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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 1, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917110101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 1, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1. 1917. FIELD INSPECTOR. CALLED FOR EXAMINATION. hum.,,.. WORKS LIKE A Our line of stoves id complete, consisting of the Stoves Great Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Laundry Stoves. line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampera.etc We maaufacturcour pipe and can make any desired shape. A comolete Miss Virginia Cock, field inspector Twenty-Fiv- e Local Btn Before Exemp-tio- n for the Ited Cross, will lie In Lancaster Board. next Monday afternoon mil will mrtt with the local Hid Cross at the Worn-an'- n In order to complete the quota of Cluh room at two o'clock. All tiarrard county and in lieu of the fact Ited Cross member and workers are that no negroes have been called from earnestly asked to be present. this county, tnc local Exemption Hoard issued n call last Thursday for twenty-fiv- e more men of the drafted nge to apELECTRIC MOTORS pear before this hoatd on Tnesday This greatest of nil This office Is being Installed with morning October 29th. We arc inform- Healers nctuully pays three new electric motors under the ed that at least six will have to be far itself. supervision of Messrs II. V, nnri W. It taken at thq next from tnose exllastln. A motor for each of Ihe three amined last Tuesday. They are beirg presses, lakeu the place or our old gaio called in the order in which they were line enaine and when fully installed, drawn and several of our local citizens we will be as proud of them as n toy went before the board for examination. with his first pair of boots. No official call hus been received hero for the next quota, but It If pxpectcd FURNACE MOORES AIR TIGHT NEW MARSHALL. Mr. 1.. K. Herron, who has been our city marshall for the past year or more, resinned before the Hoard of Council last Monday night and his resignation waa accepted at once. Mr. W, S Car-rie- r was unanimously circled to serve as Chief of I'otice and he was sworn in immediately. That Mr. Carrier will diicharge his duties faithfully and well. goes without saying, und his appointment is a popular one. Hi the next few days. DENNY DR. AND FAMILY HEATERS Heats upstairs and warms all the Doors. It burns the cheapest kind of slack nnd can be run at TO LEAVE HANDSOME LANCASTER. HOME FOR SALE. l c Conn Brothers. BALLOTS PRINTED. LIVE ANDLET rirTri iVE FOLKS. S The ballots for the election which is to be held next Tuesday have been (Tinted in this office and turned "i r In the County clerk. There are thre- - sets .f Inllots this year, the regular election ballot. Ihe ci'y ballot and ono fur the ladioa who desire lo ote for Miss Jennie Higgirs for School Superintendent. Miss niacins' mi me is also on the regular ballot under the rooster. MUSICAL AND RECITAL. h The announcement that Dr. M. K. Denny and his family arc to leave Lancaster the tirst of the year, came as a surprise and with a feeling of regret to Less Than their many friends in this city. Dr. The Cost of OthDennv's most estimable wife nnd lovely children together with the Doctor as piofcssionnl man, and genial friend Absolutely will hold will be grentlj missed In Lancaster. firo I8 lmurs. You do His handsome home on Lexingion not have to shine this and sireet is for sale, it is coininu-n- t stove but once n year modern, in a splendid neighborhood and represents the work and thought of a number of years. Thus- - securing this property aroir.JnJ fortunate as such property is seldom on the market. The home will be sold publicly Satur BROTHERS day at 1 :.'ln p in. EEavyKfairBmDQEBBSSaEY BDTJlljBniflrisisssWyssW-iv- . Half er Heaters. HASELDEN BOYLE FAMILY LEAVE TO LANCASTER. iVJ-Va!?- v lluiik Moilr1 I am still the exclusive agent for the Buick Automobile Headquarters at Kex Garage. Would be pleased to demonstrate it. expression recital of exceptional merit will be held at church, Saturday evening, November 3rd, at ";1G o'clock. The program will be rendered by Miss Miriam Noland and Mr. T. K. Otfen. assisted by tome splendid local talent, lloth Miss Noland and Mr. Owen arc well known in musicnl circles and fully merit the reputation they have attained. N music lover can alford to miss this treat. Admission 15 and 23 cents. A musicnl and ' Bradshaw.THE 8 BUICK NAN ' " ! 1' D Hll " 3DI IE I We are now receiving new corn. We Hie HapliU Ladies Aid Society will have a Haxnar uml F.xchange Decem- pay Ihe highest market price. Faonau. Hudson, Hughes M- ber Hlh All of thole who have knit socks will know of no nlhwf way in which them in lukc warm water can help better pleasu the individual fli Hed to wit' the wnr linn by signing the anil osp before hundirg Ihem in pledge ctrit mil aiding in the fond con- Cioss, servation, movement " Woooiow I wli PIE SUPPER With the m:iil:et practically bare o( Cuban cane sugar, the new beet crop not available here before December, half of the big refinnica shut down and the others tunning only half time, New York is fncing Ihu most serious siigur Sum. stolen fumineln Its history. have stopped selling sugar altogether and otheu are limiting the amount high n twelve cent- - a quoted. uml retail are , I , there will be two pie suppers in tin Cl unty llii week; one lit Herrings school house FrtiUy night and one nt lleechmout school house on Satuiduy night These suppers are given for . I ,1. ,1. me iii'riltll'n ..t .1 lilt Iftll cm 'I, tl lues' ,c1()oIg ,cui, Jt, we ,lMronlrril. .;vt,r, t c..rdiiill.v invited . ,, 111 FLAG FOR ILLITERACY WORK .Mr Hoberl L. Ulkin t the Food Administration appeal" to the American people to reduce the con- sumption of sugar In ordr tu milifiitte the effects of thoshortage which threat. ens to extend over the Kiisteru Slates. No relief Is In aiglit buforo late in Nov wnber when the Hawaiian and tern beet crop leach Ihu 11m rivets, Failure of Jhu general public to observu consetvatlun recommendations and Ili0 export of the product to meet French needs am chiefly responsible fur the1 situation, It is pointed out, hince IV. tatters have teccived their stoiks ut prices recently ugreed Uki there is no reason, It is said, for u price advance during the teuiurarv acuicity, SIMPSON HOUSE FOR RENT On account of moving away wh desire tn rent our lesldence 011 Itichmond street for the year 1918. Anjone desiring to see same, call at residence. Mr anil Mra U., D, Simpson. hrs ju.t leivived ... i.,.,..i ..,....,' .,,.,,,.1,1,, ,ti,, .nrr.mni .i,.t. i,i. , troM Mis Corn Wilnut Stewart a beau-- 1 window. men will name liielr precinct wofkers bunting llag which i In be given tiful The luige cahlMge, tipping the scalea auj u eumpletn oigHiilzatiou will be! hU arf.ifcl.int who raised the laigrat at eight kuiv1. whs grtwn li Mr. 'affected throughout the county for the I (iRrniids Illiteracy camialKn. jj0m Naylor and brought us by his diive wliuli will be made about Nov-Hiuouut H he remembered we were up-- "(letter hiflf" who told us she hud ev-- , niber tlth. This is one of the great- -' portioned $2m which we raised. Mii'(.ru hundred moro just like It. !0,t woikuvimeftl with the war and' Uavunuugli raised me largest The six laige tii!ii,u wtrebioughlus here is mi question but what (iarrard amount and she can have Ihe lleg by l,y our joung fiiend and hortlcultuier, i county citizens willdu their part toward culling (It the lt foul OUio Wood Wihnolt, who is doing 1114 bit by helping ruite this fund. The county getting all uut of the soil lli.it is was originally apportioned H, 100, but As both the large cabbage und one half of Ibis was raised hero about ALL NIGHT SERVICE large turnips grew In the (iilherts one mouth uga At the couit house 011 good Friday evening. Dr. ilenjamin Hush, ll'iginniiig lust Salurduy night, the Cieek iieighbuiheod they are lights in the city are kept burning all advertisement for that section, of Lexington will lecture and if you night. Itaatln llros., ure rushing things . The twu large turnips were brought full to hear hiiu you will miss the greatas fast us could be expected from Ihem us by Mr. Tom Middleton, who est treat of our life. Dr. Hush is at the circumitnuces und the fuel haps has sold more vegetables of f a present Ihe pastor of the leading ground that was ever amount of that w are now getting all night church at Lexington, which Lancaster, He lias sold cubbage church burned recently, and he is now vice is only a stepping stone to the sold iwmitv-fiiu- r hour service we will havu'and turnips by the wagon load, lie conducting services in the Hen All In a fow days. A number of power, tails ut ho raised cabbage that theater of that city. So Interesting are being installed throughout 'ed 12 lbs, but we aro from Missouri, are his sermons. It is said, the theater the city and at the present price ofi The large persimmon was sent fioin is packed at every service. Dout fail gasoline and coal, Ihe economy of the ' Saint Cloud Florida, by Oil. Harry K. to hear him on Kilday night, November electric motor can at once be seen, Hettinger. 9th. ' 111 1 1 ' per-undn 111 weigh-motors The title tn the Squire lloyle property changed hands to ilny. It strikes us that a portion of this property at least should be annexed to the Lancaster cemetery, if it coukl be bought ut anything like a reasonable price. The land lies well uml would and materially to the cemeterf and tuture iostrrity will say it was a wise deal. The lloyle family will leave next Monday for Mattoon III., where they go to make tluir future home. The GOOD PRICES REALIZED. name has long been connected with the Although the day was cold and rain citizenship of Lancaster and their friend here regret to hear of their a good crowd attended the sale of Krcr leaving. Conn last Saturday. Satisfactory prices were realized. NEW WAR RULINGS CapU W. T. King was at his best The I oca' Hoard has just received and it was mostly through his line of talk and persistant pleadings, that from the War Department a schedule of allowances to the families of men everything sold ao well. (kirn brought W.871 at the heap, taken for military service and is very cows from $31 to 187. Ponies $35 to $45: broad in its dealings with dependants. hogs $18 to $20. "Pollyanne" the It lessens the chances of men escaping beautiful poll parrot brought out nnm- - exemption from service on account of erous bidders and she was finally knock-- 1 having dependant families and ut the ed off to Mr. Wood Uurnside for $18.75 same time gives the wife or family an ample Income, independent of the sol diers pay. It ulso. In addition to this RED CROSS WORK. income gives the family, a portion ot The local lied Cross has just sent cfT the soldiers pay when demanded, and another box consisting of warm, wool-- an insurance feature which amply prosweaters, wristlets, hospital shirts, vides for the family in case of death or hospital socks nnd trench socks. These accident. The above rulings'prarticaUy boxes pre sent out every week just us climinatej-nnapieal being taken by u ... ..i.l! i...: they are finished as the demand is so i fviuici ntii--i uriug Itllt'lill'lli Hi uie argent. These boxes bring great joy mobilization camp, to the doctors and nurses us well as ' ArcflRf,AN7Mf, PflR the patients. Ar you knitting? jou saving jour old yarn in order lo Do! rip it up and dye the right color? A WlIRK YM ii, v. n, ii vim you know our country needs jour An enthusiastic meeting was held thought nnd work? Do not forget that the Ited Cross will have a Thanksgiv- after the services at the If! ing sate, you arc expected to both give church last Tuesday night and an orA, war work we have placed in ganization for Y. M. and buy. The boy, The following chairmen thu urmy must be clothed und fed. We was made. are in need of funds foi yarn in order wcr-- elected mid will serve until the We can do desiied result of ruiring $ , 0.V) Is acthat the woik may go on. a great work if we have the money to complished. Adolph Joseph wns elect- you must do your part, Come and ed chairman of Ihe county. Dr, W. A., Wheeler, town chairman for men; help ly" is our crj', Henry Moore, chairman, for the boys' Kiiviinaugli, chaiimun of niopi JtV jWoikjA. HORTICULTURAL Mattiel horniback solicitor; Mrs. If you do not believe that Carraid is Duncan, towi. chairman of women. W. tin, irunliMi kiitit i,f !vHmitilcv iiiwt l.uilf t' Miller Was named U4 MiHTOtne nf th n y GlenLily Still Leading in Baking Qualities. Took the Blue at Broadhead and Stanford Fairs against Obelisk and others of the best Kentucky Flour THE RJfASON is no Bleach rto Blend to take the natural vegetable life from it. s-- Garrard Willing 60. Bargains In i. f BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL u 1 I I WAGONS Run Composition & Metal Roofing Has no Sjeel and Galvanized. sand holes and is easy lo put on lighter - Last Longer llOlLm. . Let us show you. .., ' ti,.. Harness The Very BEST That Money "y- - House Paint The Best on ihe Maild and at a price that will please you. fa" Turning Plows That Run Linseed Gil tfot Collon Seed hut the of Unseed Oil. HORSESHOEING Right And Guaranteed. Are purest KokomO Wire Fence The kind that Stays when put up aud REPAIR Depaitment is veiy complete. does your horse forge? We have the best shoer ia lawn STOVES RATNOeS w. J. Lancaster, ROMANS. Kentucky. ST 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Nov I, 1917. ftmmmmmmmmmmmmmm earner WE HAVE THE COATS The unusually cold weather now absolutely demands an Overcoat ana we have them in all the various styles, Long Coats, Short Coats, Belted Coats, Plain Coats, Coats for Young IVIen as well as Coats for Older Men who want to look young also boys Overcoats and Mackinaws. Let us fit your Overcoat now so you will get a Full Seasons Wear of Your Coat. OVERCOAT i I I J PRICES $12.50. i $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 i i Dbn't forget our Shoe stockwe had a4'store full of them when prices be- gan to rise. We carry out the quality idea in derwear and believe we can give you Underwear satisfaction you cast get elvrhere Un- - We are receiving new styles in Hats all the time and are prepared to give you a new one in your size. We try to keep the best store and best goods let us have your judgment. h. dL Jas. W. Smith, Stand By The Boys who have cone to fight for us, by buying House Of Quality PROVEN Mr. tl f ' Mm DOUBLY LOV7JULL Chs. Harvev was a recent visitor here. Lancaster Readers Can No Longer Doubt The Eridence. "Liberty Bonds," Now. Don't wait for someone to ask you. We will be glad to take your J I I OF KY. B. K. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALK EH, Vice Prest. W. O. P.ICSEV. Asa't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr.. W. P. CHAMP. Cashier. Citizens National Bank LANCASTER, ON ROLL OF HONOR. k.sri W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. iKentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence I'limio S3. Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Kulilmo were visitors In Lexington Thursday. This Lancaster citizen testified long Itecleaned seed wheat, rve and barley ago. for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnsu. Told of quick relief of undoubted Mr and Mrs (.etcher Simpson were benefit. the guests of Miss (Hatha Anglin SunThe facta are now continued. is complete Such testimony the day. evidence conclusive. Mr. John Tudor and family spent It foims convincing proof of merit. Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Chester 3 PA1 W. C. Davis, tailor. Public Square, Clark. Lancaster, says: "Some time ago, my llrsH. (.. Duncan who has been I sufkidneys were in bad condition. quite sick for several days is some fered with puins ncross my bick and bettei. Mv kidnev were through my loins. ur. hnowdon, or Winchester was irregular in action and 1 had to Ret up many times at night to pass the kidney here the past week, looking after his secretions. I bad considerable bending property. to do and I became easily tired and Mr. mid Mrs. M.U. Leo and daughter. languid. Doan's Kidnev Pills brough Miss Virgie were shoppers in Lancaster (!) relief and I think they are a line kidney Thursdav. medicine." (Statement Riven April 22, Mrs. Jim Lee who has bten visiting' J 10121 her sister in Indianapolis returned,..:.PUAISKS On home Saturday. DOAN'S AO A IN (!) November IT, l'Jl, Mr. Davis said Mr. T. P. King went to Louisvillu am always glad to say a good woid for Saturday to who is In his son Doan's Kidney Pills. iVhen I lime any i... i...rtini see...:,k ... Lovd r.. ...... tit signs of kidnev trouble, Doan's Kidi.i-Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis und little m Pills are sure to give me relief", Foster-MiUiuIV )c, at all sou, and Mrs. Jim Lee were guests dealers. Sunday of Miss Km in a Klmiaird. Co.. Mfgrs.. IiufTalo. N. V. Any Size Farms Remarkable Values Moderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. I 9 l 30 any OR 300 ACRES Estate location, adaptation or improvements consult the D. A. Thomas Real A (1 R ' i CV . CARTERS VlLLfi. Mrs. Mary Carter has been quite ill. Mrs. T. A. fircer. visited Mis. Kunny Mr and Mrs Itobcrt Klliott who are home of her parents, are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son. at the 3C DC DC 3CT mm standard track directly aervJnjf 8000 Miles To the Public BOIMBMBMBVMMMMaMaaW (Ireen, Sunday. Mr. Willie Ballard of Ohio is visiting home folks this week. Miss Ku Mcrrymun eutvrtuined Mr James Smith, Sunday. Mr. Lawrence Creech of Camden ().. is visiting home folks this week. utile Mane (ireen lias been verysick but is better at this writing. Air. bam Davis sold a nice mule in The original meaning Tin "(own laws." "ny" Is mi "ltl Nure word tncftiili.g "town." It iiii'iirn In the Whitby In the part ut 1'ms.Uui which wax overrun by ihc Dane In the ninth mid tenth, ouoiurii?. English Oak Disappearing. English t;il. fniit u lio.fi; eirili-i- l "Amateur Joinery lu the Uottfo," Is tin most beautiful und durable of till tin varieties of onl: Muttublc for Joinery but It Is liable tn wurp miles thorough' d ly mid rtisoucd by exposure "We liiive known hoards uuwn from beniiix, taken mil of houses uuirr limn 100 years old. u wurp Immediately to a considerable extent, the authors tttnte. Tli.' Ilnest quality of this wood Is now by un means common, though at one time vast forests of oak covered the grinter part of England. nnmeii of Midi I. huh iim RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Derby mid IS COMING TO THE FRONT ltig.it now this Country is calling for tneti ;.if atout hearts and ifonml boiJies. It needs them to hesp Old (i!orv triumphant nniluniullied in the air. 'Ihe exigrney uuiv confinnting us emptuilf ;i, nolbing eoulil do, the lniwn iar.ct- - of good lie.ilth, b.ith as an individual und iiatimiul sssct. el-- - Alabama Florida Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorthCarolina Il; Indiana Georgia fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call on or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the information regarding YOU or your friends contemplate traveling toanypointand desire Lancaster last Mondav for $130, Miss Anna Mao (Ireen is visiting her cousin. Mrs. Bolton of Lexington this week. Mr. Wilscn of Northern Kentucky is visiting Mr. and .Mrs. Kineicd ('lark this week. Itev. Itryant tilled his appointment ut White Lick Baptist church .Saturday and Sunday. Airs. Jen uavis wno lias been con fined for some time with rheumatism, is some better. Mrs. John Duvis and Miss Myitle Coldiron visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis last week end. Mr. und Mrs, S. M. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. liud Starns visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis; Sunday. Lime, sund, cemeent, rock, screen-iugs- , brick for sale, Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. e It gives point to the suggestion, often emanaling from tins oilier, thai everjbedy shuulJ guaid their health as n priceless When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, ps is the csi with cveiybody at limes. You ought to tome to Nature's relief and taku u euurseof COM-CEL-SA- R Southern Railway-Syste- Ohio SouthCarolina Tennessee Virginia and Ihm Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C. KING, Division PuMngtr Aint E. Mtin UibltMi, Kmtucky ILetfally jjnaranteeil to satisfy you, or mciicy l;irk If you'll do that, you will not experience .the discomfiture of being sent back horn? for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. WHY a lit S!..t, District of i Columbia 1 niiiiiiiiniiiiijjjjiiro M1IMM Ill Mr. und Mrs. George Davis ami Mrs. Pearl Davis and children visited Mr, and Mrs. James Clark last Sunday. .aiaw U abtclute and Quick death to tba germs ot roup, cokli ami other tnfect'oui di ? t. A fw drops la tb drlokJop water klUt the dltcat Cf nt and prv OdKq U ttt vtntl icknt. o( raakaa 12 ralloaa t&cdkiM, At dnurfats, or by nail, pott Kid. Vitlaabla poultry took Uii chance with your lowli? Bourbon Poultry Cur sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOPK is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c it bar, .1 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY I.lNIMKNT.Tor all Pain, bruises, burns, etc. 'tic find 50c bottles. guaranteed for tho STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. VI LLK, KV. Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-Whlte-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUIS SOLD BY R. B. McROBERTS DC 3C The Central Record, Thursday, Nov I, 1917. i I CARDS. .Ifau "Ml A OF A PH.LAIC 3EW Is I'll com" Hi tii ilo hnut' JM nn Mriiljliten it, inn re' i'.i lf." Wln'ti .Imlv I'Mirewd iidiiilrullini for 6G mo or un Hullrltim of my comfort. I Phone Open Day HHd llllllieillnloly fMTIftHTI 11 BU11C K'tl- u k .mil Sutisfiicloty Service I hi: of liiiptiiillnir tr.nil.1i'. "f mo' forgot tT.it roller Sallle l illln to mi er." mi de lini'k ponh W lil. Ii jellow SaHle?" D. Yellow Snlltm nr.' it plentiful on nil ' i!utiliill"ii u nwex In .tniii'. Arkmi "Put lijTltltlli' nigger what rails ber elf Sadie." Willi n miort of inutrmpt ' mill ii lilcli lir.'iil he trudged off In tin-- I ' "!lc at Ualuey s l.ivery Stable, tslli-licIiiiiiiiiiIiik: "De tire will kelrh Kentucky you lmur, inn." t . :iter. I l.ena," ciil'l n "flood nnT'ilii. Ml girl. 111 t nm' miit looking ' down ill.' hark vcnui'lit. "Ml. In ii llnlc tmlilite nn t wnnt yon !' tii help mo nulen It. IVc iininiil Smile, 1 1 ...a v i n nn' help Ur.it wld y clo'en eve'' a. rv w tek.' ill. & iitiiiiiy (inn "Verv wll. Sadie, what I the naliiri Doctors Of Drnlil Surgery. I felt no Mirprl'e of y.uir IroiitileV' u4e. I ut tin. mount. n I litnl till' iittlce Hull.lltiiavrl llutl ..It - M.httHrv SIOTe of pinri' nn .r"i-- for the plimtnlioii KENTUCKY. 'Imliiir Hie ten jenn of my Imppy innr- life. ' "Ole Jmly' ut le Imtlom iiv II." (liinrtnir luHtwntly t Ihe open klli-licull Ikt MMHiriiln' fliep- en iIiht: "il-. Imt I cull" i.nl. ii pillar of ill- - eliur-lit Imltaii. I 'I"" Iter n Mrnlnlii 'ii"Uli to lie tu :in" If .lie wnrn t chum on iiw nerk." mummy I"1 t.-- .t 'ep mil lie) M H"1 Madte'x oust "n" elMitl. Rrnwlm; n wile ttWfwMHl In lMTjoe, kmI Lv rv wir iju.irniiteed trom iiw m I liennl nil opitnnaa uilvlle to liave G. nrt hr ilone with ll. ' ttl way. Ml Lenn." ri'iirmil know ne an' "Be'y Smile nxift" tti et mnli'.t hr MiiiiMft lias Imx-'nine t .i y.nn ; t lnee hi - has t ' b.iune Iht- 8Bt nurkln' n'linil i. "Hneiien of lat 4'l hiittim. Ill" an' m e.lln'. Im.. Iin'i hisu a FUNERAL DIRECTOR s.i Uwi !lie up nn' ayx lie Iwu ,. u1r- - National Hank. ," ty' pnl n ha III hl IhiI. i' Juritl. no! in tittvie her. In 'for.' eh..' :i. iW e ltnm 27 I irlerl Mi-PatiKitli nfler " l.enn vlic-llaml. t.ANt AS1KK. KY. Jen" went h an' Mnnni--I , SnMwili ! irnllw J" lojtt ut k iwl H rhurii or ilWn't nmie 'bout a mil. 1 Jp' iroi a'lblMkln' II nn' wam'l Iwnlly lep' ! mrfhln'. l.lwi. "be J ah4e to coiililn't 1. im lio'ii ! "ojnr. lell I Ian' ll im Innaer. So iw n Un I""'-..- t m' hen we iner to Manuel III lie Met' lit work. Mr. llarriMM Hat vtn" lei he I foun' ilere. Ml Wlmt ilo jim ui-'oi iv Rex Oarage ') HKADSHAW, Crop m W pta rai Hi M In iliil liter- Irt wiirk. ny e. nASBunv. m aW Mm jnu stii.Iy I looVIti' good while wrnppir. Yim look ton bn, fcJUICK CARS it Nlllt. J fly? TO THE w Dr. Wm. Pryor, Voteriiuuy Surgeon and Dentist. Offle.llu.VlS;u! n. 8 n warehouse ikKc s mi,i,. nmit, t ril Tobacco The Wayenherg Line of Work Shoes "l AKFORD !' lly C. COX, Manse,Ky rW.', lJr wrr I I 1 sPEiTH'ooiFiiY. mm HOUSE AT MORELAND AND i. A.tteazlev r'lln We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH lt PAINT LICK, KY. j J. PATRICK, Dantiat. Paint. Lick. Kontuokv Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary uill L Surgeon. proinpily. iluv or U(M answereil Ililllll Phone tiiiaMfr. Kentucky. ' J.E. EDWARDS, "Phone 365-- M.D BUCKEYE, KY. HUNTERS I' TAKE NOTICE. WiliiesJeth; 'I hat I'hH AKIeeinent inlir to pr- ticl the unine on our nniU for h period of three veara we not to hunt thereon, nor I'. id ourvelva rmit anjlmilv else to do fo, anrl we further ii;ree to pioecute with illll-Kiiice nil purgont who violate the umi.e lawa of Kentucky or treapaM upon our .nndi for the purKe of hunting, And Deputy further HRrce to net Game Warden for the pur)oc of ear-rvout thii uKrevmcnt. I'xctpt each ef in have Hie riitlit to kill rabbit on our .'arms or permit it to be done by another under our kupervisiou, or the tupcrviiio.'i of some ictpomible and 'le prrnoii selec'ed by us. Thin November 15th, 1015. V I. Klkio, J. 1. ltobin-.nii- , falls de hi'pard In er Iranco like W. II. Ilrown. 'no. M. Farrn, dald. I puis de hotlle of hurt.vliorn In W It. Ilurton. Alx Walker, , ..... ...t.'i.l ....' ....u mi Inn W. itmtit-tl- . .. . ! iiij nit T. A. Klkln. ed a long time, nml llrolbcr J.trrett, he KaseMru llros., F. M. Tinder. ' wiy, 'Wliy domi yo' pray, don't bo stiff J. II. Dulton. Uigaii Hubble, ncckcil un' keeji de sliepard preeon- John II. Smitli. Denlion, hcIoui nil iilRlit." Hen wo nil went l J. N. Itou. II. Cox. wbnr alio lay mid dropt on our knee Fibber Herring, iw ,...m... i to mouru tin' prny. I eotcheil de aliep Hughes llros. ' InMitn' ii Miimii'l niiton tin mrner W. M. Mnhnu Witlwr llros. ob her eye, so I come through nn' Willinn, Marcus and Jim White. falls out, brlmtln' Uiu down wlf ine I!. F. Wilmot. J. D. I'ope, on de top ob de Miepard. Mlu.i Lena, Mrs, David Cbenault, somehow dat burlshorn got In de Fred J. Conn, Vy. It. Cook, J. V. Kimore. shepard's eyes, un' tnouf, nn' nose, nn' Hulfnian llros, she comes to 'iiiailn' quick. Yessuui, T. C. lUnkin. Wm. G. Anderron. you lea' g'loug to do house outcn de Sam Cotton, W. II. Most beat, me an' Manuel ten' to do vfurlc" T. M. Arnold. Jr. ' (Copyright, U1T, by W. O. Chapman.) It. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, llright Herring. A. D. llradsliuw. Optlmlitle Thought It. L. Uarker. Scott llurTman trboso only tleaplsQ tbo pun wUp eta Wm. and Liztie Onstott. &0t BUlkQ CDC. rtil lali May. Mae ami ClirNtine. Dai!ej vi' ited Mrs. Norn May and children at Wilmore. Mrs. Marv Dickerson of likhmund land Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Itay and fair-ii- v I were quests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Two little daughters of Mr. and Mr Uny. Sunday. Ollie lioie are witli Mr. I.oie Noel It u Flour in suck or barrel. and family. e you or money j guaranteed to please A mall child of Mr. John Humphrey back. Hudson. Hughes & Formal. was painfully burned when its clothing Miss MnMiie Calico lie resigned her nnp-kl! cnught fire. position in the school at this place, Mr. and Mr. W. It. Sebastian visited Miss I.ennn Hollon has accepted the Mr. and Mr". Wilbert Dailey Thursday position and began her woik Monday. mid Kridav. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I.uml, Miss Inez Itrowu. GUNNS CHAPEL. nel nnil wnnt to imirry him, why ilmt't Mr. Hurlan Davis who has been ill Land. Mr. and Mr. Olio Hardin, pnl pretty llxlns In liN lioue? joii with typhoid for the past eight weeks Messrs Talton May, (Jeorge Calico, Mi. Author Noel and children are)' nnil heller looklnc I'M Dailev U ill. Yon are Mr. pe'idinu the week with her parents, is able to he. out. Hollar t and Hubert May were ;t Lt.V I tin n .liulj, von know." 1 Ilrown. Mis Valeria Whittaker is with Mr. Misscs Miriam Noland. Jessie U. nml inKton. Saturday. hilt I Ixn't Mr. and Mr. I.. i "Ye. I know". Mls i Uosa Hay wcie guests of the Misf. p. 'tot nolliln' ptrt.v. Now. If you'll cle Mr. mid Mr, (irortte liny and chil- J. M. Ainon. Mr. Harold Ontntt has returned to Calico, TI,urSday night. n r ohl tlily IM put It on lili ilierir dren spent Sunday with hi pnient. I lol.t. In All L.nd.. Herea Collefie. nnil try II." Mr. and Mr. Hiram ltav. Mis Jennie Higgins was a guest :i ?i, t are natives to nearly nit lolsmiliil my wllllnsne. Mr. Hurdin Davis i improving after Mr. and Mr. John I.uml and Miss I.n-- " land and thrive very generally every-n- a ' "While jou'e III ile house, pleii"' Mr. Itascom llimvn and ion, James whi r.-- , the greater number In tho Hollon a part of last week. for Franklin, sH'iit a few day Isst week an attack of typhoid. inn'iim. Elmnie u little linrti-liiiri- i ,,ut M,,n" "' ,lu M,u' l.lr;i' hnlil." and Mr. Kd Dailey. Missc UeU. "1,!"V Mr. and Mr l.oui; Noel were yucats Mr. with her ister, Mrs. Homer Itay. I lieKini to e:irli for olil llner.v, IreiiinlliK the while of helping Smile tu hent .tiuly nt her own some, tlieieliy iiioollilns Hie roure of true love. Ciillu'rlni; up the "llnil" nml the am- uioiihi hottle, I went Imck to the to illwoxer ii llvlne moving runs on the Hour, lompoM'il of klrklllK feel, IhiMiIiik hemlH nnil llylut; litiiuln. Haille hclstoil the white IIiik with u lirliU. .linly. Iho niiclent. uroM- - wlntl-eil- , ami Mlently re hut Irlumphiint Miuietl her ilntly iiMiciitlou us If nnlli-liiout of the orillnury hail happened. Saille Inpk the tlilDSs The I hiimleil lier nml illappeareil. The nest inornlnc "Iho mlKtrem was Mini the liiiihl." A" 1 was lollliiB oior ' '9 the mlililay uieiil In walked Smile, snill- TfeROBABLY all the hemp raised in this country Ine anil hnppj. been grown from Kentucky seed. Your statu "You Ji-- ki to ile liouV, M.U8 l.enn," furnishes tha world with orchard grass seed. She S ' ft , he mill. "I'll lluMi do dinner. De B gs made tho porcelain bathtub which served as the standard LsfCr j iiiouruln' Khip.ird won't be licre no, ( and l'aern for bathtubs the world over. he won't lie hero mmiii." 'SlpHa SiyW-T- J U Smile lauched mjkterlouily. "LaVI "H? I" rubber malang, the discoveries and inventions of Goodrich have set the nlclit 1 Med Judy nn' my Manuel eome pace for the indus,ry- 1 Into de (hurth arm In arm, un' my Gooilrich Tire3 are tho standard and pattern for tires the wotld over. k hlood plnleilly hlled. I tells yor. I'len ently llrother Jnrrett, liu cnlN mourn em n n we nil slnn"". 'Ore will ketch you. sinner, tun.' "Manuel Roei iii to ile mournvr' wld it lot more men. Den out j wrro vi. nun nniiirii.iv niiii urn it very ill ut tin. day of Mr. iul Mrs. Henley Whittaker !at Kiikiville. wiitmn. ,.l l.nmr Mr. rimiley Hill waa the KUMt of Mr; ('remo Dxiry Feed will make your I ii. ill. mn flue. not icow Rive more milk. 'They Mill thrre l.oknj" on lie twlml. Tnlliott Jtnkim hut week. Hu.Uon. Huulien & I'arimu. Mewnt U W. Sanileri and Willie I'. II Imtlle of nun' on lie iimtille Mie'f. ll pair iiv jo" ole Imv rnrtnltix MornltiC Ixjur were in Iticlimonil lust wiek. Miss Miiiam Noland and the pupils ili r wlntler. n pair iiv .Mr. JiiIiii'n Mr. ai.d Ml. U W. Sander and lit- - j')f Mi'kIi School at this place has orKiin-timt iiiiiUt ile Inil. some nike I daunlitertt weie in Milion. Snniliiy. ized a health club. Ur. Kinuaird nml from ile llc Inni". 'enne know Mia S'lll;.. nt I ui.ntli.1. ' u.i.l llr . . 'twill In one m jmir lien' while Mr. Murv DickerKon of Hlcliuioiid is J. huwarili of this place eave very n nn n pliotosrnf iiv tint ole lint heio the (juent of Mri. Mollie llrotvn. interesting talk nt a meetiiiR Friday. luiiisln' on ile wnll." Mis Ilarbara liullev spoilt Satuidav miIiI I. ii new Unlit "Will. Smile." liiniilli" on ine. 'Vlnee Jon lure Mine liiuht and Sunday with Mis Minnie MTKKYK Mr uuil Mr-- . W. II (lulley and son of Mr. nml Mri. Thompson Davis. Sun day. Master ltobert I.illnnl Gullcv spent Sunday witli hii rand father, Mr. A. C. Milet. 1 How Kentucky Sets the Pace for Her Sister States S1M1 J Si$0 Vt m4Jm1:Y .ask'Kii ffliiaaJ jpJS IIhW. S i.i...... BLACK "SAFETY TREADS' "&.t!: A t Jjn. Are tires which embody thu BEST in tires tho BEST that has stood the Test of Goodrich's Test Car Fleets. That Best is the Goodrich CLOSE- CLUTCH, CROSS-BARREtread, a D practical not a novelty design; and the Goodrich Unit Mold, Unbroken Cure. the most lasting fabric tire body. You can get this best only in "America's Tested Tires." non-skid, J&v jiWy A THE B. F. GOODRICH COMPAN THU CITY OF aOODKlCH, AKKON, OHIO Ctutn alio of ifie famout Sihtilown CviJ Tim REX GARAGE, LANCASTER, KY. Tr " eS RMS3 i7j fi'Twia JM--r- ... . 'L?ii'.:;S '. t , ; tMS&S&lTlJt YIS W$Wa1& fyjHtaV The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 1 1917. lDaAaai The Central Record SPLENDID SERVICES AT A STRONG FIRM. ii LOST OR MISPLACED. The advertisement of C A. 'Speith county court day a new over mCORfORATIO. EawAvll PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. and Company appears In this Issue of coat, for boy 15 years old, was by mis P! 11.00 a ybak. nauRo WKK!.r. Record and will run until the to- take p. seed in the wrong buggy on the The seniM of revival services whiclt the J. E. ROBINSON. Edftok. begMi at the Presbyterian church Oct. bacco season Is over, which will bo Public Sqare A reward will be paid fi If returced to this office. about March first. 21, under tho most auspicious circum It. R. L Kt.KIN, Locnl E.Hinr and MRr. S The firm really nceda no introduction HY MRS JOHN M. KARRA. stances, continues unabated and will Lancastkk. Kr. not close until next Sunday night. The to the farmers of Garrard and surroundTOBACCO FOR SOLDIERS. InuiM at Itan roll Offlcd In Lancailtr, Kf ., Rev. Arnold Ia n forceful speaker, nn ing counties, since they have become Kf fonJ CUn Mill Matter. WHITE CAKE. earnest consecrated christian and h known as the most liberal and most Mr K. C. Gaines tells us he is meettobacco buyers In the (Hue ing with mucn success toward raising a vast audiences have born delighted I cup of butter, 2 cups sugar, tfambcr Kentucky Press Association since his initial sermon. HI sermon Grass. lot of tobacco through the farmers of cup of milk or water, 31 cups flour, They are already in the market and tho county to be sent to the boya in to the yonug people was full of appro 2 teaspoons baking powder, whites of X rags, well beaten. Bighth District Publishers League. printp illustrations, making lasting iin have bought qiiilo n lot of choice to- France. Many of the faimers are doICING. presslons on the young mind. His er bacco in the county, uomn of which nating liberally, llu desires that the 2 cups sugar, cup water, J cup corn avrup-- . cents a tobacco be left nt the nearest country mon to "men only" was the finest we they have paid twenty-fiv- e Lancaster, ly., November 1, 1917 Coak ever heard. His scientific facts to pound for. One cf the linn told the store, as ho has arranged with every Itoafnn .HIT until- it hilrs then pour it over (beating hard) the whites of 2 ere I " V, " ' ' It r.r gether with his spiritual attitude raised writer vestcrcay that they would buy store in the county to care for It and to , M"- Hav- it above anything we ever beard along more tobacco this year than In any see that It Is p.operly tagged. V" m"'hmllow' 1 .. m -.v...,. .r.ui ur nine ieia oi u cko or ll ft K en chocolate Mutt Rates For Political Announcements that line of thought. His sermon to previous year, although they have been htm . i i. .11 tit. mitil avm tli hu - -For Precinct and Citv OMms ...f 5.00 boys was equally as fine. Tomorrow on tbe market here for the past ten FLORENCE LABADIE DEAD. 10.00 afternoon (Friday) at 3:15 ho speaks to years. "Hilly Speath and Jnkc Urau 'er County Offices 15.00 women only and we hope n large crowd have made friends with every farmer For State and District Office Florence Lnlladie, popular photoplay 10 will greet him, as he is meeting a great with whom they have denlt, so fair and Per Calls, per line actress, died October 13, in Osaimng 10 need, this is a dav of intelligence, but square have they been in their dealing hospital. New York, Per Carda, per lino her death being with nil. They have associated with "many perish for lack of knowledge", For all publications in the interdue to injuries received in an automoMr. Stebbins, the soloist and choir them this year Mr. Joe Kellry, who bile accident in Canada est of individuals or expresa short time director, not only has a splendid voice will do a great deal of the buying and ago. Miss Lalladie was twenty-thre- e sion of individual views, per 10 but has been skillful in the art of get who by the way is the best judge o line years old and is survived by her mother. i Successors tn llunliei A Swinebrosd) 05 ting others to sing, and the solos, duets tobacco in thecounty and knows how to This popular uctrras will be rememberObituaries, per line and quartetts have been a great feature raise it beside, llefore you sell your ed as having appeared hern in u numOF in the meeting as has also been th tobacco, be sure that one of the above ber of screen plays, but she will be firm see your crop and we believe it work of the large choir under his able more readily identified with "The MilDEMOCRATIC TICKET LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. leadership. One duet which delighted will be to your advantage. lion Dollar Mystcrj," which is consid the audience was sung by Mr. Stebbins For Senior. ered among the best serials that has and Mrs. Addie Rurnslde Lackev. Mrs. ever shown in Lancaster. FAULCONER JAY HARLAN Lackey's singing brought tears to many Lancaster friends received messagca eyes as they recalled the sweet alto Representative. IN NOTICE annourcing the sudden death of Mrs, voice of her mother. Mollie Forman Faulconer nt tho homo 1IOGAN BALLARD. J. luesday night the musical program This Company Is Required By Law To Col was a delight, besides the regular choir of her son In Middlesboro, last week. Judge. widow of the late Joseph Conntj led a Wv Tax of Fire Certs oa Every which rendered special music, we may She was the They lived in Danvil'e mention the quartette sung by Messrs Faulconer. A. D. FORD. Toll Message the Charge lor Which Stebbins and Farra and Mesdames many years and have many friends in EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Lancaster where they also lived, and Miller and Davidson, a trio by Mesdam Is Fifteen Cents or Over. Sheriff. es Johnson and Price and Mr. Stebbins, where Mrs. Faulconer spent some of A. K. WALKER. This requirement is made In the" war was beautifully rendered. "The Holy her declining months with Mrs. U. I) Our records for the past eight viera ibow sales of more than 13,500 acres tax bill which became a law October 3, of land, besides large amount of town and city pioperly and stocks of City" rendered by Prof. Stebbins on Simpson. Conah Attorney. Her death was sudden, although she 1917. The sections of this law which amounting to more than ll.J50.000.00 and this business wa don tu the trombone and chorus by the choir GREEN CLAY WALKER. the entire satisfaction of more than fOO client and customer and they are m was well executed and held the rapt bad been in declining health for some refer to this tax arc: seventy-siSection 500. That from and after references for "fair dealing." years of attention of the audience. Too much time. She was Coaaty Court Clerk. cannot be said in praise of Miss Helm age, and a noble Christian woman, and the first day of November, Nineteen From my experience in tbe business I know how, whon, where nnd what W. A. DOTY. Gill as piano accompanist who has add is survived bv two sons, Rev. Henry Hundred and Seventeen, theic shall be to advertise. Faulconer, of Baltimore Md., und Mr. levied, assessed collected andpaid(E) ed materially to every service. To the one who has properly to iell-fa- rm lands, city property, dwelling it tax of 5 cents upon each telegraph For Jailer. Tho great crowds that are gathering Joseph Faulconer, of Middlesboro. lots or business property, merchindlsj or any leal estate proposition. I solicit Tbe burial took place in Danville last telephone or radio dispatch, message or your business, believing I can handle daily at the Presbyterian church twice DAVlDROijS.j it to your entire satisfaction. conversation which originates within to hear Dr. Arnold's gospel message Friday afternoon. ft list your farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand h Jtl United States, and for the trans long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere the bear testimony to the appreciation of Assessor. and your propmission of which a charge of 15 cents erty may be just what I am looking for. bis ability as a pulpit orator nrd "the BEAZLEY. E. a. R VY. or more is imposed. man of the hour". The cooperation of To the one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage as I know valuta "Section 501. That the taxes Impos and know Mr. Allen btewsrt lleazley. u6 years all, regardless of sect, or creed in pray that when you close a deal through me you will get "value received" County School Superintendent. er interest, and attendance promises to old, a former well known Lancaster ed by section five hundred shall be paid for your money. MISS JENNIE IIIGGINS. I have on hand for sal.at all times a Large Number our entire city and community n lasting citizen died at his homo in Richmond by the penon, corporation, partnership of Farms. Dwelling Sunday morning and was buried here or association paying for the services Citv Property not in the advertised list, a my influence for righteousness. list of property is constant! Coroner. or facilities rendered. Monday afternoon at three o'clock. The regular schedule will be followed chinging, by sale., expirations renewals, listing new properties and soitk of 'Section 503. That each person, cor my best properties are nat S. H. ANDERSON The end came peacefully and sudden' during this week except on Friday af. advertised at the request of the owners. Deration, partnership or association re' ternoon when the time of meeting is ly, dying without a warning us he sat If you are a of Garrard County, write me and I will tell vou ceiving any payments referred to in all Magistrate District No. 1. :1C instead of 2:30 and for WOMEN in a chair in his home, the first warn abaut our County, its fertile soil, its product, inirket facilities, cood road. five hundred shall colleet the schools and ONLY, and Sunday uftcrnxm at three ing being given by his little daughter section churches, of Lancaster and its business, its neonle and I ti ernwlh- J. II. CLARK. v 'clock a meeting for all with special who went to him, as was her wont, to amount of the tax, if any, imposed by The following is just a few of the properties I have on. hand for sale nm'. such section from such person, corporaask for her Sunday School money. Magistrate District No. 2. subject, "The End of the World". FARMS. He was a son of the late Allen Reaz tion, partnership or association making A farm of 150 acre, partly rolling land, good improvements, on nike with Each evening program if replete LOGAN 1SON. lev and Mildred Stewart, both of whom such payments, and shall make month- about 100 acres of cliff and grazing land tluown In, with the spiritual uplift of gospel song rendered by choir, duet or Mr. Steb- are closely identified with Garrard and ly returns under oath, tn duplicate, and A fertile farm of 1S1 aeres with splendid improvements. Und Me wel Magistrate District No. 3. pay the taxes so collected and the tax and is on pike. .Incolti counties. bins much appreciated solos. JOHN s. HAM. es imposed upon It under paragraph He was a member of the Christian Go to all these meetings and receive A small firm of 43 acres, yj miles from town, on pike, new 7 room d Resides his wife and four two of section live hundred and one to Ing and new barn, good land lies ell. the good things God is sending through church. Magistrate District No. 4. Dr. Arnold's able sermons and Mr. small children lie leaves an aged mother the collector of internal revenue of the A farm of rtO acrej, on pike 24 miles from tuw.i. land rolling, verv fertile J. M. METCALF. ant? three brothers, J. A. Reazley of district In which the principal office or mostly in Stebbins' songs. grat.9, large tobacco barn I roont house. thin place, J. L. Reazley of Stanford, place of business is located". A f.m of 8IJ acre, extra tobac-- o and hemp lanJ, rolling, i Urge burnt. RAST1N TELEPHONE CO. and Roy Ueazley of Mt. Vernon, also splendid dwelling, land well fen:ed anl well watered tenant houso uihI other REPUBLICAN TICKET. CAMPAIGN TO GET PLEDGE two sisters, Mrs. Wulter Reazley of Incorporated. out buildings. For Coaaty Judge. Lancaster, Kentucky. California and Mm. Will Havs of Stan A farm of Oil acre of rich land, part level and purl rulhng, fine dwelling ' FROM EVERY FAMILY IN ford. af 8 roam , lulu, cellar e?:. 2 re orchard, '.'i miles from town en iJKi Thir FOREST STAPP. Queer Mlxup in Names. Mucli sympathy is expressed for tbe one a bargain. People with queer naiur-- oftrn get young wife and children. The body &) aeres of very teitiie land on pike 1 mite from GARRARD TO CON town, good duelling nnd, For Assessor. was brought to his brother?, Jas. A. associated In n way whMi furnishes large barn and other fine orchard jnd the land priced right A. T. SCOTT. Reazley, on Sunday afternoon, from the editorial paragraphem with mate: A farm nf 12S aeres, I miles from town, pike, land partly rolllnr SERVE FOOD rial. Such u mixing up nf names with which place the burial took place. only one real chnngo nf name wn Uiat splendid improvements. A farm of 110 acres of fine land wll improved, oi pike accessible to mar From the western front the most imThe purpose of the campaign is to Involved tn Miss Ilerthn It. Ktnrlng's portant newa to Americans was that get every houscwie in Garrard to sign A TRIBUTE TO MRS. LAURA marrlago tn John It. Hold before Jus ket of three county scats, land lies well. A small farm of IS acrei, tice Coward of Smith Norwnlk, Conn., announcing the presence of American the Hoover pledge card and to enroll in mile from nike. with p.kkI imnrnv. ments. with Miss Anna Iltigg as attendanj. troops io the first line trengbes along-tid- e the movement to save food. Those PHILLIPS DUNN. A farm of ISO acres, partly rolling, very fertile, splendid improvements. French infantrymen, and of Amer- who sign agree to follow the suggeS' urge 9 nam brick dwelling with front lawn ta pike, eaiy terms. 05 acres In Music Hall Charms.! i ican artillery acting with French bat- tions und regulations of the food ad' Katiguo and tired nerves vfteit' nc cultivation, balance in grass. Mrs. Laura Dunn died at the real teries sending the first American-aimeministration insofar rs circumstances count for rcstlersneia; In nuili condiA farm of 10 acres, on pike, all in blue gran, large barn, lli.e buildinr dence of her son. Mr. Jeff Dunn in shots of the war at the German lines. permit. Tho rule of the food "diet tions there Is nothing better than xoft These troops have not taken over the tor" will not be arbitrary and the sign. Lexington, Saturday afternoon, after music to quiet the nerves and put one fite for dwelling, orchard, land ready for tobscco and hemp, close to school nnd quiet sector in which they are stationed ing of the food pledge does not hold the an illness of several days and was bur- In hurmony iigaln. It Is more than a churches, also 5 miles from Lancaster. A farm of 21, tS acre of nearly level land, 5 room dwelling, large dwell but are under French direction. The housewife bv an ironbound contract. ied in the Lancaster Cemetery Monday saying that ".Music huth charms to . This if fcoothe the xavngo breast." It Is truo ing, large orchard, land fertile, on pike close to schools nnd rimrcht-sfirst statement issued from American She merely signifies her willingness to afternoon. "dandy" little home. headquarters in France reported tho do all she can to save tho food supply She was the widow of Mr. Jack Dunn, of that small primitive being, your A furiri of 40 acret, hlgh'clais Un I, on pike, on pike, 5 miles from Stan and agrees to take the suggestions of u daughter of Isaac Phillips and was child, who needs all that you can kIvo men adapting themselves mast ford an ideal location. Will be sold worth tho money and on i;iny ternu. tbe food director as the best way by born and reared in Garrard County. him. New York Evening PoM. A farm of 151 acrei on pike, 0 miles fi jm Danville and 5 miles from which the food supply may be saved. She is survived by two sons, .It-IT Lancaster, right on pike, two sets of improvement', farm lies in nearly u n Additional progress for the Each housewife will be supplied with Dunn and Ike S. Dunn, both of LexPAINT LICK square and can ba divided with fronts on pike In splendid neighborhood onfl forces is recorded in the great two cards, one of which is placed in the ington. right at small village with school and churches. offensive against the Italians and tier-ti- front window to signify that tho houseIn old neighborhood?, and especially Mr. Fred Hall was a week-envisit FOR RENT: A faim of 280 acrei, well located, well improv.il and near reports that the whule laonzo line hold is a part of the food administra- faim neighborhoods, people come to or in lHiisville. ly all in grass and a part of the grats ready for the plow. Will be rented foi has been shaken. More than 100,000 tion and the other in the kitchen to know each other with a knowledge that Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Rucker motored the yenr 1918. prisoners and 500 guns have been cap- give suggestions as to how best to save reaches down into hidden springs of . to Iniisville the past week. mile from Inncaitcr, splendid brick A small form of II a:rei, oi pike tured since the drive Has begun. The food. human character; her childhood friends, Mrs. Adella Woods of Stanford is the residence, largo barn und other out buildings, well watered, Ruv n home clost crucial hour which will determine Washington looks to her schoolmates, her neighbors all at"Strike hard. to the best town in Central Kentucky. whether the Teutons can be held at the you," Is tbe message from Herbert test to her true worth and say "her guest of Mrs. H. L. Wallace. A farm of 5W acres - LISTEN to this: -- THE REST IJARGAIN in Kon- Mr. James Ralston visited the boya mountain passes and prevent the in- Hoover to the women. price was far above rubies." vasion of the fertile plains of Venezia symat Camp Zacbarv Taylor over Sunday. tuckv. located on two pikes, near the famaus Camp Dick Robinson section of ure seventy great parts of the There is virgin sail, ready for hemp and tobacco. i believed to be near. program tho government has mapped pathetic, she hod a smile for every Mr;. R. A. Haynes of Hillsboro Ohio Garrurd County. Part of this land out in its plan for winning the war and other's amilo and u tear for every was tho guest of Mrs. R, J. Walker 300 acres Is nearly level In high state of cultivation. I dwellings nn the lurni the main dwelling is an ideal KoUueky Gauntry Inme. 2 large new tobacco Car of Old Dominion, the best Port- conservation of the food supply is the other s tear. Prompt in the house of the past week. barns, stock barnsand other out buildings, well watered und well fenced. If third one that Mat. It is now too late mourning her presenco there was u land cement, now in. R. II. Ledford and Millard Messrs tho entire fa.m Is too much for you, will sell you a 275 acre tract, or 145 acre Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. to increase the food supply from garden source of comfort, and strength. In Ledfurd left Monday for Hattisburg and farm since the growing season Is the bouse of the needy she wus a min- Miss., to visit their brother, Lieutenant tract or 85 acre tract. Priced right and on easy terms. A farm of 117 acres of rolling land, new dwelling, barn &t, well wateret past, but wo can Increase the supply ister of charitv. Lee Ledford. RED CROSS LECTURE. 21 miles from town, will suit some one who does not care, to be right by climating waste in dining room and A superior mistress of the house, the In spite of the inclement weather the on the pike. Will sell at a bargain if bought at once. The government has' an- fumous hospitality of tho rural KenDr. Arnold has consented to stay kitchen. U. Y. P. U. Bocial held at Led ford's CITY PROPERTY: Monday evening and nounced that four thing! especially tucky home of lower Garrard was susiiver with us until Hall on Monday evening was a most New modern dwelling of 8 rooms, 2 balls, cellar, bath room, modem will deliver at the school auditorium at mustbesaved. They ure meats, wheat, tained by her, for In her home and at enjoyable nlfair. improvements, furnace heated, electric lights, water works, small modern barri 8 o'clock a lecture "The Art 0' Crack, sugar and fats. Tho amount of good her table there was ulwuys a place for Miss Fanny Kidd of Wallaceton has and 4 acres of land. in' Smiles." The admission fee will be this campaign can do is tremendous If "the stranger within her gatea"and her A dwelling of U rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. 23 cents, the proceeds to bo divided we stop to figure it up. There are friends and relatives. For more than accepted the position of stenographer Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. between our local Red Cross Chapter 22,000,000 families in this nation, and thirty years sho taught a Sunday school in the Peoples Hank and Is with Mr. A number of other dwellings and bullding'lots. and Park College, college In which he if each family will save one ounce of class at Pleasant Grove, sho read the and Mrs. Tom Logsdon. For further particulars and prices Inquire of Mrs. E F. Hcdrick, Mr. Carlos lied- of sugar a day there will be millions of vord of God with diligence and delight i especially interested and corresponds and sought with constant prayer to rick and Miss Hazel motored over liom favorable with our own beloved Iierea ton for export. Miss Toramle Francis Is chairman of exemplify its teachings and spirit In Fayette and spent the week-enwith College. Mr. E. Hedrick. Mrs. Carlos Remember the date Monday, Nov. this campaign and we hope every worn her life. and baby returned to Lexington She fell asleep peacefully October 5th, and hour 8 P. M. Come and enjoy an will lend her their hearty Up to last 28, 1017. "Sho resta from her labors, with them when she and Mr. Hedrick and sign her cards. tbe lecture and contribute your bit to Lancaster. Kentucky. will make their future home. night over 500 cards had been signed. and her works do follow her . tjie benevolent causes. flf Wll Known fonin, 1 t- ?' """" ...... SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Headquarters for Real Estate "THE LAIND OR INOVV" a-- !.. h d Auttro-Germa- n d 1 Warm-hearte- tender-hearte- d 1 lied-ric- k SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE NAN. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov I, 1917. 2 'f i arriving daily from the best manufacturers, made in the newest models and from all the voguish materials, at prices that are most reasonable. Sec them. You'll take genuine pride in telling your friends the kind of footwear you're wearing if you wear Goats and Suits ft Joseph Boots, You'll Like the Style, You'll Like Their Distinctiveness You'll Like Their Quality. Why not see these Shoes. Will be very glad to have you call any day. See Our All Wool Blankets. One & Two Horse Wheat Fertilizer Attachments and Plow. toe-Hon- e Join Dwe Witoo, One Two-Hon- e Birfcell Wiioo, One Cloud Carriage Joseph Mercantile Co Drills f vvv7 The One Price Store. IB r,S CLJHN See Our Dress Goods. I (Gossip About People Mrs. Cyrus Kason of Salvisa is visit -jng Mm. Pendleton Cox and other el- j . yejU f,N ,T CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this lip, enclose it with 5c and mail to Foley & Co.,2S43 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive ia return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, lor bronchial and Is grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for Isme back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles; and Foley CslharticTab-let- s, a wholesome and thoroughly cleont-in- g cathartic for constipation, Diliour.e!, headache and sluggish bowels. You will also receive, free ol charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "AlphsbcC lor Children" and "Health Hints": Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseases ' and a few simple suggestions for there having kidney and blsdder troubles. You can secure all these for only Sc For sale by all dealers. William Kinnaird, of M. M. I., spent tho week-enwith Dr. anil Mrs. J. U. ' Kinnaird. I I Furnl-he- d . One Buggy, two fins Engines. One Ohio Silo Filler. One Manure Spread-rVVngom?. All at attractive prices. .John Dccrc One Riding Plow. See our new Ranges and Heaters Tlic Prices Will Suit You. 3t!il Mcriion of Ihc Comlnji and Ooinji lyThojs Wt Art intcmltd In. wife nnd diughterl were iccent guests of Mrs U. I). Or. Itichmond. Simpson. I nnd biith. WANTED; rcon.s for runt with lights Ut O. Buck. pullets. J. Fifty Drown Leghorn S. Stone, Donrne Ky. i J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. A NICE WE HAVE LINE OF Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Hats. Ladies Ready-To-We- ar 11 1 iii Mr. und Mm. W. J. Romans, and, FOR SALE: Piano, practically new. Mm. Dolph Mire was n visitor in our Mr nnd Mrs. L. C. Gulley motored to ' Will sell woith the money. Piionu319. ' city last week. Lexington, Thursday. Mrs. W. II. Dudley Mm. Ellen Owsley ras returned from Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson of How ' All kinds of plain and fancy sewing, a visit to Louisville. ling Gtccn, motored hero and are with at reasonable prices Satisfaction Mr. John Parra made n business trip Mr. and Mm. J. II. Mount. I Mm. F. Moigan, guaranteed. to Frankfort Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Embry and Richmond St, next door below I'owcll's Miss Mabel Drowning of Winchester, children and Miss Annie Margaret If you have Hemp Seed to sell, write is her fur u wait to Mis Hettie West. kin motoied to Lancaster last Sunday. . See our line and get our prices. We meet, competition. Your trade is very much appreciated. (I I Sander's Variety Store. I LANCASTER, KY. ri I I ! Mr. and Mrs. William Lackey and family, left for Harlan Kv.. Saturday. Mrs. Ilelle llurnside lias returned to her home in Monticello after n do'ilit-fu- l visit. Mm. Sallie Lavson is visiting ht friend Miss Ethel llrotvn of Terra Haute Ind. Mrs. Wigginlon of C.itnpbellaville. is visiting Mics Kate and Lillian Kin- nnd Mri. Kir by. wii Mrs. Leticia Ware . i.i vAkipiicu visit iu ticinity and is with 30 with horce and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in Garrard 'We notice mention in Danville papers County. Salary 90. per month. Adof Ihc slight illness of our good friend and former citizen, "Bangs" Landram. dress 9 Industrial Dldg., Indianapolis, Come over to Garrard, 'liangs' and get Indiana. "pork and turnips" and we will send WANTED TO RENT you back as good as new. Roberts. has returned from l0r te!e''!1,0."" H...1.: IIIV iiuuitimt m UIIM If. Mrs. It. K. Mo Man past ' ."5, BRENT SEED CO. Lexington, Kv. AS YOU KNOW This is a velour season - Inaird It. has irturiied to after a visit I her home in Nicliolasvillr to Miss Minnie Drown Mesdamesi U I). Sitnnscn. App Price, l.uhi Johnson and Kph Ilrown spent last Saturday in Lexington. Mr. and Mr. II. A. Hoeing of Chic ago, arnvi-- Tuesday and en guests (of Mr. and Mr. J. W. So.ney. Mr. B. V. Morrow is in Cincinnati this week buiinz Chriitmas goods for 'the firm of Morrow and McRoberts. Mr. Tercy Rurnstde, who has iielped us out of several deep holes in the I Record olfiee, left last Saturday for J. Help The Operator Serve You Better. Harlan. Miss l.iilit Kuuey of K. C W. eamo up from Danville and spent the week-en- d witli her parent', Mr. and Mr. J. numTelephone subscribers are urged to call by T. Itaney. ber and not by name. In a community of this size the Mm. Huriwrt.l'rlc! anil .Miss Mary operators cannot possibly remember the names of oil l.ackey of Dsmllle were guests of Mrs I) subscribers; when you call by name you delay your lastM. l.ackey ami Miss Jeanuiu l.ackey Sunday. service and hamper its efficiency. Mrs. C. I. Morgan and two pretty All telephones are known to the operators by little daughters, Kathcryno and Ruliy. after n delightful visit numbers which nre on the switchboard directly in I have returned friends. to Richmond front of them. The directory Is your Index to the switchboard and should be consulted before making a call. Call by number and help the operator serve you better. Sooner the better, small house for Dr. II. C. T. Richmond and Mrs Itichmond (nee Halleen Arnold) and laborer, safe pay. I'hohe 382-IM-t- f K. C. Cheatham. daughter, Roberta Katherine, of Marshal, Oklohoma, arc here visiting Mr and Mrs J. A. Arnold. Dr Richmond FOR SALE OR RENT. has been accepted in the medical reMy house and lot in Buckeye. serve corps and is expecting to be callMrs. Mary Dickersnu. Richmond Ky. ed at once. pd. C03 West Maint Among those who attended the burial of Mrs Laura Dunn were; Mrs. Atha FOR SALE Dunn, Mr. Tom Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Old Fashion Walnut desk in good John Smith, Mrs. Davt Dunn, and Mr. ami Mrs. Ike Dunn of Danville, .Mr. condition. Price $00. and Mrs. .lo'.T Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dr. Wn. D. Pryor. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dunn, Messrs John Woods. Richard Petty, W. T. FOR RENT. Woolfolk, and T. II. Smiley of Lexington, together with a number of relaNice rive room cottage with bath and tives and friends of lower Garrard. electric lights, barn and large garden, on Hill St. Possession Jan. 1, 1918. A happy family reunion is being en-joSee W. S. Emurv. or write me at 322 at the home of Mr. and Mir. j E. High St.. Lexington. R. T. Kmbry. W. U. Mason. All of the children and v --IMf. grand children are together for the Mr. and first time in many years. AUTO FOR SALE. Mrs. Henry Faulkner nnd children, Mrs. W. Fox Logan and children and Having enlisted in the service of Mr. und Mrs. ltov Asa llavnescomposo "Uncle Sam" 1 oiler my Moline Roadtho happy fairily, regret is expressed ster for sals. Call on Dr II J. Patrick that Mr. Login could not be hero at Paint Lick. Ky. This car must bo sold. this time. "Keg's" grand-childre- n Ask for price. W. - Carman. might be termed a "bunch of babbling See our Line Also our line of 4 . Suit Hats in all the new shades New goods each week. BELLA ARNOLD Mrs. Charles Zimmcr nnd boys, Char- -' les and Eugenn, of Lexington, camo over Tuesday uud nre with Mr. Zim-- I mors parents, Mr. and Mrs. rt. Zlmmsr beauties". For year RAY-SANDE- RS. FOR RENT. 1918, house owned and for-me- - Bastin Telephone I Co. THAT CHEAP. HOOF need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU THE PAINT MoRoberts Drugstore V. Miss Leota Ray, daughter of Mr. E. Bright Herring. Mis. George T. Ilallard has returned II. Ray, is to be married today to Mr. tf u ilelightful three weeks Iim Sanders of Coy. homo after Tho marriage I visit to relatives in Illinois and Ohio. ceremony is to take place in Richmond. NOTICE. She also spent several days in Louisville Miss Ray is a charming nnd beautiful The best time to plant fruit and shade and visited Camp Taylor while ther. young lady und has many accomplishtrees, blooming shrubs, rhuburd, aspar-ugus- . I Mr. Brewer I.ayton. came tip from ments which has endeared her to tha grapo vines, reses, peonies, perCamp Tnvlor last Saturday evening people of this county who wish her und ennials, etc, is in the FALL. Get our I nnd spent two days with his parents, the fortunate young man much joy and large Illustrated catalog of everything Mr. and Mm. Terrill I.ayton. Brewer happiues on their matrimonial vovage. for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Finest ays The happy young couplo leave Immedlooks the picture of health and stock grown anywhere. I iately utter the ceremony for Chicago the hovs are all well and happy, H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, und other places of interest. Mr. Richurd Doyle, who ha made Lexington, Kentucky. one of the best ollico "devils" we have I SMITH YATER. ever known, will leave next Monday, Daily Thought. for Mattoon, 111 Dick is a sdlendid All may have, If they dnr? try, a The marriage of Mr. Robert Yater to glorious und we beseak for him young boy life or grave. George HerMiss Buclah Smith last Saturday bert. success in his new home and Held of was the culmination of a happy work. and brief courtship, and was a surprise Business Came First. Miss Margaret Jenkins, who for the to the friends of this popular couple. geueruls Home time ago past two years has been tho popular They were married at tho Methodist had planned a two Chinese Chcugtu battle In the at Mason bchool, near Marks-bur- parsonage, by Rev. Palmcter In the plain, writes Owen Williams In the teacher has resigned her position there presence of only u few of their Intl-ma- ts Christian. Herald. It wan ulthlu a few friends, and accepted u nattering offer in the days of tho rlco harvest. Tho people Miss Smith is very beautiful and petitioned tho geucrals to call off their Primary Department in the Nicholas-vill- u Graded School. Miss Jenkins charming and Is tho daughter of Mr. battle until the rlco was harvested, made many friends whiU in uur county William Smith on the Buckeye road. ami they did so. Then they went on and city, who are glad to know of her Mr, Voter is a prosperous young farm- with the fighting. Hut the days of such common sense uro passing. Militarism success and we know the people und er. They are receiving the congratureto demand more Is coming children in her new home will soon lations ot their friends who wish for spect than that. them a long and happy married life. learn to love her as they ill' I here. occupied by It, T. Embry on Hill Court. Possession at once, if desired, Plumbing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF REPAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will u& appreciated. PI WILLIAMS Tho Central Rocord, Thursday, Nov to congratulate Mr. llowaid on win- -' ning tlie heart am! hand of such n lir Mr. Howatd la inspector for the Western Kleclilc Tcli phone Co, ct:d is laid to be a fine b'Jslmj man. Trev ' will make their It mf a' Cr-- L 0 ..oily ever sulfercd fpr a (Vw d. "I don't think !nv. l where they hale the bvsi v- hes if more' pain than I ' ve. Twice I was, Miss Delia llice Hughes of Lancaster .... r ...... ..- -.i ...! .. .I.U.I was the week-entheir net of lie-- aunt. much many friends for n life iiicd Willi a fri ,i 7i....i happiness. y' 'f ' Iowa wrote me how be Win cureil 1V ! Mm. W U. IViklns of Mareellu-I takiaR MavrV Wonleftul Kemedv. Difficult Language. has been the euest i.t Mrs. Iielle IVr l.i. .mIv in. wlili t,,l An IntelllRi'iit rrcnetiinnn wits nnj nmer mantes. reults and have nli taken the full ains tlu llnsllsti hiniiiingi', "When I ills from wiorvd llml If I ttn tied I v Mr. ('. C l!oe bus relurm-'.)tirv. My Min are n I none Hml I fnl. be.-llm If I spout loo freely I win fan nml Lancaster, where she Ins feel 1 am pcrinnnfttlly cured. thai not to out wis to fnt 1 n ills- It ti a dmpie liurni- 'pie pa rat ion t;ue.it of Mm, J. S. Clilwit. tliHt rrmumlheciitairri .1 ihHohih from ilnuii Coleman, who Im- - ten : i I1 c rountseil. Hut when I ci'UH' emus the Intestinal t r.irl i.nil nh.iyi ti;o in recruiting srhaol lit I'm tit Island S. C . (he WHlemv, 'lb iW one won one RUlnin prlio.' I win tempted lo clvc iii practical tliiirmiton which dau ill is nt home for a short while. trjliis to lenrn I2nlrli." t.irna h, 'ivr bik! n lift in I ailwenla, Mis Kittle Hopper has rettirmil I ajipefhii.-i"- . One i!t"e will hump nfter h visit to tier iron at I.uni-villcnnvi'ii-- i.r iikiw re'ti. iW Mt Sterling ami Jacliton. it K. Mr Materia. HttiHRNt. Mrs. K. C. Walton is visiting her sister. .Mrs A. 41im and father, I ill. & T. I), Mar cum at Ci.tletttbuot. MuMlamen It 1.. Collier ami Unbelt Mr. ilf ItnUtiMW of Keren spent Thomi.in of Crab Oi'durd wen heie t(inlf and Sunday with Im .son a- - Momi in Ihe Interest of the Ifeil ilero U r 'nwHr o M IJ.iririM.il. Cros work. ..M.3, i Vli MI'l' lira. vV. V. ITi.-e- , ;f Phi. inviting at Level (.reen was Mr.t W. K. ShnHurK, of Idbeit; nial ei.f-fr.j- a iry.: IV'iie. i Itrn Vatiwintile win call-- . Mrs. John I Tawer, uf MeKinr,i . M-'.hi T'.r.;l...", .1 " 'I .!. nil aeC'iimf of Ike illne-- ' of lii vltii-- Alia. Henry ,'winlie miJ r. t i.v r. I.: -ll wl'Ii n vcihne. i 1 . .ar laniiK ul aj.-- i llui1. ..I I. A (Vlivby wbx b l Jtruie tij. - reI.V. a.il Mr. f '. ' fn'i u!-lrf.ui.-v.ii at the IS Heoeesn Hoom turned ii .ne fruni rf.iriiii? Hill, IV in , ft Jilt )'., !. . .! ft',' the wMw day rturnd v.'lit ri; ! j. v imv. U.0H l n? l... r.'v:n the i(U-- : Uen.'j . it w .cd lio'n ftui dnv veiv nmeh Iroaroveil. i frt.'htK FARMER NEAR LANCASTER Mm. M. C. Underwood Is TlsltlnK her son, Mr lien Unde.wnod anil f r.ily in Louisville. been lisit- I Miss Ella Mni' Sanders has per r!nttt-unit f.tnnt!. In '...,. int.. Having sold our fonfr, will offer publicly to the highest and best bidder on mm I '917. w Nov. 10, al 10 9 vi&sy !. ten j :ida A M fx ire of ItiehnwiHl Mm-J- . i.w, J "Jfrw muar.n.i ,;hh- Boitin of Lcxlnartmi raHornwI a'.WitHfl Mis Has Uvt lh KUmt of h d.i hi- VH)i.idav at v i 1 with II. and H i. Ciaronrr QttaM. .. Mm. H. U. II Mi. anil lln Jokti M. nilh. Mr. 1. K Smith. Mr. II f, Sn.tth and famHr. exid.d b. i T: l "u'da I I, Sriilh ami Wtfc ..f Paint I.tek w w r. the KH.S.f Mr. wai Ifw. W. H. cutli" la,K WMth. not irwtmit took l),liO. SmiUi StuxJav. . New ha be i Me4d here from ' I'aimma of tb arthrtt mt a little v u i STANFORD tli borne of Mr. ami Mm .JEau Murohy. I( ha tfumed fur k4 filh The ' M M rn iNi nt 'aaU" tstoMnrwaa formerly yttiOnfe. um. I. 'r- uter with hnm f. k. ' of I.annlr Mm KallMritHi Anderaon iaattivorfrr Ttw wtJibrHf of iiiM Mary H ii tl . town j(i the Hradtvv tadi 'and air. .lames fruit' Ho.ru v Mis Uinnw WmvU Ihe jn. t of swmewhat a stt rife to tn,-iin. ' Mra It. tl. Ilampion n L'biioi friendi although they had ui--i !r..- .. for some time. Thew-- ' n ecu The mi elinx that hua Iwwn in se'iiuu at ( or bin Saturdas, K- v. On !' at the Baptist church el .. stayinpt the wonh whieb joineilthM py eoupli-- . The br t U a ! .iitfhtt-nicbt. cf Mrs. K. .1. ltroxn has lieen visitini; Mr. and Mrs. S. L, liurdctie i f t! her ton, Kussel 1' Drown and wife ai cit a id is indec o cr.arinintf v 'J:', lady and his a 1m of f ie iIh bit f I Liberty. i'. ",r. in lr Take o'clock sharp, two miles east of Lancaster, 6n the farm known as the Caddell farm or better known as the Joe Arnold larm, on which the Nevius pond is located, the following personal property: Ifi'fC in . : '"'"" - "" The Wiiiiian'd I Ik ft . i. il govd workt rs and il.iviip;jjrwirk mu!tt?, iwcyearolu n tHc. 15 hunais high; 2 wa.ti'iiirg 3 milk ecus v ith c.ilvos by side; colts. Rood oi dry ecu; iieifer. fresh in spri 'i?; 2 y0rlin( iieifera; Herford bull calf weanling c!f; seven months old; head of hogs, avenge 1 Five mart's, 6 h. nds hiy ti ; t-- - ; 1 : I i I I I 1 ln I r.row atron-- T ri ht Io:.e. ulJ It ctivod ! .'. I mi ::ftiler (b"" I " h.ivo l et n la ; JT in: .i whlla I . a . d'rfr-rne"- aooii i 75 pounds I ; Jmi ,suf'r, 'M-- , . I r ir. .tm-tio- ! r drugglst3. )od r r C: tilicrlf! It iould h'!p JXX TiT CfduL At nil E-- I'. T.'.p rn n f. ' vr. i.ri rliiti'a lie e i J or, - . h.u .1"; and ! ti of . wo- vlnl 'ha One Decrlng Hinder, in goad condition; one DccrJrg Mower, in cod orrtr; two Hay rakes; two Cutting Harrows; one Smoothing Harrow: Our Brown Mauley Cultivator; two Vulcan Turning plows; one Uili.side turning pl w; three Double shovel plow.s; owe s;vo.orse wagon; Two Buggies; Tho Buckboards; One e corn plan1 rjThree Stands of bees; Superior Wheat drill; . te superior Harness, Hoc., digger and other thing.; too numerous to- mention.. lo be stid in the hchp. Some baled hay; About-4jOAlso abou! ft'ty ectv. .f Tobacco iiau.i ig in barn; About eight acres of hemp in shock.. slicks of Household and ;itcht.. furniture. TERMS; All sums $20.00 and under cash in hand, over Unit amount negotiable note due lit sis months from date of ale, without In'tereM. Ore-horsi'o-.t'ht'i': - L J. mi The Tnero Is no st I C. MEADOWS. CAPT. AM BOURNE. Auctioneer. Cheer. hetti-- rbii-f ii.-iir- j thiin . ..'m-- . t lit GARRARD CIRCUIT t,j 'F!CK rner eh.fr Hint i iiiii.-r- . n.m.. i i shine w.n ' C0U!!1: fuewl, I left Hem Warren, et al, .; She Paved the Way. .s,)tl(. js hewby iticn lb:il as Ma -- IH.W .11.1 hilii'; .,. (1MmiMio,r of P.i net wh. ii "tl arrai.l ir -ery senile ami fur my Iiainir euil Court 1 will'sit in my attire In Lmii II tix'l: nie I'liinpteti'iy ny leou. County. K. on Nov ' M8t,'r- nrlie." "I tol.l him .ni in.ll t l vnber It, I'.'l i. bniniiin; it tla hour f;; ,,i.i.tUt Uii'jloek, A. ti. to bear ftitut on rm WlliniR.SkIT mm Butlaeti.Phonooraifcy BOOKKEEPING TYI'EWIUTINGind H la TELEGRAPHY IHII PV" BUSINESS COLIEIE l l51t I'Ut4. 'r"rJ Hardy Flowering ' 3 3JE.i1 CE IT PUBLIC AUCTt in the city, 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 Nov, AT 1:30 ttur lai.d ilellM-i- l hoiuuhiri " but will t n by Lucy Ann yimti.wi lv to IletKV Wam-41- , and the lanili lie toUtfli ikln iilil'li N . ii:irn' nml browii, hrira-a- l law of l.m j b'HK linn' be will not sciid.d to lhi like ptiHi. r.'t Ann SimpMju. All iwrtonst intereitiii Hir.ih lili b.'iin In ihe bruili. I hriein arc duly nutitUil to aial I ,.,;,1- - i. ru.- - ..... i,,.,..i,i.,,. . ,. Remember Your Soul. Ibis t,ll',r "nil clairen c,.m-rnii.ivcr. .utiiini.bi'i Marcus Aurellu- -. . order of niLt you fortt thai oil lime Ii Mini ; !B,J bo.miUrv line. Dono by Ihe aboii-willcnever nittu ou uh u hliifle hour III j the l.aira.d t'licuit Court in It rjlclit reiiib r the allehteafc! stybil eair duly . ntvred at Ihe A iutt (Tel in. liU?. . M'rrlctK l liuiii.nilly. V. II. ISI.OVi'N. M. ('. 11. C. C ' Wanted to Oe Sure. Wifey "Tom. ilear I wlb joir"il Burnir-- o Coat Ashes. v If I IV perfectly I Ti.ti- tbli milk ami ' iweit. If ItV the least bit sour 1 Tlilfr h elivniiitV fi.riiiulM fur burn-In)- : I'ojU'tn't kIvi- - n drop of It to poor little iUlii Due iiinuiK.il ill FIQ." Milt. tw ouuri"! tiTittlr uebl. mie t!hj flx and iimlKteii with U Ion wnlr. u luliture toatalnliiK one purl cnnl i.od f The World Oo Move. ' All old fashioned LunreMV t'twi who thrii- (airtK jkIu'i, unit a beiti'i'- uil Thlv has nlwiiys wnin Jctmhiil rut's was euiujot hv iMiriuil. upon inlxturi- till, it burning fire. by n mum heliut i4ot-.i- l roiiKTOtulntrd 'hi. oilier d U win. iliotiitbt thi' ild inilll tttMi lulu a ti'hi'llki' iiiusa nml 'lt1i-youni: httt lltlli' residue. ' bail utiilled ti leif fHshloti.-Kuli- ma A 'Tel-lot'- Deer'a "Velvet" Horns. ileer'i new liorni lire called tbi'.v k'rnw tlpuriHue in'ilj IirminirK the exact liibli' hr Plants ans Bulbs For Fail Planting north of Hrd) I'lants and bulb i fur fall t.'mitiui; KOSTI'AII) foro'dv JI (Hi Write for purticularaar.dl'ltivl: I'Al.i. I'l.OWnt HOtK. which tells what In plant, I eiv in plant ami w.Vu to Cut. tr ROUTE. ) IIAKRODSBURG, KY j IN OTICE l vno desiring a Blue Grass III Farm coui;-t- J iuainiiia or Kc)etle fc T. Curray Robinson Lancaster, (lad O'CLOCK. ! flty Star. j i ft jpld-FIr- Foroerj you wiilt. . ivarcollpiy. Kver woinlvr wlmt llie aiatter wna. tiller out lug when that itnmtry feelliu: overcaiiie youl! When you felt you'll iiliv iiIiumI cverytbliMt for n Uttlo bleep) J.H' Kelsey of the i lly dlvtslou huii dlscovertsl what Hint Is. If U tiiirtollpny. And iintcollpiv from "iiiutor defleleliej" of tho Moioach Tolrxlo NVvMi-lb'iBoware the "Jack-of-AI- r.irrfir) trnib- wlill'- Said property consists of one ucre, vith ten room house, practically new, sto:su sheeted, brick foundation, with hot water heat, water works with bath, wair never has to be cut off on account of cold durin i the Is.coldest, weather. stored so that Eleotric lights, large concrete cellar, where coal and kindling for fuel. Large front and back porches, and you never have to leave the house I nt an the bid re i.n jive Ky , who will b, lniw you same an you t)n lowest price, Ij wiitl) rbara.-i- l m (1'illdfMd. UnKbunl-lielaltii'd tint t lie iHittbl alt iluwil mid make n lii iiHiiiy unto la, balf mi hour. Tin' fnrvt'il mile". Ibviliib mxih viliat III r rrmlrlv i Mi nJoil nilafci b.lil llslll. lollit iIk- ixiiet ilre tmd (otnr of the ui'iril'i- ones - 'I Im undesigned hereby u've warn inK to all persona not to trwpuas upon POSTED t- three yard. out-buildin- The lot consists of fine garden spot, large strawberry bed, and chicken I Trades." , Terms made known on day of Sale. Those desiring to see property will bi ihown same tit any time. Phone 247. OOL. I. M. DUNN, M. K. DENNY. Auctioneer. known as Iho buiuly mint I" u eerl-- 1 nus drttvrback (o the ludttstrlea of Ibo Uoltd Htr.tfs, becuuso 111" kuowlcdKo qnd tralalnn are not Imoeil mi Ihtt Stub rules uf any erufl, jurn aro tbc bttue of any Industry ami machine more especially of blub-erodshops, for their work cannot be relied upon. Douhllea II la n kowI tbluc to leuotv omethlui: uboul overylblnic, but tbe perfect meilmulc und blub-Krad- o foreman Is tho man wlm kuown crcrytblng about sometldag. OeorKe W. llowle, lu Industrial Manatceim-nt- . The , HIGHEST PRICES PAID KsmlttU4 tt.1l.il wi Day Stlpnunt it Kfled No Commission to Pay WslU Im Shipplns our lands for any purposo ivhatever a wo will prosecute all offenders to ft.1 lest extent of - law. UuntcM uni Kishermcn vspeciallv tak nollro. Ed & Nit Trice It.L. Klltn II. 0. Arnold. J. C. itiasby, Mra. K. lu Kiaire John Tatinn, T.st U.t t4 Hi a S. It. L. Arnold. M. Moberly. C. ItlKiby. M. Sabel & Sons I..rrr.w4 LOUISVILLE,: i. Julia I'nrks A. L. (ilbbs, W, S. Ferguson, James M. White and wife. We will add other name cash. T. Ii. Slavin, It. L. Uail:r. 1!. M. Situs Dslly. J. 11. Navlor, Ui. for lucent fhe Ceintivil Record, Thursday, 13 Nov 1. 1917. 1 1WH1TE !"t ZERO Sesms Liks Remember that wc carry h a aw mw 9 ft a SHE WON THE BET Dy PAULINE I). LDWAPDS SWAN I 3 July 4tli. .(Ini l'nii-ri-..i)- ( f n ere ill innll kill'- ili'!'- ti M i n! lu ' If-- ser. I mile Hie i 'I. When you have one of our National Healing Stoves in your Home. complete line of Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Grates and Srate Baskets, Chimney Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Back. Let us know your wants and be served before cold weather. May as well be without coal, as withont a place to make u fire. Coel savers, pay for themselves in one s ason"at'present prices of fuel. - Ii Iili.i : ,'! nnil In p ' "My (.1.1 I n, i. 'l..i i s;,- via' i l.c nil, t Loin liiiun't Mil ' l Ii to puH IIiioiikIi lie H':lf In- - t.ny it.i.fnu'. ii.i Mimiii.i! lie i !n t ie to mill lilm nt Hie t n . st.i. Hon for n lininNlinke." "If I V. ere'n inly to iro horlll oinini iou I' vliuil of Tlmr(la.( ." nilil i nrriiv a it ihI ilmin-ll woul I for mi ei .tl (.onl.l'.'l fi" " I joii v t r 'Mil.t in "I II mc I tlilMl: I .iin." I darlle h.iyt lie lias liranl Hint 'k- - i imiirleil I womter where lie (it ni lii. i op.i.i'i We have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and flour Mills and are running every day. Wc have an expert miller with tis and urc turning out as good Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. We pay the highest market price for Corn and Wheat. Phone 86. III il " '. . op in. III! I . i nil il lilt o imio I - the Mr .Mit- Knltclil Hi.it ive n lil N Hie iiil of iln- to le lint ..li'l: In lleiil.-li-t If I . Ve 'IT loll Hervey 8c Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, You Need a If 5...'! Miie Flower Holdfr. t f !einl ' i il'l Millie lti.il .Mill Iiml Hie roim-r- . -it with i ii awfully lil r ns In lili Irenliiiriit of a iir v. i.-- lie nin e x.ilil to me Unit if I wife It "oniil tie linio-.llili- fur, tempi lilm liilo a loti- utT.-ilHI." In-- r I ,.i'e" .Ill Ixf "llmupli!" was I'arrle's null iipl Von .eiisliler lliat lioslijf" ' 1 . Walker, Lee & Hicks. ' Wheat Drill Hotter inlimhlvry liwji l; tt otrr tthlrh iifliltia dns lieen plnT lhl over ii howl of water. Much Troubled. "Aru jriu Ironlili I mind In wild lirrmt lu;:Y' Jour i Mri. n 'Vf, ii pun! ileal. Jt hor' ni'MT seem to date utiytlilni; I A IioMfr for may Iw inwle from mi iier. II tell Jilll Wlllll Ii. ll. .Illll. Till . ,ii..ioli Iki : IimiicI Unit Jon lime lioeil limoiliii-i arriist me In lilm us 30II" v.'v I'll lie! jo-- i a Jialr of Kln'-yoo .:isi a Imi ofiamly thai I Hoof at llieeml of ll," Joiirtie.t tli.il he imt - itesperulrl hoiioiiililo as ou Uilnk in." , ' lr.. A want." An Oversight. ws ml w alkltis wild Ills u li'Klesi motlier when tl.ey mini. "i!ooilnes. luikiHuii. I n I i'oi let tlmt inuii mil of !itien without hl Icirs'r" do Handl kiI Snakes In Australia. Is nidi o Imt.- .ilmiii KM of Pwle of snakes, three-fourth- s tlii'iii U'ihuiious. The lil:: python nnil rocl;.nnke nr harmless, hut us one trnvels from I In1 arlou tropie (.(iitliuntil tln d.'iiuviiiiii turlnles lu nutiilier. nnil in Tasmania nil nri' M'Iiuiiioiis thotiuh only live are """Aiii-tntlli- i really we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Garlic Almost a Panacea. larllc 'Veins to !. lining. Into 'Inrapoulle fnvor," remarks tlu Medical ncconl. In oiiiiiieiiliiiK mi lioxv AliH rlojlll pliysleluns nlrl (demists dine ii'tukeiieil in u for u re- to nature' own reiinsle. nfler turn many jeurwof Iminuiluloits idpi'tnli-neile-l- re Bryantsville, Ky. HI"1" Ooriinin iiiiti'iiti-i- l i In miIi N. iurlie Ii now iim.iI ax a letmslt for illnli tlierla, wliooplnsr tutuli, tjpholil fetei- The tiilnxliii tlmi took phuo as ar anil MaelCululit was el to tlinu a hi inlher hy IniliK-ililnn- - .laieimiit Hint farrlo was Jlnr will of his kisler. Hut left his fill-m- i ami his sWie: , liiuimllv Iioiii that the for liu r Moilhl mi! hl Mnteiueiit to alilllty lo lie ila.i-an- il iliil not .pis t a teller for lie iliil imt riseiM- one for .1 mi k 'i'lii n a ti'leLiaiii . :1111c from his i ( l'lo . ome nil hi le at olH e." Xn eplau.itloii was Kit en, n thai Jim was olilluisl to infer one. The 11.1I inul hifeieiiie was that I'liule li.nl Is I'll lllken sinlileiilv HI in- - I1.1, nut . w llh 1111 no The Is-- t was fiit-.'n- l liiiailnii ' tin In the mole seiimio ' ThlowhiK a few Ihliius Ui a silil In- - liilleil a eali nii-- l huiiitsl to Hie Mn , lion, tvlii-ihe sent a lo Ills iler to ttire liiui at an I11I11 .liale lly finthor Infni in. To his as. Iiililsliliieiit he leieltisl (lie followluu' fiii-m- l Is liorriil." "Your , Tills illpelleil Ihe IIIiii-s- m-- in'i iil.-n- t lliei-l.l- . 011I1 Hut what Mni'Klil'.iil mii-I- i hate i il.iln to liiinj nli-'ii- l a eoiiililionV .llni arriti-i- l at his In the eieuliu anil was ilrit en to the house of a filelnl of his sller whom iiie tvus tlItlnc lie was exiHstt-i-l ami was hliinin iulo a room where he fnuiiil I'.irrie waiting for him. She was tin- - i of health, hut lookisl ter.v i.iii-.-m- yolks thnfSwc b3 Most hens lay lc?s than half of ll a maintenance) nn average of 224 yolks and cny 154 uAiur. xvhirli are absorbed by the hen, mcnn not only fcv.'cr cgs, but they form fat which cuts down egg production. formed because white c'emcits arc lacking in the grain feed they ett. Whci.t, com, rlr, barley, and kafir contain (above bodily The exccs3 yolhs Yolk. White 247.49 142.11 Combined Ration 429.54 424.66 Note the perfect balance and the large quantity of white and yolk elements supplied. The money pM for Putins Chicken Chowder will be refunded if hen. ilo not loy more egRH when fed Purina Chicken Chowder t directed with Putins Scratch Feed than when fed any other ration. You take no riik. V) out of 100 hens rat too much grain which curs down rgj ptodurtiou. Feed the perfect balance 100 lbs. of Punr. berated heed to reel) HU lbs. ol Purine Chicken Chowder and you 'will actually ue leu feed and f,et more e?c. Purina Chicken Chowder Purina Scratch Feed 182.05 282.55 More eggs or money back mil ItiufrciilosK Hilled 3 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 one ol the (trcatest bargains tlmt we huve ever been ulilc This Inre In offer in Dressers. massive Dresser in either Oak or Mnhojlnny, wiih 27!1U (level Plate Mirror, delivered in your home free of charge for only one-inch WHEELER'S $22.50 a (rent iiiimy other Dressers llint ranjie in price 11 Wo nro showing from "l'or luat.-n'- s sake." rM hilun-i- l Jim wd.ifi. the iiiiilterV ; "Ifs .Mr. Mm Kiliuht." "What h.i he iloneV" Why. I lllrtisl willi hiiii-Ju- .t a 111- - ' (6 He hit, joii Mum- - nml Ihe llrst ililnu I knewhe was lalklui; sill). Thou i tola him lie slniiiMii'1 say m-l- i things , to riieiiil's wifi-- . We Weie Ji. i pu:iiuu iulo the li'linln.'il when I sa '1 Ihal. .iml he K"l up anil nisheil floi Ilie ear like a - lazy man. I train oi in linn nun at nine nun explain "Why tin thatV "Itoi'aiiM. I ilou't want lit in p. think I I I ui a a tmit woiii.iii." ".S'oueii-e- ' ou'ie won the l t " J "Vl's, lull" I J It lookl'il alils iter ttonilellncly then mi hi "I lifliete, I'arile, .vou'te heel. I w limeil iour..elf." "Von (jo tlylit off anil llml .Mr. MmtviiiKUt linn explain aim my l iu er oiry for ttdal has happenisl.-- ' Ilotv ilo know ttlicte to Iiml hlinV illlilni; the Jouiiiev 'lie that lie lull mini stu.tiin- - ,it liu- l.eiio hotel." I uilriwooil lh.it eteliiu iipm-uns- l at the l.euox hotel mill. tohl 'll.it Mr was in his room tient (lure, kno I.ihI al the iloor ami u'us udniltleil MiieKiilulit wa tvulki'u ' tde Hour like urn- ulfeilm; frou. ile ' lirluin. (n seelm: I'lulenvniKl In paleil llieii. h.irlu-.- - hN lueaht, wlhlIClli nn-- . .llni! ttore lliuii ileald:" lliii Ihii-- wonleil Purina Feeds come in checkerboard bags only. Scratch (chickens FEED ifiCHOWrf Sold by Leading Dealers. Draw A Check i for the money younv.e nml note how mtieh more res- pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like lo do business with n man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know ho is doing business in a business like way. open such an account even if your affairs are not lari-- r. will grow all right. Hettir ' hev " The Garrard Bank & Trust Company $12.50 up to $50. : which tfood we consider exceptionally valuea. It will pay you to a ami lontliniisl ol IjukIi till he was lulerrupteil le Mae KlilulH savlitu What In Ihuiiiler .in- - Aoi laiiulilin.- - lulu a loiiil li'inself Into lautli. In tv THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cop)rul $5(),ooo. A. K DENNY. iit visit our store and inspect these before buying. I A. P. Wheeler Danville's Largest 5 Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. - Furniture and Rug Store. Furniture Co. Wilt Ii Jliu f.iunil Ills toll e he mill of ido iilnry nf I lit l el. In tvlik d ll Hi-artil tlmt t'lirrle was .llin' eNler Insteail of his wife As miiiii as this pints., .MuelCiiluht fhds mailer apK'.-iris-l In Ills units Jim salil the killer "t'nr- I'onie nloiii.'." rle Is In an hail a llv ns you." "All rluhl! Imtr Jim, tou'te Iks-i- i Iravellutf nml nnil rest. Ijcn't troiilile )oiir.elf fin I her lit the matter. Il's loo hail t have ealliil sou mi fur on Hind uu I'll mil on .tour ulster ill iiire. a Ml I iluie-a- ) the malter trill lm" Jou't tloiilu II ' "I MX 'I'll" Ketlleiiieut 'noli plaie Nlitl folloveil liy n tvnhllus. r - Surplus Prra't. $3oooo. Pres dent J. E. STOHMKS. Vic J. It. Harris. J. S. I.. DENNY. Caahitr. L. l.'ll.t, Rvii.ook.Kretir Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny. J. H. l'osy, J, E. Stormei, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov I, 1917. CORN WANTED. We are now receiving new corn and will pay highest market price for same. Call or phone No. 26. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Dealers in High Grade Field Seeds, Feed, Salt, Lime and Building Material. LANCASTER, KENTUCkY. liFARMER'S COLUMN! rip(Tu hncn th' beaCiiijtli M lb viclu ire nit uftur , irrtacilbtr, ni1 li lor be fle of r.rfk. giftm H'M .11 't thins, ou i lh" lirm r No nonce n ii 'rm :Ue. u .r.ei'U Inn, id,! ulit Wnnlrtn imi .... . mrr,i nSorJ I. n.Urt cc6sp. KOI! .ilf'ir(r ..li. 1: SAI.K: Mr. J. Foil Seed Unrlcv nml Itye. 11. Pruitl. Alarksbury. MM RLUliLollAl, , 1 1 r SAI.K: One hundred nml fifty btishcles of (rood stcd rje. Walton Mos. FOH SAI.K One coining twujetr old mule, also one tfood I. rood mure that wil' work anywhere. J. A. Conn, Jr. Kor Hed ilerkshirej V. II. Hoover. j boar; senior yearling. Nicholasville. Ky. FOR SAI.K I have some Itnrvcuj Klne seed wheat for sale (J. C. ' Woods, Mnnsc, Ky, FOH SALE; 2lJ bushel of Itye. Ftlcu right. Phone H71-U. II. Hendren. l.nncastcr Ky. at 10 a. m sharp, we will offer for sale to the highest bidder, the W. L. Moore farm known as Gillispie farm about two miles North West of Paint Lick on the Gillispie pike. THIS FARM HAS 164 ACRES OF GOOD LAND, HOUSE, BARNS, OUT BUILDINGS. YOUNG ORCHARD Strayed miles, on Richmond rr Stolen; 760 weight about information. from my place 2t pike, rud steer, j pounds. Reward for Ed and N. II. Price, j I iff Voter I , Mr. Willian Koyiton. one of the best mul colts buyers In the county, baa! recently purchased the following mule colts; On? of Hugh Conn, for $130; one of Sterling Davis for $100: two of Robt Burnsldc for 17o; one of It. F. Champ for $76; one of I.oyd Iiourne for $85 and one of Dvnum Davis for $75. in fct a jam-u- p good farm. After the farm sale we will offer all stock and tools. "Strenua Inertia." IInriiri Micnks nf this stiitc of iiilnil which wo 111II ni'rniiiiess mul which' s, nml I we consider peculiar to describes It by felicitous limiKe itsl IniTllii" strenuous Inertia f "utrenuii agitation, vnlii unci InotToejlvi-- , nt- wny wmitlin: MinifthliiK yet epcedlly new. not moat arnf a Three cows; 3 white face heifers, bred; 2 yearling heifers; 4 yearling calves; 30 hogs; work horses; marcs and colts. All farniirg tools, wagons; plows; drill; cultivators; harrows; corn; hay and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. lioliver Bond, Auctioneer. If you wish a business and. rcnlly l;nwln(r what,tiring ilostrt' dently gnitltlwl. Ferrero. political administration of not a rieiiNint. imun telephone the :your County affairs, vote for j DD It Was Too Blp. Tex., h- olorcii At Mount ofpublic came Intn fice nml Insisted I lint some one Min'i' 1 talk for Id in. I'ikjii belnii told tlml hi would Iinre to l his own tulUii. the telephone, tool; il"t ' the receiver mid, nfter turning H oci two or three times nml cxiniiltiln;: U enrefully, Hlil; "I'o-Ah ilnn'i U'hY" All kin (let tint 1I11I1 t'lnic In mull iiioiii.' Interstate Realty Paul Finch, Manager. ruytttina Our Faults. when We illhil.v forci'l our fuult lliey nre known mil) to ourselves. Co HiiB - FOR - COUHTY JUDGE He Also Stands For Bet-ter Roads. Swset Home." nr K 01 Hi'' popular '. Had a Pull. S.'.cct lloni.'." were wrl'ti "lion. lolfe Hot hl 'ae .In..!h, John lUnvunl I'u.Mie. till Ani'Tli.i. mi' he' deud so ipilrk. Ihi rotiui. neioiv ftlio urn. iMirn In !New Cwnrlily HIimi.' be muvt hov bml n Vol 1. 1 r I . nml illisl In Africa In pull Will de liiKirmiei" efimpuny. itmi never hail niinli or n home Ttw uiu-- U wh written by Sli Courage. hop, 1111 KiikIMi eoiuier. lluir) Teniiclty of will, or willfulness, He mul died In 165.", b" In. 111 In d nt the root of nil roiliUKe. hut courugu the mius In mi opem Thirl." The koiic wio. poiiuhir etui rlw lnli true iifmlliic only when In Knuluiid before It wna ever beiinl the will l Miireiiilereil, mid the more nb.oliite the Mirreinler of the will Ihe In the I'nlteil Slutes, more l rfi I "III l tin- - temper of our , coiiiiiki' mi'l the Fitinu'lh of our iiimi-Reason for u lines. KxchmiD'. Ik reiill.v upoiui'iieV isiiiiinii'ii".s of his U.pu Imnnrl.fll . l..lli li'iii-l....w ... ... . ...r-- T " y Amil J.IMTI. w ..f lit..- '. of Ibl- fuel will j clenr iniiUlTtuliilliiK Tbey iiy Ibnl everMhlm: one teur,ns It l - the pioblin. help lo simplifya ymuli M.ps one In mnlmlty. mid., . iK'rfccily. clear, for Instance, Hint tbef n,u,. you woiihln'J thlnlt nt llmt blush Ik iHiorly isliienleil, who Iihk tuit It would 1I0 11 inlleae ijlrl mi ery 111:111 wlm j .(, UIM ,,n, p, ,ln!.Jiiinp n feet tti'Slccftd bin opinirtmiltleH, who Is tint, who liiekn illMlplllUHl, j inchi, u miIkt Heismd Ihoiiubl f nliu U truly Incompetent 111 priieticmij U,jm.i.c It tilvi her u illstlnet iidian-ni- l illrretlons, 11 nil who Is tat Ihe niue (ujji, over her lens bluhly trulneil wlsierx lime conscious of hi ileflcleucleH, cn- - ,vlell (1L. ,lv ,.om(. nrouml In utter .. Olilu State Journal. lint cxrect to enjoy uny degree-- nf w'f-lf, 1 n.uHdMice. Physical Culture. Vrltei Tin j of "Hume, ARMY Optlir-.Ut.- c They bo prutettwl the wenlitiess r our Infancy tire entllleil to our proteo turn In tin" i' Thought. old 1.::.'. Mule nan t ll'l bh. ED 1000 Five to nine years old. The Cleanly Eel. witter eels nre very eleiilt feed- cm; they tire Muni'tlmc Keen iroppIiiR the Iftiveu of wtilerrreswi nnd other .upiulic pliintc lis they Hunt iibout J de-- . Ibi- - witter; hut they lire lniinon mil el's of spawn or nil Klmls nf lisH' smwu-- . There titv certiiln ltromlM nv. .roimils In the Norfolk where thi vimili iiiid brenin inllect In In the .spriuK. Mit iiumlji'i's to To tli'ise Kroiuiils the celt follow lu bmnhviU. ' Fi-u- Weight, to 1200 pounds. W. 6. BURTON LANCASTER, KY. its mi ludepeudvut Mute twn ilHJs before the PcClumtloll of luilo- pelidence. with 11 conktltullon that ill- low nl inilveiTiil MifTniRe. mate nml without retard to color. Thin eouktlliilloii wits not cliaumd until ilMI, when utiffriik'e was reatrlclwV to males 011 the ulleted Ktotiml that ) women, aa n cl.ias, did not care for It or cierclko It. ' pmlusl First Women Voters. The llrst experiment lu wninnn whs In New .Ierey, whlih kuf-frn- e or- -' ( m mw JJl