt . i..t k mi klui Ulirl..-li-- a no ... 1 mnrmnt i. ing merely to correct mistakes in ui Wilts Tir C., ,it)i,n at. fj. S. pl a r. cn -- ia Lexington Herald )