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MULE which never lags in this worthy We know that he will dislike to see this in print, but we have said it and its going to stick, and our SUCCESS. hats are on to him. The meeting was conducted by MERCER COUNTY'S MULE "MAUDE" ON Judge.! L. Walker in hfti usual easy manner. MISSION OF MERCY BRINGS The speaker of the evening, Dr. $2,252.50. Horace Turner, of Danville, a former Garrard county boy, and of Garrard county went "over the whom we are Justly proud, made a top" again last Saturday evening In j most;, excellent patriotic address, tho Red Cross Mule sale at the High wnicn was interrupted several times "Maude", the by 'enthusiastic applauses. He reSchool Auditorium. greatest yearling and easily the most ferred to the grent work being done famous 'and valuabto mule in the by the American Red Cross. Comworld today, sold at public auction pared with what Franco and Belgium have suffered, he snid, tho United for 2,2G2.E0. The bidding was progressive; that States, as yet has scarcely been is the last bidder paying the differ- touched; our financial resources are ence between his bid and the one unlimited almost and will be used, if previous. The last bid was made by necessary to the last dollar, to win Mr. A. I). Lee, of this county. A the war In which we are now ennumber of handsome bids were made gaged.; What he said about the by patriots outs-ldof the county, in this country, was a plenty, who came to the sale and were unable to resist the enthusiasm which nor. diil he mince any words. His was contagious; Miss Martha C. address was by far tho best we have Huber, of Louisville, who came down heard )iere since the war began. Rev. with a party of delightful people II. ,S. Hudson gave a summary of the from Crab Orchard, was a contend- fine wpV .drjne by the ladies of the ing bidder nil through the evening, Garrard county chapter nnd told of those accompanying her being; Mrs. the large and heavy orders yet to be Catherine Phillips, Mrs. C. W. Hag-a- filled by Sept. 1st A splendid Lexington Band furniMiss Julia Higgins, Miss Nancy delightful music, mostly Willis, Miss Martha Miller, Mrs. An- shed-some derson and Mr. Herbert Spencer, of of patriotic nature, which was alClarksvllle, Tcnn., and Mr. and Mrs. ways applauded. Another hit of the evening was Englehart, of Lexington, all of whom took some part in the bidding the introduction of Hon. J. S. "our Joe", as the auctioneer success of the sale, and added much inspiration to the of the, evening, everybody knows "Maude" was there nnd looked him and knows of his good work, who pleased with every bid nnd showed did It with the ease and grace that her pleasure by giving a nod and an SQon captivated the audience and " when the ap- caused 'the bidding to be spirited occasional from'the first His work was greatplause became so manifest. It took 16 Red Beside the amount brought by ly complimented. "Maudo" the sale of buttons con- Cross, purses to record the bidding, taining her photo as a souvenir, they being in charge of Mrs. Frank brought in over two hundred and Marksbury, Altogether it wus an evening to be fifty dpllnrs. The receipts from this salo go to remembered and to.be proud of, and the Garrard county Chapter of the the management desires to thank American Red Cross, and puts it in those, who came and helped make the good financial shape for several sale the greatest and most remarkable that has yet been held. months. Chairman W. A. Farnau, is some Wejalso desire to thank Mercer "puivkins" when jtieome-- . to couBtjyfor. the generous use of the to 'send hen- - e?i t i terW the "male Sidare-rrttt- j Red Cross. His heart is In the work her mission of mercy wherever the and we know the Local Chapter is Mercer County. Chapter may sugvery grateful to him for his loyal gest Wc understand she will be services, and his untiring energy sold in Stanford about August 7th. NUMBER 17. SALE IS A GREAT cause. THE" UNIVERSAL CAR HICIMW I Mill mLittfr. rvfrm f, CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT certain kind of farming Implements are very kard to get. If you are Interested and need anything In this line, give us your order now. Take good care of your Ford. The war is reducing the output of motor cars, therefore see that your present Ford is kept in smooth running condition that you may get the full satisfactory service it is built to give. Bring it to us that our experienced workman may keep it in first class condition. They know how to do it. We use only genuine Ford materials and make Ford factory prices. Let us take care of your Ford and it will serve you fine every day in the year. HASELDEN BROS GARAGE. LANCASTER, KY. ' Conn trj, Bui Brothers. 11 n, LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. iririr1 lift for -l- t The Russian ciar has a remarkHudion, Huli.i and Farnau. able way of coming to life. We suspect that the reports of his death There U nothing wrong with either (like that of Mark Twain) were of the greatly exaggerated. the morale or the moral American army. Mlxad poultry faad for chickans. We hope our hunch is true that the. You will Ilka It. knitworld get n dovo Jn its worn, Hudson, liufha. and Farnau. ted sock, thU Christmas. $350,000 worth of chewing gum an alien 57,000,000 pieces has been ordered Is John Barleycorn InHe ieemi likely to be enemy? of a New York firm for the use of terned for the duration of the wr, in France. "Chew British soldier breaking, chew surprised when the dawn i Kurope hai never been when tho thadows fall." that the unspeakable Turk should be allied with the unthinkable Hun. The German chancellor states that Belgium merely Ballard', pur whaat bran, whaat Germany is holding pawn a "a pawn". Ordinarily middlings, valval baan maal. pawned in Mud. on, Hugha. and Farnau -brokers hold the article ; i a x vr.nri. . ' eefuMM m ost esteem Can the Imperial pawn ed ornaments of a homo is preserve broker do this with. Belgium? veged closet full of Has-elde- n, "He-haw- NOTICE NOTICE TO ALL Dr. J. W. Weber, the Foot Doctor, REGISTRANTS will bo in Lancaster on Wednesday's and Saturday's only. Those who The Local Board will meet on want to see him call between 11:30 Saturday of each week when RegiA. M., and 7:30 P. M at his office strants and their friends will be heard at the SIMPSON HOUSE. concerning claims and other matters of importance. No individual member will be allowed to give opinions or pass upon any matter, except Services morning and evening. Subject, Morning service: "What when the entire Board is in session. SELECTIVE SERVICE BOARD. the Devil has to do with us". GARRARD COUNTY, KV. Evening service "Why. I did .not BAPTIST CHURCH do Yountr Peoples Service. J!:15 it" G. T. Ballard, . Afttdi"titti?c home-canne- jewl." it4'Tr-- J. S. Gilbert. MCdical Chairman, Examiner. BUY FINE STOCK ' CRAB ORCHARD table and fruit. Now that wheat If the afe, don't complain If we have extreme heat. It weather mean Rood for the Middle West U g truth-tellin- passes, J300.000.000 in revenue taxes. But the public will save JGOO.000,000 tn drinks. At the price of the 'drinks should be put Into thrift stamps will lose.T g coit Von the government makc-o- r Too much Job. Truth, , like Kuelhmann hi A service to distribute neighbor many other commodities U strictly hood new to the American fighting conserved in Germany. force abroad ha been organized. miles "Ueyond Uie Alp lie Italy". The When one is three thousand Austrian arc willing to take thl , away from home it would be inter statement on trust. They do not esting to know even what has happened to Neighbor Jones' yellow dog. care to investigate further. "bone dry" amendment the government will lose Keremky liken the Russian naRev. Oirelbay and Rev. Durham, tion to a "Ick man". HI ymboltc of Rockcastle county, will begin a disorder must bo colic, a we know scries of meetings at the Gilberts nothing which o well represent in- Creek Baptist Church, four tulles ternal dissension. from Lancaster on the Crab Orcnard Every Washington July pike, beginning July 28th. In the heat of a one is cordially invited to theso ser no wonder the Senate waa anxious vices. for a recess. Their slogan for the day of the session last two or three The L. and N. R. R Co., is now was probably "Adjourn or burn". building two cottages for section Tot on Stanford street. The clash of accoutrement in our hands on their cantonment sounds the Tho work is being done in record camps nnd six death knell fo Prussian militarism, time as the hands begin work at and work and America' abundant wheat har- o'clock In the morning way to help Thl is the overtime. vest will Rive It the coup de Brace. win the war and the Company Is to successfully bo commended for having their men Our laboratories nro making many drugs and chemical set an example to others who want which we formerly could procure to work eight hours a day and somo And the pro- few who do not want to do that. only from Germany, duct are receiving good American Miss Eliza Ison organized a party names too. of boys and girls and sold with easo Now that the government ha tak the BryantaviUe quota of Mule buten over the telephono wire, can we tons. Mis Helen Blolr Williams, continue the accustomed telephone eight years old, sold a button to salutation 7 Is it polite, not to men every one asked to buy, and Misses tion loyul, to address your govern' Annie Wilmcr, Margaret Scott, and ment as "Hello"? Master J. W. Burton also did great work for the Red Cross. All of tho 'Time va when the calico dresa ladles as well as the boys and girls took nart only In laundry alTulr and who worked in this snle are to bo at commended. Now it appear dhhwashings. porch purtie and lawn rete in ex cluvlve circle. I thl an'Improve MARVELOUS MUSICAL mcnt or a ertroKresslonT Tie door of the treasure chamber Nights opened to the name of the Brain "Sesame". Tho door of victory for tho allies will open to the words, "Wheat, and more wheat! American wheat!' In the Arabian The Subscription Frlce of Thls'Paper Will be $1.50 a Year, After August 1st, 1918Pay-abl- e ix Advance. a All Arrears aad Renewals 'Paid before that date will be charged the Old Kate. Look' at Your Label and Send Remittance at Once. - Notice RICHMOND. TWO GARRARD AUTO'S IN COiUSWNNEAR While returning from Booncsboro last Sunday afternoon, tho auto driven by Mr. J. L. Davis accompanied by Mrs. Davis and daughter, Miss Maude, and visitor, Mrs. George Case of Lexington, and Miss Ethel Walter, were run into at the bridge near Shcrrow, by Walter Cox, of this city, resulting in slight injuries to all of the Davis party, some of them seriously.. at a sharp The accident-happeneturn in the Toad, and upon reaching this point Mr, Davis saw tht5 car and not taking a chance on meeting it in the bridge, stopped his car and drovo close to the right side of the road, which runs parallel with tho railroad, the latter being about twenty feet below and a perpendicular stone wall supporting tho road at this point. Tbe approaching car struck the Davis machine, which was standing still, with such force that it was hurled partially around and backed over turning turtle tho embankment, backward in Its downward flight, before any of the occupants had a chance to escape. That any of them escaped seemed miraculous and Mr Davis says he owes his life to a rail road rail which was supported by two posts at either end about two feet high, the car lighting upon this rail, thus giving the oc cupanta a chance to crawl from un The Monmoth Review, Monmoth 111., ments. C. W. Hagan, of Lebanon. wth the man has the following to say in regard to who has agement of the Springs, made the the purchases: "The fame of the fine stock which deal and it is claimed he secured a Is bred in Warren County is steadily long price for Mrs. J. B. Willis, Mr, spreading to other states, and recent- Chenault Willis, of Nicholasville, and ly a herd of registered Angus cattle Mr. H. G". Skiles, cashier of the Crab Orchard Banking Co. It will be from the farm of T, H. Brent in township was sold to stockmen gdod news to the public to hear that from Kentucky, who when they saw Mrs. Willis will remain in charge of Only a d the hotel until October. the herd op the Brent farm where Mrs.- Cake will remain until ago she bought the Robinson to start such herds in their able to return to her home in Lexing- own county. The purchasers were interest in the Springs and formed ton. i E. C. McWhorter, E. L. Woods, J. B. a stock, company with her son, above Mr. Davis and his family returned .Woods, and Woods Walker, who to mentioned, as president, H. G. Skiles Sunday night leaving their car at a gether bought 54 head at a fancy as and herself as sec- local garage for repairs. price. The Cox machine was slightly damaged and he claims that his brakes refused to work. In the car with Cox, was John Simpson, Simon Anderson, Wood Burnside and "Peg" San ford of this city, who were on their way to Boonesboro. None of theso were seriously hurt beer.-aaiistiEl-slcdeter-mltfefen-mont- Within the past week a number of SPRINGS. SOti. our most prominent farmers and Crab Orchard Springs, one of the and stock men have purchased brought into this County a number most popular and best known sumof registered Angus cattle. These mer resorts in Kentucky, has changi cattle will form a nucleus forherds ed hands again, this time Louisville which these gentlemen will establish, parties aro behind the movement and and will be of great benefit to the it is told that between $50,000 and cattle industry of Central Kentucky. $60,000 will be spent in Improve- ALL YOU NIGHT FINE LINCOLN FARM. The farm of Carolino Logan Dunn and Walter Dunn, advertised to sell at public auction next Wednesday, July 31st, is said to be .one of the best farm in Lincoln or Boyle coun ty. The farm is well Improved, well watered and highly productive. It is going to sell sure on the above date and some ono will get a bargain. Take it from us. - WHEN NEED Gasoline, Oil end Tires x- WIRE CONTROL ORDER ISSUED Remember the ! ' Tho Hawaiian Sextetto which ap pears at the Romans O peril House, beginning and playing every night throughout the week promises to be the best entertainment that has been on the boards of this popular pUy house during the past sea-sous-ta- President Wilson this week issued a proclamation taking over the telephone and telegraph lines of the nation, ln Government control will be- - July 31, with Postmaster Gen n. Dr. J. J. Byrne, the well known Optometrist U spending July and Aueutt in Cowmbu. Ohio, attend Irk the Summer Course in OpWtal- molegy, given at the Ohio Mate by Professor Sheard, University "Director and Professor of Applied Ootlces". Dr. Kyrne's next trip to Lancaster wil be in October. -- eral Burleson in charge. The proclamation did not include wireless systems because the navy already g They are all native Hawaiian, the Hawaiian instrument, and every member U imaater artist, giving both vocal and instrumental selections. Don't miss the opportunity to see and hear these marvels. Admission, adU, SS cU., children 2$ cent. See the advertisement on th fourth page of this issue. controls them. Ocean cables also were not taken over because of conAssistance was soon at hand and U tracts the companies have with forwas found that Mrs. Case was suffer eign countries. Ing with a broken leg, Mr. Davis with LOST: Large heavy blue army a dislocated arm, Miss Maude brui ed badly, and Mr. Davis escaped cape, wkh brass buttons: also khaki with only slight Injuries. They were colored lady's rata coat. Reward if tf. all taken to a Richmond hospital returned to this office. Rex Garage KINNAIRD BROTHERS, Proprietors. derneath. HOPMOBILE, CHANDLER, DODGE The Central Record, Thursday, July 25, 1918. Sore Throat ? HAMMACK Rind's HEHscovery -for Coughs e Colds Keep yew Steaicli asi Lirer Healthy n vigorous siomacn, perieci working ana regular actios liowelt, u you uver.... rv- nTii. u kt. new i tn UK l ir: They correct Constitution have a tonic eflect on the system eliminate poisons tnrougntne Uowels. Tlrts fifty year old remedy case Sore affection; Throats and Bronchial soothes, heals and rives quick relief, all druggists bol by PUBLIC SALE taji JJ KEEP YOuWHORSE GROWING Good Practice, rnun r-it- ir ' iuiii When Not Carried to Extremes, to Allow Colts to Rough It In Winter. RLUEGRASS FARMS 1 BRYANTSVILLE Mr. G. II. Roso has been quite ill several days. Miss Mnttie Campbell Is visiting friends at Crnb Orchard. Mrs. Ends of Montieello, is visit ing Mrs. Charlie Hennlnger. Airs. Elizabeth is the Burgess guest of relatives at Middlesboro, Miss Virginia Carter has returned from a visit to relatives at Nlcholas-vill- lor e. Several from here .'attended the "Patriotic Meeting" at Lancaster on Saturday night Miss MargaretRobinson and Mrs. Belle Tomlinson nrc in Harrodsburg and Burgin the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Ballard and sildren of 8tatflu-Rr- u wePKilia gtrttfe-S- f Mr. andMrs. A. B. Swope. Messrs Marsee Jr., and J. C, Wilhams, and Mrs. E. H. Ballard and Mrs. J. C. Williams' spent Friday in Hh J . Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott received a letter Monday, from their son, Mr. Wilbur Scott, saying he had arrived safely in France. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hutchison Jr., are receiving congratulations upon A message from Lieut Samuel Rose was received last week, saying tie had arrived safely in France, Lieut. Rose is in the Medical Corpi oi the Army and is with the Base Hospital Unit No. 67. The last Quarterly Meeting of the year will be held the first Sunday In August, at the Methodist church, The P. E. Rev. C. H. Greer, of Dan ville will conduct these services and all members of the Church are re. quested to be present. TOMLINSON SKINNER. The many friends of Miss Francis Tomlinson and Mr. Joe Skinner were greatly surprised to hear of their marriage at Corbin, Thursday after- noon. Mm Tomlinson had been vis Jttng relatives at Middiesbpro for several weeks, so Mr. Skinner met her 'Thursday afternoon at Corbin , wjjirmis-thewe carried. The mar riage was the culmination of an ex y "But. Mary, what could I truthfully that would help you to get another castonally the appetite may be too rav place?" MalJ "Just say that I know enous to be a good Indication. The ninny of your famllysccrets, ma'am." Boston Transcript. general condition of the colt and the uropplngs should bo observed dally. Usually not over ono pound of grain Air plants. per 100 pounds of live weight; shonld In Home parts of MexlcoSilr plants" bo fed until the animal Is two years abound. TheSe curious garths are old. A liberal supply of salt and good never attached to the poll In miy.way, water and nlentv nf fresh ntr nml ptmn but relyfo$theIr moisture on1" the' at-- , clse are essential for the proper de--? monpliere. One kind,"" knowtf as velopment of young' horses. Idleness "Spanliird'sTlenrd" "(TIIIandf.ln ;. succeeding exercise will cause contl attache Itself to, telephone patlon. It Is often said that a hone Is wires. Very oftrnTtfce growth becomes made during hls'first winter. Certainly a poMtlro- - milsnnoi nnd H' la nee'es- this la a critical time In .the animal's Mtry to send men te clear It.uway. The life, and at no other ago will proper 'piinlard BetTrHJ, has no proper feed and attention do as much to make leaves, una in appearance is simply a ox mm a gooa norse. it stunted during raiis oft greeh gray thre4e. Wfde the first winter he never will gain World. proper slzo and shape. '" . Durlngi the second winter the feed and management should be nearly the same as for the first winter, except that tho quantity of feed should be In creased somewhat, thikcolt tied up in irrs stall and handled Ifcuently, Edu tended courtship of a number of cation by gentle and careful but firm years. The bride is the youngest handling nt this age will save later daughter of Mrs. Belle Tomlinson much strenuous labor. and is well known and very popular with all of .her acquaintances and a BOAR IN PROPER CONDITION young lady of many accomplish ments. The groom is one of Gar- - Good Judgment Is Necessary and Ex, tremet Are to Be Avoided rard s most prominent young busiVigor Is Essential.1 ness men, having been engaged In the Mercantile business at Marcellus It requires good Judgment to keep a for a number of years. They return boar in the best possible condition ed home after a short trip and for Extremes are to be avoided. Tho boar Is not satisfactory, and the present have taken rooms with over-fa- t one cannot transmit Mrs. H, W. McAfee. They expect a vigor and constitution to Its young. g to go to soon. They have the best wishes of the entire community for a long and happy life SALT FOR SHEEP IN WINTER Splendid Young Fillies. wiy usneo-ldes)" half-starve- d house-keepin- Bryant. Camp Miego, Washington, D. C, is here for a several days visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant. Be.'.' Obelisk flour, the best flour x Je, Kiln dried corn meal, an Ballard's Corn flour the best substi tute for wheat flour all in sack Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, I and Me', Sam Death eraire MiwoVatinita udMarth& DeSlher- age Mtw .Marrianne Collins Richmond, motored down Sunday and were the guests of Mrs. J. W, at the arrival of an attractive little daughter, at their home last week. Mr.Joe Bryant who is stationed by the United States Depart merit of AcrlculturtO Colts that nre kept crowing make tno best horses. Some farmers allow their young horses to "rough It' through the winter and, nlthough this Is n good practice wben not carried to extremes. If the feeder Is not careful It may give the colt ft setback which I WILL ON THE ABOVE DATE, AT 10i30 A.M. .DECEASED, DIVIDED INTO FOUR TRACTS DE- permanently retards Its development reeds that will promote growth CITY LIMITS OF HARRODSBURC, MERCER COUNTY, KY ON DANVILLE TURNPIKEt SELL TO should bo supplied. Good, clean clover liny Is palatable and slightly laxntlve, THE HIGHEST BIDDER THE FARM OF LEE RIKER, AT HIS LATE RESIDENCE, ONE MILE FROM '.timothy hay commonly Is fed. Well cured nlfalfa bay free from dust Is one SCRIBED AS FOLLOWSi of the best roughages for growing, but TRACT NO. 3. TRACT NO. 1. because of Its relatively high protein mile on 105.91 ACRES fronting one-hacontent It generally Is economical to 210.00 ACRES fronting nearly one mile on supplement It with other roughage such Danville pike (one of the finest roads In the good county road. Largo frame dwelling with as timothy, mixed hay, or corn fodder. State.) Handsome frame residence with ten eight rooms, two halls, two porches. Fine gard Besides lending variety to the ration rooms, four halls, three porches, large cellar. en, yard and shade trees. Fine large stock such a method of feeding nlfalfa would Fine garden, large yard with plenty of shade onset any likelihood or Kidney or trees'. Large barn, silo.. cornTrib, Ice house, barn, sheep barn, corn cribs, Ice house and othbowel Irregularities. Sheaf oats can dairy and other necessary er necessary Well watered by be used to good adraotago to supple ment other roughage. The animals one four room tenant house. Cistern at main two wells, cistern, spring and large pond fed should not be allowed to gorge them dwelling and barn. Everlasting spring and two by everlasting springs. selves on dry feed. , TI.ey should be wells on tract. given only what they will clean up TRACT NO. 4. TRACT NO. 2. readily, but at the same time enough 73.83 ACRES fronting one-hamile on mile on coun1C5.82 ACRES fronting feed should be supplied. Oats, corn ty road. No Improvements except good fenc and peas, preferably fed ground, are Danville pike. Two four room tenant houses. ing. Watered by pond and springs. Several suitable grams. Iiran, oil meal or glu Two small bams, two large tobacco bams, two ten feed will ndd protein and lend varl stripping rooms. Watered by three springs splendid building sites. ety. Cottonseed meal should not be and pond. rodE kqbeusAreb fed to foals. Appropriate grain ra EVERYONE OF THESE TRACTS ARE WELL WATERED, FENCED AND IN HIGH STATE OF tlons for the first winter nre: Two parts corn, five parts oats, three parts CULTIVATION, HAVING BEEN MOSTLY IN CRASS FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS. WILL PRODUCE oran and one part oil meal; or four parts oats, one part corn and one part FINE TOBACCO, CORN. WHEAT, HEMP, OR ANY OTHER CROPS RAISED IN THIS BLUEGRASS bran. TRACTS NO. 1 AND NO. 2 WILL BE SOLD SEPARATELY SECTION OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Silage should not be fed to foals to AND THEN AS A WHOLE.. -- TRACTS NO.3 AND NO. 4 WILL BE SOLD SEPARATELY. any considerable extent Sliced roots, TERMS VERY REASONABLE AND WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DATE OF SALE. such as carrots and sugar beets, nre very pnlatablo and have a cooling efG. M. Carr who is on the property will take pleasure in showing any or alt of these farms to any pros fect on the digestive system. The quantity of feed generally should be pective buyer, and we solicit and invite all who are contemplating buying a farm to see these bargains. For regulated by the appetite, nlthough oc- - further information and blue prints call at the First National Bank, Harrodsburg, Ky., C. E. Rankin, Harrodsburg, Ky., or write the undersigned at Evans Building, Washington, D. C. (Prepared Saturday, Augl0,'18 lf Mrs. J. M. Bell's brother of Indl. ana, is visiting her this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mcnefce McOuerrv visited rfiends In Cnrtcraville, Sun- day. I W. McQuerry and wife called on h. u. Hammack and wife, Saturday night. " Mr. Lee Hammack will leave Wed. nesday morning for his home in Texas. Jliss Hattlc McQuerry nnd littli. sisters, were guests of Sarah K. L. Hammack, Sunday. Mr. O. I Hammack and famllv of Paint Lick, visited E. G. Hnmnmck nnd family, Sunday. Llm. tand cement, rock. .and. brick, ftnuin Kanawha "Jlt. lludon, Huthas and Farnau. Mr nnd Mrs Mathcw Mitchell wen. guests of .Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hammack, Saturday evening. .Mr. Thomas Parsons of Hamilton Valley, is going to Danville this to be operated on for appendicitis, Mits Martha Rons of Texas, la at homo for n visit to her mother, Mrs. D. G. Ross, nnd sister, Miss Mary. Miss Jennie Hammack of Point taavell, visited her cousin, Sarah E. L. Hammack, Saturday night nnd Sunday Dcn-iso- wl i'AINT LICK Mr. Harry Francis was in Somer set, several days last week. -- one-ha- lf lf CHAS. N. BIKER. JOIlKJYAN.ARSDALE, Auctioneer. XECUTOR. Forget It. That Might Help Some. Regretting the mistakes of yesterMaid (about to leave) "Slight I ask for n recommend, ma'am!" Mistress! day Is a poor substitute for preventing a4 over and done, It li folly to Mt down nnd bewail It. The future Is beforo us, and needs clear vision, not eyes the mistake' ofthe morroV. Even though the heart be sore for what Is t Rich Fishing Ground. Jha.t are termed the reef waters along the north nnd northeast of Honduras form we of the rich fishing g"rounde-- the world. The reton nboutrKX). miles east of Celsa and extends atwad como distance south of Cape Oracle AtliiH. This- Is nil more or. less shallow water, forming one great corul reef with n number of fcmall keys extending up above the surface of the water and forming small leland. It Is thus an Ideal fish end f be-gk- BjUny. Botnny Is tmxf on a classification of plants which depend largely on tho anatomy of the ovnrltn, scedx and reproductive orgntiH. I'louem vnml fruit nre therefore often necessary to Identification of ecle and tint rore- lycon determination be made from foliage alone. turtle gresnd. Damseles on Warships. Wnrshlps hove to be cleaned on the outside, on ulonu 'JOO men worked nil day scraping off COO tuii of nnliuul and plant growth. This tremendous quantity of sea life hud accumulated In less than two yearn, iliir lug vlilch time the ship luul traveled many thousand miles. The wrijht of the barnacles was no great thut from 25 to 40 per cent more coal wan In maintaining the normal npecd of the bout. one-shi- Mrs. Florence K. Walker Is spend ing a few days in Louisville. Mrs. Price Williams wns n recent guest of Mrs. Edd Williams. Dr. and Mrs. 11. II. Montgomery were in Lexington, Wednesday. Miss Elixabeth Beazley visited friends in Lancaster the past week. Mrs. J. T. Thompson was 'visiting In Berea, latt Thursday and Friday. Bala tlat for sal. Hudton, Huthti and Farnau. Mrs. Leslie Sloan of ShuHiwii!.. is here with her sister, Mrs. II. J Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Whltcomb arc the guesU of her parents, Rev. nnd Mrs. C. S. Ellis. Mr. A. 11. Wynn and Mr. nnr Mrs. W. C. Wynn motored to Crab Or chard Suhday, Mrs, A. B. Wynn and little daugh ter, Mary Bain, are visiting in Harlan, this week. r, Mack Hcndren and family spent Saturday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Dock Hrndren. Mr. and .Mrs. G. M. Trcndway spent a few days last week In with relatives. Mrs Arthur lild.iell and Miss Marv Riddcll are visiting relatives In Win chester and Mrs. John II, Snilth of Here sncnt the week with her father and mother Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wvnn. Mrs. Fannie-- Garrett and Miss Martha Garrett were guests of Mrs. W. C. Fish the tast week. Rev. und .Mrs. C. A. VnnWInkle. and children, of Vanceburg, are g her sister, Mrs. W. W. West . Win-Chest- er vis-itin- Mr. O. O. Parks nnd family of Wayland, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Parks. Mr. Fred Morse of Greenville III.. who has been visiting his dauchter. .Mrs. Harry McWhorter left last Monday for n visit to Detroit. Mrs. Worford Deane 1ms returned to her home in Jessamine after a vis-I- t of a few days to her cousin, Mr. R. G. Guynn nnd Mrs. Guvnn. Mr. A. B. Wynn our rural carrier en Route 2, brought In n rattle snake Wednesday which was killed at Car- terville. The snake was n large one, measuring four feet. Miss Lucille Davis has returned homo from n visit to her uncle, Mr. Tom Ballard nt Lancaster, and was n, accompanied by Miss Jewell of Huetonville. Mrs. Stanley Bagby and sons, Clifford, William and Stanley, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Joe James and Mrs. Ada Ely of Paris, were week-en.guests of Misj Kate Ely. Mr. Thomas Rogers has been appointed as temporary carrier on Route 2, for the duration of tho war to replace his brother, Willie Rogers who is in Franco with tho A. E. F. Buch-nnnod FOR ALL KINDS : OF TREES ') When Feeding for Lamb Crop It Is Well to Remember That You Are Feeding for Wool. Now Is the time to plant your Sheep need a little salt winter as well as In summer. Remember that Orchard, Lawn airtJ Garden. when you are feeding for the lamb Our large descriptive catalog of crop you are also feeding for wool. , reliable ewo will shear n heavy Ueecc. well-fedd Building Material SEE tatoes, Strawberries, tf.F.Hillenm.yir & Sons. Fruit and Shade Trees Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evtrgreens, Graoe, Asparagus, Seed Po- SOW'S FEED OF IMPORTANCE Animal Requires Something Besides Mea.1 Give Her Roots, Alfalfa or Red Clover Hay. ,ete., i free upon inquiry. As la the case of the boar, the Writ for free Catalogue. No Agts. sow require something besides meal, and the furnishing of seme such feeds as roots, alfalfa or red clover hay, Is even more Important than In feeding the boar. Skim milk Is also excellent wkeo It can be had. Hervey & Woods PAINT LICK, water cores aau preveau cholera, diarrhoea audotherchlckdii eases. Oae tec bottle makes it Kalloot of medicine At all drugglsta. tuinple and booklet onT'I)l case of Fuwl" sent KKKK. Beurben RMttrfy Co. ltL'-.'u- f XHIHQN POULTRY CIRC down a chick's thrvut caret Slice. A few drops In Itie , Ij "Lextojlton, Kentucky, Haselden Brothers. The Central Record, Thursday, July 25, 1918. PROMINENT ARKANSAS CLUB MAN SAYS VIN HEPATICA Baker. Mrs. Tilda Pruitt and Mr. nnd Mrs. THE HOMELY MAN Jcines Pruitt and family spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pruitt. By VINCENT Q. PERJtY. MEDICINE THAT HE EVER SAW. Rev. II. B. Tye of Richmond Is holding a scries of meetings at this (Copyrlhl, JJH, by tht McClure Newspa-pa- r 3' Weekly War News Digest Stories of Activities and Condition. Throughout the United States and on the Battle Fronts, from Washington, D, C. Field and Camp Many Books. IS GREATEST Saw In rivers Where It Helped Nashville Friend of Ilij-T- ook ll For Weak and Ran place, every one is cordially Dawn Condition, Stomach Trestle and Headache Of Him Already He Sajs. Made New Man Mr. V. M. Glevcs, Mnnager of Mcncsha Outing Club, Meneiha, Kansas, saysthe Vln Hepatlca prescrlp-tlo- n has made nn entirely new man of him. "I mw in the paper," write Mr. Cleaves, "where It had tlone to much for the wlfo of I.leut. Long, of the Nashville Police Force, and knowing her personally, nnd that what she said was true and could he depended upon I went and bought two bottles of Vln Hepatlca. "I had tried everything else for my stomach trouble, indigestion, headaches, and run down condition, but without any results. I was at one time on the police force in Nashville, but had to give It up on account of my health. I am now manager of the Meneshn Outing Club, where thuy huvu everything good to tat. Hut BRADSHAW MILLS, KY. before taking Vin Hepatlca I could Rev. II. D. Tye and Mr. William not eat as 1 do now. "I now feel stronger and better In Foley spent Friday with the latter'a every way, nnd am advising my scire-tar- y father, Rev. P. E. Foley, who Is sufto take Vin Hepatlca, for It Is fering with a broken arm. the grandest medicine I ever saw. Am also advising my friends, and do RESOLUTIONS advise everyone else suffering as I did to take Vin Hepatlca, for it has mnde n new man of me You can put Passed Bjr Tbo Diseclors of The Gtizeos this statement anywhere in the world National Bnnkof Lancaster, Kenyou want to, for if I can be instrumental In helping others suffering as tucky, July 18lh, 1918. I was, I am anxious to do it." Just such letters ns this come pour 1. It Is with extreme regret that ing in day nfter day to the Vin Hep-ntluntimely denth of our laboratories, because this great wc record the Clnyton A. Hepatlca prescription Is com- director and Vin y Arnold, anil we desire to bear posed of eight of the finest herbal to his honest and upright charremedies known to medical science. his fidelity to duty, and hit Come In nnd get a bottle, and try it acter, true friendship to those associated on our recommendation. capable offiHe was ca tcsti-non- Invited to attend. Miss Jennie Iiarr spent a' few days last week with her sister, Mrs. T. I). O'Hcarn nnd Miss Margaret O'Hcarn near Marksbury. Syndicate.) Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Kmmons and family of Richmond are visiting Mr. Miss Pearl Spurlock is visiting her and Mrs. Dan Kasv. sister, In Hercn. Miss Mae Moore and brother, Miss Jennie Ilarr spent the week Theodore, visited their couslnsllazel and Raymond Moore Sunday. end with home folks. Mrs. llurton Sanders and little, visited her daughter, Elizabeth, the Miss Nannie Picrson mother, Mrs. Roberts, last week. week-enwith her cousin Miss Linda Misses Estella East and Bernice Sanders. ' Mr. and Mrs. Warmoth wcro in Broaddus were entertained nt the Lexington last week visiting her son home of MissLinda Sanders Sunday. Mr. Malear. Mrs. Sam Long was at Camp TayMr. Hurch Locker of Camp Taylor lor last Saturday and Sunday visiting is hero on a urlough visiting rela- her husband who Is stationed there. tives nnd friend. Miss Jewell Pruitt is visiting her Mr. Sylvester Price has returned brothers Cameron and Earl Pruitt home after visiting friends and rela- and attending the meeting nt this place. tives near Buckeye. Misses Annie Sanders and Mollie has Mr. S. R. Foley of Hackley been visiting his cousins, Misses Jes- Mobley and Mrs. Elsie Fritz and little son, arc visiting Mr and Mrs Carl sie and Hate! Foley. Miss Linda Sanders spent Tuesday night with Miss Jennie Ilarr. Miss JlazcX Moore spent Sunday night with Miss Susie Long. Mirs Jennie Ilarr and Rev. II. II. Tye were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Sanders Monday. with him. a cial, and a good citizen. Wo express our great sympa2. thy to his wilfc and family, and point them for consolation to Him who doeth all things well. 3. That these resolutions be entered upon the minute book of this bank, that they be printed in the Central Record, and n copy sent to the family. Lewis I Walker, W. F. Chump, Commlttc. " spent "The kind of girl he would marry would not marry him nnd the kind of girl that would marry him ho wouldn't hare, so there you nre." Donnld Macbeth rould lint help overhearing these words ns he sat In a quiet corner of the clubrooin, unnoticed. A feeling of rmontment rose In his heart for the men'wero discussing him. He took n more careful look nt them. They wero the two he had thought. lun Vlnlng and Lorno Sillier, two clubmen with whom ho was fairly Intimate. "Hut wbyl" (tiestloned Vlnlng. "He's clerer and moderately well ofT. He's considered one of the painters of tho day." "Yes ; but did you ever see a home- Her man? That sear on his fuca makes him poslUvely hideous," Mlflcr de clared. "Beauty Is only skin deep," nrgued Vlnlng, who wasn't handsome himself. "So It Is, but disfigurements ennnot bo overlooked. Thero Is generally something pleasant In a homely man's face to detract from bad features." "I am sure his eyes are kind and sympathetic. Have you ever seen a picture of him before he .had that icnr?" "No; I thought he was born that way," Miller Bald with a show of In terest. Vlnlng led him to a group picture on tho wall. "There he Is, there," ho pointed out. "Can't you recognize tho eyes? He was hundsoine then." "Ves," Miller agreed, "he wns. taa hardly credit that It Is the same mun. Hut even that Is no argument. lie Is ns homely ns sin now and Is the only muu I know of In the club who is doomed to bachelorhood. Imnglne a pretty woman married to a man like d that." Rheumatic Aches Drive them out with Sloan's soothLlnimrnt, the ing liniment that penetrates without rubbing and relieves the pain. Always have a bottle In the houte for the aches and pains of rheumatism, gout, lumbago, strain ,t prains, stiff joints and all muscle soreness. quick-actin- "He might And It hard to get n wife, Hint," Vlnlng said after n moment's thought. "Let's leave thnt to him. though. How about the theater tonight? Marguerite Morton is playing her farewell before going Into tho movies. She's a drenml Will you it Oturoui dfi bottfet. 2 " AUCTION SAL OF Choice Farming Lands on On Wednesday, July 31st, 1918 at 10 o'clock A. M., on the farm, we will sell at Public Outcry to the highest and best bidder the farming lands consisting of about 20.1 acres, situated on the Danville and Stanford pike close to the Iioyle nnd Lincoln County line, about miles from Danville, county seat of IJoyle county, G miles from Stanford, county scat of Lincoln County, nbout 4 miles from Junction City, junction of the C. N. O. and T. P. and the L. and N. railways, and known ns the Logan farm. Will be offered first In two tracts, both to front on said pike and then ns n whole, and the bid realizing the most to be accepted. This land is nicely improved, well wntered, highly productive, all tillable, and- having two tenant houses and and large tobacco and stock barn. There is no better purchase to be found in Central Kentucky either from the standpoint of quality of soil, convenience or desirability of location for a home, accessibility to market, or yield per acre in crops. Well watered and thoroughly adapted to live stoqk. No waste land. Ownership is in itself a guarantee of both in1 1- -2 1- -2 - come nnd profit. Sale Will Be For 1- -3 Cash balance deferred pnyments equal amounts due in two and three years with G per cent interest, from date of sale, notes with lien retnined in deed on land na security. Growing crops for 1918 reserved from sale; possession January 1st, 1919, with seeding privileges to purchaser this full. CAROLINE LOGAN DUNN, WALTER S. DUNN. -- Farm shown or information furnished on application to Walter S. Dunn, Phone 75. Auctioneer CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH. . Miller needed no second Invitation, After they had gone Donald Macbeth got up and went to the group on the wall. It was n long time since he had looked on the smiling, handsome face that had once been his; he wished he had not looked nt It. What was the se? It only mnde It harder to bear. riie light behind hltn reflected his fea tures on the glass nnd he turned nwny with n shudder. No, he had no right to ask any woman to marry such a homely Winn as he wns. He would give Marguerite a chance to break her engagement thnt very night the night the was leaving the old life behind and was going Into something new, In a few months she would be as popular, universally, as she was In the city. He arrived at the theater Just after tho curtain had gone up. From the moment Marguerite flitted onto the stage he was entranced. How odor able she was. In another part of the house Vlnlng and Miller were watching the play and were almost as enthusiastic over It ns Donald. Miller had not been follower of Marguerite's, but this play appealed to him. After the play was over he persuad ed Vlnlng to accompany 1dm behind the scenes. Tm going to meet that little, lady and take her to n little supper, If It costs me a million In tips," he said. j Itut even generous tipping couldn't get turn any farther man bemmi tno scenes. "Miss Morton doesn't receive visitors," tho mnn at tho door told him. "but I will take your card to her." Miller hoped she would connect his name with his father's millions. It hnd always proved enough introduction to the other actresses thnt bo had hon ored, with a visit. What would his father say If he married nn actress? He would not object to one like Morton. Wouldn't they mako a handsome couple? Ho twisted his mustache before a mirror on the wall, no was handsome, there was no denying It. He hnd reason to be conceited, he felt Vlnlng watched him with Just a trace of a smile playing about his lips. "Some day, Mr. Man, you'll get a shock to your vanity," ho snld to himself, "and I'd like to be around when you get It" The man returned with the card. "Miss Morton can't see you, nr," he said politely. "Miss Morton considers herself too Important," Miller flashed. "She's only an actress after all." "You'd better not say anything agin Miss Morton here, sir," the man cautioned. "She's mighty popular with us all. There's a young wan Jrj thero now who fought a lion to her life, and he won out too. She'solng to marry him tonight, sir. She Just Informed me. He's a tine young man and she's a fine girl the finest In the land, and I wouldn't, mind flghtln' a lion for a girl like her myself, though I ain't got much beauty to get spoilt." The men were still talking when Marguerite's door opened and she came out, her arm In Donald Macbeth'. She was looking up Into his face, smiling Bweetly, noticing nothing bat him. Macbeth caught a glance of the two men standing there with Incredulity written In every feature. There was smile of victory on his face when he turned his eyes once more to Marguerite's and whispered to her Mar-guerl- to . comer' Cat who do the work of our war industries has become as important a factor In winning the war as the prowThe War Service Committee of ess of our armies in the field or our the American Library Assooiation reNavy on the seas." ports thnt 435,000 books were shipped to American soldiers In France Children Mutt Play To Be Healthy up to July 1, The books went In and Strong. tonnage space granted fet the rcguest A children's recreation drive Is on of General Pershing on the decks of to continue during July and August, transports, where they were used by under the auspices pf the Children's the men on the voyage nnd repacked Bureau, Department of Labor, and for use In France: in naval vessels the Woman's Committee of the for naval bases abroad; and in Red Council of National Defense. It will Cross tonnage for the hospitals in culminate In "patriotic play week", France and England. in whlth the work September A total of more than 2,500,000 of 11,000,000 women in organizing books have been supplied by the recreation in 10,000 communities American Library Association to the will come to an end. camps and stations in the United "To be strong for victory tho NaStates and overseas. Approximate- tion must let her children play," said ly 500,000 of these books were pur- Charles Frederick Wcllcr, associate chased, the others having come as secretary of the Playgrounds and gifts from the American people thru Recreation Association of America. the public libraries of the country. No time nor money can be spared Nearly 40 library buildings have from activities, but the been erected, and COO camps in winning of the wnr depends on man America, alone, have received collec power, nnd the man power can not tions cf bocks. ' be sustained in nny nation without Tv o hundred librarian! , including health and wholesomeness In the leaders in their profession in this t children. country, arc giving their time to Li Far worse than exhausting Amer brary Wnr Service. Most of these ica's financial capital would be the are serving ns camp librarians, ns exhaustion of child life, which is man sistants, and organizers in the field; power capital. others are in dispatch offices for the "England nnd France began ns the shipment of books to France. United States has been tempted to Army Vocational School Opened for begin by letting the children pay. too heavily for the war in child labor; Blinded Fighters. delinquency, overtaxed increased Returning blinded soldiers, sailors, nerves, weakened bodies, nnd premarines arc being received now nnd mature deaths, but England and for vocational Instruction and rehab France turned to lift war burdens ilitation at Hospital Training School, from the children by giving them n General Hospital No. 7, the former chance to play. There is urgent need home of Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett, at to give our boys and girls an Amer Baltimore, Md. The hospital is out- can square deal their safety vj fitted to accommodate 250 men and of play." has large recreation fields and an ex tensive acreage in gardens. Looks Are What Count V2 Col. James Borley, of the Surgeon "You must be crazy, Isabel, rx'vo General's Office in charge of the re- asked you repeatedly to be economical and yet you go and order the most exeducation of the blind, has announ ced the appointment of O. II. Bur-rit- t, pensive fur coat In the shop." "Well, of the Pennsylvania Institute I don't mind being economlcl,Jut I for the Instruction of the Blind, as do object to looking economical." Life. the educational director of this Army hospital training school, with Miss Invention Constantly Improved. Jenny A. Turner, formerly designer The storage battery or electric acfor the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, .ns a reconstruction cumulator of Faure was first exhibited thea in London 37 years aide.' Miss Turner has beenworking the Invention has been greatly with the returned wounded soldiers by EdlsAn and others, and Is at the Walter Reed Hospital,' Wash- now successfully npplled to the opera ington. tlon of street cars and other uses. The blinded soldiers from overseas New Source of Alcohol. will be discharged from the hospital Alcohol Is being made In Cludad after they have been taught a prac tical trade, have been Juarez, Mex., from a plant called which grows uncultivated In Mexput in good physical condition, and ico and southern Texas. Consul E. A. taught to read standard printing in Dow reports that from 18 to 25 gallons raised type. The men will be sent of alcohol can be produced from ono to their own home communities and ton of the plant. placed in the trades for which they have been trained. Red Cross workLove Letters In Hymn Book. ers will watch after their welfare. A pair of lovers who bad been forCooperating with Medi bidden to speuk or write, attended the cal Department, the Red Cross Insti- samo church, and their plan was the tute for the Blind i now making a exchange of hymn books. As the national survey of industries open to young mnn was an officer of the blinded soldiers. Instructions will church be did this little Job before be made to conform with prepara service. Most delightful and satisfac to- tions for these industries. The Fe'd-er- tory love letters could be pieced gether by following certain Board for Vocational Education inn r Us, nnd In order to elude even a is arranging a plan for the economic Sherlock Holmes of the household, the nnd social supervision of all wounded letters were made to read from the and maimed soldiers. end to tho beginning of the book. Secretary Wilton Gives Reason for Labor Mobilisation. Secretary of Labor Wilson makes this explanation of the general mob ilization of labor for war industries, recruiting for which is to begin August 1 under direction of the United States Employment Service: "Beginning with common labor, Mrs. J. A. Cox, oIAI- this service will gradually take derson, W. Va., writes: charge of the mobilizing and placing "My daughter . . . suf- of all labor for war Industries em fcred terribly. Sha could ploying 100 or more workers. This not turn In bed , tho fyA will profoundly affect all other indus doctors gave her up, and tries and all other workers. It will we brought her home to W4 correct the abuses and troubles a die. She had suffered so JK4 growing out of the large labor turn much at. time. Hav- - Wyi over with the consequent disruption ing heard of Cardul, we Vy4 of regular work. 7, war-winniago.-SUn- co so-to- o, y al lead-penc- Soldiers In 8. Suffer? w 11 . . ... lM wk "Every rafegunrd must bo token to protect the standard of living and the morale of the wage earners. Especially must great care be taken to keep the age limit of those who enter industry at a high level, lest we rob our future citizenship of its right to growth and time for education. We must also take knowledge of the danger attendant upon the large entrance of women into heavy and hazardous industries. "The exigencies of war times should not be made the occasion for tho breaking down of those standards of hours, wages, and conditions of work which are designed to protect the childhood, the womanhood and the motherhood of the present and of 'j .. CARDUI KiThe Woman's Tonic "In a few days, the began, to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at . , . Cardul cured her, and wc sine Its praises everywhere." Wo receive many thousands of similar totters ever jr year, telling ol the good Cardul has done for wosien who suffer from cofflptakta so common ta Ibelr sex. It tlioulJ da 'til kvf J. .v :. the future. "Experts tell us it takes from 0 to 10 workers at home to keep one sol eftlr. dier on the firing line In Europe, Whatever, therefore, helps to mobilize, distribute, and energize those The Central Record, Thursday, July 25,I 1918. ; L b l-- The Central Record INCORPORATED. 9SUBO J.'f. R.L . 1 Whwcly. ROBINSON. jilM A preciatcd that it is not necessary for him to be here in order to get the votes in the primary. His opponent, Mr. W. P. Kiiribcll, of Lexington, endeavors to explain his candid-nc- y jr for 'I YEAR. I KHAKI COLUMN Editor. I Utttt to me little world. It. have travcletfaH'ovcr the State and, am jow enjoying my "VorW lrf Franco-aYl'dlback home In Ihe U. S.Army. 'Hospitals. lloplng some day when the War Is d ELKIN, Locnl Editor nnd Mtfr. 'I Democrats of Kentucky should If m ft: express their feeling nnd ap Member Kentucky Press Association prcciation of Senator James by being at the polls and casting Bighth District Publishers League. their votes for him. Of course $ Rates For Political Announcements Kimbcll has no chance for the ' 6.00 Precinct and f For County OfficesCltv Offljes ... 10.00 nomination over Senator James por butthe nomination should 15.00 or State and District Office be made unanimous and the 10 For Calls, ner line Kentucky should 10 democrats of For Cards, per line enthusiastically rally to the For all publications In the Interpolls on August 3 nnd give est of individuals or expression of individual views, per Senator James the largest voto 10 lin that any democrat ever recciv 05 Obituaries, per line ed in a State primary in Ken tucky. July i - Entered l tha rotl OIBm In Pfcond CUn Mull Hatter. Un, Kx, but not satisfactorily. A message received this week by friends from Mr. Charley Morris, who is now stationed at Camp Beauregard La., says that he is well pleased with soldier life and will soon go after the Kaiser, Mrs. Marie Rancy has received word from her brother, Private Mil lard F. Carter, of the 33d Engineers, that he fts arrived safely overseas. Mr. Carter ts n former Garrard coun ty boy, who enlisted in California. Mrs Mary Collctt received a card from her son, George, whohas ar rived safely overseas. He writes: "I am well an J. hap py and had a nice trip over. I like it fine here. Will write a letter soon." Love to all. George. over, "to see and speak with you in person, for I have some friends In Louisville, Ky. whom I am going to visit. I may be able then to explain things a little more clearly than I have on paper, just now. Hoping this eases your mind a little In regard to your boy, I am very' sincerely, Margaret G. Cluncy. My home is 145 Barday St.,Patcr-son- , . New Jersey; U. S.-A- Eyes" Tested Free ARMES F ITTED Broken Lens, Temples, Duplicated. and Bridges FOX Friends of Mrs. Elisabeth Joseph extend stneerest sympathy to her In Mrs. Rosa the loss of her mother, Fox, who died at her home In Katon, Ohio, on Saturday July 13th. The Eaton Ohio, Register.Hcrald, has the following "concerning the death of Mrs. Fox; "Mrs. Rosa Fox, wife Of Bernard Fox, died at her home' on East Wadsworth street, Saturday morning at C:30 o'clock, aged 75 years, after an illness of many months, suf fering from heart trouble. The de Repairing done promptly on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. . isS. 4 Office over Mount's Hardware Store. 8 to 12 1 O V t LaKwter, Kr.. 25, 1918 Hours to p. m. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. Every effort will be made to make War Conference Day for Few people have the distinction 6f Garrard County the biggest being struck by lightening and liv the dav since the war began. It ing to tell the tale. But suchofisLex will be an all day meeting on case of Mr. and Mrs. Stearns, home ington, who arc visiting at the August 8th. Public schools of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Moberley near . will probably be dismissed on Coy, in this county. Tuesday morn ' that day nnd the teachers will ing during the storm, Mr. and Mrs. be asked to bring the children Stearns were seated on the front ve Mobcrly home when of to Lancaster; the parents of all randawere the suddenly struck by a bolt they children will be asked to of lightning, being seated close to the come, the Red Cross organiza each other. Both were knocked untions of the county, the Thrift conscious and fell to the floor. Mr. nearly Stearns ) Stamp organization, Liberty an hour, was unconscious forrecoverwhile Mrs. Stearns Bond organization; the Liber- - ed in a few moments. Both were rt ty Service League, and other badly burned down their sides, be patriotic organizations of the side suffering with blistered feet, but County will be active in mak- are happy to escape so miraculously. y meeting a ing this great success. There will be CRAB ORCHARD PLEASES a number of good speakers to EDITORS. address the crowd before noon and afternoon and at night. The program for the entertain- Entire Press Grateful To Mrs ment has not yet been completed, but it can be stated While the attendance was not that there will be appropriate what, it should have been the meetAssociamusic and speeches, discussing ing of the Kentucky Press week was tion at Crab Orchard last and explaining all the phases one of the most enjoyable had In sev of the great war by the ablest eral years. platfc.m orators that can be Every preparation was made by gotten. The meeting is held the good people of this town and the looking to under the direction of the State Springs Hotel of the guests.the comfort pleasure con- and Council of Defense under It was unfortunate indeed, and to trol of Prf. H. H. Cherry, of the discredit of the K. P. A. that Bowling Green, Kyt This is members.of the executive committee, everybody's meeting, and the who wert on the program, were not mothers and fathers of the present. by The meeting was oddressed boys who are already in the Food Administrator, F. M. Sackett, army are especially invited ed the country newspapers for the and urged to be present. hearty support they have given the Those attending from outside of Louisville, who highly in their loyal support of of town are requested to bring .york. and hisSeveral other interesting address with them their lunches dinner will probably be served es were made and the following of on the Graded School campus. ficers were elected for the ensuing xnose wno aesire 10 partici- year; pate in advertising this patriot- - President D. M. Hutton, llar- rodsburg Herald. ic day and want a part in malt Vice President B. F. Forgy, Ash ing it a success are requested land Independent. to send their names to the Chairman' Executive Committee Nail Larue, Franklin Favorite, V Record Office. 'v A 4 t. J. C. Al- fHL! ' cock, Danville Messenger. f useful day for Garrard county. The .resolutions adopted were as T,he war spirit of the people follows: , Be it resolved by the Kentucky can be aroused and enthusiasm created among all by the meet- Press Association in annual session ing of this kind" as in no other convened at Crab Orchard Springs, July 19, 1918, that we hereby ten way. we urge it upon the der our sincere thanks and appreciaV. ttCfiplis mind that August 8th tion to Mrs. J. B. Willis nnd the day 1918, isiTTnoafr-imiTartaof Crab Orchard Springs the delightful hospitality for Garrard County. Make Hotel for during our your arrangements to come, extended fried chicken meeting hero; and wheatless 'i i. I - .1 that the leu your uuit'iiuui nuuui it, uitu hot rolls were mott appetizing and have him io come also. we found everything possible done 5 all-da- compliment-governme- nt Mrs Florence Grant has received word from her son, Lucian, that he has been promoted from the rank of Ensign to the grade of Junior Lieu tenant in the Navy, and has been or dered overseas for destroyer duty. ceased was born in BUvnria, Ger His home port in the future will be many, and came to the United States Qucenstown, Ireland. at the age of 15 years. She was married to Bernard Fox in 1860, with1 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Merryman have whom she enjoyed the pleasures of received n very interesting letter n happy homo for 68 years. To this from their son, John, who enlisted in union were born seven children, Mrs. the Marines from Indianapolis, and Elizabeth Joseph, Lancaster Ky. ; is now stationed at Paris Island, S. C. Mrs. Jennie Fry, Muncie, Ind.; Mrs. John Is a fine young man and is mak- Isadorc Heller, Now York,; Mrs. L. ing a capital soldier, being an cxpirt L. Wolfson, Eaton, Louis Fox, Day marksman, something that woll come ton; Sam Fox, Columbus; Harry Fox, in handy for him when he reaches the Peru, Ind., all of whom with the father survive. Mr. and Mrs. Fox front line trenches. His letter Is ns follows: came to Eaton more than 30 years ago and have been among Eaton's "My dear homofolks: Just a few lines to tell you I am to most substantial and highly esteemremain on the Island for sometime ed citizens. Funeral services were as n teacher on the range. I know conducted from the home by Rabbi Tuesday of Dayton, this will be good news to you to know Lcfkowltz, I did not go to France with the 120. morning at 10:30 o'clock. Burial at They will sail for New York at once. Rivcrvlew cemetery. Dayton. I am sorry I can not go', but Will do English Words on Increase. just as much good here, teaching The English vocabulary has grown others how to fire. Don't worry about me, I nm O.- K. to great size. The number of words found In and can stand anything any other not exceedold I'ncllsh literature does 30,000; recent dictionaries man can, and will do my part, and have listed more than 400.000. when they say, Go aver the top, I will be the first to go. There were three others who made little better marks than I. I made 269 which was the highest out of COO. There is nothing a Marine can fight. We are called do except "Devil Does", "by the Germans and the U. S. M. C, 1s Just the'same'as the "Blue Devils" In Frarice. They fight side by side. I will write more when I have time. With love and best wishes to all, J. K. Merryman, Rifle Range R. U. D., Paris Island, S. C. Mrs. Wilson has receivd the fol lowing letter from the nurse who is attending her son, Gilbert, vho was recently injured by accident n . J. ML METCALF OPTICIAN. LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. Diaw A Check for the money you ov c nnd note how much more res-- , pcctfully your creditors you- - They like to do business with u man who has an account nt the rd Girnrd Buk Is & Trl Co. Ther They know hr doing business In butirtts Ilk way. open such an account even it your affairs re not !rge. will grow all right. Uttf r The Garrard Bank & Trust Company HAWAIIAN a SEXTETTE t Romans Opera House b France: France, June 18th, 1918. My Dear'Mrs Wilson: Your boy, Gilbert, has asked me to write you a letter telling about his accident and Just how he is getting along. On June Sth, while he was at his Camp a grenade burst quite near him and unfortunately cut his throat very bad under his chin. In order to make his breathing possible the Drs. at the hospital Inserted a silver tube In his trachea, making his breathing very easy for him and also giving his wound a chance to heal without oter exertion by using his mouth and throat in any way. By the next day they made an opening through his abdomen into his stomach by which we feed him many nourishing foods in liquid form, such as- milk, gruels, creamed Boups, eggnog, etc. Gilbert isn't able to speak or use his voice, due to tho trachea tube in his throat, but we all manage to get on well by his writing to us, also an alphabet form we use so we may count out tho letters and figures he wants to use. Two nurses have been on special duty with him ever since he was admitted, so you may rest assured he has never been alone at any time. We are all American nurses at this Hospital and take care of our Soldier Boys. With a few exceptions now and then, the Doctors are the finest in our country (back home) coming from Yale Medical schools in New Haven, Conneticut. Things are pretty lively up here in general, the. boys come down regular from the field hospjtnl and stay a few days and then they are sent back to the Base hospitals until they are completely well. Gilberts Chaplin from his own company said "he would write 'you and also his brother over here." Mm Wilson don't worry about your boy. We are glvkur' himMhebeit carea lie could get' any where in this - Secretary-Treasur- er nt iHMMm ET nt BBBv bHBj UvBsr bBK BBBIB I -- 14. H Democrats of Garrard County should and will be deeply interested in the State primary of Saturday, August 3. Senator Ollie James submits to his party his candidacy for renom- iTrination to the Sennte, which is asking an endorsement of his work of six years in the United States Senate. It is now generally known that Senator Jambs hasbeen ill for several months and for a greater por 'of that time has been confined to his room, It U report-(fe- d that he is somewhat im- : Itpovca in neaun uui is not aoie Sh make a canvas and present FYm rsult of his six years work constituents. As w mltehmenta ofThe great Senator for his State and nation ig hU years at WaBhing-'- t w so well known' to the tion tal for tho comfort, convenience and en tertainment of the members during their delightful stay as her guests. Also that wo desire to express our great appreciation to Hon. F. M. Sackett, Food Administrator of Kentucky, Hon. J. B. Speed of Louisville, and Mr. A. M. Corrigan, representing the Liberty Loan publicity department, for their presence uijd enlightening addresses before the body; and also to Hon. W. B. Hansford, of Crab Orchard, for his cordial nnd eloquent? address of welcome. Be it further resolved, that we would send a word of cheer and heartfelt good wishes to the members of the Kentucky Press Association who have temporarily laid aside the pen for the sword, to make the good fight for the country we love; and to assure that their brothers in the old are Kentucky, Press Association proud of them and their patriotic vwrk, and are with them in spirit and love in their magnificent response to the call of their country. . f'BHsB 'BH'BH aH iHi ' jBbPbB- y:lH flBa'a ib1 'iVIBBK J lytftiiSjfcMTfi . nHOKmSfiMH .... . jLTiHiHHHiH - Thursday, Friday, Saturday July 25th, 26th, 27th.. ;l MR. FAMOUS WAJLANAN ' , 'T. HAWAIIA 3EXTETTE. These are native Hawaiians, using the Hawaiian instru- - if;. H.B. ESTRIN WORLD - L. S. F1TSHUGH, S. M. SAUFLEV, instrumental selections. This is an opportunity no one should miss, to see and hear these marvels. 25th, 26th, 2TJth. - . ADMISSION, ADULTS 35L CHILDREN 25c. 2ivSCi J HARRY McCARTY, Committee on Resolutions. Tnd pantrcU. rtocord, Thursday, July 25, 1918. House and Buggy Paint, Electric Irons , rans ureen ana Diowers, unver ana donn Deere timing Flows, and Harrows, 5 and 10 Disc Wheat Drills. Carriage and Wagon Cheap. Mailable and.Cast Ranges v. Alluminumware Cheap. i illA'''R. MOUNT Sz CO. The C3 Deal House. Mrs. W. R. Cook was a visitor in Miss Elizabeth Miller, of Irvine, Danville last week. returned home this week after a Column pleasant Ivsit to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mr. Gowen Ifouijieof Danville was a visitor In Lancaster, the past week. Center. A Messrs Joe F. Price,- Charlie AnRATES i Mrs. Minor Corfnari of Louisville, derson and II. M. Dudley left Wedhas been the guest of Mrs. S. A. Hill. Single Insertions lc a won A DrUf MuiUen of th Comlnw tnd nesday for a several days stay In Oolnj, by Thou W Art Mtrutid In. No ad1 taken for less than 28c Miss Jessie Kciger of Indiana, Is Louisville, in this column No ads in this. the guest of Mrs. J. S. Askins, this Master Horace Boggs Gulley, who 8! week. column charged. has been sick the past few days Is Mr, Jim Wcit of Illehmoml, was In Seven insertions for the improving his many little friends will 3 Mrs. J. E. Robinson and Miss Joan Lancaster, Monday. Mount were visitors in Lexington, be glad to know. a price of five. Col. I. M. Dunn of Danville, was Monday. Phone orders must be paid Mesdames William Walker and 3 a viiitor In Lancaster, Monday. Horace Hcrndon left Friday night to a promptly. Miss Hannah Aldridjre of Stanford Mis,Ellen Walker of Richmond, Is spent the week-enwith Miss Irene Join their husbands at Charleston S. visiting her aunt, Mrs U. F, Hudson. Aldridgc. C, who have good positions there. r People vev ai Classified - 1 j ! i J d VL S. HATFIEbD, j Dentist A buncastcr, . il LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Mr. Frank Koblnson of Danville, Miss Douglas Porter of Pnintsvllle Mr. Thomas W. Conn and son, nre nttended court at Lancaster, Monday. with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., was the week-en- d guest of Miss Mat-ti- e Adams, at the home of her grandthis week. Messrs J, Y, and Fleece Robinson mother, Mrs. McGrath, on Danville left Wednesday for Crab Orchard Mr. and Mrs. West of Madison Co., street. Springs., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams and Mrs. Nellie Ballou of Stanford, Sanford, Monday. daughter, Miss Mettle Adams, have spent last Thursday with her brothMiss Dove B. Harris, of Danville, returned to their home in Sharpsburg er, Mr. Ed Gaines. guest of her sister, after a two weeks visit to Mrs. N. was the week-en- d Miss Nell Rourne is in Stanford Mrs. Pat Anderson. McGrath. this week, the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury and Mrs. Mr. Walter Sharp, wife and daughMrs, W. U,, Wnrner. J. M. Staunton, arc in Richmond Ind, ter, and Mr. Gay Sout and wife, of t)r. n'n'd'Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of At- visiting Mrs. A. H. Rice. Sharpsburg, motored to 'Lancaster, lanta, Ga.'.arrived Sunday for a visit Mrs. Robert Turley left Friday to Sunday, and spent the day with Mrs. to friends' ppd relatives. Join her husband, Capt. Robert Tur- R. II. McGrath. Mr. and Mrs. Stark Fish of Okla- ley nt Fort Monroe Vn. Mrs West Bourne entertained Sunhoma City, Oklahoma, were week-en- d Mr. J. W. Harrington of Ekron, day at a twelve o'clock dinner In guests of Mrs. Joe Francis. Ky., visited his sistr-In-laMrs. honor of Mrs. Dora Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Witt, Mrs. Sam Ball and Mrs. Dora Miller, last week. Mrs. J. A. McDowell and children, Tom McMillan. of Reattyvlllc, were the guests of Mr. J. M. Davis, bugler on the U, Mr. S. L. Gibbs, who was operated her sister, Mrs. L. N. Miller this week. S. S. Pennsylvania, is n pleasant vis on for appendicitis at the Danville in Lancaster, this week. Mr. George M. Todd, an L. and N. itor Hospital last Friday, is doing well, fircmnn, of Pari;, visited his sister, Miss Elizabeth Goodloe of Spring' which is very gratifying to his many Mrs. L. Manuel, from Saturday until field, is the guest of her uncle, Mr, friends here at home. Monday, W, O. Goodloe, and Mrs. 'Goodloe, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davidson, and Mr. John McRobcrts has returned Miss Kathleen Walter was a week children, and Mrs. Davidson's sister, to Atlanta, (In., nftcr a weeks stay end visitor at Crab Orchard Springs, Mir 3 Evelyn Ellis, motored thru with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. the guest of Mrs. Raymond Haselden, from Tulsa, Okla., nnd are guests of McRobcrts. FOR SALE:-Mlll- ct seed. 14 Bushels German J. E. Robinson. man-e- l, FOR SALE Quarter-sawe-d tile hearth and grate. S. A. Walker. tf. FOR SALE: Good pair work mules, over 10 hands, fi and8 years G. C. Walker. old. FOR SALE: Several pieces of old fashioned furniture. Call this office. FOR SALE: ewes. Eighteen good grade N. J. GOSNEY, Marksbury, Ky. A k FOR SALE: Roan yearling registered 'extra good shorthorn bull. . Woods Walker, Paint Lick. Ky. WANTED : Second hand horse power hay baler, ready for service. U. M. Bufgess, Paint Lick, Ky. FOR SALE: gallon. FOR SALE: Five In five gallon lots. Pure apple vinegar Forty cents per J. B. Woods, i its BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, I ! I 1 I Mr. Davidson's mother, Mrs. Cnrrie Mrs. Randolph Harris has return .tQbsibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV 5!LWP sBBBMslBs.fcLBsW Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haselden and ed home after spending several days Davidson. SSSm sons, have returned home from sev in Stanford, with her mother, Mrs, Mr. W. M. C. Hutchins, of eral days' visit to Detroit, Michigan, Grinstcad. leff today for Dry Ridge, und Cincinnati. Ky., where he will remain for n few O. Goodloe and Miss Lu Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Ware McRobcrts re- ciie Ramsey leave Tuesday for a visit weeks nnd hopes to recover from an to Atlanta, Ga., after a pleas- to Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey of Hendcr- attack of rhcumatfom, by the healturned ing waters pf this famous resort. ant visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. sonville, N. C. R. E. McRobcrts. Master Richard McGrath, who has Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., of Hyattsville Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrve McRobcrts and who has been visiting her mother, been visiting his Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Phillips of Stan- Mrs. Tuggle. near Emanuel, has re N. McGrath, for the past month, left Tuesday for Sharpsburg to spend ford, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. turned home. two weeks with his aunt, Mrs. Tom R. E. McRoberts. Miss Lorctta Taylor left this week Adams, before returning to his home Mrs. Anderson, Misses Martha Mil- for Williamsburg, where s ac in Richmond, Va. ler, Nancy Miller and Mr. Spencer cepted a good position in Nelson's of Crab Orchnrd, were guests in Lan- Department Store. CARD OF THANKS caster, Saturday night. ' Mrs.LiCsrlton Elkin entertained at . chil- -j 'Mrs. Rso'inBndjTtaicldeS'and To all friends, relatives and acn delightful six o'clock dinner Friday dren, who" have been spending two In honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mc quaintances who were so kind and V sympathetic, during the illness and j.J weeks at Crab Orchard Springs, re- Roberts, of Atlanta, Ga. jjj turned home Tuesday. after the death of our husbartd and Miss Jewel Buchannon, of Huston father, we wish to express our deepMr. and Mrs. Clay Hamilton and ville, and Miss Lucile Davis, of Paint gratitude and assure all that 'such daughter. Miss Thelmn, Mrs. Ilnllic Lick, are the guests of Mr, and Mrs. est kindnesses will never be forgotten. Dunlap, and daughter. Miss Mary Tom Ballard, this week. Mrs. C. A. Arnold nnd children. Owsley, motored to Lexington the past week. Misses Lucile Ramsey and Eugenia LIGHTLlssliGIlfORDER CI Dunlap were the guests of honor at Messrs Dan C. Elkin, 'John McRob a. very delightful social giv.en by Mrs, The United States Fuel AdminiIII crts,' Robert Ross? Hudson Frisbie, George Smith, Friday night. stration's new "Lightless Night OrRobert 'Noland and Lieut. Ector Law- son, attended the dance in Danville Misses Margaret, Joe and Char- der" restricting the 'use of .fuel for Friday night. lotto Faulkner, of Baltimore, Md., outdoor illumination becomes effective Wednesday, July 2"4th. Mrs. S. D. Turner, and bright lit- - are the attractive visitors of their Under the Order hte use of lights Mrs. Rose Mason tlo daughter, Annn Belle, have re generated or produced, by the use.or turned to their home in Lexington, Mr. and II. Clark and consumption of ccal, gas, oil or other i after a short visit to Lancaster rein daughter, Mrs. C, and Mr. James fuel for illumination or displaying WE SELL FOR LESS. Mary, lives and friends. or Bourne, of Lexington, spent Sunday advertisements, announcements signs for tho external ornomentation Mr. Raymond Haselden and father, with their parents, at Lancaster. of any building will be discontinued Mr. Sam Haselden, spent thewoek Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brewer and .entirely on ' Monday and Tuesday end in Crab Orchard, with Mrs. Ray mond Huseldcn, who has been spend children, who are visiting here from .nights of each week in this State. Cheba, Okla., left Saturday for a The Order' excepts bona fide roof ing tw'al weeks there. two weeks visit to Mr. Brewer's rela gardens, outdoor restaurants and out door moving picture theatres. Street Miss Margaret Cook is in Louis tives, in Mercer County. illumination in all cities will, be res ville, thf attractive guest of Miss Mr. George Todd motored to Ber-- tricted, to the hours between sunset Elizabeth Pilcher, nnd has been the recipient of much social attention ea, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Man nnd sunrise and the nfnount of pubuel and sons accompanied him to lic lighting in any city will be reduring the pnst week. Richmond and spent the day with Mr. duced to that necessary for safety. Mr. and Mrs. Hunks Hudson and and Mrs. Chas, Dearinger. The uso of light lor illuminating family and Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Tur or displaying any- show windows, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burton and Mr. store windows or any signs ner of DaivlWe. were guest of Mr, in show and' MwaJy.""'A. Fnrnau, Saturday, and Mrs. Roy Williams and children, windows will bo discontinued from motored through from Illinois last night loTiNM sale .of "General Maud" sunrise to sunset and will be week and are the guests of friends entirely on the "Lightless Mcsdame Hagan and Thilllps and and relatives in Garrard county. Nights" designated by the order. Misses Julia Higgina and Eubcr uc Mr and Mrs. Stark Fish of Okla The Doing of It. companied Mr. Joe Haselden down homo City, Okla., Mrs. M. E. Fish No honest work can degrade- - us; from Crab Orchard Springs, Saturday and Mrs. Will Pettus nnd children, of only tho way In which we perform It night to attend the sale of "General Crab Orchard, are guests of Mr. and ran do that. The humblest tnsk, well Maud" nnd painstakingly accomplished. Is honMrs. Robert Burnside and family, orable. The highest undertaking, careMr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pollard Mr. Jesse Anderson and sisters, lessly and poorly pushed through, Is in good points and baby, who have been residing In Misses Susie and Lutory, Mrs. Ollie a disgrace to Its doer, Lou is villa.- - for.- - tho past several Thompson . . and Miss Minnie Bourne 1 months, have returned to Lancaster' the' tor- solidly built. vheels composed a motoring party to Hardy Tree Is the Palm, and are with Mrs. Pollard's parents, Shakertown, Brooklyn sional strains they will meet in the field. The rak? While commercial dates pre Mr. nnd Mrs. H. D. Lee. Mr. Pol Bridge, Wilmore and High Bridge, In very restricted nrens, the lard hat accepted a position with the must get all die hay. The dumping arrangement must juilin Is very "tough" and resourceful. (Jo. easily and quickly and be handled easily. The work Friends of Miss. Martha Wurd It will actually thrive In sand. In clay, Lancaster Milling Sweeney, have received cards from mli)l)p. pent, swamp muck, alkallno or rake teeth musjbe, strong and resilient to work without Mrs. GrilTin, of Osceola, Arkansas, her in Chicago, where she ii visiting salty soils nnd generally over a wider breakage. widow of the late Mr, James Griffin, . her aunt, Mrs. II. A. Hoeing. Sho ranee of conditions than almost any .. Every one of those points is found on! the Deering-rake- . wcu rememberer, citizen oi Lan speaks in glowing terms of her pleas other plant caster, and her son, Mr. Jesse GrilTin Deerintr rake owners save trouble ,and temper. ant visit and the delightful cool ' of Detroit, Michigan, and grandson, weather in Chicago, Ask any one of them. at this time. Substitute for Cold. Master Bourland, of Harrordsburg, Deering feet to 12 feet, Buy Made in sizas It Is said that n serviceable substi , Ky., have recently completed a visit Mr, and Mrs. Abe Barker and - rake service gold Is obtained by comhlulog tute for for p rake and get withjt goodto the family of Mr. George Smith, daughter, Penob, Mr. nnd Mrs. J, P. 01 parts of copper with sir parts of Sr. Mrs. Griffin's daughter, remem- Stone, and little daughter, Janib, and antimony and nd4lng a llttlu magaesl-ujyears. bered here as a bright school-gir- l, M,rs, Ernest. Stone, of Atlanta and carbonate to Increase the weight. Miss Nellie, is the wife of Rev. Dour- - Rutledge, Go., motored through to It Is said that this alloy can be drawn, wrought and soldered very much llko land, pastor of the Christian church visit illative and., friends in Kenat Harroikburg, having recently tucky, and are, making a flying visit gold, and that It also receives and re closed His pastorstt of the church at this week to Mr. and Mr. J. A. Conn tains a golden polish. It is worth something Uka 3D vots pound. BryaHtsvllle, Ky. Carlisle, Ky. Jr., near Hyattsville. grand-mother, car, in good painted. Kyato, jln passenger ford Manse, running order. Just, Geo. F. Hatcher, Lancaster, Ky. LOST: About three weeks ago a black dehorned Jersey .heifer. $1,0. reward for return or information. A. D. Lee, Lancaster, R.2. LOST: Black, white and tan (leg and black, white and tan bitch. Both have collar, marked Woods Walker, Paint Lick, Ky. Reward. WANTED GRAZING: 80 acres of good grass, plenty of water, 3 miles from Lancaster, Phone, Frank Phillips, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE: A handsome set of walnut furniture, some antique furniture, and a hand vacum cleaner. All Inquire ,n. hf, in good condition. office. It .(! I am in the WHEAT WANTED: KY. she-ha- r ' J UOjI JtXJQJC,! HjLJ JrIS. LOAD OF FINE a I market to buy your wheat for J. Vf. Zaring and Co. Will give the best price and furnish all sacks. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky, i WATERMELONS - Sander's Variety Store. I WANTED Bids for the Schoo) House. Bids niust be in by noon, August 26th, Plans and specifications will be at the ' County Clerks office. Mies Jennie Higgins, Sup't. ' I If grand-mothe- r, FOR SALE: The Mary B. Pres ton farm, on Kentucky river, near the mouth of Sugar Creek, containing about 100 acres. About 75 acres $700'" in good state of cultivation. or $800 worth of locust posts oh farm, also Ave room house, stock barn and three acre tobacco iarn. U. G. Preston, Agent. NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of C. A. Arnold, decMisecV will present-sam'to mtr ' properly proven at once. Those indebted to said estate will kindly settle immede 1 V ..M iately. Ashby Arnold, Administrator ' .discon-continu- ' Why Deering Rakes Are Popular HERE rake: you want a ar6 frame must be strong and rake must stand The rf The Building of Life. Life Is a building. It rUes slowly' day by day, through fie years. Every new letfsou we learn lays a block on the edifice which Is rising silently with. In us. Every experience, every touch4 of another life on ours, every Influence Hurt Impresses us, every book we rend," every conversation we have, every net,- - 11 - itt .fvitntiinnAef i1nia mills torttn thing to tho Invisible building. Miller. J, K. A- r 1 6i a self-dum- m Becker &, Ballard. 'The undersigned hereby gve warn ing to all persons not to trespass umw our lands for .any purpose whatever m we will prosecute all offenders' te fu) tat extent of tH law. Hunters awi. Fishermen especially take notice. R,L. Ed & N B Price ' S. C, Rlgsj. J. C. Rlgsby. , Mrs. Emma Higginbotham. wrs, j, wase wancer, h.j James M. Whit nd wife. Walter Humphrey R. " . John Titnn, . . . ra, 1,1 nth., h M. wfl win 1 . POSTED I fl.ij iui -- , ' 'i-- . . The Central Record, Thursday, July 25 1918. HI LE SCHOOL CONVENTION. K- - 1 Th e tinrrnm county Christian School Conventirn ntct at Paint Tuesday, July ICth,. The at- nce was large and much In- eat was shown by the earnest School workers gathered from VStt sections of the county. A fine report from the various ?; jvjjisiblc schools was made, the county jJIIacking but one point of being a T Banner county. Splendid addresses 'tere made by a number of local rker nnd great results are ex iccted from the practical and In spiring work of Miss Lewis, State TIP Land, Stock, Crop and Farm Implements OF LANCASTER PROOF SfcesM ConWi.ce Ewjr Uccaster Reader. (Representative. The bountiful dinner served by the hospitable Tain Lick people, ' was enjoyed by all. The following resolutions were HAGARD KING AT submitted: We the members of the resolution committee beg to submit the following resolutions: 1st. To recommend the Bible Schools of Garrard county a patriotic program as outlined in address of Mias Lewis, especially-RegulWorkers Conferences, Teacher's Training Course, Graded Organization and Lesrons. 2nd. That every pastor, teacher, and Bible School officer take and read the Bulletin. 3rd. school, prayer71 ftlllv nnilThat eoch trv tn renn), th pnrnptlv ' Missionary apportionment and in- -' tractions be emphasized In greater way than in the pust.. 4th. Whereas our country is in a state of war, food consevation is - of greatest importance, and whereas liquor traffic in various' forms con- umes many million bushels 01 Mod, lur-i- t resolved that each Bible School give" temperance instructions in program. 5th. Since the war is making such a turning in the views of the people that each teacher make himself acquainted with the plea of Christian sendees nnd present such to each pupil. Cth. That each Bible school have a service flag for boys gone out into r Muir country's service and each school strive to secure two members for Christian service for each one gone. 7th. That the Bible Schools make campaign to tie up adult member-shi- n nt rhllrrfi tn TtiMn ami 11 definite Bible study; nnd that the Bibles be used in classes rather than the quarterly. ar The frank statement of a neighbor, telling the merits cf n remedy, Bids you (muse and belle c. The same endorsement By some stranger far away Commands no belief nt nil. Here's a Lancajtcr case. A testifies. Lancaster citizen Read and be convinced. D. C. Sanders, proprietor of a lumber and coal business, Campbell St., snysi "I have uied Doan's Kidney Pills with satisfactory results and don't hesitate to endorse them. My kidneys were out of order and I hnd I nho hnd dull, nagging backaches. soreness in the small of my back nnd my kidneys were Irregular In notion. Doan's Kidney Pills procured nt Stormes' Drug Store, relieved the troublo and put my kldnes in good condition." Price COcts, nt all dtrilus. Don't simply ask for n kidney temcdy-'gDonn's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Sanders hnd. Foter Milburn Co., Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. et nmiN Thursday, August 15th, AT IsTINE O'CLOCK, A. M. IN GARRARD COUNTY, FOUR MILES FROM LANCASTER, FALL LICK PIKE. acres, level, fertile, high slate of cultivation, no waste land, well and DESCRIPTION conveniently fenced, everlasting water. Eight room brick house, two halls, three porches, beautiful lawn, large shade trees, fine orchard. An . ideal home. 136 BUCKEYE Miss Nettle Ray was In Richmond last week. Miss Pattie Long spent last week with her couiin, Miss Sallie Noel. Miss Jessie II. Ray was the weekend visitor of Miss Louie Brown. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow give more milk. Hudion, Hughe and Farnau, Miss Reva Ray Mnnford of Frankis visiting Misses Ron and Inex Ray. Mrs. W. S. Scott visited her dough-teMrs. Otis Ray Bogie part of last week. Mrs. Kurtz of Hnrrodsburg is visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs. Handy fort r, Kurtr. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray nnd children motored to Harrodsburg last Sunday. v Mr. 0car Rny and Mr. H. M. Kurtx was in Lexington last week on business. Mrs. Minor Corman and little son, of Louisville arc visiting her sister, Mrs. Oscar Rny. Mr. and Mrs. Jetse Bogie nnd chil dren ppent the week-enwith Mr. d Mrs-vJes- To See This Farm is to . Want to Own it. k flth., t . given th people of Paint Lick church and especially the ladies for the gracious spirit in whfch we have been received 9th. In fnce of the troubled con ditions of the world, be it finally re solved that we the people of the Bi ble Schools of Garrard county enlist in the great army of the Lord for deeper consecration and devotion. Respectfully submitted, Frank M .IvTinder. J. R. Mnnrmnn I? IT Rnr.nn 'Vie That a standing of thanks Large stock barn, tobacco barn, cribs, sheds, poultry houses and yards, and all necessary buildings. 40 acres in corn, 1 1 acres in tobacco, balance in grass. out- - and IIIIL R. W. Sanders Mr. and Mr and daughters spent Sunday A TRACTOR FARM. MARKSBUKY J Mr. and Mrs. Baker of Boyle Co., have been visiting Mrs. J. W. Swope, . ni.-- i. i vr ....... m. J J'of Lexingtonspent Sunday with Mr, rM.R. S. Clark. m Mr ' nm 'ha.niit ...-- . ..... ...1 i. wife here for a- brief visit, returned home yesterday, 1 1 V. - Mrz. Sallie Anderson and Mrs. Henry Pollord of Hubble have been visiting Mrs. Iva Pointer. Mrs. J, W. Mahan has been visit-in- g her mother, Mrs. Smith, of Titgnand relatives in Jellico. ' The richest man in the county is Mr. Clyde Withcrs.who sold a sow wid ten pigs for $210, to Mr. Jim J House, delivered at Danville. 1 Mitjes Hannah I'feurne of west Lancaster, were the isMractive week-enguests of Misses f8tila and Hamilton Speaks. d New-Mnni- h) . Will be sold in different tracts, or as a whole, and with or without the crops, and possession at once, or January 1, 1919, just to suit the prospective purchaser. Will be sold on easy terms. STOCK: 1 pair of 8 year old mare mules, 1 eight year old horse, 1 four year old driving mare, 3 jersey cows and calves, 2 red cows and calves, 1 Herf ord cow and calf, one Poll Angus Bull. e wagons, 2 rid- FARMING IMPLEMENTS:' 1 Avery tractor, with gang plows, 2 r, mg cultivators, section harrow, mower and rake, wheat drill, check cultivators, 2 plows, one manure row planter, 2 buggies and harness, 3 spreader, a lot of chickens, wagon harness, plow gear, and everything used on a good farm. A lot of timothy hay, clover hay, and baled straw. DINNER SERVED. PRESENTS AND MONEY GIVEN AWAY. This land will certainly sell to the high dollar. A fair, square deal and no buy bidders. When I offer land the purchaser fixes the price and I always sell, so come and get a bargain. Land values are still on the increase. For further particulars inquire of two-horsdisc-narro- w, culti-packe40-Oliv- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sanders. Missionary Society The Ladies met Thursday afternoon with the ad dition of five new member. Mrs. Jennie Denman and son, of Kansas, and Mrs. Henry Walker vis ited Mrs. G. M. Hendren, recently. Mr Forest Curtis and little daugh ter, Katherine, were guests Friday night of her parents, Mr. and Mr. William Ray. Mrs. Roy Williams and children of Illinois, visited her father, and sister, Mr. J. P. Prather and Mrs. Mai Carter, from Friday until Monday, Mr. Hiram Jlay and family, Mrs. Forest Curtis and little daughter, Nora, Mr. Burnett .Sanders o'f Crab Orchard were guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Tester, Misses Ethel Ray and Sallie Lou Tenter, and Mr. Smlllie Hill were in Crab Orchard, Saturday the guests of Mr, and Mrs. L. L. with one-hor- se er Sander. Mrs. Belle PooiOIr. Walker Poor and little daughter, Alice, Missel Lotsy Lowry and Mary Ransdall and Mr. Will Poof of Wlimore were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown and fahiily. if THE REAL ESTATE COY SWINEBROAD, deal of the country. , MAN OF LANCASTER, 1 i nr. ana Airs, job roiiam, jnr. anu lltL Clavton Marsee and Mr and Mrs were John Collier, of Hyattsvillo, guest of Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Speaks Sunday. l ttr r t .. .1. . . ... f Dxfngton who have been visiting -- I J, fr, ' C. C, " "WW ...... ... w. Poiudexter, and family, of Kareellus. ' !Vr. tliA Vuim at Mrm. Mark Uncle i i piunday aiternoon. mis is me effort of the kind here and. It no doubt meet with success. r fjln the death of Mr, C. A. Arnold, one ui nas KM popular citizen's, and the many frjMula who were in constant waiting WlalWviate his meTeris? if possible, ia me more little favor, was a ef hU popularity. He need neighbor, upright in his WaMHr wth wen rn'' cenerous to J Mr. A. J. Rico called a meeting'of Red f lhe ladles to organize a will be Cross 'w:liiintr. The meetlnif held E. B. Ray, Sunday. Mrs. Luty Martin and grandThompson Sanders is slowly im daughter of Lexington, are visiting long illness of fever. Mrs. Nan Moberley. proving after a Mr. and MiV James Hastey enter Lige McMillian and Sanders Bros, Sunday. sold their hemp crop to H. B. Cox of tained a number William Clyde Sanders returned Lancaster for 13c per pound to Camp Taylor after a 10 days' furMiss Bessie Ray Sanders of Cot' lough. tonburg has returned to her home Mr. Charlie Whitaker nnd family after a visit with Miss Penchle Mae lire visitors of Wm. Whitaker and Sanders. family. , Misses Bessie Ray and I'eachie Mr. Dick Burton and wife of Ills., Mae Sanders and Mr. Clyde Sanders have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Abe wero visitors of Mesdames Tcm Iiurton. Mrs, iet iti Davis spent last Fannie Thursday with Mr Riley Davis near Buckeye. Miss Reva Ray Manford of Frank fort, spent last week with Mrs. James I. Sanders. Rev Snanks will fill his regular ap- Montgomery Hicks and Henry Bourpe last Tuesday night. of pointment at Scotts Fork Sunday Mr. Charlie Land, of Fort San and Sunday night. Antonia, Texas, is with his parents, Ballard' pur wheat bran, wheat Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land for a 16 middling,, valval baan maal. days furlough. Charlie volunteered Hudion, Mughal and Farnau. about IS months ago, and this is hi n vife II JtMktertunate. Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sanders first visit home. He says he likes Tip two children to Uiar.t syaipsihy wera with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I army life fine, and has seen a good .Mr. Elmer Fredrlc was kicked In th,c face Thursday by a mule and wus painfully hurt. The doctor was called and several stitches were taken. He is suffering severe pa!n from the accident. jpy 'a"i Mr. Roy Sanders and family of Buckeye, Mr, and Mrs. Jcsso Sanders of Marksbury, Mr. Dave Sanders and family, Mr. Boone Sanders and family, Mr. J, M. Sanders, wife and little grandson, of Lancaster, Mr. Oatley Burke and family of Richmond, were entertained Sunday at "noon-da- y Mrs. Curtis 'Saddler spent Saturdinner" by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sanders at their beautiful country lume. day and Sunday with Mrs. G. W. Thompson of this place. Mrs. Mary B. Preston died at her A number cf people attended serhomo near here, on the Oth of July, Thy deceased was a member of the vices here Saturday afternoon, SunChurch of Christ at this place. She day morning and evening. is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ike Mr. Floyd Curtis and family atDuncan, who cartd for her during tended services at Falrvlew .church her last Illness, three sons, U. G R. In Madison county Friday evening. II. and Tevis Preston, all living near. Mixed poultry feed for chicken. She was 05 years of age and always You will like it. lived in this neighborhood and will lludton, Hughe and Farnau. be greatly missed by friends and relMr. and Mrs. Lewis Murphy and atives, for to know her was to love her. Her remains were interred in daughter Mies Lida Mae, motored to the Lancaster cemetery by the side Lexington, Saturday to visit relaof her husband who died a number tives. of years ago. Services were conMiss Mary Francis Montgomery ducted by Rev. Wm. Walden of Dan- was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Euville. The deepestnympathy is ex- gene Clark, of Boyle county a part of tended the bereaved ones in their last week, . Mr. and Mrs. Buford West and children of Richmond, visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. L. F. Brown last week, nnd while hero the death toss. Angels claimed ns their victim their little three months old son, Steward. BOURNE. He died July 21 and the remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster " cemetery. The deepest sympathy Mrs. Joe Hicks remains very ill. of this community is extended the M. Hendren were Mc and Mrs. guests of relatives in bereaved parent and loved ones. the week-en- d county. Madison KY. LANCASTER MINIS-- , TER THANKFUL. had stomach troublo for nearly 20" years, also constipation which filled my system with gas and fever. I oould not do my work and while I was down sick a lady from out of town sent me n bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy which proved truly wonderful. I believe it is the best medecine on- earth." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes prac tically all stomach, liver and intea. tinal ailments, Including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, "I The Central ftecord, Thursday, July 25, 1918. SYNOPSIS. the news of the ciiArmn ired sinking of the by a Unman submarine, Arthur Ouy Kmper, an Amerl c.n, Ititu hl oMre In Jereey Oily and Kncland where ho enllita In the Eota to army. CIlAtTtiU II Aflor a period of train nr. Kmpey volunteers for immeillM eery. Ira and anon find" hlrni.lt In reit billets "somewhere In France," where ho flrat makes tha acquaintance of theerer-rree-tn- t (J "cooties." CIIAITKIt lll-Em- pey attrnda hla flrat church eervlcea at tha front while a tier-ma- n I'okker clrclaa over tha congregation. CHAITKIl IV Kmpey's command roes Into tha fronOllne trenchea and la urnlar fir a for the flrat tlma, , learns to adopt CIIAPTKn tha motto of tha llrtufi Tommy, "It you ara irotng to eel It, you'll (at It, ao navar orderly. tr worry." CIIAPTKn VI Back In rait billed. Km. pay sets hla flrat eiparlance aa a mtaa Drltlah soldiers ara fed. CHAITKIl VII-Km- py learns how tha e In tha front-linCltAITKlt VIH-IU- ck tranch, Empey sees hla flrat friend of tha trenches "iro Writ." makaa hla flrat CIIAPTKn vlilt to a dugout In "Hulclde Ditch." CIIAPTKII X Kmpey laarna what eon. atltutra a "day'a work" In tha front-lin- e trencttt toes "orar the CHAPTnn top" for tho flrat time In a charge on the Oat Attacki and Spies. trenchea and la wounded by a Scrman thrutt. Three ihiy nflcr we tin cl alTenced py Jolne tha Prllz, the (lermniii aent over rii. It CHAITKIl aa tha bomtlrvg atjuad la called. did not cnlch ua iinnwnrca, liecnne the Tommy gets an CIIAPTKn XIII-Ka- ch wind hnd hecn mndo to order, thnt official bath. helpe die an It wn Mowing from tho (lennnn CHAPTKIl advanced tranch under Uerman Are. Irrnches townrtl our nt tho rnte of XV-"llttenlnc post" In CHAPTKIl uhoilt five mile ht hour. No Man'a Land. WiirnliiR hnd hecn pnaet! down tho artillerymen "put CHAITKIl XVI-T. one oer" on Old I'appar, their regimental trench to keep n ahnrp lookout for Rn. commander. We hnd n new mnn nt Hie perlacope, haa narrow CHAPTKH cape while on patrol duty In No Man'a on Ihl Afternoon n qiipulon; I wn Land. nlltlnR on Hie fire alep, clcmilng my In reit Milan CIIAPTKn XVIH-na- ck Kmrey writes and etacea a farce comedy. rllle. when he cnlled out to me: "There' n ort of Rreenlah, yellow hare many CHAPTKIl waya to amuae thrmaelvte whlla "on their cloud rolllnir nlunc the sround out In own." " CIIAPTKn XX Empey volunteers for front, If coming Hut I wnlteil for no more, Rrnhhlnc machine gun service and goee back Into trenches. my Imyonct. which wn drtnclieil from the front-lin- e again foes CHAITEn top" In a charga which coat hla the rifle, I Rnve the nlnrm liy ImiiRlnR "over the 17 nn empty ahell cnae, which wn hnne-In- c company killed and It wounded. with a machine uenr Hie CIIAPTKn XXII-Trl- ck rlcope. At the anine gun allencea one bolhereome Krlls. lnlnnt, Rnnc atnrteil rlncliii: down Hie an attack, CHAITEn trench, the alRiinl for Tommy to don by gaa wave, la repulsed. fiiAiTKIl XXIV CniMVaata forced to hi recpimtor, or mnoke lielmet, n we a member. cnll It. take part In as eiecutlon 01 tne nrins xjuhu (!h travel quickly, so you mint not prepare for lah CHAITKIl loae nny time; you generally have the 111c Pueh the battle of the fiomme. a trench raid, nhout i lulitecii or twenty aecond In CIIAPTKn XXVI-- In preceding the l"c Push. Kmpay la dea reratrly wounded and Ilea unconacloua In which to ndjitat your gn helmet. houra. No Man's Lnd for A en a helmet I ciade of cloth, (rentfour monlha ed with rhemlcnla. There nre two winCHAPTKIl XXVII-Af- ter . tn a Hrltleh hoapllal, Empey la discharged aa "phyalcally unfit for further war eerr. dows, or rIus eye. In It, through w hlcli you can nee. Inalde there I n ice.' l tuhe, which roc In the mouth. You hrcntho through your noe; (lie panMlng throuRh the cloth helmet. Ru I lirtltrnlUed hy the action of the chemical. Tho foul nlr I exhaled throuRh the tuhe In the mouth. thi tuhe helliR no conatructed thnt it preBy An AaerlciB Soldier vents the Inhnllng of the outflde nlr or Went Who Rn. One helmet I Rood for Ave hour of the atrongeat Rna. Knch Tommy ARTHUR GUY EMPEY carries two of them alung nround hi Miouldrr In a wnterproif canvua has. MecAne Cuntttr Sitting tn France Ho muat wear thl hac at all tlme even while sleeping. To chnnge a detootrrtiev Hit, r ArUif tier Mm ft) fective helmet, you take out tho new Continued from laat week. one, hold your hrenth, pull the old one off, plnclng the new one over your hend, tucking in the loose end under the collnr of your tunic. For n minute, pandemonium reigned in our trench Tommte ndjuxtlnc their helmet, homlier running here and there, and men turning out of the dugout with died tinyonct, to man the tire step. D. were pouring out of the communication trenchcx. Our gun' crew were husy mounting the machine gun on tho purnpet nnd lirliiKliig up extra ammunition from Office at Ralney i Livery Stable, the dugout. s I Oermiiu heavier Ihnn nlr nnd loincaster. . Kentucky foon lllhi riis trendies and dugouts, the where It ha lieen known to lurk for two or three daya, until the nlr I purl-flehy means of largo chemical sprayers. We hnd to work quickly, as Fritz generally follows-thgas with nn InMINERAL DIRECTOR fantry nttnrk, A company man on our right was ODIco Over National Hank. too slow In getting on his helmet; ho lUildence Phone 3. OIHce Phono 27 sank to the ground, clutching nt his LANCASTER KY. th rout, nnd nftcr a few wipusmodlc twlstlngs went West (tiled). It was horrlhle to" see him die, hut we were powerless to help him. In tho comer of u traverse, n little, muddy cur dog, one of the company's pels, was lying dead, with his paws over his nose. It' the animal thnt suffer the most the horses, mules, entile, dogs, cut Kontuokv. and ruts they having no helmets to Lick, save them. Tommy docs not sympathize with rats In u gas attack. At times gas hns hecn known to travel, with dlro reaults, Ufteen miles behind the lines. VETERINARIAN. A gas, or smoke helmet, as It Is culled, at tho best Is n Day or thing, and It Is not long before ono gets Promptly Call Answered n violent heiidncliu from wearing It. Night. Phone 317. wero burst Our KENTUCKY. ing In No Jinn's Land, In au effort, hy LANCASTER, the artillery, to disperse tho gus clouds. llneil Willi rmlii'lu Tin. llrM itl.Hi Ing men, bayonets fixed, and bombs near ut hund to repel tho expected ut-- . tack. Fine Cut Flowers. Our artillery hnd put a barrage, of curtain llro on tho (leriniiti lines, to try and break up their attack nnd keep M. hack I trained my inuchlno gun on their trench und Its bullets wero Hiking tho W. A. WHEELER parapet. Then over they cump, bayonets glistening. In their respirators, which DENTIST hnvo a largo snout In front, they lookKENTUCKY. ed llko some horrible nightmare. LANCASTER All along our trench, rifles and Ofllce over Storinei Drug Store. guns spoke, our thrupuel was p.m. Houn bursting over their heads. They want a.m. down In heaps, but new ones took tho BOOKKEEPING places of tho fallen. Nothing could stop that mud rush. The Germans BwlB.eu,PhoBoqrf TYPEWRITING and reached our barbed wire, which hud TELEGRAPHY previously been demolished by their shells, then It was bomb ugulust bomb, and the devil for all. Ite PrMMeal bu rearaetaia.rl.ae. la ".'"iVi. Suddenly my head seemed to burst aaa from a loud "crack" lu my tar. Then UinH HILUI'H at. IX-Kpey XII-EmXlV-F.m- pey my hend began to swim, throat pot dry, and a heavy pressure on tho InnR mnclilne sun, hut Tommy surmount mo that my helmet was leakthis nlmtncle liy plnclng two ntachlnn warned ing. Turning by gun over to No. 2, I" Ctin nhout one liundritl to one changed helmet. nntl flfly ynrdi npnrt. Tho cun Tho trench stnrted to wind Ilka n on tho rlclit to cover wllh Itn fire the be sector of tho left pin nml Hie Run on snake, nnd sandbag appeared tohorfloating In the nlr. The noise wn Hie left l it cover Hint of the rlclit rible; I snnk onto the Are step, needle Kim. Till mnkr tlielr flw cross J tliey seemed to bo pricking my flesh, then nre fired alnuJItnneotialy, Hy till method It round, like one blncknes. I was awakened by ono of my mate Kim firing mid clve the flermnnii Hie deImpreaslnn Hint the Rim In flrlnR from! removing my smoke helmet. Hhw my cool, fresh air felt In lirious ii imlnt mlduny li?tvccn (lie ciina lungs. that which nre artnnlly flrlriR, nnd they A strong wind had arisen nnd disahell thnt pnrtlculnr ajmt. The iniii'hlne Runner chuckle nnd any, persed the gas. They told inedhat I hnd been "out" "Krll In n lirnlny loy. not nlf he for three hours; they thought I was nln't." Ilht the men In our line nt the apnt dend. The attack had been repulsed after heltiR ahelled ciirac KrlU for hi if hard fight. Twice. the Oermnns had nnd pnai n few pert remark gained n foothold In our trench, but down the line In reference to the hnd been driven out by Kunner heliie "windy" nnd Tho trench was filled with their nfrnid to Inko their medicine. dead nnd ours. Through n periscope 1 counted eighteen ilend Oermnns In CHAPTER XXIII. our wire; they were It Rhastly sight In Hountl ta n TnlimMo wet In Incnllrm Iiun-tlre.- 1 Iriio-mn- counter-nt-tnck- their horrible-lookin- respirator. I examined my first smoke helmet. A bullet had Rone through It on the left side, Juit crazing ray cnr. The I. On wo XVII-Km- pey XIX-Bold- lera XXI-Km- pey XXIH-Oerm- el XXV-Ilrll- gas had penetrated through the hole tnnde In tho cloth. Out of our crew of six we lost two killed nnd two wounded. Thnt night we burled nil of the dend, excepting thoe In No Mnn' Lnrul. In death there Is not' much distinction; friend nnd foe nre treated nllke. After the wind hnd dispersed the gns the It. A. M. C. got busy with their chemical sprajers, spraying out the dugout and low pnrt of the trenches to dissipate nny fumes of the Oerinan gns which may have been lurking In same. Two day after the ga nttack I wag sent to division hendqunrters. In nn swer to an order requesting that captains of units should detail n mnn whom they thought capable of passing an examination for the divisional In telllgence department. Hefore lenvlng for this assignment trench sayI went along the front-lining, rod-hto my mote and lording It over them, telling them thnt I had e ruhher-eovere- "Over the Top CARDS. A Gas Helmet. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. clicked n cushy Job behind the lines, and how sorry I felt that they had to stay In the front line nnd urgtiout the war with Fritz. They were envious and a I left the hut still trench to go to the renr they shouted good-nature- d J, R. Beazlev e H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Dr. Printus Walker elghteen-pouuder- s , Honaker John McRoberts. o 8-- 12 1- -4 7:30-9p.- llIH,UilillMir' "flood luck, Ynnk, old boy; don't forget to send up a few fags to your old mates." I promised to do this and left. I reported nt headquarters with sti' teen others nod passed the required ex amlnatlon. Out of the sixteen uppll cants four were selected. I was highly elated because I was, I thought, In for it cushy Job buck at the base. The next morning the four reported to division headquarters for Instructions. Two of tho men were sent to large towns In the renr of the lines with an easy Job. When It cumo our turn tho olllcer told us we were good men and had pussed u very creditable examination. My tin hat begun to get too small for me, nnd I noted that tho other man, Atwell by name, was sticking his chest out moro thun usual. Tho olllcer continued: "I think I can use you two men tn great advantage in the front line. Here nre your orders und Instructions, iiIhi tho pus which gives you full authority as special M. P. detailed on Intelligence work. He- port at the front lino according to your Instructions. It Is risky work and 1 wish you both the best of luck." My heart dropped to zero and face wus u study. We sulutcd and left. Thnt wishing us tho "best of luck" sounded very ominous In our ears; If he hud said "I wish you both n twlft und painless death" It would hvo been more to tho point. Wheu we had rend our Instructions wo knew wo wero In for It good nnd plenty. What Atwell said Is not Ot for publication, but I strongly seconded his opinion of the wur, army and divisional headquarters In general. After n bit our spirits rose. Wewere because our Instructions nnd orders, said so. We Immediately reported to the nearest French estumlnet and hnd several glasses of muddy water, which they culed beer. After drinking our beer wo left tho estnmlnet and hailed an empty ambulance. After showing the driver our passes we got In. Tho driver was golug to the part of tho line where we hud to report. Mow the wounded ever survived a ride In that ambulance was Inexplicable to me. It was worse than riding OB a gaa carriage over a rock road. after me: driver nf the ambulance was n corporal of (he n. A. Mi C., nnd he hnd the "wind up," that Is, ho hnd an nverslon to being tinder fire. I wn riding on the seat with him ttbltc Atwell was sitting In the ambulance, with hU lcgsjinnglng nut of the back. A we passed through n village n mounted military policeman stopped ns and Informed the driver to be very enreful when we got out on the open road, ns It wa very dangerou. because the Oermnns lately hnd ncqulred the hnblt of shelling II. The corporal nsked the trooper If there wns nny other way around, nnd was Informed thnt therq wns not. LTpon Ihl he got very ncrvou nnd wanted tn turn hack, but we Insisted that he proceed nnd explained tn him thnt he would get Into serious trouble with his commanding olllcer If he returned without orders; wo wanted to ride, 'notf wnlk. From his conversalon wo learned that he had recently come from with a draft and hnd never been under fire, hence his nervousness. Wc convinced him Hint there wns not 'inucli danger, and he appeared greatly relieved. When we nt last turned Into the open rood we were no so confident. On each side there hnd been n line of trees, hut now, nil thnt wns left of them were torn nnd battered stumps. The fields on each side of the road were dotted with recent shell holes, nnd wc passed several In tho road itself. We had gone about half u mile when n shell came whistling through the nlr and burst In n field about three hundred yards to our right. Another soon followed this oae and burst on tho edge of the rood about four hundred yards In front of us. I told the driver to throw In his speed clutch, ns we must he In sight nt the (Jerinans. I knew the signs; that battery was ranging for us, and the quicker we got out of Its zone of lire the better. Tllo driver wus trem hllng tike n leaf, nnd every minute 1 expected htm to pile us up in the ditch. I preferred the German tire. In the back Atwell wns holding onto Hie straps for dear life, nnd was singing nt the top of hi voice: We beat you at the Marne, '9 beat you at tha Alane, We- Kae you hell nt Keuve Chapelle, are again. And here J lift then we hit n small shell hole und nearly capsized. Upon n loud veil, from the tear I looked behind, and there wns Atwell sitting In the middle of the road, shaking Id llt nt u. HI? equipment, which he hnd tnken off upon getting Into the ambulance, wns strung out on the ground, and his rllle wus lu the ditch. I shouted to the driver to stop, and In his nervousness he put on the brakes. We nearly pitched out head first. Hut the applying of those brnkei- xavijd .our lives. The next Instant ftit'rc was n blinding flash and n "deafening report. All that I remember If that I was flying through the nlr, and wondering If I would land In a soft spot. Then the lights went out. When I came to, Atwell was pouring water on my head out of his bottle. On tho other side of the road the corporal was sitting, rubbing a lump on his forehead wllh his left hand, while his right arm was bound up In a blood-- . soaked bnndnge. He was moaning very loudly. 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Distributors CRAB ORCHARD, All persons having IJtHSlY ECIyEi cf the First and Second issue with this bank, end who want the same converted into tonds, tearing 4 4 per cent interest will please notify us as soon as possible so that we may arrange for Respectfully, the conversion. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 1-- NOTICE OF LANCASTER. KY. Citizens National Bank DC DC DC DCZ3C DC DCZZDC OFFICSAL PREST-O-LIT- E Battery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. Dodge, Extra Tire and BumNew 1918 per, 950.00 .1914 Buick extra Tire Starter, .$500.00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. of the front wheels was slowly Jevolv Ingio I could not have been "out" for a long period. The shells were still screaming over head, but tho battery hnd raised Its tire and they were bursting la a little wood about half a mile from us. Atwell spoke up. "I wish thnt officer hadn't wished us the best o' luck." 1 Then he commenced swearing. couldn't help laughing, though my head wus nigh to bursting. Slowly rising to my feet I felt myself nil over to make sure that there were no broken bones. Hut outside ot n few bruises and scratches I was all right. Tho corporal was still tnoaulng, but mora from shuck than pnln. A shell splinter hnd gone through the flesh of his right forearm. Atwell and I, from our first-aipouches, put n tourniquet on hi arm to stop the bleeding and then gathered up our equipment. We realized Hint we were In a dangerous spot. At any minute n shell might drop on tho road und finish us off. The village we had left wos not very fnr, so wo told Jhe corporal he had better go back to It and get his onn dressed, and then report the fact ot the destruction of the umbulance to the military police. He wns well able to wulk, so he set off In the direction of tho village, while Atwell and I continued our wny on foot. Without further mishap wo arrived" nt our destination, nnd reported to bri gade headquarters fur rations and billets. That night we slept In the battalion sergeant major's dugout. Tho next morning I went to a first-aipost and had the gnivel picked out of my fuce. The Instructions we received from division headquarters read that we wero out to catch spies, patrol trenches, search German dead, recounolter In No Man's Land, and take part In trench raids qnd prevent the robbing of the dead. I bad a pass which would allow me to go anywhere at any time In the sector ot the lino held by our division. It gave me authority to stop and search ambulnnces, motor lorries, wagons end even oitlcVra and soldiers, whenever my suspicions deemed It- - necessary. Atwell and I were allowed to work together or singly It was left to our Judgment. We decided to team sp. (CONTINUED NEXT WEEK,) d d lie Danville Buick L B. CONN. Proprietor. 80 Id 1C Walnut Street. DCZZDC Dl Danville, Kentucky. ICZDCZZJI II THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It, DEN.MY. Surplus .$30,000. Pres't. S. GlLL, IWdent' J. E. STORM ES. Vice J. It. Harris. J. L. DENNY. Cashier. Keeper Gcn-Uoc- Safety Oeposit WK Boxes YOUR For Rent. SOLICIT BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex K. Denny, J. II. Posey, J, B. Stormcs. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. a. Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. 4 The Central Record, Thursday, July 25, 1918.. STANFORD' Miia Fannie Sparks has returned home after n vlilt to Miss Berta Jenn UPcnny. Mr. anJ Mrs. Edgar Reynolds of McKlnncy, were here Sunday with BT U8IN0 GARRARD 601NTY INVITED TO l.v V XVy No BLACKLEGOIDS TO VACCINATE AGAINST BLACKLEG. relatives. Miss Elizabeth' CnrUr bin return e,l home after a vitlt t Yrlendi in If ttrta to rot. . dot to Mtasur. No HeM to tnjfctol trader lot skin, Slmplf a ltttl pill to 1 t Off Al.- simple, saie. Kiiscuve. - no ro For mi soouus. Bi br AcRoberts Drug Store i' - PUBLIC SALE OF - VALUABLE TOWN LOTS IN DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Kucuon, on i The Central University of Kentucky will sell at public Saturday, July 27, 1918, t At Two O'Clock, P. yi in .front of the Court house in Danville, KcHtucfty, seven lots of 'I T . e ij s.i 1 a j? if oireuc, anu lour 01r other relatives. (.T'mmi, it imee ui sum mis lruiuing on nr main oi.' Mr. and Mrs M. E. Prultt and fam The terms and conditions fsafu lots fronting on Maple Avenue. " - . ily of Millcrsburg, motored to this of 'Sale will be made known on day of sale. city last week and are the guests of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Merriman and children, who have been here for sevCOL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. eral weeks have returned to their home at Lexington. Mrs. L. E. Carpenter, and son Jack, of Philadelphia, Pa., will arrive the last of the week to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mcnefee Mr. and Mrs. H. C. LeCompte and children, of Frankfort, have been, the Louisville. Mrs. Annie Newland Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adams in Lexington. Misses Pearl and Louise Woods are the guests of Miss Bush Allen, at Millcrsburg. Miss Lucy Peterson,- of Maysvlllo, is the guest of friends, here for n week or so. Miss Annie Lcc Eubanks has returned home after a visit to relatives in Garrard County. of Rich Mrs. Sallie Cornelison mond spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Carson. Master Shelton M. Sauflcy of Rid mond, is the guest of his grandfather Mr. S. II. Baughman. Mrs. J. S. Rice has returned home after a visit to'lier mother, Mrs Mary Garnett, at Cave City. Mrs. EinmeU.McCormnck of Hus. tonville, is the guest of her daughter, .Mrs. James H. Woods. Miss Elizabeth fiunf. of Louisville, Is nt home on a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mr. A. P. Uunn. Miss Luclle VanDeveer of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Blanche VanDeveer and other relatives here, Mrs. Rhoda .Waters and daughters, Misses Lpujse and Lucile, are visjtipg relatives 'and friends in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dudderar, of Montgomery, Ala., have joined their son, George Dudderar here, who is visiting Mrs. George F. DeBorde and Harrodsburg Fair and and JULY and 30th 31st cAug 1st 2nd NET PROCEEDS GO TO THE RED CROSS AND ARMY Y. M. C. A. FINE GROUNDS, LARGE AMPHITHEATRE, PURE ICE WATER, FINE BRASS BAND. FAMOUS RUBEN AND CHERRY SHOWS THE GREATEST CARNIVAL OF AMERICA. This great aggregation comprises Eleven of the Best Shows on the Continent hd carries a Superb Military Band. FIRST DAY, JULY 30. THIRD DAY, AUGUST 1: Sheep, Muies, Floral Hall, Exhibits, Baby 'Show, Polled Angus, Sliort Horn, and Hereford Cattle. Walking Rings, Shetland Ponies, Horses, and. Hogs, Horses,-Roadster Rings. Roadsters. SECOND DAY, JULY 31. FbURTH'DAY, AUGUST 2. Dairy Cattle, Draft Horses, d Jacks, Jennets, Saddle Horses, Poultry of all kinds, Harness Horses, Fancy Turnouts, Plantation Rings, Horses Harness Horses, Championship Rings, Roadsters, Roadsters. i Call for Catalogue at the office of The CENTRAL RECORD. Grounds adjoining. Graham Springs Hotel, and City Park, CV fill PMAW FfT Harrodsburg, Kentucky. , Five-Gaite- Central University of Great Things Born In Silence. Silence Is the element In which great things fashion themselves, to gether; that at length they may emerge, and majestic, Into the daylight of Life, which they ore thenceforth to rule. Carlyle. d FARMERS LOOK. A new lot offIeld fence just received. Fresh Beef Travels on a Rapid Schedule retail stores within a period of kets goes from stockyards lo Frh beef for dpmestic mar- about two weeks. Although chilled, this meat is not frozen; hence it cannot be stored for a rise in price: A steer is dressed usually within twenty-fohours after purchase by the packer. The beef is held in a cooler at the packing house, at a temperature a little above freezing, for about ur three days. It is then loaded into a refrigerator car where a similar temperature is maintained, and is in transit to market on an average of about six days. Upon arrival at the branch distributing house, it is unloaded into a "cooler", and placed on sale. Swift & Company requires all beef to be sold during the week of arrival, and the average of sales is within five days. t Any delay along the above , journey means deterioration in "the meat and loss to the packer. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Silent Clock. A new clock has been Invented P. Hunn,-MjguesU.of.'.Mra. A. which ls a ttlutety-silent- . It la Nancy Hunn returned home wn driven by aq electric battery, and a drop of mercury moving "from end to them, after a visit to them. In a vacuum tube to make con News was received here Saturday end tacts, replaces the usual ticking es that Prof. W. 0. Hopper, of ML Ster capement ling, had be$n seriously injured while in Indianapolis, Ind. The message No Difficulty at All. stated that he had been injured in A humorist was once getting off of a Pullman car. amusing Ins companions with n run Mrs. Herbert Reynolds left last ning fire ot punt, when one of them, a week for Waynesburg, where she will gentleman named Dunlop, defied blra spend several weeks before going tq to make a pun en his name. "Nothing iIer.n came the immediate retort. Somerset, where she will remqin, "Lop off half and It li 'Dun.'- while her husband, Herbert Reynold JI is in Uncle Sam's service. He has ..lb Cultivate enlisted I in the marines and is sta go hand Dress and al Paris' Island, S. C. tioned Is the motive In hand. Quite a little bit of commotion power that turns the wheels of sucwas caused here Saturday night by cess. Is the knowledge the cars of J, II. Hill and D. C. Lair that you can and will do whatever runnine together. Mr. Lair was you happen to undertake. If you are you cannot coming up Main street and Mr. Hill deficient In turned down the street between the export to Inspire It In others. courthouse and Christian church and Safety First ran into the Lair car which was turnA grocer who wng troubled with tho The Hill Car ed up considerably. toothache determined to have the ofu: not damaged.-- Mrs.Smith and fender extracted ; but there being no baby, who were in the car were bruis- dentist near, he resolved to do tho Job ed and terribtyr'rrigritened, but no himself; whereupon he filled the ex cavation with powder, but being afraid bones were brokin.'1 to touch It off, he put a slow match to Mrs. W. Russeil Dillion died ot her it, lighted It, and then ran around lome in the Cedar Creek section, of the to get out of the way hi3 county, Sunday night after a lin-'- t. Exchange. r '' cancer. She t.x illness dile" t6 n dciightcrbf Mrs. Issle Tucker vf Edible Seaweed.1 o is left to mourn that she is no There nre gcnweedHOrhlchijra good ace. She is nbo rurvived by htr foods. The old folk In .ItriUfli 'Uibani and four children. De- count districts will roojilf imiji tiint U ceased waa a good christian woman usofuj on the subject once thtjr, mem-- , aro Tiose Vho ind will be greatly missed not enly orleonear set llvo the sa will wrtiiltilw.ltA n the home but lu the entire neigh to utilize the food wealth tliaf It iiitVl icrhood. Interment occurred Tues nshore, though with seaweeds.. n with day. bind eotmt trouble should be A very great surprise, was receiv tnkVn beforehand to be qultu sure ed here when it was., made known about the Identification of speastens. 1 that Miss Sue Saunders and Mr. ' Heat Stains on Wood, Leonard D. Wilson had been united To remove white stains made by in wedlock's holy bonds in Louisville. Miss Saunders had only been here heat or water from varnished sur to apply ollvo faces one about a month visiting her father, nil or salt. method is half an hour, Lcuvo for Mr. W. W. Saunders, at the Coney then wipe dry with a soft cloth. AnHotel, where she met Mr Wilson other way U to wring jt cloth out of ivho has been here assisting J, L. boiling water. I'lnce on the spot for Ueazley sell pianos. Miss Saunders au Instant; remove and rub (HI dry Is a charming young lady and the with a soft dry cloth. Still another n1an of her choice should be con- way Is to use ulcohol or camphor. . &ff. fr gratulated on winning her. Mr. Apply this quicker,-Wilson during his short stay in this Plana .Playing. city lias made many friends and No liwirument hus such a vuxt sema to be a fine gentleman and a' us rich and voluminous, as (ran of bus'ness qualities. i ho ptuuo, and more people ore teaching mid studying It than uny. other No Longer Set Sstds. The'reusao that. In spile .WWttarlty; ihvru aro only few Sweet potatoes nr an example of whu: ptay;H-'v(-- ll the class of pluut.j. tus,hve .been and artistically Is propagated vegetntlvcly fnr no many that the majority of people consider generation that they rarely set seeds. pi mho playing more as a menus of The common potato Is rapidly passing aHHWMueut and u. pieasaat diversion Into the snnia class, while the banana than as a medium with which It 1 Is said to set no seeds, no matter how IMuwIble to produco the deepest feel- logs and tbe highest la art favorable toudltlons ure. s ..well-know- n 1 Bet. ter get It while you can. Cox & Ledford MANSE, KENTUCKY. HSBSBSBfiHHBVfisSHBBflHaafi '' W-w- FISK THE RIGHT TIRE Right in quality, in price and mileage, with the right policy back ofit.,Tlie dependable, automobile tire. HASEIiDEN BROTHERS. cedi tl,rub . of-Jltf Lancaster, Ky.