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OCTOBER 18, 1917. j NUMBER 29. of Our line of stover, U complete, consisting of Stoves the Slim are well fitlfit tin- fanner ivcr. - iinil thnt anxiety tt LET THE PE0PLE10F CASTER TAKE LAN- WORKS LIKE A I Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Great Laundry Stoves. A complete line or Pipe, Elbows, Dampers.etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any desired shape. Conn (I11BB 3rzDr-H- LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. ,tii isy RESI- hi 3 czD(ir i if or oaie DESIRABLE SEVEN ROOM DENCE ROOM WITH BRICK IN STORE CONNECTION. Located one block from Public Square, on corner Richmond and Buckeye street. Store Room Is Being Used As General Merchandise Store and Has a Good Established Trade. This propurtv is in good repair; litis water tiilrant in ynnl nlso lnrct! unriifii mm is uiourui mi writf or rail AT ONCi:. on If Wh o the intern iii- -i t n I.111 cater now, no greelii g Is ' V y W for the Hire- .- (llil lit New Hoard "" The issues are of I'Olt SAI.K: cornered Cupboard; mild walnut. Mill juflic id importance ! tint I this llllice. l? i.j JL A lilti" hmid lull rircnlateil, Mr A I). HrmWiaw itil ! head of signet! liy the Ntw liotiril. sir .t I lint HI I" IIerronT,ig I . " C pound cattle tn Mr. Luther it. tilhh the '..a! .'ntest f ) Mmil. Se do not Hunk t ) f'M '.IjCtS. ncttinlly nays that lliehnMinir of nn olliice liy anv mie fl)f j(stf i .lack r'rnst recttit visit bringing h nun' iii till, ritv Im ill ll he of inl'icient temperature of .11 degrcet put the Imporlancc to make 11 'leal itttie'. At uf business Until next ri r(f . fortlint it cihiIiI not lie nn issue becaue Mr. I. K. Ilerroti it now the mar.thal LOST, (tcnrge Spoonumiire lost lulu ft u home ar.d town 11 gr-- overcoat, anil hi. - heen for niioiit a yeai. ami the return to thisnlllcu anil receive rewind. plejen' I Ion ri I has no thought of g him at long nn he soberly and To cotnerve coal the cliurches of pinpei v iilteiid. to hit duty, althouah Versaill-- s have cli ruled to have uniun they h ive the power In discharge him In saving this any tin. . lint the Old Hoard if elected services all winter. ninount of fuel I lie church.- - cum con- will not have any one In fill the position tribute to the t'oiiifurl of many nor of marshal, lax collector, and families. of the wateVworkt at proposed Heats upstairs ami nn one man it able or com- - warms all the lloors Tin1 Final Pledge Fiiinlly enrollment ln'Cuus .1 t. petelil to III! nil tliese position at one in 1minis .1. I'm.'iipt'M ii trti with tin- - Liberty lloml cam uiu Mr Ilerroti and other" have kind or slack and can jpaign lire sweeping the itution t.wn time. lie run nl inuiuuuv tiepenueiit unci 111 endeavor tried mil fnileil to (;ive tntiiifaction. with the two toiitioti under Imth tests of the strength of the I.hhI the same nflicvr our citv wnt without ' LpsS Nation democracy. Than Half ? 1111 1111 loore nuiri )ui iniei' niuoiiis. .iir jerry Banning? snai testcnlay to rain fall thin year liut with 11 man richl The Cost of OthMr John I'. Kohinsoti IPO Panels of on the 0I1 the city hat an ample tupply. cor. from the held at .'.00 tier liarrel. all due to the fact that the potitions Tim i th best price t.ikl for com in epr.l(ei. The mi l.elil ii. (hit county jet on record., have leen it wild Mr. Ilerrnnprenent; Absolutely will hold hold-inir7f.iir.ru tried lire '18 hours You do Danville Advocate. Imt'i joht and we had 11 dry lake. not have to shine this It wt tried '.tilh Mr. Unci, hnldiii); stove hut once a year (iettnany it half licked ion. e hotb jf'ht and we hud dry lake You 'i have fighting with ua the mightiest now huve two men on and .Mill have nation., of the woild. If we cannot upilorleraml-iilenlof water for vi.ur whip her with their help what will a! city. farm he worth in the United States Mr Voter take your choice hetween win n we face her alone? BROTHERS the Old Hoard and plenty of water and Trie licit increment of the national the New Ilosril ami a drv lake for arniv from Ketiturkv will cull i.'.W month. In ntlditim to the cenernl and unleli Ik)!" t. the tialnini; camp, makine un IV ,S. tt- -. tlie total or ll.SHi, iif y.Slli already iaie pioiniset mime in ims siKiieu i nun atate-- , of hate heen called. The next call will ' l"1' tluiair it full nientt and promises in favor of the take ;!." more of (iarraid'a Ihik. New Ilwanl. ome made in lionesl mit- All ciindilions now indicate that the , tafc,. f tw fIlcl. t,rrs wilfully to e of tobacco ilurinn the MH7-1.,.rive t,e public. Thete are not of will he hluher than at any time Ucient importance to notice, but we --4 cince the Civil war. Theo conditions I ini. n,,.t ,l i..mvpr are bronchi about by the terrible world ,, n,i ,ide the real thine that i planed war. which It now 'levattatitii; Furope. to jw ,ulll. IV n10Se behind the New I iluy lionilt. farmer", aid help make. Hoard. , It it our opinion that some of , . ,. , the world safe for our 'kind of life -- toe caoiiiiiuiea on me ,ew iii.tdi leuny life of democracy; Let ut utrike don't know why they are Mieht; run' j the mr irteiiom at 11111 the larmem ur New The real issue is the future liandlini; of Knirlaml at l.exinctou anil Concord.' the Telephone matters of your city and Blue at Broadhead and Stanford Took It in not only the ono bin ques anil the farmer of the Sputh at KIiik's cJ,unt'lion in jour citv but in your county Obelisk and Fairs of best Mouiitaim alto The statements made In this Kentucky Flours THE REASON is no Bleach Over 8,(KH men are to be taken from hand-bil- l shows either a total iKiiorance no Blend to Camp Zachary Taylor tn other canton- - of the questions or a wiltul elfert to" vegetable life mentt to fill up incomplete units. The mislead the people. The position set from men will be sent to Camp Shelby, at, out it a complete evasion for the HattiesburK Mis. ; Camp Pike, Little lowine, reasons:- Kock, Ark , ami Camp Upton, Yap-- . The present city administration pre- hank, N. Y sided over by Mayor 1.. (!. David'on, Meatless days, wheatlest days. Ileal-ledays, arc we coming tn eiiln-s- WARNING. days'' FURNACE !,., W het.f IMOORES AIR TIGHT HEATERS )i'r er Heaters. tl' HASELDEN i.rn,i.ij Glen Lily the against others the take the natural it. Still Leading in Baking Qualities. rot t Hallow en for the kiddles will soon W. H. LACKEY, Post Office Box 79. DC 3ME Lancaster, Ky 11 m 1 be here. umpkiiis trrew unusually On Oct. Ml the msule arc.- - th.t year. of the pumpkin should be made ,nto jie and the outside intii a Jack o l.an- tern. Make the most of Hallowe'en and every other holiday this ear. has jrnen the motile telephone service fo(. fmJr fur ?, 0 Tlu. Telellll0I,e Company demanded a fra,lchi, with rates of $1,63 for resi- llem.e HllJ fo W, fur busi.6!( . ., . ,i, .:i ti, . When the contract for 51. DO service. Company undertook to raise the rates i violation of contract and refuse to Garrard (Willing Go. ,i ,,,,. i uniiiiuTcc joi I L y VI 3 LL "5 U h The President or the United States has set apart v I Wednesday, October 4th. AS LIBERTY LOAN DAY. IJvcry hank and luisincss Iioiim- - in (inrrnnl Cmintv and all patrioiif penplt are mjt fstid to aid and will eh astist in inckinU a fiinvas of the foiinty. for the sale of the I per cent second I.ilwtv Uonds. TlitHti wlio live In the "icinity of l.ancastur willincft VVF.DNKSUAY. at the Citizens National Hank at 8 o'clock. I (KT()l)i:K2ltli. the vicinity of I'ainl Lick, will meet Those II vinU Peoples Hank, not later than 8:110. at Those liviiiK in vicinity of Hryantsvillc will meet nt Hank of HryantRville, not later than 8:111'. Those livlnii in vicinity of Huckeye', will meet at Huckeje, not later luaii !) o'clock. Come with your mitoiiiohilii or horse and lniiMy. i CITIZENS NAT L BANK: THE NATIONAL BANK: BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE: THE GARRARD BANK PEOPLES BANK: $ TRUST CO. it bushiest in this city it must serve the Instead of public at $1.00 per month. being "tiinid," as suggested, thif present Council has held and and has The campaign for the Liberty Hundt. B.ui,.,i this ,,:lrt of the question. is not progressing as lapidly at it Vet in the face of thee court records great regritihe ststtment is made In this hand-tshouldnndliiiut.caui.es those striving their utmost to get (bill that if the present city e people to understand nod respond. umsu aiou will fix the rates iji the The ctdl to patriotism is mi less n cal next two meetings in this year the, to secure personal salety and the caie jjew lioard. if elected, will .not change of our oun. llie blessings to the clul the rates. The simple answer is that dren and the futuie generations. the rale already fixed by contract between the Company and tin cilj at Vtntk is ii) progre.s on practically all $1.00 iinil the courts have upheld that of the jtl.lHMi airplanes appropriuted by contract and the present administration Congress tu carry the war acros the ,Lill it.it rutk.. It mi tilt, li.mitli, lid tin llliidenbiiig lines and hundr-,,, . ..i,.,.,,. ...,. ..u,,,,!,,,, . of ...... Ainericati atiaiiou stuilents art' com do, which is indicated by t hi . plftiug tliclr training. Mnchine.t are The votets of this city know the also being construcled in I AM ope to spteislid recoul made by the present meet the il 'iiuinils of the American city nilminittiation in regard to the Held forces. The flint electric light franchise. It has taken ulrplni.t equmi't'il with the famous Uttcare ut the telephone. Jquestion for four erly iiu'tor will he sent overseas soon. jeuis fur the iiitenst ut the people Ainetr a will have every known type alotie. Handling the telephone quesof lighting niKclilun which will be used tion "along equitable lines" as proto ditip tons of high explosives behind mised bv the New Hoard may menu the ticrmnn lines. that tonut i.iy J.' 50 for phouea In the The sale of Ked Cross Seult will open near future. The voters of this cil should into this matter ana November -- 0th this year when a Hoard tli.U if J on elect the to raite J;I,IHHI,WK) fur the anti tuberculosis movement in the United und gel tor your vote this increase States will be launched, Four hundred from 1 Oil to tt.l'O or $.50 that the millions of seals have been printed ami present administiation will not be reIf you are against It sponsible for it. 100.(100,1100 more are being prepared. They Hre very attractive this year anil watch those who me trying tu put tin's it Is expected tint they will be more over mi you. Will you let I hem vote populur than ever, as the morov I. to you? provide facilities for the care of the thousands of cs.es of tuberculosis that WAR TAX ON "MOVIES." the examination of the 10,000,000 men The moving picture shows ant1 theasubject to draft will disclose as well as to educate the general puplic and the tres have been bard hit bv Hie recent consumptives themselves relative to the heavy war tax that has been placed on hem. dangler, o(itrie,ap)'t,wl of the disease. " o dt , hand-billcam-palg- u N-- To cunterve fooditult's for the world, Hoover has taken thesesteps; Licenced suKar reliuers and packer; planned regulation of linking inilintry, catineiiet mid milk distribution; by vol-- 1 untarv agreement fixed wholesale price' of sucar at 7J centa a tiound. reduced price of llour anil hiuticd up severnl e million persons in campain. , k'vc the service, the present adminis-milletrillion, by injunction mil it 1" perform its contract in these suits tin' courts have decided that as lonn asi r. Bargains In Hon Company sees lit to do a telephone I J BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHiLL WAGONS Run Lighter Composition & Metal Hoofing S'eel and Galvanized, ihs no sand holes and is easy lo pit on Last Longer Let us show you. Harness The Very BEST Can That Honey House Paint The Best on the Maiket and at a price that will please you. Buy. Turning Plows That Run .i Not Cotton Seed but the Right And Guaranteed. Are purest of Linseed Oil. HORSESHOEING Kokomo i Wire Fence The kind that Stays when put up and REPAIR Department is very complete. YOUR HORSE FORGE? DOES Vi'e have the best shoer in town STOVES Lancaster. RANGES W. J. ROMANS. kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 18 W !9I7. 8 if liSHart, All-woo- lilary Sport Suits IV1ADE BY- - Schaffner PRICES $12.50. $15.00, & Marx We watch the styles on hats and if one comes out, we sure have it for you. Let us show you our styles today. In the picture you see one of the new military Overcoats and one of the military sport Suits. These are just two of the many good styles we have for young men. Belts all around, yokes, plaits, patch pockets. Gome in and see them l, on you. fit and satisfaction guaranteed. SUIT AND OVERCOAT Our Shoe stock is a wonder and we can surprise youwith prices and quality. $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 We have a reputation for quality and fit on underwear. We can give you underwear that you can't get anywhere else satisfaction 8 We try to keep the best store and best goods let us have your judgment. rr Jas. W. Smith, EMmm balance of white and yolk elements in Purina Chicken Chowder when fed with Purina Scratch Feed makes possible an guarantee of mere em er msncv hast. Grain feeds make too many yolks, which cannot be laid, so arc absorbed by the hen and form fat which cuts down egg production. Wheat, corn. oats. barley, and kafir contain (above bodily maintcn- ance)c!cments for an average of 224 yolks and enh JSt wfiltts. Whereas the perfect balance: iron-bound :- -: House Of Quality (unless at an Mrs. H. K. Swope elegant dinner Monday in honor t Mrf. Mrs. A. II. Ada Iiurke. of Louisville. Swope also entertained for her one dav last week. V. F. Ilinton an I James Messrs Loway of Lexington, haw been here Severn! days in the interest of the Equitable Life Insurance Co. of s, A MERCILESS JUDGE. On't Who Shows No Favor. The perfect Yolk, Purina Chicken Chowder Purina Scratch Feed Combined Ration 182.05 247.49 merciless judge i Father Time, liefore him the weak and the wanting go to the wa'l. Only the truth can stand. For veurs the tollowing state, merit from a Lancaster resident has withstood this sternest of all tests. Mrs. It. K. Walter. Hill Terrace. Lancaster, saw. "I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney Pills, for they are a mot worthy remedy anil have done mo much good on many occasions. For svverul Jears, 1 have sutrered from a Mv kidneys lame and painful luck. have also been irregular in action. Doan's Kidney Pills have always re- moved'everv symptom of kidney trou ble at these times " (Statement given A Iowa. Mrs. Murgatet Pari, of Lebanon, Ind. who hai been visiting sister Mrs. Fanny Ilryant, has gone to Stanford to visit relatives there. Mrs. Parr will return here before leaving for her (!) home in Ind, hr For Sale I Any Size Farms ll Remarkable Values Moderate In Price I Shown To Buyers 1!) I I iii ! ! ID iii 429.54 424.66 Note the perfect balance and the larje quantity ot white and yolk elements supplied. 99 tut cj 100 .cbs let tit much crain which cut, down cga production. reed1 1the petlect balance IUU Ibi. ot I'unna scratch . teed to each C I .. 11 I fV I tAAj I us. ui I umm viiuiihCii rl v.uuwuc( citu )vu .'II actually VI f ten. mil m Jcca end get mate eggs. It hens do not lay moie eggs when led m Purina Chicken Chowder as directed with Purina Scratch Feed than when fed any other ration, the Afl mAn n.irl for Putin Ktrln fknu. dtr will be refunded. You tike no risk. Use less feed B f PURINA SCRATCH Purina Feeds coEJie in checkerboard bags IPURINA1 CHICKEN CHOWDER FEED Klitcs HUS Sold by March 20. l'JOS) ALWAYS KKI.IAItl.K. On November J., l'Jlli .Mrs. Walter said: "I have the greatest contldeiice I was flee in Doan's Kidney Pills. from kidney trouble for u long time, I but recently had a slight attack. again used Doun's Kidney Pills and they relieved me. " Foiter-Milbur- n Cue, at all dealer. Mr. Hobert Hutcntnsou, Jr. bought Co. Mfgrs., liuiralo, N. Y. the farm of James 'league on tin Fish-- 1 era Ford pike, containing .7) acres for $7,500. Mr. Hutchinson will take URYANTSVILLE possession in January. Mr. W. T. Doolin also bought fiO acres of unAirs. Samuel J. Hose has returned to improved land from Miner Teague. licr home in Hazh ton. Pa. Price private. Mrs. Cleveland Hose of Stanford has Aptly Put. 'Yen." wli! Mrs. Twhki'inbiiry. "wo have Installed rrrrudeseent light In every room In the house." Christian Mrs. Ada Hurke returned to her home in Loinnville Saturday after a very Mrs. pleaiant tuy here with friends. It. L. Ho.e was hnitex on Friday at dinner for Mrs. Hurke. and Mrs. David Hankin entertained on Thursday. Mr. nr.d Mrs. J. W. Ilryant, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Deane, Misses Mary Fllen Fnrlev und Stella Mae Grow and Mr. A. T. Scott Jr. motored til Louisville Sunday for a visit to Camp T.iylor. Mrs. Deane remained for n short stay with Mrs. Harvey Mverr. 1 If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. 30 any OR 300 A6R&S Estate I I location, adaptation or improvements consult the Thomas-Rea- l D, A. '(!) t 8 AGENCY. 3C Leading Dealers. PUBLIC SALE OCTOBER 22ND. 1917. Countv Court Day On the above date at 11. A. M. in front of the Court house door in l.an caster I will offer for sale a House and Lot and about three acres of land, being a part of the W. J. (lillispie farm which was willed by him to tVilson Itenfro for life Itenfro being now dead and the remainder interest was by (lillispio's will devised to the St. Joseph Infirmary of Louisville, Kv. This property is situated on countv road at the North end of the L. & N. it. It tunnel, about two miles of Lowell Carratd countv, Ky. The dwelling is a four room weather boarded frame structure and will be oll'ered with the lot on which it stands and the balance of the land across the It. It. between two and three acres will be ollVred, then the two will be o lie red as a whole. TKKMS: 1 cash on possession of premises and balance in one and two years with interest at six percent with usual lien retained. D. A. Thorns Real EtUte Agency. been visiting relatives here. .Miss Kmmu Craw'ord of Jackson is the guest of Miss Cecil Howling. Mrs. K. Davis has returned from a pleasant stay with relatives at Cin cinnati. Mr. Norman Grow was called to Florida Tuesday by the serious illness of a relative. MANSE. Mrs. W. J. Hogan is in Lexington Mr. Arch Thompson is very sick at for n stay with her daughter, Mrs. W, this writing. T. Wool folk. Mr. Iturdett Hamsey is. sick in bed Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lex with tonaolitis. ingiou, cuine Sunday for u visit to Miss Mr. Att Howling spent part of the Muyme Itallurd. past week in Meron Co. , Mrs. John Simpson and Mrs. II. L. Mr. Oscar Ilestefhas returned home Elder of Nicholasville are visiting Mrs. J. Hoguu Ilallard. after some stay in Illinois. Mrs. Frank Campbell has returned Mis. T. J. UnUerwoood has been to her home in Louisville after a visit very sick but is some better. to her sister, Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mr. (j'ivins Terrill was the week end Dr. U. A. Dawes and family, of guest of Mr. and Mrs. Iturdett Hamsey, Georgetown, have moved and taken Mr. and Mr?. Walter Reynolds are posession of their, residence, Th Hurnt the proud parents of a new baby boy. Tavern. Mr. Lewis Anderson of Uerea was the Mr, and Mrs. C. A, Howling, Miss guest of his mother Mrs. W. P. An Cecil Howling and guest, Miss Emma derson Friday night. Crawford, of Jackson, motoreJ to RichMr. Itov Young from Ohio was the mond Sunday for the day. guest of Mr Emory Howling Thursday Prof. D. J. Miller is in Hattlu Mich, night and Friday night. having been called there by tin- - Illness Mr. Iturdett Marshbanks and Miss of his wife who is under medical treat Geneva Norman supprised their friends merit at that famous resort. by being married in Itirhnioud Ky. Mr. J. C. Williams was in Lsxington Mrs. W. P. Anderson and children Monday to attend a meeting of the and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dozier spent Hankers of Eastern Kentucky belong Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. How. ing to the Cleveland division of Reserve ling. Hanks. IP 1L DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM ItegWer. IS COMING TO THE FRONT Worst of It. f us," Mild Undo faults dnt we can de argument (lot tell other people Might Get the "Dar nlu' niuny ! free frm.i Ellen. tuke ll (liMIH'c mi could start If we bout thelr'n." Itigiit now this Country i calling lor men 'of Htnut heart and huuiuI binhes. It iieedt them to ke;i Old i!orv Iriiinphiii t auillunsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting u empliHsize.i. an mailing el could do, the importance of guild health, both m an ....in idiml and national unset. It given point to the suggestion, often emanating from thin ollice, that everybody idiould guaril their health a a priceless io. nesjion. When you ilnd yourself running down and not exactly keyed up tn the lighting pitch, as l the rate with everybody at times. Vou ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course i,f COM-CEL-SA- R mi i,evi..i,.i er tiiaM'T. Murk Tnni.i hud his m,i thus iu facts. "First set yiiur fuct."." he t:ild. "then you rim distort 'cm i.i milt joiirM-lf.Linen Industry In Egypt Kgypt was the tenter of the linen manufacture uf mitliiulty. Tie flrst nllU!lo:i to (Ms fnhrlc In the Itilde Is when Ji Hie dignity j.pni. Isl t.i of ruler of the land of Li:y,t, was arrayed "In vettiire of Ilnu linen." bmil; Mark Twain's Attitude on Facts. a :Im-- s a "lie liiirn of jeiir fu-tn,- 7S 12 Gals. Poultry Tenlc You cin miko IS rillon nt tiiu tpjit I I poultrytoulcknown with &4io t lot tie ot TilfC iNrOM rMttrf Iwitfy. Curm , nj preTrnU etptH. (Legally iiiuruiiU'cil ttt satisfy you, or nieiioy liark If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomllttire of being sent back lionn for lack of red blood when you ur.swer thu call of the colors. tells ut Onu Dollar lor threee boxes, legallr guaranteed for fthe stomach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCF. SOPK is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c bar. 3 bar 25c. Try our COWHOY I.INIMKNT, for all Pains. bruNes. burns, etc. 'Sic and COc bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. cooler. m otht'rdlM'iM'S, Al druc flut k or by in il I iAt wlu 1'uuUry buok trwi. . Dakoto 4729-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Hroadway, I.OUISVIM.K. KV. Sold by R. McRoberts. Id DC DC DC The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 18, 1917. -- - I CARDS. A iimiiiiimminMj ; FRENCH INDUSTRY I Rex Garage D MtAltSllAW, I'ron Natural Thrift and Promise Rapid Economy ' i. nt fur ';, BUICK CARS Phone 6G Progress Tho lncrealiii! nctlvlty nf her railway nyMi'iu N similarly detnouMrnt-abb- '. Ill ISi!), there were In rn.nco Hlt:! miles nf rnllwny track! In Wilt, here were .'!! HI miles. Ib'twcn IWKl and 1111'.'. Inland navigation IncreaMsl per rent; whllo ihe trnllle of her merci'titlle uuirlnc a'linr.li.ffly expanded. The tonnrsi! ii.is ' t'Tlm: I'rilirh Nirls In tSOll Is set T.. ti as ii.hocmhki tons. In 1111 J th s h ut been Increitsisl tn KI.(M.mh t'lM . Open Day and Night. i. in i. mid Satisfactory Si'rvirr Dr. Win. )tfice nt Itainey D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Livery Stable. Unoiister. Kentucky M. K. Deany and W. A. Wheelei Doctors Of Dcatal Sarcery. U .fniri on'- - HulMlUK LANCASTKIt. u rr Hurt A An1i urnittitp rtoTP KENTUCKY. I The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes fi I ' Muii iiml Hos, I Hot liy trsl Kvcry pair giiiirnnu-tt- l G..C. COX, Manse.Ky I vns reduced to France Is particularly fortunate in but lint year the Milne of French Immii.iII Investors prefer "safe" h ports to lie- - Uiill.sl Stntes rose to thai lin.sinionl.s rather than olTerlngs 1H1NERAL DIRECTOR SHC.UTJ.iM. which promise high returns, fiovern-mei- it Oilier Over Xnlionnl Hank. "A nntlo'i that can achieve such n rentes. In Frnnce nre perpeturecovery while her ten al, and this characteristic seem to ob.IciJence 1'honc .'I. (Mlicc Phone.? ' rotiimerelut l Uin: mvls'nsl by ihe Invader." tnry tain for these government bonds In- LANCASTKIt. KV. tnteiiient. T"i st ciiinp-iuy'K.I.M- - tb reusing fanr In the eyes of the " n iners which Freliih people. s..)-tint she will emerge plstlf ' The points of sympathy between ' -- . ent eontllet prepared to France and America are too many to from i . tins'- nie I Mle triumphantly the probenumerate, hut the spirit of liberty nnd nt .nf.-oher." i !i lems It resultant democracy nre. today 11 The cm. lerelnl and Industrial rec- - always, the major Ideals of both nanrd of France, follow Ins past wars, Seeking no victories but those tions. r ipib kly of that '. sliotilil no territory except their own. from the actual physical destruction no sovereignty except sovereignty over - present ..millet. The ! themselves Kentucky Inlllcled In th.nnd the Independence ?Aint Lick, reconstruction of railroad . the erection ispial right of the weakest member of of factories to replace those the family of nations are to the people nnd the rvtilncetiient of lh- - inechanlsiii of Hie United State nnd of Frnnce actUlty that will be of Iniln. trial to us much respect ns those ot and tiiat Is lu part ulp-adlu defense of the mightiest empire, planned, olt'er a peculiarly IiinIIIiik these principles, France I engaged In tlcbl lo Amerlrnn inpltal and enter- - 11 death struggle with mllltnnt autocFine Cut Flowers. prise. Tentative steps lone aln-adracy and ruthless aggression, nnd It I been taken by reproentatlcs of Amernot surprising tn learn that she hn ican engineers and business men in this loaned to her utile nnd to other friendly M. work. state 7.0ft),noo,000 franc with which Aside from It attractive business to further the caue of democracy, tt aspect, the enlistment "f American I In keeping with America's traditions money nml effort In the ureal task of Hint since the dute on which we forreionstructlon that will remain lit the mally allgueil nurselve with France end of the war will tend In cement MM and her nllle. In the grcnt struggle, more closely the ties Hint bind the two our government hn lent to Frnnce ttrcnt republics together, and will jlls wiswered promptly, dav ir I to illcharse In part Anicrlinus It eminently titling Hint America the debt they owe to Prance for her should now be fighting on Fretich soil tiiiilit Phone III) I I frlcjidly Interest In the welfare and to make the world safe for democracy. Kentucky. . tnraMer. progress of the United Slates from The liberty that Amerlcn hn enjoyed the lieKlnnlnj! of Its life ns n ll.illon. for 14(1 year France helped her to tntit of achieve. The swords of Lafayette nml Ill Juilitlni: the Industrial llochnmheail, nlrfcd by the guns of I)e nny nation. Its production und of coal. Iron, mid steel nnd ttrnsto tion the high sens, assisted In the itmwth of Its transportation sys- cutting the foreign ties that bound tho American colonics prior to the War for tems nre highly slcnltlcniit factors. Phone 365-Independence, nnd from the private In ISiSi. I'ruich Industries consumed 21 million tons of coal, of which 1X.1 purse of King Loul himself came the BUCKEYE, KY. millions were taken f mil home mines. l!rt loan to America unsecured and uiicouillt!.innl--t- n finance that historic In l'.'U the onuuiptlnu v. .is ill of which II million puis were undertaking. It was with entire JusWashington wrote to Itocham-beatukcii from home mines. tice that NOTICE. HUNTERS TAKE "To the generous aid of your nalu 1MJI, the rrench outiut of cast Iron was l.INI.isHi toix, und of steel, tion and to the bravery of Its sons Is 'hi Aguement Witncsseth; Thiil l.ikMi.lliHl tons. In IliH, iYance d lo be ascribed lu n very great degree jrdcr to pioteet tin- - gnine on our .VHl.tKHl tons of cast Iron and that Independence i for which we have foiiKht " (r Js for ii period of three veum we l.tlTi (xi ions of steel. 1 1 ourselves not to hunt thcieon, nor nml we I '.'mil uuyhodv elsu lo do m. farther ngtee to piosecuto with dili-ice all persons who violate the game Lr h of Kentucky or trespass upon our liii.h for the purmse of hunting. Anil we further agree to net ns Deputy Game Warden for the purpose of car-- r tig out t III J agreement. Kxcept euch i ' n$ have the right to kill rabbits on o .arniH or penult it to he done by E jther under our supervision, or the ji erviio'i of some responsible und l. ahle person ielee'ed by un. 'I'hls November loth, WIS. J, K. Itobimioti, . 1. Kikiu, W. 11. Ilrown. M. Kaira. j SOLDIERS IN THE VCRDUN SECTOR REPAIRING A F1UINED CANAL. Alex Wnllier, II ll.irtiMi. T. A. Klkiu. eid'.--; Ilros., I F. M. Under. . j (I Dull 'ii. j I.ogun Hubble, ,1 11 II. Smith. -- . !'.- I!. M. Deshon, II. II. Cox, I liter ili'iuni:. J. W. ciA'teney, I'.ljhcii Uros, W. M. Milium. Wither : lltos. Wi'li-iin- , Marcus and Jim White. J, P. Pope, 1 F, Wiltnot, Ml a. David Clu'iiault. Fred .1 Conn, W. It. Cook. J, V. F.ltnore, Iluirnuii Ilros, T. C. Itunkin. Win, (i. Anderson. iari Cotton, W. It. Mois T. M. Arnold. .Ir Jno. M. White, U. K. Henry. (right Herring. A. 0. Uradshaw, IN THEIR RETIREMENT FROM OCCUPIED TERRITORY THE GERScott llutrmnn It. L. Darker. MAN ARMY DESTROYED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF AGRICULWni. anil Lizzie Onstott. MACHINERY. TURAL J. A. Beazlev this 4nlt1nrlty of tlie Trench rcpnlitlo lo three Inllueiiriw: tlrst, i IhortniKhly 7.11I In EXPORT BUSINESS GROWING Ki.uml liMiildn:: system, central one of the crcalest hanktm: Institutions of tilt world, the Until: of France; second, the cm mil thrift and frugality whole, toOur Great Ally Poiieiws Recuper- of the rrench people as ative Powers Which Justify Dclief gether with a national economic vigor not elsewhere surpassed; third, wl"c That She Will Meet and Solve Tri- supervision, and patriotic umphantly the Problem Which Con- by the covern'nent with hanking nnd business Interests. front Her After the War. The government does Its pnrt to warrant and retain the cnnlldoncr of the One of Its With Pari boulevards retinitis with hoblers of Its "vives" fur American troops our inter- wise IHtllcles In to Impose new tnxe to est lu the welfare of our ulty vastly defray the Interest charges, on new seIihtciiscs, mid the fuel are not luck-lu- curity Issues. It began this practice war, and Is to encourage the belief lliat he Ih after the ulready on the road to recovery from tixlay following the same rule In regnnl the Mow of Invasion liy u ruthless en- tu securities Issued toltnauce the present coiiiiicl. This conliiiiiit' of puremy. tine of the most lmoiluUl devel- pose, iloulitless, will prove renssiirltiK l opment the Hhiiounreiucilt I hill to nil holder of French gnverntnptit securities. one of the largest banking Institution Tin1 war of with foreign In America concerned tniicht the French people the trade, the Cu.iruul) Trust company Ho of New York, bun ojieiiod h Paris meiiiilng of thrift and economy. brancU to handle the rapidly Increas- well did they learn this lesson. Hint the whole sum of Hie Indemnity ing volume ot French business, by Oennany. ."ei.nt.OiMKX. s 'flits action tnuy surprise ninny who had thought of Franco as was nilel within the republic' by Its own Inhabitant nnd paid bowed under n iilamltnus Invasion, oft" more than one year before the time 'the bank, however, gives tlgurc In. stipulate by the fierrmn'. en he that France Is not only ims'tlng The hiiblt thus iinpilnsl liar never tier military and civilian problems with len forgotten by the Frer. h. and ii Moot heart and never falling cour-nethe nggngate number of Investor her export but Is purctiiis :,g the French war loans ha business with this country. nfinzlng total of t,.0O,lxii) lu IflR th" e.ir of the outbreak of renrhisl the Perhaps no oththe war. lliiKrls fmm I'tunee In this Imlitldu.il Mlliseribers. er country. In pm'Mirtlon to It populaeountr; totaled ! 'I. llOiV.'. This 11 I 11 g Franco-PrussiaFrnnco-I'riisslrt- n per-soucon-lin- e li.l Lcilers In American (lnniice npcrllw! mm sue Having sold my farm, I will on Saturday. Oct. 27. 1917. AT 10:00 OCLOCK SHARP at my farm 2i miles from Lancaster, on the old Conn lane, at the forks of Harris & Conn prong of Sugar Creek, sell the following property: 2 good milk cows, none better; 2 weanling calves; 1 pony, kind and gentle; 2 pony colts, 1 yearling and 1 five months old; 9 shoats, weigh about 70 pounds each; between four and five thousand pounds of tobacco on the stfck and will strip out for the purchaser; one-ha- lf interest in 70 acres of corn to be laid in the field, most of it will make 10 to 12 barrels per acre. The coin to be judged Monday or Tuesday after the sale. 1S70-117- 1 y One turning plow; hoes, etc. 1 double shovel plow; 1 laying off plow; 1 garden plow; Oid Fashioned 1 af lu lilt."., tion, can mak.' goiv a showing. Furniture. t H. J. PATRICK. Honaker Chest of Drawers, 150 or 160 years old; 1 Sugar Chest; 1 Sewing Dining Table; 2 Beds;! Corner Cupboard;" 1 small Bureau; 1 Table; 1 fall-les Clock; 2 Mirrows, and one new Bed Room Suit. 1 small Table; 1 Heating 1 old fashioned Side Board; 1 Cabinet Organ; Stove; 2 small kitchen tables; 1 Old Trusty Incubator and Brooder; 1 washing machine, wringer and bench; 1 Graphophone and 65 records; some carpenters tools; small book case; five stands of bees, in good condition; some M. T. Bee Gums; 1 Parrot and a number one talker and does not swear; 1 oil heater; 1 tall old fashioned two-piecupboard. Terms made known on day of sale. Anyone coming in automobile or buggy; come the Buckeye pike to Davidson's scales and turn In. ce Fred J. Conn, R. F. 0, W.T.King, Auctioneer. Guiding Fingers. has been perfected which will copy to the smallest detail lu a piece of stone fastened under Its cutting tools u statue carried under guiding lingers. A machine 1, Lancaster, Rustlness. I Ky, Jehn McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. MT. HEBRON Mrs. J. 10. Sherrow. of East Hick-m- i n is with her son, Mr. Kobt Sherrow Mr. Woodson Scott, of Nlcholasville was with his grandmother here Sun-- , Mnuy neoiile are rutv. Their harsh. ungainly manners eat out whatever Is good In their own character. J.E. EDWARDS. M.D Always a Possibility. ii young iiinii ngiiln." said ii mechanic In middle life. "I would go to tin farm und become Indepe-ident- , nnd nothing could hold me." I every young man sure he won't saying the same thing some day7 St. I.ouls Pio- "If I wre neer Press. A FAMILY MEDICINE b Her Mother's Home, Says This Georgia Lady, Regarding Relief Fram Headache, Malaria, Chills, Etc. Qiack-Draugl- tt. Itlne-nl- il. Mrr. Clin. Catton. fin. of this rl.ice, wrl'.es; "I am a user In tact, ot ThedfonfB Ub It watt ono of our '.ntl medicine Also In try mot!, r'.v licce, when 1 win a dilM. Whcu ain' ot us child-reu- . complained ot li".;u.iclie. usually caused by coniitltiat!i:i. sh? pave ui vli'dl would n doso of Idac'.-DraushOften In tho rectify iY.i trouble. Fprlnir, wo wouM liavo malaria nad chills, or troubles, cf this hind, w pretty res-ula- r would take niaclt-Drautuntil tho llvr unci! well, and wo woul.l noon be up and around not bo without It, again. Wo for It certainly has saved ui lots of t doctor bill. Juat n do of v.iicu uot no well saves a lot of davs In bod." Thodi". -- d'j niati.-Drauglhas been In uso for many years In tho treatment cf stomach, liver and bowel trcuUcis, and tho jiopularlt which It now enjoys Is proof ot Its i;irlt. If your liver Is not dolus its duty, joti will suffer from such dlragrei'-nbl- o symptoms r.3 headaeha. bilious-netetc., Indigestion, conbtlimtlou, end imlosii Eomcthtnt; Is done, serious troublo may rceult. has been Thcdford'B niack-DrauKlfound a valuablo remedy for these troubles. It la purely vegetable, and cts In a prompt and natural way, regulating the liver to Its proper functloua and cleansing Ihe bowels or impurities. Try It. luslst on Thed-fold'the original and genuine. B Suiting Temper to Circumstances. II" Is happy whose clrcumstauees suit Ids temper; but he Is more exdav. cellent who enn suit his temper to any ' Mrs. K. F. Scott sold a steer to Mr. circumstances. Hume. Jno Kobinson. of Lincoln at 17Jc per pound. t Mauhal'.'s Family Large. .Tohn Murshall, chief Justice of the Mr. Itobert Sherrow and daughter I'nllisl Slates, wits one of n family of who are ill with typhoid fever are tlt'lceu children, nil of whom lived to d maturity nnd nearly nil of whom ripe old age. Mr. N. W. tiiow und wife attended preaching ut this place several days Always Has an Explanation. Inst week. Mother love Is the supreme affecKev. und Mrs, illukeiield und child- tion nmnng mortals. If the alarm ren returned to their home at Hloom-- f clock Is n lullaby to her boy she credlit Friday. with having an artist's ear its him it for music. Toledo Illade. Miss Mollie tirow, cf Judson, spent lust week with her nephews. Messrs. Testing Damp Sheets. W. I., und Kd Crow. A simple test for damp sheets Is Mrs. F.lsio Hav, ot Sycamore Valley the following: Place n mirror between stir-fnc- e visited friends here a part of lust week them for a few minutes. If the clouds over, discard tho sheet und attended services. und sleep between tho blankets. It Better to Play Fair, "tie man d.n's nfmld to tnke his The baby of Mr. mid Mis. Harry share of de l lk." said I'ncle Kbeti. "Hikes bigger de man l.'ason who has been very low with lint tiltiv-- i Cili- - chances dan ivni-lill I tint scarlet fevetfs impioving slowly. ,,,,,,,.,, , fl.llt.r jat K,)t ,,,. j j Misses Mury and Kutie Shenow whoj '' --Vidied chwitln' In it crap came." have been visiting; friends und reluttves Rubbing It In. jhere for two weeks n turned luine; orwml-- t In n Welsh cuthedrnl re- Saturday ufttrnoon. ccntly scori'd over the dean and chap- I'Olt SAl.K .My tciidunce, willijter. The iiuthorltles had uttempted t" fstoieroom in cunuectioc; locattd on displace him, but be obtained un In Ui .'liimuul street, ono block trom PubJiimilon restraining them. On tho fol .lowing day the unrepentant orgnnlM licSijuaie. See ml on f ion t page. ' ''" W. II. Lackey, Lancaster Kv. K,""u tune. 'tiergy with the Mrs. Huuene Clurk iiml daughter. "Filed In Ills F.verlustiiig Seiit." ClHilys Stone and Mrs. Jus. Hamilton Argentina Cum In Demand. spent a putt of last wct-li-, with their Among the Argentine Industrie-wlilparents Mr. und Mrs. F. W. MontIi have henetlted because of tie gomery. suspended luiirt:itlou resulting from ltev. K. II. lllakrmuii closed a ten the P.urnpcun wur, that ot pitch gum I da meeting nt this place Thursday found to lie of Importance. Thu pitch .vrseuuua is sum unuer evening. Ilels a true uospel preuclier stands for the doctrine hs laid l"llll' "f Arabic gum and Is used In the manufacture of caudles. This down in Cud's word. There were I in dim IIL'lllK uscil l'll'MSI, udditions, ull for baptism, lluptisui ,A ,, , .,,, , ui iiiu iiiiiuiiiu lllliLir uku services were ut Dix river Friday forts uro being made to exploit Its morning conducted by pastor, ltev. I). cultivation und production. F. Sebastian. I i I ! - Mr. Kd Crow sold to Mr. Henry Ituble, u bunch of hog lust Thursday ut IT und 1 rJc per pound. '" i ."' i,..., .",. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 18. 1917. Great Slaughter Sale Of Auto TIRES WE WAINT TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK. Cords bought at old prices and we can name you a price lower than they can be bought at We have a large stock of Silvertown and express. We have a nice stock of Fabric TiresGood Year, United States, Firestone, Fisk and Goodrich. For example wholesale today, and you pay the lire for Ford cars, 30x3 for $1 1.75; 30x3J, for $15.00. Our Leader New over size non-ski- d we will sell you for 10 days only Goodrich, Non-Ski3-- 4 Jiest Ford Tire on the Market. for $18.95. for Ford, 31x3 Kelly-Springfield d, Special on Havoline Packard Oil in 5 gallon Cans $2.00 The Best Oil on the Market. That Good Monticello G??oline 26i Cents Per Gallon Cash. Porcelains, regular price Hie Cash Tool Boxes regular price $2.f)0 Cash) Double Channel Tire Holder, with lock. $7.50 Safety Vulcanizing Patches, were Sl.OO-C- ash P.verloc Patches, were SOc Cash U S, Vulcanizing Cement, was ft)e Cash Flashlights, were $1 23 Cash Flashlights, were $1.30 Cash .... -- Cosh.. AUTO ACCESSORIES $1.00 1.13 2.1X1 We 1.7") SILVEKTOWN TIRES. :12 I Columbia No. li Dry Cell Batteries; Spot Limits, were 31.25 Cash Two Cylinder Pumps, were S1J30 Cnsh Horns, were $3,50 - Cash A. C. Spark Pltif! fur Huick. were $1.00- - Cash. Chnnipion X Plugs, were 7"c Casli (i.0 I'V List Mst $;17.20-C- ash :!- 00 17.31 -- Cash -- $U7.30 HIM Ust $IH(!3- - Cash 0l)e (ioc ... lac 110 1 DM :i5x I! H3 List S30 15 List $57.85 List $3!) 10 Cash Cash Cash $10.00 ? trO $.i.0) M'tOil WILL BE IN LANCASTER, Next Mondny, Court DAY. TkeCewral Record INCORPORATED. H3UED ft. M. The ARNOLD K. M. ARNOLD. fl.- 3UG6Y rrt WORK 2nd. St. Danville. Ky Garage in Connection. REVIVAL MEEEINGS October 21st lo November 4th, At Presbyterian Ghurch. ARNOLD. Prop. PREACHING AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. J' Favorite Recipes Weekly. Jl.oo a year. J. E. ROBINSON. Editok. R.L. KLKIN. Local Editor and filtered at Ibe l'ott Ofllrc In I.iu-iter- . i Second rial Mail Mailer Member There will be preachinRnt the Christian church Sunday morning at eleven Mgr.i o'clock. The services will be conducted by Rev. D. 11 Stnrns nf Lexington ! and nil arc cordially invited to attend. K'y.. SUNDAY FISHERMEN TO BE PROSECUTED. Kentucky Press Association and Sunday fishlnc at the water works Eighth District Publishers League. lake is strictly prohibited, both by law and bv the fishing club. The names of nny persons found lishini: on Sunday Lancaster, Ky., Oclober 18. 1917 will be reported to the city authorities and vigorously prosecuted. If u person be u member of the fishing club, he Rates For Political Announcements will forfeit hi priviledges. Uoth the For Precinct and Citv Olliiea . . .$ 5.00 management nf the fishing club and Withers. 1U.00 the city authorities are determined cot County Offices r, Mr. Arnold was u GmfederBte ror State and District OHices. ... 15.00 that the Sabbath shall not be violated having entered the service in .10 in this respfct. ror Calls, per line (Under Capt. Mike Salter. Co. II. Third 10 For Cards, per line Ky. Regiment, Gen. Gauo's Cavalry for all publications in the interGARRARD COUNTY l.,,l est of individuals of expresDr. Frank Arnold, ter years pastor He was a gallant soldier and served sion of individual views, per FARMS IN DEMAND. uf the First I'resbyterian church, Kan until the end of war. He hnd the dis 10 liner:. sas City, .Mo., will peak every after- tinction of bring one of the guards of Every few days we hear of Swine-broa05 Obituaries, per line noon and evening of above dates, be- Jelferson Davis at the time of the the Real Estate Alan sellirir ginning next Sunday morning. surrender. another farm. His sales last week .Mr. RoIIh liurdette Stebbings. Rati Devoted and generous to his fiirmh. amounted to over $75,000. He sold for tone. Evangelistic Singer and Chorus a faithful friend ami kind neighbor he C. T. Dietrich 221 acres to Albert Director, Chicago, 111. will direct the DEMOCRATIC TICKET will lie greatlv misaetl from the eircle Sloan of Lincoln County for .',500. music and also sing a solo at each of in which he ino;ed. and for C. C. Glass of Jessamine County these meetings. Those of the fait thinning rank of to J. I. Hamilton 500 acres at about A few things those who know him the Confederate veterans who acted as 110. per acre. These farms adjoin and have said about Dr. ArnoM and his honorary pall bearers were; R. R. Denare located on the Lexington and Lan- meetingf. ton, J. W. Ruyston, Jake Triilnbo ti. caster (like near Ilryantsville, and are with the strongest In the W. Thompson, E. M. Norman, Dence "Ranks splendid farms. Wc are informed that entire Evangelistic Held". Rev. R. E. Moore. It. L. Lear. Starling l'aMie. Mr. Sloan was offered a profit on his Fleming, Clifton Kansas. The funeral services were conducted purchase the day he bought it. "He is meeting a grsat need, more by Rev. E M. Green of Danville, Tues permanent than tlie ordinary revival day morning at eleven u'ejock, after For Senator. ; produces". Revs. Wright. Cnylon and which interment took place in the Lan LANCASTER IN THROES JAY HARLAN Grace. Rich Hill. Mo. caster cemetery. "The best and most fruitful series Representative. OF COAL FAMINE. we ever had" Dr. Geo. Newell, KanBLACK MAMMY DEAD. ' J. HOGANUALLARD. That "misery likes company" is an sas Cit). Mo. "1 appreciate Dr. Arnold very highold and doubtless true saying, but the runt Maria Walker, u real black County Judge. company in which Lancaster is now ly. He has been a marked success in mammy, dieil Monday ct the home uf traveling does not lessi the misery Kansas City". Claudius II. Spences, her daughter. Aunt Jane Yantls, and A. U. KORD. one whit. Lan-aat- er and the entire D. D., Editor Methodist Christian Ad- was buried Tuesday afternoon In tho county ere in the throes of n coal fatn-- j vocate. Lancaster cemelary. Aunt .Muria was Sheriff. "His sermons were all earnest, one of the few black mummies leflhav- ine, and the best consolation obtainable K. WALKER. A. He ingservcd is "to hope for the beat and prepare searching, straightforwaid pleas. in that capacity even in days. She belonged to the for the worst." A single car arriving spoke without sensationalism, iu.d with County Attorney. out criticism or prejudice, but straight Walker family and had dates to prove at irregular and infrequent intervals is GREEN CLAY WALKER. from the shoulder, anil ill a way that she was over tine hundred years old. prorated out to consumers at the ratio made will never be She was u nurse of Mr. David of ten bushels to the consumer, and is the impressions County Court Clerk. forgotten. Euch night a large audience Walkir. The end came unexpectedly quickly disposed of. deW. A. DOTY. as the day she died she was active Local dealers are unable to get coal, gathered and the people of every or promises as to when they may ex- nomination went drawn to him by his both physically and mentally mid pass- ' For Jailer. pect to be supplied. d into the Great Heond without u .Messrs Hudson, pure anil true gospel preaclrng. Hughes & Farnau showed us a telegram, llunyau McLeod. 1'h. I).. IVtor Unit- struggle. DAVID ROSS. duplicates of which had been sent to ed I'resbyterian Church, Harrudsburg, Ky. si dilferent mines in un elfort to Assessor. We are not in conipetlon with the AT "CHARITY'S; (shipments, meeting with no suc11. RAY. E. meetings now in progress at tho MethThe warm, clinging waters of tho cess with any of them. The date of Dr. Arnolds odist church. The fact that the miners in eastern shoals in which we waded last October County School Superintendent. and Mr. Stebbings coming was set sevKentucky are taid to have resumed of that royal fellow, the baa, ago and could not be chan- in search .MISS JENNIE HKKilNS. eral months operations on the Kill mat does not tend ged. With the closing of tho meetings is no lunger a dream hut an actuality. tu leheve the situation in the least, and Tho lunch on the rocka between lowerCoroner. at the Methodist church let there be the dealeis are unable to hold out any no change uf aim or of interest simply ing clilfs and hillsides made giurious by S. H. ANDERSON definite? hope as to when the situation coloring the Master Aitist is also an a change of place. Wuaie co opera t actuality.of And then the return to will improve. Tho dealers will continue ing nut combatting in tho onu great Magistrate District No. 1. Charity's in the evening, the frying to do their utmost to treat all alike, cause viz; the spiritual uplift of all and J. 11. CLARK. allowing only ten bushels to the cuslish comirlnghng their perfume witli tho salvation of the unsaved, odors of the surrounding at' tomer from each car as they may reno the sweet 1 ouug and old ot all creeds and Magistrate District No. inusphcre, the warm clothing, the ceive it, mid bliould the weather all are invited tu attend. creed at blazing wood lire, the merry laugh uf suddenly aevern there would unISON. Rev. 11. S. Hudson, Pastor bewhiskercd Fred. Saulley, John. Jim, doubtedly besutferingin the community. and Englehart, the pipes, the dying Magistrate District No. 3. The oft made prediction of u ear LAND STILL BOOMING. embers, the feather beds but 'vhats ugu that the war would make itself JOHN S. HAM. the use? You can't understand. We Mr. Murrs Swinehroad, ton of ( felt is indeed coming true, and the perthe- Lancaster real will be home lust of week. son who secured a supply of coal, even llright Swinehroad, Magistrate District No. 4. One Of The Fishermen. at what was considered exoibitant estate man, was here Saturday and J. M. METCALF. prices, is Indeed to bo congratulated on told u Messenger reporter there was in the boom in real estate Ids forethought. no let-u- p HANDSOME FARM RESIDENCE goin;; on in Garrard county. Land is REPUBLICAN TICKET. Mr. Joe Haseldeii will begin the erecbringing enormous prices and every BACK IN MARCH. piece olfcred linJs a ready buier. The tion of a handaomti residence on his For County Judge. We Dr. J.J, llyrne, the optician, left boom is not limited to Lancaster but farm on the Stanford road soon. FOREST STAI'P. Lancaster last week for western Ken- extends over the entire county. Such can highly recommend the neighbors to tucky towns. He will be back in Lan- high prices and great demand never Joe and w are sure whoever he brings For Asjtswr. caster again about the first week in before existed In this section of the as u neighbor will need no ! State.- - Danville Messenger. March. A. T.. SCOTT, Mr. Thompson Maret Arnold, on. .if nl I... I m,tdt litnltli' r..iwii'f citizens of Garrard county, died at his home on the Lexington road Sunday 11Y MRS LEILA afternoon ut tiw o'clock, the end com-- 1 H Mi KKt'HND. Lm tkh. K. ing peacefully. Mr. Arnold was a native of Garrnnl Countv having been born hen Nov. litis 1st", and had rlwnya perwiwl TOMATO RELISH. farming ami stock raising s an industry. Hiving to his good judgment, 1 peck of tomatoes. I unHHis. thrift and i:idustry he was ow of our 5 green pepper. t risl sweet Htp)Mr, must proierous farmers. i ten eufi uf rMilt. On Dec. I. 1 m'.;. he whs tuarriml to l'ut in n bar awl let drain SI hours. Thn tati S )4t of Miss Margaret Anderson, daughter of To this awl wld one pint of sugar. the late Clayton Anderson. J table ptiHw esVr; 1 tahlwsNorH union eight children were liorn. they white imxtar I esl. are. Messrs Chivton, Simeon ldceasel) four this over the tottmtoes etc. nfier they have drained. Ashby. and Lee. wlm has joined the colors, and Mesdnmcs Win. llutnelt. seal as other canned fruits or vegetables. lien King, James Watford ami Clyde - .l Qf I Vell Known Aomcn. i: lurg ji rd I!, it EVERY PERSON SHOULD READ M.r,....i.m..J "THE INSIDE MYSTERY" Rev. 1(17 Studies in Scriptures Vol. 7. Explaining every verse In order or Revelation and Ezckiel, showing why the great world-wa- r cenie, how it will end shortly, and events to follow and other astonishing Information now due to be understood from prophecy. The greRtcst crises of the ages Is here and every thoughtful person should read the solution according to the Only real source of authority-t- he Bible. ORDER TODAY! CLOTH f 608 PAGES 60c POSTPAID International 13-1- 7 Sihie Students Sssociation Hicks Street. BROOKI Yiv. N. Y r ? f V- - V VV'' y"'ll-.ncT f. o. 1) M'.-- '. ., ' v M...UI Flint. Midi Price 7!r.()0 with a war m uf ?2."i0 means the best car on the market. Phone me and I will be glad to demonstrate this car to you Mnko adjoining towns at schedule ri(T!. Open tiny & night BEX GABAGE. A, D. BRADSHAW, Prop. A -- rJ rjX m LJID t Huii;kllel Price ?J.2fi5.00 f. o. h. Flint, Mich., with a war tux of Ml. .10 "T - siutnr' ftg1 The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 18, 1917. 9P 2 table modist Suits. In our new showing of And with it comes the d mand for heavier Dresses--fo- r warm Cloakmgs and comfor- Winter isNear Plush (Boats. The New Plush Coats are exceedingly attractive and so differant. Our assor tment of Plushes contains all the new ideas in lines trimming, collar ideas, etc. The woman who figured on a Plush Coat this fall, will do well to inspect these models. We want to show you our excellent value in Coats, Suits and Dresses made of the newest weaves in all wool cioths. WOOLENS AND SILK DRESS FABRICS we have a comprehensive display that will be the joy of every style lovers heat -a wealth of colorings, styles and designs that will charm you with then daintiness of fixture and unqualified worth. The Joseph A SQUARE DEAL ASSURED. o THE ONE PRICE STORE. which was P ssrs Dalton Rich. .las. Nevius. ihi- - Keii.pl took nlate l Kali Ii .Mr lllilWH J. N. Ilr.lWH Were ' Ow llmv ..ir.n.il ir.ol.. Ivisii m in Richmond, Sunday. lironxht &!l:.uU; one mule to W. H. M . 1.1'. Stnpn of Ilrreu College. --'" for5157.; one to ili'l Demiv for visited lin parent. .Air. ami Mm. Kor- - ?lfc!.; W. O. Walker two aned mules -for $I0. ; R. .1. Walker one yearling it tapp. Sunday and Mumlaj. r 4w i I One & Two Horse Wfeeat Drills1 ( Gossip Abouf Fertilizer Attachments and Plow. e M ssm Class 15. Carrier. I'uiil Klliott anil T. J. Prie- - were in Lexington. Sun. lav. Jilts The a!e of advertised in A. K. Wnlk.-- CUT THIS OUT -IIS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut cut ih! tiip. enclose it with Sc and mail to Foley Co., 28 13 Sheficld Ave, Chicafio, III., writing your nana and address clearly. You will receive in return n Irial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for hronchial and fa grippe coughj, coldj and croup: Foley Kidney PilU, for lane Pack, weak k"Jncyj, rhcumatiim. h!adJcrtronb!ci;and Foley CathanicTab-lets- , a wholesome and thoroughly clear., ing cathartic for constipation, biliouincu. headache and sluggish bovcls. You w:II also receive, free ol charge, Foley's Family Almsnac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints"; Tolcy's Booklet on "Kidney Diseases" and o lew simple suggestions fcr those has ing kidney and bladder troubles. You can cccurc all these for only Sc Kor yule liv al. dealers. T People V? John Dcrrc Wsjon, Out e Birdscll Wagon. One Closed Carriage . One I)mi'i!. twj (ins KnKii'i'f Uric Ohio Silo Killer One Manure Spriml-- t lolin Dorro Wiiifony. All at attraotivo priii-- r One Killing I'lnw Ilo.ilors Tin Prior-- . Will Sail Yon Sou out new RanUes and f.ri j Uriel Mention of thr Comings and ly Thc; Vt Arc "(limited In. J. R. WE MOUNT 5c CO. Deal House. The HAVE A NICE LINE OF Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Bain Coats, Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Hats. Ladies Ready-To-We- ar iiinpoiiiioa Soe our lint! awl (Jot our priors Wo met-- i Your trade is very rniioli nppreoi.iteu Sander's Variety i.m sti:k. ky Store. from ffK. t$I05 1'i.t.ert Todd him ri'tiirniMl from f""m"K "'I' ents Mol.l-ive- ll. Mm-lle- nry unci... Mr. Moo.e. I apt. Am Itjurne the a short visit in Wilmure. when KniK William KavannuKh uml John V- - it comen to auctioned inn la ?ure in lilt Jim. Woods Walker has tteeti ii recent ilri.ltt of Centre College. Danvil'e, vii- - prime fur the prices he i. KettinK at truest of Mm. tlenrcie Ibiliin-olieu ineir uiremx Mitun.ay ntnl hunildj. the Kale, having hail a sale for eery The l htiiilHUii Circle met wltli Mrs. Mm. lien Hughes. Mrs tUi t.aim s and ,lj' ,I,U w,,,-Mm- . T. Iiihn-iI'riri' Tuemlay ufteriiiinu. llrown are in the Ddtiville Mr. J. T. Arnold, of Uichtmiml. was lliwiital. and aie netting a(), nicelj, here for the funeral uf Mr. T. .M. Jw J. Walker, Jr. II. 1 iOllll. UNI! If IN THIS Clll.l).MN.1 A rnolil. IIinfMttl. .1. W. :iti.l l...rl.... Mr. Hen llui;lit liui liven operated IIuiIkoii wete in Uwinuton. Mnmlav, in ... un in Danville Saturday and'is ncttint; the interest n! the Second l.ihertv Ixian HioiiL' line. Mr. and Mm. lAjan Carpenter mul Handsome square iiiuno fur sale. ii) ' Mm John M. parra and Mini .Inhi-letl- n little son. John Patrick, and Mi Ve-Mrs J. (). lloijie. Willi Mr. snent the week-enCarpenter, and .Mr Juhn M. Curpeiiter, tiUh SA,'b or xvl" vellanKL- - fur nlw' motored thru from tli-- ir Imino in jj Mrs Joe liurimide. VcarlniKi. Kentucky. vvre Okla.. V""' "nules-- 1 lcarl,nl-'-- hi' Mr. Sam llmiriie ami mm, Mr. Jim lien l!.K-- Mr. J. O.to Keid and family. ' 11 1 'w year"'u- f.rl r. farra. of liiiin ne. have rcturii.l after n pleasant KOK UKNT; The-- Squire llovle proptn Mitchcl, Inil. :) visit At the last meetltiK of the 1). A. II. erty, l'osession Nov. loth. Mr. ami Mm. Carlton Klkin motored ehapler. Mrs. Joe E. Hobinsan was npH. C. Hamilton. Siimlav for a short ii! tn Harrisl-hur- tf .Mrs. Kobinsun ui.d iwinted l.'rKcnt. to Mrs. Klkin'H aunt. iil Mis Joan Monnt will attend the D. A. "J'ou have Hemp Seed to sell, write Mis.s (lf..rijiM Moss nil Annie Pow- - I!. convention to be held in Cincinnati or telephone ii' .11. wliu in- nttHtnliiiK Richmond i lib C. h. Ml KM SKKD CI). Nor next week. Tliey will be the iruests of inal. uen- - wri-- end quests of their Mm. Ueorce McKoberit while there, j I.e.liiKtoti, Kv. Mr Mr. Ilenrj Moore of Normal wa, recent visitor ... hi. School, J"'" ' 'm'. U.flK; f'" cow 'J;: Mra AS YOU KiOW This is a velour sea- son i i parent. Jli- Help The MEM Operator. J Annie MaiKaret Clkin iiihI Will PATROTiC NOTICE. l!li-Annul li.n e returned tn I.exiou-tm- i ulti-- i th, week-en- d All citizens of I.u'.custrr ni.d vicinity with families. will meet at the Court House Frida W T. Weht hint returned from niKlit at iMOoi 'ock to consider plans villi N. ('. much improved in hsaltli, and make arrangement? for Ihe Breut ilw) reimrt the improvement uf drive to lie mad" next Wednoday. her son, Willie llolle. I head of cattle, for Sale-Tlnrt- een nine yenrlinj-s- , 4 three ' cows nr.il calves. Also IT shoats. H W. M. Ca-eUnule 3. Paint l.ick. Ky. See our Line Also our line of FOR RENT. serve You Better. The trivial s of Itev, Ii Ji. Noel are pleated to learn his ainht hs been re Mured through an operation of Dr. S.ittlei of Cincinnati. lr. Willi.ni llurnett Telephone subscribers arc urjjed to call by num- Miss Canne Mae, joined and dmiKhter. Mm llurnett ber and not by name. In a community of this size the here on of the setiou. Illness operators cannot possibly remember the names of all anil death ol Mr. T. ,M. Arnold subscribers; when you call by name you delay your II' Mm. Saune IIUHhet and Master are spentiin l"e week in service and hamper its efficiency. Faint Kick, ami with Mm. J. 1:. .Mount while .Mr Hughes is on his lislunj; tiip. AH telephones are known to the operators jy Mls Alberta Anderson hat leturned numbers which are on the switchboard directly in from l.oiiiHwIleniuchlmpiinedm hvaltli front of them. The directory is your index to the lifter a stnv lit St. Anthony's iointnl hiuI an switchboard and should be COItSUlted before making 8 Kuit,r. operation by Dr. Watlian for call. .Mr. Adolph Juseph is in the city this Call by number and help the Operator Sei'Ve week bminK aools for tlu Joseph Meieautile Co. Ho will return by way you better. of Louisville, where lu act-miI , will iitleml tin- - Uruud IimIui-- . Nice live room eiittap;e wjtli hath and electric lights, ham and lart;e enrdeu, REID--WHITE. on Hill St. Possession Jan. 1. PJI8. The maniace of Miss Anne Iud In See W. S. Kmurv, or wrile me al ;!"J"d E. HiRhSt.. I.e.MiiKtun. It. I'. Embrv. Mr. William W. White of Indianapolis. 9 SMI. Indiana, took place today at ut the homo of the bride on KiehmunU AUTO FOR SALE street, the marriage beini; the culniin- ai.on oi a inree years nappy court.liip. Itisvini; enlisted in the semee ol Mi.s Held is the younaest daughter -- Uncle Sam" I oiler my .Moline Itoad-o- f Mr. J, (). Iteid of this city, and is a 8ter fl)r ,,,1 Cal) on I)r j l.atrlck lieauuful (jirl. lovable and charming. injnt ,,tfKi Mr. White is to be eoiiKnitulated. ' W. K Carman. " Mr. White is a splendid vounu business man of exemplary habils. holding n NflTlfF ' lucrative position with the J. I), Adams ' 1 " '"'sl lm" ""l"11"1 fruit and shade Company of lndianawlis. and the hap- py jouiik couple start out in life with ueo' """'"""K snruus. inutinr.l. apar ' "K1"- per- u'"!- r"1"' the briRhtest prospect. ""iaK etc. is in Hie FAI.l.. (let uur The bride was attired in u taillu, '" of evcrythuu: coloie.l travelii.K Kown with pretlv hat Mw' and earn,..! a e..rs.,r M,.i ..f"..,.,L- lor Orchard. I.awn and tiarden. Fine.-- t rose-bud- s and lillies of the valley. 'I'll. stock (jriiwu anywhere. ' II. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, groom was attired in the conventional street suit. ihI. Lexmcloii, Kentucky. uit lie in all the new shades New goods each week. RELLA ARNOLD '''"K Immediately after the impressive Bastin Telephone Co.S THAT CHEAP. EOOF nd Mrs. 1 Al. Tinder ami ami .Martha Tinder attend. uiven in their lioiior by ' the Christian church ol North Middle- town Thursday eveninj;. .Mi Charloy llallew reutwl from Mr, . . ..t...., i. ii. . .uiu ui.iiu-u- n i lesioenee itiiiiwn us Ihe 'Kirej-r- y place" on Itichinoiid St The fr.ends of this popular couple will he Kind to learn they have rented III. ir farm and will live in tuwn. Messrs Co'eman Culluvund Joe Kelly have ri'luriieit fuim the "jumpiiiK off plnco" where thuv landed .Messrs Jan. llcuiley. Saulley HtiKhes, John Farm. Fred I'risble uml Holt Klkin. At this point the lisherinen hired unions to convey them into the wilds of Kock-cusil- e mid Laurel. ".Skinny" says no cunioullace wua reiuired as they all looked like. "Wild Men From Ilorneo" after the ride. eeremuiiy Hud-oi- i. ierfurmed by Iiev. II. S. Ihey took th.- - Irani fur Louis-vill- e and IihImikuhiIih. CHANGE IN ROAD. rtumoing HEATING. GUTTERING. ROOFING, ROOF RE- HAPPY FAMILY REUNION need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU THE PAINT Mr. mid Mrs. It. II. llatson had a crv delightful reunion of .Mrs. l';" son's family, Mr. and .Mrs. J. II. Hilton, Mr. Hilton's sister, Mrs. Marxarel Hnrrold; Mrs. Hilton's only sister, Mis J. Thus. Cherrt ami her liushund, Mr. Cherry of Ctnb Orchard, Mr. uml .Mm. j MoRoberts Drug Store 1"! ' . Pr...l llt.iiltilli t.11.1 tw.i tltll.tirirl- cis and Doris Hello uf Nodules Arizona, Mr and Mrs. Frt-zie- r Hurt and miii. Frailer Jr. Miss John Eva Hilton of We will 011 .1 On-l- i I Ml-II n.i.l Mr, I'rnli i, . 'SATURDAY. OLTtHIEU Hilton and .0,.. Ju.nes llutner.' Mri and sell to the hiuhest bidder Mr- - w ! II.!., . tn.. iii... V..11 "l 1vo .. MANSE SCHOOL HOUSE, on Hilton of StmifouJ Ky, The only niisi- - the Uiclimoml pike, three miles from Paint of Leban ' Lick, ini sitter, Mrs John lllackboard, bell and all school on Junction was kept uvvay on account reserved. illness uf her little daughter. furniture of thu TEIt.IS;-One-thi- rd cash payuble All kinds of pla'n and funey sewini:, AlbciU. A delightful menu had been pre- January lot, 191$. the balance one and at reasonable prices. Satisfaction pared fur the noon-da- y meal by Mm. two years. Mm. F. Mornaii. Kuarunteeil. County Board of Education, Kichmond St, next door below Powell' liaison and u family teunioi) loni; to be j store. remembered wus enjoyed by all present Miss Jennie Higcins, b'upt. Notice is hereby Kiven that a petition has be, n tiled ill tllo Canard Cutintv Coutt by K K.Swopeand others for an alteration and chmiL-- e m the County roiAl rtinniiu' from the Lancaster and Nientilasville-turuiiik- e road to the Fish. ers Ford turnpike road throuith the lumls of K. K. Swope, Elizabeth liuike r ami otners. This fth day of j,7 W. A. DOTY. County Koail EiiKlneer. lo PUBLIC SALE. PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business tipprcoiiiteil. will .,. FUTURE FARMER TIi future fanner Hill lie th. best ciltinilrd lti:iii In Atnrrlr Hi- will In- - :i chemist, Willi In enable him In din Ills xnlK hi frrtllls'rrs mill III. f'MMl Stuffs II III HUlkl' tlll'lll Ilic maximum of pmllt lll lie ii botanist ulth Hi' litnr.vlotlgo In I'liiiMi' Mill to Like mlmtiliiire nf tin' bins of In I illij In hriiil illsi'ii'ii-n"li- ;i : iiml lntit. Il' will keep pace Willi eiory iiiovt"" nit-li- t worlil at tin' Which rilll In' tlirill'll tn lll-- l l.ll vantage. Hi- - will In- - iililr t i greatly to Increase I lie- iiuiuitlly mill quality nf III wheat mill corn, yegctalilosi :iinl ffult, nit-tontnl wool, wllhoiir having tn mill ii single acre tu III Held. null I will, at my home on Stanford street at one o'clock, on The Central Record. Thursday, Oct 18. 1917. 1 Statement Of The Ownership, Manafe-men- l, BY M sa THE HILL ROAD) By JEAN STUART. Isa irculalion, Etc., Required Rjr The Act Of I'pnucjs of Augusl BiW na rei fci ri Ri a The Jiiiing win in. sluing on ii log October 1st l!"17 III the slimmer shade was conscious State of K), County nf (iHrriird. up from the that someone mi Itit'ore me. r. N'otarv I'lihln to bmI for hilt tiiiil mid that lie- Inches at the the Stall- nml emintv nfiireSHiil, person-allShe II p.irtisl. nl 'e of t' e load li.l-t It. I.. Klkin. who luinu n.v th.it ii i.iati was looking out of the ti Of The 24. 1912. Central liecord. piiblitlied at l.niirnitrr, KeiiturKi lor - l I spH-iiris- lllll "It". HAVE SHED FOR FARM Implement! TOOLS Should Be Cleaned and Stored After Using Paint Bruth Is Important SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1917 i Tlvcry fnriniT should have n shed Ills tools nml tin' tools sliimlil nml placed In tin shed ns soon one Is tliriniKli using tlii'in. Ofli'ii ii tlil saves tlini1 mill delay whi-the timl Is wnnteil lati-- r nn. , Tin- - paint liruli should be uiil freely on the woodwork ami other part that become worn. This costs Imt little anil mills years to the life or the tiiul.s. The tool house nets) not he ii costly building. A good riMif with rlienp siding will ilo ami any man should lie alile to put It up nt nilil times. fir sell the following property: About 8 r. ere hemp crop; part or whole co n PLAN TO KILL GRASSHOPPERS Use Device Like One Shown In Illustration to (jet Rid of Pest When They Come Next Year. There are section where the grass, hopper Is an animal pest. When thej euiiK" next veasoii try till ohl ileiee The Hcpperdozer. 1 for getting rhl of them. It wa li -t until during the migratory grasshopper year nf 1ST It consist of shal pans eoutiilnliig oil or low siieet-irotur. iniiiintisl on low- - wheels or sled runners. An upright screen at the hark cilehe the "hoppers" a. the machine drawn forwanl. r- COTTONSEED MEAL INFERIOR Fine Grading and Adulteration With Feeds of Lower Value Are Means Being Employed. That cottonseed meal despite its high price I generally Inferior In quality this year I the conclusion reached liy chemists at the Ohio experiment station. I'lue grinding and adulteration with feens of lower value are e prodmean Used to make u uct. The removal nf the lint from the cot ton seed to make gnu cotton allows the hulls to mix with the meal. A lot of cottonseed laeal bought liy the to experiment station was guaranti-ocontain :!S.r. per cent protein ln:t "it" sample iiiial.v7.eil -- "..'I per cent mul a second only 17.4 per cent. It couialned ti large niuoiiiit of Ilnety ground Imll, Willi li have lower feeding value Ih iu oat straw- or corn stnnr. A caiload 1 also contained less protein than guarantied. (If ten hfynds In the latest Inspection hill'ellll of the Ohio state lioard of agriculture nine were bolmv their guar: utee. tlve-to- n 11 - SILAGE Seventeen RATION IS FAVORED C8 Per Cent Moie Milk and PerCent Mare Butter Fat Secured at Ohio Station. The girl's eye rested softly on the chimney. DU-o- cr deeayisl "I wn wondering jou nunc." she acknowlcdcisl, "if those who lltsl 1 I to lie here had forgottti all iiliout the old home. I am merely u summer Isninler oer at Partner llray's. nml 1 a little hIhiim iihout jnu, I hate think - mid of the other " two-hor- se There wns a lone silence before he answered her. "I found out early that I would go out and make my way In the world." he said "I had hard woik the first live jenrs. I'.nt things begun to come my nn) at last. I could Imild 11 beau-tlfu- l home iiImiiii lhl mill If I wlhcl dining table; One folding bed; 1 new polished round oak' .. t ...... ii.i..i 1....... 1 set of timt-i- mt stoves including one Kadient Home in good condition; mat i would lit.--. 7 mm 11111 am 1101 si urr. niniin It I have plenty of good.barn or as i... the i.,neii,t place m ..ii the will This world- - haunted with i;hot. i:ery- here is Kone." In hand. Over that amount ''' ' TITRM! All Kiitns nf 3J20.00 mid "Vou pfal;. n rh.ii. of the iloe or l It the iim-- nml hor,"0 stio 1st, a bankable note without lisklll. "I smi1,,. more esptilally." he snlil. "of a tiny clrl that I neil to nill my little eetheiirt. Where N "he now, I Homier? How the roll Hi in they ko!" The clrl t iirn.il ami looknl at hltn. "Itul iloulitless tho year uae ou far more than lhe tiMik nay." she sjilil srailll. "inn' tliuli it that wuy )i A t mi it Ins,. tiahy In life. i he tlionsht he louil. lies par-doBOOKKEEPING lfK almost tlliiner time lth the Mrnmnnmj. lira.w. anil I miit so." i ircwiuiuiuuu "Hut mill a moment!" he erleil, Incurpomted. areally Hrturlieil. in she wiih pilnc wntolniTSMjTH BUSINESS CQLLEQE ( past him. "I asketl I iiskeil ncaiii anil kaa ar nf tvrisnr (a Bltrflill1' I iikiiIii anil when I found that "In- - was rt.ntrr you OK rorri ami w.im-- a ff ncr. to lie an helri""t ami I win u mere ilrmli.-- '' In ii harilnare hoiisf, with rlotht-t- . I did xrimy hnmls and not ak asnln." 83. Phones aU'J-F-All Orders Kecei"t: i'niinnt Attention She hail iaisii, Hi,- - rtlttleil white siiiiliouiiot haiiKlus hark from her fare ami fniniliii: It In. "I hae no iloiiht jnii have even forgotten how nho liMiki-ilshe said presently. golden luiir." he "She hail n world of SilJiVoith of hardv plants mid hull's HMe and ii replleil, "Her name for fall p'antiim I'OSTI'AID foro-ilthere Wim a illmple III each cheek when SI no. Write for particularism! t Khh he l.inulinl. I'trhapt you hae heard KAI.I. I'l.DWKl: HOOK, wlili h telln the tlras Mk of Iut. They were This to piHiit. lunv to plant hiuI when what fond of h-- r once." to plant. "Yes." she wild, moilni: slowly toward the openlni: In tho taiiL'li-i- l SINGER. THE FLORIST "I Ii:im heanl them speak of n Ci!l you to an iJcj! vjcauun hluli op in the m ! hert She hiii adopted, as joii say, noil HARKODSBUKG. KV' i ROUTE, P. of Wotcrn North Cj:o1uu.- Djys full ot Interot, hiis eiliieatiit. nml had the world at activity and sport nisbts of refrchlni; lomfort and her feet, one might ny. And yet I V ,1 solid sleep. to me that someone heard It told me she i iiine ti.n l; heii not toiiu I lU'iv. uur health in the dear, cool mountain 1 mm to liMik ut the old lioine and to air. Co campiiHi in the ivoods clluli the t cross the rroek at the old plan1 " pejUj -- play jjolf, tennis -- ci'Joy ilrivinc and Aoyrni' ili'iiirii-i- i a lie had our lleellui: cllmpse of licr Bis, line lioteli ur quiet, ine.xpen-Jv- i us she looked hail, nt him from In-- "lacet. whichever ,ou piefjr. A llood of ros, tHeeii the leaM". 1 crop; 30 shocks of sugar cane; about one ton of baled straw and a lot of timothy hay. Two Jersey heifers; one or more hogs; Boar, Blue Grass Colonel, No 68 , Junior Champion in 19 6; five hemp brakes, two new ones; one corn planter; one sled; one hay rake; one buckboarcl; three double shovel plows. extension pardon. If I have oit," he said isinrtetitil. rerun lug hi hat "Hut I Used to he familiar with- - with this some year ngo, ami I am trying to recall till It I s.i much thiiugod that I place. inn hardly reallre It I the same." The .lining woman followed the direction of hi eye. He wn looking at n disordered heap that had niii'e liecti n chimney, and at oierlhrown mid rot- tiiit liloeU of wood that had once I n the pillar of ii house "Time ocm to hae made many chance here," she nld quietly, without nny eiiiliarriissment. He looked iiromul Hindu, with a lingering clanee. and siit down on the olher cud of the log, "Till Is the remain of the houe In which I wa iMirn." he said tlioiight-fnlly- . after n silence. "It tin tieen a Illght alHiiit It. lent:, lime lncc I mrr there wa my room. There wa n rose vine hot the window my motha wild liraiich of er planted It It I griming et. And that old chimney! I couldn't reallre that the old house would he June when I came niralii. If .mui know' what It iiieiui. 1 old "I beg jour lc!!cc I baton heartache because the hoiie tin fallen down." r ilulv swnrn ik vitdii u to luw. mid .ivf that he Is the I'libli-he- r of the IVntrn' lieeord 1. That the tinmen hiiiI iu(ilr ".. s ot the pulillslicr. iditur, HKiiHKiri: editor, and sre; l'ublisher. IVntrnl Itecoril. I.ancsster Kentucky. Kditur, J K lioliinson. l.sncsstrrKy ManaciiiK IMitor, It. I,. Klkin. Lancaster, Ky llusiness MaiiaKer. It. I.. Klkin, Lancaster Ky. That the owners nre;((iive names nisi addresses of iniltvidiinl owners, or if n rorsirstion, uive its name and the names and addresses of stockholders nivnini; or hotihns I ier cent or inure of the total amount of stock.) .1 I.. Ilobinson, Lanrnster Ky Trances C. liobinaon, Imcaster Ky IE. I.. Kikm. Lancaster Ky Central liecord, Incorfsirutrd, l.ait rastn, Ky. .'t. That the knoivo bomlholdrrs, mmtk'a;es, and olher security holders owiiini; or holdiri; 1 per crnt or mun of amount of Isuids. innrieaKrs. er oilier src'rities are; None. 'I hut the niiTip' tiiniil.tr of cnues of each issue is this piibliealiaii sold or distribiittd, IhroiiKli the nails or other wise, to paid subscribers inK the six months precedine; tht ilau (This Information is shoiti above is rniuircil frntii dailv publi.ations onlvi It. I.. Kikii, Sworn to ami suhcribtd brfire me '.Mil da of SeH l'l7. W V ( hmnf Nntur Tutihc. I.ancastrr. Ki V Commission Kipires Jan IS, . COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. J. heating sale take place rain shine three furniture, roiini.;,iM I' u.der. csh interest until January 1918. "t '"vi F. M. TINDEE. jer Capt. Am Bourne. Auct, UacobSchuIzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All n. Occasions. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs' Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Planting! Wm. F. For Fall Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU w if NOTICE Ciirrey Robinson Blue Grass farm Lvi in JMiHinim r h'.i.Vi'tti- - ouini- - u. Inns libt. t,t.tM4l tvt tW lowtsi r.nirtj trip Um jiul 11 iijyel r fumlJi Ctt nml of tin1 In ffi'illiii sllnai-- . nioro llos art T. Tlil ymr j hrini: 'milt ' a Ill llki'ly M-- n huvi-iiunilior I'lvi-lii- l ' juti-r- . wl.o hi . i to "ran" tho turn crop. i ll"tt i u J .u I I i'iit inori' nillU ntnl : t;if on i.- iiiivfitt urn--- iviit inori- - ImtttT fnt wiw ju-- liuvil 4 li iluirj I'im'K fill lawly Mhu.v tliuli ' ' x I J .v liy otlii iH foil imiitily ti Kmln ration In l u tost lonilui-triut tho "'ii' :iKih iiltumi I'xpi'rlini'iit Million. Tiiv. liutti-- r fat at l: slluui' rut Ion protlut'iil n uts a iKiiiinl, ami iho j.Ttiln ration nt ins tmisui immii miiiiphi sswmws Tiw pountN of ilry inntn-i-fai- i '1 i wnrn-InThe unUersiKiieU In tho form of kIIuko it ho iiroiliiivil to nil persons not to tresm.' uw.t inst limn oni' iiouinl In hiiKurluols our hinds lor nny puriiosu whatever us othi-- r Itiuo hhoivn. we will prosecute all offenders to ful list extent of - law. Hunters and BENEFICIAL TO STIR DEEPLY Fishermen especia'lv tske notice, a ' U. I.. Klkin Eil & N 11 Trice Where Soils Contain Much Organic J. C. Kiiraby. II. L". Arnold. Matter It Is Best to Get Some of John Tiitum. Mm. K. 1.. l'razee Subsoil on Surface. T. It. Sluvin. K. 1.. Arnold. It. I.. HurUer. Whin miIIh I'imluin much urcatilc C. M. Moberly. li. M. Lear. mutter, us all cood garden nolU should, S. C. lti(lby. Sinn Daily. very deep stirring Is ut alt times beno-llcla- Julia I'arks Ollice Phone 18. A. I.. Gibbs. J. I). Nsvlor. In the W. S. Ferguson, net portion of tho subsoil hurfuco or workablo soil. James M. White and wife. To do this In sandy soil often dilutes We will add other numes for 'J'i cents tho rich fiurfuca soil with Eaud cash. low In plant food. j Hi'CiUiso t hn If'..'- H. C. fCINC, Diiiiwn P,iit-rni'nen: rhuviiu lloul B1J ... IH -t Main at Ltiin n. Ky. E- a color had suept oter either cheek, and in the mlilsi of the rose hiis ii dimple. A look of iiiii;ri''I i oiiipri'heuslon llashrd lulo his face hut before he mid speak she was pine, of font. lie had always been howew-- r and liildes lie knew the way to I'aruier Cray's. and the way led across the little creel; at the foot of the hill. (CopyrlBlit. Ill" l W rj. Chapman.) Useless Wishes. "I wish 1 liml not iloiio It I wish I had not said It." I low often we hear nml say these wolds, Itut of what use lire IheyV Nolhlua Has oyer ilruuecd bark from tho past by n wish that It Is the wish that eiiine ufleriMiril. climes before, sills I prompts;' ut to be brrtiiise we deolre In do and i.v wlnil U best, that Is worth any thins. I'reyentlni; Is better than re- iK'iillnjr, because preveutliiK spares the reiientlui: that Is tmulile to recall the deed iloiie, ami the word spoken. Day Rum. The basis nf bay ruin Is Jamaica of rum, made from the skimSt.Crnlx ming of the sugar hollers, the senile Ink's of sugar barrels, ami (ho wash ings from sugar pots. For tbe best grade of bay rum the rum must bo free from forelgu odors ami almost color 11 i, i!l ? :2 POSTED mmmmimu CAI!l!Altl CIKCl'IT COL'ltT. I). I'os-- . at. I'lintiir. VS Itilby Tutlier. et si. Defembuta. lursu.i;u to u judgment tendered ut the August Teim. UdT, the iir.itrrsiRti-ei- l Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, K). at II o'clock A. M., on MONDAY, OCTOIIKIt li.'. 1917. it Mnjr thr first day of the Carranl County Court term, the rial mrnticned in the and cribetl as follows, Tract 1. lleinjc the same property thkt was conveyed to James Turner b) Jemima Corder and husband, by dr-- d dated Dec. 1C, I'.HW. and rrcotiled i.i the Garrard County (.'Ink's Oilier. Deeil Hook 'Jo, (iam- and the same is itescribtd as folloMs; A certain lot of ground and brick business and dwelling house thrreon, in Lancaster, Garrard Count. Ky. on the Southeast corner of Campbell and llufoid St. and Isiunded on the North by ilufunl street, on the Kasl by an alley, on by the proiettv of .he Hopper heirs, ai d on the West bv Catnnhelt street and bemi; lot No. ;C, on the plat ot the lltv of l.iitirasti-i- . nml . tniniii about one half acre. IractJ Hrini; the same that was conveyed to James M, Turner by (leorRi-llak- t I Mini wife, by deed dul.l lerortied in the tiarrairl Count) Clerk s mlire in Deed Hook No. Pane ,VI. and ilaini Jan. 17, lltltl, and is in the limn ot Lancaster Ky. In the Hrkrr AdJitioo of said CiH on Tutten Avenue, beyinmrj: at a .oini i n Hie .Northwest corner of the bam trontir on Tallin Aw-rue- , . thenci-s.' HI IV, tlinr,. s I .VS h li"fi feet to Moru.i s In... ail thence with Stormes line no ,.iisivrnl. ilirn lion iVet to a point tln oie parallel v.lth the tirsl line N I ,y, W litfi fret to the lieeinninir. coiitainini? At acies. There is Included In thi.i u or.e half inteiest in the cistr-- i, ,o what H kuoMii as the V'lllium lliimler stable lot. now- - owned hi Link .lores, and thete is excluded Iroin tins boumlarv i. miiill lot sold to Sam Yenkev contain-ini- r abi lit three quartern of an ,iere llie purpose ot this sii - herein is In divide tne prorreils xrmni; from the sale of the properly atneiifj tin. olnt may anp. ar. owners as their li.teit-sTKIt.MS. The sale will tv muile on a r.tdit of six and tnelve inonths, in seiurate tracts, and the purchaser or purchasers will be leiillrei to xecule hnmls with approved icuuti d.i tin- - pur.has.. price, aaid bonds bearini; inti-rer- t at six per cent hum date until paid, Imv im- - tbe force ni d etrrcl of n judument uimiii which ma) unv ablo to W. II. liruun, Master Com. misaloner (if Hie (iarrard Cii ( nn-- t ! i hen will be reserved upun the property sold herein until all the purchase Inoiiev is r id. W II llltOW N. M C O C ( J. IX Itobiiison. Atfy fur I'IIT Cajit, A. M IhHiriie, Auct. dr. t'i If HIGHEST PRICES PAID Itsmlltaats MsIItd m Day Sblpaual is fUccirsd Funeral Director and Embalmec X. No Coramiiiioa . o Tij Resilience l'limie Writs far Pries List sad Shipplas Tsss Lancaster, ?.Kentucky. :7 UutvwttW IMS. M. Sabel & Sons taUll.4 ISM Louuvttxr, kit. n Ru &3 ta LOOKING FOR l Hi FU MtJ JAN ha Mi I I UP TO YOU We Make Hemes Beady to BUY YOUR LOT AND WE WILL M M M By L. HOLLAND. W ClfctPSlMPPBltellCa! pier Vol , tofffl 'I lo re walked ilnun the pittcilatik hrhi "Intt the llltle strip of wnler wlilih hull .led helxxeen the great ship illtd ii hlne-ejedtrolileii-halrei- If ITE !1 SWAN , Mm Into l Utile j lefhlll clrl. Nn olie IM'llfed her! tin one spiike to her. She hnil rome to ii,,. MnitiL'e i niintry In liml; for .Inn. I or a liitis time she hnil hail no uunl from til in. The ilenr father unci mother hail illeil, mi Cimilritti sold the llille ii We have opened up the Lancaster Ele- vator and flour Mills and are running every Hut- - DO THE REST. Tell us what kind of House or Barn you want, just how you want them to look when completed, and we have the material to build from the ground up. We have the best oi Workmen helping us.. uhk-inn-- - roofed home nclleil hills of her heintuitu! the Minw-eappilmed Noruny mill had come neros the It nil mh til find the tlenr lover. seethed u simple Iilnl easy lhat "lie iilliii-- t felt he lillKht see Mill lnnd-lii- tf on Ihe pier wiitchlns for her. Sure-- 1 ly eieryotie xxiiilld know him, he why kihmI iiiuI n "i lilK mid handsome. kind and so xxle. I Hi. mi one knew vi iniieli us Jan. And from her full 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 to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Pnone 86. siinc Our price Is reasonable and we give quick and honest service. Do your part and we will do ours. Hervey &t Woods Lick, Kentucky. Paint If You Need a MAKKSHUKY Will Scott Nought for licts. 11 lot of heifers "I sitppoM' jolt think we couldn't the place without jmi." ntircd next run tlr- -t speaker. Ihe j "Not quite mi had tts that, dear." re- s turned the other, "hut I will n. there Mr Donelly of Montana anil the e In litems f t'ainl l.ick, have 'tiiI are nur-e- s wouldthli liopital win readily lie much mute ' recent visitor of Mr and Mrs I'rank Tills thru-- t accepted than mine." Hindus. silenced her ri:il, who made up her Mrs Joe K. Hill anil Mr ami Mrs .I.T. mind. hnwcM-r- . that wliat er the otu- Iljers of Detroit, Mich., are xmiine; ionic of tiutidrtin's iroliaiinu. he. lite 3 Mr head nurse, would remain If for no the family of his lirotller-in-laother reason than tu pile "th.it inn-- ! John lit ysti.n. celled thing" In the surgery. The Ladies Working Society held it 1 The outcome was in tliinilnni's lust meeting with Mrs Mr. (iilct. gentle and thoitglitiul. he, Frank Ille;e,itu. After a lirief liusn.ess pnied herself In exery way unriliv of and ere long not one Kension .Mrs HiKKins lus.ednice refresh the proi'cs-io- u gowned) meats anil u very rnjiiyatile time was among that hand of women who ililled tilinut frotu spent. g wartl to ward and from hisl to hed The ajle of .Mrs Mat; liohjnson on relief mid comfort to siiirerins was largely attemleil. In n. unity, hut were glad to have (lim "last Veilue-ila- v (Jl .ives it; u . their friend. Lnmin fri,, j;7 , $; $12. l"S :C. ; I liull$.'iJ ; cattle jr. 71 to A nulls Ihe iatleuts there a not $.!(!; mules (iVi'i. to $S.M. pair; hliouts one whose e,e dill not liiighteti a- - it '.'." to iUV.VI hlimlreil; $1 sh.ri. $i:t. to restiil on the prettily roundis! Ilgutv. . 7. : $UI : hacks fs. to mine for $7S. the run n of gnhleii hair, the deep Mile lolng. at.d yet n The proiertv known ns the J. K. West cms, mi gentle ll sad. At night. III the dimly lighted! I'm m was lentul at the Mile. Mr Clark halls In wlios). shadowy depths isj panl $l.s for !!." acres ami iinprnvr-ment- s Imaginative iinstiil no ahtiorinally mill ihe lest to he cultivated o:i miii'l to coujuie up many n giuesome. Bryantsville, Ky. the shares. Phone 27. ' slgln ; in the cold, white surgery, where j ill the wis', small hours of the proceed- -' lugs of the preceding day were all loo xiWuly iilctuicd on the unusually Oiieiil- - sense; In the long wards wlti llll- U.tlllMt. ltlllll uniKCM III rllS i agapi-- t the walls, with the dull casting an almost death pallor mi the sleeping fines, quiet and inl llltle (linulriiii stratigcl) h.irinouli'ed. us she glided silently along the dim Bnrrjfins Not "just now and then" but all the The only place of Real halls n and out ! the gloomy wards, freshening a rumpled pillow, moistentime. Come in and look our wonderfully large stock over and compare ing lips, soothing to test with soft, caressing Inmd an oer-- I us with others and be convinced that we can save you money. g wrought hralti and to etich e to assure herself if the comj This is tine til the (Ueatcst fort of each sufferer In her cure. "lie walchtul of the man in nunuVr li'en able that wr htivu fort) " warned the doctor as he slid to nlTcr in Dressers. This lartfe good night, "lie's threatened with i I high fever and want to check It If massive Dresser in either Oak or 1 can." Mahogany, with 27xH0 When Cuudruu llnislted her round i she slole lulu the sickroom, tin the lkvel Plate Mirror, tlelivercil in ' hed lay it tall. Mond man. his Hushed, your home free 01 clurtfe for onls heaxlly liearded face lull half discern-Ihl- e In the soft light. She straightened the dlsotilerul lied, cooled Ihe hot pillow, hathed the Hushed face and hurtling hand-- , and ' then, sealing herself In n little, at the slioked with soft and cooling hand the throhhlug hrow. We are showing a jjreat many Hut In Miln. It seemed as If sleep would noer again ( lose thoe htiiiilug oilier Dresners that runtfe in price eyes. ITiially she lielhoiight herself N from of ihe little Norwegian song Jim's Ming she used to sing In the ileal' land she feared she would never see again. Sweetly, jet softly, her voice rose and fell, anil us she sang her thoughts were oxer the sea, which we consider exceptionally Ciihcedod lay the sufferer at her side, unheeded the shadowy lialK the rfood values. It will pay you to dim wards, the great, strange city itself, She wandered again In the visit our .store and inspect these green fields of her dear Norway, her before buyind. Jan nt her side, gazing dovxu at her 9 Willi eyes full of, hue and tenderness, "Ciindritti, Ciiinlrtm!" She turned. Her heart stood still. The song froze on tier Up. Leaning toward her with outstretched anus, will -' Mis-e- Wheat Drill Ml HuJ 1'e.llnrd ami Messrs (joint visited Camp Tavlor, Inst week. The little vuitor at tin- home of .Mr John Doty Inn been christened Kilar - lltissell. Society The Ladies Working meet with .Mis J. Y. Muhan, Wednesday at two o'clock. so Mini ntiil tree, so xellil iilnl swiil -- ii souk of Jan's, one hi' had tatiidit her. for Jan eonld write viiisi, iilnl mi irreitter Joy had tiniidrtlii than I ' In -- mvlni: them. .Inn was not on the pier waiting fori her and when she asked for him. no one h hsl her fpietlonln!.'. Oh. how strange ami roh! this new i no one knew itnotie eoiintry wn -e eer,oiie was In such it htirr.x all tiled u htisy did theyier rest?, How unlike tin- - quiet, peaceful home aerns the ea ! Indignation held sway ainoni: the liur-e- s of the lilt emersettey linpltl. for Miss niton, the .itperlutendeni had louunltteil :i erline without prece ' She had received -- ti a proha-tim- e dent r Ctindruii, the little illtiliig-reottiiaiil. "And If she Kets through Iit-- pne liatloti and Is accepted. I shall go." 'eelnred the head nurse. "And I shall stay." rclorled the r-ger) nurse, for lietwieii them was llerie rhulry and they made It n point neir to agliv with one aiiolhei' in heart there nee n little Nnnxiclan Walker, 3 be I Hicks, or your friends traveling 8000 Miles standard track directly scrxing To the Public IFcontemplate YOU niiihlng. Alabama Florida Georgia information regarding toanypointand desire ah -- Indiana ' J -- -- fa-- 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 Railway-Systecon- Southern -- Ohio SouthCarolina car-rjin- Tennessee venient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. Trains are operated on we have them and the right. Give us a call. jo (, 1 Virginia and the tlf C Main Street. C. KING, Division Pauencer Agent Lexington. Kentucky II . District of Columbia f.i.iiiMiiirii.illlliMi'iii:!;;" II II 1 1 i Becker & Ballard. 11 I Mil iMliilllilllllllillnllHIUrilHIiillllli illlllWIlll Illlilll lllllll'llllimriTiilwM J WHEELER'S liar-liaione-inch )ello-llgh- fcxer-pnrchc- patt-ln- lied-id- via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 1 J-r- ?.. JISSJ r- -f I i Limit HounJ Tup TWiit Tart from Lincaitrr NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 '"'2l Reduced Fares Id muni other cities and resorts in the Kiist and .YorA . . : I . i.i . I . i. . .; r. i.i . UlllO'll IV'lllW IlllkS Ilk lllll'l tllll'Uk,!! 11 .l.lllllkUl I, r i l.tllls tiwre, Phil.ulclphia, Nlxv York. Uoston, Monticul, Toronto, .Ninf.nr.i palls, tiuffalo, Detroit, Atlantic Lity, the Auiroiv 'Tj-- Jf ,sj $22.50 irfai ihicks,LulvoClir.niplain,onJ other cities ntul resorts of the jst !MU' North, iiicliijing trips on Atlantic unJ Great Lake Stejnurs. Tor reticular, rate, foMcrs, etc. apply G. M. PATTUKSON, Ticket Agent r hcd-lit- c. $12.50 up to $50. THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. Ii DENNY, Surplus $30,000. l'res't. i. U DKNNY. CDhier. TreiiMent J. K. STOKMKS. Vice A. F. Wheeler Furniture Furniture Danville's Largest and Rug Store. Co. J. It. llnrri, IiuMIJok-Keepe- r J. L. (jILI., Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. v- his eyes tilled with u struiige, sweet I'lilntlng. trenihllng, she fell on her knees at the hciMdc. "Jan, my Jan," she cried, ami, clasped in Ids anus, his lips pressed to hers, ho melted lutu her Urcuul. tCopyrlgat, 1317, by W. a. Cuspman.) eiiKcriier, was .Ian. Safely Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YUim UUS1NESS. Samutl D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny. J. II. I'osey, J, E. Stormei. S. 0. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director!. Thej Central Record. Thursday, Oct ... .. 18 . !917 THE BEAUTIFUL d 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT- 1917 PIE SUPPER Forty-tw- A SUCCESS. w FARM , PRODUCTS GULF COAST. the .imo....t Brinjjiin Sp!tndid PiicM At I'ublic Sales, 'The beautiful thing about the (iillf Const, between New Orleans a lid nnul at the I'ie Supiwr nt I'.ilnt l.lck , i'ensncola, is that n - n re.-- playground, summer or winter .i plnvground for High Scluot. Tuesday night. ' Vi I hind MAN. Lneile Lnckey wot. the prie of n not Not only hifarm (iarrard hrlngir, spun-di- northern folk flom November to MV. and Tor Southron during the ruinf..er ptfee old but fnim pro- months. You can't usk for much more of placid of candy, her pie bringing l l?,. nature than lint been rnptiid-e; Successor ti Hughe & duct niKl live stock, ns the foll.'.ving on the gulf litloMi tielwe.-- New Orleans nml I'ensacoln Tliere are iniv splendid prices will show. At the sale w iml, fori OK of hie oaks, all mo Icing mid mysterious, long stretrhe of of ltl Henry, Sntuidav the 1.1th, fnim wimling, st REVIVAL SKRVICr-- . shaded rotls. woodland pit'i. iiisint southern hamlets and modern KENTUCKY. LANCASTER,' machinery, in gnd condition, mild for resort teeming with gayely ami active life, lovely retreat where oii can The mee ting at the Methodist Clin wbiil had been paid fur It. u iHHH'h of hiiuiiiHM-all dai iisl drowse In the tinrcolic air. And there is the will cnntimie until Sinidn.t night. '1 yearling cattle bought lltfi a heHit. inilK swing in a vie- - eneli day this week t 2:' 'd cow $11.1. two ows uml pit; for $11 sparkling water, the beach, the surf. Iioaling, tithing snjthllig and everything that calls from the salt waterside. IN 71.11' M. Ser. ices both mmiiing "'d mid ihree lenr old mule SI II. f n.- doing south on th leaiisville ft Nashville Itnllr.iad, after joil leaie Moiiigbt Sunday. The attendance nml in y Iwrse $S1. four jenr old liorse mule bile, It i fmHkUible escape the infection of joyous living, even If J'oil Holier! Le, is jj.y; Com shucked down at h. teresl are good ft 71 ed In do that. At to .top throng nf people nre (toing uml dining wantloiitli leading the .biging nnd pre.nmings. eirr B, hxrrcl. fat hog. IT tents and tig" alike, getting on or ntr the trams, laughter ami hrceay, sunnv, fnig-raCome nnd enjoy these services. EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. paimd. The IK,r j enrllnif mole ftp air greet jou. It i moreover a place of nc, natural oiitdix.r jot a in F. D '.ilmelcr. Post ir. ,,,1,. was cied liv Cnpl Am liouine Our record for the ist!t right vtars show pulp nf more tlinn l!l,fi(K) acres At III., anl.. .if Me In.. 1'iiiL !I,ii,i.. surroundings of Immely cnmfoit or of liixuiioiis ease, whirhever you prefer. of land, besides a large amount of town and citv ptoperty and stocks of mer It I n locality of aitrient ami honorable traditiuns and the natives nre descendrohl ispmllj iih well, mule ' ills bring EGGS IS.EGGS chamlise. nmounting to more than Sl.J.iO.ti.iO.Od and this business was done to ing fiotti $Stl to JllHl. ami liaj etc, ed Irom holder of the hI since tile lirst days of the white settler. Thej make the entire satisfaction of more than .'(HI client nnd customers and they an- - my jiui welcome with a stately, southern bospitabtv. ami have put at your diKifut bringing the highest tnari.et line I'ggs nt a dollar a dozen. reference for "fair dealing." the best their home land ilford. livery tesort and every old plantation home Egg that are nRed ami from n; I shaded by age old ancestral oaks and grown over with trnillug vines, roses From my experience in the bu.s'iioss know how. when, where nnd what Kggs that are Mule to advertise. WHAT CAMOUFLAGE MEANS. and perennial, and they all look out over the gulf wntcis, at the dancing wavF.ggf that are pite. es, the scudding sail, the beach ami the surf. To the one who has property to jell furin land, city property, dwellings If jou can't rind happiness Kggs that you wih on vour eousle I solicit A lot or business properly, mcrchandis- - or any leal estate proposition, WAR TERM THAT HAS I'UZZI ED ''on " ""'ri1 '" ""' gn den sunshine ami among the counties diversions and nt-- I Kggs that j mi don't like to tvnrr.t. traction of that pla grouml. dsn' I go hjiiIIi in the winter your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. to find Kggs that cxplod- - in a llnrr. your 'Promised Land", for you'll have oulv vour trouble for jmir pains. AMERICAN. List Vour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand u No Kgg that are punk. I choicer spot exis's ami greatei comfort Is not to be found. long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your The winter climsle Kggs that are bunk. i may be just.what I am looking for. Mieiu, ooi iiiiviMrti"riHui wnnii. mil iiHHieraie ami nract'ing, pllttlttg klisp Kggs in water glass, If theie I one wotd more balllling ami ginger into the system To the one who want t. invest. I solicit jour patronage as know valuis Kggs von let pass, than another in the war lingo that Touring and know that when j'ou close a deal through me you will get "value received" the (iillf Coats la one of the ways travelers take to find Kggs but will Hoover burrv. Americans have now a iUirkencd in their own parlieultr choice-nfor your money. for this Hirnose I he (ruin service of the ten-s- t in mustering that word is "cam Louisville V Nushville 1'nilro.icl i convenient have on hand for sale at nil time a Large Number of Farms. Dwellings Ymi cm stop everywhere, beLANCASTER? oultage " I'lobably the ar.sicrs to the ginning at Mobile, and stsj n few Ihhits. few days nt a king as jou wish. Citv Property not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly WHAT ABOUT question, 'What does tamiKilbige It I fariihiting vagalHindkge that will bring vmi eventually to the place ol changing, by snlej, expirations renewal, listing new properties ami some of At the opening of the Mmii.on Or mean? would lie ns varied ns ttre an your a my best properties are not advertised at the request of the owners. ultimate desire. You can, bIo, if vou cbonse, ship jisir tnolnr car to cuit Court last week Judge .sharkel swers Hut the word- - pronounced. Mobile ami go in regular louring aloig the gulf the rwnd are alt g.Hnl ami of (I.irrnrd County, write me and I will tell you ford called If you are n attention f the tira.nl eiiry "knin - ctMivej olumn tie- - cotiHtrv i fftcliisling in the extreme all abaut our County, it fertile soil, it products, market facilities, good nnd. llislorj lewis Its I ack ground of fact in me migrant v nations of ti.e m lor to the military nvui. schools and churches, of Lancaster ami it business, it people and It growth. vehicle to a long list of interesting traditnm an. I antic legiil oevinmIhia l.i law in the tlw citv of l.'ichmi.nd CsiiHiuHsf;. ti.enna primsnly inHklng eality. and The following is ju.t a few of the proertie I have on hand for sale now. 1m, MH(l((tm county the "atmospliere." while who i American, has the foreign flaxir jHi(1 suniething look ike ho thing. It means slirHei'-nilegree to rive It illt'enrtty mid variety T'.sgruhlcall) . Ih.- - at FAILMS. strictli forbid a drunken man from geiinally thi srt of fexilipfx the rneiny in lies low and curving, rising gently taw'ont the hinterland, which I A farm of ISO acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, cm pike with operating an nutomohile; that children eyes. with Hrw broken in t'e r!i arings. bv urn ;rubrtive (artalsrvds .The hore about 100 acres of cliff and graiiug laud thrown in, under sixteen i ears of age were also Tlie moving pictures of tti llritlili Hue is miKh indented, the namensia buys, "bayous." "Mitintia ' ami lake git A fertile farm of 1SI acre with splendid improvements, land .lies well forbidden to oiei ate anmitmobile, ami tank in uclt.,11. slu.wo nrrentlv in this big a se'iiiiiiclj endless and Lying erT wateraeftpe. and is on ike shore tliere are certain rules regulating the mntn , well erii ulitieit the primary is a line et tshiml, forming the outer bnlusik of Mlsasissipw Swtn.l. the froet-InA smnll farm of 1:1 acre, 3 milei from town, on pUte, new 7 roam dwell e,l speed of III the citv irtl meaning nf eamotiHsge. Tlw erowliMK this we the resort that have n famous stsce re rrvolutismarv da" Ihe ing ami new Lurn. goisl land lies .veil. county. He s id dniokeii men vere lantishl were eixersNl with streaks the towns whieh began Hi cf tile Frereh colonies. Iwgun iiisler the hrothers de A farm of IW acres, on pike ti mile from tttw.i. land rolHng.very fertile, driving machine; children who c .old Brtd patches of Miricntored ssint. llfetivitte uml d'Ibervllle Advef tisement. not loo met the wheels were driving mo'ly fn jfxii. latge tnhicco Inrn I room light ol .nadow. to disthem; that negro delivery bm,n in the guise them from the Oerionn airmen or A fir n of HI, ."t, l.ib ie"o and hemp l'iirJ, raiting. - liinre leirns, Am! SKiely will w.iiered tenant hrntw ami oilier citv weie driving th m recklel: that artillery obncrver. Newspajier readdiVelliti. Li i i Wjil fen"d i'ti The Hsp(it A acrHly house ha h'u.gnig msny ierons would run at u high out liulhlinns. ers seeing iiictures of heavv guns have a desire s change December Mh in the dminK roam a large igr wlm h through the streets without lights nt covered by lirsiiches behold an , 10 U-A furin of H acres ul rie i sajs. "Dsw't talk war at the tab!." pirt level ami jKirt ndlme, fine ilwrlhng night nnd fiil to give warning at of csmisitlttge. cn piki This S. ely this is an -- xieltrnt .ummiimi o' s runt'. In' i, lie et-- . i c or.Mtml, "il mile from to ing ami street con- r. Tlie iisriete are that it w gsong lolihi, ihoagbts. Amitber trick csmouullnge on-- ' a bartTNin is oir aims, and our acta i l.iiiiiiiar to tender Ameiiesn Ins- - la 4 problem lo get coal nt any price I wn ami nre .veiv much concernBti acre of vurv terti'e liml cm pike 1 mile front twvn, god dwelling and, " the mines) e being operated only ed with ibe war. We know vie shall Inrv lij the nstiie l (Quaker guns On n ntlw mWi iiklnigf, 8ie orelnnl ami (H- - lt,ni ihticwI nght large all the fronts of the r all the ih a small scale ard some have been win ami that is a it should be. Just A fnim of via nrn. I mile. ironi town, c pike, land partly rolling out of operntoii for MX weeks oti ac- now, however, comes the thought of n Women Should Net Use Woo! To Mjke armie erect dummy gttn made of tree "p.endid iinprmenn-nts- . trunks, ns our fathers and fraud- count of stlUes. Ml.nv peoiJe believe brief evening of fun fur the children, a A fnrm of 110 acre of line l.n.d well improved, oi itke accessible to marser- celebration of All Saints' Dai fathers did in lMll. to draw the eiiems that tiie heating ri'Wem u ill be Fancv Sfccat-r- s. or Wild ImihI lie '.xell, ket of thiee county ients lire. Hut miw the csmultage experts ious one this winter es' Night (ss the old Celtic calendar hss A sm ill frin of IS icres. (ii.fo'.irtli mile from pike, with good improv- have addul the misleiit frill of sim it). This year, mure than ever before, A very earnest appeal lias been made uluting a llusb ami cloud of menls. Mr. K. S. Lytic, of this citj, who we all need an evening of tsire rliildiab smoke for A f irm of 1S1 acres, nnrtlir rtlHii j. v ry fertile, splendid Improvements. for our women to limit their use of the dummy gun tit touching nlf a walked into nn open celler uiavr ihi fun to keep our mental balance w lieu-Iarge v ro in i Thinl street in Louisville has tiled charge of loose HiiAder. wii irn' . nvi n pnte. easy term', li.l acre iti knitting wool. should be ami, most ol all. to give cultiatioli, liil.inse in glass. ro acute has become the shortnite of The digging of false trenches that suit agniiwt the owners for $!,1SKI, our children an hour or two of pkij. khaki uoot thst hundied of wnien the hostile airmen inuy alio' thrill and This remind us that some cellar doors of level.lmd. I mile from town, fruiting on two pikA farm of 'i II ner worker throiighiiut the United States signal his battery to waste time and nte xunetimea left open in Danville, Sooner or later the Aineri'ini es, of division into smaller farm, d indv building sites. are forcid to sit idle, their band tied shell on an empty ihlrh. is cainou ami it might tie well enough In look will buvo to come down with A farm of Hi acres, on pike, all in bUe grass, large barn, line building by lack of material with which to lielp llage Dan- an Iron hand upon those who openly after such riimnal site for (Uvellin . orlitrd, land reidv for tnbiceo mid hemp, close to school and the men in France resist the cold winds nger. i preuli dislovally, talk ami write iedi. When snipers crawl into No Man'- - ville churches, o 5 miles trom Lancaster ot winter. lion, and give the Ccrrnan enemy aid l and with grass in 'heir rsps. m il A farm of Ul.ld i.cres of nenrlv .evel bind, ,1 rum dwelling, large dwell, In an effort to combat tliee s when rsiding Tiie I'ec.irds friend are invited to and comfoit by opposini! evert thineparlies go out at night ii.g. large urcliaiil, land fertile, on pike cloe to .ch )l and chi'rche. This is a movement 12. that will make has been started witli faces and hml this nation potent in Mackened to phone mi items of inteienl. to u a "iiandy" little h m- -. among the patriotic women of the make them a nearly invisitile as may Accident, death, marriages, social jwar. .. Iiiij.i en A faun of 10 Some of those guilty of these things n I, o i pike, i pike, , miles from Stan- country to create a widespread interest lie, their nllicers call it c.iinoullage. items relative to the coming ami going ford an ideal Inculio". Will be held worth the money and on .mi terms, native-boruml effect a reform. and some are foreign-boThe American khaki the color of of your friends all are of ititerc.i to are who have become The teason for the scarcity of khaki earth and A fnim of 111 aci'es on pik lij miles frim Dmville and f miles from naturalized dust is an example of the the radcrs of the Itecotd. If J on ate citizens. I.ncter, right on pike iwui'l. of nn ic n ti:.. Ne-- li in nearly a wool lies in the demand of women same classic term; so are the (iermaii expecting visitors nnd want your IT anything, the of the latter fs sin l In i pik- -. neighborhood and throughout the country, are making lield grnj and the French Inn lion blue. friend to know of their coming, phone sipiare and can b i dii I I iv.t'i fr nt the greatei-- . They csine heie volunfor colored wool with which to make Hut the greatest and periiap the right at small villag.i with school an I churches, least the ICecord we lire glad t receive all tarily. They assumed lb butdeu and KOI! I'KNl': A f rm of 21 acre- -, well located, well improved rmil near- themselves anil their families sweater, known iii- - of camouflage is tnliide items of news. duties ami the inestimable privileges of ly all in grass ami a part of thw gr.i reailv for the plow. Will be rented for regardless of the great need of the troops advancingiii an attackindavhght soldiers. If (iermauy wins, our lauds will nt American citizenship of their t.tv.i These wonen have received the jear H'lS Tin's is done hi great clouds No one forced them Hut once the campaign started to cu'tail the use of emoke or vapor from the trenches be. once be mortgaged for Ml the terrible I nplo fro u Liru'ister. A small form of 11 ivei. i (i,. splendid brick of wool for winch will then be up in us to thet did ro. it belnsites them to walk private purjioses. for- -' the infant rv go over top. Oeiiemlly struggle residence, huge barn nml other out li'iildiog., well watered. Ituv a home close invasion. She will straight, art straight, think straight. Ihn. campaign will consist in part ot the men wait until the eloudbn n'ltled sate ourselves frmn to the llvt ttiwn in Ceniral Kentucky. an iippeal to winner, to knit only for demand of us that we pay lier indem over the enemy's Irem-heconfusing A farm of M) ucr- e- LISTKN to this: -- TIIK IIKST l.'AIiC.AIN in soldiers. The War Department has nities running into the tens ami Lecated on two pikes, t'le fa nili (!jihi Diek K')bino;i section of authorized the use of klmki colored them and sreienting their lliing ae- hundred of billions of dollar All iioim times !nrntid Csiunlj-- . I'art of this i i l is viii siill, re ii),' f,r .temp an i t'llucev. wool only, and an appeal will be made curatel at the attackers the attackini.' ti sips leave the trenches these indemnities, if (iermauy cmld :!i)J aeres i ni nrly level.in hign state of .'iinivHCion. t divei.'ing m tlw larui, tfi thv department stores to defeat us. mul the tight against them ml Imck l A Kill UK I the main dwelling is an ideal r'lfkv (' i : iiry linn-- , i larjje nw tolncco to the factories the many colored wniiU with the cl 'iiii and advance in Us ill cae we iilonn me ah e to detent her, . I other out b.iililms. burns, stuck bartMau .X well w.itev and well fenced. ... If they have on baud and have them dyed will be a mortgage on eier. acre of ta. The varn-lii'of ige are in- the entire fa.m is too mjji f ir v m. will ll vo l a 27,1 acre, tr.iet, or 115 ncie for patriotic use. fnim land in the nile. .Slates Spsea iMMtttf ihi baailiiiu i His Unite, l'rnl nlilv I ex mi lent ..et or acre tract. I'riced right atkl on easy term. l aao ol ov larhMr ll.nla"i a The campaign isxlers lead. 'Woin. ample is tile wiHsleti horse ut Trov. tiling iu A farm of 117 aics of rolling I mil, new dwelling, burn &e. Well watered en Only I'ink I'atriots Wear Knitted For Miveral da) a Lsrcaster has been las isle el atoek. sinih aa.1 u iuy little tuck that mnke4 the enemy experiencing a euai hoftage. Tim larut s the laratM raaaai a3n.it s.liar mib f rum town, will suit some one who doe net euro to lie right (i.irinents. Our Sammies Need all the U.r. No no! lea will la. ceir.l oi.. lour see wbsl doe not exist, or prevents p the pike. Will sell at a b irgaiti if b night at once. Wool. Don't be n l'ink Patriot." sltllutlc.il Its beco'iie ltai-- , aa4 will ttn i.hi .I tSe seeing what does xi.t, anything All coal t ids Imve been practleully tewsa. Ira at saais- CITY I'liOl'Kin V: that makes bun l kotnetbiiig he ougbt clear'-uf all coal, and severnl timos New iwuern dwelling of s rooms, 'i balls, cellar, bath rotims, modern not to 'do is camouflage. Its best during FOIl SAI.K: Sued Ilarbit and ICye, the laot ten data, thcio was mi impioemenlf, furnnre heated, electric lights, water works, small modern barn American synonym i "Iduir." It will coal Mr, j. II. I'ruitt. Markabury. hail lor lve nor nsoi.uy, Sflj lo and t nctes of land be inteieting tosee 'Ahat now vsrielios to speak Yei little cn.il was liiipodj Atuerioin-- . will in of it (' rooms ard out building and I acres of land A tlHeliing of ititu the citv , iiiat iiciwver . car ar- FOI! SALII; One hundred nml fifty vent. Another r.ew modern dwelling of In rooms with all iiHslern onveoienceH. rived, it was distributed among the busliules of goisl tied rye. A number of other dwellings and building lot. Walton Miihs. customers of the v.irloos deuleis as I' further particulars and price impure of eiuitable as wMiliu. Willi the advent HONORED BY ENEMY. FOK SAI.K: Ten hemp brakes. of winter nHioebing mid n coal short-ag- e CihhI as new. Hurry Francis. The Issly of Captuin (iuynemei, the in ilio city, tin- situation is anyMAR. Paint .,ck Kj, Fiei ch aviator leceutly killed in action. thing hut plcnsiug. Prices bine lut I v. as not buried at l'olcaielle, as stated been wlvaticed by ihtalers, owing In the Lancaster. Kentucky. For Sale Sow ami six pigs. in (lermuu reiairts, but whs interiisi shortage, but ouch ml all lire doing A. II. Doty. Paint Lick. fit Itrusrels in the nieseiice of n guard everjlliiug poasibiv In relieve thesituu. of honor composed of the Fifth Prus- lion. We must economise on iid as Heard In Court. Msrvilws w Peck tu acre wheat Call Such is the story told by in everything "lie. sian ilivitmn "Your honor. I HrknoHbslge the rrfon Frank Marksburv, llaily and a llelgian who has just escaped from f the opposing counsel to mj erein or A. I Saiulers, tile (iermans. Til pievent the United States from gray Imlr. Xlj luilr ray nnd It Mill The burial was about to take place being the lint. battleground, nml to ontlmie to be gn.y ok long iih I live. l or Snle- - ltegistereil lied llerktliinl Tiie hair of that gentleman Is black of our homes boar; near I'oelcapelle when the bombaiil-iiiv- prevent senior Je.nling. Mid will continue to be black us long preceding the llntisli attack at a Inn been dune in Ilvlgium, France W. H. lliHiviy, us bo dj es." Huston. Truncrlpt. Ypres started. The burlug party and other countries, over on million of Nleholasvlile, Ivy. hastily ivitedriiw, takuik the limly with our young men an- now in trnimng, nnd them. The (let man general chanced to will, in a short time, take their plucesl Odd Names in New York. "OK SAI.K; have ICQ bushels of J.lnly nl lltht mj rpi,iauy bo uu aviation enthusiast with u guat on the battle lines lit Ltlione, orwlieie-eve- r goisl For odd mimes New York takes tint ..J ll- auM Itifv ar. holl. I rje. Price $1.M n lit. ,M,.- . . .uu airvn 111. Will prlre. Almost every culling Is repreadmiration foi Captain (luynemei's our Mag inuv lead them. Our boys Ajex Luytou, Itoule II, keep your hair sented puiong the names of New York achievements. must help whip (ieriiiuuv in F.urope or . at. Phot.c ers, besides every title, phjlcul, men-tu- l neat and natural In Amuric.i At his direction the Ixuly w taken (icrtmiuy will compiet-16r moral quality uml every beust Toil r.n I. II to llrussels in a special funrrul car. Our liravu boys who will jeopardize FOK SAI.K; L1MJ bushel of Hje, b, Price Ibe 1IIII llu cnv.lvp. Tlirtw and bird familiar to man. Mere tire l .w n.t. ttm ii 3.1. In all thup.t: Theie tho 'tptain's bisly was cariied their lives that our country may not bo right Phone.'171 A. O. II. Uendreii, .... . I'm,, u. I'fl... Now York names: Outlaw, Hogg, UV l'oncumiiiUiourd nllicers. It was devastated, must lie furiiuhrd by us Ak for 'Wi.i u Wi.p-- ai iuur Lancaster Ky. Oosli, Dora, Jolly, Nutty, Looocy, Kid ature If nut In .luck Iriul.r u n witli everything that, will contiibute tn covered with ttornl tributes fiom nil In fur i,am.4 t n..rral Icr, Tout, JIurt, Fake, Grunt, Dm null, U.Altra uvlators. The 1'russian guards their welfaie and conilort. This cm Strayed cr Stolen; from my place 1! Fun, Laffcrs, Kraisy, fiuyc-rItartmaaa Drea., lacM D.pl, 10 stood nt tho salute upon Us ur ival uml best, bi done through thu JCed. Cross, nii'-'on Klch'.nond pike, a red steer, Tuin. Crook, Uee, Damn, Wit. 3SI I'euilb Ala, N. T. Clly during the burial, which was livid v. lib ami bv the Liberty lionjs. What ill i weight about TM) pounds. Reward for Jltttt. Hatty, Stringer, ITglit, Ilntwl. LANCASTER, KY. Kd nnd N. II. Price. YOU doing to futher this work? ull uiblo niilitaiv hunors. infoimation. OF - dollar SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE - Siuni-bread- d l Headquarters for Real Estate "THE LAND OP NOW" - tL , $w 1 I oXn-ctiu- pro-er- ty 1 nl'-n- 1 fr t -- - Hilton-mul- hs-e- ; - erj hie. w-- ll !) ljlis In-!- . cn. t. a-- 1 l t , rateb-ssness- , al-- Jli-w- conoi-tion- ti-e- I . sple-vlu- . Ken-tui'k- ! K-- s pro-tecl- 'iMiiiriiif ,'ni tint IMMW i i . S 11 I 111 lvtttn l' poker-plHiin- ' SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE .. -- - M-- . I - Five to nine years old. 1 I -t Weight 1000 1 :t(II-S- to 1200 pounds. , Tiunk-Tongh-, I W. B. BURTON tier-ma-