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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 13, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918061301_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 13, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YKAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 13. 1918. SWINEBROAD. THE EASY STREET DESERTED The once popular thoroughfare is REAL ESTATE MAN no longer considered a proper place of residence for Patriotic citizens. HAS BIG .SALE OF LAND IN BOYLE Millions hate been ordered to take COUNTY, LAST SATURDAY. on "EFFICIENCY up their abode The Drrn. Optical Sep. AVENUE. The sate held by Mr. G, II. vice always abreast of the time In for Mr. It. G. Williams and accuracy and efficiency, at Kcngar-laMr. J. M. cn last Saturday, Motel, Lancaster, Ky, June 10th the Hth, was enc of the most successSwine-broan McC-ra- NUMBER t 1F1I3BI 111 Qllll r ...flu A.A.JMt-turrn1fts- f II. .ot dii" v J to 1Mb. NEW DIRECTORY - ill ml M.uriM fntni (.rtr, iiMMwnrF- rw CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT certain kind of farming lmplem:nts are very hard to,get. If you are Interested and need anything In this Hue, give us your order now. The Central llecord ha Just gotten out the new directory for the llai'.in Telephone Company, containing thirty-si- x page. Mis I.utz, the manager, ask that all subscribers who have not been supplied with one tif these, to call nt the exchange and one will he given you. The directory ia complete in every dctnil containing all the new names and many chnnge that have been made during the pint year, Conn Brothers. irir AT STANFORD. At a meeting of the director of the Lincoln County Pair Association last 'Saturday, it was decided to call off the fair for this year. War conditions caused them to take this step NO FAIR which seem to be n wise one. Next Saturday this association will sell all and the lumber from the buildings IE amphitheater, including the large Floral Hall. This is n great oipor-tunit- y for some one nesting good RULES Kent! the Khaki or Jean nre the spring lumber to get a bargain. The Jojous month of houscclcan-ti- n over nnil the merry month uf materials r.flfered ta men of 21 to .'11 advertisement In this issu. "WORK OR FIGHF" ORDER for their clection. There is nlso a hoeing the garden ha begun, third style horizontal stripes, but TESTAMENTS FOR SOLDIERS Citizens Asked To Report Names of Men and we predict this will not he popular In nnil peonies and rose Within DralUieJho Are Idle. been who ha Mr. Walton Mo June brides. Huitc the tovliest Mr. Scnuab's shipbuilding slogan looking after testament for the solthing in the world, and all blooming Rules for the enforcement of I'ro-vo- st of "More caulking, Ies talking, is diers and seeing that all who are callthl month. Crowdcr's General Marshal I any department ed are furnished with one, informs admirable. there regulations, anThe Allie are past muU'n in the which would be the better for the u that the money to buy these tes- "work or fight" less taments has been exhausted and asks nounced last week, call on all citirt of retreating in good order. variation, "More scheming, When they advance it will he in still dreaming"? that the Sunday Schools of the coun- zens to report to the nearest local draft board names of men within oetter order ty take up collections immediately, draft age who are habitually idle or Th? Wartime Exposition now bo that n new supply may be ordered at who nre employed nonproductivcly. 1 worM full of rifle anil bayn there i ing held in Kuropc is attracting once. These bibles cost fiS cent and hoe plow onet anil Each local board is created into each and with the number of our little room left for luxurie. Count many visitor! from this country, e. boy that are leaving every month what will be practically the court to penally young men. Do not forget them ouL sit probably weekly to decide such that the Kaiser pressed the button it i easily seen how the supply is so coses a may be brought before it. Con-ircsoon exhausted. which ttarted the whole show. President Wilson's address to Upon a case being presented, the tax roncerninir the revenue board will nerve a notice on the eunded well to the ear of all except language be Should the German ABNER HUGHES DEAD of not leas than three days the profiteer. taught and studied in America? The people of this community nor more than seven days, directing of I'erhaps not just now, but one were shocked to hear of the death li'm to present such evidence as he Five-tomotor tractors are to be these day "kultur" and "pur!o may care to submit. med in place of horse for bringing versenkt" ami "schreckichkcit" will cf Mr. Abncr I). Hughes, which oc In every case the board must send up field artillery. Any method of be blotted out of it, and it will take curred at the Danville hospital this the complete record to the district He wa morning at seven o'clock. .pcedlng the war Unacceptable. it place among the world languages operated on last Tuesday for some board for approval, even if the deagain. kidney trouble, having been taken cision is in favor of the man. If the The Bond for the Third Liberty suddenly ill last Monday morning. district board .approves the findings Loan are ready for delivery. Please You weren't drafted, Uud; you Mr. Hughes was one of the most adverse to the registrant he will be tell and get them. Selected to prominent citizens and farmers of given notice, and If any vacancies Garrard Hank and Trut Co. were SELECTED. help pay a debt that ha long been Garrard county to and lived near exist will be lent immediately a debt for service that Mnrksbury. He leaves four children, camp or placed at the top of the list 120,000 people in Madrid are ill unpaid with the grippe, and among them 1 have made this the grand country all boys, and a number of relatives of those next to go. An appeal to the President may be We arc ahead of the it is; n debt Incurred in making YOU throughout the county. King Alfonso. No iir have the enlightened being you are: . rnngements have been made for the made only In the event of a dissentking. Our castle In Spain ing vote in the district board and debt that has piled benefits moun never harbored the grippe. funeral as we go to press. with recommendation of the appeal tain high your debt to government Do you appreciate agent or adjutant general. Every one who hope next winter and civilation. tu have Fuel Administrator Garfield, the honor shown you in the elect JOHN 0. BOGIE ARRESTED the railroad and hi coal dealer in ion? Or have your creditors eist DR. WEBER ON SERIOUS CHARGE. Your lore and charity with him will please their pearls before swine.' Dr. J. W. Weber, the foot doctor, action will decide. coal immediately. order hi ShcrilT A. K. Walker, under n who cures all ailments of the feet warrant charging him with leaving. without the use of the knife, owing deserting and abandoning his chit' to the mcreased number of patients dren, who are under sixteen years of during the last few days, has decidage, leaving said children in destl ed to remain In Lancaster until June without 25th, nnd will and tute circumstances take patients until making proper provision for their that date. board, clothing, education and prop er care of said children in a manner RED CROSS CORRECTIONS suitable to their station In life, nr X rested John O. Bogle, in Edmonson additional subThe following county last Friday evening and ro scriptions to the Red Cross have with him to Lancaster last been received and credited; G. V. turned Saturday night. He asked for per- Noe, $0.00; Arthor Eldridge, $1.00; mission to employ n guard, which Cash $2.00. W. H. Furr ia credited Judge Stapp granted and he was not with nn additional of $11.00 not pubsent to jail. lished. The subscriptions of T. J. He waived his examining trial last Price, Sr, nnd Mrs. Elizabeth were morning In Judge Stapp' duplicated and should only have apMcnduy court a ml uu allowed ball in the peared on list one itmc. sum of $500, which was given, with his brother-in-law- , Jesse Sanders, as A NEW WOMAN LAWYER tecurity, to await the action of the grand jury. In lieu of the fact that Miss Flora E. Smith, daughter of l.e entered into an agreement to pay Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, of to his family tho mm of $50.00 every Point Lenvcll, Garrard County, and month, that tho. bond wa fixed ut who is now secretary to Judge Sampthin low figure. Tho warrant was son of the Court of Appeals, has resworn to by his wife, Mrs. MauJ cently passed a law examination and Ilogie, vho together with four small been admitted to the bar. For several years she has been enb'.s are raid to bo in destituto circumstances, one of the boys, J, O, Jr, gaged in court work and in the study being hopelessly afflicted and unable cf law. She Is a most excellent 18 Years Experience. 1 2 Years lit Central Ky in to walk, has the sympathy of the en-- t court reporter and has served All the latest fo conimunllty. that capacity some five or six years. Ilogie at one time represented this For the last year she has been acting county In the Legislature und at a secretary and law clerk at FrankAND EYEGLASSES. STYLES IN SPECTACLES present holds the position of Itoud fort. Those who were present at Supervisor in Edmonson county at a the examination of Miss Smith, in lucrative salary, he at one time held the Bell "Circuit Court, pay her the tho same position in this county. compliment to say that she passed ease Last week's Louisville papers con- the examination with unusual Optician. Optometrist. tained the startling announcement and exhibited, in a marked degree, a AT KENGARLAN HOTEL that he wa bringing suit for divorce splendid knowledge of the law and on the ground of abandonment. capacity to practice tho same. During the recess of court, which The outcome of the case will be watched with interest here, where will begin June 21st, Miss Smith exI EMPLOY NO AGENTS. the wife and children have the sym- pect to take a position In New York pathy of the entire community. for the summer. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. () ful rales ever held In lloylc county. He sold the Williams farm of 172 acres to Mr. Itldncr of Knox county, Ky., for $145.00 per acre and the McGraw farm of 148 acres to Floyd Curtis of Garrard county for $120.50 per acre, Both of these farms are well worth the money and we arc Informed that our own County-man- , Mr. Curtis, secured a bargain nnd ran even now sell the furni at n nice profit. Mr. Swincbroad has held a great number of public auction sales in the past three or four years imd has never failed to sell a single farm that he has put up at public auction, and all of them have been conducted In a way satisfactory to both the buyer nnd the rellcr. He tells us that he has a number of farms to sell at public auction in the near future, so watch for his advertisement;. personal The property at these sales sold well, the total amount of the personal property amounting to about four thousand dollar. ti HEADQUARTERS FOR PEERING BIBS, DEERING MOWERS, HAY RAKES AND TWI JOHN DEERE MOWERS MOWERS Place Your Order Now. MmIoInFORCE HASELDEN J?1 BI.0S Kentucky 1 ,ai Lancaster, GG G7 - m GARRARD YOUNG MEN WHO REGISTERED Names of 110 Youths Who Are Read; For Service. TOtaAIN ', I' wV i The Byrne Optical Service Glasses Fitted. Eyes Tested, J. J. BYRNE Lancaster, All This Week The Central Records prints with much pride the list of Garrard's young men who have reached their majority since June 5th, 1917, and who registered last week for the service of their country. The names are given with their address and their serial numbers, a total of 110 being in the list; 1 William B. Estes, Lancaster, wh. 2 Robl. E. Elliott, Pt. Lick,R2, wh. 3 John W. Vnnwinkle, Pt Lick.rl " 4 Leslie Reynolds, Lancaster, wh. 5 Wm McKinley Gay, Lan. Rl, wh. C Chas. R. Senivner, Lan. Rl, wh. 7 Amzie C. Green, Lan. R 1. wh. 8 W Bryan Gastineau. Lan. Rl, wh U Howard Jenkins, Lancaster, wh. 10 Holbert Singer, Bradshaw Mill, " wh. 11 'Ezra Whlttaker, Edenton, 12 Tho Graham, Bryantsvitle, wh. 13 Forest Center, Paint Lick, R2 wh 14 Willie R Ballard, Pt Lick r3, wh. 15 Elmer Young. Pt. Lick, R 2, wh. 1G Robt Royston, C Orchard, r2, col 17 Ollie Wren, Crab Orchard, " wh. 18 Oscar W. Jackson, Marcellus, col 19 Arthur Dunn, Marcellus, col. 20 Rice A. Hyatt, Lancaster, col. 21 Willie Green. Buckeye, Col 22 Leslie Adams, Stanford R. 4, wh 23 Otiee Williams, Bourne, Col. 24 Wm Gafney, Cb Orchard, r2 wh e, 25 Charles C. Coulter, wh. Ohio, 20 Lewis E. Crutcher, Pt Lick, wh. 27 Leslie M. Pruitt, Paint Lick, wh. 28 Hugh F. Lawson, Cartersvillc wh 29 Homer T. Carman, Lnncastcr.wh 30 Frank Wylie, I't Lick, R 1, wh. 31 Thos J. Rogers, Pt Lick, R, wh. 32 Garrett II. Smith, Lexington, white. Ky, care Y. M. C. A. 33 Fred Snyder, Lancaster R3. wh. 34 Jennings B. Mosier, Pt Lick.wh. 35 Bryan Kay, Lancaster, R3, wh. 3G Marion G, Sebastian, Lan. r3,wh 37 McKinley Isbell, Lan, r3, wh. 38 Hobart May, Lan., R. 3, wh. 39 John - Yeakey, Marcellus, wh. 40 Nathan 'Ilensley, Lancaster, wh. 41 Delbert Kidd, Un. R. 1, white. 42 Richard M. Shelton, Lan.K2, wh. 43 Robt C. Houp, Buena Vista, wh. 44 Charles S. Ponder.Lan. It. 3, wh. 45 Henry C. Sadler, IlryanUville, ". 4G Everett Krow, Lun, R. 3, wh. 47 Colman Locker, Lan, R. 3, wh. 48 Carl L. Pendleton, Lan. It 3, wh. 49 Andrew J. Estes, Judson, wh. 50 Robert L. Boaln, Pt Lick, R2, wh 51 Clcll Anderson, C.Orchard 2, wh. 52 Lionel A. Calico, Cartersvillc wh. 53 McKinley McQucrry, Pt Llck2, " 54 Moat Pollard, Lancaster, white. 55 Willie Walker, Luncaster,3, wh. 56. Jack Hester, Lancaster, Rl, wh. 57 Noel B. Bogie, Lancaster, wh. col. 58 Oslee Gibbs, Lancaster, 59 Jas C. Wooten, C, Orchard, wh. 60 Jesse Sherrer, Bryantsville, wh. 61 Raymond Hopkins, Lan. R 3, wh 62 Millard Broughton, Cartersvillc " " .white. 63 Russell Holman, 64 Holbert Beatley, Bdshaw Mill col 65 Robert Croucher, Lancaster, wh 1 Lcdford W. Ball, Bryantsville ". John W. Watklns, Conway, wh. G8 Floyd Hardin. Lancaster.Rl, wh. G9 Luther McQuerry, Buena Vista " McK. Faulkner, 70 Clarence col. Lancaster, Route 1. 71 Carl Mobcrley, Lan. R3, white. 72 Jennings Holbert Simpson, white Lancaster, Ky., Ralston, 73 Thomas Edmond Paint Lick, Ky., Route 1, white. 74 Laell Gafney, C. OrchardR2, wh. 75 Russell Bolton, Lan. R. 3, white. 7G Charley Robinson, Lan. R2 wh. 77 Ben Guynn, Paint Lick,R3, col. 78 Clarence McCuIIey, Lan. R3, wh. 79 Henry A. Tevis, Lancaster, col. 80 Colman B. Owens, Lancaster, 81 Charlie Van Perkins, Lan. Col. 82 Edie Holbert King, Pt Lick,3 wh. 83 Thomas Johnson Price, Lan. wh. 84 Roy Noel, Lancaster, R. 3, white Melvin Cochran, 85 Thomas Marcellus, colored. 86 Elbert Rice, Lancaster, Col. 87 George Wallace, Lancaster, col. 88 Ed Middleton, Lancaster, col. 89 Joe McKinley Robinson, col. Lancaster, Route, 2., 90 Robert Tankersley, Pt Lick, wh. 91 Allen Pierce Johnson, Lan. wh. 92 Ed Poff, Lancaster, white. 93 Newell Gibson Ham, Lan. r3, wh. 94 Floyd Barnes, Lan. R. 3, white. 95 Ernest Colson, C Orchard,r2, wh 96 Wallace Cotton, Lancaster, wh. 97 John B. Holtzclaw, G. Creek, wh 98 Arthur Sebastian, Lan. R.3, wh. 99 Robert Atwood Yatcr, Lan.r3, wh 100 Henry C. Miller, C. Orchard2,". 101 Ira Gilliam, Lancaster, Rl, wh. 102 Clarence Mingo Wilder, Lan. wh, 103 George W. Ball, Lancaster, wh. 104 Andy Huffman, Bourne, white. 105 James Preston, Buena Vista, wh. 'white. 10G Jesse Doolin, Bourne, 107 Dalton Rich, Stanford, R4, wh. 108 Arthur M. Eldridge, Pt Lick, wh. 109 Gilbcrt'Adams, Lan. R 3. col, 110 Mills Black, Judson, Ky, white. '. DR. J. W. WEBER FOOT DOCTOR who guarantee to remove all trouble of the feet without the ue of a KNIFE will take new patient until JUNE 25th. Office Simpson llout. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of S. D. Cochran, please present sa'me, duly proven to my attorney, It. Clay Kauffman, and those indebted to the estate see my attorney and settle. t. Dora Cochran, Admx. NOTICE having claims against the estate of Elias Smith, deceased, please present same properly proven according to Jaw, to my attorney, U. iwing Anyone Clay Kauffman. said estate, call on my attorney and C. I. Rogers, Admr. settle. AM persons The Central Record, Thursday, June 13 1918. SYNOPSIS h.T?rtr5lKoIh'",M,,,t Wd the odor . very fnlnt. w.MfnlT hell ,., i i,.i i. . , ... I tn break lone In the form of "" ,f necessary lie would allow on our CHAPTER br th ncw of tti bllnklne dirclm, itnklnr f lh Lutltanl hv m. (rmi I. '""'lilne-Bii- n helmets while dlrelnif. He would lire. with satisfaction futmnTlnt. Arthur Our Kmrwy. an Amerl ' " ''II Wo drop,,,,!nnil ride on our bellies In "? " can. Iravra Mr office In Jersey City and beer? nron ,lon " iWrw ll.rougl,. but he vr 10 r.mcmnu wner na enutu in in 10 report bnrk to brlpide head Ine "hallow trench, bullets knocking I ...Vi urmsn army. "P l, SToimd and snapping- In the nlr. 1'iartcrs Immediately. We wished that Clf APTEJt a period rf train ciemi.s frmn nil i.,i,m tL,.. Inn, Empey volunteers for Immediate erv. oni'talns nnil also hail n dat Then'shrapncl butted In The music i...i.-ntshock The ic and soon find himself In remt hllleti "ve? n in WZT, ' Tommy dnc.,l. ?t brlp.de headquar.er,. With our In Franc," where he first "iomewhero The eoverlns party ni hnvlns a ''""'I" on we ncnln attnrked (hat hoi i makes the acquaintance of the t.,.. eni - crones. nnm lini1 n" H;. .lm.t.,pi.il body of "f Cord" r""1.' CHAPTER attends his flrt nre wearlnc ton hata out here. n (.erinnn: the pick wns sticking In hi No. 8-205 ACRES, In Lincoln county. Ky milo off church eervlces at Urn front while a Oer-ma- n In1 to order, you've ben taken up on I ""'lr. nMne. rokker circles over the congregation. Word was passed down the line to chest. One of the men fnlnted. I ttn Mntp pike, two good clwclllnjrn, Rtibdividud into 12 fluids, under tne nirenRtli of this arctlon, and will ClfAPTKH IV Empey'a command irnes It for our trendies. We nwihsl no that one, I'sm this our lleutetinnt the best of wire fences. Thin land lays well, two seta of Imhave to do your bit with the pick and bent imo me ironinn irencnes anu is unac urging; grubbing our tools nnd slipp- hnltod proceedings nnd sent word back provement : nearly all in nre ror tne nrst time. shovel, Fame a the rest of u." clover nnd timothy jrrnss. Not one ing low, we legged It across .No Man's to headquarters and word rnme bnrk acre of waste lam! CHAPTER V Rmrev learns to adnnt I put up n howl on my way to pet and is a bargain at $125.00 per acre. the motto of the tlrtlih Tommy, "If you Ijind. The covering party got nwny that after we filled In the hole we colli get It, so never my shot rl, but the only thine that re are frolnf to get It, you'll n poor start but heat us In. They knock off for the night. This was tvel worry. No, 221 ACRES, on pike in Garrard county, right sulted was n loi of tn humor on to In rest billets. Em CHAPTER ack must, have hut! wings we low- - """e tidings to us, hccMic out m society under good fence, dandy ! room dwelling, pey gets his flrst experience as a mees my part. Next day the general i hanged th ered the record orderly. large tobneco and stock We fell In at eight o'clock, ouMrie water. You rey ruining nnu out or lirenth, we tune dot on his map nnd another emplace could plow on this farm barns, never failing learns how the of our billets, n sort of inaorpierade CHAPTER with a tractor til the sun makes vou unusn pomiers are rea. bled Into our front-lintrenih. I tore ment was completed the following 1 party, wn. dl'sulsed as a common 00,1 CHAPTER VIH-Ba- ck In the front-Ilfor selling and terms to suit: If you have m,so." trench, Empey Pees hla first friend of th laborer, hail a pick' and shovel, and my hands getting through our wire, night. The odor from the dug-up- . but, at the time, didn't notice It; my deconv MO.O00 ypu can handle this large well improved farm. irencnes kq nriu It's pey priced right. CHAPTER makes his first nbout one hundred empty sandbag. journey wns too urgent, poseii unman body has un effect wide! The ret, about two hundred In nil, visit to a augoui in suiciae uucn. When the roll win called we found Is hnrd to describe. It first produce' CIIAPTEIl X Empey learns what crny were equipped likewise: picks, idiovels, No. 70. 245 ACRKS, on pike, four miles from county that we had piltcn It liT the nose fur " '""""eating feeling, which, especially rtiiuies a aay worK in ine ironwirn sainllmK. rllles and ammunition. (St disunities. irencn. after eating, causes tomltliig. This rt seat, lime stone land, dandy !) room dwelling, large stock and The party moved out In column of CHAPTER Roes "ovi--r the tobacco bams, one of the best improved farms. Land lays Our nrtlllery put n barrage on I'rltz' notes you tcuiorarlly. but soon lop" ror tne nrst time in a cnaree on ine fours, taking the road lending to the "front-linutrman irencnes ana is wounaeu oy water in abundance. This one at $125. nnd communication trenches weakening sensation follows, hrh wen and is ever-lastin- g Several tlmrs we had to trenches. bayonet thrust. and rlllo fire leaves you limp ns n dMirng. Your nev rtrlnj; out In the ditch to let long col- and their Innrhlne-gu-n loins the 'iul CHAPTER spirits are at their lowest ibb nnd you u ldenly ceased. 19, ACRES, in Onrrard county, four miles of la called, clde club" as the bombing iuad umns of limbers, nrtlllery and supplies Tommy seta an pet CHAPTER XIH-Ea- ch lpon the cessation of this fire, feel a sort of boiele"iiess nnd n mnd hustling village, churches, bank, graded school. About 80 past. ornciai oatn. desire to escape It all, to get to the acres bottom land; 40 acres in sod; the entire farm lays gentlv XIV-Em- iey The mnrchln?. under lhee condi stretcher bearers went out to look for open Alg an helps CHAPTER fields nnd the perfume of the flow rolling and level, plenty of water; good 8 killed and wounded. Next day we advanced irencn unaer uerman nre. tions, wns necessarily low. Upon room dwelling and ers In nighty. There Is n sharp XV-- On large stock barn. This form L post" In "Ilsteninc CHAPTER n at the entrain e to the commuid-cnllo- n learned that 21 of our men had been ,ir . No Man's Land. pncKiing sensation the nostr road and for a limited time only is priced at a figure that you trench. I looked at my llluml-note- d killed and :i wounded, nvo men were which reminds one in breathing artillerymen "put CHAPTER XVI-T- wo of con missing; Vmt In the darkness, they can speculate on and mnke good money. one over" on Old Pepper, their regimental wrist watch It was eleten gas commander. iimt iiavo'wiinil) red over Into the (tor you through n rndlntorlii the ll.nir, nnd o'clock. wnnt to sneero, hut cannot. Thl CHAPTER XVIIEmney has narrow es No. 10,1. 117 ACRES, 2 miles of good town: lavs u..ll ilofore entering this trench, word man lines, when they were cither wns .I....M rape while on patrol duty In No Man's the effect on me, surmounted by ing. il tobneco barns, ever lniting water; good land nnd only a very was passed down the line, "no talking klllisl or captured. vague horror of the aw fulness of the limited XVIII-Ba- ck In rest billets or smoking, lend oft In single file, CHAPTER Speaking of stretcher bearers and time to buy this one nt (1.10. ent thing nnd nn Empey write ana stages a xarce comedy, reflection "oiinil.il. it s tery hard for the aver CHAPTER XIX Soldiers have many ering party tint.' No. 101. or Inter, woub 73 ACRES rich sand stone land riht on nil. .in . ago cltlllan to comprehend the enor that, perhaps I, ways to amuse themselves while "on their This entering party consisted of .'SO bo In such a state and bo brought t own." j:o in tob.icco or corn next year, only IS acres under plow men, iirmisl with rllles, biitonets. mous cost of taking care of wounded light by the blow of u pick In thl. yeor. Hte pey volunteers for CHAPTER the hand room dwelling, dandy large bnrn. (12ft per acre. It. n MONKY MAKK1E macnine gun service ana goes kick inio Immlis, nnd two Lewis machine guns. and the war In general, lie or she gets of some Tommy on a digging party. o necustnineil to seeing billions of do. and A HAIiOAlN. tne rronwine irencnes. They were to protect us und gilan! jseternl times I hnti.cxpcricuced thl again goes agalnM n CHAPTER XXI-Em- pey lars In print that the significance of urprle attack while dig' 'over the top" In a charge which cost hla No. 85. 200 ACRES. the amount Is passni ,,ter without odor, lint net or could get used to It 1." mil....- rt. 114. company 17 killed and 31 wounded. si... f glng hi .No Man's Ijiml. , he enervating sensation wus nlwny thought. with a machine old (1 room dwelling, two 'good barns, tenant lis, ttVUl If II II inf. CHAPTER XXII-Trl- ck ine communication trrniii was present. houses. This i It made me hate war nnd gun suences one Domersome itiix. rnim nn oftlclul statement published wonder why sand stone land, nearly all in grass and is a money maker and nlKiut half a mile lung, u zigzagging attack, pre such things were counte CHAPTER XXIH-Oerm- an ceoea Dy gas wave, is repuiseu. ditch, eight feet deep nnd three feet In one of the London pnpers. It Is minced by cltlllzntlon, nnd nil the spice in icon in sen. Is forced to tt Ide, stilted that It costs between six nnd nnd glory CHAPTER XXIV-Em- pey of the ronfllrt would disap take part In an execution as a member No. 1)5. 104 ACRES, snm! ! Now anil again, Herman hrapnel seven thousand pounds (gUM) to S.V pear, leatlrg the grim reality. of the firing squad. Hut Jo kill or wound n soldier. This CHAPTER XXV British prepare for would whistle oterhend nnd burst In after having the sit and filling your turnpike, close to graded school, churches, bank, and is well result wns nttnlned by taking the cot the Big rush tne battle of tne bom me. improved; has dandy 1. room dwelling, new I room dwelling, lungs wltli ileep a trench raid. our vicinity. We would crouch ncnlut or the war to CHAPTER XXVI-- In dividing It, by nlr, you forget hrcnths of pure, fresh two large new tobacco bams. Young man here's your chanco. preceding the R!g Push, Empey Is des- the enrthen walls while the Miell frag the killed nnd date nnd and once again want to wounded, perately wounded and lies unconscious In ments "slapped" the ground uliote us, (land adjoining this and fronting the turnpike sells for o It mat- - sound heartless and Inhuman, be "up nnd at them.' $175 io wan Lana lor ter uvuim.four months Once Fritz turned lone with u ma per acre). We will make terms tn unit ,..,,1 s ii.i. ... CHAPTER XXVII-Af. hut It Is a fact, nevertheless, that from .111.-uni; :.. n, in In a British hospital. Empey Is utscharged chine gun. the bullets from which CHAPTER XV. you at $110 if you will act now. as "physically unlit for further war serv. 'cracked" through the air and kicked n military stamlsint It Is better for n ice. tn be wounil.il DO. Llitenlng Poit. 3i the dirt on the top, scattering sand man a mnnkilled than he Is burled, and 44 ACRES, roll lllf linn. 11.11! mimtul 11. . - I.. ...1 Is killed If nd pebbles, which, hitting our steel It was six In tl-- morning when wo of Lancaster, on pike, small house and niiiiwiuiii- 1111111, w nines the ressiiishl!lty of the pit eminent barn, good land, plentv elinets, Miundtil like hailstones. nrrltisl at our rel billets, and tve were censes, excepting for the fact Hint his umlor KOO(1 fonce- - This '"'"I anil think Lpon nrrivni in tne ,nre trenih nn nllownl to sleep until noon; that Is, ot )'"ts;,I!,nr(l per acre. ollicer of the Itoynl Knglneers gave us people receive n pension. Hut If a man If we wanted to go without our break No. 102 Is wounded It takes three men fn 170 ACRES, just off pike. Close to school, ami our Instructions and acted as guide. fast. For sixteen dats wo rcmnlncd churehea. land lays well, nearly nil in grass. Dandy improvements. Wo were to dig an advanced trench the firing line, the wounded man nn rr. two men to carry him to the rear By An American Soldier wo hundred yards from the (termaus W e v.in also show you tiost. Her,, he Is some very attractive dwelling and (the trenches at this point were six thendtancisl flrst-nti- l Who Went attended by u doctor, perhaps nslt it) lots: also some business properties netting the owhhm 7 unilrt'il yards npart). i er cent. If it's real REAL . Two winding lanes, five feet wide. oil by two It. A. M. ('. men. Then be Is ARTHUR GUY EMPEY Over the Top, we have it and will put you there. bad been cut through our barbed wire. put Into n motor ambulance, manned y a crew of two or three. At th" field In Ftanc Mactint Ganntt Sttclnf for the passage of the diggers, hospital, where be generally goes tin lose lines white tape had been laid ner nn anesthetic, either to hate Ids (OopirUM. U1T, bj Antral Ooj amp.;) wounds cleaned or to bo operated on. Continued from last week. lie requires the sort Ices of about throe to live iiersons. From this point mi THE REAL ESTATE AGENCY, other aiiibulumv ride Impresses more LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. men U bis sortleo, and then nt the ambulance train, unother corps of doc M. C. men, Ited Cross nurses tors. It. and the train s crew. the train oj 9eet4eeeao4046oe94e6t9 ho enters the base hospital or casualty clearing station, where n goisbslzisl corps of doctors, nurses, etc nre kept D. busy. Another ambulance Journey Is next in oriler this time to the hospltnl Jon. He crosses the channel, arrives III Illlsihty- - moro nmbiilaiices and per haps a ride for lite hours on an Kng- Office at Rainey s Livery Stable, llsli It.il Cross train with Its crew of Ited Cross workers, and nt last he Lancaster. Kentucky S reni lies the hospital, tlenerally he stays from twn to six months, nr long 9 er. In this hospital. Troiii here ho Is sent to n convalescent home for six w eeks. If lit Wounds ho Is onflltfst fnr- - fios. The 100 Per Cent Program. her sortlce, he Is dlsdinrgisl. given a hUNERAL DIRECTOR pension, or committed to n Soldiers' V Office Over National Hank. homo for Ihc rest of bis life und Mill TO Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 the expense plies up. When you real Entrance to a Dugout. Ize that till the ambulances, trains nnd LANCASTER, KY. hips, not to mention the mini power, In rest billets, digging roads, drilling. ! Used In transporting n wounded man. and other fntlgues, and then buck Into trench. could bo used for supplies, niiiliiiinltlon the front-linNothing happened that night, but the ami for the trisips nt the front. It will not appear strange next ufternisiii. I found out that n bomber Is general utility man In n sec hat from n strictly military stand point, n man Is sometimes better tion. About fito o'clock lu the afternoon than a live one (If wounded). .Not long after the first digging party. our lieutenant cume down the trench Pdint Lick, Kentucky our general disldul, lifter a careful nnd stopping In front of n bundi of us tour of Inspection of the communion on the fire slip, with ft broad grin on on irencnes, upon "nn Ideal ftsit." lis his fuce, askisl; Who Is going to volunteer for listen he termed It, for n machine-gu- n em placement ; took his map, mailo n dot ing post tonight? I neisl two men." It l needles to say no one tolun- Trench Digging. on It, nnd ns. he was wont, wrote "dig toered, hccutc It Is un) thing but a VETERINARIAN. on the ground to the imint where we here," nnd the next night wo dug. There were twenty In tin- - larty, my cushy Job. I begun to feel uncomfort Call. Antw.rcd Promptly Day or were to commence work. This In or self Included. Armed with picks, able us I knew It wna getting around der that wo would not get lost In the shovels nnd empty sandbags we ar for my turn. Sure enough, with unother Night. Phone 317. darkness; The proposed trench wn rived at the "Ideal sisit" and stnrted grill, he said also laid out with tape. l.'mpey, joii mid Wheeler nre due, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY digging. The moon was tery bright, The covering party went out first. but we did not as tte'tvore well so clime down Into my dugout for In After u thort wait, two scouta came structions at Mx o'clock." nut of sight of the Rermnn lines. back with Information that the work. Just us he left und was going urouud We had gotten about three feet Ing party nun to follow nntl "curry on" down, when the fellow next to me, uft- - n traverse, I rltz turned loose with n is with their work. SAVn mighty stroke with his; pick, let go machine gun unit the bullets ripped the In extended order, two turds apart, er sandbags right over bin bend. It gate wo noiselessly crept across No Mau' of the handle, nnd pinched h.'s nose mo great pleasure to see him duck Fine Cut Flowers. Land. 'It was nervous work; every with his thumb und forefinger, at the against the parapet. lie was getting n the. same time letting out the explosion, citmlnuto we expected a machine gun to Colt Mrufe mo pink, Im bloody well tnste of what tve would get later out John M. McRoberts. open (ire on us. Slruy bullets "cracked' In front. will gassed, not 'ulf I ain't." I quickly around us, or a ricochet nni: oter Then, of course, It began to ruin. I turned In hit direction with an Inquir hend. ing look, lit the same Instant reaching knew It was the forerunner of a Arriving at the tailed illacrum of W. A. WHEELER night for us. livery time I had my gnu bag. to the trench, rifles tlung around our for idling him. I soon found out what to go out In front, It Juat naturally wns One will IT was enough houlderv, we lost no time In getting ruined. Old Jupiter 1'luvlus must bite DENTIST and I lost no tlino lii also pinching my to work. We dug us quietly us iio hud It In for me. ible but etery now and then the unite nose. The stench hub nwful. The rest At six tve reimrtfd for Instructions. LANCSTKIt,, . . KENTUCKY. digging party dropped their of n pick or Khotel Hrlklng u atone of the picks and and bent It for the They were (.Imple and cany. All tve Ofllce over Stormeg Dru Store. would the cold Silvers down our had to do wus to crawl out Into No solitary pltk. The backi. Under our breuthf we heartily weather hide of that Hour a.m. 14 p.m. ollicer cume over and Inquired why the Man's Land, He on our bellies with our who cursed the offending Tommy. work had suddenly 'consul, holding our earn to the ground and llitcn for the At Intervals a ttar ihcll would co ur noses, we .Imply jHilnted In the direc- tap, tap or the uerman engineers or; to BOOKKEEPING from the (icruisn lines ami we would tion of the smell. Ilo went the sappers who might, bo tunneling uuder Biralaeu,PhoMgriphy remain motlonlcsa until the dare of lit pick. Immediately clapped oter lo shoillfl fVii'e vnlnnUln onln bis hand No Mun'i Land to establish a mine- TYPEWRITING ind white light died out. " viwmuuiu . over bis nose, made an "uhout turn" head beneath our trench. TELEGRAPHY When the trench had readied a und of course, in our orders we were toid in . raine bulk. Just then our capdepth of two feet we felt mfer, be 1 .. 1 tuvcstlgaleiL but not to be captured by German patrols tn . cause It would afford us cover In can tain came along and lU FrMllBl bu rHnodiffrUtM la .rftntll VVliUK. 111 IVUIllUCKy' JUnC 21 10 Zo llOXt. reconnolterlnis parties. Lota ot nfter nbout a minute wild tve hud bet- -' we were discovered and fired on. curry on with the digging, that he breath Is wasted on the western front IUjmWUJII'M WU UTU.UilsrlBM.Iir The digging had been to progreu ter M. did not ee why tve tbuuld have giving silly cautions. lton ,""" fl mmh.,fih. rwi BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE M .i J". '"' 8. S i.i ll) "Over the Top" Kl Il0d.r kstatp D. A. THOMAS j CARDS. ,, NHH(HMIHIIHHtHHNMHIHll(t4 Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Bigger and Better Than Ever J. A. Beazlev Chautauqua KY., JUNE Red path LANCASTER, 24 28 M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. eeaeocsatvtttt4v M ayor's Dr. Printus Walker Proclamation. To The Citizens of Garrard County: Hcnaker Friday, June 28th. 1918 oiHcially designated NATIONAL WAR INGS DAY by the President of the United States and Secretary of the Treasury. All loyal izens of this community accordingly devote the afternoon of said day, beginning at two o'clock, attending the public meeting of your neighborhood and to subscribing for a specified amount of War Savings Stamps, to be purchased during the remaining months of the year. All are able should pledge themselves to save and invest the limit allowed bv law. and nmmnfn thn nf uuv ' ernment security large amounts durine riicuyu nr J. DUNCAN, Mayor. n,. The Central Record, Thursday, June 13, 1918. Detective Harry J. Loose of the Chicago Police RED CROSS LIST CON 3 Arthor Matlock W. A. Ponder Leslie Wylle Alice Pennington, A. X. Ballard Susie Renfro, J. T. Allen, Sr., Homer Green, Ophn K. Allen, F. P. Bryant Mary E. Bryant, Bentley Parson, Uoop, Cora Cartersville I. O. O. F. C. S. Roop Mollie Roop J, D. Carter M. Osborne, Coy Mrs. A. Moberley, J. Moberley Force to Talk at Our Chautauqua W. L. Moberly Hugh Moberly, Pattle Burton TINUED FROM LAST WEEK. Wally Fnin, ". W. II. Fain Hord Price, The publication of the list of sub Clarence McCullcy, scribcrs to the last Itcil Cross drive Harmon Davis, Is completed In this Issue of the Itcc Steve Gabbard, ord. Nearly 1,400 subscribers nrc Klley Davis on this Honor (toll. If we have Bertha Fotherglll omitted any names, it tins unlntcn Nancy Shearer, . tionnl, and we will be Kind to mnke Mailt Humphrey, corrections in future Issues if you J. N. Tenter will report them to thii office. Hirnm Bay ............ ............ ........... . .. 2.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 ..... ... l.tO 2.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 GO ......... ........ ... ....... .. .. . . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Roberts, Thomas Hatcher, Mrs. James Hntchcr, Mrs. Lon Ilourne, Proceeds of Supper by colored people In county repoorted by Price Baughmnn, .......... ....... ....... ..... .... 3.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 James Littrcll, 40 Miss Nannie J, Payne. .... .. . 1.00 lt.00 10 00 1 lierehy corrected. The following errors in copy are "Cash for linple ments 1 109.50", wns included in tot nl of "Sale on the Public Square" (mounting to $202.fiO. J. I'.. Unset-de- n SG0.00; should rend $35.00: I'. W Wells $25.00, not yet reported; J. K. Robinson, S50.00 duplicated i W. II. Cook, 550.00 duplicated. Mr II I. Kelly, reported ns (riving $25.00 should have been $50.00. LANCASTER CHAUAAUQUA JUNN i Perkins, 810.00 Morgan, 10.00 W. T Doulin 5.00 15.00 A K Snndcrs, I.cgnn nn Amlerson Bros... 15.00 Mrs, J C Kobinson, 10.00 5.00 John Ilnll G, T liallnrd, Jr 10.00 5.00 W KMVhittnker Detcctho Hurry J, Ianim. of the fhlriiso ikpIIco force will lecture on llnst.n Telephone Co., r.o.no "Crime: lis Cure." nn (lie tlilnl iirirrnnun of the Chautauqua. 7.00 Is nt prwnt un nctli member of the Chlcign police J K Seale, IMectUe mo department, nml hns bevn grunted n furlough only loni; enough to cowr the Willie T. Walker It. I. Hng'an, -- .00 ' Olimihiucjim circuit. 00 lie linn made hundreds of nrrcMn nml mcc"ful prosecution In the Mu Job Marsee, 25.-1nicipal, State nn.l lYdrrnl court. He hnn m m ml time been rontluil In hos W. S. Howling pital recuperating from Injuries ri'o hcil In the discharge-- of hi duties. He (.. W. Thompson, 10. Of In In n position to pnk iiuthorltuthtly nml he brings u messnge of unusual 2.00 C A. WhcclJon He shows the effect Fisher Hughes, Interest In hl illscil'sloii of crime nml Its pretention. H U0 .. organized crime In cllli'i upon the smaller communities; he shows the prin- Fniv'er, Ilros, of 25. 1'n cipal danger confronting the young men nml women when they cune to the oo Wesley Thompson, city to make tlolr way, nml he shows the fumlnnientnl principles to lie M, Montgomery, . 5.00 In keeping the boys unil girls In the Miinller towns uwny from criminal L 10.00 Will S. Hopper, tendencies. 25 Ernest Prather, At the clone of hl lecture Mr. IKe answers for n llmltetl time nny ques2.U0 Miss Alia Rich, tions hi heiirerx enre to nsk, lie nNi illrplnja nt this time u remarkable 10.00 of tools uhJ by criminals whliti he litis inptured during his work as a .Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1!. Mount, detective. 1.00 Miss Ural lllnkeman, 5 00 J. It. Koyston, . 10.00 U K. Speaks, 5.00 II M Jennings,.... 10.00 Tom Hicks, 10.00 J C. Crawford 10.00 A. S. Deune, . 20.00 Kobt. Hutchlns, , Kdd-- , Grow, 10.00 . 10.00 . Am Ilourne, W. O. Coodloe, 5.00 K. Dunn 25.00 Mrs. Emma Higginbotham,. - 10.00 T. T. Pollard 1.00 10.00 Ernest Montgomery, ao.oo W. G. A. Ilruwn, 10.00 .1. S. Stone 10.00 Lund, 5.00 Wm. lllanks, 5.00 . I,. U Walker 50.00 10.00 A. U. Hughes 5.00 J. W. Sanders Ashby Arnold, 60.00 Dave iloss, .z 10.00 Alex Ilourne, 5.00 Cash, 50.00 J. S. llnsehlen, Ilrynntsville,- - COO Thclma Hamilton, 1.00 20.00 Margaret Gibbs, W. O. Kigney 15.00 .50.00 Lewis Arnold, W. I). Walker 5.00 Jns Sutton, 25.00 W. K. Champ 50.00 W. H. Kurr. 10.00 5.00 E. S. Ilourne, 25.00 A. II. Ilustin und Son 5.00 Jack Adams, Henry Moor?, 20.00 Miss Krunkie Knulfman, 1.00 11. I), Tomlinson 5.00 Mrs. Mattie P. Krisbie, 2.50 5.00 Itobert Gastlneau, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brown, . 10.00 D. F. Ilankln 50.00 (.'nrtiHin hy Fred Morgan In the riillmlelphhi Imiulrer of the fnmous 25.00 who will uppenr on the thlnl evening of our Chautuuipm In a "Joy E, W. Perkins W. D. Mnynard, 25.00 Night" supreme. T. 1.. Dunn 4.00 VVili '. . 50.00 Itobert Hnnkin, Mrs. T. U Dunn 5.00 One-AcTcm I.cavell, col, 1.00 . col., 1.00 Arthor Stotts, Mayfield, col., Tom 1.00 Vcnia ,Ma,vficld, col, 1.00 Cash, 55 1). M. Long, 5.00 5.00 J. T Hill, 5.00 T. O. Hill. 5.00 E. P. Grow. E. II. Itny. 5.00 .1 V'.iVtssrt I.. F. Drown, 2.00 .Jac ' Alex 10.00 W. W Anderson, 1.00 1. 00 Fl Wnrren, Clarer.ce Adams, 75 1.00 Wnltcr Grow, ' 60 I. F Pierce, Otto Simpson, 2.00 1.00 --Vl! -- " tsssWJ?jiaJ jsS Geo.0. lay , 5.00 W. Clark. 5.00 Fluto Turner, I,. Forbes, 2.00 . Mrs, Sutton, 2.00 5.00 John Hamm, tBBBBBBBBBraBLHBB HBaBSBBSBBsY'dBSBSBBaH Emmet Long, 1.00 Forest Calico, 5.00 Mr. Moberly. 1.00 In mldltlou to their musical program, ocal, violin uud piano, the Paramount 1.00 Entertainers will present on the fourth day a complete -- omedy playlet, Hono East, 1.00 "Rosalie," lii one net. This Is u clever furce, full of laughter and thrills, with D. Fothcrgill 1.00 A. Casey, un Interesting plot uud a story well told. 2.00 Tolbcrt Jenkins, Louisa Kay, 50 1.00 Jus Prather, 2.00 Joe Gill Hiram Land, 1.00 24-2- 8 C. C. Grow 1.00 I'oole 0 A Claude Sparks, Mrs. Nora Tenter Tnlton May, Wincie Smitl Smiley Hill Ed. Dniley Clayton King, J. It. KlnkeoJ, W. H. Hay Hite Gill Lorinda Noel, T. W. Dulley Jasper Noel, Thompson Davis, T. Yntes' Hudson H. W. Kennedy, Miss Jennie Duncan, Miss Jennie Cox, Mrs. U Goldstein W. I. Long, Mrs, Bachel Austin, Miss Rachel Henry Mrs. S. B. Henry. Miss .Mrs. ... 00 ......j. 1 2if 5.00 1.C0 1 Ot i ...... ( 1.00 1.00 1.00 1 OC ; . ........J.. .. . ... 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2 00 50.00 5.00 2 t'O ,. ... .' Mrs. Sallie It. Lnwson, Miss Fannie Bishop, Mrs. E. I. Owsley D. F. Sebastian Miss Minerva Cox W. G. Morgnn Mrs. I.ucinda Sebastian, Robinson Cook, Mrs. II. V. Bastin Julia Jim Cox 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 I 00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 2J)0 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 Camp Nelon School, Mias LueVetia Skinner, Teacher Paul Wilson Jersie Dickcrson, John Ellis Mrs. John Preston, Thelma Scott, Flossie Scott Jennie Shcrrow, Calvin Bruner . . 25 50 05 25 10 10 .......... .- Walter Scott, ..... ... .... ..... ....... .. ........ .... Barney Lane, Tom Norris, Charley Welch Carl Brunswick Katherine Knight, Jennie Knight, Charley Glass Mrs, Jane Brough, Andrew Hubbard, Alfred Temple, Charley Montgomery, Irene Kautrman, Hazel KautT.man, Kate Knulfman, Mrs Will Stull Howard King Dougless Merritt, Mrs. Jennie Brough, Elizabeth King, Ed Adams Mrs. Charlie Canter, W. II. Graham Mrr. Collis Walters Wilson Clark Mode Knvanaugh, Mrs. Geo. Smnlley, Leslie Bruner, Mary Simpson, .............. .. .".I. - 25 1.00 50 1.00 25 1.00 1.00 10 10 25 10 10 ......... . 25 10 .. .... 25 25 25 2.50 10.00 50 5.00 50 1.00 50 25 25 ......... 1.00 1.00 1.00 Bettie Bruner, Cartersville ............ .... ..... Paramount Entertainers t at Chautauqua in Appear Comedy .. ..... laak vjssLw illA '' Jk yjHB HK nBs aGBKs??TsssKOw lHfWBaHtpt. sssssWspssH n .......... ... ... ...... .... School, Mist Eva Merry-manTeacher. 5.00 James Smith, Mr. and Sirs. D. M. Carter,.. 3.00 1,25 Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Pitts Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter, -- . 1.50 Mr, and Mrs. John Calico, . 75 Mr. und Mm. Ben Calico . 1.00 50 Lionel Calico, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green, 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Jr.. 1.50 50 Will Bryant 75 Mr. und Mrs. Arnold Bryant, Gene Calico, 1.00 25 Mrs. Pierce Bryant, 50 Homer Parsons, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Centers, -- . 1.00 Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd Smith 1.00 Henry Lanson, 60 .Mrs. I. A. Weddlw, 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, 1.00 Mrs. Klizu Conn, 25 Mrs Susie Wrenleve, . 1.00 Mrs. Mary Carter, Doc Parsons, 50 Cora Carter, Mollie Boiling 50 1.00 Salone Hamilton, 15 Mrs. Leslie Ruble 1.00 William Buckley, 1.00 William Smith, 20.00 Miss Ruth Lane 1.0'J Mrs. Alan Rogers, B0" Mrs. T. D. Ford, 4.00 Hubert Hord, 2.00 Hansel Lr.no, . i.00 1.00 Mrs. Elizabeth Green 1.00 1.00 Miss Myrtle Ruble, : 2.00 Brlce Sechrest, 1.00 Bryanttville, 5.00 II. P. Edwards , 1.00 William Iiutledge B. Ruble, 5.00 Ethel Berkley, 1.00 Mrs. J. 1.00 ii.Oil James Rout Miss Francis Tomlinson, 2.00 Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Brynnt. . . 3 00 John B. Holtzclaw, 1.00 5 00 Mr. Lee Hill, Mrs. Florence Ballard, 1.00 3 00 A. D. Leave.., Luther Itager, 10.00 SO J. W. Askins Eugene Grahnm, . 5.00 Mattie Clark l.'lO Miss Margaret Askins, 4.00 Jim Ike Naylor, 1.00 Miss Nettie Iscn, 50 W. A. Warren 2.30 Mrs. William Brown, 1.00 Charles Banks, col, 2.50 Mrs. Chat. Ison, . 1.00 Mrs. M B. Rose, 5.00 Mr3. Elisha Scott 3.00 Uufus Sams, 1.00 Miis Willie Iran, .00 Naylor Bros. 25.00 Prcf. and Mrs. J. R. Abr.er, 10.00 W. E. C.iliu..?, S.uO Mrs. Daisy S. Ruble l.OO X.. iJ ir.. u. C Dean, 5.U3 ::r:. T. n. zm., 1.00 Mrs. Frank Montgomery, 50 Nannie Z..H S;l., 1.00 Lew i Murphy. 5.00 Mr3. P.obert Ruble . 2.00 Mrs. Scott Huffman, 1 1.00 Hortce G, Hudson 50 Scott Hulfman, 5.00 Mrs. W. II. Duncan 1.00 1.00 Mr. Al Williams, J. P. Hamm, 1.00 Mrs. Bert Stone, 1.00 Angus Sechrest, 3.00 Edgar Duncan, 1.00 Mrs. Will Scott 1.00 Mrs. W. S. Bowling 3.00 Rachel Scott 1.00 Irvine Dean, . 5.00 Lula K. Scott 50.00 1.00 Mr. John S. Ison Jacob Hughes 5.00 Speed Shearer, 5.00 Mrs. Henry Williams, 2.00 Taylcr Preston, 1.00 Mrs. D. S. Lane, 1.00 David Montgomery, 75 Mr. D. S. Lane 2.00 Mrs. Mariah Montgomery, 1.00 Mrs. Joe Hamilton . . 1.00 Rhoda E. Wylie 2.00 Roscce Hamilton, t l.OO Hamilton, Mrs. J. W. Hogan 5.00 Gladj-1.00 Mrs. E. II. Ballard 10.00 Curt Barker, lt00 1.00 Elijah Stinnett Nathan Bray 1.00 H. R. Montgomery, 9.00 Ernest Montgomery, 50 . Martin Brogli 2.50 Herbert Humphrey, 50 2.00 Cecil Humphrey, John Doolin 50 Sherrow, , 2.00 Speed C. C. Becker, 25 E. S. Montgomery 1.00 Luther Humphrey, 23 B. A. Dunn,,.. 5.00 Lucy Grow, 45 Scott and Marsee, 25.00 Mrs. Luther Humphrey, 1.00 2.00 Lewis Lemay, J. J. Montgomery, 1.00 Alonzo Shearer, 1.00 Elijah Barne 1.00 2.00 Inez Crank, Albert Back, Mitt Emma Holtzclaw'i School. Carh 1.00 6,00. School District, No. 40, Miit Parri? Mr. and Mrs. Edd Clark ' Riley Ison 2.00 Clark, Teacher, 2.00 Mrs. Sherman Robinson, 1.00 Jessie Sanders. 5.00 Gatliffe Smith 1.00 Emma Holtzclaw, II. C. Bioan, Colored People of Lancaster. 1.00 Mrs. R. C. Boian, 1.00 1.00 Zeke Lunsford, W. H. Smith 50 1.00 Wm. Warren, Mrs. W. II. Smith 1.00 1.00 Jamer. Hood, E. E. Estridge nnd Sons, 1.00 3.00 Pearl Rice, 1.00 Jim Clark 1.00 Milton Sneed, V George Green, 1.00 1.00 Price Floyd Mrs. Hutelle 1.00 25 Rev. A. W. Jackson, 1.00 Jamet Tincher, 1.00 Mac Cunningham, Mrs. Lizzie Mozier, 1.00 1.00 Wm. Johnson, 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Smith, 2.00 Fllece Duncan, 1.00 James E. Smith, 1.00 Jim Dan Leavell, Geo. L. Adams, ..i, 1.00 20 Maggie Sneed, 1.00 Robert Shaw, 50 Beatrice Doty, 5.00 Pete Hounshell 30 A. M. E. Church 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Mose Cottrell... 1.00 Comldo Floyd,' Of. John Duncan, Fay nnd Mcrryman Green,.. 1.00 B., Pearl and Sam Davis, 1.00 . 1.50 Hays Anderson, 1.00 1.00 Sadie Short, Fred Shockley Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Centers, . 5.00 Sidney Johnson, 1.00 Mrs. Tom Wagers of Colo, 2.00 1.00 Dr. Wm. Johnson, 3.00 Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Mnrshbanks, 3.50 Public Collection 1.00 Joe Marshbanks, 1.00 Johnnie Sadler, 1.00 1.00 Harrison Ray , Burdettc Marshbanks, 1.00 Forett Centers, 1.00 Pleas Blythe 1 00 Sherman Robinson, .... a 0.50 5.00 10.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 50 50 ......... .. ...... . .......... ...r ......... ....... ...... .... .. .. ... .. .... ... .. ........ ............ .. ... ... .............. .... .......... ........... ...... .. ... School Dictrict No. IS, Mill Hurt, Teacher. Charles Graves, Wm. Tudor, Mrs. Woods Tudor, Mrs. W. L. Chandler, Mrs. Major Holmes, Mrs. A. T. Bowling, Mrs. Walter Norman, T. G. Spillman Ida 1.00 10 COULD HARDLY STAND ........... ALONE ........ 35 ,'0 Terrible Suffering From Headache, I,u0 Sideacie, Backache, and Weak- .. t.00 1,00 1.00 25 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 John Tudor, C. II. Ledford M. L. Noe .. ......... ness, Relieved by Cardui, Says This Texas Lady. i Mrs. Zack Hester, Walter Center Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Gooch, Vcrmelle Gooch, Miss Ida Hurt, .... ... .. .. ......... aLaLdsssl ......... ............. ......... .. ............. ............. ............... ................ .............. .............. .............. ...... ... Delia It. Centers 25 Nellie und Myrtle Centers,.. 20 75 Krnert, Anna and Geo. Green Virgio nnd Huttio Davis, 50 50 Stella Davis Mary Ann Wrenn, ......w- 25 10 Mildred Pursons, Hazel and Ocweil Parsons, 30 10 Ollie Calico, Victor and Hallie Carter, 50 GO Stella, Uuelah and Cleo Carter, Oplia Allen, 25 Clayton Gabbard, 25 Carl Gabbard, 25 Bee Parsons, 25 Mary, Herbert and Earl Calico 75 Miss. Eva Mtrryman, 3.26 A, Z. Creech, 1.00 ...... ..... .. Walter Bryant, ...... Raymond Bryant, ..... t. ...... Camp Nelson School, Miss Lucrstla Skinner, Teacher. 10 10 .... .... .... .. .. .............. ......... ............ ............. ....... ............. Calvin Lane, 25 Raymond Mayes. 25 Joe Duncan, 25 Delia Shearer 20 Cindn Shearer, 35 25 Porter Brewster, Malinda Burke 20 Mrs. Win. Prather, Pt. Lick,.. 1.00 Mrs. Richardson, 75 11. L. Kelley 25.00 2.50 John Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. JelT Khodus, 1.00 5.D0 W. W. West, W. A. Henderson, 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Jas Ralston, 10.00 Miss Anna Cochran, 5.00 Miss Marie Arnold, 1.00 1.00 Albert Patley J. A. Scott, 1.00 O. C. Rucker, 2.00 Mrs. J. M, Bell 76 ... ..... ............. .... .... .......... ......... .. .......... .. ....... ........ Mrs. Mlnnlo Phi'.-po- t, Goniales, Tex. of this place, writes: "Five years ago I was taken with a pain In my left side. It was right under ay left rib. It would commence with sa aching and extend up lata my h'.i shoulder and on down Into my back. By that t!mo the pala would bo B eevere I would havo to take to bed, and suffered usually about threo day ...I suffered this v:ay for three, years, and got to bo a nero skeleton and vrai so weak I .could liariil.v stand aloir Was not ablo to eo osywhere and lul to let my house work go. ..I suffered awful with a pain In tuy back and I had the headache all the time. I Jest was unable to do a thing. My llfJ was a misery, zny ctomach cot In an aful condition, causej from takinj so much medlclno. I suffered to much pain. I had just about given up all hopes of our Bettlns anything to helu me. One day a Birthday Almanae wai thrown In my yard. After reading Its testimonials I decided to try Car dul, and am so thankful that I did. for I began to Improve when oa the second bottle... I aa now a well woman and feeling fine and the cur hu been permanent for It has been two years since my awful bad health. I will always praise and recommend U 73 Cardui." Try Cardui today. The Central Record, Thursday, Jurpe 13, 1918. The Central Record INCOnrORATKD. H3IJF.I) WSKKLY. JU.OO.A YKAIl. I A TRIBUTE TO MRS. WIL LIAM G. ANDERSON. Mrs. Lucy Iterndon Anderson died nt her ohme last Saturday evening o'clock. The home at eleven-thirt- y where she was reared; the home where she .was married; the home where she hnd seen much joy and much sorrow, the greatest sorrow being, when her daughter, Mrs. Lula Ilowmnn, died three years ago. tn old neighborhoods, and especially farm neighborhoods, people come to know each other with a sort of knowledge that reaches down into the hidden springs of human nature. What n supreme triumph tt is, having grown old, to merit the respect of those who know us best! "Who can find a virtuous woman; lor tier price is far above rubies; the heart of her husband doth safely trust her. She will do him good nml not evil all the days of her life - she looketh well to the ways of household and ratcth not the btcn of Idleness. Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband so, nml lie prnlseth her. Favor deceitful and beauty is vain, but woman that fearcth the Lor J, sh rhall be praised." All who knew Mrs. Anderson will agree thee ex prcr.dons were highly applicable her. t.oslting backward two or more dc' cades,, we ran find that there was a day when if the church's interests were to be served by activities upon the purely social side or upon the call for money, Mrs. Anderson, ns Presi dent of the Ladies Aid society, or as n member, put forth her magnificent energies and executive ability, for the church she loved ro well. Of inestimable value, she proved her strength to her town, her church nm! her friends, and those who knew her best will not roon forget her. She was perhaps the oldest living charter member of the Lancaster Christian church, having joined at the age of fourteen, when all denonv inations here worshiped together. Mrs. Anderson was married to William O. Anderson, July Gth. 1854. Two anniversaries of this event have been celebrated under their hospital roof, the golden wedding and then the sixty-firwere celebrated with out the loss of one, but had she lived sixty-fourt- h SLVUhin PM Si Kntign I.urirn McKec Grant, n reJUNE 19 TO 29. cent graduate of the Naval Academy, discovered that the reason at Annapolis is nt home for sevcrnl 'Rurkin Kj. I'o.l IIIH Id tnt.trd at for respect for the soldier, was not weeks. Last Friday's Courier Jour penn1 C1m Mull Mmicr Orders have been received nnd calls have been issued by the Selective that lie was a man of war, armed nal contained a splendid picture of Service Hoard for another Increment of men to entrain for Camp Taylor his nil the Kentucky graduates. Lucien Press Association Member Kentucky for destruction, but that back of from June 19th to June 29th, The first rnll Is for colored men and 29 are no arms, there was n man who wns will has had signal honors bestowed upon probhim, among them being the winner called by the Hoard; the second call is for white men nnd they will Ing to die for a principal. Eighth District Publishers League. U.lth. The names ofthose in the current quota of the navigating sextant, presented ably entrain about June are given below. each yenr by Col. Robert M, Thomp Lancaster, Kj., Jane 13. 1918 A Ll.l of White Men In CU son. One of the Maryland Dailies One Within Ihr lurttlit luola called has the following to say of young For Service, Week Startine Juno 24th. Grant: Rates For Political Announcements AddreM, Nnme, Serial Number, Order Number, "Announcement of another pritc 5.00 For Precinct and Citv Offices r. .1 Ijincnstcr, Ky. 453 Ashford Killon, award to n member of the graduat1U.00 "or County Offices 77 Ijinrnster, Ky. Dan Hlack, 330 ing class was made at the Naval Ac in. 00 tor State and District Office .11 'J Sam Long llradhaw Mill, Ky ademy today. The navigating sex10 r"or Calls, per line 0 10 K.O Marcellus, Ky. Joe E. Cox, tant presented nnnually by Col. Rob10 Tor Cards, per line A9 B40 Luther Hrickey, lluena Vista, Ky, ert M. Thompson to the member of For all puhlicalions In the InterSr.H Ilrynntsvlllc, Ky. Soloman Ijiy, 407 the graduating class who proves most est of Individuals or expresrtV.7 Hourne, Ky, William It. Preston, 5!0 proficient of his class in practical sion of Individual views, per pfiO Henry D. Kindred. 4M Lancaster, Ky, and theoretical navigation, has been 10 line 839 William C. Sanders, 504 . 'oy, Ky, awarded to Midshipman U McKce .05 Obituaries, per line 508 5S0 Stcpbin Mosier, I'aint Lick, Ky, Young Grant Grant, of Kentucky. 580 825 General Sewers, Stanford, Ky, R, 4, has been ever since he entered the could No greater calamity Ijincnittcr, Ky; It. 3. 58S 583 Fl Moberly, Academy, one of the star men in nil 5113 845 Charlie Smith, Stanford, Ky, It, 4. overtake this country than for branches of mathematics, standing 594 873 Lce.Slmpwn, Judson, Ky , No. 2 in his class last year in this our people to be possessed o 597 Luther Graham, 310 Hryantsville, Ky. study and ranking No, 10 on gener.il the erroneous belief that, the 5011 Crab Orchard R. 2. Sherman Roberts, 7dl average." war is as good as won, and Sot 5t9 lluttm Vlstn, Ky , George A. Middleten, In rri.iay'a fine 008 that further strenuous exertion 180 Kirksvllle, Ky. John - Carroll. FLOYD K. SWOPE. picture of Midshipman Richard lint-tn.j7 Tfious Prewitt, 020 0S2 jtncster, Ky. is unncccs'sary. Toggle, of Ilarbourville, nppeer (32 This splendid young patriot, is the Charlie Morris, 27 Lancaster, K), The war is not won, and un ed w.t'i the rest of his cl.iss. oldest son of Mrs. llright Herring, 049 79 Ollic Ilkck, Ijinraster, Ky. less all indications are niis This splendid young nun has this county. He has arrived safely 053 James C. Il:.llard, Ky, It. 142 leading, is not likely to be won at the age of twenty, rrndc "somewhere in France". The modal 054 Jamos D. Naylor, 649 Ijincaster, Ky., bating he wears was a marksmanship medal quite a reronl for himself, soon. The forces contending 067 Claude Shearer, Camp Nelson, Ky. 788 f.OS and we have every faith in him get finished Union College in hi native Willie Frye, 291 Iinrastcr, Ky for victory are far too evenly JnV Sherin, ting n Hun when he reaches the first town, completed n course at Control 009 812 Shelby City, Ky matched for cither to obtain line trench. His present address is University, Danville, nnd now grtid 072 Huston WIIon, Crab Orchard, Ky, R 2. 90t any decided victory. "Floyd K. Swope, U. S. Marines uated from Annapolis Nnvit Acod C82 Hahert Gin, SIS Indianapolis, I ml. Every man, woman and emy. He is now very sager to take Itatallion 144th Co., Heplacement 088 Oscar It. Hester, 397 Paint Lick. Ky, Forces, his place among Uncle Sam's sea Expeditionary American Ck9 child in this country should SflO John II. Guy, Lniveaitsr, Ky, His mother has just received the fol fighters nnd those who know him lire 090 34S Walter I. Hume. Ijtneaster, '.y, R, 3. nerve themselves, constantly expecting a splendid record from lowing letter from him; Hire 092 Ijinrmter, Ky, R. 3 Lwkcr. Sir. remind themselves that their him as he is a worthy descendant of DearMother: 70S Charlie Tnnkersley. 903. Paint Lick. Ky. utmost exertion and sacrifice I hnve arrived safely over here a race of men who have dUtinguish712 Gilbert llreck. 92 Carteriville, Ky, is imperatively demanded I nm with a good ed themtclves in every war the U. S. with the Marines. 717 .".0 Ratnrt II. Ilrlm. Ilryanl.vllle. Ky. bunch of fellows- and a real fighting has ever had, except the Spanish Any other attitude must result 723 701 Walter Roberts, Crab Orchard. Ky, Kl, well. Don't worry about American war, there being none the bunch ns 724 Harry C. Stone. 787 Hourne, Ky, in a weakening of the will to proper age nt that time.) and th me, am well and feeling great. 720 Wiley Ilurton, 81 IjincjMtrr, Ky, R 3, win, and a consequent slackenI couldn't get n fur story of their patriotic deeds rends was sorry that 728 Cnlvin 8owdcr, 820 Stanford, Ky,- - R. t. ing of effort and these at this lough, before sailing for overseas like a romance. There is no question 730 Robert W. Layton, tSO I.nicaster, Ky, It, stage of affairs would be fatal duty, but none of the men were al- but that this young sailor will have a 731 John Hall, 380 Ky, R.S, lowed to go home except on account new and worthy chapter to add to to our cause. 740 Noah Sebtln, 831 lmc.iiter. Ky, R. 3. the already lengthy history of brav. of death or it very serious illness. Taylor Bolton, 753 07 ljinraiter, Ky., 11.3. Of course it is barely possi cry. Did you get my last letter and photo 755 William T. I'oynter. 003 Ijinnntcr, Ky, R.2. ble that some fortunate cirYoung Tuggle, who is the oldest 750 Jeesse H. Sutton, until this July, the an graph? I hope alt of you are well. 839 Unrulier, Ky, R. 2. cumstance may befall to throw nlversary, she told us she would not With lots of love, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Tuggle, G. Holbert Preston, 769 0h7 Coy, Ky. victory to our arms, but this is have celebrated it, as Lula was gone, and also the nephew of Judge Jesse Your devoted Ion, 700 George A. Denny, 253 Ky, R. I, D. Tuggle, of Harbourville, is also Floyd.' 773 Mrs. Anderson is survived by her c.;tiemely unlikely until we Leonard I.unsford, 490 lluena Vista, Ky, cousin of Mrs. John A. Conn, Jr, of 779 Andrew II. Crouehornr, 178 now in the !)lst Ky, rave greatly increased our to friends here from Alex pear Lancaster, and she Is proud of Letters 780 Joe Hammonds, 377 Orun Orchard, R. 2. strength on the fighting front year of his age, three children, Mrs. Doty and Gabe Walter, say they have her kinsman ns are the rest of his 781 William Adams, 9 Nannie Young, Mrs. Florence Grant Judson, Ky. So let us reach out after four and Mr. Charles Anderson. She also developed Into fine laundrymen nnd relatives. 781 K, Rufus Adams, Judon, Ky. or five millions of fighting leaves twelve 891 Golden Griffin. 333 and their clothes line would put John Hamilton, Ohio. It was Chinaman to shame. They are also menjiut them on the front, three When Rrportinf for Service Brine FINAL CARD NO. 1007. THRASHERMEN MEET making good soldiers, we dare say, and then SUSTAIN them. It a great satisfaction to her name-sak- e On Tues ley afternoon the thresh- A LIST OF COLOftnt) Joe Wheeler, of Camp Zachary must not be said that America and grandson. Ensign Lucien Grant MEN IN CLASS ONE WITHIN THE who had just graduated with honors, Taylor, is nt home on a thirty day- - crmcn of t1 county gathered in the QUOTA CALLED FOR SERVICE ON JUNE 19th. 1918. a nation that has never yet at Annapolis, to be at home before' County Court room to meet Mr. furlough, having granted this done things by halves, has she died and have her recognize him. time to assist inbeen Name, Serial No. Address, harvesting; his Claude Hohannon of the Grain Divis Order No. 192 Clifford Ingrum, now taken up the practice. Mrs. Anderson had been sick for the wheat crop. Joe is the picturce of ion of the l" S. Food Administration. 424 ilrynntsvilto, Ky, 185 Hud Crutcher, past three months and the esteem in health and seems to have gained ut Mr. Hohannon delivered n very 'en 200 KieJimond, Ky. R. It. We will have peace when our 322 Shirley Sadler, which she was held, was proven least twenty pounds since dorwinic Joyable uduress in which he pointed 800 jinratcr, Ky, arms enforce it not before. 328 throughout this time, by the many the "khaki". Robert Dunn, out h'ow tho thrashermcn can help 202 ljineuter, Ky, 337 Louis Yantls, win the wrr and what the Govern courtesies showered upon her. 79 Ky. Capt. John M. Acton, was at home ment expects them to do. 351 The funeral services were held at Herbert Williams, 949 Ijincastcr, Ky. Christine Giles' 370 family residence, Tuesday after this week looking so young and dan was asked each of the men Sam Wallace, the First it 948 Ky. 37o noon, conducted by her former pas- per, its well his son Carl is in France, If his machine was in good repair Company Appear Otto Leavell, 540 Lancaster. Ky. 380 Eld. F. M. Tinder, assisted Itiehard Walker. or no one would know who wns son and if he had. all the supplies ncc tor, by 934 IlryanlsviMe, Ky, at Chautauqua .190 the local pastor, Kid. J. It. Moorman or father. Capt. Acton has been essary. Every' nian in the county is Geortre lnn. 241 Cincinnati, Ohio, Insti 432 to a Polytechnic W. IlMisley, Her body was placed in the Lnn- transferred John ready to begin thrashing as soon ns 127 I.mraster, Ky, 184 The music on the third day of the caster cemetery where she "rests tute, at Auburn, Ala., where he will the wheat is ready and all the ma Prank II. Anderson, 20 Lancaster, Ky. Chautauqua will li furnished by Hen Dunn, 488 chines are in good order. from her labors and her works do examine recruits. 239 Ijinrnster, Ky, trio of skilled artist, the Chrltlne follow her." 190 Eddie Moberly, Next every man was warned that 592 ljinraiter, Ky, Lt. Frank L. Moye, has returned filles' conipnny proentlng hish-c'508 Dudley Kin. the government expected n sheet to 402 Lancaster, Ky, R 3. selections, both Instrumental und vo He to Camp Dick, Dallas, Texas. 030 Sam Rite, be used nround his rig so that nunc 748 Ijtneaster, Ky. COLORED DEATHS had the thrilling experience of being of 059 M.irtir. Letcher, the wheat would be wasted. Iineaster, Ky, Ut ordered to France, but for soma rea 074 Every grain of wheat lost this year 'Aunt" I.ucy Huffman, a well Itf Carnre Adams, linrnsUr, Ky, It. 3. known colored woman died suddenly son, 200 were taken on the transport is a national loss und the govern 079 WIIHnm Hurdettc, 111 Ijinmtter. Ky, ust as they were ready to sail, and ment will permit no man to willfully Wednesday evening. 087 She was the Bd Lear, 543 Uncoiter, Ky, R. 1. ordered back to camp. He said that waste wheat or other food stuffs. G97 wife of Harry Huffman. Her son Alfro.1 Sott, 844 Point Lick. Ky. It. to bo good Harrison Drown left here about 20 they had all learned .98 Every wugon whether that of n Shirley Ptrkini. 710 loineaster, Ky, enough soldiers, "not to reuion why. years ago and the family are anxious 700 thrasherman or u farmer hauling lltrbort Cunningham. 37 Indianapolis, Ind their's but to do and die" if nec wheat to the machine must have u to learn of his whereabouts. 701 The Morrw I'uIIIm, 097 I'aint Lick, Ky, remains of Spence Royston were essary. 721 George Wcarren, t!ght bottom bed. This rule is to be 909 Lancaster, Ky, brought to Lancaster yesterday and 727 John Faulkner, 288 Palint Lick, Ky, .Mrs. George Pierce, writing from strictly enforced and Mr, Hohannon will be buried today. He left Lan823 went on to show the caving this will Arthur Cook, 197 Cincinnati, Ohio. her homs in Wennn Illinois, says: caster several years ago. 830 Jowe Uaugliman, 78 Huntington, W. Vn. "I receive tho Central ' Record mean to Garrard County. Accord013 ing to experiments carried out by Charlie lloutright, 74 Richmond, Ind. every week, and it Is like a long let Freddie Knew the Symptoms. 015 the government every wagon with ii Walker Leavell, 512 Lancaster, Ky, Freddie was visiting a liny new buby. ter from my dear old home. I must 9G0 tight bottom bed will save in one day Richard L. Dunn, 220 Marcellus, Ky, After looking at the baby for a long say that I am proud of Kentucky, as 087 bushels of wheat. Letcher Shelby. There are 790 IlrynntsYllle, Ky, time, he came running tn his mother look over the names in the Itcd baby's little fists Cross work. My denr boy, Oscar eleven mnchlnos in Garrard County and exclaimed. TheWhen reporting for tcrvice brlna- (mil carJ No. 1007. are both loed nml It looks us If It Sebastian, is In France. received and they are served with an average Local Board Garrard County Lancaster, Kentucky, of 6 wagons making CG wagons (mulwas going to Mart a light." tho card that he landed safe "over G. T. BALLARD, Chairman, JOHN M. FARRA, ing wheat during the thrashing sc'u- S.er.tary. there". We have a great and good SO days. If each First Market Place. work going on here all the time, to son which is about Tim town record contain ullusloni help win this war and with tho help of these wagons 1ms a tight bottom tn "the market place" as early as lfi.Hl going to bed 90 bushels of grain will be saved Three yearn before, In 10.13, the gen- of the Dear Lord we are per day nml n saving of 3,5G4 bush ij) win." eral court hail ordered that a market els of wheat will bo effected duritiR should bo kept In Huston every Thurs Mrs. Ralph Bingham, A letter from our young friend, the season in Garrard County alone. (!) day, and the place (.elected was Iho Hilly" Miller, says that he is now U $2.00 per bushel this will duets, and widest part of Stato street (then ml. There will be permanently located with tho ma amount to $7,123 saved to tho farm-er- s euserable numbers, violin, piano and known Interchangeably Water strevt tlute being the Instruments used. of Garrard County. Is not this ,( Market street) where It opened chine gun Company of the 51st, In Christine tlollntst Into tho main Mreet or highway of IIox- - fantry, ut Camp Forest, Gn., and Is worth while nnd will any fair think and soprano soloist. Is the talented bury. flighted with his work. In writing ing farmer In the county objict to wife ..of Italpli Illuifham, tho f the pleasure that Mr. Rogers gave fixing his wagon bed so that this bushumorist, who appear on the them when he recently visited tho hel and Constellation Lore. per day may be third night. She has u voice of wonConstellation lore reflects the charwas saved? derful clearness and volume with a acter of tho people who make tt. The camp, ho says; "Mr. Roger down from I'aint Lick last Sunday, It was also suggested by the charming, unaffected manner which Eg)ptluna peopled the Uy with ym- - and ho certainly looked good to us thrashermcn that farmers cut their adds to the effect of her artlMIc work. IH'IS Ul I... I.. .1.....!.. UlltfI ..... (lie boys. lUlir U1UIJ I1UIUKMI", f pleasing part of the program U her We, all went upon Lookout grain high this year so that so much Vi,niuni w,.knni, ltolllllllH, playing a violin obligate to her owu lug Mountain and had a great time, and straw will not have to bo run thru (!) after, chunged tho Kgyptlun roil- songs. Mrs. lllnsharn will also aslm Mellutlnns to agree with their lire then he bought the boys their dinner the machines thus saving time. as accompanist to Mr. Bingham In hti und beliefs. In this manner, during and supper, which as you know addThe thrcshermen of thecounty will (!) evening's entertainment. many centuries, soma of the original ed much, to the pleusuro of the day. do their part during the coming seaHarold Lindsay, pianist. In an ac- roustellatlons were forgotten, und In a Sergt. J. W. Dunn, was over to son and It is now up to the farmers First WE SELL FOR LESS. complished yoting musician who has few nixes only a mime remained asappeared as accompanist with a num- sociated with certain groups of stars. see us Monday and wc had quite a to do theirs that the entire grain nice chat, talking about the "dear crop of the county may be saved, ber of artists. J. 2 IY1IHIY1 LULUriU Z is ITU IT Hilly asks to be old school days." remembered to all his friends, his correct address being "M. G. Co., Bltt. Infantry, Chattanoogn, Tenn., 47 WHITE TO REPORT MEN AND 29 COLORED MEN fi. ROHINSON. Editor. Military Ilranch." IN NEXT DRAFT FOR CAMP TAYLOR R.L KI.KIN. Locnl Editor nnil Milr 1 1 lourler-Journl,,- ii -- n 1 1 1 devoted-husban- grand-childre- n 1 j I Shoes 0 and Oxfoi cis ! well-kno- one-ha- I ,,. I i Let us save you mone on them i i l it Sander's Variety Store. n TIim Central Rocoril. Thursday. Juno 13 1918. ATTRACTIVE STYLES AND PRICES ON Suits, Coats and Dre bSOS WASH SKIRTS AND WAISTS IN FRESH NEW STYLES. The Joseph Mercantile The One Price Store. The House of Quality. i o. wo Horse uorn uruis sau.uu uiiverij GoSSiP A ' A 11 I and John Deere Cultivators $50, Each1 John Deere Mowers $70.00, Malta Double Shovels Smoothing gfg'kT o'"' i'.iid Mtntion of the Comings Awt Arc Miss Kntherine Mills, nurse of Lexington, Miss Ilettie West. trained I is here visiting Miss Emma Doty has returned home after a delightful visit to her sister, in Louisville. Miss Dove Harris, of Danville. spent the week-en- d with her nieces, the Misses Anderson. Mrs. C). R. Carncnter. has return ed to her home in Hendersonsville, N. C, after a short visit with her parents, Mr. ami .Mrs. S. D. Carpenter, at Preaehcrsvillc. Lieut. I . w.iiMi-sner uowcrs were a mr. sage of white sweet peas. Mrs. Gar. man was attired in a dark blue silk dress ami a corsage of pink sweet pens, Mrs. Jones dress was of grey voile, with this she wore a corsage of pink sweet peas. Sergt. Stewart is with the 300th, Ammunition Train, now stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pierce, and is one of the most attractive young girls of the Highlands, nnd has many friends in Garrard where she 'once lived. They will make their home with ine Dride s parents. yTho.c wt itmtd tid in.. Hcrea, ft.o. Homing 1T tf T!l. lmsk narrows au.uu Utf-- Sl MWMSSBSSSSSSWSSSSSSSSSSSSSKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSgsf KhVaird, arrived from damp Taylor to. ay and are guests cf Dr. nnd Mrs. J. Si. Klrmair.l. Virgil Kiinnaird and Mrs. 523. Mouse I'nint ftJOO per iliillon National Pence I foot. (0c roil, Amcrienn J. occax R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. w3 t8Ma Another Drive gainst the Iotrhs Starts June 24th That entire week will be Kiven over for the sale If yon started to say you of Wiir Saving Stamps'. wore tirt'd of tliuse drives, pick up your paper and read how many of your 700,000 soldiers in France have bren in while you are nt home in perfect safety and you will be Rlatl to buy (not to jjiv.) This month you can buy n certificate of Uncle S.W that will be worth $100.00 on Jan. Ut, 1923, for $83. 10. Cnn you beat it from an investment standpoint, not to mention your patriotic duty, foe if a man or woman will not help America now they should be "interred, not interned'. 5 a 3 Publicity Committee This space contributed by the three Lancaster banks. a m HIWMMMMWMWWMMM0MMIIHMIIIIHMtl DC C IT DC PftEST-G-LST- E OFFICIAL Battery Service Statio New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Th;e Starter,$500.00 191G Overland extra Tire, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. All makes of Storage Batteries paired, and charged. re- The ianvs fie Buick Do L. I). CONN. Proprietor. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. II II ii irii ii II ii ir Miss Mary Ilclfe Spoonarr.ore, reMr. and Mrs. George Ilrown and turned to licr.home in Stanford after Mr. nnd Mrs. Miley Walker were a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ir Sam Walters was n visitor in visitors in Danville, Saturday. George Spoonamore, on the Rich-- ! , Lexington Saturday. .Mrs. Joe Brjant has completed .nond road. Mits Jennie Duncan spent Monday her business course, nt Lexington, Mr. W. D. Walker, is overseeing a nnd is at home for a vacation. in Stanford ith relatives. crew of men in u .Munition plant at Mr. and .Mrs. John Bauehman. ami Nashville nt n lucrative salary. Miss Eliizaheth Anderson, He na ssn. and .Mrs. J. F. Robinson, of Dan is pleased with his work, so he w rites How Many Cut.le Ftet In Ton of Coal? visitor in Stanford last week. II "c i.. u n: tit- - lnfiirinatlciu which to friends here. ville, spent Sunday in Lancaster. . will I:ilp you tn solve the vexing prol-leMrs. Ellen Wheeler of Kirksville, that Is apt to be a hardy annual, MesJames R. E. McRoberts, E. C. was the guest Sunday of Mrs. U J. Mr. Julian Anderson of Akron, O, hnw- - much coal tn order In Gaines, and J. E. Stormes, motored that K Snnford. ts here for a snort visit to his par .'d'r tn till the hunker., hut without to Lexington, Tuesday, to attend lining tn put cnts, .Mr. and .Mrs. Charlie Anderson rue In an old barrel In Mr. Robinson Cook, of Iowa State the State Convention of the Federa- ill.' i'i:t!inis.. ten of egg eon I eon-i-IiCollege, is at ho me for the summer Miss Emma Baker, who. taught the ted Womens Club. fn.m thirl' i.o to thirty-tigh- t vacation. past year at Hazard, is here to spend 'iot, mcrnr 5 about llilrty-fhe- . Ily Mr. Hayilen I.eavcl! is improving r. the i ihlcal contents i.f your Miss Margaret Cook, of K. C. W., the vacation with relatives at Xina at his home on Stanford street, after Mil you will able to estimate how Danville, is at home for the summer olesdnmcs Cabell Denny, J. A suffering for several days from Paris : u h In nnlcr 1 . till tluin. Tills may vacation. ijiine by mi 'I (plying together the Royston, K. C. Gains. Mattie Dun Green poisoning, . contracted while ill. Iitvuiltli nil depth of 'yoitr bin. Mrs. Mary Coley of Richmond, can were visitors in Danville. Mon spraying potatoes. Monthly. I'niialar Hclti spent Sunday with . relatives and day. Miss Martha Ward Sweeney leaves friends here. Mri. .Martha Frisbie is in Dan this week to visit her aunt. Mrs. II. " Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stnn-- j ville. this week to sec her nephew. Mr A. Hoeing, in Chicago. She was accompanied as far as Louisville, by T i thrt irnn.t nt Will Price, who is at home from Pan font. un.l Classified Column. her father, Mr. J. W. Sweeney. ama 1C Ilnsclden. Miss" .Margaret Morrow, who has Lieut. Pierre Le Toney, of Fort Master George Hogard of Louis.- WANTED: 100 good locust ville is the gucstof his grand father, Uglethorpe, Ga was the guest of been teaching in the D. and D. Col. lege, nt Columbus, Ohio, is at home posts. G. A, Swinebroad. Mr. Jew Doty. Miss Elizabeth Anderson the past with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. E. W. week. FOR SALE: Mrs. Frank Drowning has returnRefrigerator. PracMorrow, for the summer vacation. tically new. Misses Norma Burns Montgomery, ed home after a visit to her parents, . J. R. Harris. Mr. H. Clay Kaulfman gave a din- It. pd. in Lebanon, Ky. Katherine Haley and May Brown of Bcrea, were week-en- d guests of Miss ner last Monday evening to Prof. FOR SALE: Dr. M. S. llattield is in Lexington, One six ycer old P. H. Hopkins. Beside the guest of j nttending the Dental Meeting, held Marie Ray. honor, those present were J. M. work mule and 100 bales of good Miss Alho Arnold has returned Farra, W. B. Burton. Joe J. Wall er. timothy hay. there this week. J. B. Woods, home after spending the winter In Dr. Milton Elliott. Manse, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg of Morgantou, S. C., where rho taught 2 Memphis, Tenn., arc visiting Mr. and m the I). Mr. and Mrs. Rnvmond llnlden FOR SALE: .Monroe roadster and I). School. Mrs. J. D. Gullcy. and children, spent Sunday in North automobile. In good" condition, Mrs. C. R. Henry and son, James ..ilUilletown with Rev. F. M. Tinder, with self starter. Will sell cheap.. Mr. Karl Ilroaddus is upending Milton, and .Miss Sudie Harrison, of and family. They were nccomnan. W. T. King. several days in Chicago, with his Klrksville, were week-en- d guests of ied there by Miss Delia Tinder, who brother, Mr. Oneal BroaHdus. .Mr. and .Mrs. Milton Wnrd. FOP. SALE:--- i "lie John .Icerc will spend the summer vacation with gasoline Hay ..ms. Gooii her parents. ra.iui- Mrr. I'attie Anderson left Friday Mr. and Mrs. William Garrigue Ilutir tin. night for a visit to her daughter, Mrs left Sunday, Moore, Mijs Nancy Hagan. nas accented for Chicago, after a vis- Camp Nelson, Ky. II, D. KIniore, of Tennessee. it to her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. a position in tho stole of Mr. J. E. S Conn, on Richmond street. Dickerson, and will be glad to wait Miss Heriha For Sale: 100 barrels of corn in Walters, and Mr. m Woolridge, of Kevito, are here visitin shuck, near Judson, Ky. Mr. and .Mr. Fleece Robinson and uiu.ii her friends. Miu ing her sister, Mrs. M. S. Hatfield. X. II. Bogie, Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jecse Walden. of Dan- ct tnis year's graduates of the High School, and promises tu become u ville, attended the funeral uf Mrs. Mrs. Hobcrt Hunting of Danville, competent clerk. William Anderson, Tuesday. who was the guest of Mrs. J. K. FOR SALE: Poland China RegMrs. James B. Kinnaird jim! last week, ha returned home. istered boar. A good one and In .Mr. Clayton Morrow has accent. Robert, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Joe Walker .Ir splendid shape ed n position in n munition plant at for service. Mrs. Kdd Scale ntiil son, James Miss Margnret Morrow, nnd Mr. Will S. W. Morgan, Stanford, Route 4. isamvllle, renn.. nnd writes that he Kcgers Daw in, have returned from a pleasmotored to Danville. Tn.. i much pleased with his new duties. ekiy morning to ant visit to her parents in Owsley see Mr. John Gill county Kfnr.aird, who was nasslm- - ihm STOCK HOGS WANTED : Good Dr. .Milton Elliott, of Louisville heaJthy ones, raised by present ownDental College, has returned home thero to Camn Green. S. f!.. Jim Gertrude Wilkinson, of Staner, 100 to 125 pounds. Drop postal no win soon embark, for France. ford, is spending several days with and will spend the vacation with his or telephone at once. Henry Lloyd, parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Klliott. her nunt, Mrs. Wilkinson, on Mnple Mr. Logan Christonher r.f Ijineastcr, Ky, Phone 204. Avenue. Mr. nnd Mrs Bristow Conn and set, has been here for several days, Ilnstow Jr.. of Danville, and Mrs. visiting his brother, .Mr. Letcher Miss Mary Lou Menrle of Crest-wooChristopher, and other relatives in STRAYED: To my place June Ky, has accented a position Anna Miller of I'hilndelnhin. the county. 1st, a spotted hog, weight about 200 .Mr. Christopher leaves r as at the Bank of Dry guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Conn, in a lew uays ror the Great Lakes pounds. Owner can have same by bunJay. antsville. Training station. He is a fine young proving property, paying for Dr. and .Mrs. M. S. Hatfield, and leuow ami we know he will nut. Mrs. Ucttic Duerson and its keep. and Mrs I. p. Naylor Daisy Reynolds of Richmond, were two interesting children, and Mrs. good in the branch of army life he lt-precent visitors of Mr. K. L. Ilngnn Elizabeth Joseph, motored to Somer nas chosen. FOR SALE: White Navy beans, set, auniiay, und were guests of and family. fresh sweet milk, butter and bnifop rein tit e. PIERCE-STEW- ART milk, spring chickens arid pure Miss Luclle Ramsey, of Athevitle, Mrs. J. M. Staughton, who has eggs. N. C, came Friday night to spend Mrs. J. R. Curd. The marriage of Miss Lillian lt-ptho summer with her aunt, Mrs. W, been with her husband Lieut. StaughLancaster, Route 3, Pierce to Sergt. Edward Thnmn. ton, in Greenville, S. C, for several O. Goodloe. solemnized OLD FALSE months, Is the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Stewart, was quietly TEETH WANTFn Miss Billic Sanders leaves Clay Sutton, at their suburban home, May 23th, ut the home of tho Itev. DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. W. N. Brinev. pastor of tho rtrnml. for n visit to her sisters, Miss "Pino Court." We pay up to SIS ner set Abm way Christian Church, Stella Sanders, and Mrs. J. J. Pur. at 5:30 cash for Old Gold. Silver and broken Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price, and o'clock. sley, in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Minor Cor-ma- n Jewelry, Check sent by return two children," Mrs. A. G. Lackey, and Mrs. Thomas E. Jones were mall. Goods held 10 days for senders Miss Mary Ilrown is In Louisville. Miss Mary G. Lackey, all of Danville, the attendants. approval of our offer. Mazer's Tooth to visit her aunt. Miss Allle Brown. motored over Sunday and spent the The bride wore a beautiful nwn Specialty, Dept. A., 2007 S. 6th St.. and her brother, James Ilrown, who day with their grand-motheI). of old blue silk with a quaint poke Mrs. Pa. Is at Camp Taylor. M. Lackey, and Miss Jeannie. bonnet of white Georgette and white Mrs. Chester Lewis is in visiting her parent. I l' L t i i l!an nl.,. The Central Record, Thursday. June 13, 1918. Mr. Wlllliam Duncnn wishes to express his gratitude to his many friends nnd neighbors who were so .Mr. Editor: kind nnd helpful to htm during his I find from reading the Literary wife's lingering Illness. Digest that the (Junkers, or Friends, Dr. (,. H. Spcnke of Nnpn Cnlifcr have been as they call themselves holding conventions or mass meet- nln, has been visiting relatives nnd ings to reaffirm their doctrine of friends In Kentucky, nlso of Garrard He left Monday 4ot 1'r.r 3 peace and opposition to war or to county. benrng nrms and to strengthen their where he will spend n few day , and ncmbers in this peace doctrine; us then he will go to Strnsburg, Coin., they were the followers of Jesus, the thence to his home In Cnllfomi.i I'rincc of I'eaec, they could not take Elizabeth, the little two year eld any part In war. baby of Mr. and Mrs. Scott HiiITn on, New the truth In the case is that wns severely burned Saturday after Je.us did not teach nny such doc-t- r noon, death resulting within s.x ne or Rive any such command. The cause of the accident is hours. Matthew 10:24, Jesus says "Think unknown. The family were absent OF not that I nm come to send peace on from the houc, being out In the y.i I the earth: I enmo not to send peace, nnd the child had been playing but a sword. Luke 12:51 "Suppose them, when for n few moments i yc that t am come to give pence pn had been out of sight tilt! next wer earth?! tell you. Nay; but rather heard its streams and the mothir He nnd Luke 22:35" And division." It sister found her in fiames. said unto them, when I sent you is supposed that the child had pushed without purse, and scrip, nnd shoes, n chair up to where it could reach lacked ye anything! And they sji I the matches nnd having struck one, Verse 20, Then said He caught her clothing thereby. The nothing. unto them, but now he that hntii a remains were laid to rest Moshlay in purse, let him take it, and likewise the Lancaster cemetery at ten A. M. his scrip. And he that hnth no The family have the sympathy of the sword, let him sell his garment and entire community, nnd we commend buy one, now if it was more impor them to the Heavenly Father wh tant to have a sword than an extr, knoweth and doeth nil things well knew that those thnt While her place will be vacant nnd property. garn'ent, Jesus sell the following described he was sending out to preach the Gos- cannot soul her One bay mare, 3 yearling calves, 1 sow and four pel would need weapons of defense, gone to be filled,Those little mourn has who her rest. course he Intendas matter of pounds; 1 sow and eight andthema to use those wenpons. And loss are father, mother, two sisters pigs, weighing from 25 to ed pounds; 1 young cow; 1 1 think if you my Quaker friends, and three brothers. to pigs weighing from will find that Jesus himself engaged cow and calf. in a fight when occasion required it. WAS IN When He had shown His Divine pow- DRUMMER on day of sale. TERMS made known er by changing water into w'ine; as the Jews were preparing for a NaCONDITION tional feast at Jerusalem, He went up to Jerusalem and finding there in the temple those that sold sheep, and Says He is Much Better New oxen, nnd doves, and the changers After Taking Vin Hepatica of money, sitting; And when he had made a scourg of small cords he drove them all out of the temple, and "You can co the limit In sayime what the sheep, and the oxen, and poured 7011 please about me," says I). M IUi era, a well known Nashville salesman, out the changers money, nnd said to to the Vin Hepatica expert "I am so ti em that sold doves, take these much better oft than I thought I things hence; make not my fathers could be after the awful experience I t hare had for )ears with my stomach. Now-ihtuse a house of merchandise. "1 was In such a terrible condition is natural to suppose that as It was that I jut couldn't hold anthlnK on a national feast there were great my stomach. Nothing would satisfy numbers of thcf-- cattle sellers in the me I suffered so terrible at times that I almost wished 1 didn't hare a temple, but Jesus drove them nil out stomach. Ilut I want to say to you with the whip that he made; 1 can rlclit now that Vin Hepatica has no almost Imagine how those big broad- - completely relieved me that I on eat shouldered Jews looked as they anything without the least fear of it upsetting my stomach. crowded the doors, and fell over "And If anybody asks you." said hs, each other to escape the blows of at the Arcade Drue Store, "what 1 that whip. They outnumbered him, think of Vin Hepatica. you can Just to the limit Anything that will do perhaps by thousands, but they were go fallow as much good as Vin He a market. Soma "T'HERE crc a Izt cf culUvatc73 en all willing to get away, perhaps call- - pallia did me In my almost unbear!r.g back, "don't hit so hard, that able condition Is worthy of the hlcheit arc good ctIior3 net co gocd. Dut there is one praUe that mortal tongue can glvn It." hurts. liiat ncarlv every farmer lias heard about We this greit Quakers who Nature stronxly roeommend get a bottle These tender-hearte- d remed and claim to be followers of Jesus would and try It, on ourlme W 4 Fivct Ar!o Calli-aS- sr not make a whip or bind on a sword know It Is a real uiedlclce of lb. hlf a Every man lzX !:a3 ever uieJ Ii.Ccir.ationM i'o. A la aldrive out the gentle Turk, or the est merit. to It. K. McUOIlKKTS. Druggist ways ready to My a 300 J vord for its clean work and ea3y operatthe door Hun, from k ion. Every nun that lias a boy of 14 or ever ouht la put htra in the field that protects them, what would you Yrith a No. 4. CJiaute arc he will La.t lui clc J it doicj a c.fa job. do dear Quakers, if ycu saw a Turk, CARTERS VILLE. You can tluJju ti crooked rows aa J c!;an oxit lha weed in a way that or a Hun, playing with your infant will aurpiise you. This ij because tho wheels pivot mil ths gang shift with cae slight nation of the foot. Eay It is the rirnu.ett cultivator you ever point of his bayonet? child on the Mrs, C. S. Hoop who has been ill rude on. You cm change the cultivating width without Dropping the team: But your inconsistency shows clearis better nl this writing. j Jtt a twist of the wrut ly when you refuse to receive into The on!;svwy'fo tjoify yourself that we are not stretching the truth and Mrr. Eliin Conn visited her daughyour society others who want to pro- alio to Itru t the many ether exclusive (cat urea of the No. 4 U to coma Allen, last week. cct their consciences by being mem ter, Mrs. Pierce a and U a '. ocr auyla. Mjsses Myrtle and Cora Carter bers of your society, telling them no, you can't shirk your duty by joining visited Miss Kstella Davis, last Suncur order; go on and fight and we day. will reap the benefit. Air. nnd Mrs. B. T. Calico, visited Now dear Quaker friends, if you her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, W. Wy-li- e, Phone 75. Bryantsville, Ky. are in favor of the war for the pro last Sunday. tection of the freedom of conscience Mr. und Mrs. Leslie Wylle vis'ted buckle on your nrmor and march: if ou arc opposed to it suy so, but her parents, Mr. und Mrs. J. I). Carn't shirk behind i conscience that ter, lust Saturday. don't exUt to avoid your duty. .Mrs. W. F Parson-- i visited her Nannie J. Payne. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison Creech, last week. PUBLIC SALE FURNISHINGS AND LIVE STOCK. THE QUAKER p If you do this with K0R-KER FARMING IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD PUNCTURE-CUR- E (Am-pncStandard Tlrfi Treatment) t tan t t our claim rttf tjulcklr. I 1.101? chnt ty that you can f t ort a Ijaj; rlda Jrte from pnnc 1r rrv I r uer I Tor Iter la a prtttrvUlr 0 n :r and will civ rour tube thrftfota Ufa. Wo lura analytical chctnlu'a ft fort to this t fleet and nur own tflYrn trata briMta. Inner tube lnattatrl w.th Kork f r cifJ ara nro at lui, mmM TiV ra unj than stou t r na ire r w a won u t mm ysurself that If yn want Install. nc Cor K.r I'unctcrc Cure fr You can clb ftrnantnllj naltJ. Tour tires will always bo at proper Inflation Aj If 11ft tim Mj irjit bow- - WRHMMaHBB ilia: I will, at the old home of J. D. Baker, on Back Creek, on Drlvo a naH Into your tire. Tull It out and with onn revolution of your lrhccl rrr will it mm Kur-Ke- 1 Saturday, June 15th, at 45 30 50 10 a.m. 4 v v Puncture 7t r skeptical you can't No matter doubt after suck a test, can you? Tt J. B. SANDERS. Hyattsville, Kentucky. Distributor for Garrard County. LERRIBIi EDD BAKER, Administrator. Rsdpath LANCASTER. Chautauqua JUNE 24 TO 28. hit OFFICIAL PROGRAM BY DAYS riRST AFTERNOON Introductory F.xcrciscs Fnirchild tirund Concert Organization of Children's Hour Concert Lecture Children's Hour FIRST EVENING Fairchild SECOND MOUNING SECOND AFTERNOON The Montague Light Opera Singers Concert Wro. Forkell . Lecture, "Adam Going to School" SECOND EVENING Montague Light Opera Singers Grand Concert THIRD MORNING Children's Hour THIRD AFTERNOON Christine Giles Cempany Itccital Lecture, "Crime Its Cause and Prevention". .Harry J. Loose THIRD EVENINC - Chrittine Giles Company Hccltnl Ilnlph Bingham Joy Night . FOURTH MORNING Children's Hour FOURTH AFTERNOON Paramount Entertainers Music and Drama Exhibit of War Cartoons of the Allied Nations FOURTH EVENINC Music and Drama Paramount Entertainer A I'lay by the Local Children Patriotic Pageant Lecture, "Loyalty to the Home Town" Clinics Howard Plattenburt FIFTH MORNING Children's Hour FIFTH AFTERNOON Quartet Uidiri Quartet Sergeant Bernard S. Wolff The GsMvatcr You Hear About tz Interaauxd lb. Becker & Ballard. Buildings ...... Fair For Sale! Lecture Kxhibit of Famous Uaemuckers Cartoons FIFTH EVENING (rand Concert Liberty Belles Lois Of Good lumber at Auction In order to close up the business of die Lincoln County Fair Assodiation, we, as a committee, will sell at public auction at 3 p. m. for croopy children. reli-- f. Have this cflcctive remedy at hand It's thankful Pleaiwit to take. Mildly laxative. Misses Maude und Maggie Whitted were guests of their aunt, Mr Will Bryant, last Tuesday night. Cow Peat, Soy Beam, TennesiQS Millet, Crimkon Clever Seed for sale. Hudson, Hughe, and Farnau. Miss Lizzie Carter and Miss Myrtle, mude a buslne-- i trip to Paint L.ck, but Saturday afternoon. treason Tickets for the Entire, Week $2.00 if Bought Before the 10 per the Ooeninc Day. This Doet Not Include rent. War Tax Which V.'ill Be Collected for the Govern, msnt at lha sate.) H SATURDAY, JUNE 15th, 1918 On the Fuir Grounds, the Floral Hnll, Amphitheatre, Secretary's OHice. I'ens, Keiicmji. Posts, Stull Lumber, mid nil of the Band Stuntl; II discovery for Coughs s Colds Constipation Causes Sickness Don't permit yourself to become constituted, as your system immediately Ixrgins to absorb poison from the Use Dr. wane matter. luckrd-uKing's New Life Pills and Leep well. against 'I h. re ii no Utter All druggists illness Try it tumul t. King's asoidbyauMjsuts Preston Ward vUlt-eMrs. John Pcnr.ing;oii, last Saturday night and Sunday .Mr. und Mrs. d Mr. an otlrer possessions on the grounds of the sihi Lincoln County Fair The vurious buildings will be sold as they stand on the rounds There is n lot of excelleir building muteriul tn be disposed of. For particulars see the following iient'.einen (it Stanford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington I eti Idren, vieitcd Mr. 1. und Mrs. C , P.oop, Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gabburd were culled to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. John Jackson, cf llercu, who Wc hopo th was aecideitly shot. th shot wilf not be serious. i sjTI 1 j"5Mtt.w.iiey Put on the Bevo Glasses when you set the table for the bite you rtrc going to enjoy with your guests of the evening. I lerc is a lunch menu worth remembcrinc ' Cream cheese nr.d chopped olive Snndwichcj (cn brown Eevo. breadj dill pickles shrimp salod ice Itself n nutritive, Bevo adds an nppctirinu flavor to nny meal hot or cold, lifiht or heavy. Served everywhere families supplied by croccrs, druggists or dealers. The soft drink ld 3. W. GIVENS, W. G. GOOCH, J. H. WOODS, Com. BOURNE. Mr. S. II. Speakc sold to Mr. Irvln Deane, u calf, price $25.00. Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Click, Salt. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Mary Soper of Jessamine Co., W. It. Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Coulter, Miss Ida Speake spent last week In Lexington, with her sister, who Is at tending school there. Mrs. Irvine Olakeman returned to her home In liuena Vista, after weeks visit with her father, Mr. Win. Duncan. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Of BOUBBON rOULTPV ynvr Office Phone 18. Residence PhoneJ33. jirerenu cholera, diarrhoea andolbercblck dlteate. one coo bottle makes IS eallone of medicine At all JruaiUts. tiainnleand booklet onT,Il-ci.t.sent OTIKK. Bssrsss Heater Ce. bii-VIj down a chick's thnul curee few tba Sauea. A waterdrope tn aau cores vUI Anhcusei'-Dusc- Meneac(eraenJ UttUJ e.clu.l.ejr by h St. Louis Distributors Crab Orchard Bottling Co. ' A II tit ORCHARD, KY. Ilaselden Brothers. The Central Record, Thursday, June 13, 1918. EVERY STREET IN LANCASTER Has 1 BUILDING Ijin-rnst- er Hop-id- lit 2hare of The Proof That KiJnej NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR Stiffen V ri Seek. Kidneys weak! with urinary Ills? "Vnnt n rclinble kidney remedy? ilon't hac to look far. Use that people recommend. Kery n'r'ct In Lancaster hn lU enscs, ten - cne Lancaster nnn'.i ex perienec .et V f Carrier, farmer, tell It hr s.i)i "I l.ucl ilull bnckachci that bothered mc, especially during the kidney ncted irrcg night and I used Dunn's Kiitney I'ilK ulnrly, procure I j.: Stormes Drue Htorc nnd of the biiknchcs nnd other !,n I hnvc hud kidney trouble left me. no rctun f the trouble." Don't I'rtcc fiOc, Bt nil dealer. get r:mply ink for n kidney remedy Iloan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr Carrier had.. Foster-MilburIlJicknclic" 'iittrcscl Refrigerator B3t 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 Iccburg, 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-- C, Mfgr.xIlurrnto, N. Y iiAmmack and Mrs. Oil War. How. visited Mm. Dink Hester, Inst week. Mrs A J llnmmark and daughter KstcIIc. ii visiting relative' in Crib Or hard, this week. irsl, V., Hitmmack is visiting her nt rcuiin, Jrinie Mae llnmmack, 1'aint Lick, thin week. Mrs Jennie Moticr, of Michigan, i vimt'ns her mother, Mrs. llnllard, Iloian. ami aunt, Mr Mr. Menefee MeQucrry and wife visiil Mr. and Mr, llymnn Davis, on W'lite Lick Sunday. Cremo Dairy Fred will make your cow giv mare milk. Hudson, Mushes and Farnau, Mias Hattie MeQucrry anil sisters, s.ent the eveninK with Sarah nnd Fan: r llnmmack. Sunday. Mr and Mr. O. I, . llnmmack and children. .f Faint Lick, called on Mr. and '.- - K Ii. llnmmack, Sunday. Mi Mamie McQuerry, who ha lien s.ttcn l.ne school at llerea fur term, is visiung her parent. the M'ssei K'telln nnd Jennie Hum rraek, mi te Mr ami Mrs. K. G. Hnmn a . Saturday night anil Sunday. Mr. Arthor.Hall Sapp Slate n Furniture -SUCCESSORS TO A. K. Co. KENTUCKY. WHEELER FI'IENITI'IIE CO. Danville's Largest furniture nnd Rug Store. DANVILLE, LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. JHSflX tf , Jl JCL A 1K PAYS MORE MONEY GIVCS MORE SATISFACTION. SO yOCR WI1M CAN THRIVt If PtSlt RtB UC,tICIy5 MITtS, UIAS, SCAB, MA'. .t.iNDOTntOlP.IN BISCASE 0 CtCAfJ OUT THCSt PARtSITt",CUBD AG4INST CONTAGIOUS DISEASE.!, AMD CtEANSt.PUSirv. DEODORISE USE. Em If- . It I a i . lm 5 " .n Ha MtJ to iwU It arh'f 'mj. in of Nr .j, .... HJ " Ta1 - qi k relUr htt:r thai 0Ttvtruu:i it is BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. STANDARDIZED. CtllCSCr KRESOOIPNOI MtKtS t0 10 100 U.ICN5 SOIUnCNStrthDilS vrvw rwei u, UNifotn cmxDinr.iifi'.itM. out KtAL NtttibllV ABOUT HORSES.CATUE.SrlEtP.SWlNE, M 0' nn.iv.llllVEl fj DOCS. GOATS AND POULTRY. FARMERS LOOK. yvw iiKimoN jiu-.in- A new lot of . of Mr. Mr t i, K.U l.ru. i c,j :.nd calf for $75. Mr i n i lr Jake Hughes are n !ab girl born June 2nd. Flour In taclcii Corn Meal in aaclct. Iludtnn llufhct and Karnau. Slontgamery and Mrs. Mdnon Miss Klva Jennings were in Danville In ught field fence just received. ter got it while you can. Cox & Ledford MANSE, - KENTUCKY. tMcRoberts Drug Store. Saturday. of Ijin-n.i!r- . Mr W. B. Montgomery is v.ih his brother. Mr. Klgm Mo.. Bmer at Lock 8. Miss Millie Crawford came Satur day to live with her brother, Mr J I. Crawford, at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Joe 1'eirce nnd sin, of Hryantsville, were the guets of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Montgomery at Lock i. Saturday. At the business meeting nt Mt. Hebron Saturday afternoon, n pastor will be called for the einuing Let every member be present. year. MeHrs H: I Crow nnd It. - Marker were at Ilix lliver fishing Saturday. They were meompanled home by Mr. Thomps Arnold, where they enjoyed a big lith supper. Mr. and Mrs. K. U Grow, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Onstott, Mrs. Kllinbeth Onstott and Miss Sallie Ilarker were at Lancaster lmt Wednesday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. 1'arker Jenkins. Mr. Henry Ituble bought Thursday of Mrs. H. V. Scott, a heifer nt lUe per pound, one of Charles Huncan, one of II. It. MonlKn ery at 9 nnd a cow of K. C. Mont-gomeat 8 9 PRICES SOAR Enter contract now for your buildings for the year and 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 CO AVE 25 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 It. V. Uastin. All have children in the school. Dr. Elliott is one of its Six of his children atbest patrons. tend. The taxable property in the Lancaster graded school district amounts to $1,750,000 and the school tax is 45 cents. It cost last year to maintain the school something over Some six or seven years ago the $10,000. tax payers of Lancaster and vicinity awakened to their moral obligation The school is peculiarly to the youth of the community and favored in hav.ng an endowment of public about $50,OOC. to the fact that a first-clas- s Hon. Lewis Y. building is n I.cavoll, of Lancaster, abachelor and school in a first-clas- s nnd member of the school board blessed necessity in the development rogrcss of any community. They be his name and memory at his created a graded school district em death left this sum in trust for the bracing the town of Lancaster and benefit of the school, thus establishnearly two miles on either side of ing an imperishable monument. An town. They voted $30,000 of school oil portrait of Mr. Leavell hangs in b mds and in 1913 completed and the school. c lUipped the present building at a The site occupied by the Lancaster cost of $30,000. It was a remark Colnolo value for even that period. To school is historic ground. From I learn that Judge John duplicate it today would require ocr lins' History on this !50,O0O. J. W. Elmore, cashier of Coyle began housekeeping two-roolog house the Garrard Dank and Trust Co., was rpot in ISOit in a chairman of the board that tuilt the and while living there was elected McKee . ohooL Though no longer on the to Congress; that Samuel kept there Varl l.c takes very great Interest in .Doyle houseCongress; and succeeded in that t: e school. Justice George Robertson commento ced liouf ckecping in the same house When it was first determined school a number and succeeded McKee in Congress uavo an of prominent citizens favored adding ..n,i Uobt. P. Letcher, whilo house;i new front to the old building, keeping there, after a two years Those succeeded Robertson in Conwhich was in fair condition. who fnvored tearing down the old gress. Thus four young men in and having n new building from the succession went from the same plain up won out. Everybody now log house in the same little town to i.irrecs it would have been a srreat represent their district in Congress! both became .iiistnke to have done anything else, lloyle and Robertson Chief Justices of Kentucky and The building is very substantial Letcher beiame Governor. Hon. an I embraces the best ideas in mod- - George V. Duulap, Congressman and cm school nrchitecture. There are deksnte to the Ilorder State conventwelve bright, clean, comfortable. tion nt Frankfort in lUfit, lived on d class this site and fcr years. In 1884 the r. i .us, each having cloak rooms at' InrrarJ Female College uas estabItilched; physics laboratory, superin lished there. It became public tendent's office, excellent lavatories rchool property in 1895 The school nnd the best school auditorium .1 I.TOunda arc directly opposite the have keen. The auditorium has I O. loin e of the late Hon. William large stage, with dressing rooms and Iltadley, Governor and U. S. Senator. n fair equipment of scenery, n good The school board recently acquirdrop curtain; comfortable stationary acres back of the scats for an audience of 470 people ed a tract of 5 There is space for chairs for 150 school yard for $5,000. It is their more. The auditorium contains flags plan to later use it for an agriculturof all the Allie 1 nations. On the wall al plot, the school taking advantage act. is n large Amcri of the Smith-Hughe- s uf every class-roocan Hag, about 5x8 feet. The base At Lancaster the IJoard of Educamcnt has rooms for manual training tion publishes an annual financial rennd domestic science though neithD. M.I!. as the law requires. er was taught this year and large port, A $350 equipment y Springs. A large nnd very handsome public rchuol builjing, of bu!T pr('' cd brick nnd stcic, titua'ed in t'le centre of attrnc'ive grounds, com-r- l ng over three acres, on the main t'l ughfare, (Lexington street), d arrested the attention of the cn- '. v. r . i iirs puny unui iuiuugjn lorin uxciani aliens of astonishment nnd nilmira J ticn. "My, what n magnificent 1!" "Thij is evidently ,.11. a live t v n!" "If I v.ere looking for a place I to live I'd try Lancaster." "Are Lan c:. ttr and Garrard county much i wealthier than Versailles and Wood- feri ihr.t Lancaster eo far surpasses Vcr ulles in its school?" These 'wcr- - same of the comments of my ' fri n.is. i Answering the ouestion, which was asked by a Versailles lady In the I party: Lancaster is a town of th I ilfth less than class; population J.OOO: 1017 assessment $1,100,000, Versailles is a town of the fourth class; population nearly 3,000; 1017 $1,7!0,- isscsfmcnt approximately 00. Garrard county's assessment . n 1917 was $G,SS2.089; Woodford's 1 l,"i!i),10.i. student in the Unlvorsity of Chicago. He is closing his second year at and has been for HIGHLY COMPLIMENTED BY another year, nt $1,020, I'rof. is n young man of attractire ticrsonnlity, full of energy. The DAN M. BOMAR. rchnol patrons speak highly of his ability and his interest in his work. SAYS IT THE BEST HE HAS SEEN. rhc high school principal, Miss flet-tio Iloblnson, receives $1,000 n year. nnd Thnt splcndil gentlemen high school teachers will friend of. nil his acquaintances, made Two other be paid $'J."i a month the coming n fl1 ine trip ti Lnncnstcr n few davi year, n rnisc of $1.". nnil remained for only one ii y, All arc college graduates. There w.icn his friends would gladly ln- o eight teachers in the grades. entertained him n month. Wc have arc whose salaries have been raised from reference to our Rood friend, Dan !. 50 and $00 n month the past year Iljmar, of Versailles, who can'C tu $00 and $70 the coming year. In soiool to sec our graded high schocl college graduntijn huildini; and renew some of Inn old the nnd in the graces college graduation Wc wish to thank iicquaintanres. rr normal school training nrc requirhim now for what he said In t!u foled qualifications for teachers. lowing article, which wc quote from There is grent harmony in the facthe Woodford Sun; ulty nnd good team work and the "A few days ngo I visited the backs up the superinera led and high school in I.anrnatcr, eonmunitv teachers. tendent nnd The school t"io beautiful county-sen- t of Onrrnrd pirit in Lancaster is very fine. county. had nirrcd Almost a year co Seventy pupils are in high school the tirst time I There are 13 seniors this year am' 14 tlirouuh Lancaster had ever been there with : party juniors. The school graduated a of friends, en route to Cr.tb On hard class of 10 !st year. Total uns- - ier SCHOOL 1 tf t pupils enrolled 3D7. The high cchool boys hare n lite 'elating society and also a V. .M. C. A. club, and the high school have a literary society. There arc twe roeieties in the 7th an ! Hth grades. All societies meet during school supervised by hours and nre teachers. Latin. Spanish and German are taught in the school, but next year German will be eliminated and tls French substituted. The six upper grades of the school nre making a rystematic study of the leading events in the present wir using a regular text book. Each room has an excellent war map. The Lancaster board of education consists of five members. Dr. J. A. Anion, president; Dr. W. M. Elliott, J. A. Ileazley, J. E. Dickerson and was placed in RICH LANCASTER BACHELOR per cent or more. Believe us. the physics laboratory this year. An machine was presented to the school laboratory by Dr. W. M. Elliott, a member of the school board. The building is heated by the hot WANTS WIFE. "Many people have'blamed me for t Since child-Hoo- d getting married. I have suffered from stomach nnd liver trouble, never being able to get any medicine or doctor to clp mc. Now that Mayr's Wonderful IUmeJy has entirely cured me, I r.m anxious to get u wife." It is a simple, harmless preparation, that re moves the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes practically alt stomach, liver and intestinal ail One ments, including appendicitis. dose will convince or money refunde; McROBEBTS, R. ed. at 9 cents. Eliinbcth, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Huffman, was seriously burned Saturday evening at fi o'clock and died at 12 o'clock Saturday night. How she caught is a mystery to the family ns there was no fire at the house, anil no one snw her. Interment In the Lancaster 1" cemetery Monday morning a The friends hero extend o'clock. sympathy to the lorrowing family 'n their bereavement. 9 9 9 9 9 Hervey & Woods water system of the American Radjanitor is emiator Co. An ployed at $10 a week for ten months nnd $4 a week during July and August. The school has electric lights and All sanitary drinking fountains. the high school rooms are connected with tfie principal's room by electric e Paint Lick, Kentucky. bells. I'rof. P. II. Hopkins, A. 11., super. Intendent of the school, graduated from Georgetown College and was a The Central Record, Thursday, June 13, 1918. . WAR SAVING STAMP DRIVE IWWfVWVWVWffWffWfVW mMMMNNINMIM TO BEGIN JUNE 2i COMMITTEES SHOWN. NAMED AND MUCH WELSH & WISEMAN COMPANY ' INTEREST Much Interest ,s now being manifested throughout the county over the frcat Vr Savings Drive which is scheduled to beg'n June 24tli and con tinue for five days. Chairman I (. Davidson names below the various thairmen and committees and all are splendid workers ami with the coipcrjtion of the public should go "over the top" with this patriotic under taking. lira. William Burton hat been named ns Chairman of the womens and department of the work and has already appointed her committees workers In the various school districts of the county, the names of her committees are given below. The County Chairman has appointed the following Committees for the WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Drive, June 2Mh. Division No. 1. Chairman Prospect Committee, Dr. W. A. Wheeler. Division No. 2. Chairman Qucto Committee, 15. F. Hudson. Division No. 3 Chairman Meetings Committee, J. I'.. Moorman. Division No. 4, Chairman Publicity Committee, II. C. KaulTman. Division No. G. Chairman Subscription Committee, W. F. Champ. Division No. 0. Chairman Utility Committee, II. D. Tomlinson. We bespeak for each of these Divisions, the support and active as stance of every putolotlc man, woman and child. (JIVK of your ABILITY jour money will come back to you with Interest. We have $2:17,880.00 to Have ruise cr about $20.00 for each man, woman and child in our county. you YOUKSt If uot do you feet that you arc doing YOUR PART. Think about it and be prepared on June 28 to subscribe for your bit. I G. DAVIDSON, County Chairman. for Garrard The Quota Committee of WAR SAVINGS STAMPS County announce the following Quota's for each cf the 38 sihool districts cverybpdy together and Over f the County. Our work is before us; now, U. K. HUDSON, Chairman, Quota Committee. Ths Tcp. Wnite. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. .No. No. No. No. No. No. 1. Now Offer OF THEIR ENTIRE LINE LADIES AID MISSES AT SUTS Affording an opportunity of securing a high class Suit in either Silk or Wool at the most Extraordinary Close Out Prices Reductions of the season. All in most excellent style, and most of them suitable for all season's wear. You could not possibly make a better investment than by buying one or two Suits now. You will have to hurry tho' if you want one. Rcthel, Walker's School House - 2. Cartcrrvllle 3. 5. C. Pleasant Hill Uuckcye, Uryantsville Union Hickman Nina, Harmons Uck Scotts Furk Baker School House Manse Gur.ns Chapel, Antloch, '. 7. 8. 9. 10. - It. 12. 13. IB. 10. 17. 18. 10. Ko. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Ko. No. Paint Uck Bucna Vista Sycamore School House, Mason School House Bourne. Stony Point, No. pfo. No. No. No. No. No. Na. Nq. Na. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Lancaster, 25. Bradshaw School House 20. Lawson School House, 27. Copper Crcek,I 28. Beajlcy'e School' House, 29. Herring School House, 30. Bradshaw Mill 31. SunnysiJo . 32. Rica Academy 33. ijeschwood 34. Teatersville, 35. Orchard Grove SG. Bright' Bend 37. West Point i.0. Woodview ih Locust Grove, 42. Hewlett ... . . S'SOO. $5900. S1780. $5020. $5300. $7520. $1000. $0380. $7380. $.'980. $4700. S3100. $0380. $7000. $5900. $10080. $15140. $0540. $5.-80. , ..... ,. . . .. ..' .. . . $3200. $3020. $28800. $3740. $2300. $3180. $5420. $3980. $4540. $1600. $4320. $1800. $5520 $3420. $3010. $5300. $2940. $5000. $3580. t 5 Suits, in Navy or Black, now $29.50 Suits, in Navy or Black, now $22.50 Suits, in Navy or Black, now $19.50 Suits, in Navy or Black, now $17.50 All other colors in Suits at HALF PRICE, also offer all broken lots of Coats, Dresses, Shirts and Waists at Close Out Prices. $45.00 $35.00 $29.50 $25.00 : V WELSH POINT LEAVELL. & WISEMAN DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. COMPANY out Mr. A. T. Scott. I it. Mn. Buford West and children, The proceeds of the annual straware visiting her sister and parents, berry supper given by the ladies of Mrs. Handy Kurtz and Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Grove church amounted to I F. Brown. $100., and was turned over for the Misses Margaret Curtis and May-m- e benefit of the Bed Cruiu. Mr. John Itoyston and Miss MinCrutchflcld are spending-- tha week with Misses Sallie Lou Teater, nie Itoy.ion, attended the family reunion ut the home of Mr. John Buy, and Ethel Itay. on Poor Itiilge pike. 75 guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill, Mr. and present and enjoyed the day. Mrs. Talbott Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. ltcv. J. W. Mahan, went Sunday to Bradshuw Walker and children spent Sunday with -- Mr. und Mrs. preach ut a country church near Hill. Mrs. E. 11. Ballard and Miu Ma) me Lee Ballard spent Wednesday in Lexington, and witnessed the production "My Four Years in Germany", by Gerard. Mrs. II. A. Dswes and daughters Misses Zillah and Amy Danes, who have been spending the winter In Danville, came Sunday to spend tho summer with Mr. and Mrs. Owrn Moreland at their home here. Woman Chairman's Cqunty War Saving, Commit!. Division No. 1. Chairman Prospect Committee, Miss Mary Doty, Plvlslon No. 2. Chairman Quota Committee, Miss Jennie Higgins, Division N'o. 3. Chairman Speaking Committee, Mn. J. B. Kinnaird, Division No. 4. Chairman Publicity Coin, Miss Elizabeth Gihbs, Division No. Chairman Subscription Coin. Mrs. Ed. C. Gaines, Division No. 0. Chairman Utility Com. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts, Colored Chairman Mrs. Muttie Bcuzley. ' No. No. No No. No. No. Buckeye, 8. Flatwood, 18. Lowell, 21. Bocne Creek 23. Point Leavel! 3G. Davis Town C. .............................. .... .................................... Colored. Lancaster White Ouk Et. James, Nov; Hope , $780. $1300. $720. $820. J920. $1300.; $1020. $520. $180. $180., B 13 u BUY War Savmg Stamps J tw a SI 13 u iS You can buy more for less money than any other securities. Get .'j100. worth this month for $83.40. II is your duty and no red blood cd American wants it said of him that he failed to do his duty. This spaco luiiirihiitt'il by Mr. Jake White and family drove over to Stanford on Saturday to attend church. Miss Lucile Lack,ey spent Saturday nlk'ht and Sunday with Mis Willie Made Oastineau. Mrs. Susie Meadows passed uwuy on last Wednesday night and was taken to Williamsburg for burial. Misses lona Dunn and Bernice Broaddus of Lancaster, are visiting Miss Brunette Arnold for u fw days. Mr. and Mrs. John Wynn, Mrs. J. T. Thompson and Miss Funnle Dow-demotored to Richmond Monday for the day. The deuth angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Adams and took from them their little eight months old baby, lust week. Corn, Oats, Hay, Pur wheat bran, Mixed feed, Wheat Middlings, Tank, age. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. Bradley Kincuid, formerly of this place. Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Mlks Burnside, of Loncaster, before ihoving from Camp Taylor. Mr. und Mrs. Emory McWhortcr Mr. and Mrs. - T. Kirk and Mr. und Mrs. Dock Ilendren, motored to Louisville, on Saturday night, and Isited the Camp on Sunday, i H 2 IS A? BUCKEYE s R. E. McROJEUTS. jVL S. HATFIEbD, Dentist. nJHtJ.n'., PHONES, j ..... . . S7 Lancaster, KjJ. Mrs W. A. Cotton and Mrs. L. F. Brown were In Uichmond, last week, Mrs. Itaymond Bay und son, wero IS guests last week of Mrs. Thompson ' Davis. Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Gulley and son j spent Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Griggs. Miss Barbara Gulley spent Sat-- i urday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitukcr. Mr. and Mrs. Tulbert Jenkins were t uejts LJt week of Mr. and Mrs. l tll:er Bradshaw. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sanders und j ''uughtcrs spent Sunday, with his parents, Mr. und Mrs. John Sanders. Mr. Leslia Bradshaw and daughter, Miss Iivne, spent Sunday with caster. Mr. und Mrs. Hiram Kay und family. Mr. Kinnaird Dorton of Camp ' had a relapse and I tack Mrs. Hiram Kay, Mrs. Nora Teater Sh.-lbiiliics Ethel Itaymond, Sullie Lou in the I ospitul us stuted in a recent Teater spent Friday with Mrs. Forest litter received by his sister, Jin. It. K. Spcuke. C,f"s. Richmond, und did not fill his regular time here, hut will preach for the and .Mrs W. E. Whittaker. Mrs congregation at this place next Mr. Bogie, Permelia Misses Barbara Culley and Vernu Kay motored to While we welcome the new people Bohon, Sunday, and were guests of into our midst. It is with much regret Mr. and Mrs. Shelt Tenter. of the friends of Mr. und Mrs. J. B. Misses Zulu, Mnyme and Mattie Kemper, that they decided tu kidl Calico and Mr. George Calico from the Kemper homestead which has Uichmond, attended preaching here been in the family for more than j to locate in the south. Sunduy and wci russts of their hundred )car, brother, Mr. and Iw. Eibert Calico. They urc greatly missed in Jhc comfull been ill at munity and church life. .Mrs. Robert Lay-tuthe home of her parents, Mr nnd Mrs It was supposed by many that the I. V. Brown. Slit. v. tnlir) to Epitaph of the 'Teacher Training the Gibson Hospital, Kichmond, Sun- Courji'" hail been written at some day, where she will bo under treat- Had nnlttied ine first li. K. a year ugo, without huving teceived u diment. ploma for the finished course. Nut sol the teacher, ltcv. J. W. Muliar. MAKKSUUKY has again called the class together A. J. Uiru sold 10 200 pound hogs for the benefit of those who did not finish. At the rapid progress the at 15c recently, class has made, there is not the least Ityic Isom und Green Eates sold doubt that the diplomas will he forth 10 yearling calves ut 10c. coming by June 1U20. Mr. Uankiti sold a lot of hogs to n Paint Lick party ut $10.05. IUIYANTSVILLE Bale Ties for hale. Hudcon, Iluajiet and Farnau. Mrs. C. C. Becker was hostess at Mr. Frank Speuks, of California, dinner Sunday to a few friends. has been visiting his cousin, Mr. It. Mrs. W. K. Davis nnd Mice Mury K. Speaks. Ellen Furley were in Lexinf,-tvi- , SatMasters JolHu und Curlie Whitukurday, cr of Lancaster, have been visiting Mrs. J, W. Hogan is in Ixiugtun, Mr. Green Estes, visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. T. A fund wus given by the S. S. SunWoolfork. day morning to assist in tho buying Miss Mury Ellen 'Furley has been of Bibles for the aoldler. the guest cf Mrs. W, K. Davis tho Mrs. Slier und duughter, Mim past week. have been Rebecca, cf Luncuster, Mrs. Norman Grow left lust week guests ut the homo of Mr. John Doty. Miss Stella Speaks, has .returned fcr Florida, to. visit her brother who homo uftcr a delightful visit with her has been ill for some tlmt. cunt, Mrs. John Collier, of East LanCiuino Dairy Feed will Jess TAINT LICK Messrs James nnd Roger Itucker, were here with their mother, Sunday Mrs. Milton Brown was taken tu e, the Danville Hospital for treatment Mrs. U. X. Beailey wus in Nichol-usvlll- Inst week visiting Mrs. Scott, Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow giv raor milk, Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Emma Burchell, is with it; her sister, Mrs. Arthor Botner, nt Mr. and Mrs. JI. I Wnlluce were in Iinraster, Sunday, with Mrs. Anno , Robinsun. Miss Hers Estelle Stone of Richmond, is visiting her uncle, I). W. White und family. Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Trucdwuy were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Conn, near Lancaster, Sunday, Miss Mury Manly of Mt. Cnrmel, Illinois, Is the pleasunt housu-gueof Miss Mary Mae Walker. Mr. Rcld Lear of Middlesboro, has Joined his wife and three nmnll sons for u visit tu his parents. Mr, Burdelte and Miss Sara Elizabeth Bright, of Stanford, are guests of Miss Arnola Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Jou Calloway of Smlthfleld, spent the week-enwith Mr. und Mrs. Robert Wulker, nt the "Howling Dog Ranch". Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnold und little son, Nell, of Spring City, Tenn, were here last week with Mr. and Mrs. BurJette Ramsey. Tho Team headed by Woods und Robert Walker, won the Rsr.ncr in tha Red Cross Drive, fcr tho largest subscription. Tho flaj Is beauty rnd has b:en presented to tho heal head-rjurrt- make your cows give more milk. Hudson, HuKhea ana Fitrniiu. Scott und y.Lrsea have been Invoicing thc.r ctcclc cf Merchandise Chapter and hangi out ut th'a week. Mr. Marino has boug.u cn mcct.ng cays.