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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 25, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917102501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 25, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORl). TWENTY EIGHTH YKAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCT OBER 25, 1917. Mr Clyde ' numbem ai. I3 Our line of nloves toves Id complete, consisting of the Great Majestic Range, Cast .Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Laundry Stoves. line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers,etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any desired shape. A complete The meeting nt the Methodist Church best farmers brought m a pumpkin close I Sunday night. There were nine Many were weighing to pounds. It looks large additions tn the cli nch. enough to make pumpkin pies for Jill helped by the services. Itcv. Hubert Lear, win, did most nf thu preaching, the Allies, left on the II o'clock train Mondny morning fur Fleming county, where he BIBLES FOF VOLUNTEERS. wns to begin a meeting that nighl. Mr. Walton Most aski ns to state His faithful work wilt Ixi long remem-- l This jjrentest of nil that (hose wishing Ilibles for soldier beicd by many. I I killers nctunlly pnys a ui;i nlcaie let liim know.. frivitiK for it.nlf. lutni nnd address or else get them nt.d F00D.CONSERVA- ('mrrnrd boy. send WHO CAN BEAT IT. Wither, one of Garrards MEETING CLOSES. WORKS LIKE A FURNACE Qua. diiect to the FIRST SNOW FALL. The first real winter day was last Tuesday. W lind quite a snow storm and by night enough was on the ground to warrent ths kiddies desire to hang up their stockings. It was difficult to renlize it was'nt December. TION CAMPAIGN. During the week Oct. 28 lo Nov. I, an active hnue to house canvass of etcry home in the county will lie made soliciting the hcurfkecper to sign the Food Pledge Card This week is to be known as Food Conservation Week and is being carried out under thu direction of Herbert Hoover of the U. S. Food Administration. In this county the work will be done under the direction of Miss Tommio Francis assisted by the Bed Cross of Lancaster, Bryants-vill- c and Paint Lick and the Woman's Club of Lancaster. This is a patriotic and worthy work and every assistance and encouragement should be given Miss Francis and her corps of vorkers. Our utiles nro depending upon ui for food end with a little keif denial upon our part we can supply them, Onu pound of wheat Hour saved-- each week per person means 150.000,000 buhels for the allies. Give the Food Worker.! careful consideration sign tiie pledge card and then live up to It. BURLESON GIVES MOORES AIR TIGHT HEATERS Heats upstairs nnd warms all the Doors. It burns the cheapest kind or slnck nnd can he run nt MORE FARMS SELL. Conn jit. 1 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. 3LJLj:rJi t I. I. Hamilton bought the farm of Meadows Ilrot. ccntuining lX acres for fft!.fiO an acre and resold it two das later to Itobt Watd for fG3, who inturn, sold it to J. M. liroaddus for Mr. Mark $70. and has refused $7r. Coins sold his place of 2(5 acres to Green Eatcs for $5,000 and his shop and 2 acres and shop to lvv Pointer for $t.C0O Mr. Coins then bought the farm of 60 acres to J. T. Henry for $!2rt. an Here. Less Than Half The Cost of Oth- er Heaters. '' ini 'j XSSijWy MEETING CONTINUES. Absolutely will hold fire 18 hours. You do not have to shine this stove but once n year lsukk Model I The scries nf meetings which began at the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning tinilersuch favorable conditions is drawing good audiences and much inlet est is being developed. Tte sermons of Dr. Arnold are very impressive nrd instructive and under his able leadership the meetings prom-ir- e tu be one of the best ever held in the city. The music nt this meeting is especially Rood, being in charge of Mr. Itolla Sublines, who has a magnificent baritone voice and n lender of exceptional ability. A VERY BUSY HASELDENJ BROTHERS Re RATES FOR MAIL Utters, Except For Local Delivery. quire Three-Cen- t Postage, Postal 2nd. Cards Two, After Nov. am still the exclusive agent for the OFFICE. U Buick Automobile Headquarters at Kex Garage. Would be pleased to demonstrate it. H Bradshaw.THE fl ' BUICK NAN - A Illl'-.- . One of thu busiest offices in this part of the state jmt now is cur local post office and postmaster Ilrown u not letting grass grow under his feet so busy has he been. The "powers that be" at Washing his office a ton have recently m k Central Accounting Office" placing under his supervision ill the offices .in These tho county, u total of nine offices are, furnished their supplies thru the main office hire and it adds much work to this office, but no more pay. Mr. Brown is equal to the occasion and is making one of the best postmasters in the state. Detailed instructions to postmasters on tile increaicd letter mail rate; which become effective Nov. 2nd, under the terms of the War Tax Bill, were recently liy Postmnstct General Burleson. They do not apply to mail to moU foreign ccunlrien, which arc fixed by international treaties, but thev do apply to all domestic mail and under that rlasslficntlon is included mail to Canada, Mexico. Cuba. Panama, the United States postal agency at Shang- lial and all persons in the military service of the United States in Europe. The Postofike Department issued these Vjrl Still Leading in Baking Qualities. a 3 g Took the Blue at Broadhead and Stanford Fairs against Obelisk and others of the best Kentucky Flours THE REASON is no Bleach no Blend to take the natural vegetable life from it. BUSINESS CHANGE. Hradshaw who recently purchased the Hex Garage sold last week his holdings there to Kinnaird Brothers, proprietors of the Arcade Garage. The business of Kinnaird one-cenBrother during Ihe past aix months ore-cen3 ! 1 they were 111 has so materially increased compelled to seek larger quarters and overtures were made to Mr. Hradshaw There will lie a Tie Supper at the Odd and thu trade consumated The Haptbl Ladies AiJ Society will i few days have u desire xchangr December Stli. lellow Hull at Cnrletsvllle, Thurday ago. Tho Arcade garago will be closed 10-1night. November 1st. Kyeiybody Ht. Mr. Hradshaw will for the present. continue to hnva his headquarters nt Thero will In1 a pie- supper nt Marks-bor- v i LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE Their could be iu more patriotic the Hex garage, where he still retains School liguie next Saturday ni;;ht. agency for the Huick Under Good Headway And Muc!i Interest Oct. 271b. Kverybody cordially Invited, work for women at this time than to the exclusive assist thu government in the- conserva- nutomobiles. llenefit l.ilirnry. Shown. Kinnaird Brothers are now prepared tion nf food. to serve their customers- - upon the are In L'nglaud 5.tiU,000 women LOST between Lancaster nml Camp If the full quota of the Liberty Loan hoi test notice, the place being open working, most of them filling men's allotted to Garrard county is not over-scribe- d Here Dick Kobinson, Wednesday, u black day and night. placet who are in the trenches. bund pocket book witli about live dol-- I it will not be tho itult of the i an object lesson oi wnat women can Inrn and some other little things. kcommittee9 in charge, over which Mr. dc. BIG COURT DAY CROWD. if returned to Mrs Jim Hntctier. B. F. Hudson is ihe chairman. The meeting called nt the court house Corn inoul, oven hI the present mi-- 1 An unusually large crowd was on It U well for the people to know that urrcedented prices, is the chenpt st thu national rule of tho Ited Cross hand last Monday, it being thu regular last Friday night in the' intcicst of the ..I i r.......i brought out a day, vuiuew tuiisiuuivu, luuiiu IPOU, llUirillVU ....i Tho town was Second Liberty Society do tiot'pvtmit of entertainment county court stock good audience, among tlitm tho inin a government survey of SO fowl (Ivan under the name of the. Hed Cross crowded with mule, and other well, Tho cattlo pens fluential citizens of tho town and counor for it benefit without the permit-iiio- n all of which void Tilled and this class of stock was ty. The meeting was Called to order of I Ih directors of tho local cli.ip-- t were America is just beginning the bar- well cleaned up, A great many mule by Mr. II. F. Hmhon, uj chairman and i. If you want to inaku monuy for 'colts vest of licr Lrcatent corn crop greater lemained untold on account of no who to successfully, through his sup local ItctI Cro pcrmisMun mutt b.' by 123.0011,000 hushelj than any previous , the buyers. Aged mules weru in diimnd port und untiring efforts, saw that Garlocal management. crop in our history and greater b) (XS.'i- ,- , akcd the A few of rard county ovcracribed the first Liband several changed hands. 0M.000 buheU than tho crop of 1910. the sales were as follows; W V. (la erty I.ouu. Ho told of thu objtct of mm ,r(,mmU ,,r;ulcij hM plmlge card campaign lineau, bought three of I,. K. Perkins tho meeting und tho importance of the Tobaflf,. groweia this year will not chairman of the and earnestly asks for $125, nnd one of Hiram Hay for Second Liberty l.o.ui, impressing upon crops to .peculator! as ma In Lairard County s.ll their nico one the uudience that nothing should be e "ler'u " ,t,,r $140. Charlie Dean bought n custom In ll. past. l,,u '"'l' b.en frequently the to sec that this loan is women. No fees, no dues, merely a of Mr Warren for $175. and sold it for left undone pro-Tho grower should make tlm total overscribid. u 0l' $10 nilvadce to W- - 1, Burton. fc,'f,,llia of his ' flt rather than giving n Putriotlc speeches weru imulo by II. C Sutton sold a dandy team to u ing and eellir.g earnings to upoculators. The onlv way "lio Mr. Fox atso Messrs L. L. Walker, W. A. Fumuu, r., v.,,,, .. what you save at thu highest inaiket Monte Fox for $ 1C0. I. m ii u.h.. bought ouo of Ike Naylor for $225, F. M. Tinder, S. D. Cochran, J. E. -Best 'price. Silve is row the womans motto. W, II. Burton xuld a car load of mules Hobinsou and Mrs. George Hobhuou, it ifii thu loose leaf market. judges of conditions say that tobacco Mr, GeohTrov Morgan. Slate Agri- and horses to Hubert Ellis, of Wilson, thu latter being the chairman on thu will bo very high this season- - the highcultural Agent, has just returned from N. C , nt an average of $185. to $250. Woman's committer of the Liberty est in years. a trip through Northeastern Kentucky, T. C. Kaukin bought n team of mules Loan. Committees weru then named To write or not to write after Nov, lie reports great datnagu done to the nt Hnughman'a sale for $239; one of W. and many volunteered their services for Wednesday 2 that Is the question. Whether It is tobacco crop by the freeze of lust week. II. Brown for $175. nnd one of Charlio and the use of their cars In some sections he said at least twenty Dean for $200. PjuI Finch bought one when the drive through the cuunty in nobler In thu mind to restrain the pistolarv habit or inoro patriotic in the per cent of the crop was still in the of Wils Rogers for$lS0; Frank Kobin the shape of u house to house canvass batiks of the conscience to write mora often than Held and was practically ruined, while son n team of Hubert Hankin for $367, would be made. The I'or every cent much In the barn had been damaged and a bay mare of Uufus Sams for $75. county have agreed to close during that usual- -f of 3 centa. bust-ne- ts It member badlys He visited Mason, Bracken, Mr. Shelby Harbison, of Lexington day, as well as all the stores and bays u fifth of a bullet. houses in tbu'cltv. They are to few army mules duriug the A cartridge costs aproximite-J- j Itobertaon, and Fleming counties, and bought that. And a strip of gauze for a reports great damage wrought in all dav. averaging from $150. to $185. Jim meet at the Citizens Bank at eight 5 cents. bandage eftmewhat less. Thus we can these counties, which are unusually Sander sold two mule colts to Robert o'clock from which place the start will be made. Shearer for $170. heavy producers of the weed. all do our further bit. ilr. A. U. E lai rjJ Instructions; Postmasters shall, on and after November 2nd, see that postage is paid at thu rate of three an ounce or fraction thereof on letters and other first class matter except drop letters. All drop letters, that is, letters mailed for delivery from the office at which posted, including those for delivery by city, rural or other carrier of cuch office, are required to have postage on them at the rate of two cents an ounce or fraction thereof. Postal cards are required to be prepaid two cents and t postal ccrus must have n the t postage stamp affixed on them III in addition to one cent stamp impressed on suet cards. Postcards (private mniling cards) bearing written messages must have two cents postage pre paid on them." I Garrard Willing 60. sJsSsSMSsstsSssjsjjaSni Bargains In BUGGIES i That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL lil l!i WAGONS Run Lighter Last Longer Let ns show you. Composition & Metal Roofing Has no S'eel and Galvanized. sand holes and is easy to pet on Harness The Very BEST Can That Money Buy. House Paint TL: Cest on the Market jnd a price- - that will please yoa. t ''" Turning Plows That Run Unseed Oil rmrest lrl r,, fn i Right And Guaranteed. x Are Not Cotton Seed but Ihe of Linseed Oil. KokomO STOVES Wire Fence The kind tbat Stays when put up H0PSE5H0EING and REPAIR Depaitmenl is very complete. does your horse forge? We have the best shoer in (own RAINOBS Ifii W. J. ROMANS. Lancaster, sysssssSl Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 25 ! 9 7 1 LA. (mtfxsmmmfxmtrammtxmtmtxttt ft if '"VrrrUM JUrt RcbtlTatr k Utrc Rililary Sport Soils MADE tur- Hart, Schaffner All-woo- & Marx We watch the styles on hats and if one comes out, we sure have it for you. Let ui show you our styles today. In the picture you see one of the new military Overcoats ard one tf the miliary sport Suits. These nre Just two of the many good styles we have for young men. Belts all around, yokes, p t i , pnuh pockets. Come in and see them l, on you. fit and satisfaction guaranteed. SUIT AND OVERCOAT PRICES $12.50. $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 Our Shoe stock Is a wonder and we can surprise you with prices and quality. W hav a reputation for quality Hid fit on underwear. We can give ou uiidrrwear satisfaction that you can't get anywhere else We try to keep the best store and best goods let us have your judgment. Jas. W. Smith, ter resident's example. Chris Hutchison, carpenter. Crab Orchard St., Lancaster, says; "My kidnsys were in bad shape and i had a constant pain over my right kidney. As my work calls for a great deal of stooping, my back ached severely. My kidneys were too frequent in action at times and then again sluggish. The kidney secretions contained sediment. Dorn's Kidney Pills, from Stormes' Drug Store, soon rid me of the backaches and regulated the action of my kidneys. I am glad to recommend Doan'a Kidney Pills, for I know they are a good kidney medicine." GOc. ut all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., Huffs lo. N. Y. Foster-Milburn House Of Quality and splcnmu success or tne loalT. "Must banks are willing to receive small dp posits weekly In order to enable buyers of the bonds to pay for them in full by Christmas. MORE SLOGANS FOR SECOND LIBERTY LOAN. Peachie Mae Sanders, Messrs Jim and Clyde Sanders and Carter Ulakcman of That morning lameness those sharp Cottonburg were the guests of Mr. pains when bending or lifting, make Earl Broadus, Saturday night. By Ezra Weed of the Vigilantes. work a burden and rest impossible. be handicapped by a bad back Don't "Can you lend me fifty dollars?" says GLTNNS CHAPEL. my Uncle Sam to mo. look to your kidneys. You will make no mistake by following this LancasMrs. D. Fothergill has been quite ill "Well, Uncle, I don't know," I says. "I'll have to go and tee." WHY THAT LAME BACK? Coming Across r i i i If Stony Point Miss Mary Barr spent tho weekend with home folk. II r. Ervin West of Williamsburg is visiting relatives here. Mrs. W. L. Moore in visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lee Combs. Miss Fannie Dowdrn spent Friday night with Miss Mary Ilarr. Mr, W. L. Moore sold his place to Mr. Justice of Williamsburg for $105. per acre. Mrs. N II. (Jillen of Here a la visiting her sisters, Mesdames J. L. Thompson and O. M. Oarr. Mr. S. It. Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley and Mrs. Calaway Mounshell were in Louisville Saturday and Sunday visiting their Garrard relatives. COY Mr. Phil McMillian sold his farm to Thomas Tapp for $1700. Preaching at Scotts Fork Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Malcom Otborne bonght of Itobert Preston a small tract of land for $750. Mrs. l'eachle Grow was the week-enguest of Mrs, Mary Sanders and family. Earl Droadus leaves this week for Chicago after several weeks stay with his parents Sanders Bros and Jess Sanders ship-- a load of hogs and cattle to Louis-vill- o last week. Misses Llda and Nell Kay and Mrs. Eliza McMillian spent last Thursday with Mrs. Phil McMillian. Mrs. l'eachie Grow and Mrs. Mary Sanders and daughter, Pcachie May, were visitors, of Mrs. Samuel Johnion Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian attended preaching at Pleasant Hill Sunday and were the guests of Mr. John Ray and family. Misses Leota Ray, Bessie Ray and d cr An Urgent Message to You from the Firing Line "lluy Government the past week. Bonds." Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Chandler were "You'll hato to go and see?" be says, Berlin or Bust Buy Liberty Boud. arcastlcal ami dry. Buy Your Share In Victory Liberty in Richmond recently. And I didn't feel too cheerful when I ; Bonds! looked him In the cji Mrs. Ambrose Calico has been a guest Every Liberty Bond Spikes a Ger-- ! of Mrs. Jesse Layton. "Now, son, ou listen here," he ay. , man Gun. Is Watching Buy Liberty Germany "I II give It to ou straight; Miss Zula Calico was in Richmond Bonds. I know bu're In a hurry. Belter let He Also Fights Who Helps a FightWednesday and Thursday. the hurry wait. er Fight. Mr. Riley Davis has purchased of Mr If You Cannot Go Across. Come "There's things I'm going to tell you, Across lluy a Liberty Bond. Louis Murphy his farm here. or try to anyhow. Keep tho Home Fires Burning Buy Clyde, the infant son of Mr. Talton If you never dono much thlnkln', you a Liberty Bond. better do pome now. Your Boy Is Fighting for Uberty May, has been ill for some time. Back Him Up! Buy Uberty Bonds. I alMrs. Amelia Bogie is with Mrs. Allen "I brought ou up In freedom. Be a Partner of Uncle Sam Buy lowed jou'd have the run Hli Bonds. Teater who is in very poor health. Of the fairest, finest country that cvr sot the fun. Rev. N. G. Young will begin a scries of meetings at the Methodist church. (!) "I gave you ycliool and readin' as much aa you could lenrn. A handsome concrete wall and steps are being erected in front of the Bap- And never asked on hour of our service In return. tist church. "You had it soft and eafy; mi didn't Airs. Loie Noel has been with Mr. nave to ngnt; ii!. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie of Bryantsvllle, And )ou looked on peaco and plenty who are ill. as If they was your rlcht. i. Miss Jessie B. Ray was the week-en"I took a chance to raUe ou, I raid, Oruln fceda (all to clro bens guest of Miss Viola Tribble at her home ho won't forget, roDlrcil Ic.r nbit.a nl rcti. vt licit, Some day he'll do mu credit.' And near Lancaster. rorn.otu.l,orkr.kOicomiD(iboTo this Is what I get. bod rtimlMcDanccltlemrDtiilnavcr- Messrs Gtorze Calico. Talton Mav tee i roil uxi oolr is fbitf. und Frank Land were in Lexington on "I avk a little favor that you can do Purina Chicken Chowder for me, with Purina Scratch Feed business Saturday. So small I halt) to ask It, and, You'vo contains elements for got to go and seel Mr. Rether Ray of Dayton Ohio, has 212.33 white., 214.77 yolks. Kelt rrtcct balance 1 3d la ret num be r. been here visiting his mother, Mrs. "I've (drove with men and angels for Pioutof loobenaeattoo much sraui Amelia Bogie and others. which lomn (at tod ruta down the honor of our name, ttt laylnc. IcedXOIba, lurln UcralcS 1'ceJ to loo lbs. PuilnjChlcti-Mr. and Mrs J. M. Amon, Mr. Willie To mnko It stand for snmuthln' and jou'II keep it clean of shame. lo iii lac d ud cat P. Long and Mlse Valeria Whittaker eggs "I always planned to glvo you a counwere in Kicnmonu, lmirsuay. try and a flag Mr, and Mrs. Ambrose Calico and You could call as good ai any and you Ucnerpld for PurlnaCrilckrn Chowtho Misses Calico were guests of Mr. wouldn't havo to brag. der Hill be refunded II li:n do not Itj morocccs when lot Ilirina tlikkca and Mrs. Talton May, Sunday. Cbamler u directed with IMrlna "If you figure so to keep them, only tit ratib Fred than when fed on, ether Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simmon nf If Id.. know ono plan ration. furamtcedscomclnUjccxcr. board bsciouly. mond were guests of Air. and Mrs. E, That'll stand all kinds of acid, and that's to he a man. ii. ui&ntiier, .hursday night. Mr, and Airs. Ed Dailey were called "So you better think It over and thow you can do: to Richmond, Monday by the death of I can what ueo about a billion. So long. the latters aunt, Mrs. Lucy Sanlin. It's up to you." Mr. Harold Onstott of Berea Colleg Now I guess, unless I'm willing to bo came home Saturday on his way to It Carries Its Own Evidence. charged up as a loss And thrown Into tho discard, I'll have Lexington to consult an eye specialist. A religion which taken iHiwMlnn of , to como ncross. tlm cotivlctlona of mankind carries Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora with It Its own evidence. In its conTeuter, Misses Sullie Lou Teater, Ethel formity with unhorml spiritual expeLIBERTY BONDS AS Ray and Mr. Smilie Hill wero recent rience; ami the truth of It, lying within guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Nave of CHRISTMAS GIFTS the four corners of tho conception. Is Stauluiu, ubovo und beyond the power of historTho salo of the Second Liberty Loan ical criticism. Kroude. James, a little son of Mr. Jeptha Bond Issue at Onstott sustained a painful accident hailed In many this time has been quarters na being par.when lie fell while playing at school ticularly timely. This applies especially to people who are anxious to make Friday Both bones of his arm were CUrlstnias gifts of unusual value, bebroken by striking a rock. Poultry Tenlc cause they will bo able, by making Mrs. Robert Long went to Richmond small payments from time to time, to Vihi ra.n m.ko II Cillons of tha but QIV Monday for medical treatment. Her acquire Uberty Bonds before the arixju 11 if tonic known rival of the holiday season. Kith a Mo bottle ot fasta mother Mrs, B. Ray accompanied her Brokers In New York are calling the and remained with her until Thursday. uttentlon of their clients to this opCures and pre rent npe. cooler, an portunity. Many of their customers other dlMtnec At draff Mr, and Mrs. John Land and Miss annually buy stocks or bond for relalata or br mall uwtvtU. 'out try book free. Lenna Hollon were guests of Mr. Jerry tives, and this year all will be urged to Imln iiajaji ti . I wintra.1 Iliggins and the Misses Higgins near buy Liberty Bonds of the later Issue. By subscribing now they will be tidPaint Lick Sunday. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. ing tho government to rusks, a oulck I For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values Moderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, f 1 I I 30 OR 300 I any location, adaptation or ACRES improvements consult the sell or exchange, GET BUSY. I D0 A. Thomas Esal Estate AGENCY DC DC DC DC I d RED BLOOD AMERICANISM chowder-- More or money back IS COMING TO THE FRONT tight now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and round bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and.unfullled in the, air. Tho exigency now confronting ui emphasizes, its nothing else could do, the importer co of good health, liotli as an individual and national usfct. ollice, 1 Sold by LeadingD' lei s It gives point to the HUgjeatlon, often emanating from this I lut every buly should guard their heilth as u priceless When oii find n yonrnelt running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, ut is the case with everybody ut tlmm You ought to como to Nature's relief mid take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R " lo satisfy you, or ineney bark If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of "being sent hack homa for lack of red blood when you answer the cull of the colors. Legally jjiiiiriiiiUtd 12 Gals. sells nt Ono Dollar lor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the liver, kidney's, bowls, bladder,' blood and indigestion und heudacliea, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOPK is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c Try our COWUOV LINIMENT, for all l'alns. bruises, burns, etc. 2Sc and GOc bottles. It sto-nr- i, STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. limucr-iHx- Dakoto Jack-White-Mo- on 3729 31 West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. c DC DC DC DC The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 25, 1917. CARDS." Rex Oarage A. 1). IHIAOSIIAW, Help HieBojR at the trcsui fey mwr Prop Ar;rnt for Hl...hre BUICK CARS NioneGG Open Day and Night. ulck and Satisfactory Service Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Stable. LIBER 1 jK BONDS i i III SKHIir m. HUH II V n. uuuu f if i jr kind, pay 4 world. o( Remember) 1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. t Itainey's I.I very Lancaster. Pbont 229. Kentucky m N. K. Denny and Dtdtn OBc. Of Dnial f Record . A. Wheelei that our l i On any amount of Bonds up to $5,000 worth youj won't pay a pen ny of tax of any RESIDENCE AT PUBLIC AUCTION Having decided to locate elsewhere, I will offer to the highest bidder my property in Lancaster, Ky, located on Lexington St., one block from the Graded School, the best neighborhood in the city, j Haiti Sloimt BnlldlDf on', urniiort Htcrt. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. Svierj. oin Unit A lonuaumiy wui Liberty MHMJ The Wayenberg Line remember of Work Shoes for Men mid Days. Best by (est. Every pair guaranteed, always be proud to interest are U. S. GovcrnJ mcnt Bonds, and arc the safest in'-vestment in the Vour banker will handle your subscription hut Saturday, Nov. 3rd, '17 AT 1:30 G. C. COX, Manse.Ky O'CLOCK. charge. .j. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Oilier Uvrr National Hunk. Kuiidetice 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 EANCASTElt. KY. M. J. PATRICK, DeniiHt. Kontuckv Said property consists of one acre, with ten room house, practically rtw, storm sheeted, brick foundation, with hot water heat, water works with bath, W"'erncver has to be cut off on'account of cold during the coldest weather. Electric lights, large concrete cellar, where coal and kindling is stored so that you ncverhave to leave the house for fuel. Large front and back porches, and three The lot consists of fine garden spot, large strawberry bed, and chicken yard. Terms made known on day of Sale. Those desiring to see property will be shown same at any time. Phone 247. Paint Lick, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. " 9 COL. I. M. DUNN, M. K. DENNY. Auctioneer. Nine Safe Rules. Drink less, breathe more; eat leu. more; ride less, walk more; . chew bathe more; worry Its", i clothe less, sleep more; talk les, think mora; give more; scold lea, read waste less, more; preoch less, prctlcc more. John M. McRobertt. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Lancaster, - Surgeon. Kentucky. Calls answered promptly, day or night. Phone 301. J.E. EDWARDS. Phone 365-BUCKEYE, KY. M.D Mrs. W. I. Anderson and children. 'JA.RTERSV iLLE. Mr. and Mrs Mud Starns, and Mr. anil Meatless Days Produce Longevity. When a Man Changes. Mrs. Eliza Conn visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Martin Green visited Mr. and Mrs Every man takes rare that his neigh-- 1 Plnmrih reoimled "that ilic nntlcnt City Conn last Sunday. Sam Davis Uit Sunday. ItrltoiiH were so temperate that they bur Mmll not cheat him. Hut n day Miss Thelma Robinson entertained a only besnn to grow old when one hun- come when ho begins to care that he dred anil twenty jeiir of age. . Joe-- " uot cheat his neighbor. number of friends last Sunday. He bai Big Market for Peanuts. Marseilles, France. Is the great cen- Their fiNl ennslMe.l nlmnt exclusive- chtiugcd his market curt Into a chariot Mr. and Mrs. Iljnum Davis enterly of atom, berries nnd water." of the mm. Emerson. tral market for peanuts, raoro than tained a numbr( of friends Sunday. 120,000 metric tons of peanutM lu the Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Tcdd of Ilerea shell and 240.000 tons of shelled nuts visited Mr.'andJMre. J. T. Allsn last being crii'hed there lu a single year. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V, I. Pennington visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Itoop, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Davis and Mrs. Hubert Green were pleanant guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor 6f Manse, HIGHEST PRICES PAID Sunday. RtmlRaaca Mailed m Day SMpmtnt It RMiInd Revival met ling nervier lire rnw in .. Halley Hawkins Hulett Weils Wilson' Barber Bass Fayette Warehouse Announcement progress at l.eavel Green. The services are beltu corducted by Itcv. Van No Commission Writ fur Trie out this agreement. Except each of us huvu the right to kill rabbits on ocr ,'unns ur permit it to bo done, by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and re'lnble person solec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1015. E. Kobinion, W. II. Ilrown, V Alex Wulker, II. Hurton. T. A. Elkln, Jlaseldiin Ilros,, F. M. Tinder, J II Dalton. Logan Hubble, Jehn 11. Smith. G. M. Deshon, J N. Itujs. II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes Ilros, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Ilros, William, Marcus and Jim White. U. F. Wilmot, J. 1). l'ope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, iV. Elmore, Huffman Uros, T. C. Itankln. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. It. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry, llrlght Herring. A. D. Bradihaw. Scott Huffman It. L. Barker. Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. 1.. Winkle. Mrs. Susie Kit fro, Mr l!olert (I'n-ei- i and fitter, EMcllu Davis visited NOTICE. HUNTERS TAKE Mrs. Eliza Creech of Wullaceton Inst Thi Agreement Witnesseth; That Tuesday night. ir. order to protect tlio name on our llads for u period of three vears we bind ourselves not to bunt thereon, nor ptrmit anybody elie to do no, mid we further ngreo to prosecute with dill-!nc- a all persons who violate the game I" ri. law of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further axree to net as Deputy standard track Game Wurdeni for the purpose of directly zervinc Shippiag Tart to Pay Ut a ad M. Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE. KV. JgMliiM M 1 o the Piibhc F YOU or your friends contemplate traveling toany nointand desire - In order tuj" better take core of its customers the Fuyette Tobacco Warehouse Compnnv hns purchased the warehouse at No. 555, Broadway, known as' the Broadway Tobocco Warehouse. Concrocts have been let to enlarge the lights and improve the. facilities that they may meet the requirement of the Fayette trade. We have engaged as sales manager of this property which will be known as the Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company, No. 2. Mr. S. D.Nocl. one of the best judges of tobacco in Kentucky and widely and favorably known to the entire tobacco trade of the state. The FayettelTobaeco Warehouse Commpauy hus endeavored since its organization, s nine years ago. tii furnish the tobacco planters of Kentucky as reliable and service has bourne testimony to the success of as could he had Our constantly increasing trade high-clas- 8000 Miles our efforts. For this coming season, with the same employees and under the some manage mc nt, we shall be better prepared to take care of our customers without delay. All the reports we have received from the Southern nnd Eastern markets indicnle the highest hurley market we have ever known. Mr. Karlv Bass, our auctioneer, who Is now telling nt Greenville. N. C. reports tobacco selling from live to seven cents n pound higher than last season. This proportionate increase will give us a very high average here. Because of the splendid patronage we hove enjoyed in the past, and bemuse we 'he commission received from tobacco told on desire to do our "bit" wc shall divide one-ha1st, between the Soldiers' Tobacco Fund and the Local our opening sale about December Chapter of the Red Cross. lf Alabama r. Elkin. Jn. M. Farra. ' J. Florida Georgia Indiana Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorlhCarolina information regarding fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call on or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of 1. 1 I Southern Railway System Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every trip a pleasant one. i ( Ohio SoulhCarolina effort .is made to make your Tennessee Virginia and (A H. C. KING. Division Patenter Atent IUC Mala Strati. LaiWoo, Ktatuckr n Fayette Tobacco Warehouse By SAMUEL H. HALLEY, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Co. District of lit ii Columbia Noel Natham Shouse Offutt Martin Ferguson Vaughan niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiF f 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 25, 191 7. r Inspirational Meetings : Chorus Music. AT THE Student Night, Frlday7:15 I I i I 1 Hear Mr Stebbins Sing. Presbyterian Church Continuing Until Nov 4th. Afternoon Meetings FOR MEN ONLY Sunday 2:30 p. m. Subject; "Venus, Goddess of Love; or Sexual Sins and Safe-guards- i Trombone Solos. Expositions of Scripture. Inspirational Addresses. ." Evening Meetings at 2:30. at 7:15. Private talk to Boys Monday, 4 p. m. ! S Dr. FRANK ARNOLD, Evangelist MR. ROLLA STEBBINS, Choir Night. Special Music, Better Church Efficiency. Soloist and Chorus Director. People of all Creeds and no Creeds at all are Invited. COLLEGE CECIL MORE THAN Tuesday Evening Business MensRally Wednesday, 7:15 Higher Life. TheCentral Record INC0RP0BATKD. sima Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. , E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Entered the I'uit Office In Ltucttter, Kt.i Second t:ln and Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Laculer. Ky., October 25, 1917 for Precinct and Citv Rates For Political Announcements Offices . . .$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices Stale and District Offices.... 15.00 10 for Calls, per line 10 Tor Cards, per line for all publications In the inter-eof individuals or expression of individual views, per in at line 10 line- - Obituaries, per 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator. JAY HARLAN Representative. J. HOGAN BALLARD. Connlj Jndge. A. D. FORD. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. County Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. - Coonty Court Clerk. W. A. UOTY. For Jailer. DAVID ROSS. Assessor. E. U. It VY. Coonty School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE II1GG1NS. Coroner. S. II. ANDERSON Magistrate District Ho. 1. -- J. 11 CLMtK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN 1SON. Magistrate District No. JOHN S. HAM. 3. Magistrate District No. 4. J. M. METGALF. 1EPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge. FOREST STAPP. 1 '. Fk Assessor. A. T. SCOTT. references for "fair dealing," From my experience in the business know how, when, where and whs Mrs. Helen Cecil, wife of Mr. T. K. to advertise. . Foot Ball Schedule 1917. IN LIBERTY BONDS Cecil, died Monday morning after a Ti the on.! who has property to veil -- farm lands, city property, dwelling lingering illness of tuberculosis and was lots or business property, merchandise or nny real estate prooaltion. I sohci To Be Given Away Br The talnmel Bakyour business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. Friends of Center College here will buried Tuesday afternoon at Goshen, List Your farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand n be interested in the foot ball schedule the services being conducted by Rev. ing Powder Company. long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere- and your propof that splendid school for the coming II. S. Hudson. She wns a devout member of the erty may be just what I am looking for. gemes. Its schedule started Oct. 6th, To the one who wants to invest, I solicit )our patronage as 1 know valufi Her death is The Calumet Ilaking Powder Company but the next important game will he Presbyterian chnrch. played at Maryville, Tenn. particularly sad and pathetic from the of Chicago are staunch supporters of and know that when you close a deal through mo you will get "value received" The Home Coming (J aire will be the fact she left seven chi'dren just at the the policy of liberally rewarding the for your money. I have on hand for sale at all times a Large Number of Farms. Dwelling star attraction of the season and will age they most needed a mother's watch efforts of their salesmen. Each year be nlaved at Danvilln November rin! ' ffln nnil Inv.a ltniaiuii nt tMa for years-th- ey have given valuable City Property not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantV against the University of Kentucky. I and because of her spirituality and prizes to salesmen securing the great- 'changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties and some- ot They will play Transylvania at Lexing- - goodness a universal regret is felt that est volume of business. jmy best properties are not advertised at the request of the owners. This year thev will tli.tnbute more J of Garrard County, write me and 1 will tell yw ton on November 24th and the Thanks- - her pure young life ended so soon tf you are a giving game will be pulled olT at Dan- Resides her husband and children she than $10,000 in Liberty Ronds among ' all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, ville on November 29th against George- leaves three brothers, Messrs John, their high record salesmen. schools and churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people nnd its growth Ren and Will Oakcs and n number ot This is a splendid idea a plan that is j The following is just a few of the properties I have on hand for sale now. town. We predict a good crowd from Lan- friends and relatives to mourn her loss. worth of the heartiest commendation FARMS. A farm of ISO acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with and one that should be emploved oy caster will see these games. other concerns who with tn contribute about 100 acres of clilf and grazing land thrown in, MR. THOMPSON M. ARNOLD. to the "Nation's fighting fund". A fertile farm of 1SI acres with splendid Improvements, landlies well RESOLUTIONS. The giving away of prizes in the form and is on pike. Surrounded by those he loved, trustA small farm of 3 acres, :IJ miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwelling in the All Father, sweetly as a of Liberty Ronds was prompted by u At a called meeting of the directors and pa- ing and new ham, good land lies well, tired child, the soul of this good friend, spirit of loyalty to employe of the Citizens National Rank of LanA farm of 00 acres, on pike 2J miles from tow.i, land rolling, very fertile triotic duty to country. It answered father and husband went caster, Kentucky, held on the 20th day the call of "conservation" -- without mostly in grass, large tobacco barn I room house. "In the hush of the valley of silence ot October 1017, the following resoluA farm of 8 J acre,, extra tobacco and hemp Und. rolling, 2 large barns, depriving salesmen of awards to which Into that fuller life tions were unanimously adopted; conscientious selling endeavor is entit- splendid dwelling, land well fenc-- d an well watered tensnt house and other Where no voice is heart! save God's Whereas T. M. Arnold died on the II led. It will aid the nation in time of out buildings. And Ins own". day ot October 1917, be it resolved by need and at the same titn prove prizes A form ot 93J acres of ric'i land, part level and part rolling, fine duelling Fitting it was that one whose lifu of real worth and ones the officers and directors of this bank;-Thof which tho of 8 roams, hilli, callar eti. '.' orchard. 2J miles from town cu piki This we desire to express our testimony had reached full fruition, like n ripe Calumet salesmen will feel justly proud. one a bargain. as to the long, useful tnd honorable shock of corn should go at the Harvest 5T acres of very tertf'e land on pike 1 mil from town, good dwelling and, How much better this-th- an the service of our deceased member, who Home, and what emblem of hope that awarding of the usual prize "trinklets" large barn and other fine orchard and llm land priced right. even as the reapers are gathering the has been a director in this bank from A farm of 12S aires, A miles from town, than the handing out of awards that pike, but partly rolling vouug grain is inutured harvest, the the time of its organization in 1883. splendid improvements. benefit only Hie recipients. We express our profound and sincere coming to life; in all its vernant beauty, is a patriotic merchandising move. A farm of 110 acres of fine land well improved, n pike accessible to marIt spmpathy to his family, and trust that God'a type of immortality. Thus went It is certain to itimulate the sale of ket of three county seats, land lies well. they may find consolation in God's care. u man of the "old school". A small farm of IS acres, Raking Calumet Powder- - because mile from pike, with good improt Craving not honors or preferment, housewives of America are bound to ments. lie it further resolved; that these resolutions be sproaj at large upon the yet if fino judgement and broad views, buy a product of the superior quailty ISO aeres. partly rolling, very fertile, splendid improvements, A farm of minutes of this bank, be publisned in one to whom many camo for council. of Calumet Ilaking Powder -- especially arge i) rovn brick dwelling with front lawn U pike, eaiy term. 65 acres lr Courteous, charitable in his judgements, when they learn that money spent for cultivation, balance in yrass. the Central Record, and a copy family of the deceased. alwnya glad to receive his hospitable, to the A farm of 1CJ acres, on pike, nil in blue gra. large barn, fii.e buildinr Calumet means money saved for them I, IT...I friend', even to the last, especially and a bost to the distribution ot Lib- site for dwelling, orchard, land reajy for tobacco and hemp, close to school nnd Committee, L. I Walker t tender to his old "comrades in arms". erty llonds. churche.", also 5 miles from Lancaster. His devotion to his children, the last A farm of 21, A acres of nearly level land, C rom dwelling, large dwellIt will enthuse Calumet salesmen. It day of his life enquiring lovingly of his will tie the spur of patriotism to the ing, large orchard, land fertile, on pike, close to schools and churches. This is FISHERMEN RETURN. youngest son who has gone to light for determination to excel in salesmanship a "untidy" little Jimne. his Hag. His chivalrous regard for her A farm of 40 acres. IiIkIi clasi land, on pike, on pike, 5 miles from Stanand finally it adds more proof tu the ot the most delightful fishing One who went life's pathway so long with trips ever had was when six members him. What a heritage to leave behind. often proved fact thut the Calumet ford an ideal location. Will bo sold worth the money and on .inv torms. A furm of 151 acres on pike, f!J miles from Danville and 0 miles from of the Rockcastle Fishing Club had Wrapf cd in hip beloved "suit of gray" Ilaking Powder Company are ever on their Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of improvement, farm lie) In neitly n tho alert to serve their employes their annual outing near the mouth of with the cross upon his breast. Rockcastle river at the hospitable home "Where the silent tents uro spread" millions ot customers and the country square ami can lis divulil with fronts on pike In splendid neighborhood and right at small village with school ami churches. . Tho water .,,,, of Mrs. .Charity Poyntcr. Hi,mn rm,,,,i in general in the fairest possible ' FOR Ri:NT:i-- faun of 28) acres, well located, well improved unil m..u nearand the weather wero ideal, but the he lies bivouaced till tho God of battles' manner. ly all in grass nnd a part ot the grass reajy for thu plow. Will be rented for fish for the first few Jays deemed to shall sound the final revielle. 1918. the year ... have been on a diet, but their appetites SIMPSON HOUSE FOR RENT A small farm of 14 n:rei, oi piku 1 mile from splen lid Uriel: recovered toward tho lattc pan of the residence, large barn nnd other out buildings, well watered. RUy a home close week and some splendid catches were On accouut of moving away w dekinds of plain and fancy tewing, All to the best town in Central Kentucky. made. Mr. J. A. Ucazley e" lv con es ut reasonable prices. Satisfaction sire to rent our residence on Richmond A furm of 000 acres LISTEN to this:-TI- IK REST HARGAIN in Kenout the C ainpion having landed and guaranteed. street for tho year 1917. Anyone Mrs. F. Morgan, tucky. Located on two pikes, near the famous Camp Dick Robinson section of brought home a salmon that weighed Richmond St, next door below Powell's tu see same, call at residence. Garrurd County. Part of this Un Is virgin soil, ready for hemp nnd tobieeu. exactly 13 po'ind after iti arrival in store. Mr and Mrs U. D. Simpson. 300 acres is nearly level in high state of cultivation. I dwelling on the farm Lancaster. Judge Frisbie landed the the main dwelling is an ideal Kai'.ucky Country lutns. 2 larue now tobaern champion bass of the week, the barns, stock barnsand other out buildings, well watared and well fenced. If small mouth variety and tipping tho MAN. tho entire fa. in is too mieh for you, will sell you a 273 acre tract, or 145 acre scales at five pound. John Farra let tract or 85 acre tract. Priced right and on easy terms. u good one get away and the fish that Successors to Hughes & Swinebroad A farm of 117 acres of rolling Ian J, nov dwelling, barn ic, well watered Bob Elkin hooked wouldn't hold on to 2J miles from town, will suit some one who does not caro to be right OF Saudey Hughe its end of the line. cn the pike. Will sell at a bargain If b night at once. handles the rod like an expert, but a KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, CITY PROPERTY: two pound bass was about his limit. New modern dwelling of 8 rooms, 2 halls, collar, bath rooms, modern Mr. Carl Engelhardt, of Louisville, improvements, furnace heated, electric lights, water works, small modern barn was a pleasant and genial member of and 4 acres of land. the party and whilo an expeit fisherIN A dwelling of G rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. man and can ham'le the rod with the Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. dexterity ot Isaac Walton himself, he A number of other dwellings and building lots. too failed to land any "cowa", yet ho For further particulars and prices Inquire of kept the party well supplied with small- EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. er ones that furnished abundance of Our records for the past eight years show sales of more than 13,600 acres food for the Inner man during the enMAN. tile stay. Altogether It was the most of land, besides a large amount of town and city property and stocks of merdelightful trip ever. We are due at chandise, amounting to more than tl.XO.OOO.OO and this business was done to Lancaster. Kentucky. "Aunt Charity's" again next October, the entire satisfaction of more than MX) clients and customers and they are my CENTRE $10,000 1 J ' fft - 1 1 e. o- ,., 1 SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE - Headquarters for Real Estate "THE LAND OF NOW" SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE fhe Central Record, Thursday. Oct 25. 1917. 2 And with it comes the demand for heavier warm Cloakings and comforDresses--fo- r WinterisNear Plush Goats. The New Plush Coats are exceedingly attractive and so differ ant. Our assortment of Plushes contains all the new i'Jeas 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 cloths. table modist Suits. In our new showing of WOOLENS AND SILK DRESS FABRICS we have a comprehensive display that will be the joy of every style lovers heart a wealth of colorings, styles and designs that will charm you with their daintiness of tex- ture and unqualified worth. as The Joseph Merantile Co A SQUARE DEAL ASSURED. THE ONE PRICE STORE. & t One & Two Horse Wheat Fertilizer Attachments and Plow. fce-Hon- e Drills Gossip About A I Mrs. O. U. Terrill of Richlards Va.. Miss Lucie Thompoon has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs is veiling her parents. Mr. and Mrs.' Hnyden Jack Adsms. Miss Elizabeth InL'an. of Lexington Mrs. Saufley Hughes made u short-vUispent the week end with Mr and Mrs! lail week to Mrs. J. lioekwclt Smith of Danville. I. D. Simpson. Miss Mollie Worthlngton of Danville, Mr. I'arker Gregory made n short business trip to Lancaster from his is here to asist Miss Tommiu Francis., in the ftod eontervation campaign. new home nt Ashville N. C t I CUT Tins OUT -IIS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut cut this slip, enclose it with 5c and mail lo Foley A Co., 2843 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III,, writing your name and address clearly. You will receive la return .1 trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound , for bronchial and la grippe cough,, colds nnd croup; Foley Kidney Fills, for lane back, weal: kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles; and Foley Cathartic Tab-let- i, a wholesome end thoroughly clean,-in- g cathartic for conetipstion, biliousncci. headache and sluggUh bowelj. You will alto receive, free of cbirge. Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints"; Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diteases" nnd n few limple suggestions tor thce having kidney and bladder trouble. You con recure all theae for only Sc For sale by all dealers. T Ma Dctre Wagou, One Two-Hon- e Birdsell Wagon, One Closed Carriage r.iUI Mention or thr Com!n$ tiki lyThoic W: Art interested In. Spread-r- . . no Hum. W 0as Kt!ii'L-s- One Ohio Silo Filler. One Miinurc loliii Deere Wagons. prices, All nt nltrnclivu One Kictinit I'lnw. Sue our new Rung's nnd Healers The Prices Will Suit Yon. J. W' R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF - Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. in Hats. Ladies Ready-To-We- ar I i !' Sec our lino nml get our prices. We meet competition Your trade is very much appreciated, Sander's Variety Store. LANCASTER, KY. Mrs Holman Urown nir! Mrs Haydeu Mr. John M. Carpenter and niece, I Leavell spent the day in Danville, Wed- Misa Sara Itcid, left Monday for Saint nesday shopping r.nd visiting the sick Cloud Fin., wliere they will spend the int r. Mr. J. C. Cox ha returned from n at the Hospital. visit to Mrs. Silas Mcsser of Moreland. nice Mr. Earlo Broaddus, who has Dr. .) M. Acton has rctu.-nr- d from A tlnlntv littlo daughter has arrived position witli the Western Electric a visit to his son, Carl, who is in the at thr home of Mr. nml Mrs. Orvilln Company, of Chiciin". returned to his officers training camp at Fcrt Uenja home this week after u two months mine Harrison. Buck. IS vit.it wit'i relatives in the county. Mrs. John Sinclair, who was Miia Mr. and Mr. Humid Oldham of Mollie Spainhower. and now lives atj Richmond were here last Heck the Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Owens of Hu guests of Judge mid Mr.. C. A Arnold tonville, and Mr. and Mrs. llowman Hamilton Mo . in sending for the Hec- -' ord writes ni interesting letter of Mis-- 1 Owens and son James Samuel, of Mrs. Lester Wilson of Lula Miss., motord to Lancaster, Sunday, souri climate, crops and prices. She and Mis! Mhrgret Smith, of Jelliro, and spout the diy very pleasantly with saya "This has been n great year for, Tenn., are visiting Mm. Stephen Wafanners, some com making iO bushels Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hall. (!) lker. to the acre, oats 60 bushels to acre, Mr and Mrs Hnyden Leavell enterhogs at $18. a hundred, one sow and U Mr. Herbert Ellis of Wilson N. C . is tained at a twelve o'clock dinrt r Sun- pigs here on u visit to his friends and tela-tive- s day. bringing $186." Thoso present were Mr uid Mrs and bvylng mule at the tame Ed Italian! ot Stanford, Mr nml Mrs Mrs. J. Randolph Harris and Miss ' time. Will Brnsdus. Mrs Dillon nml Mrs Bct-ti- o (Catherine Harris, of Lancaster, are Mrs. Hay Foster and little daughter (!) Mroadus of Hubble, Mr Tenger of with .Mrs. W S. Grinstead. They are Jane, ar.u Miss Lisle Cooper were tho I'aris and Mr end Mrs Chas Itankin and very much pleaaed with Lancaster but guests of Mrs. Miss Lucile Thompson. attractive week-enadmit that it fcela mighty good to be Robert Todd. Mr. lien Wood en me up on a short back in Stanford even for i. brief visit. Mr. A.'l), Ilradshaw left last Monday furlough from Camp Ta) lor last Sat- Mr. Harris is holding down u very for Nashville Tenn., to attend the sale urday reluming Monday evening. lien responsible pnjiilon in the National all the boys are Bank of that city and Garrard county ft of Aberdeen Angus cattle, owned by looks well and say E. L. Hampton. well and contented" He has recently people generally ale rejoiced to get him and his excellent family back to Mrs. (i. M. Treadtvay and Mies Clias-tin- o been appointed u mess gargeant and the city of his birth. Interior .I ourmil. saju the job is just to his liking Hucker Lick, were guests Mount has returned from n delightful visit to Alt. Sterling. Mis Joan I AS YOU KNOW This is a velour season, I! i See our Line Also our line of of Paint of their sister. Mrs. Jas. ft. Conn and Help The Operator family, Wednesday. lrs. J. A. Anion anil ronTCollis, the C. K. com ention at Winchester, and also visited Mr?. Crow at Clay City this week. Mr. Given Terrill Iia3 joined his family ot Ashvllle N. C. wher they will make their future home much to the regret of their numerous friends. I Those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mr. T M. Arnold last week were: Mr. and Mra I. M, Arnold, Mrs. R. M Arnold, Mis Hernice Arnold of Springfield Ky, Mrs. John llrown, Mrs. S. A. Iodine ard daughters. Misses May, Emma and Norris Itodino of Rloomfield. Ky, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sea nnil'Mr. Nath Deathrage. CARD OF THANKS. to extend to cur many friends nur hearty appreciatien for tho beautiful floral designs contributed and for the many kindnesses rendered us in our bereavement. Mrs. T. M. Arnold and family. We wish Suit Hats ! Serve You Better. Friends here havo received letters from Mr. Luther M. Merida, one of Mrs. It. B. McKoberts entertained Telephone subscribers are urged to call by numour Garrard County boy, of his safe Tho kindness si own by my friends! Monday nfternoon at a Induing party a "omewhero in n 4IIC llllll!9 ber and not by name. In a community of this size the in honor of Mrr William Fox Logan of ariivnl at He Camp,he is liking fine and ..i.u llciKilii.'l n t,UIHK .1... 111. Ullllil France". wife shall operators cannot possibly remember the names of 'all Wilkes Harre l'a. Delightful refresh- enjoying life. sajs Merida has been in death of my belovedappreciate all never Mr. be forgott I that tho army seven ears, nml is nt present was done from the bottom of my heart subscribers; when you call by name you delay your ments were served. ' a member of lattery C, 8th Provisional and thank you all Miss Minnie Mno liohinson entertainfor the sympathy exservice and hamper its efficiency. x ' Regiment. ed Tuesday evcnlnz at an elegant Many friends here are ho- tended me and my rvcu children. . dinner T. Cecil All telephones are known to the operators by o'clock Smith, in honor of Miss Mar- ping for a safe return of this splendid garet the attractive visitor, of young man. on the switchboard directly in Mrs. S. A Walker. umbers which are Friends of Robert Walter, son of Dr. front of them. The directory is your index to the Miss Carrie Miller ha returned home and Mrs. 1J V. Walter, will be pleased j YOU'LL FINII IT IN THIS COLUMN, j i .... no lu switchboard and should be consulted before making a after n visit to friends and telativcs in I... iIrani i.. iiihk juni. ....i a iituiiniiic Vs. I CARD OF THANKS in all the new shades New goods each week. RELLA ARNOLD i call. Call by number and help the operator serve you better. Bastro, Telephone Co. THAT CHEAP. HOOF need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU THE PAINT i McRobertsDruaStore by examination, receiving the appointment h, as Sargeant in tho Medical department of Dr. Grant's unit now stationed at The examination llattisburi; Miss, Dr. W D.( I'rynr left yesterday for nnd appointment was most cmnplimvn Lexington to nttend the Grand Lodge tury fiom the fact that there were meeting ot the Knlghti of I'vthian now forty applicants for the place, some of In session there Doctor Is the Chanthem being college giuduntes cellor Commander of the local lodge. Mr. ond Mrs" Frank Mnrkshury havo Mrs. Osee Sisk has returned from returned from Richmond Ind., whero Mattoon, Illinois, where she went with they joined In tho birthday celebration n view to locating in November. Iloth Hie of Mr. Margaret Murksburv. "Miss Usee" and Miss Hulda will ho UicliiM'i'd papers contain the following greatly inis'ed hv their circluof ftlends notices: "Mra. lloiviml Rice about twenty women yesterday afInformation has been received here of the very serious illness of Sirs. Sal-li- e ternoon at her homo In the I'ellmnit Ituvburn, who formerly lived here apartments in compliment to the birthand moved with her daughter, Mrs. It. day unniversary of her mother, 'Mrs. 1. Grenory, to Hendorsonville N. C, Margaret Marksbury of Lancaster Ky, Tho afterroon who Is visiting here. In, May. was spent in knitting and needlework. Mr. Will Lackey and family move Lata In the afternoon a delicious dinthis week to Harlan Ky, where the v ner was served by the hestees. Mrs. Much J, M. Staughtou of Covington Ky, siswill mike their future home. regret is expressed at tho departure of ter of Mrs. Itice was present. ..Mr. this excellent family but wo hope our and Mrs. A. II. Rico entertained sevloss It their ffaln. eral of the tatter's relatives over the and week end. Mrs. J. M. Staughton of Mr, and Mrs. G. 1). Stvinebroad sons. Georce anl Marrf. left last Fri Covington, Ky, and Mr. and Mrs, F. II, day for Columbus O., where they ex- Marksbury of Lancaster Kv, returned pect to take in tho great Ohio State to their home this morning. Mrs, Marffltr now In nrofrreis at that nluee. garet Markibury of Lancaster Ky, will litre before reThey motored thru in their handsome spend several week turning to her home." Hupmobile. Covington, She was accompanied her grand' mother, Mrs Mary Hinter-iiiawho will upend the winter. L J WANTED; Fifty llrown Leghorn J, S. Stone, llomne Kv. pullets. If you have Hemp Seed to sell, write or telephone THE C. S. BRENT SEED CO. Lexington, Kv. tf. FOR. RENT. Nice five room cottage with bath and electric lights, barn and large garden, on Hill St. l'ossession Jan. 1, 1018. See W, S. Emory, or write me at 322 High St., Lexington. It. T. Embry. ' j umbing HEATING. GUTTERING. ROOFING, ROOF RE- : I , PUBLIC SALE. We will on SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27th, at two p. in., sell to tho highest bidder the MANSE SCHOOL HOUSE, on Richmond pike, three miles from Faint Lick. Blackboard, bell and nil school ! PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will furniture reserved. TEItMS:-One-th- ird j cash 1918. payable one and January 1st, two years. the balance County Board of Educitlw, Miss Jennie Iliggins, Supt. PJ. WILLIAMS rr, Thursday, Oct 25. 1917. I A SLegaaw fcr.Cg&v-?.F JPjJ ' : ::1i;.!-;- ; feuM.'.f,'. BP' E3ftS?.KTEED CURE oip rninm Iruxrl9t9. Kr. ir- Hog ria, . fsSsis 'IT EiVl S3 """'TP" "ItTfH :i'ti ritftt 'than p baliftHo.M iH nttt , h r m 'iv TiO'l rrrv company. ' "'if FOOD PLEDGE IMPORTANT WAR, FACTOR SACKETT aw All Baking Cares AT 9m IN WINNING SAYS mm I will on Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky Explains Reasons for Card Campaign Next Week To (lie Housekeepers of Kentucky ShoiiWero the ncek beginning Sunday, October 2Stli, a campalsn will In all parts of the flitted State for signatures for Conservation Pledge prepared by Mr, Herbert C. Hoover, the National Food Administrator. The. can vacs will be made dur- ing the week In iiuestlon by the patriotic women who have Joined the organization of the Food Conservation Division of tho Council of Defense In each county of the State, and the object of this address of the Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky Is to explain exactly what will be asked of the housekeepers of tho Stale of Kentucky, why It is nak- DUIUNO V,1i. n C comcT in. 7IT.Ii . P Saturday Nov. 3,'7, at 10 Innee troubles Yrm crn take uuicl: b-- rll br' in 7 1 o'clock, sell a lot of tnrf ninlfintt fnr hi et'Ai a.iything v. ilhout fesr cakesy. Culunu t makes of ur.."crt ahead nrd mix tin you futgtl failure. HORSES, CATTLE, MULES, HOGS One 5 year old horse gootl worker and driver, one 6 year old horse, good worker and driver, one 4 year old horse, good worker and driver, one 3 year old horse, been rode but not worked, one aged mule, good worker, one yearling mare miHe, horse mule, one mule colt, 5 yearling steers, weight 650 lbs, old steer, weight 800 lbs, good stock, one bull, 6 good fal meat hogs, weigh about 200 lbs 2 shoats, weigh about lOO lbs, 5g ood calves, 2 good milch cowb. TERMS made known on day of sale. 12-yearsold, 2-year-old BAKING pttJjX?. CALUMET TiW-U POWDER t tithe mot eAr becmekf irire vr mote itrjrci return. 11 n cnt iLnmtui Lcrusf tt h the r -3t.t '. tic ed and what may be accomplish-oi- l for our country and outsell cs. We wlilt to say at the ouUut that (he campaign Is city v. Me. tato-wld- e No and nation-wide- . it i Lu- - A til. I v. ;icM:vtnee ui. d.Nf yn lione jutSfisr t .J I. it ait tr'i tul u crc l i)mi u . our leading professional and business men, by all who understand the Important of food conservation as a factor in win lines are Involved. The campi'gii Is endorsed by the clergymen of all the churches of the stat ', by ec(arian or denominational 1 CaTrnct Units ctiicul' cortali-oi i" f . L I . the A it ho- - V . a. i ri.rT x4 tu- - 1 Sil 1 nlng live war. Form of Pledge, it Is best to state exactly what will be asked by the canvasser of the housekeepers of Ken lucky. Thoy will be nskfd, llrst. to sign the Pledge Card of the F. M. Sackett. United States Food Administra tion. What does that card bind tho housekeeper tu? Here It Is, so all may judgo for themselves To the Food Administrator: I am glad to join you In the service of food conservation for our nation, and I hereby accepFmembcrihlp In the United States Food Administration, pledging myself to carry out the directions and advice of the Food Administrator in my home. Insofar as my circumstances permit. 2-y- ear I MAIlKSiiUKY Mrs. rJdmond Sutto:i entertained a few friends at uinner Sunday. ltobert Fox -- old u bunch of fst hogs to V. A. I.esr far $15 per cwt. Miss Annie Illanks is visitinj,' her uncle, Mr. Charlie Illanks of Louisville. Miss Alice Sutton nnd Mr. Jue. Uroadas visited friends at West Lan- 1 , This is the pledge and the entire pledge. There are no dues of membership. Signers will then be askd t'i hang In the front windows of lli'-ihomes cards bearing the shield of the United States In colors atloiiug the fact that they are members of tho organization. What the Pledge Means. Is wise, wo think, to say :i few words In regard to the pledge. It It means no more and no less than it reads. It will be oberied that signers of the pledge are not asked to bind themselves to any particular things. They are not asked at this time to promise to observe meatless days or to abstain from using any particular kind of food. They simply agree to carry out tho directions and advice of the Food Administrator "Insofar as their circumstances permit." We are aware that conditions differ in different homes; that what is only a sacrllke to one may, under unusual circumstances, be an Impossibility to another. Therefore the qualifying claufc "Insofar as my circumstances permit" appear In the pledge. This qualifying clause brings the execution of the Food Administrator's advice down to the Individual conscience of the housekeeper who signs the pledge. It Is nut expected that because of this qualification the It Is, In fact, our hope and belief that those pledge will go as nothing. who sign this pledge will consider themselves units In a great army of American housekeepers who propose to serve their country and themselves by following as closely as may be possible the directions and udvfce of the Food Administrator, knowing as we do that those directions will be reasonable. it seems hardly necessary fur us here again to contradict ll.o f oolish rumors that have been circulated that it is the plan of the Food AdminisNo sucli thing wns ever tration to seize food found In private homes. contemplated aud will not bo contemplated. Such a report Is piopaganda purposely designed to defeat the objects of this gieat conservation movement. Importance of the Work. Wo Tecl that we can add little, to w hat has already bQeti said by tho 1'iesldctit, by Mr. Hoover, und by others qualified, to speak on such t In regard to the Importance of food conservation during the comiiit: winter, and yet, as a housekeeper, speaking to housekeepers, I tvhh to say that wu understand the Importance of this work and believe that the housekeepers or the state wilt under land It. Our country Is engaged In u git-a-i war. Ojr sous are, going out tu gltu. It necessary, their lives for our country. These biavo boys aru willing to uiako, it necessary, the supreme sacrlllcu, that American Ideals may end tu p. that American homes may be kept safe fiom the Jinn- r All of us have work to do at tlii time aud the wolk that ma) be done In the individual homes of America In avoiding waste and saving food may prov not tho lease effective inoc In winning the war.Kentucky goes Into the present, winter In some ways well picpar-'Huiployment Is general, but prices are very high. The loss that Is ltl have to be bough' Tho i rl s of In the average household the less foodttufTs offer an Inducement to prudence, hut unless there is u,T io the food that Is saved In one home will be w..iet tiou and in another. Real Emergency Exists. Thu men who are patilotltally working In Washington for the coiiutr aud In charge of this mobilization movement of our food know that u r .il exigency exists. The 191C harvest left ua no surplus. The 1'Jl" L.i Is in and thoy can count on tho food that can be used for ciursehe- - for tho allied nations and for our men at the lighting front. They know tliut If the same prodigality in tho waste of food continues in America. If the sain- - bouteous hospitality und lavish use Is maintained In our own homes, there will not bosufllclent available tomalntaln tho armies who are light Ing our battles ou the western front of Kurope. They do know, however, that If thero begins at once u concerted movement In all American homos to eliminate nil unnecessary waste, a movement to follow the advice of tho Food Administrator for'jhe substitution of tome foodB for others which wo are short, that the cumulative offoct of that movement, coveting throughout the country 23,000,000 American homes, will provide during tho coming winter the food that will be neccstaiy for us to export. In order to keop tho civilian populations of Franco and England supplied, the urmtcs upon the battle line and the wonderful army now being prepared by the United States, In their best fighting condition. It is u real emergency lu which they appeal to us, an emergency which can bo met In no other way, and they are Issuing this call to tho women ot America to look upon this matter In all seriousness and to bo assured that the sacrifices they wilt make during this coming winter will provide the food which the President of tho United Statoa has said Is one ot the three great elements necessary to winning the war. No suggestions will be Issued that are not felt by those in authority to be extremely necessary, but they do hopo that the people of America will respond to these suggestions as patriots determined to do their bit for the cause ot civilization throughout the world and the maintenance ot F, M. BACKRTT, domocracy, Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky, r em-nnub-j-ctwa-'e.- l caster, Sunday. The infant of Mr, and Mrs. Troy logK was buried in the crmeterv one atternoon last week. Mark Coins told his farm containing 27 acres to Green Kstes for J5.000. Mr. Coins Ixiught a farm on Iluckeje pike at $120 per acre. The sale of Mr. Jtmm Clark Iran spired on last Monday, some prices were as follows: cows $30 to $50. $22 1 J. B. C BEECH, GULF Paint Lick Ey. COAST. i W. T. KING, Auctioneer. THE BEAUTIFUL BOOKKEEPING TYPrTWRITING sserisMirissTif calf $37, calves to $), weanling cow and Tensacola, colts $49 to $100. horses from $50 to $110, hugs $15 to $15.25. Lilly Isuin, a little girl of about six years, was returning home from school when the mail car stopped to deliver mail, the little girl thinking she would have some fun and some ride, ignotant of the disaftrous results, grabbed hold of the rear of tho car, as it got faster und faster she found It almost impossible to let go. Atter she had been dragged quite u little diitance she finally dropped, leaving her face and knee in a terribly bruised condition. Reasons ! Why yen should use Cardui, the woman's tonic, for your troubles, have been shown in thousands of letters from actual users ot this medicine, who speak from personal experience. If the results obtained by other worr.cn for so many ttnt-foryears have heen p.ooJ, why not i;ivc Cardui a Irial? Take The Woman's Tonic Airs. Alary J. Irvin, ol Va., writes; Cullen, "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, headache, numbness ..I would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Dr. for Cardui . , , After taking about two bottles I began going around and when I look three bottles I could do E-all my work." TELEGRAPHY The beautiful thing about the Gulf Coast, between New Orleans and R.tniTH MIMiMPJUlll I, that it is n real pliyground, summer or winter a plavground for I ku northern folk from November to May', and for Southrons during the sutmr.rr lit ffiKfWr t Mrrsalil months. Von can't ask for much more of placid nature than ha, been rnpetid-e- d on the gulf littoral between New Orleans anil IVnsscol.i. There are pine wood, forests of live oaks, ull moss hung and mynteriou. long stretches of winding, shaded roadi, wooJIand piths, quaint southern hamlets and modirn resorts teeming with gtyety and active life, lovely retreats where vou can swing in a humtnuck ull day nnd drowse in the narcotic air And there is the sparkling water, the ben'h, the surf, boating, flslung anything and everything that rills from the salt waterside. Going soutli on the Louisville & Nashville liailroad, after you leave Mobile, it is imputable to escape the infection of joyous living, even if you wanted to do that. At every stop throngs of people are goiiu anl ciiming vouth $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs and age ulike, gtling on or olf the trains. laughter anil brezy. sunny, frag for fall planting I'OSTI'AIU foro'itv $1.00. Write for particularseiiilrTtKK - of sane, natural outdnr jois in rant air greet you. It is moreover a plansurroundings of homely comfort or of luxuriou, rare, whichever you prefer. ItAU.tu FLOW Kit IJOOK, which tells what plant, how to plant ami when It is n locality of unceut und honorable traditi mi hiuI the natives nre dencerd-e- jto plant. ltoin holders of the soil since the first das of the white sett'er. They innke you welcome with a stale! . southern hospitality, and have put it rour li.v.i:il SINGER, THE FLORIST the bc3t their'home livid iiiro s. Every resort unci every u'd plantation home, . kOUTE. P. IIARRODSBURC, KY is shaded by ngc old ancestral onks and growt. over with trsiling vines, roues nnd perennials, and they all look out over thn gulf wateis, at the dancing wavIf ynu can't Und happiness es, the scudding sails, the becli mid the surf. dewn there hi the co'den sunshine anil among the countless diversions anil at tractions of that playground, don't go south In tho winter expecting to find your "Promised Land", fur you'll have only ur trouble fur your :nns No A m one desiring u choicer spot exia'a nnd gieater coWort is not to be fouod. The winter clitntle tnlily warm, but moderate nnd braeving, tutting i np is ideal, not nnconi fm Blue Grass Farm und ginger into the svstem. Tom ing ntriig the Gulf Coats is one of the wii) travelers take In find in Jessamine or I'njclte c iuii-- t. their own particular choice - nnd fortius purpote the train .Ttlcc of the see Vou can stop everywhere, beLouisville & N'aihville Railroad is convenient. T. Currey Robinson ginning ut Mobile, und :'.ty ii few houri", n few days ot us long as j'ou wish. It Is a facinu'lug viigubunJagu that wnl bring you eventually to the place of l.unrsster, Ky , who will be Vou can, ulsv, If ww choose, ship your motor car to Vour ultimate iL'siie. glad U tuw you suine nnd M'tlile and .o i , fur r(uUr touting loig the gulf- - the roads are all good nnd give ynu thn iovel prices. the country Is fhciunting in Hie evrrtiie. HUtory lends its I ackground uf fuel llin.i to u long list nf interesting tralit.on an I louiantic Kgondi concerning this I., ciility, anil the "utnmsphere." while wholly A'luricun, has the fortigu lluvor in sullico'iit d glee to give it diversity nnd variety. Topographically, th coast lie low and curving, rising gently toward the I, I ,'erland, which is forested with pint broken in the clearing", hv riflt prod.i live farmlands. Thu shore line is inuih iudiiited, the numerous bays, "biyous,'' 'sounds" and lakes givThe undersigned hereby g"t wain unding waterscape, l.lugcll tho khoie ing u seemingly endless and'ull-surr- i ing to all persons not to !itspas Upor bulv nk of Mississippi Hound, and front Is n line ol island, funning tiiu outer our lauds tcr any purnosu wlintever ns ing this are the ie rt that Invo been famous ii ice re revolutionary days the I we will prosecute all offenders Ui fu u der the brothers de the towns which begun rs or the I rercti colonies, list extent of th ttw. Hunters unu liieiville unl d'Iberville. Adveiti-ement- , Fishermen especially take notirv ud rum (( Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting NOTICE PC9 TED Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- F All Occasions. KJ & N It Price II. I!. Arnold. Mis, E. I,. Fraiee It. L. Arnold. C. M. Mobcrly. S. C. Uigsby. l(, I,. Klkin J. C. Itltrbby. John Talutn. T. It. Slavin. It. U liarkrr. II. M. Uoi. Julia Parks A. U. Gibbs, S. Ferguson, Sirus Daily, or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention W, J. D. Navlor. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. James ctsN. M. White and wife. We will odd other names for 25 cents The Central Record, Thursday, ict 25. 1917. -I-I ... ZERO Sesms Liks My I Patriotism 4 ' SWAKl July 4th. When you have one of our National Heating Stoves in your Home. Remember that we carry a complete line of Tho boy came to mo for advice. suppose because I had bcn his fntlur's best friend. Th boy's fnthel had enlisted In the Spnnl' h War and was killed flslitln-- tin r l.awton In tho Philippines The boy's mother was an intelligent of those woman on American women who bcllovo that honor is 'he finest thine In the world With tho worship of her husband's pn trlotlsm nnd bravery In her oul, Ihe mother had brought the bov up to be n straight thinking, ; truiRlit acting youngster. I had watched was proud tho boy grow up, and 1 WHITE We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and flour Mills and are running every day. We have an expert miller with us and are turning out as good of hint. Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Grates and Grate Baskets, Chimney Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Back. wants and be served before cold weather. May as well be without coal, as withont a place to make a fire. Coel savers, pay for themselves in one season at present prices of fuel. Let us know your Hervey 8c Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, Need a Grove Mr. Thos Hicks delivered a hunch hogs to Mr. V. A I.ear last week lCc If You MT. HEBRON Messrs N. It. Montgomery ami Trios. Hicks have purchased Ford cars. Mr. Jan. Stnne taught of Mr. Newt Doolin hh farm located near Orchard of Wheat Drill at per III. Miss Clara 1'ollartl is quid-- nick at the home of her comm. Mr?. Thes. Montgomery! Itev. D. K. Sebastian filled his up. paintrmnt at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Mrs. Peachic Grow went Sunday to Jccsamine to fee her brother, Mr. Wm. ! Scott, who is very ill. Mm. Ernest Montgomery and daughters. Misses Ruth and Mabel, were in slipping, Saturday, Mis. A. 11. Clark and children of Madison Co, spent last week with her we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. -- Becker & Ballard. Pkone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott. Mr. Robert Sherrow, wife anddaugh ttr are victims of typhoid fever. Mr. Shermw Is very low at tJtia writing. Mr. Thos. Lemay, who has been with her mother, Mrs. V. 1'. Preston, iu Indiana for several sveeks. returned to Iter home at Lock last week. Mr. Speed Sherronv is erecting u dwelling and store hmu cn the land recently purchased from Mr. .las. Stone and sons. lie will clso have it mill at this place. The only place of Real Bargains Not "just now and then" but all the time. Come in and look our wonderfully large stock over and compare us with others and be convinced that we can save you money. This is ono ot I lie jirentest thnt we have ever been able to offer in Drcusers. This large massive Dresser in cither Onk or luir-jjai- WHEELER'S Mahogany, Hevcl h witli 27x30 Mirror, delivered in Plate your home free ot' charge for only one-inc- my comfort. But here was this youngster-j- ust beginning to feel the zest of life, full of splendid enthusiasm for making his life worth while, willing to risk his life In order that the pnent generation and generations to come may live In peace and security. And here was this mother willing to cbanco ber last hope of happiness to help preserve the honor of her country. What right had I to let this fine boy and thero Is nothing finer under tho sun than , Amera ican boy go through the horrors ot war while I mado no sacrifice of consequence? What right had I to let this mother suffer, as I knew she would suffer, all through tho long days and nights that her boy was away, and not do my best to stop it? Altogether I did not feel very well pleased with myself. I began to seo that my patriotism was a, good deal ot an affectation. Then and thero I made up my mind that I was going to make my patriotism mean something to mo and to my country. My fighting days are over, 1 would only clutter up the trenches and get In the way of better men, but I can help supply the funds that may end this war before tho boy tho boy that I love as my own son Is killed or returned home n hopeless cripple, and before the last ray of sunshine fades from tho mother's heart, and I am going to do this to the utmost of my ability. When war was declared It did not take tho boy long to make up bis mind that he ought In enlist, and his mother agreed with him It was a perfectly natural decision for him to make. The training that ho had received from his mother, and his prldo In his father's devotion to tho country, made any other course seem pitifully weak to the boy, and, besides, he had n keen appreciation of the Justice of tho causn for which the t'nlted States Is fighting. He did not ask for advice as to himself. He was perfectly clear about what ho should do. But he was disturbed about his mother. Was he doing right to leavo her? Knowing both tho boy and the mother as I did, I knew that after they had mado up their minds anything that I might say would be useless. So after I had given tbo boy the usual good advice ho left. After ho bad gone I began to think about my own position. I had never thought very seriously about patriotism, but In a general way I regarded myself ns an aer-agpatriotic citizen. Since tho trouble with Germany started, I I had "stood by the rresldent." had had n good deal to say about liberty and democracy, and tho necessity ot crushing Prussian militarism. I had also made a number of more or less trite remarks about saving and sacrifice; had even gone so far as to decide to get along with last year's car, and I had made an "Investment" In bonds, nut I had done noth' Ins, nor had I contemplated doing unytblng that would interfere with e y Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. Walker, Lee & Hicks. a wmm Mil i Stand By The Boys who j liae gone to light for us, by buyirijj l2 ll.,. null "Liberty Bonds," Ai'l Now.- - subcri -- !,.. ....... ,t, U- 7- ...ill l. !... ruii.vuiiv n non uu iv ,,,( fe.uuI iu IQai. JUUI tion. No charge for our services. e Citizens National Bank j OF LANCASTEK. KY. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. r. W. O. P.icney, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walkeit, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ON ROLL OF HONOR. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Pltone 18. Residence Phone 33. Mind Your Business Sy Caspar Whitney of the Vigilantes. "Aw, I've got my own business to Ao," was tho reply given mo tho other day in a smallish up state town by the local bill poster. "Aro you an American citizen?" 1 tsked him. "Yes," said he. " Diaw 11 ' Check for the money you ov.e and note how much more res- I I "No." "Billcvo in our government?"' "Best In the world." "Want to seo our soldier boys win?" "Sure." "Want to help them win?" "You pectfully your creditors re- gard you. They like to do business with a man who $22.50 are showing a great many other Dresners that range in price W'c from $12.50 up to $50. which we consider exceptionally good values. It will pay you to mm aLm visit our store and inspect these before buying. A. F. Danville's Wheeler Furniture Furniture Largest and Rug Store. Co. Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. "Then put up theso posters," I fired at him, "and put them up p. d. q., for tho money which comes from tho salo of theso bonds is used to equip for fighting the boy you and all your town folk want to soo win." Buch Is the spirit ono meets often In tho country 'round Indifference, etrango Ignoranoe In a land of schools and newspapers until tho native cense of practicability la touched. Must our fathers and sons and brothers como back to us bleeding or dead before wo can bo more generally awakened to an understanding that this war ot civilization ugainst tho barbarism of the Germans is our war? That It Is for our safety, our freedom that our boys have gone to fight a safety we liavo enjoyed these last three years in trie shelter or the great English fleet and tho valor and strength of the French and British armies. That U why you must support the government and buy these bonds: that Is why the government's business Is your business, the business of every znan and woman worthy to enjoy the Blessings or mis great republic. Avoid This Bad Habit. Tho habit of exaggeration Is one of tho hardest to correct. Tho girl who falls Into the way of overemphasizing every statement, find the plain truth very tame Indeed. And she little guesses how tiresome her exaggerated statements become to her listeners. Watch your speech for signs of this fault bo prevalent In Um speech, of modem girl. I bet" has an account at & the Garrard Bank Trust Co. They know he Is doing- business in a busiress like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large, Thev will grow ull right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF 1.ANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. It DENNY. Pres'dent J. E. STOUMES. Surplus 430,000. J. It. Harris, Vice Pres't. S. U DENNY. Cashier. J. L. (JUL, Safety Samual Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUH BUSINESS. Cochran. Stormes, S. C. Denny, 0. Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey. J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors'. 5tl 9 9 Tho Central Record, Thursday, Oct 25 ! 9 7. I ff At 10 o'clock We are selling for the heirs of the late Samuel Blakemore, his magnificent 767 Acres of as good land as there is in Oldham, Shelby and Henry Counties at I Good tobacco GARRARD ICE Public Auction, Thursday, Nov 1st, 1917 sharp, on th farm which lies 5 miles from LaGranije, 6 miles from Eminence and 12 miles from Shelby ville and upon the waters of Floyds fork. We have cut this entire estate into FOUR FARMS, end; being a complete farm with improvements to itself. FARM M. NO. I 2, 221 ACRES 231 158 ACRES-FAR- M 9 9 9 9 9 FIRM stock barn, all necesstr improve mtnts, 30 acres gcod timber, plenty of locust pojis and only 40 acres in cultivation. Balance in grass and ready to make money on. tobacco barn, grod stock born and plenty of good outbuildings. Some timber Beautiful cottage, ani bottom laud, and plenty of clover. t"ly 5 acres in cultivation this year and all needs plowing. Big country home, good 15-rCre NO. 3, NO. ACRES-FAR- M Giod tenant house and tobacco barn, SO acres of virgin timber and lots of posts. crops grown this year will show. Good farm, as 4. 180 ACRES- - tobacco bnrn. This farm all lies on Floyd's Tork, ard has more gitss than anybody' ftirm. Lots of baltcm ihiid and every ucre of the whole farm ought toralse hemp or tobacco tenant house and 12-ac- re Phis is Your Opportunity. Obey That Impulse. Buy now while you can buy at your own price Bip Hurgoo uill be Automobiles will meet trains at Shelby ville nnd LaG range on clay ol snle. servtj.l rred U all who attend the sale. TERMS EAS Y Grly cnMhird easli, balance iu our, two and three years, six per cent interest, with lien retained, or all cash to suit lie purchaser. Our coalracl says sell. ' '9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Col. T. T. Cowherd and Col. Chas. C. Wheeler, Auctioneers. tllMMI akefield Realty Co. PAINT LICK ri daugh-tei-"wed Sheibyviiie, Ky. : CIRCUIT neit rlend. COURT., Plff, i 9 i Wm, Warren, by city, and Harrj McWhorter, of NOTICE. HIGH. Ky., went to'St. Louis this HOGS WILL REMAIN moininir, and according to a statement PARMER'S COLUMN D C , Qct, 17, 1S07 This Company Is Required Bj I iw To Col-- I Miss Lucy Frar.cis is visising in j (by Mrs. Morrr, at eleven o'clock today, tbii week. they ore to be marrle I at the Mtho. To All Pedural Foo.1 Admlniitratura: ltd a War Tax tf Fire Cents on Ettry 9ffff999994 A statement has appeared in Chicago Mm. little ,dut church in that city iluiing the papers that the United pe ktlpir tbt Ijuainx la tot the sxcla-t- r Mr. andvjsiton Oornn and Sunday. Tall Meisnclht tku lor WUth States Feed in Berea afternoon. tut of our urMt tMrltt.od li tu ' Their plans to be married so soon Administration has the intention of reUje nit pt start, irsmaail sacL luiuf oa Is Fifltci Cents or 0w. Misses Arnolds, Minnie Neliori and ducing the hog price to $10. This lira M Mie timer csnnot sfford 10 sJrer-els- liuiJctta Ramsey spent tin week-encome as a bijf surprise tu Miss Morse's No nottca will U secerteU oirr lour statement is absolutely untrue, and has fiiends in Greenville' It was known ol ihr in Stanford. u This repnrcment is made in the war liaes, sad it bauulrlu that the couple became engaged this caused a flood of 'inquiries to which tho tax bill which became a law October 3, icord, free ot cams Mr. Weaver, of Iticlimond, was the summer, when she, with her muther, following is a sample of our reply; Chicago advices absolutely untrue and 1917. The sections of this law which FOIt SALE: Seed Barley and Itjv. guest of her MMer Mis. J airier Davis, was visiting in Kentucky. He later do not represent opinion or proposed refer to this tax are: the past week. Mm. J. If. Print .vlsrkibury. 8.27. visited heie fcr several days nnd last "Section .'pOO. That from and after action of the Food Administration, The ladies of the W. T. C. U will Monday evening came to (ireei.ville. as the fitft day of November, Nineteen Oll SAI.K: One hundred ami fifty Rive an oyster supper nt Ledfsrd's a uprise even to Miss' Merxe. Since which will take no steps to jeopard. ze Hundrid and Seventeen, thele shall be live stock producers interests. All our tii'lieles of good eed rj e. that time I heir plana to be married Hall on Oct. .".1st power will be lite I to keep prices at levied, assessed collected and paid(K) Walton MiM. duriiu; the holidays weic changed, ur.d ltev. Codbov, of College Hiil, filled which allied and governmental purchas a tax of Scents upon each telegraph, tbey derided to be married at ence, . v es arc mr.de, on a plane that gives an telephone or radio diepatch, message or brakes, hi; appointment nt Walnutta on FOIt SAI.K: Ten hemp hence their departure to St. Uiuis thlj mm nine; aid evening. assured return of cost and profit to i conversation which oiiginatcs within Hurry Fmt.ris, douit h.h new. m rninK. j product! of meat animals. In our the Unittd Staler, and for the transly. Paint l.;ck. Ky. IJoiimt fur lent. VI convenience! for Tliey 5xpect to leave tonight for' opinion tlie list market obtainable for I mission of which a cl nrge of 15 cents light houc4 ecping. Louisville. Ky., where thev will spor.d or mine is imposed, Mix. W. F. Parks. Taint l.ick. a short time then go to Lancaster, the piesent can crop of the country Fur Salr Sow ;uid six pint. "Section 501. That the. tnxes imposwill be through live stock. ' We need A. II. Uoty. I'aint Lick. Mr. ai.il Mm. Ka!"n iii.d .iiss Julia which it up in tlie blue grass country increated loJuction of beef and pork ed by section Ave htindrtd shall be paid tliu prettiest section of the stnte. For: ", irvllni or Peck to aero wheat, (.'all Cotton, of Fayette, were guests of and tho only way to secure this increase by the perMin. cuiporatfon, partnersliip v. nnd Mr. W. M. KldrMtjo, on the present they will make their home will be by a profit paying for the services n production Will or on I ran Slaikuburv, l'aily ard Mem, lit with his parents but he recently pur-- . Junday or A. F. .Sanders. cut giving this widest or faci.ilies rer.deieil. chased a beautiful residence near Lan- appreciate "St'cllmi 6n.t That mli person, publicity. Faithfully jours, iinr.nm nas returned j ah' ttjiiie in. parlneiship coaiing two voir dome alter u few daya visit with aunt. caster where they will make their home FOIt SALF.-O- ne Herbert Hoover. and be at home to their friendi nv pas ntnts uferriil to in c.J mule, nlso one good brood mart .4liis Huttie William!, who in teaching 1st. r section live hundiwl hall eollvet the that Mill work any when. Optimistic Thought. school near Mavsville. Mr. McWliorter is a farmer and n J. A. Conn. Jr. Whatever ou do trust In I'rnvldenco umount of the tu, If any, unHireil by Master Uobort l.edford, wlio leccntlv dealer ir bloodeii stock. such section fioin such pei son, corpora ami uli In youwelf. Miis Morse is tin-- youngest daughter' For Sale Iteglstired lied lierkahire undcrwort an operation in the Danlion, partnership or making She is bom ; senior yoailing. ville hoppitul, i' nble tu be at hoiiui of Mr. and Mm. Fcrd Morse. such pavmeiils, mid Oi'igence and Good Luck. make monthV. II Hoover. quite an accomplished muiciau and a and i netting nlon nicely. "DUIjmkv, IiLhiu- till. Is tho mother ly returns under o'lth, in duplicate, and !U.U-:iNIeholusviile, Ky. very capable an ! pi etty omig lady." iif good luck." Siiimiil Smiles. pay the taxes tu collected and the tuxMi t'laonn McWliorter who ii es impoetil upon it under paragraph Millrljuii; IVmalo Iimtitulr, VOll .SAI.K; I bavo 150 busbeln of two of section live liunlril ami one to Opposite. was the week cn-- l guet of lier parents Editors' Exercise. ;roud seed ryi1. Price', 80 u bu. the collector of Internal revenu- - of the We haw- - two (Ium-- of unfurl untile IMIlnr (to poet) "I llkr your poeMr aid Mr-- . ',. V MeWhoriei Alex l,ayto!i, Itoule I hntc tu throw n chap In this old vale of tears uu.i laughter, district iu which the tnincipat ofhVe or There will be nuilo a number of try, old top. Plior.o lOUIIt. on out ullhout ii reasonable is located". nrl Hum- who cuii't get tbclr nilmls get place of businclianjjes in our town (mmi. Ur. F. II. their work nnd those who can't litis thn bill." IIAS'IIN Tin.KPHONK CO. Price Smith lud boui;ht Mr. Autrur" Ui.ldlo'M this Just FOIt .SAM-i- ; i!U0 bushel of K e. theirs off It. Ohio State Journal. Incorporated. 0. II. Ilendren. property. Mr. Itidilell hun purclinwl riKht. Hioiiii !7I'A. Lancaster, Kei.tucky. Lancaatur Ky. the iuine of Ml. Kdd WiilianiK, and The ftetuin. "Droop" of Modem Guns. A yumg recruit Mr. Villianu tun bought the a on sentry near So long In front of tho trunnlbns Is Gome Power There, Strayed r r Stolon; rrom my place 2 of Anthony .lett. All lire to uive poi. ii homo ile..;t on) ilm'k night when l:o tho modem gun of caliber or sermon," wiy n giwl brother ! shadowy term iipproachlng. miles on Riclr.nnd pike, u red ateer, ejslon January Ht. mora that the bending Ih said to ho the roof, nnd the Ho gave tho challenge, perceptible to the eye. This "droop," who heard It, "rulM-vfeiKht about 7S0 pounds, lieward for Mr. Hurry McWhortnr and Mist "Unit: Who gis tliere." Out ofi nil It Is culled, U due to the el lis licit y Miming Miook the ahlngtca to the i Kd and N, II. Price. llernico information. III., the I'liiUnens cum, Morse, of (Jreenlleld," nnuiw whisper! of the metal ur Imperfections of man- iUIch!- "- .vilnntn Constitution. were married in St. Loui. on Tliurs-- , of nut- nl Ids cuiiriiiltw, "Shut up I 1 ufacture or design, nnd In Komu enscs Surprised Juttlce. day. The bride doe not come hi a oln'l going; I'm coming hack!" Iiiih been found to exceed half nu Inch. In ii New Fiighuid tow n it local cestranger air.otiK us, having pviit kev lebrity wax brought up before the eral weeks here this luinuier, llieguent Tha Thrill of Youth. for Mealing chlcktiif, The pristtia Menin KUki of Mr, and Mrs. It. (i. Woods, Alien NOTICE. After nil. the Joys of youth are fairly oner wiih noted for iiout tclllirR the ,r y in t .p.,,." the happy romance I It u W The irrcom enan. 11 kl4 . i" i'tn .uJ Tiiv best time to plant fruit and fchade well distributed between the sexex und, truth when he could help It, and conis the eldeat son of Mr. F. 0. McWlioiTB TAR Cirm- - Hr wbllo a girl does not know the surprise there iw. 4rUixr. nthiiM(. l"ft rter and Is one of our prosperous far trees, blooming shrubs, rhuburd, aspar- that comes vihon ono gets Into thrill sequently pleadedWas general evidently one's when he oJ hiitr tnsid. hM guilt)'. It agus, grape vines, rejig, peonies, 'll. Tr, ' to. first pair of long pants, though even staggered the Justice, lie Ids M' ktittyptoTa mers, having recently purchased the i tjp etc, Is in the FALL. Get our that may fall to her lot before long gliiKhc and then acrutcheil rubbed I Dr. Homsey farm tin. r m where he and his his head. ,t.r Hki, lo. wall Ttr large illustrated catalog of everything now, on the other hand a boy doesn't "I guess I'm ufrald well, Hiram." rlli. i.pr la At plo fci bride will no to .tilt II. Ultntrear riulr The Greenville housekeeping.gives the for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Finest know what It la to be u girl and walk said he, after n thoughtful puuse, "I rrom ui Advocate Km M stock grown anywhere, around town with a soldier In uniform guess I'll have to liuvo more evidence following account ot the weddioir; Tk Whit. Tar Co. D.pu II where the other girls can sec. Ohio beforo I ventence you." Case and H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, "Mils Uernlce Morse, daughter of Mtw Tork City III Jtfca BL. State Journal. Comment.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morse, of this Lexington, Kentucky. 111 Iw ' Sun-d.i- 1 Set-li- Henry Warren, t al, M Nctlce Is htixby given (list t U) terCommissionvrof'llic Gatraid Circuit Court will sit In my office In Garrard Coupty. Ky. on 0. 11117, beginning at the hour of 3 o'clock, A. M. to proof on for the purpose of determining the exaot boundary line between Ule land deviled by Lucy Ann Simii.an hv :.r v.in to Ilelsy Warren, and the lands descended to the of Lucy Ann Simpson. All persons interested Herein are duly notified to appear and introduce witnesses before me imicl,l their rights and claims concerning this saul bo .Udary line. Done by order of the Garrard Circuit Court In the above styled caie d .lv uttered at the Antrim! Term. 1017. 1 Not-embhi-a- r li hrlrs-at-ln- W. II III.OWN. M C (i. C. C. j ! ti i ' i ARMY , . - t. , s - - I ilaftf If AN a.i!iviKn ItU tl-- Five to nine j - Ju-li- er I ' years old. Weight .to 1200 I 1000 i pounds. W. B. BURTON LANCASTER, KY.