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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 23, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918052301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 23, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $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 NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 23. 191 8. RED CROSS DRIVE STARTS Wood Wllmott Cox 4 NUMBER t. fripniiraE r1F1B Jennie Withers, col Pendleton V to raise Red Cross drive in Cnrrard county started ctf whoop last Tuesday morning, teams cunvaslng the county during the day. Chairman W. A, Fnrnnu had made every preparation for the lig drive nnd not a hitch win mnde to make this a record The great Spring Drive is beginning. breaker for this worthy cause. Are you prepared as you should be to The ladles of the county nrc doing splendid work nnd much money Is do your FULL SHARE In feeding the vvorld7 being pledged through their efforts. The money is still pouring in nnd If not, come in and let us put you wise Chairman I'nrnau is confident that to the very latest and most Improved in (iarrnrd will go "over the top" by the end of the drive which is next Labor-Savin- g He earnestly urges Monday night. that all workers continue to work. work, work, until tnc close 01 me Up to going to press campaign. about $5,000 has been secured, which shows a shortuge of $2,000 What if lulmr is srnrco nml high? Willi our Implewhich must nnd will be raised, says Chairman Fnrnau. ments ymi enn more than moke up for this ami tfrenlly It is the Intention of the Central your profit ns well ns your output. Record to print the name nnd Don't delay Come and see us. amount given by every contributor to this great cause, but can only print n few nt a time. The first list ns published below, is ns follows nnd if possible may complete the list in our next issue. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. ; 1.00 Miss Julia Itcid I IE 10.00 Karl Fnrm 10.00 J M. Farra I 10.00 The third Quarterly Meeting will Mrs. Fannie Farrn Phraseology" by "1'olite From 50.00 Geo. I). Robinson Herbert It. Hooter. "Please pass be held at the Methodist church Joe S. Haselden .100.00 next Sunilay. Kev A W. Vnndcr-poo- l tie potatoes." 1.00 of Hubble will preach Sunday Nathan A. Day take Voor-- morning and assist in administering Miss Lena Ilright t.00 It would be tasicr to to the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Jerse Difnn 2.00 czeele nml Foeperinghe than 5.00 Kev. C. II. (ireer. the presiding Kid-e- r, r. W. Williams I renounce them. 1.00 night and Jack Collins will preach Sunday T ie (irrmmii are a musical nation. mo no hold the Quarterly Conference nt iimit.. iin.i.nr Vie trust tliey will enjoy Sousa's W. A. Furnnu 100.00 the close, of the preaching service. L..na when It ilu a in llcrlin. 50.00 Lancaster Milling Co .Mary, quite contrary. W. K. Moss 50.00 The Iteil Cross will l.nve n pie sup-re- r "Mistress growing? J. D. Gulley How is your war garden 50.00 lit I'liint Lick High school, Frt-ca- y "With potatoes it grows, and beans Mr and Mrs Hayden Ltavell.. 5.00 Ktcry hud) intited, night in rowr. 2.00 . George Carpenter R.d Cro Soti.ly Whm Ih. And pretty maids do the hoeing. J. F. Spratt 5.00 Iibr.ll)f. W do "I used to raise shells nnd silver bells A. II. Ilrown, Jr. da mon 10.00 n.. dodgers. want to b. claiird not Hut now I'm n great deal wiser, Bright Herring 10.00 Our war gardens stand an aid to Jim Robinson 10.00 The examination for Iiural Houte our land, R. K. Mcltoberts 50.00 Carrier, will be held nt the School And a help to beat the Kaiser". 50.00 J. I. Hamilton, Saturday, beginning Auditorium, W. 11. 50.00 llurton , r r ptly at t' o'clock, A. M. ready to The lied Cross stands 60.00 Joseph Mrs. Kliiobeth make it second appeal to the gen- Conn Bros, The preildent showed excellent 50.00 erosity of the country, and It is judgement in selecting his secretary 25.00 Judith Humilton to n most favorable hearing. Who could be better fitted 10.00 f unr Prentis Walker There is no organization that has J. W. Miller 5.00 l i.ar.Je doughboys than u Baker? done muh to promote human C D. Tow ell 10.00 Beginning May 20th, the great comfort und relieve human suffering. J. P. Bourne 10.00 Ked Cross feature, "The Hundred Resides caring for our wounded nnd Johr.scn Bros, 10.00 Million Dollar Drive", will be repeat- making life endurable for them dur- Hughes Ilros 10.00 Its management ing their convalescence in the ed by request. V.'. B. Ball, 10.00 and comfortless regions Ed Whltted the patronage of the public. 10.00 of France, it has relieved ami helped Mrs 5.00 Henrietta Raney It is reported that the former czar the hopeless nnd destitute refugees 5.00 J. lUuw ut.j his family Mere forced to mote of Belgium and France. The M. 10.00 Tenter People who hae exper- world knows li'iw well Mu;. 1st. it Ian. per- R. K. Cunn, 10.00 ..... ienced the joys of n.oving will be formed its undertaking. Hus. if 5.00 inclined to auuse the Russian pow-i- :j ever, is n time to givii arci.rdin to J. L. Davis Odus Nnylor 5.00 lint U of cruelty. your means, (5. B. Robinson, 50.00 the $1,000,1)00 increase to be R. C. Schooler. 10.00 by the railroad employes will STRAWBERRY SUPPER. C. .1 Morgan 2.00 - e in handy to meet payments on c 50.00 There will be nn Ice Cream nnd R. Zimmer bonds. There may Strawberry supper nt I'ulnt Lick D. C. Sanders. t m r liberty 10.00 even be a surplus for thrift stamps. school houe Friday evening, 5.i0 nt E. L. Murphy , Led Cross anil Y. M. C. A. 10.00 elgiit o'clock. The proceeds to go Joe Burnslde Kirby Tcattr, 15.00 Mail to be delivered by aeroplano to the lied Cross. I 25.00 J. K. Stormes between Chicago and New York will 5.00 J. T. Oaks SUCCESSFUL SALE. require about eleven hours In trim-m- l. 5.00 J. M. Metcnlf cents It will cost twenty-fou- r The Kemper farm on the LexingS. N. Davis," 50.00 nn ounce. At that a lotc-lc'.t' W. ton pike, was sold last Snturdny by II. nnd S. M. Denny 10.00 wou' 1 be cheep at the price. Swinebroad, the real estate man, J. c. Cos. c.oo The Irish question is nluuy dis- being div.Jcd into three tracts, the Mm. Ida Tinsley 10.00 turbing the English Parliament. purchasers being, Joe I'ollnrd, Odus J. C. Lewis, 10.00 10.00 Just now it takes the form, "Is the N'aylor and Ike Nnylor. The price Albert Dorton,- shillelagh mightier than the sword?" for tl e entire fnrm being $238 nn J. It. House 60.00 acre. Ed Ro 20.00 experience in Charlie Chaplin's Bob Long 50.00 selling Liberty Bonds is said to have 50.00 dec. Hall RED CROSS CHAPTER. left him with un nttnek of nervous : 50.00 The ladies of the Red Cross fur- Jcslah McCulley prostration. Charlie evidently limls Allen Tvater 50.00 liberty bond harder to put across nished u splendid dinner at the John ililey Anion, 80.00 Kemper farm mlv lait Snturdny nnd than custnrd pies. "... 5.00 J esse and Win Sutton reuliied about $250. for their trouj W. S. llettls 5.00 I.loyd George's attitude toward ble. They were highly pltated 'vlth Bourne, 5.00 the world Is very like that of our the results and are deeply grr.tt'ul i'am 10.00 Ufa Is to to the people who supported them s Mm Bourne, own Teddy Roosevelt. W. M. Hatfield 1.00 him n succession of interesting ad- liberally. Cfsvt? Bourne, . 5.00 ventures, and his hut is always ready 6.00 J. II. Bourne for n shy into the ring. NEW MACHINE. O. B. Swinebroad 50.00 i Dr. It is sometimes mighty hard to V. A. Wheeler 5.00 Mr. W. J. Romans bus just closed trace the relationship between cause n contract for one of the latest H. II. Northcott 10.00 and effect, Who would have thought model machines for the Lancaster C. W. Anders 5.00 when the thermometer stayed down Opera House, at a cost of $4,000. S. B. Sanders 25.00 out of sight for days at n time last 10.00 This is said to bo the best machine T. A. Klkin winter that we would pay more for in the state and Mr. Romun is to bo IS. A. Swinebroad, 5.00 Ice this hi miner! 5.00 congratulated upon his enterprise. Fanny Weft, i West 5.00 Mr. Noah vns the lir.t shipbuilder The machine will be cnstullci! in a I Alx Mury- B. Tnylor 25.00 record who worked according to few weeks. Clyde Withers 10.00 specifications. Hut if we may Judgo J. B. Klnnalrd and wife 100.00 his craft by tho models which we STRAWBERRIES 2. T. Rice 10.00 often see in the toy shops it would Secure tS.m before it Is too Ut.. CUs Bairleln 5.00 not in these days liavo answered Can furnish time in CRATES tho L P, Ilrown 10.00 even for a river bout. Ust of this or the first of n.M week. W. B. Mom 30.00 25.00 Dr. J. W. Weber, Chiropodist, tho All berries In STANDARD QUARTS. W. I'. Dishon R. L. Klkin 10.00 kr'felcbs Foot Doctor, has opened FULL MEASURE and GUARAN-THUSpecial 5.00 pries for Red It. L. Barker up r.n officii at the Simpson House. 6.00 Ho has practiced In Kentucky for a Crosr, Church supp.M and Lodges. M. K. Denny M. S. Hatfield 10.00 good muny year: und guarantees to riace yuur crier NOW. Squire J. B. Bourne, WALTON C. MOSS, 10.03 remove nil troubles of the feet. -- Phone 384-F- . John Simpson, 5.00 Consultation and udtlce free. FARMERS Your Attention. OFF FAVORABLY. The $7,000 with n many Albert Ware John Smith P. McGiath Owsley Cox, I. O. O. F. Lodge Cash Knvnnnugh nnd Hudson,.... B.F. Hudson W. C. Hudson Shirley Hudson J. J. Wnlker J. Y. Robinson Lillian Klnnaird Mrs. H. C. Kauffmtn Mrs. Robert Todd Theo Curriy Mr-Jl. Younit Mount, Miss Joun Dudbty. M. II. U. D. Simpson Mrs. Klizabeth Logan Simpicn Mrs. H. C. Hamilton Mrs. Maggie Robinson, Mrs. Alvin Cox Mrs. Harry Anderson,.. Mrs. Jesse Dunn Mrs. W. C.Rigney Mrs. Woods Walker Mrs. Will Dickerson Mrs. Llge Harris Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw, Mrs. K. C. Gaines Dr. W. M. Elliott Mrs. Rclla A. Francis Mrs. Rclla A. Francis' store.. Cnas. Wnlker H. C. Hamilton Coy Sanders, Mrs. V. B. Ball Coleman Gulley Sophia Owens, col., . Cash Mrs. N. McGrath Primary Pupils of Buena Vista School Henry II. I.ane, Miss Jinie Lane, Mrs. Roy Williams Mrs. Lavina Naylor, Mrs. Lula Lar.e, Mrs. Bettie Ruble Joe Hamilton, Mrs. A. T. Scott. J. B. Ruble H. .............. ... 5.00 1.00 5.00 ) 1.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 25.00 1.00 CI 50.00 60.00 (: 23.00 21.00 50.00 50.00 2.00 C) 1 00 2 00 lo.OJ 5.0 I I White Canvas and LADIES Shoes OXFORDS. i AND (:) CHIL-DRENS (!) WAISTS Hi iii DRESSES. Sander's Variety Store. 1 (!) 1.0 '0.00 1.00 25 1. 00 10.00 50 TEACHERS l.fiO Tl-- : WE SELL FOR LESS. Farm Machinery. AND he n TRUSTEES.! Y. M. of the C.'A. WORKERS HERE Conn Brothers. xS 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 20.00 1.00 4.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 10.00 1.00 35 5.00 27.25 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 10.00 1.00 35.00 1.00 10.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 50 50 1.00 25.00 25.00 10.00 25.00 5.00 50.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 5.001 2.00 23.50 J teac'-- rs !;- - tns'.'css of the county nt the c'lrt hour" or Ivr. 1st, cV two o'c'oc'v A hi teachers will be employed for the coming summer nnd fall schools and contracts signed. Mr J. B. Chapman, State Rural School Supervisor, will address the meeting. DATES RESERVED. Two big 'Auction Sales by Swinebroad, the Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. Saturday, June 8th, two Boylo County Farms, three miles from Danville, 172 acres and 143 acres, adjoining, nnd n lot of fine stock. Saturday, June 22nd, 2S0 acres Garrard county, 4 miles from Lancaster, also a lot of fine stock. These farms will be These sales will bs "BIG ONES" and will draw large crowds. Watch fcr Advertisement. Mcssri 0. M. A ams r.nJ Ge- - W. Jrh.s. i.. if t f Cruip '.aylcr Y. It. C. A., '..erj ir. t c city !r i TucsJay s ..c'.t.ng rjcitrtj for i.vjrsea ..orlc I;.--. Jcr F. Price has in the i.r- -; volunteered for this service and has been excused by the local baard t take up this work. He has made a formal application and if accepted he will probably sail in the next four weeks. Joe is a fine young man nnd his services In this line of wcrl: should prove He was vnluable. heartily endorsed by the locul committee here, composed of H, S. Hudson, G. B. Swinebroad "hnd R. L. Elkin. ALL YOUTHS WHO BECOME OF AGE MUST REGISTER. ........ The President has approved the act of Congress, bringing under the army draft law all men attaining the age of 21 years since the first registration day, June 5th, 1917, and has issued a proclamation formally fixing June 5th. next, ns the date for new tligibles to appear before their local boards. All male persons whether citizens or not, nre required to register. Exemptions under the original act, including men .already in the military service, nply, and to. these the new law adds ministerial and medical students now pursuing their studies. Tjie President's proclamation quotes the law and gives notice to all persons subject to It in the States and the District cf Columbia to a -pear for registration on Jum 5th, between the hours cf 7 a. m., and 0 p. m. State Governors end members of local boards nre cr.lloJ upon to perform the duties nlready assigned to them. All persons who have become 21 years of age since June 5th, lf17, tre ordered to report nt the Circuit Court room at Lancaster, on above cat;, where their registration cards v.i.l be issued under the supervision of t.ie Garrard County Selective Service Board. irt si. NARROW ESCAPE. W. I). Pryor .... i. Miss Shelby Mason Ed Dougherty Klnnalrd Bros. J. U Gill B. F. Kelly Mrs. Pearl Gulley, Mrs. Rose Mason, Mrs. Jack Collins J. W. Smith Mrs. W. B. Burton Frank Conn, W. H. Rogers, Mrs. R. J. Lewis P.. J. Lewis John Black W. M. Simpson J. M. Craig Mrr. G. M. Patterson Kd Gaines Mrs. J. A. Royston Miss Minnie Brown, Miss Dolly Miller Offering at depot by of soldiers. William, the bright son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carrier, had n narrow escape from instant . 1.. death last Saturday afternoon, near the home of Mr. S. B. Sanders on the Danville pike. The little fellow was riding on the tongue of c large land roller cr rather what is known ns a nnd lost his balance and fell, the heavy implc-mcn- t, weighing about 1000 pounds running over him. His ten year old brother was driving the team nt the time and stopped immediately when he saw his little brother fall, but unfortunately he stopped with the machine directly on the lad and only by the quick assistance of Mr. Carrier, knowing that he could not lift the heavy load, drove the team un quickly. The soft condition of the soil saved the little fellows life and he escaped with n broken jaw ana several teeth knocked out. He Is doing nicely now and will soon be himself again. .... .. friends .... Nothing matters in this world UNTIL JUSTICE AND HUMANITY PREVAIL. GIVE liberally to the Red Crois. MtMaMC()Mvca()CMaa()taaMSCMMMMMtcMMCta RED CROSS MEETING AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM TENDED. WELL AT- For $20. We will Equip Your Ford WITH ... .. ..... .... ............ ...... The Red Cross meeting held nt the kchool auditorium last Sunday night brought out one of the largest crowds teen in the building for some time. Many coming from some distance to hear Private Evans, who has been "over there" and Senator George G. Speers, who made the opening address, being introduced by Hon. G. B. Swinebroad, who actof the meeting. ed as chairman Great credit is given the local Campaign Munager, Sir. W. A. Farnuu, for the delightful program rendered und enjoyed by nil. Senator Speers made n rousing speech nnd applauded, emphasing was heartily supthe Importance of our liberal port of the Red Cross if we hope to carry the work to n successful end. Private Evans told in u straight forward manner and with .much earnestness the necessity of supporting the Red Cross und told of the splendid work this worthy organization Is doing on the fields cf France today. He bitterly denounced, in scathing terms, the "conscientious objector" and what he said lie would like to do to them, was a plenty. The prolonged applause which followed this excoriation, Indicated that the crowd endorsed every word he said. Many patriotic songs were sung by the choir and a solo by very added Swinebroad, George materially to the entertainment of the eveniuV. I DEMOUNTABLE WHEELS and furnish a Spare Wheel and Special ent Wheel Carrier. Pat- Change your Tires In FOUR MINUTES. Simplicity Demountable Outfits. ' Kinnaiid Bros. Phone. 66. - LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday, May 23. 191 8. STANFORD Mrs. Frank ThUlips spent a few days In Lancaster, with her mother, Mrs. Emma Daniels. j Mrs. Lucy Beailey who has been sick fcr several days is thought to J be somewhat Improved, Miss Dodo Bourne has returned to her home In Lancaster, after visit to her sister, Mrs. Warner. Stith T. Noe, of Columbus, Ohio, who is In Cucle Sam, Is at home for n few dnys with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Noe. Mits Nell Dempster, who taught domestic science in the Stanford graded and High school, has return ed to her home at Glendean. Edwin Cooper, of Leltchfield 111., is here to see his father, County Clerk G. B. Cooper, who Is some' what improved. Mrs. W, A. Tribble and daughter, Dorothy, have returned home after in Call spending several months forma and Texas. They both re port a glorious trip. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Mcltob- crts, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas M. Phil lipslips and Mrs. Anne VanArsdale spent Sunday in Lancaster with Mr, and Mrs. J. I!. Mount. spent Anderson, Mi.s Elizabeth Sunday in Lancaster.at her home. She was accompanied back to this city Monday, by her sister, Miss Patsy, who will be her guest for a few days. Miss Audrey Iiedmon, of Nash ville, Tenn., is here in charge of the Western Union Telegraph business in the absence of Stewart Carson who is at Hichmond with his wife, who remains ill, Mrs. C. It. Coleman, who had the misfortune to fall on the ice In the winter and break one of her limbs, Is now able to ride around in a bug gy. Her many friends arc delight' ed to see her looking so well. The Local Board has notified 51 more of Lincoln county's young men to report for military duty this week. Sixteen left Tuesday for Fort Thomas and Saturday 35 will leave for Camp Zachary Taylor. Miss Lettie Walker McKinney who has been attending the D. and D. School at Morgantown X. C, has returned home. She completed her course with high honors and has al ready secured a position in Neb Allen, Hathawoy and Wesley Hill colored, were arrested and tried here last week on the charge of bringing more whiskey into this city than the law allows them, but when they de clared that it was for their own per tonal use, were acquitted. Miss Mar' Wade, sister of Mrs. P. I.. Bruce, is quite ill at the home of her sister. Miss Carrie Wade, of Spring Hill, Tenn., Miss Lucile Du Bose, of St. Louis, .Mo., Mrs. A. C. Barrow, of Lynchburg, Vu., and Dr, II. W. DuBose, of Mobile, Ala., are here at her bedside. .Mrs. Emma White, wife of W. I' White, of the Preachersville section, died Sunday after an illness of ev era! months. Deceased was about 55 years of age ami a woman of sterling character and will be great ly missed in the community in which she did so much good. She leaves a husband and several children and sister, Mrs. J. B. Mershon, of Somerset. Interment occurred in the Goshen cemetery, Tuesday. Normal, spent the week-en- d home folks. Phon Walten Mo,, for a with end with her mother, Mrs. Parsons, near Good Hope. Mr. John Colson sold to Mr. Joe raU of Hammonds, some nice 14;! pound Strawb.rrl.,. If -- n't eTi Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins shoats for 17 visited his parents. Mr. and Vrt W. Master Burnard Klncaid of Cor-biM. Jenkins, ThursJay. Is visiting his grand-parentMrs. Henley Whlttnker and ehll. .Mr, and Mrs. Will Smith. drcn, spent Saturday with Mrs. W. Lackey spent the Mlis Lucile week-en- d II. Gulley, and family. with Misses Docla and Mr, and Mrs. T. O. Hill, Mr. J. N. Christine Metcalf, at Lancaster. Tenter, Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jen. Misses Linda Sanders and llernlce kins spent Sunday In Crab Orchard. Broaddus of Teatersville, spent n The Ladles Missionary Society week with Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hill. met Thursday afternoon with the Mr. and Mrs, Snm Lackey of near addition of three new members. The ltichmond, spent the night with Mr. next meeting will be held June 13th, W. B. lackey and family, last week. , with Miss Emma Smith as leader. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. McWhorter of Paint Lick, spent Sunday with their son, Mr. nnd Mrs. Emory McWhor- Stop the "Snuffles" If you want to make your distressed babies easy and comfortable, five Foley's Honey and Tor. Il Is utt what they ought la hare for IcTtrUh colds, coughs, "snuffles," and arbeeijr breathing. It slops croup, too. Foley's Hooey and Tar tastes food the little ones like it, Il contain aad no morphine, chloroform or other dru that tou wouldn't like lo (We to young, children. Do not accept a substitute. Hra. II. II. (Vmt, ScaooltaU, Vi, rlm My sb w.. trlcha wlia a ronah aim lea loblMa wJJ al ttm momib U I Heat av0 of f II wrlr tfiJ help! 7 ,1 rw'ty baMi't Scare aa4 tun. Ila Saaa ales, s ear alaca, Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother call, "Hiscuits for Ureal; fast!" Col !,' l.e mr ,, ter. Mrs. Kay Lackey, of Kansas City Mo., spent n few days the first of the week with Mrs. W. H . Lackey and family. Miss Mary llarr and Mr. Tom O'Henrn surprised their friends by driving to ltichmond last week nnd getting mnrried. Mr. Sam Kelly and family and Mrs. Calvin Rogers and Mr. Tom Kelly's family went to Lexington, Inst week, shopping. Mr. .Monk Ilogers, nnd son, Calvin, went to Camp Taylor, Saturday to sec his son Leonard, who leaves for Georgia, real soon. Theo and Cecil McWhorter, nre spending a few days with their grand-parentMr. nnd Mrs. E. C. McWhorter at Paint Lick. Mr. John Anderson, Zack Hester, Henry Sanders and Emory McWhorter donated n ham for the Bed Cross dinner at Mr. Hamilton's sale, on We're Mire there's a treat that can't he heat m store light, tender biscuits for us toastv brown and all milled up For mother is sure with goodness Calumet. ot her hakinc nowder ! ff King's forCouhs s Golds Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated? Dr.Kinj sNewLife Pillscausea healthy flow of Bile nd rid your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting body poisons. They are a Tonic to your Stomach and Liver and tone the Erceral system. First dose relieves. Get a bottle today. all druggists. Br What you nant Is quick relief. iTcrr'a a fifty year old remedy that lus proven beneficial for millions. Trv it yourself. STOItMKS DRUUG STOKE. CARTERS VILLE. Miss Eva Merryman visited Mn Cora ltoop, Thursday night. Mr. JetT Davis and children visited Mr. and Mrs J. T. Allen, last Sunday. Phon Walton Mo,, for a crate of Strawberries. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. P.oop visited friends below Lancaster last Sun- She never disappoints us because CALUMET It's dependable. iry u. always the same BAKING POWDER never disappoints her. U. Results the best. POINT LEAVELL. Calumet contain! only i uch Ingre dients as have been approved officially by,tlie U.S.Food Authorities. You Save When You Bay It. You Save When You Use It. UirUCCTQUAUT? lllUllLavJ IC AKINGPC t AWARDS Henry Sanders sold to Mr. J. W. Tntem, four shoats for 20 cents. Miss Brunettn Arnold will close last Saturday. her school at West Point Wednesday Mr. Joe Hammonds made n busi ness trip to Knox county last week. Miss Eva Merryman Is at home after closing her school at Miss Fnnn'c Dowden spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Edd Scale, at ONE ROP CHICAGO Lancaster. Mr. John It. Merryman is expect ed home for n few days visit before going to Camp. Miss Fannie Dowden closed a successful school at Stony Point, on latt Friday. Mrs. Tom Hurt, spent the week- - water cores sou. !re,enla cholera, ilUrrbnea andulbercblck dlieae. One Mc bottle make. 12 r a lion, ot medlclse At all Jrutrl.te. hamiJe and booklet on "1)1. oa eae.of Kuwl." aent Haselden B01R80N rOLlTBY CUE down a chick's throat cure. Saia, A tew drop, la tbe Of R,, talna, I; Brothers. Ca. day night. Mrs. Alfred Steward nnd children visited her brother, Mr. Elmer Wool-win- e, last Monday. Mrs. Clay Conn and children visited her pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. Pal Ballard, of Wnltareton, last Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington, and children, visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. S. lioop, Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr ami Mrs. John Jackson, and j children of llcrra, visited her sister, Mrs. Ernest Gabbnrd last Saturdny night and Sunday, , j Mr and Mrs. J. T. Allen gave a I family reunion Sunday, in honor of I their ion Bunlette, who has been called to service at Fort Thomas. There were 12 children, 32 grand children, and Vine great grand child, nnd 4 children and 23 itrand-chlMu who were not present. Burdrtte la n bright nnd noble young man, and this home has been made sad by his leaving, but loved ones and friends, wish him God speed on his Journey, and n safe return to his aged parents Farmers Attention YOU WILL NEED LABOR, YOU . CAN GET CHANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor ChanJter Coupe IT HERE Tell your labor needs to W. H. ROGERS, County Agent. He will supply them for you. Your crops must be saved. You must have labor. You can get it from Mr Rogers. FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR. The Kentucky Council of Defense f that Indigestion If this spring, see our line for we have some jobs that are strictly up-to-da- Buggy te, you expect to buy a at the right price. WE ALSO HANDLE THE GENUINE Your stomach does it ever bother you? That t a Sure shm something' nmrn. I indigestion, constipation, lazy liver, clogged kidneys, impure blood, Nature is warning you, ana you naa better need Nature not only warns us. tin, ntv, vides the remedy. Then, nrm iohf herbal remedies that inall kinds erf indigestion. These have vviiiuincu inia one great nature medicine Via Hepatica, the universal system purifier. L. F. Sweeny, a Nashvlllo traveling man, broke down as a result of the meals he was forced to eat' on tho road. Indigestion and constipation ot the orst kind caused him untold suffering. VI n Hepatica restored him and as he puts It, made him "fit as a nuaie." Vln Hepatica Is surely a matchless Ionic for regulating the bowels and building up the entire system. Try a I bottle on our say so that ft Is a real mcaieinc. R. E. McRoberts. ti choose the Chandler Six quite as much for the which they may drive It on any kind of roads or in any kind of traffic, as for the grace of its body designs, the comfort of Its seats and the beauty of its finish. They choose the Chandler, too, because of its mechanical dependence, Its Thousands of women drive Chandlers, and, even though they may not know the why of its mechanical excellence, they know and appreciate the extraordinaryquali ty of this great car. Chandler body designs offer a pleasing range of selection. Why Women Choose The Chandler deep-cushioned ever-rcadine- WOMEN AMERICAN WIRE FENCE, VULCAN AND last week. BUCKEYE Mrs. Mai Carter was In"Danvil!e, Mr. William Smith bought from Karris Adams, a horse price $140, Miss Linda Locker visited her sis ter, Mrs. Lee Pendleton, Thursday. Little Gretchen Hope Sanders Is I suffering from a broken collar bone. I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Parson spent I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Itono East I Mrs. Nora Teater, Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders were in Lexington I last week. Mist Inez Kay from Richmond OLIVER PLOWS. WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE. SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car, S1S9S Four. Pas icngcr Roadster, S1S9S . Four.Passcngcr Dispatch Car, SI 675 Convertible Sedan, S229S Convertible Coupe, S219S Limousine, S2H9S AH prictt f, o. t. Ctntland) T' Scxcn-Passcng- Come Choose Your Chandler Now KINNAIRD BROS., Lancaster Phone 66. CHANDLER MOTORlCARCOMPANY,' CLEVELAND, Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Ky. OHIO The Central Record, Thursday, May 23, 1918. sons, h does not core tn hnve n light" rd clgurette In hla mouth, Htretrher bearers rnrry fags for wounded Tommies, When n stretcher bearer nrrlvc alongside of n Tommy Ilrltlih armr. fter a period c.f train. who bus horn hit the following comer-ru- t CI1AITKH Ion usunlly takes plnce; Stretcher Inc. Kmrey volunteera for Immediate aerv. lea anl aoon flnde hlmaelt In reel billets bearer "Want n fngt Where are you "somewhere In France," where he flrit makes the acquaintance of tha lilt?" Tommy looks up and answer, (" coolies." "Yes. In the leg." attend hie flret CIlAITHlt III-EAfter dismissal from parade, we church services at tha front while a fler-ma- n Kokker clrclea over tha congregation. to our billet n ml I hml to get command Tea busy Immediately with the dinner CHAITEH trenches and Is under Into the front-lin- e Dinner consisted of Mew mnde fire for the flrat time. learns to adopt from fresh heef, ft couple of spuds, CIIAITEIl the motlo of the lirtiert Tommy, "If you bully beef, Jlncnnnchle ration", nnd waare going to get It, you'll get It, eo never worry." ter plenty of water. There la great In reat billets. Em. cinnpetlllon nmnng the men to spear ClIAITKn Vt-n- ack rev gets hla flret iperlenca aa a mesa with their forks the two lonely potn-toeorderly. learns how the CHAITEIl nrltlah anldlers are fed. After dinner I tried to wash out In the front.llne CHAITKIl VMI-Ila- ck trench, Kmpey sees hla flrat friend of the the dltle with cold water unit a rug, trenchea "go Wret." nnd lenrned nnother tiiiixlm of the mnVea hla flrlt (.ttAITKtl trenches "It enn't he done." I sljly vltlt In a dugout In "Hulcide Ditch." learna what con. wiitched one of the older men from fHAITEll etliutra a "day'a work" In the front-lin- e nnother section, nnd was horrllleil to trench. awe "over tha ce til ii throw Into hla dlxte four or CHAITEIl top' for lha flrat time In a charge on the live double handful of mud. Then he trenchea and la wounded by a jxiured In ome wnter, nnd with hit Oerman baronet tnruai. lolna the "jut-cld- e hnnda Keounil the illile lnlile uiul nut. CHAITEIl club" aa the bomblrur iuad la catted. 1 thought he una tnklrii; nn nuful rlk. Tommy gala an SuiiHinlni; the cook Khould huve neen CHAITEIl XlII-Ea- ch official bath. After half nn hour of unnuc helpa dig an hltnt CHAITEIl XlV-EmreiKful efforta I returned my dlxle to advanced trench under German Are. XV-- On "llatenlng poet" In the ONk fthuck, tirnx careful to put on CHAITEIl No Man'a IamI. artillerymen "put the cover, nnd returned to the billet. CHAITEIl XVI-T- wo one over" on Old I'epper, their regimental commander. haa narrow ea. CHAITEIl XVH-Era- per rape while on patrol duty In No Man'a Land. In reat btllete CHAITEIl XVIH-tla- ck Empey wrllea anl atagra a farca comedy. have many CHAITEIl waya to amuae themaelvea while "on their own." volunteers, for CHAITKIl machine run aernce ana iwi uac the front.llne- trenchea. agatn goes CHAfTEIt- XXI-Em"over the top" In a charge which coat bta company II killed and 11 wounded. with a machine CHAl'TKIl XXII-Tr- i:k gun allencea one bothereome Frits. attack, preCHAPTER XXHI-flerm- an CTTAITKU I Fired by th news of fh. sinking- - of tha Luslranla by a Owrman submarine, Arthur Our Kmpe. an Amen can, leevea hu nffles In Jeraey City and goea to Knsland where ha enllata lnUi. ceded by gaa wave, la repuleed. la force.1 to CHAITEIl XXlV-Emp- ey take part In an eiecutlon aa a member of the nrlng a.juad. 3 If you do thi withKOR-KE- R PUNCTURE-CUR- E (America's Standard Tire Treatment) Yoa can test our claims Terr quickly. Tou'Il know abtoluiilu that rou can stirt en a long rids re rem punt-tu- n worry. SYNOPSIS. prepare for CHAITEIl XXV-llrtt- leh battle of the Botnme. the 111k XXVI-- In a trench raid, CHAITKIl preceding the Ills IMah. Empey la wounded and Ilea uncunacluua In So Han's I.and for M houra. four montha CHAITEIl XXVII-Af- ter tn a llrltlah hoapllal. Empty la dlecharged aa "phyalcally unfit for further war aerv. ice. 3 ir "Over the Top By Aa Amerlctn Soldier Who Went ARTHUR GDY ENPEY Mtcklnt Conn, r Stttln$ lit Front 4 iCuariKkk UK, ar Anker Oar lavS t't- ,itni't r,' Retting Back of the Lines. the cook poked hla hend In the door nnd xhouted: "Hey, Ynnk, come out here nnd clean your dlxle!" ,1 pnteted that I had wnnteil n half-hoon It already, und had uxed up my only ahlrt In the nt tempt. With a link of dl.dnln he ex claimed: "Illnw me, your ahlrtl Why In didn't you ue mud?" Without a wonl In reply I pot buy nlth the mini, nnd noon my dlxte wnt hrlcht nnd lilnlnir. Moat of the ufternoon was apent hy the men wrltlnp letter home, I un d my npiire lime to chop wood for the cook and go with the qunrtcrmnter to draw coal. I put hack Jut In time to our third meal, which conlleI of hot tea, I rinsed out my illxle und returned It to the cookhoue, and went luu k to the hlllet with an exhltarnteil feeling that my dny'a Inhor win done. I had fallen iialeep on the tatraw when once again the cook appenreil In the door of the hlllet with: "ltllme me, yon Ynnk are laiy. Who In to draw the water for the mornlu" ten! f)o you think I'm to? Well, I'm not," nnd he left, I filled the dlxle with wnter from an old squeaking well, and once again lay down In the trnw. aoon Pretty apej) Continued from Inst week. lue The Best Coat for Yoxxr House Do you choose the coat for your house as carefully as you choose the coat for your back? Your house, like your body, must be protected' from the weather if It Is not to suffer from sudden changes. When you buy a coat for yourself, you carefully select the material, note how it's made, how it looks, how it's going to wear. Be as particular about the coat of paint you buy for your house. CHAPTER VII. Ratlona. dozing off; Mr. Iinre Corporal hutted In. In Tommy's ejes a Innee corporal Is ono degree below a private. In the corporal's eyes he Is one degree nhove n general. He ordered me to go with him nnd help him draw the next day's rations, ulo told me to take my waterproof. livery evening, from ench platoon or machine-gu-n section, a hiuce corporal and private go to the quartermaster sergeant nt the company stores nnd draw- - rations for the following day. The "quarter," ns the quartermaster sergeant Is culled, receives dully from I he orderly room (captain's otllce) n d lip showing the number of men to rations, so there. Is no chanco of putting uuythlng over on hi in. Many nrguinents lake place between the "quarter" nnd the platoon nonconi, hut the former always wins out. Tommy ays the "quarter" got his Job because he was u burglar In civil life. Then I spread the waterproof sheet on the ground, while the quartermaster's batman dumped the rations on It. The forponil was smoking u fag. I rarrled the rations bark to the billet. The corporal was still smoking u fag. How I envied him. Hut when the Issue rommenced my envy died, nnd I real-Ize- d that the first requisite of u noncommissioned officer on active service Is diplomacy. There were Id men In our section, nnd they soon formed a emtclrcle around us after the corporal runt called out, "Hutloni Bp." The quartermaster sergeant had liven a slip to the corporal on which was written a list of the rations. Sit ting on the floor, using a wooden box as a table, the Issue commenced. On the left of the corporal the rations were piled. They consisted of the following: Six loaves of fresh bread, each loaf of a different size, perhaps one out of the six belug as flat as a pancake, the result of an army service corps man placing a box of bully beef on tt dur , ing transportation, Jut Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d mixed with pure linseed oil gives a handsome, lasting coat for your house a coat that will defy wind, rain, sun, and snow. Any color is obtainable. well-mad- e, Our aim is not merely to make sales, but customers satisfied customers. J E, Stormes and R. E. McRoberts Thrse tins of Jam, one apple and the other two plum. Seventeen Hennuda onions, all different sizes. A piece of cheese In the shape of n wedge. Two tins of butter. A handful of raisins. A tin of biscuits, or as Tommy calls them "Jaw breakers." A bottle of muitard pickles. The "bully beef," spuds, condensed milk, fresh meat, bacon nnd "Mncono-clil- e rations" (n can filled with meat, vegetables and greasy water), had been turned over to the company cook to make n stew for next day's dinner. He also received the tea, sugar, suit, pepper nnd (lour. Scratching his hend, the cnriraru! studied the slip Issued to him by the quarter. Then In a slow, mystified volco he rend out, "No. 1 section, 10 men. Ilrend, braves, sir." He looked puzzled and soliloquized In n musing voire: see, "Sir loaves, nineteen men. that's three In a loaf for fifteen men you'll well, to mnke It even, four of have to muck In on one loaf." The four that got stuck mnde a bowl, but to no avail. The bread was dished out. Pretty soon from a far corner of the billet, three Indignant Tommies accosted the corporal with: "What do you call this, n loaf of bread! Ixwlu more like a sniping plate." The corporal answered: "Well, don't blame me, I didn't bake It; somebody's got to get It, so shut up until I dish out these bllnkln' rations." Then the corporal started on the Jam. "Jam. three tins apple one, plum two. Nineteen men, three tins. Sir In n tin mnkes twelve men for two tins, seven In the remaining tin." He passed around the Jam. nnd there was another riot, Some didn't like apple, while others who received plum were partial to apple. After n while differences were adjusted und the IsMie went on. "Hermudn onions, seventeen." The corporal avoided n row by Faying that he did not want an onion, nnd I said they make your breath smell, so I gueed I would do without one too. The coriHinil linked his gratitude. "Cheese, pounds, two." The coriKtrnl borrowed a Jackknlfe (corporals are nlwnys borrowing), nnd ach slicing bringsliced the cheese ing forth n pert remark from the on- lookers ns to the corporal's eyesight, "Hnl'lns, ounces, eight" lly this time the corporal's nerves had pone west, and In despair he snld that the raisins were to be turned over to the cook for "duff" (plum pudding). This decision elicited n little "grousing." but quiet was finally restored. "Itlscults, tins, one." With his borrow ml Jackknlfe, the cononil opened the tin of biscuits, nnd told everjone to help themselves no body responded to this Invitation. Tommy Is "fed up" with biscuits. 'nutter, tln, two." "Nine In one, ten tn the other. Another rumpus. "Pickles, ruustnrd, bottles, one." Nineteen names were put In a steel helmet, the last one out winning the pickles. On the next Issue there were only 18 names, ns the winner Is elimi nated until every man lu the section has won a bottle. The ruffle Is closely watched, because Tommy Is suspicious when It comes to gambling with his rations. When the Issue Is tlnlshed tho cor poral sits down nnd writes a letter home, asking them If the; cannot get some M. P. (member of parliament) to have him transferred to the Itoyal Flying corps where he won't hate to Issue rations. At the different French estnmlnets in the village and nt the canteens Tom my buys fresh eggs, milk, bread und pastry. Occasionally when he Is flush, he Invests In a tin of pears or apricots. Ills pay Is only a shilling a day, "I cents, or a cent an hour. Juit Imag ine, a cent an hour for being under fire not much cbunce of getting rich out there. When be goes Into the fire trench (front line), Tommy's menu takes a tumble. He curries In his haversuck what the government calls emergency or iron rations. WHiey are not supposed to be opened until Tommy dies of starvation. They consist of one tin of bully beef, four biscuits, n little tin which contains ten, sugar und Oxo rubes (concentrated beef tablets). Them are only to be used when the enemy establishes u curtain of shell fire on the communication trenches, thus preventing the "currying In" of rations, or when In an attack a body of troops bus been cut off from Its base of supplies. The rations are brought up nt night by the company transport. This Is n section of the conipuny In charge of Ihe quartermaster sergeant, composed of men, mules and Umbers wagons), which supplies Tom-my'- s wants while In the front line. They are constantly under shell Are. The rations are unloaded at the entrance to the communication trenches and are "curried In" by men detailed for that purpose. The quartermaster sergeant never goes Into the front-lin- e trench. He doesn't have to, and I have never heard of one volunteering to do so. The company sergeant major aorta the rations and sends them In. Tommy's trench rations consist of all the bully beef he ran eat, biscuits, cheese, tinned butter (sometimes IT men to a tin), Jam or marmalade, and occasionally fresh bread (tea to a loaf). When tt Is passible be gets tea and stew. When things are quiet, nnd Fritz li behaving Ilka a gentleman, which seldom happens. Tommy Iuj the opporta-- ntty of making It's dessert This Is "trench pudding." It Is made from broken biscuits, condensed milk. Jam a little water added, slightly flavored with mud put Into a ennteen nnd cooked over a little spirit stove known as "Tommy's cooker." (A firm In Ullghty widely advertises these cookers ns a necessity for the men In the trenches. Oulllhle people buy them ship them to the Tommies, who. Immediately upon receipt of same throw them over the parniet. Sometimes n Tommy falls for tho nil, and uses the cooker In a dugout tn the disgust and discomfort of the other occupants.) This mess Is stirred up In n tin nnd allowed to simmer over the flames from the cooker until Tommy decides thnt It has rearhed sufficient (gluelike) consistency. He takes his bayonet nnd by means of the handle carries the mess up In the front trench to cool. After It has cooled off he tries to eat It. Generally one or two Tommies In a stomachs und section have cast-irothe tin Is soon emptied. Once I tasted trench pudding, but only once. In addition to the regular ration Issue Tommy uses another channel to enlarge his menu. In the Kngllsh papers a "Lonely Soldier" column Is run. This Is for the soldiers nt the front who are supposed to be without friends or relatives. They write to the papers nnd their names are published. Olrls nnd women In England nnswer them, nnd send out parcels of foodstuffs, cigarettes, candy, etc. I have known n "lonely" soldier to receive ns many as five parcels and eleven letters la one week. CHAPTER VIII. Further Korker la a prtnrvaltm of rubbir and will give your tubes mrttoia life. w have analytical chemlat's reports to this effect and our own seven rears' teats bealdes. Inner tubes Installed with Korker four years ago are aim In uas. Ttitrt trill bt no Hi Uakt and anl CAaneeooIowoufi. If you want to aaaure yourself that Installing Kor-K- Puncture Cure You can do this ftrmaanttf ualti. Drive a naH Into your lire. Pull tt out and with one revolution of your .Wheel lit fnniturt wtll it ir trial dim qu'uUj. No matte sr,i if. a will ,1 v pa Bt proper, uonauoa ukalfft lira that (rati c hovr. akepUcM o4 can't test, can rati! sloubt fcftU ittSli i f m KM-K- jr r ia mm w. Euattuifi Tut J J. B. SANDERS. Hyattsville, Kentucky. The Little Wooden Cross. After remaining In rest billets for eight days, we received the unwelcome tidings that the next morning w e wotilif "go In" to "take over." At six In the morning our march started and, nfter n long march down the dusty road, we again arrived at reserve billets. I was No. 1 In the lending net of four". The msn on my left was named "Pete Walling," a cheery sort of fellow. He laughed and JokeiP nil the way on the murch, buoying up my drooping spirits. I could not figure out anything attractive In again occupying the front line, but Pete did not seem to mind, said It was nil In n lifetime. My left heel wns blistered from the rub bing of my heavy marching boot. I'ete noticed that I was limping and offered to carry my rifle, hut by this time I had lenrned the ethics of the march In the Itrltlsh army and courteously refused his offer. Wo hnd gotten hnlf-wathrough the communication trench, Pete In my Immediate rear, lie had his hand on my shoulder, ns men In a communication trench have to do to keep In touch with ench other. We had Just climbed over part of the trench when a bnsheil-lIn our rear n man tripped over a loose signal wire, nnd let out an oath. As usual, Pete rushed to his help. To reach the fallen man he had to cross part. A bullet cracked this bashed-lIn the nlr and I ducked. Then a moan from the rear. My heart stood still. I went bock nnd Pete was lying on the ground. Ity the aid of my floshllght I saw that he had his hand pressed to his right breast. The fingers were covered with blood. I flashed the light on his face nnd In Its glow a grayish-blu- e color was stealing over his countenance. Pete looked up at me nnd snld: "Well, Tank, they've done me In. I can feel myself going West." His voice wns getting fainter and I had to kneel down to get his words. Then he gave me a message to write home to his mother and his sweetheart, and I, like n great big boob, cried like n baby, I was losing my first friend of the trenches. Word wns passed to the rear for a He died before It arrived. stretcher. Two of us put the body on the stretcher and carried It to the nearest first-aiot, where the doctor took nn official record of Pete's name, number, rank nnd regiment from his Identity disk, this to be used In the casualty lists nnd notification to his family. We left Pete there, but It broke our hearts to do n). The doctor Informed us that we could bury him the next morning. That afternoon five of the boys of our section, myself Included, -went tn the little ruined village In the rear and from the deserted gardens of the French chateaux gathered grass nnd flowers. From these we made a wreath. While the boys were making this wreath, I sat under a npplo tree and carved out the follow-In- g verses on a little wooden shield which we nailed on Pete's cross. Clod; trua to Prltaln, Doing hla duly to tha last. Just one mora name to be written On tha Itoll of Honor of heroes passed Distributor for Garrard County. Blooded Stock Raise Better Stock and Jleip Win the War "American Chester" 6860. COMBINED HOP.SE 4 47-- Kel sorrel, four white feet, 15.3 hands, o5r years old and absolutely sound. Sired by Chester Chief 1129, he by Chester Dare 10. Dam American Maid 12086.. by American Eagle 2034, he by Rex Squirrel 2nd. 2053. This horse possesses the style of the Chester Dare family, with good bone and short back and an attractive looking horse. 'MAJOR HEARNE" A high class good head, neck and ear. Urge foot and bone with good length and broad Jack five years old, standard color, black with white points, breast ed. This Jack is a prompt performer and a sure breeder, and sires a high class type of mule ot uniform size. This stock is young, fresh and ready. They will make the season of 1918 at' my stable six miles from Lsn:aster and three miles from Dryantsville near the Lexington pike on the Rout lane below the Fork church at Markbury at The Old Price of vi ""l'"l'St. $10.00 Each to Insure a Living Colt.' Bryantsville Phone Will also stand n high grade Her- L,,,... t,. fir,l Pnll .ml Plnn,l China Bear at $1. cash each, with the usual crturn privilege. Thcne 47-Bryantsville Exchange. ' Lien retained on colt until season is paid. tBBBBBLSiBejeBBBBBT Robt. R. Fox,' route Lancaster, Ky. KING MONROE, 4099 Brown Stallion with three white feet 15 hands high, will weigh 1)00 pounds, has long fine neck, fine head set on high nice thin withers, good abort back with as good u tail as ever was on a horse, good bone and good feet. Kei McDonald MJI flies PeouarkrtlO. I I l I I I .. 1 C'rlsler Peninark Black xiiulrrel is Mar (lalnea lieoinark SI o a) ao lies Monroe licCl Lucr Mack iiw. rlleriOKgfiC , True to hla 2 S3 o u B o iLou .... Deunurk Lottla liuckmen lu 9uinter Denmark CC IrandjMambrluo lls (llUcl LeGrald i MamLrlno Le Urand w I Simpler DtiuniatklU Klecirle Kluek Dlaaioud Dan co eui Dau. Diamond. Jr. . KIN'U MONROE has as much st)le speed and uctlon as any saddle horse living. It can be seen that this horse belongs to the guatest family of the saddle horse being a real Denmark. You can make no mistake Study his pedigree and be convinced. by breeding to this horse, lie will get J on saddle horses of the highest Every Next morning the whole section went type. Never was the fine saddle horse as scarce nor more in demand. over to say good-bto Pete, nnd laid man should breed his mares and breed them to the best, away to rest. him KING MONROE will make the preaent season at my barn at After each one had a look at the face, of the dead, a corporal of the It, A. Living Colt. $15. To M. C sewed up the remains In a blanket Then placing two heavy nines Will also stand two good at for across the stretcher (to be used In low ering the body Into the grave), we liftand $8. for horse colt. ed Tete onto tbe stretcher, and - revAll of the above stuck will make the seaien at my farm on the Gilliipi erently covered him with a large union piku threa miles from I'aint Lick and two miles frum Ilsckley, Jack, the flag he had died tor. The chaplain led tha way, then cams the officers of the section, fallowed by twe ut tha men carrying a wresth. Immediately alter cast poor Fete on Us Tasaed to their Oo.l. enshrined In glory, Knterlng Ufa of 'eternal reat. One mora chapter In England's storr Of her sons doing their beat 2 I I i Rest, you sol Her, mate ao true. Never forgotten by ua below: Know that we ore thinking of you. Era to our rest we are bidden to go. Insure a Jacks $10. marecolt N. W. ROGERS. The Central Record, Thursday, May 23 1918. The Central Record INCORPORATED. I1.0O ssuED, Weekly. a year. J. . ROBINSON. Editor. R.L ELKIN. nt,rt1 it Iba Local Editor and Miir Kf-- . OAlc In Unontr, Ptconil CImi Mall Milter. rot Uerober Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League, Lancaster, Ky., Mar 23, 1918 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 6.00 1U.00 . "or County Offices 15.00 tor State and District Office 10 For Calls, per line .10 ., For Cards, per line For all publications In the interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views, per ' 10 line 05 obituaries, per line It js.a lamentable fact that thousands of otherwise good, loyal "citizens of this country have never outgrown that boy ish inclination t o want It might be well to remind "George" to do it. They have certain people that the Presi not realized that both them dent is commander-in-chie- f of have the United States forces, and selves and "George" grown to man's stature and that the constitution which we A ciTIZEN assumed man's obligations. are so fond of invoking cloth NOW In fact we as a people have es him with almost absolute OF GARRARD, been lontr accustomed to re power. It is supreme folly to Mr. G, A. Swincbroad who regard with complacency that suppose,that Congi-es.s- , mighty cently sold his farm near Hubble, "That as it is in some matters, can Informs us that he and Mrs. Swine- familiar quotation, which is everybody's business take away one fraction of his broad have now permanently loca is nobody's business," until uthority. That was dele ted in Garrard. We are glad to people the very thought has become gated to him by a higher pow welcome these splendidSwincbroad into Is our community. Mr. a part of our natures. er than any Congress. There now having erected a new tennnt But we are now being rude- is no middle road the Amer- house on the Ferguson farm on the ly aroused to the unpleasant ican citizen who does not give Richmond road and may some day fact that "George" is busy full and obedi build a handsome home on this too busy to assume the obliga- ence to his government in this beautiful farm. tions that we fain would crisis, is an enemy, and should 35 LEFT TUESDAY shirk. He has also a task that be treated as such. is calling for the best that is FOR FORT THOMAS. It is stated there have been in him. In this emergency, A large crowd went to the depot Wall there are but two course left more enlistments from last Tuesday morning to see 35 to us either to bravely shoul- Street families than from any more of pur splendid young men other one class of families in leave for rort Thomas to enter der our load and march with As our ultra- - military training. The boys were the workers, or skirk the res- the country. put in charge of Alex Doty and they ponsibility and be relegated to pacifists were the jolliest bunch, by far, that the rear with the other slack- friends contend that Wall has left for the front. They sang. Street brought on the war, we "Hail, Hail, the Gangs all here",and ers. And what a world of shame suppose it was merely for the brought forth much applause from and disgrace can be compress pleasure of seeing their boys their friends who were assembled to see them off. Many of the boys ed into that word "slacker" shot. were given presents by their friends, With what contempt we have among them being n crate cf straw always' regarded the balky BIG RED CROSS SALE berries, donated by Walton E. Moss, Thirty six more men leave next Sat horse, rearing and plunging NEXT MONDAY. urday for Camp Taylor, the names and fretting himself into a The Red Cross sale advertised to of both increments being published fever just to escape the task of in previous issues of the Record. place drawing a load, the burden of takesquare next Monday on the pubin Lancaster promises to lic which would have been far brine great results. MOTHER CAT less tiresome than his silly, Friends of this great movement NURSING FOUR SQUIRRELS. are urged to bring in something obstinate objections. .nr. Ash lioins who lives near Thus with some, people who from the home or farm and donate town, is the owner of a cat that he hen and it. Farming implements, call themselves good Ameri- chicks, eggs, furniture, pigs, In fact is very proud of, and rightly so, for cans. The load they are ask- anything in this line will be accep- she is now doing "her bit" toward ed to assume would not prove table anil should be given freely. food conservation, by nursing four at all oppressive if taken up Capt. Am Bourne has kindly offered young squirrels which were captured in the woods near the honje of Mr. cheerfully and carried patient- his services to conduct the sale. Goins. ly and bravely. This mother cat had the misfor- GARRARD BOY FORMER tuneof losing several young kittens, It isn't only the German cither by drowning or otherwise. spy, the German sympathizer WINS HONOR FOR CONSPICUOUS and was given the squirrels to conAmeror even the sole her broken heart. The young ican who is doing most to clog rodents take to their adopted moth Capt. J. McKensie Brown, son of the wheels of the great war Mrs. Cleo Brown, of Mt. Vernon, Ins er, like n duck to water, and nil inmachine. The heaviest drag mentioned for conspicuous gnUrntry dications point to their being raisto that machine is the man and devotion to duty by the Eritwh ed to maturity. Mr. Dave Stephens us that who whines for "George" to Admiralty. Capt. Brown was born he also has a cat that istells nursing one In Garrard county and u n son of young do the work that even his own squirrel, with five kittens as Harv;y Bruun, who a side line craven conscience tells him the lato Jameshis and their playful antics was a promtime of at the death he, himself, should do. He is inent attorney at the bin in t'i's eity about the home is watched with much curiosity. not only not a help, but is a Capt. Brown Is a neoncw of Mr. George Brown, of thii county and dead weight becnuse he is RENEWED TESTIMONY. leaving undone that which his has a number of relative nr.. I Xo one in Lancaster who suffers government had every reason friends who will bo pleased to hear of his success at tlw front. A spec- backache, headaches, or distressing to expect ho would do. ial to the Courier Journal from Mt. urinary ills can afford to Ignore this Reader, if you are expecting Vernon snyr, story. Lancaster man's twice-tol"George" to do it, take "The name of Capt. J, McKemie It is confirmed testimony that no "George" is Brown, son of Mrs. Cleo Brown, of Lancaster resident can doubt think. V. C. Davis, tailor, Public Square, busy desperately busy, and this city, has been commended for efficient service In the British navy, says: "homo ago my Kidneys has neither the time nor the being mentioned in a list published were frt a badtime condition. I suffered inclination to take up the bur- recently by the London Dally Tele- with pains across my back and thru den you have so shamefully graph. At the time the notice ap- my loins. My kidneys were irregupeared Capt. Brown was lar in action and I had to get up cast down and abandoned. In the navy, but since has many times at night to pass the kidbeen transferred to the land forces ney secretions. I had considerable If you have any regard for and promoted to the rank of Cap- stooping over to do and I became boys in France, don't tain. The dispatch ns carried in the easily tired and languid. the Doan's write gloomy letters. Keep London Daily Telegraph Is as follows Kidney Tills brought relief and I t. "Temporary J. McKcn-zi- e think they aro n fine kidney medithe clouds out of your corresBrown. R. N. V. It., for con- cine." (Statement given April 22, pondence, and let it breathe spicuous gallantry and devotion to 1912). naught but sunshine and duty throughout the campaign. lie AGAIN PRAISES DOAN'S If doubts assail you, has navigated his ship at high speed, cheer. On November 17, 1910, Mr. Davis keep them to yourself, and night and day, in all weather, with said: "I am always glad to say a give the soldier boy letters marked zeal and determination, lie good word for Doan's Kidney Pills. breathing optimism and con- has at all oftimes set a magnificent When 1 have any symptoms of kidexample courage and initiative. ney trouble, Kidney Pills an fidence. If family cares and The award of the D. S. O. was an- sure to give Dean's me relief." worries beset you, remember nounced on May 11, 1917, without Foster-MiCOc, at all dealers. that his care is infinitely great- - details of service." burn Co., Mfgri., Buffalo, N. V. Your burden is a personal one, while on his brave shoulders rests the cares of a nation. Bright, confident letters from home, breathing of love and confidence in our .cause and in the heroes who arc up holding it, will do' more to win this war than any other agen cy. And gloomy forebodings and wailings will as surely re tard if not defeat us. Your boy should hear none but good news from home unless it be absolutely necessary. Jot that his love and devotion is any less than of old, rather greater. This he is proven by his presence on the battle front. But his one one supreme thought now is to strike with the utmost of his power for the safety and sanctity of his home, and his heart should know no other care. Keep the gloom at home, if they must exist, and send the sunshine to the boys. er than your own. BARH'HEARN. Miss Mary Barr and Mr. T . D. O'Hcarn surprised their friends by motoring to Richmond May 14th, where they were united In the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. II. II. Shulte. The brido Is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Barr, and Is one of Garrard's most efficient Smart Styleful Springtime Blouses At Prices Surprisingly most unusual in those days to got REAL DISTINCTIVE blouses to sell at modest prices. And still just because we delight in doing the unusual have we Blouses of just this kind at prices that are astonishingly small. Why even at a dollar-whi- ch ordinarily now to-c- an buys so much less than it use we sell a well-mad- e Pretty, Pleasing, Waist. At two dollars of course there are more charming Blouses, but the point we want to emphasize is, that you do not have to spend a lot of money to have a lot of pretty waists' that is, if you come here to satisfy your every Blouse requirement. teachers. The groom is son of Mr. Thos. one of Garrard's most promising young farmers, and n young man of sterling worth. The congratulations of their many friends go with them for a long and happy life. O'Hearn, and a Is Small. It is GOOD-LOOKIN- G MAHONEY-O'HEAR- N. Miss Laura Mahoney and Mr. Leo O'Hearn, of Louisville, were united in marriage at the Sacred Heart church, in Louisville, May 8, 1918, Rev. Patrick J. Walsh, officiating. Miss Mahoney is a charming young lady and n daughter of Mrs. Margaret Mahoney, of Louisville, and Is pleasantly remembered here where she resided several years ago, and went to school here.. Mr. O'Hearn Is a son of Mr. Thos. O'Hearn of Marksbury, and is In every way worthy of the prize he has won. have many Both young people friends here who wish them much success and happiness. LA v W'e ore !ole dis- tributors for this city, of ilie Invorcil Welworth nml i Wirtlunor Waists Winsome New Welworth Sale Now. Models on As"always they are priced at $2.00 and J. E. DICKERSON, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. iHOLBERT BASTIN Ltaits To Take Up : LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Training. Holbcrt D. Bastin, junior member of the firm of A. II. Bastin and Son, left last Tuesday night for Louisville where he Is to repoit and will for Orcat entrain Immediately Lakes, III. After thirty days training thtrc, he will be sent to Harvard to take up his studies in wireless Had they picked the telegraphy. town over, no more competent or worthy young man could have been selected than Holbert, and his friends here at home predict that he will make good in the branch that he has chosen to fight the Kaiser. Mr. Henley V. IJastin has taken over his brothers interest in the business at the lumber yards and of course will bo glad to serve this firms old customers and will make every endeavor to please them. BRAY-ER- pro-Germ- BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. I . INMNHMttHMHIl Dt33 d an-pth- er RED CROSS SALE Next at 2 p. FARMING Z I Monday IMPLEMENTS, Afternoon STOCK, m on Public Square in Lancaster. There will be a public sale, at auction, or a lot of POULTRY, Produce and any number of articles which will be donated by the good people of Garrard County. The entire proceeds of the sale to go to the RED CROSS. Donations or any character will be gladly accepted for this sale. Bring them in early. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. W. A: FARNAU, Mgr. Red Cross War Fund, l- millMIMHIMMIHIIIIMMMHItH The Central Record, Thursday, May 23. I 9J 8. spending Miss Eva Phelps has returned from her home at East Bernstadt, and taken up her duties at the telephone exchange. 5 COMMISSIONER'S Two Horse Corn Drills and John Deere Gossip About Cultivators S50. Each People J 1 1 S50.00 Oliver John Deere Mowers $77.50, Malta Double Shovels $4.75. Disk Harrows $50.00 Smoothing Hnrrows J2.'l. House 1'nint SH.fll) per gallon. Nnllonnl Fence I foot. (SOc rod. American v'g Mr. Ashley Swopc is several days In Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Will Embry were visitors In Lexington, the past week. Mrs. Isabella Hamm, of Madison county, is visiting her daughter Mrs. L. J. San ford. A GoinjThoisWtslnUttilunnj Erlf Mtntlon o( the Cotr.lnci snd J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. Mrs. Joe Francis was in Lexington, Monday on business. ' .Miss Tannic Dowilen of Paint Lick, was the week-enguest of Mrs. K.I.I Scale. f. S. 1j HATFIEbD, j $i Miss Emma Doty left yniterJny for Louisville to visit her sister, Mrs G. T. Regard. Mr. II. C. Hose has returned from n pleasant visit to relatives in Indianapolis. Mr. Robert Arnold of State Univ-ersitwas the guest of Mr. Allen Johnun, Sunday. Miss Minnie a week-end Mac Robinson, was visiter of Miss Kettle btinciistcr, Ky. Perry, n Richmond. Mr. Willie Mac Elliott of Trnns-ylvnn- ln University, spent the weekend with home folks. Mrs. Otis liny Bogie was a of .Mrs. Adolph Beailcy and Buelah Ileailey, Friday. uest Miss 1 Drt riUHl INO 1 IN IBuggies 1 S Mr. and Mrs. Joe Francis spent Sunday in Kicholasrlllc with Mr. an. I Mrs. Andrew Hemphill. Misfes Helen and Martha (.ill and Mrs. Kmma Higginbotham were viv itors in Danville Monday. Miss Joan Mount left Monday for n visit to friends and relatives in Frankfort and Lagrange. THAT GIVE SATISFACTION. 1M g g p VS ? mni iiMiiWHi,Hwm Thornhill Wagons. Harness CAN BUY. RUN LIGHTER. LAST LONGER. Private Evans of Camp Taj lor, was entertained Sunday night, by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Farnau. Mr. ami Mrs. Banks Hudson of Danville, were guests of Mr. and W. A. Farnau, Sunday. Mrs. THE I'.EST THAT MONEY ANYONE CAN RUN THEM AT LITTLE COST. Gasoline Engines RIGHT Mrs. J. T. Purdy and son, J. Lewis Doty, of Millcrsburg, arc the guests of Misses Jane and Mary Doty. Capt. T. A. Klkin, spent the week end in Lexington, with his daugh ter, Miss Annie Margaret Klkin. .Mr. Kobert (Ion" of Cincinnati has joined his wife for a visit to her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. II. Bastin. ft ? S & fi Brown Riding Cultivators g 5$ AND EVERY ONE PLEASED. RUN THAT OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT FOR WAGONS. BUGGIES AND IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS IS COMPLETE. Repair Department HORSE FORCE? BEST SHOER IN TOWN. rf DOES YOUR Horse ShoeingHAVE WE IS THE $ H $ $ KOKOMO Wire Fence THE KIND. WHEN STAYS Miss Stella Sanders, has returned to Louisville, after a weeks isit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Sanders. .i Mr. Roy H. Beniley is in Somerset, visiting his daughter, MUs Sadie llcazley, who is attending school at that place. Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Ilasclden, nn.l children, spent Sunday in Lexington, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Salem Wallace. who travels Mr. Dick Kennedy, out of Georgia, is expected this week for a visit to his sister, Mrs. V. A. Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and daughter, .Miss Ardella, were guests of Mrs. Lucy A. Turner, of Lexing ton, last Tuesday. Mr. Russell Brown, of Camp Tay lor, spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife, who is hero with her moth er, Mrs. S. D. Cochran. .Mrs. Kdd Sealc, and bright little son, James Darwin, left Wednesday for a ten days visit to her mother, Mrs. Combs, in Owsley county. PUT UP, UP. STEEL AND GALVANIZED. NO SAND HOLES AND IS EASY TO PUT ON. Metal Roofing HAS THE BEST .ON THE MARKET AND AT PRICES THAT WILL MAKE YOU BUY. House Paints. Linseed Oil. LINSEED OILS. Miss Lavlnla Montgomery, who has been at her home In Bryants-vlllis well enough to return to her GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. work at the exchange. William Warren, ct al, Plffs, VS. Miss Patsy Anderson Is In StanMis Ella May McKinney, of Henry Warrrn, et al, Defts. ford, visiting her sister, .Mlis Eliza-btt- h Richmond, has been the Pursuant to a judgement renderattractive Anderson. guest of Miss Sula Tribblc, near ed nt (he .March Term, 1918, the undersigned Commissioner will tell Master Charles Bastin spent Sat- Illattsville, for several days. at public cue! .on before the Court urday in Nicholasvllle, with his aunt, Mosdamet Jack Pcarlc and Maud House Door 1.1 Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'cKck, a. m., on Mrs. Charles Penman. Evans, of Pincvllle, will be week-en- d MONDAY. MAY 27, 1918, guests of Miss Mattic Lutes. They Mr. Itobert Todd, of Chicago, is it being the first day of have recently been visiting Rev. and County Court Term, the the Garrard with his wife for a few days at the real cutate home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount. Mrs. Vanderpool, near Hubble. mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird ami son RobBeginning at three notches now Miss Carrie Milter, ami grandmother, Mrs. Hinternlsh, have been ert, and Mr. Shirley Hudson motor- cut in fence in drain and 10 feet Wednesday. They west of a dead doubts hujfccyn, in In Somerset this week, visiting rel- ed to Louisville line to Davis Sutton nnd coiner to will be accompanied home Friday, by the atives. remainder; thence new line to Mrs. Kinnaird, who has been visit- said remainder up said drain or holMr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee and ing her son, Lieut. Virgil Kinnaird low and across a ridge N 37 B pretty children, of Louisville, arc and Sirs. Kinnaird. 12.07 chains, to a point in middle of hollow, that runs from the back end guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. II. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hatfield and of orchard, said point is 14 links N D. Lee. W from a marked mulberry bright children of -- Nlcholasville, CO Mr. anil Mrs Lawrence and were pointer, standing on the N. E. bank Pollard motored ever Sunday of hollow; thence down said hollow and baby of Louisville, are the guests of Dr. and Mir. M. S. Hat- ami with its meanders W 3.03 guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. field. They were accompanied by chains to a stake on West bank and II. D. Lee. his mother, who is now the guest of about 10 feet west of the mouth of a small drain, entering from the Dr. Hatfield and family. west N 23 E 7.10 chains to a markMiss E. Carter, .Miss Nancy Hunn, Mr. John Estcs, of Danville 111., ed black locust standing at mouth Cookie Beck, of Stanford, attended of said South the party given by .Mr. William Lay-to- n motored here last week, and was bank of hollow and on the line to another hollow in the guest for several days of Miss Mrs. Rolinda Hill, and new corner, to Tuesday night. Mattie Estes, and d other Garrard remainder; thence .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carpenter, and county relatives, before leaving for with said Hill, up last named hollow Master J. T. Carpenter, of Lexing- training in the army. Miss Mattic S CS E 4.00 chains to a point on ton, are spending a few days with Kstcs accompanied him as far at South bank S 53 E 0.00 chains to a in middle S 40 E 4.20 chains Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Turner nnd other I)eatcslle, returning home Tues- point point to a at forks of said hollow relatives here. day. and corner to Llsh Forbes, up right hand hollow S 12 W 3.53 chains to Sir. and Mrs. W. B. Ball, are reMr. Kay Williams and Miss Emma a point 10 feet west of middle S 7 ceiving congratulations over the ar- Blunchi, of East Bernstadt, were 2 E 1.85 chains to a point on west rival of a line boy at their home on married in Richmond, last Saturday bank S 29 1 E 2 chains S 45 E4.40 chains to a double black loMonday night. He has been chris- morning, at the home of MK and cust .S 22 E 1,77 chains to a point tened, Clayton. Mrs. J. W. Creech. TJiey were ac- in middle of Lancaster and Buckeye companied by Mr. Win. Muster, Miss Turnpike; corner to Forbes; thence Mr. nnd Mrs. John Montgomery, Margaret Muster, and Miss Mattic with middle of said pike S 7.82 W Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Moore of Cromer. Before going to Richmond 2.07 chains to a point C feet south of middle N 87 W 8 chains to .Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Annnd all were guests of Mrs. Mary Lutes, point about 20 feet north of middle;a derson, spent Sunday with Mr. end Friday evening. thence leaving pike and with Davis Mrs. Ora Moore. Sutton line N 80 W 13.80 chains to Mr. John M. Carpenter, who has the beginning, containing 20.28 Mrs. W. R. Bastin entertained nt I been spending the winter at his win-- I acres. The interest herein ordered sold, a dinner Tuesday evening in honor ter home at St. Clo'id, Fla., is here Ho 'iiting relatives of her brother-in-lacame bv or the land ordered sold, is sold sub.Mr. --Holbert ject to life estate of Zack SimpBastin, who was leaving that night Hendersonsvillc, i to see his son in the land. said for Great Lakes, Illinois. ton, Mr. Oilie '"arivnlcr and wife, The purpose of the sale herein is .:id Mrs. Carpanrer accompanied to benefit and for the interest of Mrs. Adolph Beazley was hostess him here for a visit to h;r taicnts, the infant plaintiffs and defendants nt a well appointed noon-da- y dinner j Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter, a: herein. TERMS. Sunday, complimentary to Mr. and , Preachersville. The sale wi'.l be made on a credit Mrs. James Burton, and Mrs. Sallic of six and twelve months, nnd the purchaser wil: be required to exeBurton, of Madison county, GENEROUS. cute bonds vr:th approved security Serg't R. M. Walter has returned for the purchase price, said bonds Mkt, Mattie Lutes, of the Bastin bearing six ;.jrecnt interest from, to Camp Shelby, Miss., after making Tclepnone Company, has very kind- date until pa d, having the force n short visit to his home people, for ly placed a phone in the woman's and effect of a Judgment upon the last time as he believes they will Club room to be used by them free which executi n may issue, payable soon be leaving for "over there". to W. H. Br.'vn, Master Commisof charge, while their rooms are be- sioner of the Garrard Circuit Mrs. V. A. Lear, and daughters, ing used as the official headquar- Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the Misses Mary Leo anil Nancy Thomas, ters of the Red Cross campaign. purchase money is paid. Mrs. K. Lackey of Kansas City, Mo, W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. and Miss Mary Delcamp motored to FINE BERRIES. R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y for Plffs. Lexington, Saturday and spent the This olTicc is indebted to Mr. day. Walton Moss and Mr. J. R. Mount The Slacker's Lead. Mrs. Ellen Owsley, who has been for some of the finest strawberries "De hinges' load some rnlkj has got in the Hospital in Lexington, for we have Been this season. Mr. Moss ter carry," observed Brother WMIann, some time, has returned to her is offering his berries by the crate "Is a grip full of excuses fer gettln' home here, and her many friends will nt very reasonable prices and is out o' ilnln' de right thins at de right making special prices to Red Cross, time. I'er Instance, ef It's wood-cut-tibe glad to know she is much improvday, dey ain't gut no nx;nn' ef dey Churches and ed In health. got a ax, dey nln't no grindstone ter sharpen It: nnVf de grliiiWniie'K dar, do well's gone dry nn' dt')'s no water ter wet It!" Atlanta Constitution. SALE Jff LAND S g NOT COTTON SEED. BUT THE PUREST OF DR. J. W. WEBER CHIROPODIST COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. W. $ 3C J. Romans Lancaster, 3CZZ3CZ1C Miss Martha Kavanaugh enter- Ky. tained at a dinner Monday evening in honor of Mr. Alex Doty, who left Tuesday for Fort Thomas. Miss Angle Kinnaird has returned home from Indianapolis, where she has been the past year teaching in the State D. and D. School. Mrs. Lula Johnson, and son Allen, spent the week-enIn Lexington, with her daughter. Miss Florence, who is attending Slate University. d OFFICIAL PREST-Q-LIT- E Battery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 191G Overland extra Tiro, starter $350. $175.00. One Ton Trailer, New, Foot Doctor GUARANTEES TO REMOVE Mr. and Mrc. John Underwood and Miss Ella Mae Ilourne, motored to Toku, Ky., Sunday, and were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. David Dunn. Miss Mary Arnold who has been in Cincinnati, for the past several months, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. a, Arnold, at her summer home in Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Henry of Win- Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails and other troubles of the feet without the use of a Knife Consultation chester, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simp-ioand Mrs. William Berry of Lexington, spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Crit Pepper and family, of near Lexington, were over Sunday, to see Mr. and Mrs. A. II. llastin, and son Holbert, who leaves this week, for training. Dr. I). V. Walter, has returned to Mt. Vernon after a weeks visit to his son, Serg't It. M. Walter, who has been here at his home on a furlough from Camp Shelby, n, and Advice FREE. The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN. Proprietor. Walnut Street. 11 Danville, Kentucky. 1' ir iric Office at the Simpson House, Lancaster, Ky. Dr. Weber has practiced in Kentucky for a good many years and has treated some of the' very best families and is highly recommended by them. He has practiced In Rich mond, Paris, Cynthlana, Georgetown, Carlisle and a good many other towns In Kentucky. DC GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, Plaintiff, II. Tomlinson, VS. Robert Jones, Defendant. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at the March Term, 1918, the undersigned Commissioner will cell at public auction before the Court House Door ni Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m. on MONDAY, MAY 27, 1918, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in tne pleadings unit ties- ' as follows: crsd Garrard County, Kentucky, In Preuchcrsville, and bounded as rear Hounded on the follows: South nnd East by the lands of Richard Burgerncr, and on the cast by the lanas cf Albert Church, and on the South by the lands of Arthur Mc-- I Querry and on the North by the land of Squire Pointer, and containing about 150 acres, the Interest I to be sold in the one .undivided one in said land, subject , third inteiest interest of , io the dower Jones, wifo of Wyatt Jones. ine purpose or this sale is to satisfy the debt of the plaintiff, R. II. Tomlinson, which amounts to, principle and interest up to the day of sale to $05.70. with the estimated cost of the action amounting to $70.00. , TERMS. The .sale will be made on a credit cf six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, said bond bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may Issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money Is paid. W. 11. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. II Tomlinson, att'y for PUT, R. The Central Record, Thursday, May 23, 1918. Trivine 5795 Chestnut sorrel. 15h linmls liifili and a fine individual. He will make theenson of 1918 nt my lorn 3J4 miles Lost of Lancaster nnd.2H milts below Hynt(S"ille fit WEEDER REDUCES COST OF LABOR Use of Spike-Toot- h PRICES SOAR Enter contract now for your buildings for the year and $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Harrow Is Thrivine 5795, fired by Rex Peavine. 1790, lie by Rex McDon by Crislers Denmark. aid 833, by Rex Donnimk Dam, Guilty 0950. by Verdict 1621. by Cerro Gordo 1022. by Black Squirrel 58. Will also Practice Not Generally Em- ployed on Farms. WORK DONE IN SHORT TIME at the same time and place stand my big black Jack (known as the Mark Coins Jack) He is 15.1 bands high, good bore and head and a number He will make the season at JAKE trope tan a cultivated Twice ai Often During First Part of Season Weeds Killed by Wholesale During Month of May. one Jack $10.00 TO INSURE A Season due if mare is parted with. LIVING COLT. Care taken to prevent acci dentsjbut not responsible should any occur. FRANK ARNOLD. BLEUCHEH 46158 This well bred and well known showjhojse will make the season of 1918, at my barn at $20. To Insure a Living Colt. It is useless to mention his breeding so well ki.ovwt is he In this community. There is no better bred horse IMng. His type and conformation, his winning of the Champion Road Class and the Champion Class at the Kentucky State Fair Breeding 1'is colls are Places him above any other harness horse in Kcr.tt.cly. tine and sell high when put on the market. W, B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) A farm practice not isetiernlly employed Is the use of the weeder or the spike-toot- h harrow Instead of the usu-one-rocultivator In cultivating crops like corn, cotton ami potatoes. This practice does not Involve bujlnit new Implements. It means only u tllf. fcrent use of those already on many furms, jet It reduces labor cost 40 ier cent and does the Job In one-thirthe time. On cround which Is free from Ktones, clods and trash, n harrow or a weeder can he ued for all but the heaviest cultivating until the crops nre 5 to (1 inches high, and will do the work In one-thir-d the time required by a e Ity using the cultlvntor. larger Implements the cost of cultivation Is reduced from '!' per cent to nhout 20 per cent of the cost of growing the crop, besides releasing valuable farm labor for other work during the busy season. If desired, the crops can he cultivated twice ns often during the first part of the reason. In which rase there will he little hoeing and cultivating to do during haying. In either event the weeds nre killed wholesale In May, Instead of u row at at n time In June. Not a Severe Treatment Driving a weeder or even a harrow-ove- r a young growing crop Is not ns revere treatmenfus would appear. Host crop plants ure tough anil heavily rooted and are not damaged permanently, either by the harrow or the horses. A few plants ure uprooted and there Is some tearing of the larger leaves, but this can he entirely offset by seeding a little more heally than usual. Weeds, on the other hand, are mostly shallow-rooteand are nearly all destroyed. However, the harrow or weeder must 1m used before the weeds exceed an Inch In height In order to be effective. weeds, of course, like quack SAVE 25 per cent or more. Believe us. Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. Sow Soy Beans With Corn. We have a fine lot of Lexington and "Pekin" Soy Beans, New Crop. Sow beans with corn and get a good stand. HUDSON, HUGHES & FARNAIJ Lancaster, Kentucky. John S. Baughman Danville, Ky. grass, Canada thistle and milkweed, cannot be destroyed In t tilt-- manner after they have become well established. Fifty-fou- r five Injury to the stand Is averted by five slanting the teeth of the harrow backward ubout M degrees, although an on excessive slant Is undesirable. When a weeder Is used the teeth directly over the rows nre often removed. ie Hither tool had host he used In the afternoon or on a hot day, when the his plants nre wilted and limp. The period of greati"t dnnger to the stand are coming Is Just ns the plants through the ground, at which tlmo and for n few days thereafter, harrowing Is Inadvisable. A short trial will. whether the Injury Is demonstrate greater than the saving, although one should not lose courage too quickly. Harrow These Crops. Crops which can be harrowed successfully Include corn, cotton, potatoes, field beans, and pens, sugar beets, sorStallion, Foiled May 14, 1012. Chestnut ghum, cane, peanuts, dudan grass, alSired by Rax t'e.vin. No. 1796, by Rex McDonald No. S33, by Rex falfa, sweet clover, wheat, barley, oats and rye. The grain crops ore, harDenmark 840 rowed more to remove wild mustard lit lam Bourbonut No. 9297 (full sitter to Bourbon's Beit) by Bour- and other weeds than for the rnko of cultivation. Special harrows are made bon Chief 976, by H.rrUon Chief 1C0S, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam Judy Oliver G407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. for broadcast alfalfa. Tobacco, cabbage and other trans3rd dam by Wilton't King-- 2197. planted crops, ns well ns young grass and clover seedlngs nnd most truck 4th dam Daughter of Slm'i Clark Chief 2S7S. crops, nre too delicate for this met hint Rowland Peavine It a rich chestnut, with star and anipl stands 15.3 of cultivating. full; weighs 1100 poundsi six years old. As you will sea from the abov Harrowing cannot be expected to give good results unless the surface breeding, he has the blood of the best ahow horses Kentucky has ever pro soil Is In good tilth. The object of You should see this horse before booking your burrowing Is to maintain, not to make, duced, and Is one himself. eaare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fash a seed bed. Kor this reason the prnc-tlc- o U most popular on the lighter loaably bred at the small fee of d types of roll, as these are easily $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. and worked. Very good result Will make the atasoa of 1018 at my stable on East Main street. are secured, however, on henry clay loam rolls, and the practice Is rapidly Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other extending as the requirements become more generally understood. Stiff clay rolls, wet roll and soil on which a hard crust has formed should not be harrowed, as the Implements must be weighted ro heavily that tbey will Injure the crop. years and a half inches high, gaited pony. Will make the season at old, our place, one and a half miles from Danville the Lexington pike, at $10 to insure. This pony pronounced by competent judges to be the class. finest in J!;0Rj & Cultivation by Thla Method Doea Not Conserve Labor. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR Son Phone 1301. Refrigerator V Rowland Peavin? 6053. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF NEW ICEBERGS THE BEST REFRIGERATOR MADE. THE NEW ICEBERG WILL PLEASE YOU IN APPEARANCE, QUALITY AND PRICE. The New Iceburg, as shown here, is guaran-teec- l to give satisfaction. By actual test it preserves food beter and requires at least 3 less ice than any other refrigerator built. Wo are showing them this season in the White Knamel, Porcelain and Zinc lines; in all sizes ranging in price from $10.00 on up to $50.00. 1-- Sapp -- Slatcn Furniture StJCCCSKOUS TO A. K. WIIKEI.KU KIJHNITHUK CO. Co. J. C. 5a'le5? Stanford, Danville's Largest furniture nd Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Thursday. May 23 1918. 7 f CARDS.1 Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Italney Lnncostet Office HAMMACK Miss Zllla Dillon Miss visited Haltie McQuerry. Sunday. Mm. Cole Wardlow viiited her later, Mrs. Heater, last week. Jlr. C. W. 0 raves hns been on the sick list for the past two weeks. Phone Walton Moil for a crate of Strawberries. Mr, Arch Miller nnd family, vis ited relatives at I'reacheriville, Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Parions vis Parsons, ited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sunday. Mnny farmers In this section nrc complaining that their corn Is not HINERflL DIRECTOR coming up. Mr. and Mrs. James Il.illard visit OOlcf Over National Hank. ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woods Residence I'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 Tudor, Sunday. LANCASTER. KY. children, Mr. John Dozicr and made a flying trip to Ilammack, on Sunday morning. Mr. ami Mrs, firecn Sutton nnd Ilammack children, visited E. (!. and wife, Sunday. Mr. Anderson Hall was operated Kentucky, on for appendicitis at Ilcrea College Lick. and is improving nicely. Mr. ami Mrs. Menefee McQucrry visited her father, Mr. John Clark, at Cartrrsvlllc, Sunday. Mr. Charles Dillon nnd wife vis VETERINARIAN. ited at E. R. Hammack'a Sunday, Call. AntwerrJ Promptly Day or as did Mr. nnd Mrs. Lou McQucrry. Mrs. I!. F. l'arsons, who has been Nilht. I'hon. 317. confined to her bed with blood poisKENTUCKY. oning for several months is able to LANCASTER, be out again. Mr. Arthur McQucrry h.n receiv ed word from his son, Jack, that he has railed for France. Jack volunteered to serve his country about Fine Cut Flowers. twelve months ago, at Lexington, and has been located nt Camp Shel John M. McRoberts. by, Miss, for rcveral months. t.Urry Stublr. Kentucky J. A. Beazlev M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Dr. Printus Walker The First Three! they died in France! Grcsham! Enright! Hayl They died for us. And willingly. But not, pray God, in vain. For the sake of them, if for no other reason, will you not give to the Red Cross which will care for the men that follow them? For the sake of what they died for, will you not give and give till the heart says stop? None of us here can give as greatly as they gave and as others are yet to give. But can we not sacrifice ourselves a little? Will you take a little from the comforts of your life and give, not a mere "conscience gift" that salves your pride and lets you say to yourself: "I have given to the Red Cross" but a gift that cuts down into the quick and hurts because it makes you deny yourself? One hundred million dollars is needed now. Remember they gave till they died! Of them we asked their lives; of you only money. Millions of Americans will pledge a part of each month's earnings during June, July, August and Sept. A Honaker W. A. WHEELER DENTIST THIRST of the American Army MT. HEBRON Mr. A. S. Dcane has purchased an automobile. Mrs. Thos. Hicks spent Saturday in Lancaster. Phone Walton Moa, for a crate of Strawbe rriei. closed the Miss Kate Holtzclaw public school at Locust drove on Monday. Mi.j Ruth Montgomery closed n very successful select school nt Sun- nyside, last rridoy. Miss Ijivinn Montiromcrv is able to return to her duties at the Lancaster Exchange, Monday. .Mr. William Onstott bought of Mr. Thos. Tnpp, a calf, price fid, also a calf from another party for 130. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dcnnle Scott and of nnd Walter, sons, Woolford Nicholasville, attended preaching here Sunday. of Bucnn Mrs. Irvin Blakcman Mrs. Vista, was with her mother, William Duncan, Sunday, who remains quite ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. N. Grow of Plpm.nnt Hill, attended trenching here Sunday, nnd were the guests of Mr. Edd firow. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Montgomery and daughter, Margaret, of Frank fort, were with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Montgomery, Sunday. Kev. Edward Lawson of George- here from Fridav until tiiwn. Sunday, nnd filled the appointment! in the absence of Itev. I). . oeuis-tia- n. I.ANCASTEK, Olllce over KENTUCKY. Storm's Drug Store. Hour 12 a.m. 11p.m. BmlartaPhonooraphy TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING f jfllWR.SMITH Il7 TELEGRAPHY BUSINESS la COUEQE frifcl iMrrirH.r. au UTw wii.rn MiTM.Lai.i..y, """J Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting (2.00 worth of hardy plant! and bulba for fall p'anting POSTPAID- - or only II. (w. Write for particulars and Htr.r. KALI. FLOW EK HOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant anil when to plant. What Will You Do To Help? Red Cross 2nd War Fund May 20-2- 7 By hclpint; the starving women and children In Eery cent given to Ked Cross War Fund goes for War Relief. tho ruined districts of Franco and Italy It performs a distinctly military service. A soldier who knows Tho American Red Cross Is tho largest and most that Red Cross Is helping his family rights with efficient organization for the relief of suffering that renewed spirit. tho world has ever seen. Thus does Red Cross help to win the war. It la made up almost entirely of volunteer workCongress authorizes It ers, 10,000,000 unselfish Americana. President Wilson beads It It Is today bringing relief to suffering humanity, Tho War Department audita Its accounts. both military and civil. In every war-torAllied country. Your Army, your Navy, and your Allies enthusiIt Is there to help our soldier boys In tlmo of astically endorse It Twenty-twmillion Americans havo Joined It need. SINGER. THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURG, KY TREES is the time to plant your Orchard, Lawn mid Garden. Our Inriie descriptive catalog of reliable Now J To Help Win The War This Space is Patriotically Donated by l Small Fruits. Shrubs. GraDe, Evergreens, Seed PoAsparagus, Fruitand Shade Trees Haselden Brothers. We Joseph Mercantile Company. Keep Well Do not allow the poisons ot undigested lood to accumulate in your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. Indicestlon, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound Keep your to toliow. system clean, as thousol others do, by ands taking an occasional dose ot the old, reliable, vegetable, lamily liver medicine. tatoes, Strawberries, etc., Is free uponlinquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Aflts H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. Lightning Stattstlca. The lust conductors of lltrtit tiluir. Mnced In tho order of tnwliictlMty, oro: Metals, fan, coke, graphite, win-ilc.nf mils, acids aw! wutrr. The best nonconductors, ending with nearly perfect Insulation, ure: India rubber, iriiiiiiiu'riliii. dry nlr nnd ciim', wool, ebonite, llk, slusa, wax. sulphur, rckln uixl purutlln. RXWEBtaal Golden Emerald 1200 pounds. Bred by 6827. Cold, rain, winds, and dampness An bring out the, rheumatic aches. application of Slam's Liniment brings rjuick relict, Norubbing. U penetrates. Onerous ttitS boul... . Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Rich sorrel Stallion, foaled 1011: 10 hands high nnd weifihs Mrs. tJ. S. Johnson and children, spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Mar' Sanders. Tho farmers in this vicinity took advantage of tho nice rain and put out quite a lot of tobacco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Grow of were tho week-end visitors i Th undvrnirned hereby give warn ng to all pertoni not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpoie whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fut lest extmt of law. Hunters and. Pllhvrmon van.riallv take notice. R.L. Elkln Ed A N II Prira 8. C. lUgsby J. C. Ulmby. Mr i. Emma IlieElnbotham. Mr i. J. Wade Walker.aK. L.; Arnold! Jamei M. White andjwife. Walter Humphrey It. U Barker John Tatum. We will add'other namea for 25cents POSTED Sired by Golden King, dam Enteral Queen. J. Gano Johnson of Mt Sterling. Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of Rising Fawn, Oa., writes: We have used Thed-lord- 'f as a family medicine. My motner-in-ucuum nui take calomel as it seemed too strong lor her, so she used mild laxative and liver We use It reculstor Inlhe family and believe It Is the best medicine for iryiu the liver maqe. Insist on ine eenuin 3C Thedford's. 3 age. If you want to raise mares that will sell, or raise the top kind of mules that hrinj! the extra high price, then breed to Golden Emerald. He will make the season of 1018 at the barn of T. L Yantis, two miles from Lancaster on Duckeye road at of Mr. E. Lcmay nnd family. Phone Walton Mots for a crata ot Strawberries. Brothel Shanks of Stanford, will fill his regular appointment at Scotts Fork, Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. Lucien Cloute of Kings Mills. with his Ohio, spent the week-en- d parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clouse,, before leaving for Camp the 20th. COY Mrs. Mary quite 111. B. Preston continues ... $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Care tak- Money due when colt Is foaled or mare traded or parted with. en to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. HID. YANTIS C& EMBRY. Mr. and Mrs. Royston Ray, Mc Mr. and Mrs. Ellzah McMilllan and Mrs. Elijah McMilllan, and son, were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holman J Miss Peachle Mas SanJohn Ray, recently. ders and Mr. William Layton vera Little Miss Margarette Ray is entertained at noon day dinner tba spending a few days with her sister, past Sunday, by Mr. and Mrs. Jamca I. Sanders. Mrs. James Sanders. The Central Record.jThursday, May 23, 1918. MHINHfHNM JL L. Starts Thursday, May 23rd. Wilson ' s Beazleys ap 3E& Great Annual Ten Days aasr T5 Son's Artistic Pianos and Piano Players-Stanfo- rd and Lancaster PIANOS ON DISPLAY AT FORD GARAGE, LEXINGTON STREET, LANCASTER, KY. THE LARGEST PIANO AND PLAYER PIANO DISPLAY AND BUYING EVENT EVER BEFORE OFFERED THE PEOPLK OF LANCASTER AND VICINITY. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS. A DISCOUNT OF $90 TO $17S OFF THE STANDARN RETAIL PRICES DURING THIS SALE. EVERY PIANO AND PLAYER MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES ON SALE TICKETS. A Word to the People. ThU sale of high grade Pianos and Player Pianos is my greatest sale and it will be years before I can otTer my customers bargains like will pre"Factory to Home" sale. Come and see vail during this great J. L. BEAZLEV. mm. A Word to Our Friends: e THE PUBLIC able sale. icei jusiineu in tne statement that no wncrc m Kentucky can Pianos nnd Player Pianos of quality be bought better and cheaper than right here in Lancaster. It is our principal desire at this sale to make i! a MuIcal nnd Jloney Saving ntfair that will long be remembered. "MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE." Discrlmir.ttlng Piano and riaer Plnno buyers will not be slow in taking advantage of this remark- '.. . : i Coupon Holders. All these who hold a coupon thru Wilson & Sons Piano Co.. correspondence will receive a pretty Souvenir upon presentation of couron at the FORD GARAGE on Lexington street .Lancaster Ky. Mr. L. D. Wilson, member of the firm of Wilson & Sons, will be in attendance at this sale, in full charge. It will be his greatest pleasure to Pianos, whether ycu explain and demonstrate these beautiful, sweet-torf- e buy or not. Wilson and Son's Piancs r.rc bpilt to last a life time, a joy to homo life for ever. Warranted for ten years. The Reason Why. The reason why we can olTer these Pianos and Player Piancs at such low priccf, is this: We bought Oils car load before the prices advance I Cott of Pianos has gone up. The next shipment will, no doubt,,r,ki o to be sold for JSO more than pianos and players are marked during this, our GREATEST PIANO SALE. Pure in tone, beautiful in case, des.gn ar.J finish, unexcelled in quality Beazley, Stanford, Ky. Pianos, cseacoi OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. Also We pay up to $13 per set. cn...... ,.n,i .,. ...u U.ll U4 ni.i nnM ...a.V .11, U Ul U..1I U.U UUlt uy return FOR SALE: One Foster range, Jewelry. inecK sent mall. Goods held 10 davs for senders good as new. W. D. Wajker. approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth FOIl SALE: All kinds of garden Specialty, Dept. A 2007 S. 5th St., I. P. Thompson. Philadelphia, Pa. N.o. 84. 205 ACRES, in Lincoln county, Ky., 3-- 4 mile off plants. State pike, two good dwellings, subdivided into V2 fields, under Wc arj standing a good Aberdeen the best of wire fences. This land lays well, two sets of im- Angus Bull, at $1.SU. CLEAN UP TIME. provements; nearly all in clover and timothy gras3. Not one Walker nnd George D, Robinson. acre of waste land and is a bargain at $125.00 per acre. Several complaints have recently registered FOR SALE: Several No. 83. 221 ACRES, on pike in Garrard county, right Red Berkshire boars. been made to the Board of Health out in "society" under good fence, dandy 9 room dwelling, lC-2- t. J. W. Elmore. as to the sanitary condition of Camplarge tobacco and stock barns, never failing water. You bell and Buford streets. At this I will sell several good cultivators time of the year it seems unnecescould plow on this farm with a tractor til the sun makes you at auction next County Court day. should sary that such complaints sick. Good reason for selling and terms to suit: If you have '; J, I'.. Mount. have to be tiled, for every citizen of J; ?10,000 you can handle this largo well improved farm. It's priced right. the town should take it upon himself FOR SALE: Three Ford All in to see that his own prcmitcs arc in and one Roadster. No. 70. 245 ACRES, on pike, four mile3 from county seat, lime stone land, dandy 0 room dwelling, large stock and good condition. White and Riddle. the pink of condition at this time Paint Lick, Ky. of year, especially as the iU' season tobacco barns, one of tV e best improved faims. Land lnys well and is ever-lastin- g water in abundance. This one at $125. FOR SALE 100 barrels of corn in is now upon us. We hope the conditions can and will be n.iedied at No. 101. 190 ACRES, in Garrard county, four miles of shuck, iieur Judson Ky. once. hustling village, churches, bank, graded school. About 80 N. 11. Bogie, Lexington Ky. Player t 1 Pianos, Phonographs, Undertaking. Torest Long Sutneraed. While dredging u rluT In Utml. NOTICE TO ALL engineer" dlscirtrrod n tih:rrrgl fur-- et tint rnwriil nuir- - mtlei, MEN IN CLASS ONE. from which log mor- - than 10o feet imijr lime been taken. All mm now in clan on must hold themselves In readinen for er. vie. You may be called at any LANCASTER NAN'S lime. Whan callad bring; final carJ 1007 with you. TROUBLE ARRESTED. Local Board Garrard County, Lancaster, Kentucky, "The past 4 years ! have beer down down, down, with catarrh "Every Miter help, (ha Kalicr." of the stomach and hud to give up Giv liberally to lha Rrd Cross. work a year ago because of my I suffered terweakened condition. Every man or woman who give, ribly from bloating and colic attacks. liberally to ilia Rad Croit help to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy was re- win the war. Every1 man or woman commended to me. I took a course who ihirka, help, to Ista the war of It and nm now feeling fine." It Is n simple, What ara you coins; to lay to tha harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus boys when they coma home if you do from the intestinal tract and nllays not help them now, Give libera .., the inflammation which causes prac- to tha Rad Croit. tically nlUftomach, liver and intesTha man who doai i,ot give liber tinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince, or ally to the Red Cron it a marled man if he ! able to give, and does money refunded. R. E. McROBERTS, Druggitt not. BLUE BRASS FARMS FOR SALE Classified Column. mo. acres bottom land; 40 acresin sod; the entire farm lays gently rolling and level, plenty of water; good 8 room dwelling and new ouksplit FOP. large stock barn. This farm is just off turnpike on county tobacco sticks. Clarence litem, road and for a limited time only is priced at a figure that you Paint Lick, Route 2. can speculate on and wake good money. FOR SALE: Siwoet potato plants No. 93. 145 ACRES, in Doyle county, 4 miles of Danville, k e s(hooth, land, about 20 acres in sod, 40 acres in all varieties; 35 cents a hundred by R. P. ISON, yjeat and sown to clover, 20 acres hemp, balance corn and parcel post. Buena Vista, Ky. tobacco. Good C room dwelling and now 0 acre tobacco barn; has everlasting water supplied by nil necessary 15 month old black FOR SALE, Di: river anil large pond, beautiful location and right on Polajigus Bull calf. Prico $85.00 pike. See thia one brtore it is too late at $135. per acre. Chas. Rlgsby, No. 85. 200 ACRES, 1 2 miles of Lancaster, on pike, Crab Orchard and Stanford pikes. old G room dwelling, two good barns, tenant houses. This is Good all nround WANTED: sand stone land, nearly all in grass and is a money maker and hand to work in lumber yard. Five priced to sell. room house and garden, on paveNo. 95. 104 ACRES, sand stone land, 1 mile of main ment. A. II. Bastin Co. bank, and is well turnpike, close to graded school, churches, G room dwelling, new 4 room dwelling, improved; has dandy FOR SALE: One Brooder, I am two large new tobacco barns. Young man here's your chance, still telling eggs ct the old price. ' fronting the turnpike sells for $175 (land adjoining this and Erie C. Farra, Singlo Comb Brown Leghorns. per acre). We will make terms to suit and set this one in to you at $110 if you will act now. 90. 44 ACRES, rolling lime and sandstone land, 2 miles HEMP SEED: Wanted to of Lancaster, on pike, small house nnd barn, good land, plenty of for a large of water and under good fence. This is good land and think of new cultivated number ss bushels hemp l. Fall of itl $125 per acre. delivery. Price $5.50 per bu.heL SALE:-10,00() lime-ston23-3- t. con-tra- Griln your old floors ts look tile new hardwood. watlut1 far' applied square f about uv. w.t.xa. ,Hli.:ilD, main. unuhrs tor Lome use. Ml r v. larn l I, f, is ary,long- - raring, easily ccs.s abcut 2 cents a W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Olliee FIioijo 18. if mu Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence I'hone!33. Director ami XChi-Namo- Store' .lit. .Ill la..k .A. M Chi grata 1ft 6 to rr'ntiUi, lfff. cor. 4 la vn 4 act cbint la rt.UMf hifli grid srnUc o4 t. ..a Lxht jlw'l ftpfttUiltt mr fcoovn Nanil pro Jil M Tbi OMa C., ClereUa J i No. 102. 170 ACRES, just off pike. Close to schools and churches, land lays well, nearly all In grass. Dandy Improvements, $10U.per acre. A. M. Shely. , We can also show you some very attractive dwelling and city lots: also some business properties netting the owner. 7 per cent. If it's real REAL ESTATE and you want to Go Over the Top, we have it and will put you there. We are exclusive asenti for the ;n the national inas- product! linci. U c Lnovr their worth by actual jutt ai we ttlect every article in ourttack. FARMERS LOOK. A new lot or field tt D. A. , THE AGENCY, ESTATE REAL LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. THOMAS I take this method of kindly asking all who are indebted to Dr. Acton, for services rendered, to please call, und settle immediately, before I leave, for when I go away he has directed me to turn over all unpaid accounts to his attorney, Recpectfully, Mrs. J. M. Acton. ' clt(4 lur. ICal-Nimi- lf Co! VnUhtt . wMe4tk aa4 fiiral fence Just received. ter get it while you can. Bet- l m krtiah narkl. UlUf Aula PUIktiM la farvaj awlicalloR. taJ ItlMtf a lia. wattbaf raawrai ft I FuruMta wait tavti ijm luralurt Plll Cox & Ledford MANSE, McRoberts Drug Store. . . . KENTUCKY.