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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 6, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918060601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 6, 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. IWSNtT NINTH YEAR LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 6. 1918. Davis, Ruby Moss, Virginia Ucazley, Mattic Mac Hubbell. Ma-- y Palmetcr, Elsie Hatfield, Mamie Staop, La. Verne Dickcrson, Fnyc King, Nancy Elliott, GRADED AND Thomas Lear, Margaret LANCASTER Francis Palmetcr, and Besslj Moss. Baccalaureate Sermon. HIGH SCHOOL The auditorium was ngain well filled Sunday evening, to hear the GIVE WEEK OFENTERTAlNMENT. by baccalaureate sermon delivered The closing exercises of the Lnn-cart- Dr. M, 11. Adnms, of Georgetown, to Graded and High School, be- the graduating claw. Dr. Adams is ginning with the Senior Play, last president of Georgetown College and Friday night and ending with the n speaker of ability. The graduatthis ing clasi entered as a body nnd toHigh School Commencement rvening, comes as a fitting climnx to gether with the trustees occupied a successful years work, which has seats In the center aisle near the had the unitcil support of the entire front. nt eight On Monday evening Every entertainment community. o'clock, the Piano Department ashas elicited the most favorable comments and the large audiences that sisted by the Girls Glee Club, gave a hove greeted every event speaks well delightful program, everyone on the for all the exercises. The Trustees bill doing their part well, nil of at which was enjoyed by another large and Faculty should be gratified the work of the past year and no audience. Tuesday evening brought out the doubt nre grateful for the hearty support they have received from the bumper audience of the week, to witpatrons ond community In general. ness the Patriotic Operetta, practically every grade in the school having Senior Ply. some part in this delightful little It U doubtful if any home-Ule- NUMBER 10. gnririni HulYiP' y im- -i QlElI W&zir&lfa Fart. iKfctfv n COMMENCEMENT ?tKfe'fa Lfu4bMU. HEADQUARTERS FOR DEERING BINDE 5. CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT certain kind of farming implements are very hard to get. If you are interested and need anything in this Hue, give us your order now. 9 I p MOWERS. HAY RAKES AND HI KM Conn 31 Brothers. Lzjlj LIVE AND LET'LIVE FOLKS. rir J Saturday is Flower Mission. All 109 'REGISTRANTS members are requested to bring One hundred and nine young men their flowers to the room nt two answered to the call of the govern o'clock. yesterday. ment and registered years These men are Just twenty-on- e WAR TIME GLASSES old, having reached their majority Ninety-on- e Have your (liaises maje up In since June Cth, lit 17. Shell rims, save yourself the expense are white and IK are colored. Manufacturing anil the Optician, the trouble, of frequent 21 DAY MAN duplication of lenses. All the styles I day Mr. V. I). Coe, the twenty-on- e furnished l.y the BYRNE OPTICAL man rai here this week billing the r, SERVICE, at Kengarlan Hotel, ItedpaM Chautauqua, which begins June 10 to 1 6th. in Lancaster, June 24th, and runs for five days. At a meeting af the NEW HOG VIRUS. Chautauqua committee last Monday evening, J. R. Moorman was named Dr. I'rintus Walker has recentlly Secty, as chairman, Ed C. Raines, been granted permission by the Live and K. I'. Frisbie will look after the Stock Sanitary Hoard, of Lexington, tickets. to administer the new. hoc cholera virus, which has proven to be the best preventative for this diseasa DEPENDABLE OP This is known to medical science. TICAL WORK. the first permit that has been granted for its use in Garrard county. Nearly twenty years of Investlga practice, has tion and continuous DR. J. W. WEBER, made the Byrn Optical Servic well nigh perfect. It succeeds where Fnt Dtder, Here ftr Fnr Hare Din. others fail. J. J. BYRNE, Guaranteed to remove all ailments Optician Optometrist of the feet like corns, Bunions, and at Kengarlan Hotel, Ijincaster June nails, falling arches other troubles of, the feet. Will Uke night, new patients until Monday Flour in sacktt Cora mal in sacks JUNK 10th. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Dr. Weber has treated a number of the best people of Lancaster and good 100 locust WANTED: has had big success with his patients. posts. R. A. Swlncbroad Remember, he will not take any new Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Hrick, paticnU after JUNE 10th. Consultation free. OiTice at Simpson House; Salt. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted, 18 Years Experience.' 12 Years in Central Ky All the latest STYLES IN SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES. Optometrist. t J. J. BYRNE ,. Optician. AT KENGARLAN HOTEL Lancaster, June 10th to 15th I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. r ever reduced greater enthusiasm entertainment. Department of The Expression than did the High School students, with their presentation of the drama, both the Graded and High School rendered a recital Wednesday eveThe Auditorium "Claim Allowed". wns literally packed and standing ning, which was thoroughly enjoyed, The play the entire class taking some part on room wns at a premium. of Mrs. the program. was under the direction The Commencement exercises ut Robert Todd, whose excellent coaching of the players, was largely res- the Auditorium this evening brings ponsible for the success of the pre- the school to n close, when Prof. J. sentation. It is unfortunate indeed C. T. Noe, head of the School of Edthat Mrs. Todd is not to be the head ucation of the University of Kenof the Expression and Dramatic Art tucky, will deliver the address to the department of the school for another graduating class. After which the year. She did not apply for the po- presentation of the diplomas to the from the following graduates will take place; sition nnd her absence Clayton Morrow, Wilma Henry, school will be deplored by the many friends she has made since coming to Mary Lee Lear, Robert Ross, Val Lancaster three years ago. At her Cook, James Siler, Coleman Sanders, Sanders, Ruth Carrier, Christine suggestion an admission wns charBeazley, Owsley, Mildred ged to sec the Senior Play, the en- Mary tire proceeds to be given to the lied Florence Acton, Nancy Hagan. Cross local, chapter and the Junior netted Hed Cross. The proceeds GERMAN SUBMARINES these organizations about $105.00. The play abounds in lines of stir- Sink Eleven Ships Off New Jersey Caul. ring patriotism, and these delivered by the players, most effectively Germany's sea wolves the subaroused the highest pitch of enthus- marines which have caused so much So devastation during the iasm among the large audience. war are touching, too, were several scenes, preying on commerce in the Atlantic of the actual Ocean Just off the shores of the Uni nnd so suggestive to scenes being enacted at this time ted States. They are known throughout the country that the have sunk at least nine vessels, only audience frequently was in tears. a short distance out of sight of land Every member of the cast acquitted oft the Southern New Jersey shore, credit, himself with the highest It is feared that still other vessels showing the naturalness and poise of have been sent to the bottom by the Robert Ho marauders, the movements of which seasoned performers. land, as Mr. LaFohl, the manufactur have been reported at various times er of munitions, who at first saw In during the last fortnight by ships coming into port from Southern the war only a means of accumu lating n fortune, who later hears the waters. Thus far eleven lives are call of his country. Interpreted his known to have been lost in the sinkpart unusually well. Especially im- ings. A majority of the vessels were pressive was he, when he bade his sunk with bombs after their crews son farewell when the latter was had been forced to take to the ships,' lenving for war. Miss Ruth Carrier, boats. as Mrs. La Fohl, fixed a high stan Members of the crew of the dard for High School work. So ten schooner Edward II. Cole, one of the derly and sympathetically did she en victims of the German told act the part of the mother sending of the sinking of their vessel and of her son forth to battle, that there the fight which at least one large were few in the audience, who were merchant steamship gave the underBowman water craft before being sunk. The not moved to tears. was described as being 2S0 Grant, as Dabney La Fohl, the patriotic son, was all that could be de feet in length and carrying guns fore who and aft. Acton, sired. Miss Florence took the part of Ethel LaFohl, who dared to cling to her soldier lover MARRIED MEN over her father's protest and disln heritance, and who went to the front TO BE CALLED. as a Red Cross nurse, was almost perfectly presented. Miss Mary Lee The new selective service regulaLear, as Lillian Carmen, gave a most tions now being prepared by Provost finished performance. Her reading Marshall, General Crowder, will reof her lines was excellent, and she voke deferred classifications grantdisplayed muck dramatic ability. ed men married since May 18th, One of the most difficult parts, that 1917, and place them In Class 1, so of Tom Bradley, was ably taken care say recent dispatches from Washingof by James Silcr, who displayed ton. It is estimated that there are genuine ability in the scene where, more than 200,000 such cases in the us a wounded soldier, he describes in county. It is said that Crowder the delirium of fever, the attack of will materially restrict dependency the enemy. The comedy of the play allowances in the new regulations was furnished by Neb, the butler. which are being prepared to increase This part was taken by Val Cook, the number In Class 1. who delighted the audience with his acting. His dialect was beyond EGG CANDLER HERE. criticism, nnd his mannerisms were in perfect nccord with those of the Mr. A. M. Barry, of the United old negro servant. Tho other mem- States Department of Agriculture, bers of the cast, all of whom brought was in Lancaster last Tuesday, demout every possibility of their parts, onstrating to the people of the counwere, Coleman Sanders, Wilma ty the importance of having their Henry, Christine Sanders, Richard eggs tested and Just how It was done. Henry, Nancy Hagan, Mary Owsley, Under a recent ruling of the Federal William Anderson, Mildren Beazlcy Fooil Administration, all eggs purand Homer Carrier. chased by dealers throughout the Piano Department Recital. county, which includes merchants Saturday afternoon, at three also, must be candled by the purchaso'clock, the auditorium was well fill- er and alt inferior eggs destroyed or ed with pupils and patrons, eager to returned to the producer., So rigid hear the Recital by the Piano De- Is this rule to be enforced, the govpartment, assisted by the Primer ernment has ordered that blanks be grade, under the leadership of Mrs. supplied by the dealers and a regisMay Hughes Noland. We wish we ter of all eggs purchased must be rehad the room to tell how well all corded. these pupils acquitted themselves. Young man to do The following had numbers on the WANTED: program and did their part well; office work. Salary $75.00 a month. E. C. Gaines, Anna Britton Moss, Bernice Champ, Inquire of Mary Lee Lear, Nell Noland, Maude The Insurance Man. s JOHN PEERE MOWERS TWINE. II DEERING MOWERS Place Your Order Now. i HASELDEN Lancaster, - BROS Kentucky I M GARRARD RED CROSS The following articles were shipped to headquarters May 24th, 10 Layettes, 22 Comfort pillows, 2 4 6 Joke dozen Handkerchiefs, books, all made by the Junior Red Cross. , pin, LOST: Cameo with diamonds. Reward ed to Joe J. Walker, Jr. bordered if return- TEACHERS EXAMINATION The last teachers examination will be held at the Court House in Lancaster, June 21st and 22nd. There Garrard county Chapter sent COO will be no other examinations until so those desiring to gauze Compresses, 20 hospital shirts, September, 4 helmets, 12 pairs of socks, 2 teach the coming fall, should be on hand at this examination. sweaters, 1 pair wristlets. The local chapter made $250. at NOTICE. Kemper Sale last Saturday week. Young girls of the American Club All persons having claims against presented Red Cross with $9.00 the estate of S. D. Cochran, please present same, duly proven to my made from exchange. and Bryantaville Branch of American attorney, H. Clay Kauffman, Red Cross made $230. at Tomlinsons those indebted to the estate see my attorney and settle. Sale May 23rd. 0--2t Dora Cochran, Admx. One years work in the Red Cross. 10,730 Surgical Dressings, 565 hosNOTICE pital Bed Shirts, 321 pairs of socks, 269 sweaters, 230 pairs of wristlets, All persons, having claims against 72 Helmets, 4 mufflers, 1 pair hos- the estate of Elias Smith, deceased, pital Bed Socks, 5 pairs Trench please present same properly proven socks, 321 Knitted Wash cloths, 500 according to law, to my attorney, II. Trench Candles, 65 sheets, 13 Xmas Clay Kauffman. owing Anyone packages, 1 Knitted agghan, 10 lay- said estate, call on my attorney and ettes, 22 comfort pillows, 4 2 doz- settle. C. I. Rogers, Adinr. en Handkerchiefs, 6 Joke books. - THE - E You can't make it go with push and broken-dow- n car. Bring that car, tired from a strenuous winter's service, to us, and let us put it in the pink of condition. vim if you are using a We are Physicians to Sick and Disabled Cars. If there is any service left in your car we can make it available to the . last ounce. And if you have a GOOD car, and wish to KEEP it that way, run in occasionally and let us give the once over. Prevention often beats cure. We do nothing but'repair autos, but, we DO THAT RIGHT. Einnaird Bros. Fhonc 66. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday, June 6. 1918. 10.00 wfi through n course In bombing. to get rid of that "Jam tin," because of Ihls building was a lnrg sign which 3.00 J. R. Sparks, Tilden Hoover, S.t'O Here we were Instructed In the uses, from eiierlence he lind learned not rend "Divisional Hatha." In a nooilen 5.00 P. 11. Hopkin. Davis Sutton, methods of throning and manufacture to trust It. shed In the rear we could henr a 25.00 of 5.00 II. L. Kelly H. K. Herndon various kinds of band grenades, wheezy old engine pumping wnter. When G 00 F. P. Fritble GARRARD'S RED CROSS FUND STILL I. V. Pointer xi x:zz from the old "Jam tin," now obsolete. thai theythe Kvcrs that be realized We llmil up In front of the baths, could not chance Tommy 10.00 to the rrecnt Mills bomb, the standard 25.00 V. P. Frlrble . Lear and Broaddus they decided lo chnnge the type ol soaked with perspiration, nnd piled GROWING. 25.00 of the Itrltlh army. 10.00 Lem Tcater A. K. Walker our rifles Into slacks. A sergeant of bomb nnd did so substituting th 50.00 G. M. Hudson - 5.00 L. F. Sowders It all dcend where you nre as to "hair brush," the "cricket ball," nnd the It. A. SI. C. with n yellow band More Names This Week and Next 'J.OO Mlley B. Walker 25.00 nhnt you are called. In France they Inter the Mills bomb. Robt Shearer around bis left arm on which wns 25.00 call you n "bomber" and give yon nicd-nl2.10 J. Raymond Hasclden Val Cook The standard bomb used In the !!rlt "S. P." (snnltnry x!lrc) In blnck Garrard County' rift to the Miss Maude Anderson, while In neutrnl countries they lh army Is II took charge, ordering us to take .Mills." It Is nbotit the 1.00 Mrs. Logan Scott 2.00 i: Second Red Cross Campaign 1 '19 M. R. Bcrkelc 5.00 call you an anarchist and give you shape nnd size of n large lemon. Al- off our eouliiinent. unroll our Puttees Jim Sowder 11509.95; over 65 per cent of th "life." though not actually n lemon, Fritz In nnd unlsre hoots. Then, starting from 50.00 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams quota alloted to the county. This Alfred Malcar Prom the very start the Germans slts that It Is- - perhaps be Judges It the right of I hi- - line, he divided us 5.00 W County cShool District. Mil, Kate Walter Arnold is a splendid showing, but the peopl were well equipped with effective by the hmne? cnued by Its explosion 1.... 1111111111 in iiiicvii. I 1. ......... Hill, iiii'ieiirii iu Jim Grimes 3.00 bombs and trained bomb thrown-- , but The Mills liomb Is mnde of strel. the lie in tne ursi squau. of Garrard County arc ready an Holticlaw. Roy Williams 5.00 the English army was ns little pre- ouMilo of which Is corrugated Into 48 room, where we We tntereil n small willing to give that much more to V 5.00 Spillcr Lane Lee Grow, 2.00 pared In this Important department of small squares, which, uiwn the expln were given live minutes to undress, Third Campaign when asked for it Miss Kate Holtzclaw, 5.00 Sarah E. Lane 5.00 lighting ns In many others. At bomb slon of the bomb, seatler In H wide then tiled Into the hnthroom. In here .- One $50.00 Liberty Loan Bond Eva Humphrey . 1.00 R. K. Svopo 10.00 Ing s(IiihI nn old sergeant of the flrrn-ndl. area, wounding or killing any Frit and one $5.00 War Saving Stamp, Sallie Barker, 1.00 J. II. Ballard guards, whom 1 bud the good who Is unfortunate enough to be bit 25.00 was donated by Mr. Banks Hudson Tom Hicks 1.00 B. C. Rose 25.00 fortune to meet, told me nf the discour- by one of the Hying fragments. to the county school teacher collect Lcola Humphrey, Although a lory destructive nnd ef.. If Logan Ison 1.00 agements this brunch of the service ing the largest amount of money in Mrs II. L. Thompson, 1.0 B. S3. KubL 5.1 0 suffered before they could meet the ficient bomb the .Mills" has the con her district for this Red Cross cam Clayton Humphrey, Germans nn an equal footing. (Paci- fldcnco of the yirower. In thnt lie 1.00 Joe Duncan 1.00 paign and to the county school teach Mrs. Lula Dean, fists nnd small army people In the' knows It will not explode until re 1.00 J. H. Ruble 2.0u lT. S. plcne rend with cure.) The llrst leased from bis grip. er who turned in the largest number Geo. Edington, 1.00 R. E. Benedict 2.00 EnglMi cxpcdltlonnry forces had no It Is a mechanical device, with of names regardless of amount, res James Bcnge, 1.00 R..C. r.M sJ. M. Krasce . 2.00 bomb at nil, but had clicked n lot of lever, fitted Into n slot nt the top, poctively. The money to be used R. L. Barker, 1.00 R. C. Mulligan 1.00 casualties from those thrown by the which extends half way nround the in the districts as the winner thinks Oliie Lane, 1.00 II. fi. Brooks 1.00 Itoehes. One bright morning someone circumference nnd Is held In place nt bestr- 1.00 R. N. Doolin Auburn Thompson, 1.00 higher up had an Idea ami Issued nn the bottom by n fixing pin. In this pin Miss Brunette Arnold of West Charlie Duncan 1.00 Ben Graham . 1.0i order detailing two men from each there Is n small metal ring, for the Point School No. 37 gets the Liberty Dennis' Shearer, platoon to go to bombing school to puriHise of extruding Hie pin when 1.00 Will Graham I 00 Loan Bond with a total of $234.50, Caleb Johmon, Irani the duties of n bomber and how-t- ready to throw. 1.00 Augustus Scott . 20.00 You do not throw n bomb the wny n miin'ufiirture bombs. NoncommisMiss Eva Merryman, of the 1.00 Nelson uiniford Hurton Clark 1. 00 sioned ofllccrs were generally selected bnsrtinll Is thrown, becnue, when III District, No. 2, gets the War Mrs. Lee Grow, 1.00 fait L.ui'-iorfO for this course. After about two n narrow trench, jour hnnd Is llnble Savings Stamp with a total of 87 J. T. Speaks 1.00 L. II. Ruble - .. .. I0.C0 weeks nt school they returned to their to strike ngnlnst the parados, traverse nnocs. 1.00 J. C. Ford Gabe Naylor, 1.09 units In rct billets or In the tire or paraiH-t- , and then down goes the The Buena Vista Consolidated Katie Humphrey 1.00 T. D. Ford l.UO trench, ns the ene might be, nnd got bomb, nnd, In n couple of. seconds or School collected the sum of $285.00 II. R. Montgomery, i, up goes Tommy. 1.00 Chester Ford l.UO busy teaching their platoons how to for the Red Cross. Most of thi Emicr Barker In throning, the ImuhIi nnd leer arc l.UO W. C. Silcox 1.00 make "Jam tins." money was obtained by Miss Myitle Mrs. I'eachie Grow, . gntied fli the right hnnd. the left foot l'rotlomly nn order bnil been lned 1.00 T. S. Poor 5.00 Ruble who deserves for nil ranks to sine empty Jam tins Is advnnced, knee stiff, nbout one nnd the greatest Wm. Humphrey, 1.00 L. D. Askins 5.00 for the manufacture of bomb. A pro-fes- n half Its length to the front, while credit for her good work lor the Mrs. Wm. Humphrey, 1.09 Wm. Scott 10.00 of bombing would fdt on the the rlcht leg. knee bent. Is carried cause. Miss Ruble collected in the Wm. Onstott, IU0 G. II. Lone 25.00 fire step In the front trench with the slightly to the right. The left arm Is sMBl' SaaXgeXgeXgeXB High Bridge District alone the sum Mrs. Wm. Onstott 1.00 J. Wesley Lane 25.00 remainder of his section crowding extended at an angle of 4." degrees, iaaaXflgar BaXgaXBaXgaXaaXH 'saaaes of $108.25. lMiliitlng fh the direction the bomb Is to Sliiab;n C r.ttott, l.i'O .Mrs. C. B. Tomlinson 10.00 around to see blm work. In the printed list of contributions n.ni!ey Lone 4.0U .Mrs. E. T. Burgess On his left would be n pile of empty be thrown. This pnMtlon Is similar 10.00 to the Red Cross several errors were J'tfcry L. Shearer, inn! rusty Jam tins, while beside Mm to that of shut pulling, oqly thnt the 3 1'O made in the copy. Mr. R. K. Speaks J. T. Holtzclaw r.nd Son,... on the fire step would be n mlscella ngnt arm is rttemltsl ilonnnnrd. Then 25.00 'gaXgaXgaXgaxE9BaaaBBXgE you burl the bomb from you with an was down for $50.00 when it should Mrs. Hallie B. Swcenj, ! In neons aortinent of material Truly Fltpubllcan. 5.00 overhend iKinllng motion, the same as the manufacture of the "Jam tins." have been $10.00. The contribution Porter Dishon, That country Is n m t l i m where 1.00 Tommy would stoop down, get an In cricket, throwing It fairly high In of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton, was Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cook. . . 50.09 i.tirity and merit an- - mognlzed and empty "Jam tin," tnke a handful of the nlr, this In order t" gle the fuse duplicated as was the report of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. RobMisoM. 50.00 warded. elnyey mini from the parapet, nnd line n chance to tiurn down so that when scnooi District ao. iu. 50.00 the iKimti lands. It Immediately Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price, -. the Inside of the tin with this Optimistic Thought. Wo had hoped to complete the I. F. Naylor, 5.00 Then he would rench over, plodos nnd glM-- the Cermnns no time Mi whom the good pi.ii--- e and wick publication of all those on the Red Frank Long, pick up his detonator anil explosive, to scamper out of its range or to re 5.09 M hi, to ought to be satl-lle- d A Bathroom at the Trent. with his Cross Honor Roll list in this issue. Mrs. G. Sowder, nnd lnert Ibem In the tin, fuse pro- turn It. putntlnn. As Hie Ixuiib lemes your hnnd. the there were fifteen tubs (barrels sawed impossible, so the list Frank Arnold but found it truding. On the fire step would be n 10 00 pile of fragments of shell, shrapnel let er.liy means of n spring. Is projected In tnn) half full of water, llnrli tub will be concluded in our next issue. Mrs. E. L. Arnold, 5.00 And He's Worth Listening To. Iwlls, bits of Iron, nslls, etc. anything Into the nlr and fnlls harmlessly to contalneil n piece of laundry soap. The If any names have been unintcn- Mrs. E. L. Ormsby 5.00 The man who really has nothing to thnt wns bard enough to send over to the ground n few feet III front of the sergennt Informed us thnt we bad Just tionally omitted, we would thank Miss Julia Zanone, J.OO generally talks less than other pco- - Fritz; he would scoop up n handful of bomher. twelve minutes in which to take our such persons to call our attention to W. I. Long, I'.OC il because ho consider It worth giv this Junk nnd put It In the bomb. PerWhen the lever files off It releases hatha. Sonplng ourselves nil over, we it. 2.00 ing some thought to. Miss' Jennie Duncan, haps one of the platoon would nsk blm a strong spring, which forces the firing took turns In rubbing each other a Proceeds of sale on Public Mrs. II. V. Bastin 1.00 what he did this for, nnd be would , pin Into a cap. This Ignites backs, then by means of n gsrden hose. explain that when the bomb ctiiIikIiiI , the fuse, which burns down nnd sets washed the sonp off. The nnter wns Square Power of Gentleness. $202.60 Robinson Cook, -- .00 Kindness pay. "PxilM potatoes," these bits would fly nbout and kill or off the detonator, chnrgitl tllh fulml- - Ice cold, but felt fine. D. W. Lackey, col 50 Cash 20.00 Pretty soon a hell rang and the wa I W. M. Guynn 1.50 J. J. Sebastian, 1.00 says nn authority on culinary matters wound nny German hit by same; the nate of mercury, which explodes the ter wns turned off. Some of the slower are ever mi much lienor If they are questioner would Immediately pull n main charge of auiinounl, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, 10 00 50.00 J. A. Owens, gently boiled." New York Telegraph. button off bis tnnlc anil hand It tin The nerage IlritUb soldier Is not an ones were covered with sonp, but Ibis P. W. Wells 25.00 Joe Hendren 1.00 the liomli maker with. "Well, blame I expert at throning; It Is u new gnme made ho different e to the sergennt, West Point School additional 25.00 Joe Anderson, 1.09 me, send this over ns a sotnenlr, to tit in. therefore the Canadians nnd who chased us Into another room, George Huffman 1.00 Miss Lucille Lackey, .'..00 where ne lined tip In front of a little another Tommy would volunteer nn Americans, who have played tinst-hat- l SYNOPSIS. Trice Huffman, 1.00 William Brady, old rusty and broken Jnrkknlfe; lioth from the kindergarten up, take natu window, resembling the Imx olllcv In a 1.00 Mrs. Edmund Sutton, CnArTEIl I rirtd bv thA nnra nf fi would be nnd Inserted. rally to bomb throwing and excel In theater, nnd received clean underwear . 1.00 Miss Carr 1.00 sinkingof t lis Lusltsnla by a t English iHimber and towels. Prom here we went Into Then the professor would tnke an- this act. A J. B. Sutton, to James Routt, 1.00 submarine. Arthur Guv Kmosy. an0rmn Ameri Jersey City anil other handful of mud nnd fill the tin. will stand In nu-csilence when be the room where we hnd first undresses!. Susan K. Sutton, 1.00 Les Hill 1.00 can, lravrs bis office In ne oi-h io r.ngianu wnere enuiu in ins after which he would punch a bole In jsees a little " Canadian Ten minutes were allowed In which to Jas. G. Conn, 5.00 John B. Holtzclaw, 2.00 British army. io,- - nil nt nn- - nil linn iiii n liter lilt CHAPTER It After a nerloj of train "uiuiium inn innnv oy pcicrill yarns, get Into ourof"clobber." came up to my Mrs. Nannie G. Payne, 10.00 A. D. Lcavell, 1.00 ing. Kmpey volunteers for immediate servMy pair drawers top of the bomb, the fuse sticking out. 1 have read a few war stories of iKimli- J. R. Harris, 2.00 Mrs. J. W. Palmer, 2.00 ice and soon finds himself In rest billets ineii ne would tightly wrapimg, where pitchers curved chin nnd the shirt barely reached my 'somewhere In Krance." where he rtrst 1 00 diaphragm, but they were clean no J. F. Robinson, 25.00 Mrs. Sallie Sanders ever-pre- s makes the acquaintance of the wire around the outside of the tin. and their Immhs when throning them, but r II. S. Hudson, 10.00 Mrs. G. M. Hatcher 2.00 ent "cooties." oev the bomb was ready to send over to a pitcher who ran do this would make strangers on them, so I was satisfied. CHAPTER attends hli first At the expiration of the time allot Chas Ross 'Christy" Mnthewson look like a piker. 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Henr, Fritz with Tommy compliments. 2.00 church sonlcea at the front hl!e a Ger circles over uie congregation. A piece of wood nbout four Inches nnu Is losing laluahlo time playing In ted we were turned out and finished Herring Sthool District. .. !.00 man Porter Dishon, IV EmDey'a command gees CHAPTER r.uropcan War hush league, when our dressing nn the grass. Mrs. Ed Bourne, 1.00 Joe Gosney, 5.00 Into the front-tin- e trenches and la under wide had been Issued. Tills was to be line When all of the company had bathed nble to set the "big strapped on the left forearm by means be nouhl nre lor tne nrst time. 1 Mrs. Henry Ball, 25 Albcr Back', 22.00 It w as a case of march back to billets. CHAPTER V Emrer learns to adont I of two leather straps and was like the league" on Dre. Mrs. Jack Ball R. Moorman, 50 1.K5 tne motto or tne urtisn lommy. "it We bad n cus hy time while at this That march was the most uncongenial 'ver ' 'de of a match box; It was called a . Mrs. W. S. Bourne 50 A. D. Lee, 2.50 are going to get It, you'll get It. to worry. "Mrlkcr." There was a tip like the school. In fact, to us It was a regular one Imagined, Just cussing nnd blind Mrs Price Bourne, 50 J. R. Moorman, add!. ack In rest billets. Em. head of a match on the fuse of the vacation, and we were very sorry when ing nil the wny. We were covered with l.ZS CIIAPTER Mrs. Alex Bourne, 50 Cash (Implements) 10D.50 To Ignite the fuse, you bad to one morning the adjutant ordered u while dust and felt greasy from sweat. aeriv. oey Cleveland Bourne, Jr. 15 Henry Cox !00 CHAPTER are fed. learns how the rub It on Jhe "striker," Jut the same to report nt headquarters for trans. The woolen underwear Issued was as striking n match. The fuse wns !ortatInn nnd rations to return to our Hilling like the mischief. Julian Bourne, 10 Mrs. R. L. Elkin F.CO British soldiers CHAPTER VIII Rack In the front-lin- e After rating our dinner of stew. Joe Anderson, 1.00 N. Ross, 10.C0 trench, Kmpey sees his first friend of the timed to five seconds or longer. Some . uults up the line. . Arriving at our section, the boys which had been kept for us It was West," Simeon White, 1.00 John N. White 10.00 trenches "go IX Empey makes his first of the fuses lsued In those days wnuld now four o'clock we went Into theCHAPTER burn down In a second or two, while once again tendered us the glad mitt, Wesley Hatfield, 60 Mrs. Wes. Zanone, 1.00 visit to a dugout In "Hulclde Ditch." others would "slzz" for a week before ' but looked nskance nt us out of the creek nnd hnd another hath. CHAPTER J. F. Spratt 50 R. A. Prather .'00 tttutei a "day's work" learns what con. exploding. Back In mighty the muni- - corners of their eyes. They could not If "Holy Joe" could hnve heard our In the front.llne T. M. Arnold, 1.00 Miss Bessie Gulley 2.50 trench. tlon workers weren t quite up to snuff, I conceive, as they expressed It, how n remarks about the divisional baths roes "over the chapter nrst Miss Lillie Mae Arnold, , 25 Frank Long, army red tape be would luiM 5.00 top" for the . time In a charge on the the way tney nre now, if the ruse iook man couiu ne sucn a hiltiklng lillot ns nnd Miss Malissa Sutton. fainted at our wickedness. Hut Tom50 W. O. Wearen, 5.00 Oerman trenches and Is wounded by a a notion to burn too quickly they gen- - to Join the Suicide club. 1 was bayonet thrust. nlng to feel sorry thnt I had become my Is only human after all. Lloyd Bourne, orally hurled the bomb maker next 2.00 Robert Gulley, G.C0 Joins the "sul-cld- e CHAITER Xtl-Em- pey I Just mentioned "Holy Jo" or tho Ella Mae Bourne, 25 W. T. Sebastian, club" as the bombing squad la called. day. So making bombs could not be1 n member of sold club, and my life to 5.00 rue appeared doubly preclotis, XIII-Ea- ch Tommy gets an called a "cushy" or tafe Job. chaplain In nn Irreverent sort of wny, CHAITER Lois Bourne, 25 Jesse W. Gulley, 5.00 official bath. h but no offense was meant, as there I"w that I was a After making several bombs the pro--, Minnie Johnson, 4.00 S. Parsons, 1.00 chapter XIV Ember helps dig; an fessor Instructs the platoon In throw-- 1 ' bomber I was praying for ence nnd were mine very brave men among Oerman Richard Brown, Jr: 05 Ebb Scott 5.09 advanced trench under"listening fire. hoping that my services ns such would them. post" In Ing them. He takes a "Jam tin" from CHAPTER XV On Arbar Lee 05 R. F. Parsons, 5.00 No Man's Land. nt he requlreil. the (Ire step, trembling a little, There are so many Instances of he artillerymen "put cause It Is nervous work, especially! Mrs. Sam Bourne, 52 A. J. Hammack, 1.00 CHAPTER XVI-T- wo roic deeds performed under lire In resone over" on Old 1'epper, tneir regimental Mrs. John White, 26 Robert Hammack . cuing the wounded Unit It would tnke 1.00 commander. when new nt It. lights the fuse on his CHAPTER XIII. B. C, Anderson, 2.00 John Gaffney, . several liooks to chronicle them, nut I 1.00 chapter XVII Emney haa narrow es striker. The fuse begins to "slzz" and cape while on patrol duty In No Man's sputter and a spiral of smoke, like My First Official Bath. John Williamr, have to tiitiitliin one liiktnnce per1.00 Will Gaffney, 1.00 iina. smoldering fag, rises from itigr.t iieninii our rest hlllet was a formed by a chaplain, Captain Hall by xvni-Re- ck In rest billets thnt from a T. L. Yantis, cirAPTr-9.00 Harvc Payne, 1,00 Empey writes and stages a farce comedy. It. The platoon splits In two and largo creek nbout ten feet deep and name, In the brigade on our left, beS. G. Anderson 5.00 Mrs. Harve Payne . . 1,00 CHAPTER XIX-8old- iers have many ducks around the traverse nearest tu twenty feet ncross, and It was n habit cause It particularly appealed to me. D. B. Pelphrey, 5.00 Geo. Miller, 1.00 ways to amuse themselves while "on their them. They don't like the looks and of the company to A umplaln Is not n Hunting man : bo avail themselves of own." J. B. Duncan. 1.00 Levi Elam, 1.00 ntiPTPin XX Emnev volunteers for sound of the burning fuse. When that an opportunity to take n swim and at Is recognized as it iioiicombiitnntr und M. D. Long, 5.00 Mr. Yeage 1.00 machine egun service und goes back Into fuse begins to smoke und "slzz" you the suine time thoroughly wush them carries no arms. In n rhiirge or trench front-lintrenches. Everett Duncan, good-b1.00 Jack Wilson 1.00 the won ns ruld the Emoer again chapter XXI cbarire which coatgoes want to say Tommy to It ashis might selves nnd their underwear when on fidence Midler gets n feeling of con his posslhte, ton" In a Luther Raney, 5.00 Dave Collett, with nil 2.00 'nv,r the 17 their own. We wero having n spell of from contact with bis rllle, recompany killed and SI wouuded. Roy L. Prather, chucks It over the top nnd crouches hot weather, aud these baths to us volver, or bomb he la carrying. He hus 1.00 Lige Hoskins 5.00 chapter XXII Trick with a machine against the parapet, waiting for the wero a luxury. The Tommies would something to protect himself with, J. H. Turner 5.00 Lee Gastineau, 2.00 gun silences one bothersome Fritz, CHAPTER, xxill-oerm- an attack, pre explosion. splash around In tho water and then something with which he can Inflict John A. Ray, 10.00 Mrs. Lee Gastineau, 1.00 ceded by gas wave. Is repulsed. IM of times In bombing the "Jam come out nnd sit In the sun and have harm on the enemy In other words, S. S.L ong 1.00 Mr. Dickerson, 1,00 CHAPTER. XXIV-Em- pey Is forced to tin" would be picked up by the Ger- what they termed n "shirt hunt." At he Is able to get his own bark. part In an execution as a member take Fred Snyder. 100 Milly Murritt, col., 80 of the firing squad. mans, before It exploded, and throw n first we tried to drown tho "cooties, Hut the chaplain Is empty-handeL. B. Raney, j.00 Mrs. Sol Hamomnds, sh prepare for back nt Tommy with dire results. 60 chapter xxv-B- rlt but they also seemed to enjoy the butli. nnd Is at the merry of the enemy If battle of the feomme. the lilg I'uah-t- he .14 I.uttrell . . 5 )!i Mrs. J, II. Fisher t0 chapter XXVI In a trench raid. After a lot of men went West In this One Sunday morning the whole sec he encounters them, so It Is doubly Sij'fc.n . .. f.00 Mrs. Sarah Hamilton, manner an order was Issued, reading tion was In tho creek and wo were hav- brave for blm to go over the top, under 5.00 nrrdlna- the Ilia: Push. EmDey Is des wounded and lies unconscious In something like Miss Annie Turner . ing a guy time, when tho sergeant ma fire, nnd bring In wounded. Also u G.l'O perately . 1.00 W. II. Bland, this! No Man's Land for It hours. "To all ranks In 'he British army; jor appeared on the scene. He came chaplain Is not requlreil by the king's J. D. Ray, four months ; 2.00 Phil T, Brown 10,00 CHAITER XXVII-Af- ter hospital, Kmpey la discharged After Igniting the fuse and before to the edgo of the creek and ordered In regulations to go aver lu n charge, but Mrs. Mary Kay. 1,00 Boyd Ison, ,00 as a British "physically unlit for further war servthrowing the Jam-tibomb, count "Come out of It. Get your equipment this one did. made, three trips under Frank Ray, M. Sanders and Son, 1.00 10.09 ice." slow ly one I twol three 1" on, 'drill order,' nnd full In for bath the hottest kind of fire, each time L. Cobb, D. Bradshaw, 1.00 10.00 This In order to give the fuse time parade. Look lively, my hearties. You with a wounded man on his U. V. Preston, 1.00 Bastin Bros, . 15.00 enough to burn down, so that tho bomb have only got fifteen minutes." A howl back. On the third trip ho received Mrs. J. A. Ray, j.oo Jack Hiatt, 6.00 would explode before the Germans of Indignation from the creek greeted n bullet through his left arm, but never Abner Bay, 1.00 Hilyer Young 2.00 could throw It back. this order, but out we rame. Disci reported tho matter to tho doctor until Sals Hurt, ) i'0 2.00 Tom McMlllia.i Tommy read tho order he reads pline Is discipline. Wo lined up In late that night Just spent his time ud Sim Ray, them all, but after be Ignited the fuse front of our billet with rifles and bay ministering to the wants of the wound 1.00 Dr. G. M. HenJ.-m-, 5.00 By JU American Soldier and It began to smoke orders were onets (why you need rifles nnd bayo ed lying on stretchers. Caleb Johnson, 1.00 H. L. Hlgnlte, 2.00 forgotten, and away (he went In record net! to take a bath gets me), a full Wke Weat The chaplains of the Ilrltlsb army R. II. Preston . 1.00 Cronley liroadd.is, 19.00 time and back she came to the further quota of ammunition, and our tin hats. are a fine, manly set of men, nnd aro Squire Underwood, ..... .Rich, 1.00 Porter . 2.50 discomfort of the thrower. Each man had a piece of soap and a greatly respected by Tommy. ARTHUR GUY EMPEY Newt, Grow, .4.00 II. C. Kauffraan, 7.00 Then another order was Issued to towel. After an elght-kll- o march alonj Mcklti4 Cunaer Sitting In FfKC It. W. Sanders, 5.00 John Arnold, 1.00 count, "one hundred! two hundred I a dusty road, with an occasional shell CHAPTER XIV. W. A. Colten, . T. Ballard, Sr 1.00 25.00 urea nunureur uui iqmmy uiani whisUlng overhead, we arrived at a tuoirrtskt, hot, kr Anisi osr I H. C. Kurtz J, Walker, Jr., 6.00 Joe 5.00 care If the order read tor count up to uttle squat frame building upon the Picks and Shovels. thousand by quarters, he was golni tank of a creek. Mailed over the doof J. II. Posey, 10.00' Mr. Carrie Davidson, I had not slept long before the sttctK :t..oo Continued from last week. $11,509.95 ... .. .. ..... ........ .. .... . ............... ... ... ...... ...... ... .... .. ... ...... .. ... ...... ..... . ... Bf . ....... ........ .. .... ... ... ... ... .. .. ......... .... ..... ..... l. ...... .. . ... .. .... .. .j.. .. ... ............ .... . .... ..... ... ... .. .... ... .......... .. .... ...... ............ .......... .......... .. ... ........... .. ...... ..... ................ ............ .............. .. ..t ......... .. .... ..... ... "Over the Top ........ ............. m 2-Boy- mm m The Central Record, Thursday, June 6, 1918. 3 OF le County Farms-- 2 ON II H I II II II H I AT JUNE 9:30 O'CLOCK. t. 172 LOCATION Acres for a floor. ft. G. Williams mil 148 Acres for J. M. McGraw. Three miles from Danville on the Hustonville Pike. This pike is new and smooth as 1 DESCRIPTION The 72 acre farm is nearly level, well watered and well fenced, 30 acres in corn, 5 acres in millet, balance in grass. A two story eight room dwelling, two halls and three porches, newly painted and papered, electric lights, located 200 yards from pike with beautiful avenue. This is, a SHOW PLACE. DESCRIPTION The 48 acres is just across the pike and has a new four room, metal roof, bungalow, with two porches, concrete cellar and cistern, large barn 30x60, everlasting water i 1 85 acres in corn, 20 acres in oats sown to clover, balance in grass, beautiful frontage on pike. Both of these farms are in a high class state of cultivation and are ready to make money on. Possession of all the land given at once. The man who buys now will save money and make money, as lands are going to sell a great deal higher this fall. NOW is the time for the thinking man to buy, whether he buys for a home or for speculation. Remember very few farms are now on the market, owners are holding for higher prices, but at this sale the bidders will fix the price as these farms will be sold to the "HIGH DOLLAR" with no Remember ten minutes from Danville, the best town of its size in Central Kentucky. These farms are located within a mile of two great trunk lines, the L. and N. and the Queen and Crescent. LOCATION RIGHT: IMPROVEMENTS RIGHT; LAND FERTILE: POSSESSION AT ONCE; EVERYTHING TO SUIT ANY buy-biddin- g. PUR-CHASE- R. and sold in from 20 to 100 acre tracts, or perhaps may be offered as a whole. In other words I always sell Each farm will be land to suit the bidders. At the same time and place will also sell for the owners of the land a lot of fine live stock and farming implements, consisting in part of shorthorn cow and calf, two two-yeold Aberdeen-Angu- s cows the following: two five year old shorthorn cows and calves, one six-yefour-yepound shorthorn cow, one black cow old Hereford cow and calf; one old shorthorn cow and calf; one 1200 with calves, one and one jersey cow to be fresh soon. These cows are practically pure bred and splendid individuals and heavy milkers. old work mare; one good driving mare; one pony; two fine Hampshire brood sows; seven One nine year old work horse, one seven-yea- r Hampshire shoats. Hampshire shoats; eight old black mare and colt, old work horse; one five-yeold work mules; one gentle driving mare; one six-yeOne pair of four-yea- r cows, one with young calf; five head of yearling cattle: one jersey heifer: four good steel's; one sow and subject to registration; four fine jersey eight pigs; two brood sows: two gilts. 2 drag harrows; four turning'plows; two cultivators; two good farm wagons; three bugFARMING IMPLEMENTS: two e wagon; alot of plows; plow gears, wagon and buggy harness, single and double. In fact mowing machine and hay rake, one gies; one everything used by an farmer. One cane mill and evaporator, two stands of bees; one cream separator, about 150 chickens and 150 young chicks; a lot of turkeys, geese, etc. Some household and kitchen furniture. THE SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE. PLENTY OF DINNER FOR EVERYBODY. Don't fail to attend as this will be the "BIG SALE" of the year in Boyle County and perhaps the LAST CHANCE to buy Boyle County land at public auction this year. For further particulars inquire of Mr. J. M. McGraw or Mr. S. Spradling, at the farms, who will take pleasure in showing the farms before . date of sale, or see sub-divided two-year-o- ld ar ar ar 90-pou- 60-pou- nd nd ar ar disc-harrow- s, one-hors- up-to-da- te The Real Estate Man. SWINEBROAD, Lancaster, Kentucky, The Central Record, Thursday, June 6 1918. TheCentral Record pyssriaijtartararisrrtarta incorporated, ssued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. . ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor nml Mgr. Entered ,1 lb I'o.t OBlce tn lAnctitrr. Ky., Steonit CUM Mat! Miltci Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lucuttr, Kr., Jost 6, 1918 Rates For Political Announcements Precinct and Citv OIIi:e ...$ E.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the inter-ea- t of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .. Obituaries, per line .05 For Por For For For For same style In which wedding parties started on honeymoons in the early fifties. The appearance of the vestreet camel much COLUMNS hicle on Fourth curiosity. amusement and 1 Just as the party alighted at The Seelbach, Capt. Baxter, who is an incurable wit, had the busier blow memorial services were "taps". Reautlful held by the local members of the The bride was Miss Hazel Paine, Bryantsville W. C. T. U., last Thurs- of Columbus, Gn. Lieut. Phillips is day afternoon, in honor of George a native of Lebano.i Ky. He Is at Canter, who lost his life on the tached to the Quartermaster's Corps, on May 16th. This splendid at the Remount station. ' Tin cerc- young man was 23 years old and a monv was performed last niirht at son of Mr. ami Mrs. Charlei Canter, 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. build-inBy accident he of Camp Nelson. at the Remount Station. A can vtr struck in the back of the hend opy of flowers arranged by soldiers by, apiece of metal an.l Instantly was swung from the rnfters In the killed. His remains were brought hall. Chaplain English, of the 330th to Nlcholasvillo last week nr. were Infantry, officiated nnd Lieut. Chas. accompanied by Lieut. Xcljon nnd Williams acted as best man. As a the deceased gunmntc. The rnrents token of the esteem In which he is received a beautiful letter from held by the enlisted men of his comLieut. Nelson, deploring the death mand a silver ten set was presented of their son, which was read nt the to the bridegroom nnd the officers services Inst Thursday, presented the couple with a Hat silver service. The old coach drawn by artillery horses wns the surprise which met the couple when they left the build- BIG CHAUTAUQUA KHAKI BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE No. 84. 205 ACRES, in Lincoln county, Ky., 4 mile off State pike, two Rood dwellings, subdivided into 12 fields, under the best of wire fences. This IntuI lnys well, two seta of improvements; nearly nil in clover nnd timothy crass. Not one acre of waste land anil is a bargain at $125.00pcr acre. No. 815. 221 ACRES, on pike in Garrard county, rijjht out in "society" tinder jtood fence, dandy 0 room dwelling, larjre tobacco anil stock bains, never fnilinjr water. You could plow on this farm with a tractor til the sun makes you sick. Good reason for selling nnd terms to suit: If you have $10,000 you can handle this Inrue well improved farm. It's priced rinht. No. 70. 245 ACRES, on pike, four miles from county sent, lime stone land, dandy ! room dwelling, large stock anil tobacco bams, one of the best improved farms. Land lnys well anil is water in abundance. This one nt $125. No. 101. 190 ACRES, in Garrard eounty, four miles of hustling village, churches, bank, graded .school. About 80 ncres bottom land; 40 ncres in sod; the entire farm lays jjently rolling nnd level, plenty of water: good 8 room dwelling anil large stock barn. This farm is just oil turnpike on county road and for a limited time only is priced at a figure that yoii can speculate on ntld make good money. No. 98. 145 ACRES, in Iloyle county, 4 miles of Danville, e smooth, land, about 20 ncres in sod, 40 ncres in wheat and sown to clover, 20 ncres hemp, balance com and tobacco. Good 0 room dwelling nnd new- li ncre tobacco barn; nil necessary has everlasting water supplied by Dix river and large pond. Beautiful location and right on pike. See this one before it is too late at $1115. per acre. No. 85. 200 ACRES, 2 miles of Lancaster, on pike, old C room dwelling, two good barns, tenant houses. This is sand stone land, nearly all in grass nnd is a money maker and priced to sell. 3-- I PROGRJMFOR '18 REDPATH MANAGEMENT ANNOUNCES GREAT ARRAY OF TALENT BINGHAM Liberty FORJOY m NIGHT. a, Belles Patriotic Grand Featuring Serjeant Program; g Wolff to Tell of Hit Thrilling Experiences On the French Front; Many Other Attract-tlons- . 1 FARMERS MEETING SATUR ing. Twelve officers were in the party." Sergeant William McCoy, colored, now stationed nt Camp Taylor, is at Billy home on a few days furlough. says the life of the soldier nt Camp Taylor is fine nnd they are being treated well by their superior officers. Most of .the Lancaster colored boys who left here about a month ago, are now in France. BAKER. Mr. James D. Baker, died Inst Friday night nt his home near Nina. after an illness of only a few days. The cause of his death being peritonbeing itis, caused probably from struck in the stomach by a win-fenc- e strecher which he was using a few days before. Mr. Baker was n prominent citi-enthat section of the count and was a prominent Mnson. He is survived by his wife and three chi'dren. Ro.-- s nnd Ed Baker, Mrs. Cronley Hupnl otok Mrs. Preston Snyder. place nt the Buckeye cemetery and was conducted by the Masonic lodge he hul l his of Kirksville, where membership. DAY AT THREE O'CLOCK TM 1918 Wheal Crop Must Be Thrashed - And Sared. The Government is urcently call ing for the earliest possible delivery of the 1918 crop of wheat. The sup ply from the 1917 crop is almost exhausted and in order to tret the new crop on the market at an early date the Federal authorities have in every appointed a committee County in the wheat growing belt. Dr. Wm. Elliott, J. E.Robinson, and Rogers composed County1 Agent what is called a Wheat Thrashing Committee for the County and they have railed a meeting of the owners of thrashing machines to meet the farmers at the Court House at 3 o'clock P. XI., next Saturday. The present crop of wheat promises to be the best raised in many years. The world is in greater need of our wheat crop than any other kind of food stuff. On account of the scarcity of labor the thrashing of this wheat crop in this County is going to be a problem to the farmers, as well as the thrashing machine operators, but by a close between them good results could be obtained. Every wheat grower of the County should attend this meeting with the view of organizing the County in order to get this crop of wheat thrashed and on the market. Don't forget this meeting. BREWER LAYTON. Friends here in Garrard and else where will be glad to hear that Lnyton, who arrived in Brewer France several weeks ago and for sometime v. as laid up in a hospital from an attack of measles, is now out again and has already joined his company. The above is a splendid likeness of the popular young man, whom his friends predict will make good on the foreign fields of battle. He is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Terrill Layton, of this county. .PROFESSOR CHAPMAN Speils To Teachers and Trustees. Last Saturday afternoon, the Mr. Reynolds had no means of es teachers and trustees of the rural Lieut. Frank L. Moye, Reserved cape and when the engine struck the schools of the county were highly Military Aviator, en to Camp truck, he was thrown abcut forty entertained by Prof. Virgil Chap- Dick, Dallas, Texas., route is visiting Mr. feet in the air. His skull was frac man, Supervisor of the Rural and Mrs. Robert Elkin, at "Elkin tured and his' body badly bruised and Schools of Kentucky. He spoke Moye is a grad- cut. He was hurried to the Robin very forcibly upon the Compulsory Place". Lieutenant of the School of Military Aero- son Hospital, but in spite of all that school law and impressed upon the uate University of Texas. could be done for him, he died Sat teachers the importance of seeing nautics, of the He had elementary and advanced urday afternoon without ever re that all children of school age attend flying Fields, near gaining consciousness. at Ellington every day. He thought that every Mr. Reynolds was only twenty-Ev- e thing possible should be sacrificed Houston, Texas. years of age, having lived near Piunt to win the war, but not to the detLieut, Colliver C. Dawes, son 'of Lcavell, Garrard county, for some riment of educating the children of Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Dawes, of years, only a few months ago he the country. He emphasized the coming into moved to Bcren. is rapidly importance of the teachers holding prominence He was n faithful member of the at Camp Zachary Taylor sessions every day in the week and in connection with athletic affairs. Baptist church and always tried to not to give way to every holiday, but Lieut. Dawes is athletic director of do what was right, and to live a to teach rhem the reason and his- the 33flth regiment at the camp, and christian should live. He was ai betory of such holidays. It was a most the Louisville papers compliment his loved by all who knew him and numexcellent address and no doubt that work very highly. A recent Issue of bered his friends by his acquainall present were inspired to put forth publishes an ex- tances.. the Courier-JournHe leaves n wife and a even greater efforts in behalf of e photo of Lieut. darling little baby only eight months cellent their respective schools tha'1 ever Dawes, with the following comment; old: also father, mother, one sister before,. i . fix "Lieut. C. C. Dawes is the regimen- and several brothers to mourn his tal athletic officer of thut unit, and loss. He had been married only is a man who is always on the alert about eighteen months, his wife beRESOLUTIONS. to see that his proteges get all that ing Miss Lell Coldiron, a daughter At the regular monthly meeting of is coming to them in an athletic way, of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Coldiron the board of directors of the Nation- He has been very successful in stimAfter funeral services at the Bap al Dank of Lancaster, held June 4th ulating interest in sports among the tist church, conducted by Rev. E. B. 1918, the following resolution was members. Recently Lieut. Dawes English, he was laid to rest In Hira unanimously adopted: took a detail of men from Camp cemetery, beneath a benutiful "Whereas, This board expresses Zachary Taylor to Camp Dodge, mound of flowers to await the comdeep regret at the death of Samuel where they participated in a dual ing of that Great Day, when he will D. Cochran, a director of the Na- boxing nnd wrestling tourney, a re- welcome those whom he has left for tional Hank of Lancaster, which oc- turn date for which is now being ar- only a little while X X. curred May 5th, 1918, ranged in favor of tno local ccinn." "Resolved, That by the death of NOTICE TO TEACHERS our associate director, Mr. Samuel The marriage of Lieut. James Cochran, V. the institution, of Phillips, well known here where he It Is very important to have the which he was a director, has suffered has many friends, was married at census of the district copied in the u great loss and those interested Camp Zachary Taylor last Saturday. new Record Books before the first contherein a most f conscientious Sunday's Courier-Journand July. Don't fail to come to day considerate guardian of their varied tained the following interesting ac- my of office on Saturday June 15th, interests; that our city has lost an count of the wedding. and make this copy. upright and influential citizen, who "In Henry Clay's old tullyho coach The salary for the new school always had the best interests of the Lieut. James W, Phillips rode last beginning July first, will be city at heart; a most affable and night to the Seelbach with his bride year, in September, aent from courteous gentlemen has been called of an hour before. Four great artil- according toFrankfort act of the Leg u recent to his final reward, and his memory lery horses drew the vehicle, while but no teacher can be paid will ever be cherished by all of the fellow officers rode inside and on top islature, until her record book is filled out people pf our community. of the antiquated vehicle. With a correctly In EVERY BLANK. Resolved further, That a copy of bugler sitting beside him, Capt. Roy Jennie Higgins, Supt. be sent to the family Baxter drove the this resolution Perhaps a similar wedding procesthe deceased, a copy to the Cenof A bunch of keys, with FOUND; Owner tral Record, and the the same re- sion has not gone through Louisville small bra' tag attached. corded In the record book of the streets ainco days, but ran have tame by calling at this Bank. the vehicle minus the finery Is the office. half-tonante-bellu- Sergeant J. W. Swope, of Camp REYNOLDS. Taylor, spent Sunday with his home- folks. He belongs to the Lincoln On last Friday May 24th, About Division, which will be transferred fi:00 C M., n very accident oc to Camp Sherman, Ohio, this week, curred, while Mr. Robert Reynolds and from thence, will soon be sent and Mr. Wagers had been delivering over there". goods for Welch's Department store. the railroad Glass B. Carrier, who enlisted at Attempting to cross Ft. Thomas, about three weeks ago near the Berea Depot the truck has been sent to the Mexican border. which was driven by Mr. Reynolds He is pleased with the life and was struck by an extra engine which would be glad to hear from his was on the track, but which they did friends. His address is. Camp Ste not see until too late. Mr. Wagers wart, 10th, Recruit Troop, Ft. Bliss, saw the engine in time to jump and received only slight injuries. Drop him a line girls. Texas. Bigger and better than ever of even than the great program 1917, this season's Chautauqua here, according to the Redpath mnr.nge-mcn- t, is to eclipse them nil. Sergeant Bernard S. Wolff, forevcr-lnstiiimerly of the 13th Regiment of Engineers (U. S. A.), is to tell the remarkable story of his Intensely Interesting experiences in the grcnt wnr. Under fire, three weeks In n French hospital, discharged for physical di ability, and torpedoed on his way home, were some of the thrilling ml Ser ventures which befell him. geant Wolff has been through the mill nnd tells just the things the nv lime-stonerage man wants to hear. Redpath patrons who remember Singing Party the Kellogg-llaine- s will be pleased to know that the Montague Light Opera Singers will this season present selections from the favorite light operas such as "The Mikado", "Robin Hood". "The Red .Mill" and "Madame Butterfly", all of which are given in special cosA complete operetta, "A tume. No. 05. 104 ACRES, sand stone land, 1 mile of main Japanese Romance" will nlso be giv- turnpike, close to graded school, churches, bank, and is well special feature in the pretty en as a improved; has dandy G room dwelling, new 4 room dwelling, costumes of the flowery kingdom, two large new tobacco barns. Young man here's your chance, will "Loyalty to the Home Town" (land adjoining this and fronting the turnpike sells for 5175 by Charles Howard be discussed per Plattenburg, n recognized authority you acre).10 We will make terms to suit nnd set this one in to at Si if you will act now. His articon community problems. subjects !)0. les on this nnd kindred 44 ACRES, rolling lime and sandstone Innd, 2 miles Mr. of Lancaster, on pike, smull house and barn, good hae had a wide circulation. land, plenty Plattenburg does not merely tell of water and under good fence. This is good land and think what ought to be done. He tells of it! $125 per acre. No. 10'.'. 170 ACRES, just olf pike. Close to schools and churchef. what actually has been done tn many cities in the way of making proems. land lays well, nearly all in grass. Dandy lmproements. 100. per acre He emphasizes the value nf civic We can also show you some very attractive dwelling and I shows loyalty and an iefinitely how to mnku efficient use city lots: also some business properties netting the owners 7 per cent. If it's real ItKAL ESTATK and you want to (Jo of civic energy. The Liberty Belles, orescnting n Over the Top, we have it and will put you there. grand patriotic program o.t the last day of the Chautauqua, have twice toured the army camps as one of companies. Uncle Sam's Smileage THE REAL They are a singing orchestra of nine ESTATE AGENCY, clever, versatile girls who, together LANCASTER, KKNTUCKY. ami individually, give a stirring rapid-fire program of mirth, music and song. The girjs nppear the latter partof the evening in military costume and thrill the people with the lively, swinging rythm of our martial airs, in a most fitting patriotic ensemble. A new lot of field fence Just received. Bet"Adam Going to School" will be the subject used by William Forkell, get it while you can. who Is a dynamic speaker with a message ami also has the happy faculty of presenting tiin nn interesty period ing way. During the beginning September 1, 1917, Mr. Forkell spoke 108 times for Uncle Sam and from January 1, to April 1, MANSE, KENTUCKY. he spoke oer 150 times for the to Thiril Liberty Loan in addition his regular lecture work. The music of the opening day will be furnished by the Fnirrhild Ladles and Quartet, talented vocalists skilled instrumentalists. Their program will include a pleasing variety of vocal and instrumental quartets, and iulin, cello, soprano, piano, D. A. THOMAS FARMERS LOOK. ter Gox & Ledford contralto boIos, readings, pinnlo's, numbers, uml in- whistlingwlnstling PUBLIC SALE FURNISHINGS AND LIVE STOCK. strumental ducts nnd solos. Ralph Ilingham, America's foremost platform humorist, and one of the world's grcate.t funmnkers, will uppenr on the third night of the Chautauqua in n "Joy Night" supreme. Mr. Bingham's appearance will be looked forward to by old and young alike for his fun is contagious nnd none can resist it. For more than 30 years Mr. Ilingham has been entertaining the American people and his name has become almost a household word. The Christine Giles Company is a trio of skilled musicians presenting high class selections, both instrumental nnd vocal; piano, violin, nnd flute being the instruments used. Chrisviolinist and sotine prano, is tho talented wife of Ralph Bingham. Detective Harry J. Loose, nn active member of the Chicago Police Department and on n furlough only long enough to cover the Chautauqua circuit, will discuss "Crime nnd Its Prevention" on the third afterMr. Loose has made many noon. hundreds of arrests and successful prosecutions in the Municipal, State and Federal courts and Is in a position to speak authoritatively. The children's work will begin on the first day and under the direction of a capable young lady they will present a grand patriotic pageant, In on the fourth special costumes, OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD I will, at the old home of L D. Baker, on Back Creek, on Saturday, June 15th, at 10 a.m. sell the following described property. One bay mare, 3 yearling calves, 1 sow and four pigs, weighing from 25 to 30 pounds; 1 sow and eight pigs weighing from 45 to 50 pounds; 1 young cow; 1 cow and calf. TERMS made known on day of sale. EDD night. BAKER, Administrator. The Central Record, Thursday. June 6. 1918. M Blouses, Summer PARASOLS--in Materials Were , Never Prettier Wash Skirts, Slippers and Gloves. Beautiful Designs and Striking Colors. The House of Quality. in FIT RITE SILK Petticoats. Two Horse Corn Drills The Joseph Mercantile Co The One Price Store $50.00 Oliver and John Deere Cultivators S50. Each John Deere Mowers $70.00, Malta Double Shovels $4.75. Disk Harrows $5U.uu Sinuuihini! Hnrrows iZ. House Paint $3 00 per tfnlloii. American (iOc Niitionnl Fence I Gossip About People vvv A Miss Maurine Gott, nf Richmond, guest of her aunt, Mrs, L. N. Miller. is the Mrs. Joe Nevius of Danville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Eliza Hill. Mrs. Classified Column. Mrs. J. It Sellman, of Nicholas-villeis here for a visit to Miss Minnie Ilrown. Mulfinger spent tile week , end in Itichniond, with her daughfr Mrs. Booth Dyehouse. . FOR SALE: Brld Mention ol lh Com!ni and Cjomjt by Thoic Wt Art Inlrmlld In. foot. roil. J A Swnpe, it spending several days in Lexington nml Cincinnati. Mr. G. M. Lyons has returned from a business trip ti Frankfort. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. (M. Miss Jane Bell, of Nicholas ilic, We arc standing a good Aberdeen Miss Annie Margaret Klkin of is the charming and attrctivc visiLexington, spent last Thursday with tor of Miss Mattie McGrath Adams. Angus Bull, at $1.50. Walker and George D. Robinson. her homefolks. Miss Joan Mount has returned after n very delightful visit to relaYour Bonds arc ready for delivLittle Misses Maymc and Grace Milby, of Lebanon, arc the guests of tives and friends in Lagrange and ery at the National Bank. Frankfort. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. Mrs. A. II. Milby. plants. All kinds of garden I. P. Thompson. J J S. HATFIEbD, j '( ()ir"' t,,M,nc, a;,-,- Dentist. 1 IIONr.S . licinciistcr, lv?. I l, (!) Shoes and Oxfords I; 1:1 i ,i Let us save you money on them i Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. I 111 I 3( II IE 31 IE OFFICIAL 3 PREST-O-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. 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and BumNew per, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. $175.00. One Ton Trailer, New, The Danville Buick Qo L. I). CONN. Proprietor. Walnut Street. It DC acme Danville, Kentucky. 31 IE .Miss Martha Tinder, of Notth Misses Marie and Hazel Walker, I have thirty acres of clover hay, Mix Snllie I.utz was n visitor in of lluckeye, arc the guests this week Middletown, is visiting her sister, I wish to have cut on the shares. ComMiss Delia Tinder, during Stanford anil Crab Orchard Sunday. of Miss Elsie Brown. G. A. Swinebroad. mencement. Mrs. Frank Browning and little Prof. J. W. Cook of Stcrncs Ky., FOR SALE: Sweet potato plants Mr. Leonard Preston of Glasgow, has I'ton the guest of Miss Mattie son, Robert, are in Lebanon, this all varieties; 35 cents a hundred by was the guest during Commencement week, visiting her parents. I.utz. R. P. ISON, of Miss Mary Lee Lear, who was one parcel post. Buena Vista, Ky. Mrs. Joanna Hall has returned of the graduates of the High school. Dr. J. J. Purslcy of Louisville, was the guest of Mr. A. P. Sanders and from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. FOR SALE: One six year old Miss Mattie Adams and her little Bohon Camploll, at Stanford. family Sunday. of work mule and 100 bales of good friend. Miss Grace Hughes, J. B. Woods, Mr. Gilbert Morgan of Hudson, Mr. John M. Carpenter left Mon- Sharpsburg, arrived Monday night timothy hay. Manse, Ky. Ohio, is the guest of his father, Mr. day for his home in Bed Bock, Okla.,, for a visit to Mrs. N. McGrath. Green Morgan. after a delightful visit to Garrard Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rankin, Mr. and FOR SALE: Monroe roadster relatives. Miss Katherine llourne of Danville Mrs. Jonathan Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. automobile. In good condition, was the truest of the Misses Acton, Messrs William Kinnaird, Edwin Creed Simpson, and Mr. Hedge, of with self starter. Will sell cheap. for the week end. Walker, and Harry Baincy, of M. M. Indiana, were very delightfully en- CC3t. W. T. King. I., Millersburg, arc at home for the tertained Sunday, by Mr. nnd Mrs. Prof. J. V. Cook, Misses Lutz, FOR SALE: One John Ocere Hayden Leavell. Phelps and Williams, were visitors vacation. coiiiii-tiogasoline Hay preis. Gooi rein Danville, Monday. Mrs. Katherine McMakin has Miss Edna Berkcle of State UniHenry Moore, versity, is spending the vacation turned to her home in Simpsonville, Camp Nelson, Ky. Dr. 11. F. Walter of Jit. Vernon', with her aunts. Misses Allie and after spending several weeks with spent Sunday and Monday with his Leavy her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ArDunn. For Sale: 100 barrels of corn In wife and daughter. nold. She was accompanied home shuck, near Judson, Ky. Mr. Will Bice Anion, of State Uni- by little Miss Roberta Katherine N. II. Bogie' Lexington, Ky. Mr. W. C. McKlhannon of Louisis at home with his parents, Bichmond. ville, spent Sunday with .Mrs. Mary versity, Dr; and Mrs. J. A. Amon, for the Jones, nnd family. Miss Florence Johnson has revacation period. Poland China RegFOR SALE: turned from State University and istered boar. A good, one and in Mr. Sam Wjltcr who is here from Mrs. Frank Howard of Hunkwllc, will spend the vacation with her splendid shape for service. California, spent a few days in StanOhio, and Mrs. Calvin Nevius, of mother, Mrs. I.ula She Johnson. ford, the past week. S. W. Morgan, Stanford, Route 4. Stanford, were guests of Mrs. John was accompanied home by her friend Prof, Milton Elliott, wife and Walter, last week. Miss Florence Brown, who was her bright little baby, are the guest of OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED Washburn, Miss Jennie after guevt for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Klliott. DONT MATTER IF BROKEN. spending the winter In Granville, Gn, Clayton Misses and Elizabeth h per set. Also We pay up to Mrs. Kmily Prewitt has returned is the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. J Irene Waltz of Lexington, Ruth cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken home after several weeks visit with Price, for a few days. and Jewelry. Anna Broaddus of Wilmore, Check sent by return her daughter, Mrs. Mary Jones. .Mrs. Maurice Ashley and bright Mac Powell, Georgia Moss end Mr. mail. Goods held 10 days for senders Clayton Samples Shelbyville, (approval of our offer. Mazcr'a Tooth of Mrs, Jesse Arnold of Frankfuit, little son Maurice Sanford, of Lex will arrive this week for u visit to ington, are visiting her parents, Mr. were entertained at a six o'clock Specialty, Dept. A., 2007 S. fith St.. dinner) Sunday nt the country home Philadelphia, Pa. and Mrs. I.. J. Sanford. her mother, Mrs. Kllen Bettis. of .Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Ray. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Davis, of Paint Miss Mary Kllen Farley was the Cremo Dairy Feed will miU jour Lick, and Miss Annie Belle Ballard, guest of Dr. and Mrs. II. It. Montgomery, at Paint Lick, the past week have been spending several days in cow give more millk. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Louisville, with relatives. PROCESS Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird is in LouisMrs. H. C. T. RienniotiJ left Wedville, this week to sec her son, Lieut. JUNIOR RED CROSS Virgil Kinnnird and Mrs. Kinnaird. nesday for Louisville, wher she w.ll be joined by Mrs. McMakin, for a It was n privilege Indeed to have Miss Margaret Carr, has returned visit to friends in Oakland City, lnd. seen the contribution of sewb.g f.'cm to her home in St. Louis after .Mrs. C. II. Clark Grain your old floors to look like rew nnd children. the Junior Red Cross department cf weeks (Hay with Mr. Joo Franis hardwood. Mary and C. W Jr, ami Mr. James the Graded School, nt the workeasily waihablc, sanitary, cis. spent last room of the R;d Cross last week. Bourne, of Lexington, applied and coils about 2 cents a The pupils in each grade lu.ve 1.. lcounty. Lcam about square foot. Mr. Henry Thomas of Lexington, Sunday with relatives in the ien part in thii, and tlio sewing l ai. varniihrl. rniint i and ointr was the guest of his brother, Mr. D. Miss Mary Ellen Farley who nns Lorn supervise I hy ly the teenier. tfy nauhes lor home use. A. Thomas, for several das the past been the clficient trimmer durin; The beautiful blue and pink outv week, store the past reason, for Mr. G. M, Lyons fits for babies dainty and sweet m lot lilt r will liach toa ta la Mr. and Mrs, Pendleton ICox and has returned to her home in Bryants witli sachet, but sweeter far, because giala In ihIdhici, Irtr. t ail toarJ l eoa learaieauiita family, were in llarrodsburg, Sun- ville. of the tender sympathy and undertftaltt known lot ffcict la a localur alwan high. griJt itrvU al ittiiita mm bo 4 it. day, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will standing evinced by the pupils in Friends of Mrs. J. C. Baily will re. Tb Obi VuaUb C., CItftlud Tatem. s so ingret to learn of her illness, at her their work. The teresting and well made, handkerMrs. John Hicks nnd (laughter, homo on Lexington street, but we chiefs neatly hemmed, the pillows so Miss Luvcrne, and Miss Isabella hope to see her restored to good soft and white, made by the very Sanford, were visitors In Danville, health again soon. youngest children All this will Saturday. Miss Faye Acton, came home last mean far more to the homeless little i or th 'ir Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph spent Sun- week from Lexington to sea her sis- ones than the workers day in Louisville, with her son, Mr. ter, Miss Florence Acton, who grad- teachers can ever know. the Lancaster High Adolph Joseph, who is stationed at uates from The poet has said, and we with We ire for the School Thursday evening. htm often enough, "Who can tell product delusive aprntithe national magaCamp Tii) lor. i advertised in baby thinks" but surely the zines. We know their worth by actuat test W, K. Warner, Misses Essie what a Mrs. Miss Dolly Miller rOs returned to jjjt at we (elect every article in our stock. "gossamer like" In the minds of the her home In Bowling Green, after Burch, Owsley and Demster, of Stans "over there" must regisguests of Miss VirCfcUrtimtl Color Vwtithes alt the trimming season, with Miss ford, were the a thought of what peace and (lft4ff iofl, w4ik t4 lafti ginia Bourne, Friday evening and ter Minnie Ilrown. tin. plenty mean, and the gift will bring attended the Senior Play. Aula FuUta la fUx dreams of n home where angets Misses Jennie and Nellie Cox and aaiifa(ia. iIom U 8 a bra sail. Wii a4 vtaiiaf Mrs. William Gorrigue, of New abide. Mr, II. L. ilailey motored to Huston-vill- e pratf. God bless our Junior Red Cross, Sunday, they were accompan- York City, arrived Monday night, Furtitora pallsk for several Its faithful teachers. Its able DirecttUu iaia If laialiait. t ied home by Miss Sarah Meeser, who and will be the guest will be the Misses Cox's visitor for weeks of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. or and all who work and pray for Store. Peace. J, B. Conn, on Bichmond street. several days. 30-2- t. 23-3- t. n. I ACINiNO f, i scrap-book- Ittl-ltt- McRobertsOrug The Central Record. Thursday, June 6, 1918. A SAFE TEST. remedy ( BUCKEYE Miss Linda Locker is i Danville visiting iricntis. Mrs. Lourl N'ocl and family visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Mites, recently. .Miss Mary Ktta Whittakcr spent with Miss ltarbara Gul n few ley, last week. and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Versa! s.mi, tlsitetl Mr. and Mrs. Dronston Locker recently. Mr. Harry Cieen of Danville, is spending the week with hi cotuin, Mr. Frank Culley. LIms, Sand, Cement, Kock, Brick, Salt. Hudson, Mughe and Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel isited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schooler, recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark leaves Tuesday for n visit with frieiuls and relatives in Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cotton mid children, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins with his parents, spent the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jenkins. Rev. D. V. Sebastian will till his regular appointment here Sunday morning and Saturday afternoon, Mrs. W. II. Gulley and Uai'rjhter, Miss Barbara, visited Mrs 1 If nicy Whittakcr at Kirksville, las', wevk. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Edv.srd and LET US TO The Cultivator You Hear About ""THERE arc a lot of cultivators on tho market. Some are good others not so good. But then: is one that neatly every farmer ha3 heard about International No. 4 Fivol Cultivator lion. Every man that has a boy of M or over ought to P'Jt htm in tha fisli vith a No. 4. Chances are lie will beat hi daj at Join; a clean j jb. You can dodge in crooked row and clean out the vrreds In a way that riH urpriae you. Thu Is because the wheel pivot and the pan ss shift with one alight motion of the foot. Easy? It is the simplest cultivator you ever rode on. You can change the cultivating width without stopping the team. Just a twist of the wrist. Tho only way to aatisfy yourself that we are not stretching the truth and atso to learn about-thmany other exclusive features of the No. 4 U to coma and taLe a lok at our samples. fn Every man that has ever used an International No. 4 is ready to say a good word for itsclcanworlc and easy opera i)oa:i' hi.nty 1'i.U They uro by .itronRly recommended I ! t:r people. V M. Unr.one, Crab Orchard St., I nr.cn(er anys: "My kidneys wvre ! .rrcnuUr n notion and the icmnry I fecrctlon contains! sediment. I an pa r. through my bock an 1 sides over, I could and after I rtooped '.!..! stmitrhten up. i used Doan's Kidney l'ills and rtiey completely relieved me of Ml the trouble." SitcVnt jr;tn February 0 t0t2) On November 17, 1K10, Mr. said: "I gladly confirm all I said in my former endorsement of 1 have very Dean's Kidney Pills. now, litilo trsuble v.ith mj kn.r.e but when I do, I can depend on Donn's Kidney l'ills, for they always relieve me." Don't Price CCc, at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that I'oster-Milbur- n Mr. Zanone had. Co., Mfim., Kutfalo, N. Y. MANSE. Mrs. Willie Ithodus is very sick. Mrs. John Huberts has been very ill. of n !i. are In need us nml fur kiJnej trouble tarkuehe, r la u gao" nlan to try ror th LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Litfht. ti is-"- 1 Vi a m BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, . Ky. National and Local Meat Business The meat business of the country is conducted by various agencies By small slaughter-house- s in villages By local Abattoirs or small Packing Houses in towns both Using only a part of the local live stock supply Mrs. Ilosj Robinson is Improving very' elcwly. Mrs. Lizzie? ilrauphton is the KUt f her brother, Mr. William Mnrth brxkp. Mi; ' l.iszie Anderson is iutHt: her aiv:. Mrs. Ci. A. BalbtrJ ' Mr. and Mrs. llurdctt MarshbunVs spent Sunday, uith his sister, Mrs llomer Highland. Little Mi"i Willie Mae M.irsn- banks, spent Sunday, wit'. Mis Wil-- . lie Gaines Anderson. Mr. Wesley Calico has been the I 'KUest of his sister, Mrs. Chat Icy Friend, at !tecnna, Ky. Quite a shock was Riven to the frier.dj and loved ones when it was learned that Mr, Robert Reynolds of llerea, formerly of this place, had , been struck by a fast train and only I lived a short while. He leaves to I mourn his loss a devoted wife and father, one i little son, also a mother, sister, Mrs. Wm. Mnrshbanks and j several brothers. The Lord has said, "Blessed are they that mourn shall be comforted." , for they I I attractive little daughter, hue returned home after a two weeks mt with her father. Mr. M iiry of Mnscn county. Redpath mm Dhautauqua 11 i Tosrtiiie!c 9 TV LTEsliHiErFia jmaim unmuw iHHWigai oMmiMBiKiitai the cold. Stops the couh. relief take Dr. Kinri New Discovery. I'vil50)cars. Chtx( -- v Try it. VACATION DAYS. NEW :k5 rS hind's ' V LIBERTY BELLS Grand Singing Orchestra . aVl ss In a Stirring Patriotic Program H W Jti f- V- k for Coughs s Colds The Evils f CoDilipitioa Lea ing waste material in the boily oiwns the stem ami blood and males ynu liable to sick headaches, biliousness, nervousness and muddy skin. Try Dr. Kjng's New Life Pills. Prompt relief. . ; At all ilrutsiits. RALPH BINGHAM UA S Japanese Detective In Jov Nidht SUPREME Romance" From Leading Oper.is In Specuil Costtttnes nml Seleftiotu MONTAGUE LIGHT OPERA SINGERS HAMMACK Mr. McKlnley McQuerry is with home folks this week. Mr. J. L. Parsons lost a good jer- sjy cow, one day last week Mrs. lien Sipple has gone to Whit ley county, to visit relatives. Miss Estella Hammacl: cf l.e-l- ie Mich., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ilammacit. this week. from this A number of people neighborhood attended the children day at Level Green church, Sunday. HRYANTSVILLE Dr. B. C. Rose spent a few days in Louisville, last week. Miss Jane Bowling lia hcu visiting friends at Mlllcrso'.ir.r. Flour in sacksi Corn m.al in sacks Hudson, Hugh. and Farnau. Miss Mayme Lee llallurd war the guest of relatives in Lexington lut week. Mrs. Hannah Sweeney has been suffering from an attack of rheumatism. Rev. G. S. Conant and Mrs. Con-nn- t, of Wilmore, spent the week-en- d here with friends. Mrs. W. J. Ilogan expects to go to Lexington, in a few days for a tay with her daughter, Mr. W, T, Woolfork. Mrs. Nathan Noe, and grand daughter, Miss Creech, of Camden, Ohio, are visiting Messrs John and Taylor Noe. Rev. G. S. Conant came over from Wilmore Thursday afternoon and held a "memorial service" at the Methodist church. Mrs. It. C. Rose, was hostess at an elegant dinner, Sunday, to u number of relatives in )ionor of Mrs. Crawford, of Jackson. Mrs. Emma Crawford and little grand-daughtelittle Miss Jane Cuywood Hargls, of- - Jackson, , are the guest of Mrs. G. B. Rose. Mr. and Mrs. B. li. Hnteoinh. and Mis Mriy Belle Halcom.i'n'so .Mi:. J, llopan llallurd, utte'ided the ".Sin-io- r play" at Lancaster, Friday evening, Mrs, Mclindu Duncan, wife of Mr. William Duncan, died at her home mar hero Saturday nftcr a lingering illnesa of several w.'ehs. Tho funeral services were conducted at the residence tiunday afternoon at two o'clock, followed by burial in She U the Nicholasvillc cemetery. survived by one eon, Mr. Harrison Duncan, and a daughter, Mrs. Blake-- r rn, ur.d her husband, - Thrilling Experiences from the Battle Front in France SERGEANT WOLF MUSIC and DRAMA Paramount Entertainers HARRY J. LOOSE An Active Member of the Chicago Police Force in a Time- ly Lecture. and Furnishing only a part of the local demand for meat. These slaughtering and distributing agencies fill a well defined but necessarily restricted place in the distribution of the products of live stock. But only packers like Swift & Company, organized on a national scale, are able to undertake the service that is more vitally important, involving LANCASTER MAN SAVES FAIRCHILOS LADIES QUARTET Vnrieil 1'rogram MANY OTHER Both Vociil anil Instrumental. BRIGHT AND WIFE IN NICK OF TIME "My wife was unable to eat even the lightest food, and had fallen away to a living skeleton. She could not even keep doctor's medicine on her stomach and was tortured with of a pain. On the recommendation friend I bought a bottle of Mayr'a is an j Wonderful Kemedy an l sne j right now and has gained forty pounds." It is u simple, harmless piepnration that removes the ca- tarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation 'which causes practically all stonmcb, One dose will coning appendicitis. On) dose will von-dii- e ing appendicitic. or money refnrded. K. E. McROUKRTS, Druggist. LEVEL GREEN. ENTERTAINING FEATURES. An Obligation to the Producer To purchase for spot cash all the live stock the producer may send to market for slaughter. Season Tickets If Bought Before the Opening Day ADULTS These Prices do njt include the 10 per cnt War Tax which will be collected for the (iiivernment nt the gate. $2.00. CHILDREN $1.00. An Obligation to the Consumer To make available to every con- sumer, everywhere, in season and out, the full supply and variety of meat products, of the highest standard that the market affords. Year Boole ol interesting and Instructive facts sent on request. . Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois See Detailed' Program md Newspapers for Hours and Other Information. Jlisj Katie Clark who has been .ry ill. is some better at this time. Mr. and Mis. Jim Chainey were Mrs. Henry t'.ie guests of Mr. and Green, Sunday. Mr, G. M. Green and family were the cujsta of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swift & Company, U. S. A. a lirecn, recently. .'ir and Mrs. Newby and children f N'cwby, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I'hoJus, Saturday .and Sunday. Mrs. Shockley and Miss Kate Kinnalrd, were the guests of Mrs. Flora Robinson, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Campbell and children, spent Saturday and Sunday grand-daught- the home drink Popular nt soda fountains, restaurant! and cafes. Bevo has also foilnd a welcome place hi the home. A healthful drinU for the family dclishtful to ths ptcst- - xnale3 good thing to est tast? bitter. A ujsHt-- i nenu for Sunday supp:ri Swl ptl or srtm c' rerpcro. ttuITed with cream cl:ets9 an-- chopf"t nun mca. . M,s;rtJ oil lettuce leaves Frcncli irouilni: tpjJtcJ cracLtra Uevo lor eA'trj'ons. A bivrrago that tastes lilts no otlwr saft tlrfaU. ?ur, f II W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone!33. Lanpaster, Kentucky. with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Robinson. Mr, and Mrs. Marion Ilouiithell and children spent Sunday with M and Mrs. K. E. Kstridge and family There will be u pie supper at Woodt View school house Saturday night June 8th. Everybody Invited, comeand bring a pic. Quite a number of people were out for the Children! Day exercises Sunday afternoon, and a neat little sum was contributed to for Foreign Missions, this being the object of the day. r.u',r!Uous. Bsvo ths soft drlnJs. Served cveo'wre faaiilies supplied by crocers, drujs'.rts or dealers. f MUMM NHIITPY CUE down a chick's throat cures few tha Saues. A waterdrops la anu cares preventa cholera, diarrhoea andothercblckdlieasem One toe bultla makes It calloni ol medlcloe at all Jruielsta. Uamplaand booklet onT'Ula-easesVowli" seat rUKB. id tfjnuicuiWancaa'.'.W.nuWr' Anheuser-Busch St. Loub Crab Orchard Bottling Co. Distributors CRAB ORCHARD, KY. llaselden Brothers. Iru Ca. tuliVa. 1 The Central Record. Thursday. June 6 19 IS. 7 If you do this. with KOR-KER mil 111 GUNNS CHAPEL. Mrs. Hobart Tenter hne been quite ill. Mr. nml Mrs. Naylor have chrls. teneil their young son, Charles Rus-- 1 If you wr.nt Rnsplierrlcs plitre Wal.on Mors. your order NOW. Mr. ami Mr. J. It. Sparks nn ' family attended church at I'lensani I HOW Carnival Week at Lancaster. J'OTE 10th to 15tli ONE WEEK OF GOOD SOLID. WHOLESOME FUN. 15-Hi- gh BAND Glass Attiactions-1- 5 CONCERTS DAILY. DONT FORGET THE DATE. Catering to the Ladies and Children. BENEFIT SOLDIERS TOBACCO FUND yjw nil " ii hi ii ii i hi wwmmM i hiii 1 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR! frig e rat or 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 guaranteed to give satisfaction. By actual test it preserves food beter and requires at least 3 less ice than any other refrigerator built. We are showing them this season in the White Enamel, Porcelain and Zinc lines; in all sizes ranging in price from $10.00 on up to $50.00. 1-- Hill, Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Land and Mm John !.und visited Mr. &nd Mrs. Kl Naylor, Wednesday. Rev. N. (!. Young filled his appoint ments at the M. E. Church Saturday, evening nml Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Chns. Grow ami en Puncture Cure Iniullinc Kor-Kspent Sunday at Tcntcrsville with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow. .Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sebastian en- -' tcrtained n number of friends and relatives Saturday ami Sunday. Qjitc n number from this community attended the Sunday School Drive a naH Into your tire. Tull It Convention in Lancaster Saturday out and with ono revolution of your wheel tie t wtetvrr will It Mr. and .Mrs. E. II. Chandle' of Lancaster enmc down Saturday for, ftrmantntty uattJ, a few days visit with friends r id re!- -' Your tires will always a lives. to at proper inflation Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Trice and half lift tirtj thai trait several members of their family tr trtdl Jnun ft.ut!jf. week-en- d with were here for the No matter how skeptical you can't ' relatives. doutt after such a test, can you? Kor-Kc- r Puncture Test Leftincton Grren, Pettin and Mammoth Yellow Soy Meant, fine brown whip cow Peat, Tennenee Millet. Crinuon Clover Rape teed. Red. Orange and Arrber cane teed for a!e Distributor for Garrrird County. Kudton. Hushes and Farnau. Misses Iva nn.i I.cnnn Hollon left whj Montgo M. Lcur'.ny Monday for a iwo wicks stay nt r.is bi'ii .. . fcr some u t i IU .el Green. S...IIV .';mi.s r r i t!m, s nh'e to t, cn c.'c. points. Mrs. rran.. l.nnd. Mise Harr . r. Duncan, and wife, Inez; Land nml Lei.aa Hollon, were in if V. ;lTjore. l.rs. Irvin Illaken-.an- , Lancaster Sunday, to hear Dr. Jop- - j' ar ! ch '. .nn, cf Bucna Vlj'a, have 'aon here tlie pet week at the bed-u- v hi at the Christian Church. cf ihur mother, Mrs. William .Mrs. J. A. Cox, cf Duncan. V.'. Va., wriicc: I? "My daughter . . V.io'e present for th-.- . funeral of! Ehs ccuM Mi? William Duncan, Sunday, from! not turn in bed . . . the a distance, were Mr. and Mrs. Sam doctors cave her up, 2nd Tuncan, and Mr. Jas. Johnson of vc brcagM licr home to N'icholasville, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. die. SI" h2d suffered so Vandcrpool and Mrs. Murphy and Havmuch at . . . ti- -e. sister) daughter, (Mrs. Duncan's ing liecrJ cf Csrdul, we from Lexington. PUNCTURE-CUR- E (America's Standard Tim Treatment) Yoi can tcft our claims very auleklr. Y.'UJ1 knotr nhttfnUly that you can t t on c lens rl! from pune-lir-e Turthcr Korkc Is a pnmvMv 0 orr ami v. , l elvo your tutea Ihretold i.fe. vo have analytical chcmlrt'a rrpoui to this ertrct and our oan aeven years' tests besides. Inner tubes tc tfciiM with Korktr fiur years ngo en aft In us 3 aid leant There ll M nt tlD'ja t thanrtvtlouwtti. It you want ti arnure youraelf that ouitcr seals i'unci'jr.i You can do J. B. SANDERS, Hyattsviile, Kentucky. Stiff Joints rSoreM uscles MT. HEBRON Mr. Joeph Wicks rcmainj ill. Quite a number of folks hare been fishing nt Lock S, the past week. Mr. Ear Grow was in Danville the past week, having his eyes treated. If you want Raspberries place Walton Mos your order NOW.' Mrs. Ella Dean of Mnrccllus spent last week with .Mr. nml Mrs. A. S. Deane, Mr. Ernest Montgomery soli! to Mr. DoJil, of N'icholajvii.';, two cows price $90. per henil. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Teater ami children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hicks, Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Otho Montgomery and little daughter, of Frankfort, ..ere with his parents Sunday, Cremo Dairy Fcrd will make your cow give more milk. Hudion, Huhe and Farnau. Mr. L. E. Speaks sold Thursday to n Mr. Reynolds of Nicholasvll'c. hunch of fat hogs at lCc per lb I Rev. D. F. Sebastian filled his apSunday. Sunday v cninK ho pave a lecture on liii trip to the Southern Baptist Convention a Hot Springs. Arknnsns,which was very much enjoyed by the audience, and also very instructive, as we now know more of what the Southern liaptist are doing for the cause of Christ. EOtitfcrlicr." pointment here y The Woman's Tonic "In a tew days, the began to improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had na trouble at . . . Cardui cured her, and vc sins its praises everywhere." We receive many thousands of similar' letters every year, telling of the good Cardui has cone for women who suffer Iron complaints so common to their sex. It chould do you good. too. Try Cardui V After several months of intense sulfering, Mrs. Mnlinda Duncan,, wife of Mr. William Duncan, departed thi life Saturday morning. She was OS years of age, was a member of the Christian church and had always-lived in and near this community. She leaves a husband, two children and grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted at the home Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock by Rev. Nutter of Xicliolasville. In. terment in Nicholnsville cemetery. Much sympathy is expressed for the bereaved family by their many friends here. Fcr House Plants. M'londl'l fertilizer for nil pot plants and rversrn may le made (n this way: PKvolre one enn of lye In two gatlmis of water; put In enouch bones to innki n thick, cruty mn". A few sponnfuN of this In your wnterlnc pot mice a week will give u wonderful A lJ Sapp-Slaton Furniture SUCCKSSOItS TO A. F. WHKEI.KR FURN'TURK CO. Co. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. result True Friend Beyond Price. The most Messed reality In human life Is a friend who understands and enn companion your heart. Pon't alout low nurM'lf to wear your alone with anxiety or grief. 'The friends tliou hast, and their ndoptlon tried, grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel." A true friend will nao our f oul alive. PR1C SOAR Enter contract now for your buildings for the year and Take This Great Prescription For Your Stomach, Liver and Kidney Troubles. This wonderful Vin Hepatira rcscription, is Nature's own remedy for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, and wo want you to try it. It is made from Nature's own medical roots, herbs, barks and berries, whose healing and curntivo properties hsyp been ltnown to tha medical profession for centuries yet never combined Into one Kreat medicine until recently, when modern discovered the ts crt of combining them in the correct proportion' and gave to the sick and medical-scientis- SAVE 25 per cent or more. Believe us. J!i It sssi i'J"w"'w(i.V k VTN I Hervey & Wood tlETATICA CO. Paint Lick, Kentucky. HJHVtU.E.TENN W suffering of the world the universal prescription knowrf'us Vin Hepatlca. Vin Hepatlca Is prepared in one of the finest medical laboratories In the United States, with all the care of a physician's special prescription. The nnm6 of every ingredient Is cn the package. Vin Hepatica is truly a wonderful medicine and we heartily recommend it for indigestion, constipation, sluggish kidney trouble, liver, sleeplessness, nervousness and other ailments resulting from troubles of the stomach, liver and kidneys. You may feel all run down, have that tired out feeling; your liver may be sluggish, you may not have u good appetite. Things may sour on your stomach as soon as you eat. You may not be able to sleep well at night. If so, como and get a bottle of Vin Hepatica and try it. We believe you will forever thank us for bringlui; it to your attention. R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, .... Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, June 6, 1918. MNM Begins Thursday, June 6 -- M HI r. 7 SUE Reductions on Everything in our Store-Sui- ts, During this Sale we Offer Bona-Fid- e Cloaks, Dresses, Waists, Dry Goods, Notions, Underwear, Hosiery, Silverware, Etc. Merchandise of Every kind is Advancing Daily and is also getting Scarce and these Conditions will continue, and we Advise You to Provide for all Your Wants Now, While These Reductions are on. Come In The Mornings. Goods Laid Aside Op Sent Out On Approval. TERMS SPOT CASH. No TAILORED SUITS. We have in stock over One Hundred Tailored Suits made from Pure Wool materials and offer every one of these at great reductions. $33.25 $50.00 Navy and Black Suits, now $29.75 $45.00 Navy and Black Suits, now $22.95 $35.00 Navy and Black Suits, now $ 19.75 $30.00 Navy and Black Suits, now $16.75 $25.00 Navy and Black Suits, now ALL LIGHT COLORED SUITS, HALF PRICE, SILK SUITS. We have left about Twenty entirely now Silk Suits, just recently received, in Navy, Black, Greys, Tans, etc., which we d from our first low price. will offer at a reduction of One-Thir- WASH GOODS. Dress Ginghams of all kinds, Punjab Percales, Shirting Cheviots, Shirting Madras, Printed Foulards, Batistes, Flaxons, Voiles. Apron Ginghams. Printed Crapes, and all other Wash Fabrics will be offered at prices very much less than present market prices. SHEETS, SHEETINGS, COTTONS. Sheets, Pillow Cases and Sheetings yard will be offered at decided reductions during this sale. None sold to Merchants. We advise you to buy a year's supply. Ready-made SPECIALS. 75c Full size Kimona Aprons, made from bo.t 25c Amoskeag Ginghams. 17c yd. Brown Crash Toweling strictly all Linen. 89c White Wash Pique Skirts. 19c Best quality Apron Ginghams. 29c yd Extra fine quality Pajama Cloth. 25c yd A lot of line Printed Dress Voiles. 30 inches wide. $1.59 81 by 90 ready-mad- e Sheet excellent quality. ready-mad- e 39c Full size 42 by h Pillow Cases. ?3.45 10 yd Piece of Shyna Nainsook. $4.45 10 yd Piece Chimosa Nainsook. 42Mnchcs wide. 86-inc- h 36-inc- and cotton3 by the TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, ETC. We have n good assortment of Pure Linen Table Damasks and Napkins and will offer them during the sale at reduced prices. WJ11 offer a special lot of PURE LINEN NAPKINS, slightly soiled, very cheap. About 25 dozen in all. Linen Lawns, Linen Sheetings and Dress Linens will also be offered at a reduction of 10 percent, from our old prices. : LADIES FURNISHINGS. prices during this sale. Neckwear, Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery, Ribbons, Parasols, Etc. JEWELRY AND WATCHES. We offer duifng tlfis sale our entire stock of Buttons, Cuff Brooches, Cameos, Luvallierres, Chains, Lockets.nd ,Wri3t Watches at a reduction from oui old prices. of One-Fift- h SILKSAI.;D DRESS GOODS. All piece Silks of'6very kind and all Woolen Dress Goods will be offered at decided reductions during this sale and it will pay you to buy for next Fall as prices will be considerable higher then. All kinds of Ladies Furnishings will be SILK DRESSES. More than a hundred new Silk Dresses, in a great variety of styles, suitable for all occasions. These ranged in price from $15.00 to $50.00, and during this sale these will all be marked down to very low prices. LADIES SPRING COATS. We have about Fifty choice new Spring Coats left. These are made from Pure Wool materials and cannot be replaced at first price, but these will also be in the sale at greatly reduced prices. Come early if you want a coat. JACK TAR MIDDIES, 98c. We will offer special during this sale only, choice of over one hundred Jack Tar Middies, made of finest materials and best styles, with short sleeves. These are woith on todays market K2.00 ach. MUNSING UNION SUITS. Tin- - best made best wearing best fitting Union Suit all ever nmde. Many styles to suit many people. Price down fur this sale. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Our entire Stock of muslin and Silk Underwear will be offered at reduced prices. Every piece you buy will mean a big saving. WHITE GOODS. Every kind of Plain and Fancy White Goods will be in the sale. Better lay in all your Nainsook and Long Cloths for Winter Sewing you will save money by doing so. TAILORED SUITS. $9.75. WE OFFER CHOICE OF ABOUT TWENTY-FIVEXCELLENT SUITS. MADE FROM FINEST PURE WOOL MATERIALS. THAT SOLD ORIGINALLY FROM $20 TO $35.00, AT CHOICE FOR $9.75. E SILVERWARE. We will offer all sterling Silver, Plated Silver and Sheffield Plate nt a discount during this sale. BEDSPREADS. These are advancing from week to week, but we at reduced prices during this sale. will offer our open stock at reduced BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. We have in "open stock" about 25 pairs of Bed Blankets ranging in price from $5.00 to $15.00. Also somt' Comforts in Wool Filled, Cotton Filled and Down Filled. These we offer at a liberal discount. HOUSE DRESSES. DIX MAKE AND DETROIT PRINCESS AND OTHERS AS FOLLOWS: $1.75 House Dresses, $2.00 House Dresses, now $3.00 House Dresses, now 4 $4.00 House Dresses, now $5.00 House Dresses, now Better buy for next season, too. iiow.,$1.4fi $1.C5 $2.50 $3.35 $4.25 SHIRT WAISTS. $5.00 Waists, $6.00 now $7.50 now $9.00 now Crepe de Chene and Georgette $3.95 now Waists, Crepe and Georgette $4.50 Waists, Crepe and Georgette $5.95 Georgette Waists, Crepe and $7.50 CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES. We call special attention of mothers to the Children's Dresses now offered. As you know, the Ginghams nnd other materials have advanced 300 per cent. Our Drtlsses havo not advanced but will later, but during this sale we will have decided reductions from OLD PRICES. Better buy a year's supply. " A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO DAINVIL-LB- , KY.