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NUMBER 18. ciriiimi ibi -- i mr,r ,EMAR MANY CONFERENCE DAY TO BE BIG ONE NOTED SPEAKERS ON THE PROGRAM, INCLUDING GOVERNOR STANLEY. MAJOR L CORDON SANFORD OF THE BRITISH ARMY, FOR GARRARD COUNTY. TO SPEAK, THE' HOLIDAY im lam. m- UNIVERSAL CAR - w v mmaav a aiaiaiw. aismmuM "6rM SmDm nltria f Starr fwl Elab'rate arrangements are being Kentucky Council of Defense, no admade to make August 8th, War Con- mission will be charged ni.U while no 4,r ference Day, of Garrard County, special dinner will be srvetllt(5$ ex .U'tiHuM on. and beneficial and helpful to the citizens pected that evcry-oI'rof. H. H. Cherry. "y attending this meeting will bring of our county. of Howling Green, PrcslJcnt of Pub-- 1 their dinners and spemPtt day. A licity nnd Speakers Bureau for Ken- - Brass Band from LoA'ngton will be lucky Council of Defense has charge on hand nnd Communit; Singing and of this work. He writes us today i Dther interesting feature are u part in the year. very thnt only a partial program has been of yie program, kind or Terming Implements Mr. Joe S. Haseldei bus been e- arranged for this meeting, but we ' GARAGE. and need are authorized to announce that Hon. lectcd as Chnirman of tho various to get. If you are hard DeIV II. Collins, of the Kxtension KY. Committees' and he has nsked us to LANCASTER, partment of State University, wilt be announce that ht luts appointed now. Hue, give us your in on, the program and thnt Major L, every man in Garrard County ns a Gordon Sanford, a wounded British special publicity committee to help officer and a noted and interesting . ndvertise this meeting by tellir.j' your speaker will speak some time during) neighbors add seeing that every citi- the tiny. Prof. H. II. Cherry, will . sen of Garrard County socs that it i3 Governor J his" patriotic duty to be In Lancaster also be on the program. Stanley will speak some time during next Thursday. This is a very im- . I .. - r t porlnnt meeting and it cannot be im UIV illlCKJIUUIl. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS Superintendent ,of Schools for pressed to strongly mat it is your Garrard County, Miss Higgins, will patriotic uuty to be in Lancaster that DC direct all the public schools to be daft The ministers and teachers of dismissed on August 8th and re- Garrard County are asked specially As I need tho money to meet quest the teachers with their pupils to Announce nnd advertise tli.s. meet When Yanks meet Unka then my city bills, I would be glad to attend this all day meeting. Ar- ing. While it is a holiday for Gar omes the tug of war. if those indebted to me, would rangements hava been made for nil rard, County that day and ul! schools, BaU tlaa (or please call and settle. country people bringing their lunch business houses and work of all to his home and a physician sumlludton, Huihat and Rella Arnold Francis. to serve the softie on the Graded kinas will be adjourned it is expect- - PARIS GEEEN ENDS LIFE moned. Everything known to medithnt you as a patriotic cltuon will School grounds in Lancaster. Miss ed cal science was done in an effort to Tho German "pence offensive" will Our American generals in France Eliza Smith, of Lancaster, has charge bejin Lancaster. OF A YOUNG FARMER. save the young man's life, but withnever lead to a peace offensive to the seem to be having trouble with the of tho Hie following Committees have advertisement of the meeting signals. They apparently allies. French John Hicks, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. out avail, he having died Sunday with the County Schools of the Coun- bee,n named; hours after Cole Hicks, of this county died ut his afternoon, twenty-fou- r Hungarian Diet comprehend the signal for "advance" ty. Miss Smith is in charge of the We learn hUt the CHAIRMAN' J. S. HASELDEN. without difficulty, but that for "re office of the Superintendent of Mt. Hebron roue! last taking the deadly poisoty home on the is taking atcps to improve the diet ADVERTISING COMMITTEE. Beside his parents and several treat" trouble them, and for the sub- Schools during the temporary abSunday afternoon, after intense sufof Hungary. R. L. Elkin, Joe HasclJen, J. E. Rob- fering from pnris green poisoning, brothers and sisters, he is survived sequent "hold fosition" they get Is away sence of Miss Higgins, who by his wife and two small children, inson, G. B. Swinebroad, Mr. George Now for tome hot summer weath- "counter-attack.- " Mrs. May Hughes Robinson, Mrs. R. I. Burton, Mis, which he had takenthe evening be nil of whom have the sympathy of on her vacation. er. The corn crop and the Iceman fore. The Uarfsaa soldier who after tak Noland will have charge of the musi- Robert Walker. After short both need IW Young Hicks was 22 years old and the entire community. Ing partMn' battle on tho western cal program during the day. There leaves n wife and two small children. services at the grave interment took ARRANGEMENT COMMITTEE jlTrite to your boy abroad or in a front wrote to lib mother, "Say, will be no contribution of any kind in the draft age and on ac- place in the Lancaster cemetery last cantonment heir. A soldier's letter mother dear, I never knew courage taken or solicited during the day. It Prof. P. H. Hopkins W. . Vhealor, He was count of a dependent family was Monday afternoon. was so common," has expressed the is deemed of the greatest importance L. G. Davidson, J. A. Beautey, Miss from home aro half Mi life. by the sentiment of the nation. We never to keep constantly In the minds of Eliza Ison, MK7W. B. Burcn, Mis. placed in the fourth class Why he Local Exemption Board. The people who say "sliarpnel" knew that there was so much latent the people what wc arc fighting for Rice Woods, W. F. Chump. THE KENGARLAN decided to end his life was. neve ahould be interned with those who heroism among the young fellows in in this war and why our country is COMMITTEE ON "neuralogy." known, as he refused to give his reaay wbronicaland Mr4. Mjy Hughes Nwlcnd, Mrs. J. W, the officers', the fnclories and on tho now making .the great sacrifices son, although asked several times. TO BE SOLD, of it. Sweeney, Mrs. Harry Tomlinson, Mrs. It's cheaper to pay up than to wear farms, of America. Thank Cod that It is. expected that every, roan, Hogan Ballard, Miss Helen Gill, His only reply was, tha( he had hoped leatherjind time in crossing to our vounc Americans "courage is out shoe On the last page of this issue will that the deadly poison would end his woman and child, both white and col- Messrs John Farra, F. S. Hughes. the ttreet to avoid meeting a creditor so common." life before he was asked' why he de- be found the advertisement of the ored, will assemble in Lancaster on DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE. cided to end his life. sale at auction of The Kengurlan next Thursday to attend the mass The newest tyles!.of clothing are FINE FARM TO .SELL S, Saturday afternoon he called at Hotel, on Saturday August 24th. meeting and war conference to be J. R. Moorman, S. G. Callison, H. old styles. These will continue to The United Realty Company, oft held that day. Every store and place Hudson, F. D. Palmeter, W. M. the kitchen of his home and asked Mr. Zimmer tells us that it is not his be most worn for the duration of the C. S. Ellis, J. W. Mahan, A, for a glass and spoon, saying that he intention, to leave Garrard Countj which our former countyman, O. T. of business in the county is expected Wallace, is general manager, is ad- to close from the hour of 9 o'clock W. Jackson. was going to feed his chickens, but as he has made his home here "or so If you wish something pleasant to vertising in this issue, of the Record till four P. M. instead he went to his barn and se- long that he does not consider th PROGRAM COMMITTEE. us the meditate upon remember that there the sale of that splendid farm near This meeting is strictly a .ilriotlc. J. E. Robinson, J. S. Haselden, J. R, cured a two pound box of Paris idea of leaving but some Camp dic1i Robinson, known as the will be a Fourth Liberty-Loarally called by tho National Defense Abner, J. II. Ballard,. R.IL Lcdford, Green, went to the spring near by, health of both Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer Ed Perkins fnrm, now owned by W. Committee "In Connection with the Robert L. Burton. put three tablespoonsful of the dead- is at stake they have decided to retime this fall. I ', Maynard, to be sold on Monday, ly poison in the glass, filled it with tire, from the Hotel and. restaurant Russia is going through the ;jAucus ,2th. ThU U one of the water and drank the contents to Its business and will' either buy a small , stages Qf una, ccessful cessive produev. farm. or acts of treason and violation of bitter dregs. He went immediately farm or build a little homo inLan-tatte- r Famine dopi the fooUtep. of war and. OUR NEW RATE. u WwJly located all federal laws along this line. This "to his house and making a pillow of pestilence follows famine. The fnrm cont4ljnll i81 acre8 nnd win The Kengarlan is ono of the most Beginning with this issue of the committee will be called together in his coat, laid down on the grass in hotels in Central KentucWherever there Is a Red Cross be subdivided into tracts of 25 acres Record, the subscription price will bo a shor while by the chairman and the yard of his home. In a few moments'he began vomiting and his ky und ono thnt every citno'i of hi.ir.iUal to be bombed or a hospital und up. Bead the advertisement ,$1.50 a year, payable in advance. the organization completed. is proud of und v3 certainly condition The various war conferences being wife seeing his serious ,1,1.. to be sunk the Germans will for further particulars. Several hundred of our subscribers may purchase have taken advantage of tho offer !he(l in Kentucky arc under tho con called for his father who lived near hope that whoever no fail In determined action. up U August 1, trol and direction of the Kentucky by. Upon the approach of his fa this property will maintain tho splenmade at tho SWINEBROAD SELLS 'EM. Tho eagle"of victory does not seen) Council of Defense and Garrard ther, who came immediately, young did reputation that It hui bulltup as In addition to the two farms ad and have renewed their subicriptinns, to care Twrticutarly for prching on corn field being ono of the best in the State us somv of them many years in advance. County Council of Defense will be in Hicks ran into a near-bIn this paper, Mr. Swinetls Hun banner. Perhup the dove vertisedthe real estate man, has just The Government has decreed that direct charge of the War Conference and was not found until several is evidenced by the splendid patron-ug- e broad, obliging. of peace will 1e more meeting advertised in this week's is- hours later. He was hastily carried it enjoys from the public, closed the contract for the sale of the paper shall not bo sent to subsue of the Record for August 8th. in In- another fine fnrm, containing 240 scribers on credit and after this iuue Having spent some time ho will sell on August innny thnt are still in arrears will bo spiring tho soldiers on the front, is acrcs-whidropped from our 'irt. W dislike KILLING MEN SOLE OBJECT. not about time for the kaiser to go 2 4 tli. This fnrm is located in Lin very it much to do th: but we tee! if some inspiring among coln county, near the Boyle county homo and do The battle in the line, und just five miles from Dan- you wcro not willing to rene.v at tle the inhabitants of Berlin? old rate of $1.00 a year, we have u salient has developed into a life and ville. It is known us the J. L. Butler death struggle between the opposing The government in addition to tnk-in- g farm and I n good one. At tho right to presume thut you will not armies. 'More limited objectives the over the telegraph and telephone samo time will be sold a number of pay the advance pnee. Better Mill Germans may have had in launching systems is taking control of nil physi- fine mules, about 100 hogs and num- many may have thought the paper .is well worth the nddUioim! raise and their attuck at Rhcims or for which must erous other stock. cians in the United States. It Gen. 'Focli may, have aimed in his Wutch for tho advertisement In arc willing to help out tho poor consider tho doctors as live wires. editor itt tha new rate. Wo have no counter thrust havo been submurged our next issue. doubt that many who failed to re- in a fpvater struggle, the object of Ballard's Whaat Flour, tha new, were only --negligent, but with which on each side is the destruction Ballard's corn Flour, the mad RED CROSS NOTES. you are required to come to Under the the duo warning that .ve gnvo it can of tho opposing army. ubttltut. for Wheat Flour, Ballard This interpretation of the battle sacks. my office and list your property. As Chapter not bo said, thnt wo didn't tell you so. The Garrard County Kiln Drltd Corn Maal all In Hudson, Hughe's and Farnau. chipped on July 2tith, 50 pairs of bed . Ve aro told by tho Government to was formerly presented yesterday by requested to call time is limited, you socks, 125 girls chemise, which is tho discontinue all free subscriptions and General March, Chief of Staff, In his Very Respectfully, once. conferenco with newspaper Tho stars and stripes are Indeed full quota allotted tq tho chnpter. In after this issue, such subscriptions correspondents. Whatever was thp traveling about the world. We aro addition 05 sweaters of the allot- will be dropped. original German purpose, or tho informed that every copltal of the ment of 250 were shipped on the Co. Tax er cnt and even in Interior China above date. An additional order for GARRARD COUNTY 'COUNCIL hopes that governed tho allied counter blow, ho snld it is now perfectly they float beside tho national banner. 200 hospital bed shirts has been addevident that these have been set ed to the quota. OF DEFENSE NAMED. What, is home without a mother? aside. The object of each army now This means more work for tho W: t is Washington without a Con-gr- c ladies und urgent need is sent out The Executive Board for Ken- is the other army; each Seeking to s? Until congress convenes again, for "new helpers to come to the work- tucky Council of Defense for Garrard kill ns many as possible. win will tell the president to sit up room that some part of tho work may County has been naihed by tho Stute straight and the secretary of war to bo allotted them. The members of Chairman. The following will be PATRIOTISM WITHwnsii behind his cm? the various committees are asked to tho Board: J. E. Robinson, Chninran, bo on hand. The packing committee J. W. Elmore, J. Hogan Ballard, It. OUT HESITATION. Tho president is planing to go with- Li composed fo Mrs. It. H. BaUon, II. Ledford. W. A. Whoeler, L. G. summer. out his usual vacation this If our soldier boys deliberated as fence just received. Bet; A new lot nation, Mrs. H. C. Sutton, Mrs. J. E. Rob- Davidson, J. M, Farra, U. L. F.lkin America Is n Miss and F. S. Hughes. Each member of long over doing their duty as some of end doubtless many a man could be inson; Committee on dresses, Mrs. the executive committee has charge our people at home hesitate over do get It while you boys undershirts, found who would willingly take the Joan Mount: Joe J, Walker; hospital bed shirts, of a special line of work and each ing theirs, the victory would be presidents vacation for him. MIm Kate Kinnalrd, Mrs. Bettie will be asked to organize art indepen- doubtful. It hi a sort of financial cowardice Mrs. dent committee to keep in touch witli Have you read Mr. Hsover'a rsWrt Landram; ways and means, money in of tfc food shipped- - abroad 'during John Storms; Cutting committee; the conditions of the County as may to hesitate to put your securities, United States Government tho last ftseal year? Aren't you Mrs. Wood Burnside. Mm. Ira Holtz-cla- bo required from time to' time. MIm Rachel Henry, Mr. Theo The last Legislature vested In this ai4 to deliberate over the wisdom tvrud ef (he 'tkewliHC and aren't you KENTUCKY. MANSE, potter, es- and patriotism , of the investment is glad that YOU tolled save some of Currey, Mrs. Frank Marktbury and committee considerable pecially in investigating disloyalty to hesitate In supporting our soldiers. Mrs, Fred Frisble. that 141,000,090 bwheb of wheat. fnra rwVunbw n4 ..Hr. n CONDITIONS ARE certain SUCH THAT are Take good care of your Ford. The war is reduc.ng the output of motor cars, . therefore see thnt your present Ford is kept in smooth running condition that you may get the full satisfactory1 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 onlygenuine Ford materials and mnke Ford factory prices. Let us take care of your Ford and it will serve you fine every day Interested HASELDE1N BROS. 'anything this order Conn Brothers. 111 . Z. - ICir3 Frnu. -- -- . ' i old-rat- y ch Ainse-Mnrn- e b.t btt To The Tax Payers of Garrard County: law are the at NOTICE mid-wee- k A. T. SG0TT, Commissioner r' FfRMFRS LOOK. offield ter can. t Cox & Ledford The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 1, 1918." i - Garra r d Cou nt y Held under the" auspices v. , . WAR CONFERENCE Lancaster, Ky., August 8th, of the National, Kentucky and County Councils of Defense. Get-Togeth- er The Citizens of the County are Urged to Assemble for a Great to Discuss Vital War Problems. Meeting v Instructive, Inspiring and Patriotic Programs, Built Upon the Needs and Issues of the Hour WilI be Rendered. ,' National Reputation Will Participate in the Programs. , . Speakers of State and ' lA Soldier Who Has Just Returned From o4ctive Military Service, Because of Wounds y Received on the Battlefront Will also Speak at the Conference. - No public dinners will be served but each individual or family is earnestly requested to bring dinner and spend the entire day at the War Conference, thereby getting the benefit of the entire program which will be rendered. The Schools of the County are urged to join in a united effort to make the War Conference an. active influence in the development of a N positive patriotism. No admission is charged for any of the programs. The public is earnestly urged to attend. . : i l Ml WHEN YOU NIGHT NEED Coffee Supply Assured. PROMINENTfARKANSAS man Abyssluln Is the original home of the coffee tree, and In the southern Parents Liable To Arrest If Children Are and western highlands of thut country SAYSlVIN IIEPATICA IS GREATEST there nre still immense forests of It Not Sent To School. that have never been touched. NEW SCHOOL LAW club Gasoline, Oil and Tires r ! Remember the RexGarage KINNAIRD BROTHERS, Proprietors. The following is an extract from the Compulsory Attendance Law, as amendeQ by Legislature of 1918. "The teacher at the end of each week shall report the name and age of each child between the ages of seven and fourteen yeaTsfinclusive, who fails to attend school for h. per od of three days during the week, to the subdistrict trustees. It shall be trustee the duty of the or chairman of the board To immediately investigate said cnw, and if it (s neglect or refusal on the part of the parent, guardian or other person having the custody of such child, the trustee or, chairman shall immediately report said ase to the nearest court hving jurisdiction of same, and it shall be the duty of said court to Immediately issue its warrent against the parent, guardian or other person failing to send said child to school and said court shall proceed. to try said cases as other criminal cases are tried. Any person or per-- " sons failing or refusing o comply with all or any part of this section shall be fined not less than five nor more than twenty dollars." sub-distri-ct MEDICINE THAT HE EVER SAW. concentrated Clews. For persons Interested In the study of linger prints can be highly recommended any of the best circulating NashriUe Friend of It For Weak and Ran ook novels In the public library. Iluffnlo Siw.In PapusiWbtre It Helixd Express. Condition, Ills-T- Down Stomach Trouble and ileadick Made New Man HDPMOBILE, CHANDLER, DODGE All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the Flrsf and Second issue with this bank, and who want the same converted Into bonds bearing 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. TJfe Citizens National Bank " Who'd a Thought ItT " Of Him Already, He Sajs. Iteform Is tbe work nf reason slowly nwnkenlng from the lethargy of Ignorance, gradually acquiring confidence Mr. W. M. Glevcs, Manager of not eat as I do now. In her own strength, and ultimately tri- Menesha Outing Club, Menesha Kanstronger and better in "I now-fe- el umphing over the dominion of preju- sas, says the Vin Ilepatica prescrip everyway, and nm advising my secredice and custom. tion has mado an entirely Hew man tary to take Vin Ilepatica, for it is of him. the grandest medicine I ever saw. Why the Colors Vary. "I saw in the papers", writes Mr. Am also advising my friends, and do Pure water, according to Lorjl Cleaves, "wtere it had .done so much advise everyone else suffering as I rtalelgh. Is greenish blue, whllo pure for the wife of Lieut. Long, of the did to take Vin Ilepatica, for it has alrlsMriuc, because, according to knowing made a new man of me. You can put dictum, the molecules of thn air Nashville Police Force, and are sufficiently lurgo "to retlect blue her personally, and that what she said this statement anywherejn the world was true und could be depended upon you want to, for If I can be instrurays. I went and bought two bottles of Vin mental in helping others suffering u Hvpatico. I was, I am anxious to do it." Fossil Ivory In the Arctic V MM "I hod tried everything else for my Just such letters as this come pourWhat is perhaps the most amazing stomuch trouble, Indigestion, head- ing in day after day to the Vin Ilepof all the Arctic bominzas Is thut contained In the Llakbov Islands and New aches, and run down condition, but atica laboratories, because this great Siberia. These lie In the midst of al- without any results. I was at one Vin Ilepatica prescription - Is commost eternal Ice In the north ft Si- time on the police force in Nashville, posed of eight of tho finest herbal beria Itself, and the soli Is f..l of but had to give it Up on account of remedies known to medical science. tusks ot the now extinct mammoth. my health. I am now manager of the get n bottle, and try it During the Inst century, shiploads of Menesha Outing Club, where they Come in and this fossil Ivory have been brought have everything good to eat. Hut on our recommendation, Fine Morning Walk. out nnd sold at very high prices. , R. E. McROBEUTS, Drufilit. before taking Vin Ilepatica I could The longest bridge in the world is the Lion bridge, over on arm of tbe Nature of Fatigue. Yellow sea In China. It Is nvo and a presence In the blood Fatigue Is quarter miles long, and tbe roadway of poisonous the of life comIs TO feet above water. . bustion. While we are awake the pl sons accumulate farter than the system can remove them. When we are Chinese Women Soldiers. nsleop, when tho life combustion Is China hail women soldiers long slowed down, the system removes them they were known In Itussla. faster than they accumulate. It Is the Tae l'lng rebellion, 1S.V), n well as men served In the ranks. us though ahes accumulate In a stovo OF LANCASTER. at such a rato that the flro had to be In Nanking, In 1833, an army of women was recruited. They were put out every so often to allow a divided Into brigades ot 13,000 each chance to remove them. and were commanded by woutcu A. It. DENNY, IWdent" Record of First Oubnsrlne. 3. E. STOKMKH. The subinurlne or something very 'lt t'rts t. like It appeurs to have been In exS. U UENNY. Cs.liler . Good Advice to Women. Do not be afraid to rest your feet; istence as long ago as the middle of J. L. OlLL, J. It, Harris, the sixteenth century, If we may trust Sit down at your work .whenever you - "'a; testimony of OIhus Magnus, bishop ciin J. a chair In the kitchen Is a great the prc(ate foot conscrvcr. On may walk all day of Upsala. This Rent. Deposit loag upon two feet without Injury, bat has It that such vessels were used by cannot stand perfectly still, as when pirates In ftruntlsud for the purpose WE SOLICIT YOUU BUSINESS. paring the dinner vegetable Ironing of "making great holes In passing mer. the small pieces, etc., for a quarter of chant vessels." He asserts Hint the G. II. Swinebroad, J. E. Alex K. Denny, J. H. Posey, an hour without a crippling degree of bad seen two of them exhibited In the Stormes, 3. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr, Wf M. Elliott, Directors. fatigue, a ad a risk of serious Injury to western porch of the cathedral of Si. A sloe. the feet Chicago Dally News. New-ton's THE NATIONAL BANK , 500,-00- 0 Capital $50,000 Surplus $3();000. Safety Boxes For - The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 1, 1918. SYNOPSIS. 4 M th of the CHAIT8R rtf sinking of th Luajtanfa by a German ubmarln. Arthur Uuy 8mpy, an Aratrt-f.City 1hm hi otrVea.ln ho onHita In and oe to Hndand wher th BrltUh arinr. CHAPTER IlA(tr a nerlod nf train. I nr. Kmtur voluaMMra for Imme4!ata rv. nn1 Mmlf In In and aoon In Krone." wriermlnoblllito I "aomewher drat make th arquajnunco of tliaerer-crte- . Jry t n, nt "cootlee." CIIAPTKU attend hi firat church aenrkwa at th front whll a tier- -, man Jrokkr circle ottr th conireratlon. ClfAPTRR IV EmMr'a command roe Into tho frent.lln trenche and la under nr lor tn nri umi, CHAPTER V Emney learne tr adost th motto of tho llrtlah Tommy. "If rou aro rolnc to tret It, you'll get It, ao never worry. In rest LHIt. Km- CIIAITRR HI-Em- ney pey set lit firat eiDerlenc a a mcaa orderly. CHAPTER VII-Klearns how th Brlllah eoldiers aro reo. In th front-ll- n CHAPTER VIH-IU- ek hi flraV friend of th trench, Kmp? co Wet." tranche pey make Ma flrat CHAITKR Vlatt to a dugout in ouiciae uiun Uam what con. CHAPTER S0 CHAPTER XI-E"ovr th top" for th firat tlm In a chars on th auu a nuunuw vj UcraiaQ irencn VI-B- ack trncn. tltute a "dar'a work" In tho tront-i- commanaer. rllllTpn VVII Rmiwvhaa narrow cap whll on patrol duty In No Man'a Land. In reat Mllta CHAPTER XVHI-na- ek Emper wrr.ca ana mp a rare corneal, har many CHAPTER way to amua thmelve whll "on their own." Yoluntwrs for CHAPTER XX-Emachtn run aarvlc and roe back Into in rrom-iiirencnv. py again go CHAPTER "OTr th top" tn a charr whlcn coal mi comoany II killed and II wounded. with a machln CHAPTER XXH-Tr- lck XIX-floldlra n XXI-Em- Jolna tho 'ml. CHAPTER Xtl-E- mp eld club aa in DOtntin aquaa lecaoeu. Tommy ctta an CHAPTER XIII-Ea- ch offlcUl bath. helps dig an CHAPTER XIV-Em- py advanced trencn.unaer uerroaa ura. "listening post" In CHAITER XV-- On No Man'a Land. artillerymen "put CHAPTER XVI-T- wo on orr" on Old Poppr, their regimental baronet thruat. Atwtll wnn a ewi cuiiiuituion nod very enfertnlnlnir. lie hint nn titter caatempt for dnnuor, tint wn not At swrnrlng tin wnn n wonder. A carnlry roflmpnt wnulil linrc leen proud nf Mm. Tlmusli born In Kag- anil, li liml pont aoTornl yenra In NeW York, lie vn nlmut Rlx feet one nriil nn atrnnic nn nn nx. We took up our quarter In n litres dugout of the rornl rnRlneorn, nml itinpped out our fuluru nctlonn. Till dii sou t wn on tliu ciUo nf n Inreo ccinili'rr, nnd Vcrnl tlmr'.nt nlRht In rrlurnlnjc to It, wo got mnhy n full tnmhllng oyer the grnvefl of IIiikIIbIi, French nnd Hermans. Atwcll on tlit-xoernaltmii never Indulged In "wearing though at nny other time, nt the lenxt sttimtile, lie would turn the nlr lilue. A certain section of nur trenches was held hy tho Itnynl Irish rlltes. Kor several days a very strmie rumor went the rounds Hint n (Jerman spy was In o'ur midst. This spy ns supposed to he dro'sed In the uniform of Ilrltlsh staff olflcer. Several stories hud heen told nbout an olllcer wearing a red band nround his enp, who patrolled tho frontdloa and communication trenches asking suspicious questions as to luca einpluce- tlon nf batteries, innchlne-gu- n incuts, nnd trench inorlnrs. If a shell dropped In a battery, on n machine gun or even near n dugout, this spy was blnmed. The rumor gained such strength that an order was Issued for ull troop to Immediately place under nrrest anyone answering to the description of the fool-lunle 11 . was heldlnc making a notation In a little book. When be had finished writing, he whispered : "flo Into that billet and wait orders, and no talking. Understand)" I stumbled Into the barn nnd sat on the floor In the darkness, I could seo no oof, but could hear men breathing nnd moving; they seemed nervous and restless. I know I was. During my wait, three other men entered. Then the olllcer poked his head In the door nnd ordered: "rail In, outside the billet. In slnglo rank." We. fell In, standing at ense. Then he commanded: "Squad 'Shun I Number!" There wero twelve of us. "Itlght Turn I Left Wheetl Quick March I" And nwoy we went. The rain was trickling down my back nnd I was shivering from the cold. With tho officer (ending, we must have marched over an hour, plowing through tho mud nnd occasionally stumbling Into a shell hole In the road, ' Se'?'eaeaWBs5 BaaafaeaVjfaaBau2rr eawTaaTr 4eBstfaSXVea79eaa)9"avlraBBH 3?VKaBMflB flVJBy spy. run auencea on ceded by caa wave, la repuueo. la forced, to CHAPTER XXIV-Emp- ey an Wecuttan aa a mimMt rear. tak part In aquaa. V snluted ns the genernl passed tis. of th firing crenar for ah ritAPTni thxxv-nrltl-battl of lb rJomme. The Irishman hnd n brond grin nn his th 111 Puah-a trench raid, fuce nnd we could scarcely believe our CHAPTER XXVI-- In tha 1i!r I'uart. Emney le dea. eyes the genernl was tinder nrrest. perately wounded and Ilea unconacloua In After pasting u few feet beyond us, the No Man'a I.and for M hour. four month! Kotieral turned, and said tn a wrathful CHAPTER XXVII-Af- ter voice, to Atwell : In a'Urltlah hotpltaJ. Einpey la discharged aa 'Tbyeicauy unm lor turuicr war pct' "Tell this d n fool who I am. He's Ic." nrrotcl me as n spy." CHAPTER Doincreom an XXHI-aarm- 'nu. pr. attack, Atwelt nnd Ivwerc on the qui vlve We rontmitly patrolled the trenches nt night, nnd even In the day, but the spy nlways eluded us. One day while In a communication trench, we were horrified to see nur brigadier general. Old Pepper, being brought down It by u big private of Hie Iloyal Irish rifles. The genernl wni walking In front, nnd the private with fixed bnyonet was following In the fckJwHaaaaBaall eseKesrit vrk3 JPrRsa&vfT Burled With Honors. when suddenly the olllcer made a left wheel, nnd we found ourselves in a sort of enclosed courtyard. The dawn was breaking nnd the rain had ceased. ' In front of us were four stneks of rllles. Hi rep to n stack. Tilt; olllcer brought us to nttentlon nml gnve the order to unpllc arms. We each took a rllte. Giving us "Stand nt ease," In a nervous and shaky voice, he Informed: "Men, you are hero on n very solemn duty. You lisvo been selected ns n firing squad for the execution of n soldier, who,, having been found guilty of a grievous crime against king aud country, has been regularly nnd duly tried nnd sentenced to be shot at 3:2S n, m. this date. This sentence has been approved by tho reviewing nuthorlty nnd ordered carried out. It Is our duty tn carry on with the-- senteuce of the court. "There are twelve rllles, one of which contains a blank cartridge, the other eleven containing ball cartridges. Every roan Is expected to do his duty and fire to kill. Take your orders from me. Squad 'Shn 1" We came to attention. Then he left. My heSrt was of lead and tny knees shook. After "stnndlng nt "attention" for what seemed a week though In reality It could not have been over five minutes, we heartra low whispering In our rear and footsteps on the stone flagging of the courtyard. Our olllcer reappeared nnd In a low," but Arm voire, ordered: "About Turn 1" Wo turned about. In the grny light of dawn, u few yards In front of me, I could make out n brick wall. Agutnt tills wull was h dark form with u white square pinned on Its breast. We were supposed to aim at this square. To the right of the form I noticed u white spot ou the wall. This would be my target. Ttendyl Aim I Ftrel" The dark form sank Into a huddled heap, Jly bullet sped on Its way, aud hit tho whitish tpot on the wall; I could see the splinters fly. Some one else had received tho rlllo contulnlng the blank cartridge, but my mind wus tit ease, there was no blood of a Tommy un my hands. "Order Arms I About Turn I Pile Arms I Stand Clear," The stacks were "Quick Wheel I" Murch I Itlght And f left the fceene of execution behind us. It was now daylight. After marching nbouf live mluutcs, we weru dismissed with tho following Instructions from the olllcer In command: "Iteturn, alone, to your respective companies, and remember, no talking nbout this tiffulr, or else It will go hard wllh"tho guilty ones." Wo needed 'no urging to get a way. 1 did not recognize nny of the men on the tiring squud ; even the olllcer wns a btrunger to me. The victim's relations and friends In Illlghty will never know' thut ho was executed; they will be under the Impression that he died doing his bit for king und country. In the public caiualty lists bis, namq will appear under the caption "Accidentally Killed." or "Died." The dux. after the execution I received orders to report buck to the Hue, und bj keep a Mill tonguo In my head. Executions are a pbrt of the day's work, but the part we hated most of U, I think certainly the saddent. The BrUUb war department Is thought by msy people to be composed of rigid rsfttUtlgns all wound around with red "Over the Top" By An Awrlcu Soldier Who Wef ' UY ENPEY ARTHUR Mtthtm Gunntt Sitting In Franc (Oeerrtaat, mi. r Anker gay Continued from last week. CARDS. Office at ltalney'i Livery Stable. " Kentucky Lancaster, mmmmmmmmmmmmmM m wm Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ml mm .U - A. Beaziev DIRECTOR' Onice Over National Uarlc. KeilJence J'hone 3. Ofllce 1'hone 27 LANCASTEIt. KV. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Atwell was speechless. Tho sentry butted In wlllt: "Xone o' that gassln' out ' yon. Hack to headquarters you goes, Mr. Krltz. Open that face'o' yours ngnln. nn' I'll dent In your nappe r with the butt o' rue rltle." The general's face was n sight to behold. He was fairly boiling over with rage, but he shut tin, Atwell tried to gel In front of the sentry to explain to him that It really n tho general he had under nrrest, but the sentry threatened to run his bayonet through Idin, nnd would have done It. too. Ko Atwell stepped aside. nnd remained silent. I was nearly bursting with suppressed laughter. One wonl, nnd I would have exploded. It Is not exactly diplomatic to laugh nt your general In such n predicament. The sentry nnd his prisoner arrived nt brigade headquarters with dims-trou- s results to the sentry. The Joke was that the general had personally Issued the order for the spy's arrest. It was n habit of the general to walk throuSh the trenches on rounds of Inspection, unattended by ouy of his staff. The Irishman, being' new It; the regiment, bad never seen tho general before, so when he enme across him alone In a communlcntlon trench, he promptly put him under arrest. Ilrlgadler generals wear n red ' band around their caps. Next day we passed the Irishman tied to the wheel of n Umber, tho be ginning of his sentence of twenty-on- e days. Held punlihment No. 1. Never before have I seen such a woebegone expression ou n man's fuce. For several days, Atwell nnd I made ourselves scarce nround brigade headquarters. We did not waut to meet the general. The spy was never cuugut. CHAPTER XXIV. A fetv days The Firing Squsd.j later I hud orders to re port back tp divisional headquarters. nuout thirty kilos beiiinu the Hue. i reH)rted to tlm A. I. M, (assistant provost tunrkbul). lie told mo to report to billet No. 78 for quurtcrs and rations. VETERINARIAN. It was nbout eight o'clock nt night. Call Aniwarad Promptly Day or nuu i wns urea ana soon rcu uaieep in tho straw of the billet. It was n mis Night. Phone 317. erable night outside, cold, nnd u drizzly KENTUCKY. rain was falling. LANCASTER.; About two In the morning I was awakened by some tins shaking mo by tha shoulder. Opening my eyes I saw a regimental sergeant major bending over me. He had n lighted lantern In his right hand. I (started to uik him whnt was the matter, when ho put his Fine Cut Flowers. finger tb his lips for silence mid whispered i M. 'Get on your equipment, and, with out nny noise, co,nie with rae," This greatly mystified me, but I obeyed his order. W. A. WHEELER Outside of the billet, I nsked him what was up, but he shut mo up wltlt: DENTIST 'Don't ask questions. It's ugulust or - - KENTUCKY. ders. I Uoit't know.myself.H LANCASTER, It was rajnlug like the mischief. Office over Stermri Drug Store. Wo sphuhed along a muddy road for about fifteen minutes, finally stopping -4 Hour. a.ren p.m. at the entruueo of what must hnve been-mold barn. BOOKKEEPING couldi hear piss gruntlug, darkness, I as If they aViataM.PIwtertBtiy TYr'Ew'RlTlNOind hud just been disturbed. In front of nu in a mack TELEGRAPHY the door stood The oJMrer 51. went' up (macklntpaa), It. S. to him. whispered something, und then im KrciHM it. a riAat hu vt.n f left. Tills officer called to me, uskwi ray name, number aud reglmeut, at tb MBi time, la the light of a Utatera ke Paint Liok, Dr. Printus Walker , Honaker John McRoberts. B-- 1- 7::W-9p.- m. In-th- !- Ilat It has a heart, and one of the evidences of this Is the considerate way In which nn execution Is conceated and reported to the relative of the unfortunate man. They never know the truth. He Is listed In the bulletins as among the "accidentally killed." In the Inst ten years I have several times read storlei In magazines of cowards changing, In a .charge, to he anc. I used to laugh at it. It seemed easy for but I said, "Men aren't made that woy.V llut over in France I (earned once that the streak nf yellow can turn all white. I Tdcked up the story, bit hy bit, from the captain of Vie company, the sentries who guarded the oor fellow, ns well aa from tny own observations. At first I did not realize Ihe whole of his story, but nfter n week of Investigation It stood out as clear In tny mind ns the) mountains of my native West in tlie spring sunshine. It Impressed the so much that I wrote It all down In rest billets on scraps of odd pnper. The Incidents are, ns I say, every btt true; the feelings of tho man are true I know from all I underwent In tho fighting over In France. We will cnll him Albert Lloyd, That wasn't his name, but It "III do: Albert Lloyd was what tlie world terms a coward. In London they called hint a slacker. Ills country had been at war nearly eighteen months, and still he was not In khaki. He had no good reason for not en listing, being nlone In the worle), hav Ing been educated In nn orphan usy lum, and there being no one dependent upon him for support. He had no good position to lose, nnd there was no sweetheart to tell him with her Hps to go, while her eyes pleaded for hint to stay. Every time he saw a recruiting ser geant bed slink nround the corner out of sight, with a terrible fear gnawing nt his heart. When passing the big re cruiting posters, nnd on bis why to business nnd bnck he passed many, he would pull down his cap and look the other way from that awful finger pointing nt him, under the caption. "Your King nnd Country Need You;' or the boring eyes of Kitchener, which bumed Into Ids very soul, causing hlin to shudder. Then the Zeppelin raids during them, he used to crouch In n corner of celiac, whimpering his bonrillug-hbuilike a whipped puppy nnd calling upon the Lord to protect him. Even his landlady despised him, al though she had to admit that he was "good pay." He very seldom read the papers, but one momentous morning tho landlady put the morning pnper tU bis place be- lore lie came uown to nreuitiasi. ihk Ing his seat he read the flaring headline, "Conscription Bill Passed," and nearly fainted. Excusing himself, he stumbled upstairs to his bedroom. with the horror of It gnawing Into his vitals. Having saved up a few pounds, he decided not to leave the house, nnd to sham sickness, so he stayed In his room and had the landlady serve bis meal's there. Every time there was a knock at the door he trembled all over, Imagining It was a policeman who bad come to take htm away to the army. One morning his fears were realized. Sure enough, there stood a policeman with the fatal paper. Taking it In his trembling hand he read that he, Albert Lloyd, wns ordered to report himself to the nearest recruiting station for physical examination. He reported Immediately, because he was afraid to disobey. The doctor looked with approval upon Lloyd's six feet of physical perfection, and thought what a line guardsman he would make, but examined his heart twice before he passed him us "physically lit ;" it was beating so fust. From the recruiting depot Lloyd was taken, with many others. In charge of a sergeant, to tho training depot at Al- dershot, where he was given an outfit of khaki, and drew his other equipkoldler, ment. He made n except for the slight shrinking In his khoulders and the hunted look In his eyes. At tho training depot It dot's not take loug to Dud out n man's character, und Lloyd was promptly dubbedJ "windy." In tho English army "windy ' means cowardly, The smallest recruit in the barracks looked on him with contempt, nnd was not slow to show It In many ways. Lloyd was a good soldier, learned quickly, obeyed every order promptly, never groused at the hurdest fatigues. He wus uf raid to. Hu lived In deadly fear of the olllcers and "uoticuuis" over blm. They ulso despised hliu. One morniQg about three thonths after his enlistment Lloyd's company was paraded, nnd the names picked out for the next draft to France were read. When his" name was culled, he did not step out smartly, two paces to the front, und unswer cheerfully, "Here, sir," us the others did. He Just faint; ed In tho ranks und wus curried to barracks amlA the tneers ot the rest. That night was nn ugony of misery to him. He cod not sleep. Jutl cried und vhlmpet(lgj bis buuk, because ou tlu morrow" Ofe draft was to sail for France, where he would seo death on all sides, and perhaps bo killed him-stlOn the steumer, crossing the channel, ho would have jumped over board to escape, but was 'afraid of drowning. Arriving III France, he and the rest were huddled Into cattle cars. On the side ot each appeared ta white letters, "HoaiRies 40, Cbevaux 8," After hours of humping over the Wte)ven French roadbeds they arrived at the t raising base ot Itouea. At this place they were put through a week's rigid trulalag la tre&fc waft story-writere g f. fp fare. On Ihe morning ot the eighth day they paraded at ten o'clock, nnd were Inspected nnd passed by Oencrnl H , then were marched to the quartermaster's; to draw their gas helmets nnd trench equipment. At four In the afternoon they were ngnln hustled Into cattle cars. This time the Journey lasted two days. Theydlsembnrked at the town of nnd could hear a distant dull lioomln?. With knees shaking, Lloyd nsked the sergeant what the noise was, and nearly dropped when Ihe sergeant replied In n somewhat bored tone: "Oh, them's the guns tip the line. We'lbo up thcro In a couplo o' days or so. Don't worry, my laddie, you'll see more of"'em than you want before jou get 'omo to Illlghty again, that Is", If you're lucky enough to get back. Now lend a hand there unloadln' them cars, and quit that cverlastln' shakln'. 1 believe yer senjed." The last with n contemptuous sneer. They marched ten kilos, full pack, to a little dilapidated village, nnd tho sound of the guns grew louder, constantly louder. The village was full of soldiers who turned out to Inspect tlie new draft, I the men who were shortly to be their mates in the trenches, for they were going "up tho line" on the morrow, to "take over" their certain sector ot Fro-Ve- nt hounds, he dncked Into this hole, and threw himself nn a pile of old empty snndbngs, wet nnd mildewed. Then 3 In front of bnttnllon headquarters and the men were to companies. Lloyd wns th-- j only man aslgned to D company. Perhaps the officer In charge ot the draft had something to do with it, for he culled Lloyd nside and said: "Lloyd, you aro going to ri new company. No one knows you. Your bed will be as you make It, so for God's snke, brace up and be n man. I think you have the stuff In you, my boy, so good-band the best of luck to you." The next day the bnttallon took over (heir part of the trenches. It happened to be n very quiet day. The nrtlllery behind the lines was still, excepUfor nn occasional shell sent over to let. the Gennans know the gunners were not , nsleep. In the darkness. In single file, the company slowly wended their way down the communication trench to the front line. No ono noticed Lloyd's white aud drawn fuce. After they had relieved the company In the trenches, Lloyd, with two of the old company men, was put on guard In one of the traverses. Not a shot was fired from the German lines, and no to him one paid any attention crouched on tiic firing step. On the first time In, a new recruit Is not required to stand with his head "over the top." He only "sit? It out," while the older men keep watch, At about ten o'clock, all of n sudden, he thought hell had broken loose, and crouched and shivered up against tho parapet. Shells started bursting, as he Imagined, right In their trench, when in fact they were landing about a hundred yards In rear of them, In the second lines. One ot the older men on to his mate, said: d "There goes Fritz with those d trench mortars again. It's nbout time our artillery 'taped' them, and sent over a few. Well, I'll be d d, where's that blighter ot a draft man gone tat There's his rifle leaning ngalnst the parapet He must have legged It. Just keep your eye peeled, sergeant. Dick, while I report It I wonder If the fool knows he can be shot for such tricks as fcavln' bis post?" Lloyd hnd gone. When the trench mortars opened up, a maddening terror seized him and he wanted to run, to get away from that horrible din, anywhere to safety. So quietly sneaking around the traverse, be came to the entrance of n communication trench, nnd ran madly and blindly down It, running Into traverses, stumbling Into muddy holes, and failing full length over trench grids. Groping blindly, with his arms stretched out In front of him, he nt last ;atue out of the trench Into the village, or whnf used to be a village, before the German artillery razed It. Mixed with his fear, he had a peculiar sort ot cunning, which whispered to him to avoid all sentries, because it they saw him he would be sent back to that awful destruction In the front Hue, und perhaps be killed or m&lmed. The thought made him shudder, the cold sweat coming out In beadsscn his face. On his left, In the darkness, he could make out the shadowy forms of trees; crawling on bis hands and knees, stopping and crouching with fear at each he finally reached, an old orchard nnd cowered at the baso ot a apple tree. He remained thcro all night, listening to the. sound ot the guns nnd ever praying, praying that his useless life would bo spared. As dawn began to break, he could discern little dark objects protruding from the ground all about him. Curi osity mastered his fear and he crawled to ono ot the objects, and there, In the uncertain light, he read on a little wooden cross: "Pte. II. S. Whenton, No. 1070, 1st Loudon Itegt. It. F. Killed In action. April 23, 1010. It, L P." (Itest In Peace), When It dawned on him that ho had been hiding all night to a cemetery Ids rcasou seemed to leave him, aud a wad desire to be free from It all made him ruth madly away, falling ever little wsoden crosses, smashing mmm a&d trHHag others under his feet. la bis flight he eaate to M old Preset! dugout, halt caved la tteel par-talfilled with BUuy and AMy wa guard,-turninto-t- he shell-bursd ly trendies. Tlie draft wns paraded On the next day, he came to; ttr distant voices sounded Jn his ears. Opening his eyes. In the entranco of the dugout he saw a corporal and two men with fixed bayonets. The corporal was addressing him : bllghtcrt d "Get up, you Curse you nnd the day you eter Joined D company, spoiling their fine record I It'll be you up ngnmst the wall, and n good Job too. Get hold of him, men, and If he makes n break, glvo him the bayonet, nnd send it home, the cowardly- sneak. Come on, you, more, we've been looking for you long enough." Lloyd, trembling nnd weakened by his long fast, tottered out, assisted by a soldier on each side of blm. They took him before the captain, but could get nothing out of him but: "For God's sake, sir, "Jlon't hnvo me shot, don't have me shot!" The captain, utterly disgusted with him, sent him under escort to division headquarters for trial by charged with desertion tinder fire. They shoot deserters In France. During his trial, Lloyd sat as ono dazed, and could put nothing forward In his defense, only an occasional "Don't have me shot I" His sentence was passed: "To be shot ut 3:38 o'clock In the morning of May 18. 1010." This meant that he hnd only one mor day to live. He did not reallzo the awfuHiess nf his sentence; his brnln seemed paralyzed. He knew uolhlug of his trip, under guard, In n motor lorry to tho rondbagged guardroom In tho village, where he wns dumped on the floor and left, while n sentry with n fixed bayonet paced up ond down In front of the entrance. Uully beef, water nnd biscuits were left beside blrq for his supper. The sentry, seeing that 'lie ate nothing, enmo inside nnd shook him by the saying In a kind voice: "Chccro, lnddle, better cat Something. You'll feel better. Don't give up hope.v You'll be pardoned before morning. I know the way they run these things. They'ro only trying to scare you, that's all. Come now, that's a good lad, eat something. It'll make tho world look different to you." sentry knew he The wns lying nbout the pardon. He knew nothing short of n miracle could save the poor lad. Lloyd listened eagerly to his sentry's words, and believed them. A look of hope came Into his eyes, nnd he ravenously ntc the meal beside him. In about an hour's time, the chaplain came to see him, but Lloyd would nave none ot mm. lie wanted no parson ; he wns to be pardoned. The artillery behind the lines suddenly opened up with everything they had. An Intense bombardment ot the enemy's lines had commenced. The roar of the guns war deafening. Lloyd's fears camo back with a rush, and he cowered aon the earthen floor ' with his hands over his face. The sentry, seeing his nosltioncame In and tried to cheer him by talking to him: "Never mind them guns, boy, they won't hurt you. They nre ours. Wo are giving the Boches a dose of their whlte-Ilvcrccourt-martia- l, good-hearte- 1 t'lSHealBBeaSeaCSdfi jjiggMfri FJMM ' BferSai'B 'iSeSeaal tfeMHaaaar' &JaVr 'JeBVInVSeBeBaBeBBH HBaaMefaBaBVaBSaH SVlafllaCaBwaBBEaBaa He Betrayed His Country. ter. Like a fax tug ohmi b own medicine. Our boya are going over the top at dnwn ot tho morning to take their trendies. We'll give 'eat a taste of cold steel with their sausages and beer. You Just Bit tight now until they relieve you. I'll have to go now, lad. as It's nearly time for my relief, and I don't want thtm to see rae with you. So long, laddie, cheero," With this, tho sentry resumed the pacing ot his post. In about tea minutes' time he was relieved, aud a D company man took his place. LooklBtT lato the guardhouse, the seatry noticed the cowering attitude ot Lloyd, and, with a sneer, said to blm: "Instead of whimpering In that corner, you ought to bo saying your pray-erIt's bally conscripts like you what's sfollln' our record,. We've been out here nigh Wto elghteea monthi, and you're the first man to desert his ta laughta tba Dt. The wbele battaUea WEEK,) (CONTINUED NEXT a. t The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 1, 1918. Weekly War News Digest Stories ef Activities and Condition Throughout the United States and on the Battle Fronts, from Washington, D, C. Students Warned Not to Durn Oil. The supply of kerosene ohert next winter and the ment is urging every user part townrd making every do full war duty by gtving ..ii Mid-.nig- ht will run Govern- to do his gallon to fiu.( a forth its cw ing can be accomplished, It is said; V7 . only if care is given lamps, lanterns, y citizens bringing her .the heaters and stoves w fntth 'rom ",c ?" ,nml: Th director of oil conservation of . be8,t and strength will leap in the hearts the United States FuelAdministration saving: of those peoples fighting in Europe issues these rules, for fuel-oagainst nutocracy nnd terrorism, country. ' Keep KT1 lamps and lanterns clean. when they learn the tiding of this In Let the light out; don't confine it be"Hereafter ho npplicnnt under the dependence Day on which their for registration nge will be accepted or hind' smoked and dirty chimneys. mcr countrymen so overwhelmingly enlisted See thnt burners nnd wicks of nil until he has proven to the reaffirm the pledge of America to the complete satisfaction of the recruit oil burning devices are clean. Clenn oppressed of the world." ing officer that he has reached the burners require less oil nnd give bet I WILL ON THE ABOVE DATE, AT 10i30 A.M.,DECEASED,DIVIDED INTO FOUR TRACTS Movie Pictures Sending Labor to the age of .18 years. The proof required ter lights. LIMITS OF HARRODSBURC. MERCER COUNTY, KY., ON DANVILLE TURNPIKEt SELL TO Farnfa. will be (a) birth certificate, baptismal Don't allow n lamp, lantern, heater or stove to burn n minute longer than Nearly every motion-pictur- e thea record, or school certificate, or, In THE HIGHEST BIDDER THE FARM OF LEE RIKER, AT HIS LATE RESIDENCE, ONE MILE FROM is necessary. Don't light one you ter in the country is enlisted In the case (a) is not available, (b) affidav SCRIBED AS FOLLOWSi can do without. campaign of the United States Em- it of parent or guardian with legal Don't use coal oil for cleaning ployment Service of the Department evidence of gunrdianshlp." TRACT NO. 1. TRACT NO. 3. purposes. Hot water will do the work of Labor to supply labor lo the The Unite'd States will be short of 10S.91 ACRES fronting mile on S10.9O.ACRES fronting nearly one mile on Allies Now Have Bombing Planes farms. The estimated total patron potash next year. Estimates for Danville pike (one of tho finest roads In the gaod county road. Large frnmo dwolllng with age of these theaters is about 1918 show nn available supply of State.) Handsomo frame residence with ten Working In Spuadrons. eight reoms, two hulls, two porches. Pino gard60,000,000 persons. about COO, 000 tons of pott.sh salts, rooms, four halls, thrco porches, large cellar. There were no ncrinl bombing or Eleven of the largest motion-pi- c or only nbout half of the mcrclnl fer en, yard nnd shade trees. Fine large stock Fine garden, large yard with plenty of shade ganizations in the allied flying corps hire manufacturers are tilizer concerns must benr the brunt trees. Large barn, silo, corn crib, ice houne, burn, sheep barn, com cribs, ire house and othduring tho first year of the war. Prac with the Form Service Division in of tho shortage. dairy and other necessary Also er necMenry Well watered by tically all the work In the air was in its drive for maximum food produc The Food Administration Gruin one four room tenant house. Cistern at main . the nature of observation. No pilots tion. These film producers nre re twe wells, cistern, spring nnd huge pond fed Corporation, organized to carry out dwelling nnd barn. Evcrlnstlug spring and two rould be spared for anything else, leasing to by everlasting springs. their subscribers tho the Government prices guaranty to wells on tract Today probably25 per cent of the theaters. moving picture "trail the producer, had n turnover during TRACT NO. 4. aerial arms aro bombing squadrons ors," calling on all those whu pusflhly TRACT NO. 2. the year In wheat, flour, beans and of 12 machines per squadron. 73.83 AGRKS fronting mile on 1C5.82 ACHES fronting mile on councan do so to volunteer with the Km other products purchased for inter The first bombing was done by vol- ployment Service for harvest work ty road. No improvements except good fencDanvillo pike. Two four room tenant houses. nal nnd allied army and navy purunteer pilots who flew over the ing. Watered by pond umP springs. nnd other forms' of emergency farm poses of about $450,000,000. Several It lias Two small burns, two large tobacco barns, two lines and dropped three or four labor. splendid building sites. stripping rooms. Watered by three springe a small surplus ns a result of its trad bombs, made from artillery shells, rodK kqlieueArcb Three sample trailers, each about The capital stock and pond. on concentration camps, and canton 25feet long nnd running on the screen ing operations. of $50,000,000, all Government held EVERYONE OF THESE TRACTS ARE WELL WATERED, FENCED AND IN HIGH STATE OF ments. Showers of small steel ar- for about one minute,- arc sent to rows were spilled sometimes on con- each film manufacturing company has been increased to $160,000,000 CULTIVATION, HAVING BEEN MOSTLY IN GRASS FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS. WILL PRODUCE In view of the expected large harvest voys, troop trains, and bodies of weekly, the company selecting one FINE TOBACCO, CORN, WHEAT, HEMP, OR ANY OTHER CROPS RAISED IN THIS BLUEGRASS massed men. The Germans began to go with its current releases. this year. SECTION OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY. TRACTS NO. 1 AND NO. 2 WILL BE SOLD SEPARATELY (fay bombing of cities in 1015, and Through their national association AND THEN AS A WHOLE.. .TRACTS NO.3 AND NO. 4 WILL BE SOLD SEPARATELY. the allies bombarded Karlsruhe in re the manufacturers work as n unit in BRACE DP! prisal later in the same year. Since distributing tho trailers, releasing TERMS VERY REASONABLE AND WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DATE OF SALE. Do you feel old before your time? then evolution in organized bombing them among their subscribers so there G. M. Carr who is on the property will take pleasure in showing any or all of these farms to any pros- -' Is your back bent and stiff? Do you developed rapidly and the French be- can be no overlapping. urinary disorders? suffer Don't pective buyer, and wo solicit and invite all who arc contemplating buying, n farm to sec. these bargains. For gan night bombing, but this was not further Information arfd blue prints call at the First National Bank, Harrodsburg, Ky., C. K. Rankin, liar-undertaken by the Germans until Coolest Place In Refrigerator. Not dlsparc profit by Lancaster experrodsburg, Ky., or write tho undersigned at Evans Building, Washington, D. C. iences. Lancaster people recommend August 1910. Closest to Ice. Doan's Kidney. Pills. At the present time large groups, 'Many housewives hnve learned Here's a Lancaster resident's including several squadrons of bomb- from sad experiences in loss of pering machines go over the lines front ishable foods that next to the ice is statement. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St, time to time nnd completely bestroy not the coldest place in the home resuffered- - with 'my back their objective, be it a city or a camp frigerator. To the housewife who fuys:-t-- l a column of troops, or a trench sys- has not'hnd tills experience the Food nd couldn't sleep well at night 'JjOHM I. VAN ARSDAI.e7 Auctioneer. XECUTOR. on account of the terrible aching. tem. Unfortunately the allies' air Administrator gives this advice: My back was so painful and weak, I forces have to travel for many miles "Many put their butter and milk ever hostile territory defended by right next to the ice because they couldn't get up and do, any house Too Much Education. Full Measure. Birds In England. guns to attack German think this is the coldest place, but, work at all. I was told of Doan's "Some men." said Uncle Kben, "gits Bobby "Uncle, couldn't n fellow It Is n curious fact Unit of the 2G0 cities, while the enemy can attack as a matter of fact, the coldest place Kidney Pills and got a box. They sorts of MrCj found. In Great Britain so educated that dey seems to pay more hnve a nice Sunday dinner If he was French cities by flying only a short is at the bottom of the refrigerator. gave me great relief from the very only 140 aro residents all the year attention to how dey's cxprowlu' dclr-e'f- s us hungry M me and roomy as your dan to whut dry's sayln'." (Statement given March round. lily's Life. . distance beyond the allied lines. Hot air rises, and air that is not be- first" The allies are developing large ing constantly purified by circulation 20th, 1908). STILL PRAISES DOAN'S. bombing planes which carry sufficient around the blocks of ice soon are un Quality of Truth. Little Things That Count Must Remain Awake. On On November 18th, 1910, A faur tnnra amlli i e ran III ppnurntm '.mil llh..nil In nf admit tvm. fuel for long excursions and arma- fit to come into contact with the "Importunity knocks at every man's Mrs. Pumphrey said: "I still rec- pnthy, n few more tender words, a lit- -' our views, without brine; loose and la ti door," sold ment to protect them when they arc food. When the wnrm air in the Cad Eben; If you ommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for tle more restraint of temper, may tudlnarlun. Truth Is msuy-aldeand Jos' sits down an' lutein, "bat liable attacked by fighting airplanes. Bomb yeu's rises it carries with it im- mnko all the difference between hap- no dogmatic system contains It all. to drap off to sleep on not notice It" ing squadrons arc escorted usually puri.iea and moisture which are ab- they nre the best kidney medicine .1 piness and to those I Hyjance. aver. the lines by fast fighting squad- sorbed from the surface of the food, have ever used. I have had little kid- live with. StopforU Brooke. rons of 18 planes to a squadron, and and which is allowed, to remain in the ney trouble for some time, but when Many Mothers Ignere Science.. then left to their own devices for the air spoils the food. The- - air which I have needed a kidney medicine, I The doctors any we must not. but Many Qualities Nsstftd. Athenian Military Training. fighters seldom carry sufficient fuel is wurrued by passing over the food have used Doan's Kidney Pills and! Patience, kftidnesx, generosity, hu- what harm does It do to rock n traby? The. Athenians had a mode of uni- mility, courtesy, tineinhnin, to permit them to accompany the comes in contact with the ice where have been relieved." good It brings sleet) nnd It lirlmrx iiinlr. fni- Foster-Mil- GOcts at all dealers. versal military training more like that temper, gullclessness, sincerity these no mother ever rocked her child with bombers on. the round trip. the moisture Is condensed upon the burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. V. of modern Europe than wm most of make up the supreme gift, the stature out a lullaby accompaniment. It's nil The dropping of the bomb is simi- surface and the impurities are carthe other military training schemes of of the tiorfect man. You will oberve gone, however, Itecauxo Meely adrnce lar to shooting a rifle. First, you ried off by the melting ice. The air Every Athenian the undent world. n i.nw wild nil mat It must go. The only set your sight and wind gauge, you is thus dried, cooled and purified. THE ULTIMATE CONSUMER. youth was compelled to do two years that to nre In relation to life. In the knnwmtodny anil tm near linhy thnt has a chance, today Is tho hold the rifle properly, and finally The cooled air immediately descends of garrison duty nt Piraeus, the Port tomorrow. Mid not the unknown etern- "who Is born at sen on the first day Ever notice that it is the ultimate of Athens. you pull- the trigger at the proper to gather .up more moisture and imof n lonjf voynee. Kxrhnnge. ity. Montreal Herald. moment. If your ammunition Is purities ard thus the process is re- consumer who always gets tho "hot end of the poker?" standard, your sight correct, you hit peated continually. It's a fact the target. So with bombing. . If is advisable to allow heated "It from The remark is prompted you sst your sights correctly, fly your food to cool off before placing it In plane correctly over the objective the refrigerator. If put in when watching the Ice man. See him start r d block of ice and drop the bomb at the proper Kino warm it raises the temperature rdV out with a a.blszlng sun. That block is esyou will hit the target. If the am- the refrigerator higher than it should . munition manufacturers gave you go and melts ico unnecessarily. The timated to cut ten blocks of 10 good, bombs the objective will be de- trapdoor through which the meltage pounds each cr not depends on t'.ie stroyed. pnse3 out ut the bottom of the re time and distance the Ice man must travel. And the ultimato consumer Ideals that. Inspired. Recent. July frigerator should "be kept in place, foots tho bill because if it is broken or lost a con See the grocer crder n barrel of Fourth Celebration stant streamofwarm nir is allowed to apples. Going through them ho New ideas that inspired the recent flow Into the refrigerator." a certain per cent hnve rotted. ; July 'Fourth celebration were outlin- Girls Help In tho Production of Air His per cent of profit must coverl ed clearly to the Division on Women's planes. m War Work of the Committo on Public Girls aro helping in airplane pro sumer gets the hot end oOhe poker. 16 ) Information by Miss Josephine Roche Poor Mr. Ultimate Consumer must director of work with the foreign duction by splicing cables and In othO er ways, according to II. E. Miles, not only pay store rent and clerk She raid: born. "We proclaim n new Declaration chairman of tho section for industrial hire, Insurance, etc., but he- - must ef Independence for tho whole world training for War Emergency of the make good all losses from decay, tie. Re. terioration and waste, und, as if all' Council of National Defense. which all the people will share, of America allone. We have ferring to the training department these were not enough, ho mu3t pay j ilv.nys been proud of Independence of a big manufacturing plant he says: the bad debts of the fellow who Is on "Each day there go from this be- - the beat. Oay and the ideas that brought It The remedy? into being, and on this particular partment into the factory proper 30 Be a producer or a middleman, t'ourth, 1918, if the women of 1770 new trained hands. The foreman could be here they would realize that wero not particularly interested at their decendants have not drifted first In this new work; now, however, uway front these ideas and that the they want only operatives from the Americans who have come more re- training school. In this training cently to this land have been drawn room girls learn In four days to splice by the same vvision of freedom which wire cables for fusllage, doing the best work the Army lnspect6rs ever the founders of the Republic had. Cold. "These great groups of our foreign saw. Then they go Into tho shop bring rain, winds, and dunmiiees out the rheumatic aches. An born are the people who have been and with the advantage of the exact application of Sloan's Liniment brings fighting for far democracy training they have had, can splice 55 quick relief. No rubbing. It ponctratrs. and .liberty in the Old World just as daily against a previous average of our ancestors fought here. A won- 40. Men operatives are asking now derful faith (n America, n trust that for night classes to enable them to, ttiey, will htro rtsllzc tl.eir Ideas and take more highly skilled work." Mud for the 'r ehlllrcn a better chance Volunteers for Array Under 10 Years Not Wanted. bring t';cs" lo s. We are bvglnninn The minimum age for voluntary to un.cNtr.nJ u have as much to il lenrn from them as we linve to teach them, and that altogether we must work for the realization of our ideal America. "Never has there been such an 'all American Fourth1 or one which ox- prcsjed so truly and fully the intent I of the signers of tho Declaration of Independence. From all quarters of enlistment In the United States Army Is fixed by Congress at 18 years. There has been so many applications for releases from the Army of boys under this ago who have enlisted thnt Adjt Gen. Henry P. McCain lias Is sued the following circular letter! "The largo number of applications received from parents and guardians for tho discharge of minors under 18 years of age, Inclosing satisfactory evidence that the soldier Is under this age, indicates the necessity of more care on the part of recruiting officers in order to avoid unnecessary ex pense to the Government nnd annoy nncc to troops in the field in the eub sequent discharge of such men, nnd to nvoid placing n blot for life on tho record of a boy whose offense of mis statement of his nge arises usually from n patriotic desiro to serve his PUBLIC SALE -- OF- FINE BLUEGRASS FARMS Saturday, Augl0,'18 DE-CIT- Y one-half . one-lin- lf one-ha- lf - ; CHAS. N, BIKER. anti-aircra- ft ' rein-tlo- - - 100-poun- un-bc- FOR ALL KINDS OF 9 5 O uilding SEE o 9 Material & PAINT LICK, KY. Hervey Woods The Central Record, Thursday, Aug I, 1918. 5 LANCASTER WOMAN THINKS SHE CAN'T TALK ENOUGH. "I hnil trnll stonca for 14 years and suffered severely from gas, colic Doctors, wanted and indigestion. me to go to the hospital, but I took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy instead, and am now feeling fine and better than I everdid. I can't talk enough about this remedy." It is a simple, harmless preperation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intcs Until tract and allays the inflnmntion whjcli causes practically all stomach, in- -, liver nnd intestinal ailments, eluding appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. THURSDAY AUGUST FEEDING No Better SILAGE TO STOCK ' AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., I 8th, 18 WILL SELL AT or More Economical Feed i Roughage for Finished Stock for Market Department of Agriculture.) Prerared ly the United BtU ' A. a roughage for finished stock tliero Ik 'no bvlter or mure economical feed than Hi In Re fur It produces large, dnlljr gains nml aids In keeping the? condition so tbnt nnlmals In n they'enn handle other feed more effectively An advantage In feeding Mince to beef cattle that Is often Is Hint It enable the feeder to carry hli stock for n Ions time no it to pans over n period of depression In the market. Sllnge also ran tic profitably used to supplement pastures for ateera during a tlmo of drought, when they nre finished for mnrket. For many years the belief wn gen-erHint cattle which received silage as n major ortlon of the roughage would hnve to he kept In warm barns Whlln ii ud not cpocd to the cold. they ilo need protection from the cold winds and rains and need a dry place to He down, It has been clearly demon titrated that worm bams are not only tifinecetiurr, but that fattened cattle uinke both larger and cheaper gains v. hen fed In tho open sheds than when confined In barn. Stocke r or thin cat receiving silage will, of course, tl need more protection than nnlmals which are being fattened. cattle The theory that allage-febrink very heavily In shipping to marWhile the actual" ket Is erroneous. shrinkage during transit la sometimes greater, the fill taken at market Is usually good. anij. 1( K001 Judgment Is used In preparing them for shipping the net shrinkage Is no greater than for cattle which have been fed on dry feeds. For 30 hours previous to shipping nice bright hoy and atover should lie substituted for the silage In the ration. The general Impression that choice or prime carcasses cannot be made by trie use of aurculent feed Is equally untrue, as the sllaiK-fccattle usually make more desirable carcasses than cattle fed a similar ration, except that adage was replaced by one uf the coarse fodders. There 1 no appreciable over-looke- d. be-Sti- tr d d CARTERS VJLLE. 170 Acres Of Land FOR S. LOCATION:-Linco- ln 1-- E. WILDER, 1-- County, Ky., 6 miles from Danville. 5 miles from Stanford, fronting on the pike running from Stanford and Hustonville pike to Danville and Hustonville pike. 2 2 miles from L. and N. depot, 3 2 miles from VQ. and C. depot. L. and N. Railroad touches the farm, stock loading station can be had. DESCRIPTION and gently rolling, no waste land, splendid frontage on pike, beautiful yard with large trees, and level avenue to pike. Land is very productive and until recently the entire farm has been for years a Level Solid Met of Blue Grass, Grazed by Big Cattle. ..gaBgaV '' t iaX"""aa in cultivation as follows- :- 75 acres in corn, 45 acres in wheat and barley, 3 acres of alfalfa, 4 acres of tobacco and balance in blue grass. Well fenced and well watered. IMPROVEMENTS -6 room brick house, 3 porches, basement, 50x50 tobacco and stock barn, double cribs, and other outbuildings. 2 tenant houses, one a nicely finished house of three rooms and two porches. IT IS A MONEY MAKER. THIS FARM WILL SELL. TO BE SOLD IN 25, 50 and 100 ACRE TRACTS, OR AS A WHOLE TO SUIT THE :- Mrs. F. P. Bryant who has been ill is nble to be out ngnin. War Conference Day at Lancaster, August 8th. Mrs. Cora" Payne's two small boys are very ill with typhoid fever. Mr. J. D. Carter sold six head-o- f shoats to Preston Ward for $90. Miss Susie Green was the pleasunt guest of Miss Roop, last Sunday. Misa Anne Whitted of Buckeye, Is the guest of Mrs. Eliza Conn nt the weeks end. Mrs. Clara Wylio of Preachsrsvllle visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wylle last week. Mrs. John Calico and children vis ited her mother," Mrs. F. P. Bryant last Monday. Mr. F!. Tt. Rnv nnd little son. Elmer of Buckeye, visited Mr. nnd Tdrs. C. S. Roop, Saturday pight. Misses Lenna Hollon and Susie Green visited Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Calico, last Monday night. Mrs. Alice Pennington who has been visiting her husband at a Camp in South Carolina had returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington have returned home after a weeks stay with relatives and friends in Indiana and Ohio. Mrs. Ruth Davis and children and Mrs. Susie Renfro spent a most en joyable day with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pennington and grand daughter, Nancy McQuerry. of Indiana, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Wylie gave a dinner last Sunday in honor of birthWalda Wylie'a twenty-secon- d presday. There were twenty-fiv- e ent and a most enjoyable day spent. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dawson of Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. Harry South of Springfield, Missouri, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop , last Thursday. PUR-CHASE- Cold? R. " ' What vou want b auick renef. Ilere's a fifty year old remedy that has proven Try it yourself. beneficial for mUlio-.it- . . BgSHgaaV BLBBBgBBr Possession January 1, 1919, with seeding privileges at once. A WHEAT, CORN, HEMP AND TOBACCO FARM. discovery for Coughs 8 Colds Dixit? Bilk) as? Coattipttcd? xDr.King sNewLife Pills cause a healthy flow of Bile and rid' your Stomach and Bowels of watte and fermenting body poisons. They are a Tonic to your Stomach and Liw and tone the groeral system. First dose relieves. Get a bottle today. .'."2. all druggists. Superior Beef Type. REMEMBER THE DATE, THORSDAY, AUGUST 8th. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND. MONEY AND PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. DIRECTIONS:-Lea- ve Stanford or Danville, via Hustonville pike. For further particulars inquire of difference In the percentage of market-- ' utile meat that Hirers will dress out which have been finished on n silage ration and u dry ration. The meat seems equally bright and the fat as well Intermixed with the lean. If silage makes up tho bulk of the rougliago It will be necessary to haul large amounts of bedding Into the sheds to keep tho animals dry, as there Is no watte In silage, or else make u cement floor nr cover with bedding HRYANTSVILLE to absorb the , Ine and prevent the nnlmals from slipping and to give them a warm place to lie down, when Mr. It. K. Swope has gone to 111., the enormous saving In the quality nml on a business trip. amount of the feed Is considered, this Wiir Conference Day at Lancaster, disadvantage does not seem so linrd to overcome by the stockman who lias the August 8th. capital to put up tho silo and pnvo Ills Mrs.'R. I. llurton has been feed sheds or feed lota. at Crab Orchard Springs.-- 5r WINEBROAD OF ESTATE THE REAL MAN COY Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillan were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan. LANCASTER, e, KENTUCKY. Feed work horses Rye Wanted. Illtlmt market price. Iludiori, Hughes and Farnau. Bad Practice to Fill Manger Morning, Mr. llrynn Hallard spent the week Noon and Night and Let Animate Mrs, E. II. end with his mother, Eat All They Want Dalian, alfalfa (- The method practiced by a majority of those who have been feeding alfalfa to work horses has been to fill the manger morning, noon and night, allowing; the horse to eat all he wishes. Prairie hay has been fed In tbl way without any serious results, but not ao In the case of alfalfa hay. Alfalfa bay- - la very palatable and horses eat very Mrge amounts. urination and soft, "windy", horse that are puffed In. the hocks, stocked on the leg and unable to endure hard work result. This has been tho experience of hundred of horse men. The trouble I with the method of feeding, not wlta alfalfa, hay. 1 Mrs U. C. Hose spent the week-en- d with Rev, nnd Mr. V. M. Tinder, nt North Mlddleton. of Lancaster, Mrs. Lee Hagan apent the week, end with her) daughter, Mrs. Wulter Arnold. Mrs. TVW. Stalling of Oklahoniu, U here for a several months "stay with her father, Mr. J. B. Leavell. Mr. C, M, Dean has received his handsome new Quick touring car which ho recently purchased. Mrs. Will Ouersou and son, Will T. of Wellington, Kansas, were here Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mr. and last week the guest of relatives. Nichol-asvillMr. and Mrs. Stark Fish, of Okla., Mrs. Robprt Carter were in Inst week. Fish and Mrs. Pettus, of Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs, Lee Pendleton and Crab Orchard, have been guests of daughters, visited her parents, Mr. Mr. James B. Lcavell. B. Locker. Mr. J. K. Bryant returned to Camp and Mrs. Mr, nnd Mrs. Ebb Mobcrley were Meigo, Washington, D. C, after spending several days with his par- in Jessamine Sunday, the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Clnire Davis. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant. G, S. Conant has returned Mr. and Mrs. Henley Whitaker and - Rev. from a two week's visit to relatives daughters, were gucsU.. Sunday, of in Illinois, and filled his regular ap- Mr. and Mrs. W. in Gulley. pointment here Sunday nt tho MethMr. Davis Prather, and daughter, odist church. The regular quarterly Misa Ora, of Lancaster, visited Mr. services will.be held next Sunday, and Mrs. Mall Carter, Sunday. July 28th. lie leaves to mourn li loss, a wife, and' three children, Mrs. A. Casey, Mrs. Mollie Moberluy, an air. Wilson Hurt. The deere'St sympathy of this community Eoe out to the bereaved ones. TREES your (Jrcluml. Lawn and Garden. Our large descriptive catalog of reliable Now is the time to plant BUCKEYE - j in i 1 Mr. Earl Carter visited his brother Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradahaw ; Mr. Hubert Carter, last week. and children, were guests of her parMiss Hughes of Lexington, is vis- ents, Mr and Mr T. O. Hill, Sunday. iting Dr. nnd Mrs., J. E. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeMalear, and etc., is free upou Inquiry. War 'Conference Day at Lancaster, Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethyl Write for free Catalogue. No Agts, August 8th. Ray were guest Sunday, of Mr, and Mr. J. P. Prather is In Lexington, Mrs'. R. W. Sanders. Mr. Stnlth Hurt of Bradshaw Mill visiting hi daughter, Mr. James died July 26th, and wa buried here i Stapp. Lexington, Kentucky. Mrs. Oscar Ray and children were Louisville, last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce, tatoes, Strawberries, H.F.Hillinmivcr L Sou. Fruitand Shade Trees Small Fruits, Shrubs. Evergreens, Grace, Asparagus, Seed Po- War Conference Day at Lancaster, August 8th. 'Sanders Bros, hnve liouglit four Aberdden' Angus heifers from a noted btock farmer In Illinois. Cnmo dairy feed will maka your cow glva more milk. Hudton, Hughes and Farnau. Bro. Cooper of Louisville, will begin a series of meetings at Scott Fork, Sunday, August 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frederick were recent vititors of Mr. Marian Frederick and family on Lexington pike. Misses Reva Ray Munford of Frankfort, and Inez Ray and Mr. John Edd Layton of McCreary, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. the week-en- d James I. Samjgrs. Mr. Cronley Uroaddus and little daughter, Hazel, of Lancaster, Mr, and Mrs. l.JA. Sanders attended preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas I. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hicks, Mrs. G. W. Thompson and Miss Ruth Broad-d- u of Bourne, attended preaching at this place Sunday and were the guests of Mr. Mary A. Sander and family. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug I, 1918. TheCehtral Record INCORPORATED."' BflUBD HORRIBLE DEATH Lexinf- tr!hlfltolrrlMtar m tm Weekly E. ROBINSON. $1.60 a year. Jek RicbardsM Meets Dealh U Ioq Elmlw. I KHAKI COLUMN S J. Editor. Friends and relatives here and licked, we will have some good times, K. L, ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. elsewhere are deeply grieved nnd Mr. Sherman Gay, has received in the U. S. A again. distressing death of shocked at tho Your loving nephew, word of the safe arrival oversea of Entered l tha Toil ome In Laneaittr, Kr John Richardson, oldest son of Mrs, his son, Sherman 11. Gay, whoso corUJI.V. Vi mat. viK formerly of a, Second Clui Hall Matter. Elizabeth Richardson, this city, who before her marriage rect address is Co, G.V104 Ammunl was Miss Elizabeth Sweeney, sister tion Train, A. E. F. A PERFECT DAY Member Kentucky Press Association of Mrs. J. C. Robinson and aunt of and Mr. Henry Tuttlc has received Sunday morning', a" large number Mr. J. W. Sweeney. Eighth District Publishers League. Young Richardson lost his life in letter from his brother, Charles Tut- - of friends motored fb North MiddleBroken an elevator of the Phoenix hotel at tle, who is stntloned nt Camp Bcaure town, to attend services- nt the Rates For Political Announcements Lexington last Saturday afternoon gartl, La. He states that he likes Christian Church, of which F M The circumstances of his death arc the army life fine and will soon go Tinder is pastor. The remainder of For Precinct and Citv Onlles . . .1 5.00 distressing indeed nnd the blow Is a after the Kaiser. tho day wns spent In the home of Rev 10.00 sad shock to the devoted mother who or County Offices nnd Mrs. Tinder. Repairing done promptly on Watches, Clocks tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 looked to this model industrious The ship on which "Billy" Miller An old time basket dinner met the 10 young man H11U dCWCHJT For Calls, per line for he1 sole support. sailed, lias arrived safe oversea and needs of the hour. 10 For Cards, per line Tables were spread In tho thudy The management of the hotel and his his friends are expecting to hear 1- ;i for all publications in the intert associates" speak of him in tho high unueiy jrum 1mm ' in n i jy uays. lawn and n true Kentucky menu was Office over Mount's Hnrdwnrc S)ore. est of individuals or expresest terms. Reside his mother ho is Billy is with the 51st Inf, and 'Is In served to 42 persons. An added 1 to A p. m. sion of individual views, per pleasure to this occasion was the anHours 8 to 12 survived by one brother, George, who the Machine Gun Company. 10 line... nouncement that the day was the lives with his. mother in Lexington 05 , Obituaries, per line anniversary Immediately after the accident Mrs. A. B. .Milby has received i .birthday and wedding the hotel amnngemcnt made a en re card stating that her husband, Mr. A of Brother Tinder. A little poem ful Inquiry into the circumstances B, Milby, of the Fiejd Artillery, had for this occasion, penned by Mrs. Uscatler, Kj., August 1, 1918 connected with the death of young landed safely "Over there". Mr. Fannie Fnrra,"vns received and read Richardson' and President Stoll and Milby has many friends here, where just before partaking of the meal. When "The end. of x perfect dny" Manager Skaln gave to tho newspa for several months hT was tho ac party sang pers the following statement of the commodating agent for the Katiqnal came, the The "Kentucky Press Associa -- KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, "nicst Be the Tic That Hinds,". nt its recent meeing at fncts as ascertained by them: .man 1,1 fo Insurance Co., who wish him a The following gue.U v?cr? prsssnt tion young "Johnnie Rlchardsona safe return. Crab Orchard made a "master in the employ of the Phoenix hotel, Mr. J. R. Hasclden and family, Mr. stroke" when its members was nccldcntly killed by one of the George Kstes, the nineteen year and Mrs. Henry Moore, and son, elected Mr, D. M. Hutton, ed elevators in the hotel at 2:30 o'clock old son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Estcs, Henry Jr., Mr. V. A. Lenr nnd famand Young Richarditor of the Harrodsburg Her yesterday afternoon. age, resided with has made rapid strides since his en- ily,F.Mr. Ross Bastin family,family,11.Mr. V. B. Robinson and Mr. son was 18 years of in the Navy on July 1st. Bastin and ald, its President. family, Mr. nnd Sirs. W. his mother at $G2 South Mill and was listment days training S. Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hill, With only twenty-on- o Mr. Hutton is a hustler and unmarried. He hnd been in tho y at Great Lakes he has been assigned Mrs. B. C. Rose, Miss Bessie Gulley, if any one can put the associahotel about thirteen of the to sea duty and so writes his mother tion on its' feet again, "Mack" months in-- the capacity of general in the following interesting letter, Mrs. Snllic Sanders, Mrs. J. A. Amon Draw A and Mrs. Ap Price. helper. is the man to turn the trick. which wc so gladly publish. v "Shortly before accident he "Camp Roos, Great Lakes, In accepting the office ihe and Mr. Sweeney, theone of tho for the money youoye nnd NOTICE July 25th, 1018. has this to say to the Kentucky mechanical employes of the hotel, Dcnr Mother: Dr. J. W. Weber, the Foot Doctor, nolo how much more Press in his good paper: hnd gotten upon the top of the elevI received the articles that your creditors reTHE KENTUCKY PRESS. ator for the purpose of oiling the sent me. I suppose you will besister will be in Lancaster on Wednesday's TO sur and Saturday's only. Those who You have honored me with machinery and cleaning the dust prised to know of the speed I have want to sea him call between 11:30 gard you. They like to do the office of president of your from beneath the doors and descend- made in this life already. I passed A. M., and 7:30 P. M., at his office business with n ninu who association. In accepting the ed from floor to floor as they com- my examination nil O. K., this morn- nt the SIMPSON HOUSE. pleted the work. has an account at tho office and assuming its duties ing and am now awaiting trnsporta-tio- n "When they reached tho three-hu- n I feel that my shortcoming can j Quality That Counts for Much. to an eastern seaport for sea Garrard Bart & Tmi Ce. . be bridged by a generous and dred floor, Mr. Sweeney was cleaning duty. I was really surprised myself Try to lie It not only" and oiling the elevator door &Dd wns when the commander called out my well pays one to act this part, but It sympathetic membership on They know lie is doing business in a buttress Ilka way. Better whom I can confidently rely looking toward the east, with his back name nnd asked me if I was ready assuredly makes happier thoc with I open such an account ercn ft your affairs are not large. They whom for assistance. It will be my toward the western elevntor, near for sea duty. I told him I was. So best we come In contact. Life at will grow all right. Then aim to so enlist our veteran which young Richardson was stand I was sent here to this camp to await why Is none too unpleasant magnify Its realities ing. He was not looking at Richard members in a task of securing orders. by giving way to disagreeable or selfish the membership of, every son and the first he knew of the acI It usually takes tho young men whims? worth newspaper in the state cident was when he heard the noise from 2 to C months to make their to ou: association, to the end of the western elevator which was mark. I made it in 21 days. that all may come under the descending and which caught RichI wont write 'much this time as-beneficial influence of an or- ardson between it and a concrete must pack up for shipment. ganization of high ideas and beam which separates the two elevI will send a big picture of Great elevator Lakes Station, ns I mail this. letter, purposes. The Kentucky Press ators. The descending struck the back of his h.ead and tore also my watch if I can get something has initiated and advancd naV much of that which is good for away a part of it and also crushed to pack it in. the benefit df her beloved his arm. The elevator- was stopped Don't send any more mail until I Kentucky. By her fearless within two feet from where it struck send you my address. The mail nl- Richardson. There was no actual ready sent me will be forwarded. pen she has prevented much I ' that would have been evil for witness to the accident. will be here not longer than 72 hours "The operator of the western ele from now and I might leave at this state. Trusting that every one pf you stand by me, and by vator was on one of the upper floors each other, in our united effort and was descending to the lobby With love and best wishes, when tho accident occurred. -- Tho toward, progress, I am, George. east side of the western elevator Is P. Sr I will write as soon as I get to Yours for service, of Solid material so that the) operator port P. M. HUTTON. 4 in the west car could not see young Richardson and had no knowledge of Mr. C. F. Ison has received the This is an off year for elec- his being on the east car until she from bis perhaps felt that the elevator was obstructed, following letter who was nephew, C. tions. Little interest formerly a T. Armstrong, will be taken even if the peo- when she at once stopped it. county, being a son "Young Richardson was killed in- resident of this ple were not so occupied with C. Armstrong. stantly and his body was removed to of Dr. T. "Somewhere In France" Few Congressmen an undertaking establishment The the war. Hq Co., 60th Infantry, A, E.,F. in the country have opposition elevators are cleaned and oiled once Mr. C. F. Ison, one-ha- lf in either party, and the voters a week nnd young' Richardson had Camp Nelson, Ky., U. S.A., capacity of Motor Car assisted in this work before and was of the nation have almost .lost is devoted to work which will . win conditions Dear Uncle: with sight of election day, How- perfectly familiar the the I will try and write you a few lines war battlefields of France. elevators in the to of let you know that I am well and ever, .Kentucky has in the Sen- different shafts. It will of course, The half is still devoted to atorial nomination an impor- never be known why he leaned over enjoying good health and I hope this of, necessary find you the snme. tant election. Senator James, the shaft of the other elevator and letter will is a beautifulxcouutry, nnd facilities for men women who France was caught beneath it." who is seeking the doing the French people are fine poaplu here home to of were conThe funeral services by the democrats of this They have the finest farms nnd ducted at the family residence, by Six. State well deserves theyotc of Rev. Colli after which the remain roads I ever saw anywher?. The every member of his party. were taken to Somerset for inter- farmers do not live on their farms, For of service, which como only little villages and o they all He writea-frohis sick bed in ment. A largo number of handsome for mileslive in to tend from excellence, you out their little choose floral designs were sent by friends Baltimore asking the demofarms. You never see n fence or assurance to choose Chandler. crats, whom ho has served, to of this splendid young man and mr.ny house on a arm, instead of plowing a tear shed at his untimely end. around a hill like we do, they plow come to the polls on August Choose Chandler for marvelous now up and down tho hilL One place I 3rd. and him. In sixth radical changes HURL refineplowing with two milk saw a farmer doing bo Kentucky democrats cows yoked up. period. Choose for power and" life Mr. will honor the party moro than known Smith Hurt, one of the best Most of tho places you hardly ever secfor economy of they can possibly honor the tion of citizens in the Iiuckeyo homo see a four wheel 'vehicle, all two the covnty uicd at his candidate. We do not antici- last Friday from tho effect of a'par-nlyti- c wheel, and sometimes as many as pate that Mr. Kimbell, Senator He lived only three four horses hitched to them, one, In stroke. Let show you how high-price- d checks front of the other. Some places they James opponent, will hnve hours after the ntroc. stage still operate the cars, cars sell at. prices similar He is survived by his wife and sevany support worthy of notice coaches, they are about the only four He had many eral prices. Let us show you how Chandler performs with nt tho primary noxt Saturday. and children. in the county, friends wheel vehicles you sec. all of relatives high-price- d cars. Most of the French people wear We know he would not if dem- whom ore grieved nt his sudden ocrats every where felt like death. He was buried at Buckeye wooden shoes, and when you hear a noise in the rear, you have to look they do in Garrard County. last Sunday afternoon. around In order to tell whether it is Democrats on this occasion can a horse or a man coming. They sure SIX SPLENDID IJODY TYPES PARSONS. not afford to be indifferent, do raise grapes, you can see great Stvtn.Pajtnger Touring Car, 31793 Foir.Pajsengcr Hoadjier. S1795 they cftHKot afford to. tako a Mr. Tom Parsons, son of Mr. and fields of them every where, and they Dispatch Car. $1873 o drink wine atd charnpaigne like we Convertible Sedan. t24VS chance. Senator James is too Mrs. R. F, Parsons, died at tho Convertible Coupe, $2393 Umou4n: 93093 Hospital last Monday after an would water. A II prict 1 1, a. b. CUvtlaml much needed in Washington operation There are some of the prettiest appendicitis a week during the future years of the previous, for Parsons leaves a girls here I ever saw. The women Mr. to the wife and. five small children. war to let hie reelection He of France work as hard as the men, was 37 years old, a member of the even plow in the fields. Senate be in jeopardy by One place I was in I saw a building We would like to Christian church and hit passing away is a sorrow to his many friends that wm qver seven hundred years see Garrard County lead Ken- and old. Most of the buildings are relative. tucky democrats in casting a After funeral services at Manse,-las- made of stone and have tile roofs, a CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO-- ! full vote in Saturday's primary Tuesday afternoon, lntfmnt few have straw roofs. Another fun ' of Ken- took place In the cemetery at that ny thng is In seme places they have for the a "town cryer" who gees around phtce. tucky's greatest dftwoorat. latest news, most of It sounds like' "dram 'and annoancesthe-bestbn? onmese to me., , t Welt I fili:hfe to deerf Jr Will hoping to hear from you real time, soon. Give my lovo to all. When we do get the square headed Butch "fP i: Eyes Tested ARMES r fee' j FITTED Lens. Temples, and it -.. J. ML METCALF - leave-takin- g t OPTICIAN. cm-plo- ' ' Check . nsCTt-eatile- flower-strew- The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ' af AllK'f'lS. - $795 1 Supplying' The Kind of Transportation You Need the plant the Chandler the help on the other the production transportation the and are things at the production the famous Chandler certainty motor car can mechanical cannot with greater than the the its motor, in its year without but with constant ment throughout that it its and endurance and the its operatien and maintenance. us the Chandler with not with that to Chandler the ABOUT Come Choose Your Chandler Now Four-Passeng- er Dan-vill- KINNAIRD BROS., GARAGE, LANCASTER t CHANDLER MOTOR The Control Record, Thti'9'ay. Aug 1 1918 7 Classified Column 2 RATESi Walter 5 AT Wood Mower $65, Mailable Rid- I Range $85, Gast Ranges $50. 10 Disc Wheat Drills and Harrows, Oliver ing and Walking Plows, the best thats made, five ton Pltjers Scales. Depot Carriage Cheap. American Fence iu wi. .Mr. Uossip About People " M . - C u memmiymmeirt wl A Erlif Mcrtlon ef the Cornbgi J. R. MOUNT Sc CO. The O Deal House. Ip to Robert Griggs made n business Rlchnbnd Monday. t Mr. Shpl Hasolden made n business trip to koOIsvUlf, the past wck. i S. , i HATFIEbD, I 376. Dentist KiJncf Lancaster, KjJ. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light'. Colonel Murray1 'Shoun has been KRUrrrr.an. tie guest of Mr." Dan Collier Elkln. LHKnn Montc;siury has acMis as ctcrifith Mr. C. Klin Dunn of Danvlllei spent cepted a MU several days last week with Mrs. Ed . Snudas. tiC Gaines, 9t. Claries Zimmer ef Lexington With his parents, nf tho week-en- d Messrs Robert Brown and Joe Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmer. of Villn (irovc, Illinois, nrc the truest of home folk. N Mr. Charle Land of' Texai took upper with Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Marksbury, Miss Alice Sutton, of visitor Montgomery, Monday night wns the charming week-en- d of Miss Emily Hourne. Mrs. R. H. McGrath leaves this sck for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Misses Helen GUI and Mary Doty . ! name aucr n urn nays Tom Adam? nave revurncu II stay nt Elixir Springs. Miss. Ruth Waller, Of Louisville, Is an attractive visitor of Mis Pearl Miss Bornlco Champ has been the attractive guest of berfriend Miss Dickcrson, cn Maple avenue. Patsy Kosson, at Richmond. Mr. Ben llerndon, of Danville, is H ev and Mrs. II. S. Hudson spent hero' for a several days stay with hjs the past week in Springfield Ky., the father, Capt. W. M. Herndon. guests of relatives and friends. . Mr. and Mrs, Bristow Conn and week-en- d Miss Joan Robinson hn,rcturned baby, of Danville, spent the to her home in Darfville after a de- with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn. lightful stay with Mrs. J. B. Mrs. V. A. Lenr left'today for a two weeks yjsit to her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie Denny has been in Mac Wilkins, of Shelby N. C. Pninl Lick, visiting her ncico.Mra. Mr s. James Hutcher has returned Robert J. Walker, atSthe "Howling from n delightful two weeks visit t " ' Dog Ranch", Mre. A. J. Rice, In Atlanta, (la. v. . Miss Jennie Warren and Mr. Ash- Mrs. B. F. Robinson and children . U I tiff O. : vy nrrcn 01 omnium tjicnv mtr arerpending the week with her par I week-enwith their aunt, Mis Jen ents, Rev. nnd Mrs. F. M. Tinder. nie Duncan. Miss Margaret Cook is. visiting In , Mr?. J. A. Kfoencr and children of Charleston, West Virginia, arc here Cnmpc IUville this week the charming for a visit to her parents, Mr. and guest of Miss Catherine Buckncr. Ar-rhKin-nair- d. 1 d Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson are, I, Miss MInnto Gulley of Danville, I visiting In Louisville, this weex the guest this week of Mr. and 'Mrs 4 I C. King. i Miss Luetic Ballew of Stanford, Is the attractive little guest of Mrs. Joe Miss Luclllo Schooler has been n Francis. pleasant visitor this week of Miss Anna Fnyc King. Misses Permclia nnd Etta Robinson were in Danville, Init Friday, Misses Roen and Inez Ray of Buckshopping. eye, will lenve for Frankfort today, to be the attractive guests of Miss Miss Totnmle Francis I visiting Reva Bay Mansford. her sister, Mrs. George Ballew at Richmond. Miss Rcvn Ray Mansford returned to her home in Frankfort today, Miss Willie Belle. Grecnlcaf of St.' after n pleasant visit to Mirses Rosa Louis, Mo., Is visiting Mrs. Emma Buckeye. and Inez Ray, I near Single insertions lc a word ijj No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads in this & $ column charged. Q Seven insertions for the g price of five. ... Til 1 fl u i iiuiiu- uruvra muni uc pititi promptly. jg -.- Mrs. A. J. Rica of Atlanta, Cn., and Mrs. West Moorland, of CharFOR SALE: 14 Bushels Germnn leston, Wct Vn., are hero for n v'sit J. E. Robinson. to Mr. and Mrs. James Hntchsr nnd Millet seed. Mr. and Mrs. George Hatcher. FOR SALE: Good pair v work Rev. J. R. Moorman, returns this mules, over 10 hands, C nnd 8 years G. Walker. week from Casey Creek, where he old. has been holding n successful meet FOR SALE: Several pieces of Ing. 'There will be regular services nt the Christian church next Sunday old fashioned furniture. Call this office. Mrj. Bcllo Henderson of Lowell, FOR SALE: Eighteen good grade was hostess nt a knitting house par. N. J. GOSNEY, ty last week in honor'of Miss ' Ella ewes. Marksbury, Ky. Miss Belle Newland of Brodhead, Ella Dunn of Danville, and Mrs. J. R. FOR SALE: Roan yearling , Mount, of Lancaster. good bull. a reg-ister- Mr. and Mrs. Edd Clark entertained Thursday nt a twelve o'clock dinner in honor of Mr. Charlie Land, of Fort San Antonia, Texas, and Mrs. Landram Burdette and daughter, Miss Delia, of Gas City, Indiana. shorthorn Woods Walker, Paint Lick. Ky. FOR SALE: Pure apple vinegar in five gallon lots. Forty cents per gallon. J. B. Woods, Manse, Ky. cxrn FOR SALE: Five passenger Ford Mr. L. C. Gulley arrived from car, in good running order. Just Mussels Shoals, Ala., A few days ago painted. Geo. F. Hatcher, and will probably accept u position Lancaster, Ky. with the firm in Ohio, during the LOST: Black, white nnd tan dog next few days. Mr. Gulley was not bitch.-Botspecially pleased with tho climatic and black, white and tnn have collar, marked Woods Walconditions of Mussels Shoals. ker, Paint Lick, Ky. Reward. Mits Gladys Frisbic entertained nt 80 acre WANTED GRAZING: a delightful informal dance, last Fri day, at her "home on Danville Street. of good grass, plenty of water, 3 milDelightful music was. furnished by a es from Lancaster, Phone, Frank Phillips, Stanford, Ky. troupe a most en Hawaiian, of and I BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. I PARIS GREEN 1 I I I I B Is and I Store. FRESH FISH I Sander's Variety WE SELL FOR LESS. Miss Bertha Oaks, who lias been ""Master C. V. nnd Miss. Mary spending some time with .relatives in Clark, of Lexington, were the week- Tennessee is at home for it visit. end guests of Miss Nancy Houme, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Letcher, of nenr Lancaster. Louisville nrc guests of Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Sam Hnscldon and sons spent VA R. Cook and Mrs. Ellen Owsley Tuesday nnd Wednesday in Nichol-asvill- e Mrs, Will Hays came over 'from with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford yesterday and spent the Powell Duncan. Mr. end Mrs. J., A. Beazley, Mrs. Kale Jones and daughter, Miss Pauline, of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Peortc Gulley and daughter, are the guests of Mm. M.ittie Dun Helyn, have returned home after n ' can, on Lexington street. pleasant visit to relatives in Lcxing The following young people drove Mrs. J. W. Akcr has returned to ton. to High Bridgo Sunday nnd npent a her home here after u two weeks .Messrs William Oakcs ami Court very plcarant day. Misses Leltle I visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. ney Cecil were in Brodhead last week Peyton, Lillian Montgomery, Virgie 1!)! D. Carpenter, at Crab Orchard. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J as. Mer Lee, Willie Mac Calico, of Paint Lick, Cora Bryant, Eulalah Montgomery, Miss Sallie Klkin entertained nt a edith and Messrs Earl Carter, Wesley Cal six o'clock dinner Saturday, in honor Mrs. A. B. Mllby has returned ico, Chas, Scribbncr, Tom Ward, of Dr. and Mr. W. S. Klkin. of At after a pleasant visit with Mr. nnd Znck Hester, and Luther Pnyton. lanta, Ga and Miss Jennie Duncan. Mrs, B, M. and E. N. Mllby, Mr. Jonah Marsee, n former GarMiss Shirley Denny ami Master anon. rardite, together with his family and Bcatty Denny, have returned home today for Kelson Marsee spent the day in LanMrs. lOsee Huffman left after a week's visit with their aunt, her home in Louisville after spending caster ycttcrday. Mr. Marsee now Mrs. Robert J. Walker, at Taint Lick several weeks with Mrs. Mae Hughes lives In Mercer and says it is almost Noland. as good county as Garrard. He took Miits Sabra Lee Estcs of Waco, Ky ist visiting her. cousin, MJss Lillian K, Mrs. R. E. Hughes of Louisville, advantage of the old rate and reI Estes and her sister, Misf Elizabeth, motored here Saturday and is the newed his subscription to the Record r who is at the Garrard guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, which he says he has been taking for nearly 30 years. Bank. John Mjller. dny-wjt- h Mrs. j. .Miner. All persons having claims against the estate of Lucy Huffman,- - deceasNews has just been received nom ed, aro hereby notified to present Mrs. Herman Hoover of Troy Ohio, same at once, properly proven. Earnest Doty.dmr. that she will start for a visit to home- Mr. folks the 18th of August. FOR SALE: A handsome set of Hoover" will accompany her as Tar as walnut furniture, some antique furn-itu?Frankfort, where he will vieit his All nnd a hand parents for n few days. , In good condition. vacum cleaner. this Inquire at Mr. W. R. Todd, representing the office. James B. Clow and Sons, with head' LOST: Near Camp Dick Robinquarters at Cochocton, Ohio., has son Inst Monday,' Racine Cord been in the city n fewclnys this week. automobile tire and rim.' Liberal Mr. Todd formerly lived nt "Stanford reward if returned to nnd has many friends in this section James House, Danville, Ky. who are always glad to see him. FOR SALE Eighty shouts weighing 100 pounds nnd upward. .Have had double treatment against cholera. All red and home raised. Burdctt Ramsey, Paint Lick, Ky. WHEAT WANTED: I am In the joynble evening wns spent by. her friends who were presant. I at-Le- - market to buy your wheat for J. W. Zaring and Co. Will, give tho best price 'and furnish all sacks. W. F. Parks.-Pai- nt Lick, Ky. Bids for the New WANTED Buckeye School House. Bids must be in by noon, August 2Cth. Plans will be at tho and specifications County Clerks office. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. book-keepe- NOTICE holding Liberty Our customers Loan Bonds who desire to exchange them will please bring them In to the Bank at once that we may effect the exchange for them. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. " Why Deering Rake's Are Popular are points you want in a good rake: rake frame must be strong and solidly built. The wheels must stand the tor- HERE -- ,slf-dum- p sional strains they will meet in the field. The raka must get all the hay. The dumping arrangement must work easily and quickly and be handled easily. The rake teeth must be strowjand resilient to work without breakage. Every one of these points is found on the Deering rake. Deering rake owners save trouble and temper. Ask any one, of them. Made in sizes 6 feet to 12 feet. Buy a Deering rake and get withit good take service for years. . Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. lryiUvlllef Ky. Friends here have received cards Mr, and Mrs. Currey Robinson nnd of Miss Ivie Dell Montgomery bright little baby, of Nicholasville, Frankfort, is spending a few days announcing the arrival on July 23th, with his mother, with homefolks, Mr. and Mm. W. B of Jack J. Pursley, Jr, This young spent the week-en"medicine man" weighs ten pounds Mrs. Maggie Robinson, on Richmond Montgomery. and Will prove quite n happy addition StrceU Mr. James Arnold has returned to to the homo of Dr. and Mrs. J. J. PurMr. Dan Collier Klkin left for At his hqmo in Columbia, S. CT, after n sley, of Louisville. Mrs. Pursley is lanta today, to take up Oils duties in visit of several weeks to his mother, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allie tho Gradv Hospital of that "city. Mrs. J. ,H. Arnold. Sanders of this city. where he has fcn internship during the Mrs. Lynn Clark was hfstess at Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Long .uiil summer vacation. dinner Sunday. Those present were children, have returned to their home Mr. James Clark and Misses Stella Mrs. Henry Lloyd and son, Henry, In Winchester 'after a vlsu to Mr. T. and Nellie Clark of Lancaster, and Jr., of Lexington, arrived Saturday E. Cecil nnd family. Mr.- and Mrs. Willie Hughes nnd'chil- night to spend somo time with Mrs. Mr. Wesley Calico and sister, Mits dren, of Mnrksbury. Lloyd's husband, nt the homo of Mr. Willie Mae Calico, of Paint Lick, and Mrs. Jack Adums. were pleasant guests of Mist Cora COX-BAIMr. and Mr. V. A. Lear and Bryant, Saturday night. daughter, MUs Mary Lcc, Mrs. Dora Tho nlarriag of Miss Nellie Cox, Misses Marie fcnd Thclma Clar't Cochran fintl daughter, Mrs, Russell Brown, motored to Lexington Mon entertained quite a number of friomU daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cox, Saturday evening in honor of their of this city, to Mr. Herbert Bailey. day, nnd spent the day. of Stanford, was solemnized at Stanguest, Miss Maude Clark. , Dr. W. S.-- Klkin returned to his ford last Frldny nlghtf nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Smith and Rev. P. L. Bruce, pastor of the Preshome in Atlanta, list Tuesday night, nfter a stay of ten days with rela children, motored from Birmingham byterian church, who was tho offictives' here. Mrs; Elltlri will remain Ala., and are guests of her parents, iating minister. While they had been Mr. and Mrs. S. B, Henry. here during the summer. sweethearts for some time it was Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Montgorrtry of only known to a few of the most inHorry Kinmiird who has been Miss (hat the marriage Visiting Kinnnird left Sat- Camp Nelson, spent Saturday night timate friends place urday for a visit to friends and rel- and Sunday with his parents, Mr. would Istake charming so soon. The a bride and attractive atives in Lebanon, before returning and Mrs. W. B. Montgomery. young lady and has a host of friends to .her homo IruMiddlesboro.Mrs. Edd Clark entertained ut an in the city, where she was born not George McRoberts elegant twelve o'clock dinner Thurs- many years ago. Mr, Bailey lived Mr. and Mrs. guests, Mrs. for n short time in this city and It and little daughter, Betsy Margaret, day In honor of her Burdette and daughter, of ln,d. was while here that the friendship of Covington, arrived Saturday for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. O. Reid, who has been quite" that ripened into love later, first 111 nt his home on Richmond Joe Burnslde, on Richmond street. Street, started. The groom is a successful business man for the past few weeks, shown little splendid young of Stanford and a man. .MUses Jennie, A number of friends weret enter improvement, his friends will regret Minerva and Sallie Cox and Mr. tained last Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. to learn. Harry Scott of this city, iwere presJ. P. Foley and Miss Lizzie Foley. Those present wore Mrs.. O, iC. ' Mrs. Green QUy Walker, Mrs. R. ent nt the marriage. The Record Joint the many friend liounsncii, Mrs. a. m. Mtriua, Misses Zimmer and Miss Gladys Friable May Moore and Sallie B. Merlda, motored to Lexington the past week of this happy couple in wishing them Moore, and were guests of Dr.' and Mrs. C. many years of perpetual happjnew Messrs sSil Foley, Bernard together. J, Zimmer. James and Lawrence Reynolds, d LEY. It FOR SALE OR TRADES About acres of Knox County coal and N. Rail, timber land; right on L road and State rond. Has four houses and can be divided to suit purchaser. For further particulars apply to Mrs,- J. A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., Route No. 1. Phone 337-SCO FOR SALE: The Mary B. Preston 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 on farm, also five room house, stock barn and three acre tobacco barn. U. G. Preston, Asenk NOTICE All persons having claims aVulnH the estate of O. A. Arnold, deceased, will present same to me properly proven at once. Those indebted to said estate will kindly settle immed- MrCli. Lun-dra- iately. Athby Arnold, Administrator NOTICE All persons having claim's against the estate of Mrs.. Anne W. Robin son, deceased, will present same to tpe properly proven at once.Those in debted to said estate will kindly set tle immediately, t1 Salem Wallace, .Exec, Taint Lick, Ky, & 'The Central Record, Thursday. Aug 1 1918 Mrs. John Land, Mesdames Robert Davis, Harold Kwnon, Messrs Clias. and Hiram Land, Mljses Ine LanI nnd Ivn Hollon were guests of Air. and Mrs. Ed Naylor, on Lexington pike, Wednesday of last week. FARM ANIMALS GIVE BROOD SOWS GOOD CARE Proper Exercise and Proleln Feed Winter Will Aid In Production of Strong Litter, In Land, Stock, Crop and Farm Implements OF MEMPHIS TROTH DRUMMER TELLS orVH HEPATIC. Sajs (o Cire Hi Fe-- Natwnal Refcmg Co., (Prepared by tha .United 8UU Department of Agriculture.) If the sows that are to farrow la March and April produce pood strong, vigorous, litters and get their plgi through successfully to weaning lime they must be properly enred for from now until the day bf farrowing. One of the biggest hindrances to the sow' farrowing good strong, vigorous litters Is lack of exercise. During the cold and snowy weather hogs llko to He around the sleeping quarters and be comfortable. Thnt, however, Is Just what they should not do all the time, advise the specialists of the United States department of agriculture, The proper exercise for a brood sow Is that which she will take voluntarily ond not through force. They should pet their com ration by hustling for It In the stnjk fields and not by getting It fed around the sleeping quarters on feeding floors or In troughs. Feed them oar corn during the winter mouths and scatter It out In the stalk fields. The Manure spreader Is n gool Implement to use In scattering this corn. Don't he afraid it will be wasted, for It won't. You can remtlly regulate the nmoun' flat Dwlen fuki Btf-T- alet ( asd Says ItV a Woifcrfol McJicwt. Via Hepalica HAQAED, KING j AT "I was so troubled with my throat and stomach for n year and a half that I had become very much says Mr. J. H. McCollum, (raveling repreientntlve for the Nat-- , lonnl Rcdnlng Co, 631 Walker nve., wenk-ened," ( , niLK Thursday, August 15th, AT NINE O'CLOCK, A. M. IN GARRARD COUNTY, FOUR MILES FROM LANCASTER, FALL LICK PIKE. acres, level, fertile, high state of cultivation!, no wasteland, well and DESCRIPTION conveniently fenced, everlasting water. Eight, room brick house, two halls, three porches, beau tiful lawn, large shade trees, fine orchard. An ideal home. n 136 Memphis, Tcnn. . "Could only walk a block or two without linving to sit down to rest Since taking Van Hepatica, I now walk two miles with lets effort. My appetite was no good, but now it Is flue. Vm Hepatiru even, mnkes me hungry nn hour after I eat, Jefore. taking Vm Hepatica my stomnoi cold not retain what I forced on it. But now I cat anything without any bail rlTccta whatever. "I tried nino of the best doctors 1 could find without receiving any permanent benefits. I was going down all the time, but I have gnln"d several pounut since I started taklngthe Vin licpatica prescription. I certainly would not be without it ns long us I nm improving as I am." Como in' and get n boltls of this truly wonderful nature medic-noa n our recommendation. IL E. McRoberU, Luncanter, Kv. r" 1 - ' ' POINT LEAVELL. " Pigs at fed so that It will be picked up clean, and you 'will And next spring that there Is not n bit of the corn lying around to go to waste. Protein feed In the form of short,, tankage, ollmeal or alfalfa hay should be supplied. can be used for these feeds, and It Is quite successful to grind the alfalfa hay. Sows will eat a larger percentage of nlfulfa hy fed In the "ground form than when fed In racks unground. This alfalfa Is generally cheaper on the corn bolt farms than any of the other protein feeds and Is a good balance to the corn ration. By following a few of these simple methods the. sows jvlll be brought to farrowing time capable of producing"" good strong pigs. Kvery hog grower knows that If he is going to have pigs that do their best from the start they must necessarily be strong and vigorous at farrowing time. The proper care of the brood sow is not difficult and should be carefully looked after by every hog grower. Self-feede- lo ee This Farm is to Want to Own it. out' 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.. A TRACTOR FARM. . Will be sold in different tracts, or as a whole, and with or without the crops,, and possession at onceSr 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 Herford cow and calf, one Poll Angus Bull. ' i SHEEP ARE MOST PROFITABLE Produced More Economically on Farm Than Any Othec Live Stock Pick Up Much of Living. Sheep, In proportion to the value of are produced more economically .on the farm than any! other live stock; the feed and labor re-- ! qulrements are'less. They tit In with general fanning, get much of their subsistence from forage from grazing weeds and grass that would lyit mu- - I port other stock. They eat little feed that has a value as human food, and ' need less grain than other aulmals. They add materially to the farm reve- ' nun but add very little, relatively, to the farm expense. their products, ' I wagons, 2 ridFARMING IMPLEMENTS: 1 Avery tractor, with gang plows, 2 r, wheat drill, check mower arid rake, section harrow, ing cultivators, plows, one manure cultivators, 2 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 bidderst When I offer land the purchaser fixes the price and I always sell, so come and get a bargain. Land values are still ion the increase.. a For further particulars inquire of ' two-horse iting friends andyelntives. Miss Willie Made Gaitineau has been visiting Miss Goldie Cotton, at Richmond for a few days. Miss Jessie Mae Hammack of Paint Lick, is with her aunt, Mrs. John Anderson, for u few weeks. Mrs. John Lackey and daughter, of nedr Richmond, spent the weekend with Mr. W. B. Lackey's family. Mr. and Mrs. Creed Simpson of Miss Ella Belle Newland or Brod-hea- d is here iiiting relatives forsev. eral' weeks. War Conference Day at Lancaster, August 8th. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lackey ipent the day with Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Sunday. Crtmo dairy fe.d will make your cow fiva mora milk. Hudton, llufhat and Farnau. Miss Ella Dunn of Danville. Ii visiting her aunt, Mrs. Belle Henderson, for a few days. Rev. Frank N. Tlndsr filled hU regular appointment at Fairvicw on the fourth Sunday. Mr. Joe Archer and Robert Brown of Villa Grove Illinois, are here vis- disc-harro- w, culti-packe40-Oliv- row-plant- er, one-hor- se er Tcateraville, ppent Saturday, night and Sunday with her mother Mrs. J. S. Schooler. Miss Mary Day und Mr. John Tatem surprised their friends a few weeks ago by driving to Richmond and being married. Mrs. Hunter Davis and littl daughter, and Miss Allene McCulley of near Buckeye, are visiting Mr. Bob Price's family for a few days. COULD HARDLY BRAN AND CLOVER FOR SHEEP, Nothing Better for Ewes With Lambs During Winter Season Supply Beet of Hay. i i NEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE Bu STAND ALONE Terrible Saffemg From Htadaclic, Sidtacbe, Backiche, and by Cardsi, Sara Tkii Texas Lady. Weak-Relieved ; MAN OF LANCASTER, KY. Feed straw, fodder and stubble grasses during the winter, but tohis uncle, "Mr. John Land Friday. die last week. on Suturday. OonaUw, Tex. BOURNE. Mrs. MInal Pht2-poward sprlug ewe with lamb should Miss Lenna Hollon spent the week Mr. Dock Simpson has been ill for of this place, writes: "Flvo years Wm, Mnrshbanks Mr. and Mrs. have the best of clover buy, end here. the past two weeks. ago I was taken with a Ida la wr nay, one feed per day, Nothing Is betMr. nnd Mrs. Irvln Blakeman wcreWere inTTerea, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moberley, Messrs heft side. It was right under say ter for them than bran and clover with Mrs. W. M. Duncan, Sunday, War Conference Day at Lancaster, j for,iU. S. Sebastian left rib. It would commence with itu hoy. Otis StotU, and-rfMr. and Mrs. W. II. Coulter were) rludion, llutl.e. and Farnau. August 8th. ' ... motored to Wilmore Sunduy to at- aching T f t up into my left C l. I.... Mr. Frank Land purchased a calf Willi relatives in jesjuimnu ouuuu, McWJiorter U the guest Mr. John shoulder and on down into my back. tend the Camp Meeting; BEST FEED FOR YOUNG PIGS Land. r. of Mr. Hiram War Conference Day at Lancaster, of his brother, Mr. Cnnon McWhor-ttMesdames Joslah McCulley, Allen Dy that time the pain would be so Musters Jamen It. and Robert. Lee Skim Milk and Middlings Aro Exes), August 8th. the whooping Teater, Harvey Teater, Hobart Tea-tc- r, severs I would have to, taki to bed, Anion are ill with Ry. Wanted. lllfh.it market - Wnr Conference Day lent Jutt After Weaning Feed Minnie McCulley and Misses and suffered usually about three dayj cough. Day, Four Times price, iludtun, llujhei and Farnau. August 8th. -Hcrnice and Bessie Teater were ...I wiffered this way for threo years, The Misses Simpson of near Lan . .1 t W r. nu . got A number of people from hero at. guests of Mrs. Lucas Foster, Thurs- and Weak toI be a mere alioleton and was itnurs.... sin. f fc e Skim milk and middlings make about tended Cump Meeting at Wilmore, of M h so could hardly stand olono. week-enof hi. mother.' day. .ti ua best feed for young pigs after Was not able to uo aDywbere and had Sunday. ' W. P. Anderson. Mre. weaning. When first weaned tbey Mr. and. Mrs. Curtis East and little to let my bouse work go. ..I suffered v,,,"t l'u ml"J with a pain In my biuk Mr. and Mrs.' Elbert Jennings of should bo fed four times a day, givMr. and Mrs. John Roberts spent son, Alexander, of Cincinnati, and awfulthe headache all the time. and I ing only a small Quantity each time. Kast Hickman were visiting- relatives Saturday night and Sunday with herlwh"' Mdns, valval b.an m.al, Mrs. Bettle East of Jesamine, were bad usable to do a thing. MyI just Ufa was poultry f. ad. When well started, three feeds a day of lower "Garrard last week. daughter, Mrs. Jim Holman. here Saturday and Sunday for the was a misery, my stomach got la nn are eeoegh. ana iiuason, nunti awful condition, caused from taking Mrs. Sam Speaks was nt home the Mrs. Robert Reynolds has returned funeral of Mr. Smith Hurt. so much medlelae. I suffered so much . Mr.' and Mn. Wm. Whittaker were latter part of last week but has re- to her home' at' Berea after a pleasMr. and Mrs. Frun'c Jj'.nd, Mr. and pain. I had Just about given up all OUTDOOR EXERCISE FOR PIGS guests of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Whjt-take- r, Mrs. Chas Grow and children, Messrs bopei of our setting anything to bslp turned to Lexington to the bedside ant vTtit here with relatives. Friduy night. of her mother, Zack Hester spent Saturday pCharle and Howard Land nnd Mia tae. Mrs. Animals Mould Bo Protected From One day a Birthday Altr.inac waj Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone and evening with Miss Minnie Calico, Cold .Wl4 or Hot Sun Limit Mr. II. Mr Kurti and son, Master Iuex Land were entertained Thurs- thrown ia my yard. After readlag Mrs. Homer Humphrey spent Satur- who is very ill at this writing. William, were In Harrodtburg on day, by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark. Its testimonials I decided to try Car-day and Sufiday with Mr. and Mrs. am to thankful tbat'I did. duL of business last Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. John Hibbard Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Mes- for I tad began to improve wha oa the Oatdoor exercise U beneficial, bat J. E. Sherrow of Little Hickman. McWhorter were week end guests of Bliss, El dames Robert Davis and Harold seeeftd bottle... I am. now a, wait Mr. Charles Land of Fort theiridt b protected from cold her sister, Mrs. A. T. Bowling. Paso, Texas, is here on a furlough Keenon and Miss Iva Hollon were wecMa and feeling fine sad the etire-bw44s or fretti .Very hot sua. If the MANSE. bees do m ! turned1 but with, bar with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson htwo years Mroaaeat for It has bse slaee my awful bad health. CUNNS CHAPEL. not tire tier a very larpa rft&ge at Davis add daughter; Thursday Land, Mrs. Holman is still very ill. , I win always praise ana reeoscid tot, ns she Is likely- to (Mf t too Ux H 73 Mr. Charles Land was a guest of - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land, Mr. and OweUtL" Try Cwdul today. Mr. Hiram Land had a fine cow to Mrs. Henry Creech was In Berea' ad uuJuly tlrMita yeutif. .. " t, first-crop 4 1 Al-thd f"' ' fit, - v Tna Central Record, Thursday, Aug I, 1918. THE LITTLE HOUSE By GERALDINE MACK. (Coprrlght, by the McClure per Brndlrata.) Ntwtpf REAL FARM AT STANFORD Little Miss Gatcwood Bailey U lit with whooping cough. Mr. J. C. Hnyj tsi spending n week at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Elizabeth Carter Is visiting relatives and friends in Louisville. Mis Minnie Hurley U the ugest of Mrs. R. R. Houripan, nt Lebanon. Miss Ruth Darnell of Shclbyville, is tbc guest of Miss Annie McKinncy. Mrs. Edd Wilkinson is visiting her husband at Lebanon for several days. Miss Lucy Peterson, of Midway, is the guest of Mrs. W. K. Warner this week. Mrs. ftetllc Larue of Louisville, Is here for a visit . to relatives nnd friends. Miss Belie Denny has returned after n visit to Mrs. W. P. Givcns.near Shelby City." Mrs. Wesley D. Embry of Frankfort, is the guest of Mrs. Joe T. Em bry and family. Dr. and Mrs. Lee Huffman of Lex ington have been guests of Mrs. Amanda Cooper. Mrs. Mary Burch has been ill at her apartment in the college building1 for several days. Mrs. J. W. Ireland and children of Bellevue, spent several days here last week with friends. Miss Martha McClary islhe guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Ycager, nt ' Fondc, Bell County. Mrs. Frank .Phillips has been the recent guest of her mother, Mrs. Em ma Daniels, at Lancaster. Miss Elizabeth Hunn has returned to Louisvillle to resume her work, after a vacation of a week. Miss Willie K. Hocker of Kansas City, Mo., is the guest of Mcsdamcs T. A. Klce and C. E. Tate. Mr, T. P. Hubble of Louisville, has accepted the position as foreman in thn Interior Journal office. Mr Samuel G. Castcllo, of near Harodsburg, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. N. Menefee. Mr C. F. Allen of Lexington, has returned 10 this city to"asist J. L. Bcazlcy in the rale of Pianos. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bruce, Miss Ella Mae Saunders and Mr. Stewart spent Sunday in Richmond. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph of Lancasguest of Dr. ter, ws3 the week-en- d and Mrs. Weber, at the Hunn House. Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington and children will return to their ' home in Barbourville, W. Va., thp first of the week. Mrs. N. W. Fowle who has been ill for several weeks is not improving as rapidly as her friends would' like to see her. Mrs. T. W. Jones has returned fronr Walton, where she was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Norman. Miss Lucile Van DeVcer has re- -, turned to her home at Richmond after a visit to Miss Blanche VanDc-veand other friends. Mrs. E. T. Carter and children have returned to their home at Evansville Ind., after a visit to her mother, Mrs. L. R. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dudderar and family, of Montgomery Ala., who have been Ilere with relative and friends, have returned home. Mrs. W. II. Shanks has returned from Richmond where sho was called by tho illness of her mother, Mrs. T. E, Baldwin, who is very much Kdwln William, bachelor, millionaire, clubman, Harvard '12, coif expert and rrntlrmnn, rat rradlng iin In the Ynkum Dfllly. It rood thus: "For wile, Little House In the Wood, nit modern cfrnTenlences, trill toll at mcrtllce. Inquire Ml Iunlc Lor Imi. Tel. 80 Main." In tho Wood, Kunlco Little Houco Loveless As I repealed the word orer to myself I found them to my liking, fiarcly tho owner of such a name must lie enchanting. Why shouldn't I about the I.lltlo House In the Wood? I would, nnd I did. Making my way to tho telephone, I gavefhe nnmher to the operator. After n fnnc nn'd patient wait it rippling "IIcllo cnme over tho wire. Where hnit I heard that volee before? Aht I Remembered. It wan the Tolce of the Clrl to whom I had sought an Introduction nil reason. "Hello, U thin 111m Eunice Lotc-le"It li.M Again thnt rippling Toice, wlilcn enl jny lieart Into my mouth. "This la Jlr. Kdwln Wllham apeak-InI linTe rend your advertisement nnd am IntrrrsM In the Little Houpo In tho Wood." "I would be very rind to show you the place at your convenience, Mr. Wllham." N At my convenience! My convenience would be nny time. "Ill ! out on tho next train, Mis Loveless? "Very well, re r. flood-bye.- A DCTION W. B. The Ed Perkins or Maynard Land , ONE MILE FROM CAMP.DICK ROBINSON. BEST SECTION IN GARRARD COUNTY; BEST SECTION OF KENTUCKY; BEST SECTION OF THE WORLD, , v "Oood-bye.- " Iooklng at my watch, I found It to be 1:1.'. I hnd Jut enough time to catch the 1 :2. out. v Aa I stepped off the train at Toknm I looked around. There at the end of ' the platform was Miss Eunice Loveless. She was'drrcscd In blue and looked very young and rnr. As I advanced townrd her, she smiled and said: "Mr. Edwin Wllham. I liellcvcr "Tea, nnd this Is Miss Eunice Loveless," said 1, ndinlrlns her dimples, her tray eyes and the Mnck hair so becoming beneath the trim blue hnt. "Von know. Miss Ixiveless, I saw yon at tho club dance last month and. liecause I was obliged to leave suddenly, I never knew your name." I thought It best not to add that I had done my best to find nut, though. She laughed and Jumped Into the little racer, and we started off. The ride to the little house In the wood was very beautiful, The river, along which the road ran, extended as clear and as still as glass. The air wrfs soft and 184-acre- s shores very silent. is the The bouse was but 10 minutes' distance from the station, and as .we neared It tho girl nt the wheel cried: "Behold! Little House In the Wood." 7 7 The house stool on a knoll surrounded by pine treesroverlooktng the river. There were rows of Imxwood bordering the driveway from the low, spacious vernndn to the river mad. to-da- y The house was for the greater part covered with Ivy. "How's the first Impression," asked Miss Loveless, the trim little hnt on ono car., the dimples coming and going, and the gray eyes sparkling. "Fine." nld I. "Von must come around to see Jhe swimming tank." wild she, leading the ' way to the bnck lawn. "That settles It. I'll take It because of the swimming pool,", said I. o The dimples came and went. "I you will think It funny of me to want to sell this place, when my father gavo It to me this season. I'll tell you the deep, dark truth. If yon'll RU&H! promise not to tell." crop- I promised. "Well It's this wny. I entered my horse 'Jose Sun' In the Vokum races. I was aure of his winning, so I bet on him, '.lose Snn finished about half n neck behind 'Junior' tho winner." Ilere sbo looked nt me, the grny eyes wldo nnd tho red lips itontlng. Who could stand such a pout? Who could scold such n chnrmlng child ns shot Not I, so I 'only grinned nnd told her thnt I would bo out that night with tho money to close the deal. I "felt rather guilty when I snld thnt.'for tho ENOS SPSNCtH. rmUu deal could havo been closed then nnd lrMbWaa CIIAS. C. IIAHRIS, there. M. U. LIMUKY, SxraLij veThnt night n I drew up to the randa, sho stood In the. doorway. The light from tho hnll fell on her hnlr, and outlined her "dainty, attractive, girlish figure. As alio greeted mo lier eyes looked very gray, nnd her hnlr very blnck. Tho dimples came nnd went, nnd she INSTITUTION. Ot LEARNING A REGULARLY INCORPORATED led mo Into tho library, she looked LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY very smnll nnd lovely nnd helpless. 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.toffic. Aa I hnnded her the money she Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service to sob. "Oh. Mr. Wltham. who desire to oualify for either or both lines of I,don't want It to go. Ilqt I need the positions. All money, so I suppose It must. If I only employment should write for full information at once. had conrngo to tell Had about the race." The light had gone from her eyes, tho dimples from the soft cheeks, nnd tho smnll mouth quivered. Without thinking, I rushed to her. I took her In my orms, crushed her to me, and snld over nnd over, "Eunice dearie, tt doesn't have to go. It will be your nnd mine. The Little Ilouse In the Woods.' Look nt me, darling, nnd let me find my answer In your sweet eyes." As she lifted her eyes to mine, I saw that the light had come back to them. But It was n different light, brlghtec niid warmer, and I knew that light Residence Phone 33. Office Phone 18. burned for me. As I crushed her to me, she whispered my name as If It were a thing sacred, adored, revered, and loved. It was my answer. "The Little Urate In the Wood" wu Bay bride's to be and Blse. d and one of the BEST FARMS in the section. . MONDAY. AUG 10:00 A. .M. RAIN OR SHINE 9th Mill 1 This fine farm of to the high dollar on easy terms. now being subdivided in tracts of 25 acres up and will be sold This not only producing land, every acre of it, but land that is well located; miles from Danville, miles from Lancaster, in a neighborhood of good people the kind you like to live amongst and raise your'children with. n We contracted last Winter with the owner for the sale of this land, otherwise it would not be on the market at any price It will sell cheaper on the 12th than it will ever sell again. HANDSOME SOUVENIRS WILL BE GIVEN AT THIS SALE, AND COL. W. H. MATT- ' HEWS, THE GENIAL CAROLINA AUCTIONEER WILL DO THE SELLING. er .Each tract will have an unusually broad frontage on the pike, as this farm. is surrounded by sup-pos- I the pike on two sides, and on the third side itjborders a good gravel road. An ideal farm to subdivide. You remember the scramble last Winter for. lands; tobacco will be 25 to 50 per cent, higher this year, as it has already sold on the Carolina market 50 per cent, higher for the 1918 Buyjiow and avoid the THE UNITED REALTY 60. "SQUARE DEAL OR NO DEAL". 3C m Miss Edith Welburn, who recently graduated from tho Conservatory of Music, Louisville, has a class nt More-lan- d, and is jtroviftg herself n'very O. T. WALLACE, GENERAL MANAGER. DL71CZ3C OFFICIAL DC 31 IE PREST-Q-UT- E i Covmercial School 'am Battery Service Station All makes "of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950. 00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter, -- $500. 00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. able instructor, Mrs. Anne D. VanAsdale is visiting In Harrodsburg. She was accompanied there Sunday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. H. J, McRoberts and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pliillips. Misses Satlio Burdctte, Allie Russell Fish, Katie Lynn Wood and Maymo Singleton have returned home from the Eastern State Normal at Richmond, where they have beep taking a summer course. Mrs. C. R. Coleman and Miss Elsie Coleman left the flrst of tho week for Staunton and Petersburg, Vn., where at the former place will visit Clinton Coleman, and at the latter place, Lieut. Harris W. Coleman, at Camp Lee. W. 0. RIGNEY. v-- FuneraL Director and Enibalmer. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Danville Buick Go Walgut Street. 31 L B. CONN, Proprietor. 1 Danville, Kentockyr i II II "ii ir dova a calti's taroat cnr4 few U Sim. a waterdrM In ssa cores prevtBU cholus, dlirrboea sad otbcrcblck dlMancs. Oaa tec bottla makes W Fallen of uedlclee AX all dnurht. SaaiBle aad book lit oa''W-tuMrowlf'1 scat FKBK. Gf , lufeM, I. tvrkeft tf mwhk ream cum IE 3C The Central Rsco.rcl,. Thursday, Aug FOR AMY SUMMER OCCASION" 1 , 1918. JAM fluid di Miiimui BHMHnsjnjsUHUK, The rloht thlno to wear for every occasion of the lummer It often a difficult problem. When It can be tolved by one frock, the happy possessor of that particular dress know real bliss. One such frock U shown here ready at the Instant for wear at luncheon, midsummer garden fete or for dining and dancing at any smart country club. It Is exquisitely charming with the filmy lace trimming on net. WILLOW WARE FOR B' DaIaI a! 1 11 a linn I TO GET OUT BIG VOTE Washington, July 20th. -- From n btil In John Hupkfnt Hospital, Hnltintoro, where Qhe M. Jnmos e nvlclnj; front if prAtenjfed 11' nets. Kentucky's senior Senator, wlu f r tho second tlma Is eerrtldnle fi-- r the Democratic nora'aafion for United States Senator, dlctiitej the following letter Hint will be tnt to ench Democratic county clisi.nan 'n Kentucky and to a number of Democratic Jinders in the CojnmonwnHh; My Dear Sir nnil Friend: You doubtless nra nwnro that I llab an opponent for the nomination for United States'Ser.Mor In tho coming primary, Saturday August 3d. on the part of my friondr may result in ninny voter .'ollinp. to participate in the piimary. inch n rrnt result might not only be in disadvantage, but the reflex uctlon of a light primary vote In the Novem.be? election Is to be avoided in the Interest of our splendid ndmlnltr2tion, which So jurtly deserve thu Indorsement always implied from enthusiastic party support. I wiin you would 1 good enough to see ta It that all of my friends arc gotten ti the polls. I feel that the people of Kentucky arc for me, and If they know 1 have an 'opponent they will be very eager to express their will My recent illness will . prevent mo from returning to the State before the primary, much to my disappoint menl aiul regret. I knov you and the people of your county arc quito familiar with my record, and few would be willing to see me defeated simply because of nn My Illness that I could nol prevent. fecord as n Democrat and n public sen-an- t Is one in which I takj pride. It has been for the people, mid t know Uie President will say se, if ho were asked, that no man has rupiiort-e- d him mora loyally than I, ami besides this 1 have had fifteen yencs experience, which will be Inestimable value 4o our State and jH'opV in the days of reconstruction thnt will come. Assuring you of my warmest friendship, I am, very truly your friend, OLUK M. JAMES. irirk -1 H U1A1KHAN " JfTl .- THE KENGAELAN, LANCASTER, KY. TABLE De- Charming and Decorative, as scribed by Authority on the Home Beautiful. Saturday, Aug 24th, at 2:30 P M. On account of the health of both myself and wife we have decided to retire from active business and will sell our hotel and restaurant business to thq highest bidder on the above date. THE KENGARLAN HOTEL IS A MODERN FOUR STORY BRICK BUILDING AND LARGE BASEMENT UNDER THE ENTIRE BUILDING WHICH REALLY MAKES A Hare you ever seen a table set with willow ware? If you have you know Iiow attractive It can be, notes More people should realize ii writer. the charm of this .willow ware. For In using It It 1st possible to get a refined and artistic effect at the lowest possible price. It Is charming used In on all blue woodining room with dwork and furniture. Or It might be used In a dining: room with gray walls, blue hangings and furniture of mahogany, or In a dining room done In blue and Inn. In a room with this color scheme there was n golden tan wainscoting, a blue green and tan foliage upper, a cream celling, a blue rug and oak furniture. And In an 'absolutely neutral room, blue and white china can lie used. Vou see, there Is quite a scope. Table runners, luncheon cloths, or dollies are effective treatments to accompany this china. The sideboard or the buffet may boast a piece of It, an additional bit of plain blue pottery and some brass. Beware of "handsome" appurtenances when using blue china tbey might quarrel. Let simplicity be the keynote. white-painted CARE OF SHOES AND GLOVES Scarcity of Material, High, Price and Cost of Cleaning, Should Be Considered. - Women are learning to be careful ot gloves these days.- One may not pick up a pair of white kid dress gloves for a song, and even the price of dry cleaning has gone up. The best way this year Is to purchase soverol pairs of really good gloves and- make them give the best service by taking Infinite, care of them, repairing the least rip Instantly, by smoothing the gloves cut Hat and never rolling them Into a PROPKIETOR wad, by protecting them from wet on rainy .days and by having them ' denned beforo they get so soiled that j hard rubbing Is necessary. Shoes also J will receive extra care and uttentlon J this year, Every pair will bo- neatly treed while not la use, oil will be J rubbed Into the leather to keep It soft and pliable and shoes will be ex- -' ch aged for slippers the moment one comes "Into the house. The heavy laced sport shoes for rough weather wear will stand much hard usage, but dainty buttoned boots for formal wear Whale (aten by Many. should be carefully protected by rub- Tho Indians of the Pacific coast bo-bers when pavements are damp: fare tho white man ciimu hunted the A shoe w)U Just long-o- r wlmle in their swift, and look better wldle It lusts than row canoes, killing it with light one that 1 treated without the respect' poous. For miiny yrurs whale meat o footwear should have these days of was used lurgely by them. The high prices. for centuries haw eilten whale beef. Among the nations of Europe od in,'' iwt. THINGS THAT ARE IN VOGUE u nn bccn """" ' Jnp-Innes- FIVE STORY BUILDING. It has.26 bed rooms, with large parlor, 2 dining rooms, ofie for the restaurant the other for Hotel, however adjoining and connecting, large Jritchen, five large sample rooms in basement, boiler room, bakery (the only one in the County) four storage rooms, linen closets on each floor. Steam heated thi&ughout, hot and cold water in every room, public bath and toilet on every floor, three rooms equipped with private bath. Electric bell service and all rooms wired for tele phone. Slop sinks on every floor, in fact every convenience as we had never considered for one minute the idea of ever selling our place tf business. The Kengarlari with the adjoining lot rfbw used for garden will be sold together under one bid, the business lot facing on Richmond street will be sold separately. The hotel furniture and stock of goods in Restaurant and Confectionery will nqt be sold at this, sale but will make good price and terms to purchaser of hotel property. Rates $3 and $3.50 per day and as any traveling man will tell you we are full all the time Had expected to enand frequently have to secure rooms outside to take care of our trade. large our building, in fact have the plans for same at this time and have the ground which wiH.be sold with the building. Lancaster is located on the L. and N. R. R. and is one of the best towns in Central Kentucky, a population of about 2000, in one of the richest counties in the State. The Kengarlan is the only Hotel in Lancaster. Will gladly compare receipts with any Hotel in the State located in a town with a population of five thousand. one and two years with Terms one third cash October 1st, when possession is 6 per cent, interest on deferred payment with lien retained. $1000 cash payment or approved bond on day of sale. Any further particulars call or address given,-balance ' Company. Said the cynical one; "A mnn Is known by the company ho keeps usually despised Cy the company his wife keeps for a few weeks during the summer, and feared by the company daughter keep three, evening a week. Bsglns With th Individual. T reform a world, to reform a nation, no wise twin will undertake; and ol hut foolish men know that the only solid, though fsr Mower reformation. Is what each begins and perfects on himself. T. Carlyle. Do In Warfare. Some of the mat beautiful as well as some of the most tragic stories ' war have for n hero the shaggy, faithful, uncomplaining figure of a dog IJke men, thejr Me at tbelr posts, eo that there Is constant call for more soldier dogs. R. Zimmer Will appreciate it if my friends among the traveling public and hotel men vjll aid me in securing a good hotel man to buy the Kengarlan, as I believe that I have one of the best paying hotels in the State and will be glad to produce evidence to one interested. Would consider small farm in Central Kentucky as part payment. PLEASE DISPLAY IN HOTEL-LOBBY- . Uses for Turpentine. drops (ceven or eight) of turpentine on. sugur swallowed slowly twliv a day will euro tbe most severe sore throat. A LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. or J. S. Haseden, ' 'tw Community of Interests. The rhinoceros bird feeds on tho Insect parasites that Infest the hide of the great beast, and In return by (lying nway nt the least alarm, warns Its host of the approach of danger. on arrangement to the mutual advantage of bird and rhinoceros. Hi,htttlt A eMtAJNtrf PftOCNft el The Unlelnt Process Ii or floors, doors and s! fist surfscci idaptrd to a lutursl hardwood finish. Costs shout 2c a square foot, Is easily applied snJ dneaqulcklyi washabland It IH flllB,lr4dribl. N'a)tl), X.Chi-N?.mcl5tor- -i I ! French blue Is In demand for llouses. Silk faille is liked for smart sum-ie- r suits. Net embroidered la high relief Is a favorite trimming; on French lingerie. jvv- -s ior wwtir uuu Iteie' resemble those for women. getta, taffeta aad gresgraln ura used with fcerge to giro b. gown great i I ihj CHehet Country of Little Water. AIun has bvii .uil-- i the land of the "great unwashed," and It Is said that In somo parts of tho country water retails at $1 a bucket. In Mill other sections clothes nre wnshed In ,J)e rlvttril uuJ wmuvn huw ucv,n wn "treading blankets" when tho water was so cold as to turn their feet und ankles beet red. The All-Year-'Ro- una Soft Drink r; i ne unusual eon urinK vun lite aeiigntiui true ttM) hopi flavor. Approved for use by the Government end immensely popular in U, S. cantonments, w and vith tha American Public beswueai Dcvo ia pare wholly free from bacteria, such as evH '' milH or vatcr may conkin. men-o'-wnr History Gardens. . Gurdeiis In Jiiiun urc Inlil out so ns to suggest scenes In Japanese history. Miniature landscapes uro arranged so as to recall spots In history, mid suggest the events thut have t nit I'D place there. Credit Where Due. A student, coming to u hard question on his examination paper, wroto for his nnswer: "Oo only knowH, I dnii.'t.n The miner cariitt liueii u llli tha 'following correction In the professors hundwrltlug: "Ood gets the credit you don't." Uoston Tranrcrlpt. 'flu-r- e a iwi ,j ,uir wi uti im riejit't IflU ia i t.c rcS,nl la it cciSttS u s a s u,iauil, 101 Stilci i Icutlir ilvm all. t,4 ifnlc ,n4 lttii ulisa41i. ,TU OUt Vtn- l- C , CttluJ li St iv fjUMHMtaiit' SteereleH Jackets bare full gath Custom Borrowed From Nature. ered. capes and are oftea made of ettaBtaag. The cradling system was borrowed Civilized und savage Maple frocks ot stlk or cbltfea bare from Nature. a.Kett Important pkee la the ftMemer rocked their babies. The AmerlruH Indian woman swung, her papoose to" the It stay be that tbe persistence of the beading boughs of the trees and Islly fiiaWau" ay 1 n measure pre W JU wtad do the rockteg. The In,vet a reeHrreace of last year's "sum-we- r dian mother bad seen tbe cradle nest of the oriole or perhaps the prehensile Tge, vlreo. It was an Getoeed umbrellas, both for rain and aest of tbe fer etilwe, are u gr- -t tu.ue and will easy suggestion, and the metheni living next U Nature took quick advantage, Atesert thejt''XKWOM l Goes especially well vith light repasts cold cuts of meat, clfing-Uhdainties, fish and other sea food dishes, salads, etc, Order by the case for your heme, Served everywhere families supplied by groeen, drujgiets or dealers. I MarciirJ snJ hjitUJ ;rlw(y ii) 4i I I Anheuser-Busc- h Stint Louie !, Crab Orchard BottUiX'o. Distributors CRAB ORC1IAK1), KY. f fr" red-eye- d - 4ti Study Msthtmstlcs Is no brunch of solid knowl- eue mm is not iwseq on mainemaiics. Thut l true of electrleitjr 1st a very antoble degree, It Is trw"f physjes, mechaatcs Hnd all the arts of eenetrue-Men- , And there Is no man whose thinking Is as true, unwavering, dtreet, clear und straight to the pelat as Is that of the matbeawitlctan. To get cobwebs out of your bruin study any branch of nwtI.emnU',-s- , We have proven the cietllcnce of urm'iliri, rj.jttwU and 01 h-- .' by actual tut, just Si we um t Imj oecidc tn hsrul.t an convinced, bcioie article, that it must aifoid our cusmnim tbe uunost vajus iq (fi tutir meaey. We your quiclily tcscli you to Hours sad refinnh your fumitura t l.jine jasUv. BMRiiucntly, siid cheaply with tu . Ctkr VwwmiI ' .. nil. ' but. Ct-tfl- wn, 0M lid Alimliu- -,i Uln Ina.i, Srici'SHf, rf- Mcfletttrts Drug Sttrc. - sb.