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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 8, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918080801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 8, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWBNTY NINTH THAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 8, 1918. NUMBER IS. E'liON,E.,P. Anoincr MORROW HERE HORRIBLE. 4 prospective candidate for governor in the person of the ;e.vr y mJX, X SSt Hon, Edwin P. Morrow has been a THOMAS DISHON KILLS HIS visitor In' our town during the post two days on lego! business. Mr. WIFE INSTANTLY Morrow has many friends here who will always give him the glad hand THEN IUkNS WEAPON ON SELF RE nnd many who would like to vote for him for governor, should he de SULTING IN HIS DEATH FORTY THE UNIVERSAL CAR cide to enter the race again. He EIGHT HOURS LATER. went to Lexington yesterday but ha Take good enrf of your Ford. The war .s ( (no turn Section prcm.scd to return today and give u Karat lee S.wmr reduc.ng the output of motor cars, therefore .Mnlntf a patriotic ndures3 nt the War ConfwcrVirtUr.iidtlT.. in:s community ana city wcro Ete that y ur present Ford is kept in smooth ference which is In session today. thoroughly shocked nnd horrified 4rr. C R.k.o.1 null Inn rillojit ui bndnt talu. will, running condition that you may get the full .kit, insi ounany aiternoon when it was tntisfactary service It is built to give. Bring lierald abroad that Thomas Dlshon, RED CROSS NOTES it to us that our experienced workman may keep ; aged about 44 years and son of Mr, It in first class condition. They know how to Work In the Garrard County Chap and Mrt. Wiley Dishon, of this county do it. ' Wc use only genuine Ford materials nnd ter of the Red Cross is progressing had shot nnd instantly killed his wife, mnke Ford factory prices. Let us take care of nicely and much work hns been near their home two yuur Ford and it will serve you fine every daj turned off during the past ten days. caster on the Crab miles from Lan Orchard pike. in the year. Dy working every day the chapter very certain kind of farming implements After fir.'ng four shots into her body, has completed 200 hospital shirts in . either of which would have proved one week. Its full quotas of ICO hard to get. If you and need fatal, he turned the deadly weapon GARAGE. boys undershirts were shipped last upon himself, inflicting one wound, LANCASTER, KY. week; sixty-fiv- e more sweaters were anything in this Hue, give us your now. which proved fatal, he dying from Itr. rent this week, making a total of effect Tuesday evening nt eight 130 which have been shipped out of o clock, quota of 260, which was asked the The killing took place obout eight to be in by September 1st. All work o'clock Sunday afternoon when many ers are asked to bring their scissors people were passing in automobiles. with then) to the lied Cross rooms. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson were returning from Crab Orchard LIVE 'AND LET LIVE FOLKS. JUDGE CARROLL HERE. and witnessed the horrible tragedy, Following up his usual custom of being only a few yards away. Neighbors who lived near heard IE IE DEE3EE visiting his friends throughout the g screams of the poor district at least every two years, the Judge John D. Carroll dropped into woman, for before the fatal shots u. Opera House, Friday Night See Bale ttea for Lancaster last Tuesday and was ming- were fired, he hod first tied her with & Farnau. the Heart of n Slacker. Hudton, Hugh ling with his friends here most of a rope in the barn and had gone to his house, which wns about two hunTO FARMERSi NOTICE Seed the day. Judge Carroll is promil'.cmcmbcr the date of "I'crahings Wheat cltantd to your order.. .It nently mentioned as a candidate for dred yards away, to get his pistol, Ballard. Wheat Flour, the belt BOARD OF INSTRUCTION Crutadvrs" nt Romans Opera House pays to ricl.in your wheat. the democratic nomination for gov. with which to end her life. It was made, Ballard. Corn Flour, the belt while being tied, that her screams Wednesday, Auguat Nth. You may Hudioq, Hughe 4V Farnau. crnor, although he told a representasubstitute for Wheat Flour, Kiln tive of this paper that he was not as attracted the neighbors, but before tee your son, brother or sweetheart Named By Local Selective Board. dried corn meal. they could reach her, she had rein this great picture. Matinee 2:30 yet an avowed candidate. RECORD W. S. S. SALES . Hudson, Hughes' St Farnau. Under instructions and with the and night at 8 o'clock. He has been nominated and elect- leased herself and ran rapidly down Hcceipts of $16,431,933, July 0, ed Judge of the Court of Appeals the road, trying perhaps to reach the sanction of Provost Marshal, General RAINEY-HENDR- EN. and Thrift-Stam- p from twice without opposition in his own home of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor House, E. H. Crowder, the Local Selective At I need the money to meet sales were the largest of any single party or from the republicans, and who lived near by. She was over- Hoard has named a Board Of Instrucmy city bills, I would be c'od day since these securities were offer has many friends throughout the taken in the road by Dishon, and tion whose duties it is to prepare the Another wartime wedding, excitwhile he held her by one hand he selectives pryor to their call into ac ing an unusual Amount of interest if those indebted to mo, would cd to the public. Sales during the state who would like to see him fired the fatal shots. She still had tive service. The plan is to include was solemnized last Thursday afterfirst 'nine days of July totaled please call and settle. the rope tied about her body, when all such measures as are best calcu noon at the home of the brides parRella Arnold Francis. removed from the street into the lated to prepare the selectives to go ents, Mr. undMrs.J. T. Rainey, when VOLUNTEERS CALLED house. to camp willing, loyal, inteligent, their daughter, Miss Lida Taylor Dishon was found lying only clean nnd sober, and thus better fit Rainey, was united in marriage to Dr FOR SPECIAL TRAINING. yards away, with one shot a few them in his for rapid progress in their mili- Jesse J. Hendren, of the United When asked why the rone tary education Two colored boys have volunteer- abdomen. after joining the States Navy. was on his wife, he replied and told army. ed for special training, as Auto Only the close friends and relatives This board will perform its work were gathered in the parlor of Mr. and wilt be sent to Pine In detail how he had tied her in the Bluff, Arte, on August 14th. Un- - barn, nnd how she escaped while he by individual interviews and group Rainey beautiful home, on Stanford meetings with the selectives, by giv- street, :j to, witness the ceremony dcr another call for special mcchan- - went for the pistol. He asked that a doctor be sent for ing advice and instruction on all which was 'spoken by the brides pasics.to report at Indianapolis, on August 14th, the following volunteers and that he be given something to re- subjects that are necessary and use- tor, Rev. Ji It. Moorman. While, the familiar but jever beauful to their future military life. from Cluss one will be sent; Roy W. lieve his suffering. rcjin Lohen-grin- " His wife had gone to the barn' to Estridgc, Pulnt Lick, Ernest Colston, The following compose the Board tiful "Bridal March Crab Orchard, Ky., Thos. E. Ralston, milk and it was while performing of Instruction for Garrard county, as was rendered by Miss Helen Gill, the couple entered, attended by Paint Lick, Ky and Chester Lewis these household and farm duties that named by the Local Board: of this city. These are to report to he tied her with tho rope. Rev. J. R. Moorman, Chairman, Miss Coustance Alexander of WilThey had returned from Wilmore Hon. L. L. Walker, Rev. II. S. Hud- - more, and Mr, Owen S. Hendren. the Commanding Officer of Detach- mcnt No. 2. On the same date one about one hour before the' shooting son, Mayor John M. Duncan, Mr. J. l .the words of tle impressive ceremony were pronouncUj&blcp, united mnn will be sent to Auburn, Ala., atwhcre they had spent the day, Mr. W. Miller and Dr. J. A. Amon. M8- - S. C. Rigsby, accompaning these1 young people by Upmost the Polythcchnlc Institute to do d penter duty. This honor has been them over and back. the fond SOLBIER DROWNED of all ties, rrianyy.-efe- , Mrs. Dishon was 33 years old, and hopes and prayers which;, went out given to Charley Creech, of Lancaswas the daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Looses Life at Camp Beauregard, La. for their happiness and well being. ter Route No. 1. The Jbrlde was lovely.' in a travelThe Hoard has received orders to William Conn, formerly of this counA telegram to his father last Tues- ing suit and hat of dark, brown .and reclassify those of the 1017 regis- ty, but now living in Wilmore. She o trants who have the least dependants, had many relations in this and ad day brought the sad news that together with the groom in his us a call for Kentucky uniform of an officer in the to furnish joining counties and was a woman of Rcathcr Long, aged 23 years, son of striking 10,000 men in Augurt. means that splendid character and well liked by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long of this United States Navy, made (his country will send its largest num- - 'ler neighbors and all with whom she county had drowned at Camp Beaure- -' picture. gard, La., in the St. Charles river last Immediately after the ctremony ber We are Informed that the coun- -' came in contact, Sunday afternoon, while bathing. the radiant young couple went to T,le remains were taken to ty is now about 43 men behind in its This will naturally have to more Monday afternoon where the He was suddenly seized with cramps Danville where they took the train and drowned before assistance could for New York. took place Tuesdny be made up and those that have Miss Lida Rainey is the only dough placed in Class one should .shr is survived by four sisters reach him. Rcather was the second son of Mr. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rainey. She is nd four brothers, bo expected to bo called during the Dithon was removed to the home and Mrs. Long and was sent 'from a young lady of much beauty nnd acpresent month. ' " of ''is parents, who live two miles .this county to Camp Taylor on May complishments, possessing qualities 25th, last. He was afterwards trans- which have endeared her to old'nnd 8Ume pike' ARMYMF 5,000,000 HEN. fur sommoned nnd ferred to Camp Beauregard. A letter young alike and which will make" her I to his father came the day a helpful and lovable companion. CAYS rPNPDAl UADril IM iiDriMr,0Vcrvthing known to the science was from him uniw uuiLiinu inn nun in unuillU resorted to in order to save his life. before the announcement of his Dr. J. J, Hendren, Senior Surgeon PROMPT ENACTMEMT OF NEW Dut ho asked to die and said it was death, ,in which he said he was en- on the U. S.S.Albany, bearing the the quickest way to(end it all. He joying the soldier life to the fullest rank of Lieutenant Senior Grade, has MANPOWER BILL and that none of the family should seen quite a little servlco since the WASHINGTON, Aug 7 In urging and will bo burled in tho Lancaster worry about his health as he was war began, having made u number of . perfectly well. trips across the Atlantic. A host of enactment of tho administration man cemetery today, The body will be brought to Lan friends wish this young couple the Mr. Dishon owned about 100 power bill extending draft ages from Taken by U. S. Signal Corps nnd Navy Photographers eighteen to forty-fiv- e years, Gen. acres of land where ho lived, and had caster and the burial will take place greatest happiness and the best of and the French General Staff. March told the Senate Military Com- - recently purchased a new Franklin in the Lancaster cemetery some time i luck and "bon voyage" on this their near the last of the week. latest and greatest .embarkation, "on mittee today that tho War Depart-- car for which he paid $1,000. Released ly the Committee on Public Information. Geo. Creel, dim. mcnt plans an armv of unnroxlmntolv ! The sympathy of the entire com- - the Sea of Matrimony." A court of Inauirv is being held I nndimunitygo out. o the distressed faml coroner. 5.000.000 doing in France The Americans as possible.men to be raised as soon beforo witnesses S. II. Anderson yes-l'- y See what our boys tho ,oss of the splendid young Opera House, Friday Night-- ; Scj were examined jmuny in the Front Line. the Heart of a Slacker. On account of some absent While realizing the importance of terday. the measure, Gen. March said he did witnesses, the inquest was postponed not believe it necessary to recall Con- -' until Friday morning nt ten o'clock, " gresa before the present recess plan I TO THE PUULICi T1h,j official picture will (ivo tho ptopla expires on August 24. providing the, AMKN AN KASY W NNKK. J of this city thatr Ifrtt opportunity of tielnc our . fn action in France) hill nll1i! hn rpnnrroH nr thut Hm. ' Senator Ollle M. James had easy to understated just what theta month of preparation liuve brMUjfht About Julv SO. fipn. Mnrrl. ,M primury alcvt in combitinc tur eatnmcw cnamyi to enable tho worker lu tho mu- tho United States reached a decision !;aili,,f in ,the Saturday, winning the nomina nition factories the toiler in lb field. In fact, every man woman and to enlarge Its military program to child who is doinu hU or her part to visualise the rerultv, of thtir labor to carry out tho policies agreed upon at ticn fcr United States Senator by the present time. They will .how thoie who to jeneroutly rubtsritied to the recent inter-allieconference at an overwhelming majority from W. of Columbus, Y. M, C. A., Paris to cpeed up prosecution the Liberty War Loauj, Red Cro. Knigh of the P. Kimball. Garrard county did her share in Salvation Army and other campaigns just what their money hai otoni' war and bring it to an early conclusalmost making his nomination unani plithod. ion. FOR THOSE WHO HAVE LISTENED TO THE LIES AN Provost Marshal General Crowder mous, he receiving 312 votes to" his Under the law" j'eu are required to come to OF THE HUN. told the committee that unless the opponents 10. The complimentary my office and list your vote Is un appreciation In which he As the legislation was acted upon quickly, it time Is limited, you wouyu necesary to have weekly rcg is held in this county and the great to call at None can afford to Miss Utrr.tJonB of, youths attaining the age record he has made at Washington. Very. Respectfully, once. The Republicans polled a very light ofrTwenty-ou- e in order to meet devota, Bruner receiving 163 vote in cents. and Admission mands for men In September, aat. W the county, while Berthurum received Co. Opera House, Friday Night See 108, giving the former a majority of All can afford to go. the Heart of a Slacker. 45 votes. . IH ). CONDITIONS ARC SUCH THAT are i are interested HASELDEN BROS. ' order Conn Brothers. rl heart-rendin- War-Savin- Romans Opera House WEDNESDAY M tf i car-iun- sa-cr- . hand-som- ' PESSHING'S OBUSADERS TVhe Following the Flag to France OVER HERE and OVER THEREi are The Truth About The War. 'x-y- D'natlc d To The Tax Payers of Garrard County: property. re requested IOTICE this. 25 35 A eaaal A. T. SCOTT. Tax Commissimir The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 8. 1918. TWO-FABRI- C FROCK It Voile and Organdie Found Harmonious for Blending. Calico It One of the Among the Favored Material!, Newcomer Orny gaberdine find navy satin are combined In this simple little frock, sleeves anil yoke being of nvy georgette. The belt, sleeve band nnd narrow border of the satin bodice are of gaberdine braided In nnVy. This dress fastens In the center back, and the pleated skirt Is drawn In luirem fash-Io- n at the hem, so ns to avoid n Hare which Is not fashionable this season. If deslreil the dress might be made np In two shades of linen with sleeves and yoke of sheer net or fine voile, or It may be entirely of satin either In one or two colors, with sleeves nnd yoke of net or georgette. Two-fabri- c dresves have bad nn amazing vogue this season, nnd n woman who Is economically Inclined may utilize the unworn part of n Inst son-o- n frock with Miftlrlcnt new materlul to piece Jt out. linen are Henvy and light-weigcombined In summer dresses; voile and crgnndle are found harmonious fub- - Tbe baud of the government, with five fingers gripping ever)- part of the continent has reached out and touched those women who have made their living by shuttling across the ocean nnd bringing bark to America what Is wanted from France. The gov- ernment hns said that no women shall have passports unless they nre going to work for the war, and even then missionthey cannot be aries or Impulsive emotionalists. They mnt be ent for by workers over there, and they mut give guarantee that the work will be dune, and that In every way they will fulfill their mis. slon to the best of their ability. Now we, like France anil England, are to be restricted. It seems a pity to many that women buyers who are willing to go to l'arl to bring bark clothes LOUISVILLE MACHINIST REGAINS VIN STRENGTH BY TAKING HEPATICA. Coaldn'l Sleep Well-- Now Wis Very Weak and Nervous All RitM. Mr. J. It. Trayler, machinist of 4th nnd K Sts., Louisville, Ky., stepped into the Tnylor Isaacs Store, Third anil Jefferson Streets, nnd said: "I want six more bottles of Vln I have ued two bottles Ilepntlca. for my nervousness, weakness back ache, loss of sleep, anil loss of appetite, and have had such good results that I want six bottles of it to make me sure that 1 will have it on hand. !l feel 100 per cent better than I did, have regained my appetite, am able to sleep, nnd am feeling stronger anil better in every way." I.Ike hundreds of others, he saw in the papers what It had been doing for the sick and suffering everywhere and he came in nnd invested it, saw it And he was a real nature remedy. tried it just like you ought to try It If you are feeling all run down, nor vous, or have any pnlns In your bark, arc bothered with indigestion or other stomach, liver, or kidney trouble. It is a mighty fine spring tonic too. It puts the pep in your step, makes you feel like a new person Come in nnd get a bottle and try it on our recommendation R. E. McRoberti, Laneaiter, Ky. Aluminum In Transformers. Aluminum has been suggested as n substitute for copper In transformer windings. Denting with heat dissiparise, comparative tion, temperature costs of the dlffe'ent materials nnd other Important factors. It nppears that the advantages are still with copper, however. Scientific American. Flth Culture. Fish culture. It Is claimed, Is an old I goes back to nn enrly dale It science In the history of China, and lis origin Is Inst In antiquity. In I'm Sleph-e- n I Jneobl, a Prussian soldier, devised a process of stripping the female tlsti of her spawn nnd thru lulling It wllh thcsnllt of the male. This simple method Is still In ue at all establishments. POINTS OF BREEDING SHEEP In Selection of Stock Consider Quali- ties the Market Demands for Mutton and Wool. UUENA VISTA Miss Ilenrettn Myers for n short visit. is at home Itev. J W. Hughes and wife, spent Saturday, with Mrs. Nettie lson. Miss Marie Itublc has returned She has from her grand mothers. nlso been attending the t'nmp meet- Graceful n great deal of fine cotton net Is used both with voile uud organdie. One of the newest comers In the field calico, which Is made la up Into charming simple little frocks, with collar and cuffs, belt, etc, of white linen or pique. Sometimes u surplice waist has long ends that continue to the buck of the frock, where they nro tied In u high, wide bow, and occasionally these ends are finished all around with uu Inch wldo ruffle of self ItuHlcs and tucks trim the fabric. skirts. These calico dresses, It Is be lieved, will be strong rivals of the glng ham dresses. Introduced last season and revived for 1018. rlra fur blending, and i c ing. Mrs. Sam Wilon and daughters, and son. nre visiting in Owen county Mr Will Scott i getting along fine In building his new houe. Miss Annie Sechrest is on the sick list. Mr. Sidney Poor has purchase n new Ford car. Mr. Don Askins is nt home ugnin on account of the Camp being full. Mr. Murk Jennings made a busi- ness trip to Danvile, last week. Mr. Chas It. Ison has bought Mrs. , Hamilton's farm, near lluena , Mit LANCASTER LADY'S OPER- Vista. I Mrs. Howard Lane, of Dayton. ATION NOTi SUCCESSFUL 'Tenn.. is with her mother, for n short stay. forj "111 years ngo I was operated Mr. Edwin J. Scott, of lluena Vista appendicitis and later operated Neither did j has entitled as nn apprentices sea again for gall stones. man. me any good and I suffered all kinds Five years ago 1 Rye Highe.t market of torture since wanted. Remedy ' Mayr's Wonderful took price. Hudron, Hughe, & Farnau, and have felt no symptom or pain This classic Grecian gown Is made In should Several from here attended the since. All stomach sufferer Jersey, with one piece, of pearl-gra- y I take it." It is a simple harmless Its toga effect on one shoulder of Camp Meeting nt Wilntore, Ky. preparation that removes the caslate-gravelvet The belt Is gray Miss Kuth Lane is at home for a tarrhal mucus from the intestinal suede with silver buckle. short stay. tract and allays the intlammation are to be forbidden that privilege. A I Mrs. Howard Lane, of Dayton, which causes practically all stomach! go Tenn., is visiting her mother. Mrs. liver and intestinal ailments, includfew men buyers will be allowed to after the government has thoroughly Nannie Jennings. ing appendicitis. One dose will searched their reasons for the attempt Mr. Ben Allen and family of Lex- convince or money refunded. and given them a permission that Is R. E. McRoberti. , ington, spent Sunday with .Mrs Laura i hedged about with as many restrictions as thoufh It were signed by a military governor. Under the pressure of thee con ditions the American buyers think they will not go to Paris this year, and the rumor persists that only a very few of the French houses will show gowns. Hundreds of New Fashions. Valuable Cement A cement for making repairs onj when Iron nr other switchboards Naylor metal has to be fastened to marble may be made from :U) pnrts plaster of Miss Nettie Askins and Ml" Ruth Lane left Monday for Antloch, where pnrls, 10 parts Iron filings and half n mixed they will resume their school duties. part siiliimmonliic. These are paste. a thin who is tak- with neetle nrld to form Miss HenriettiiMaycs, cement be It Is Imperative that this ing n three vcara nursing course at ued Immediately after It has been St. Joseph's Hospital, at Lexington, mixed. is spending n few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Mavcs. Wayside Ministries. Miss Ann Deitrich of Nlcholasville This Is n liurrjlug age. as we often is the guest of Miss Sadie Ruble. uud tunny tasks r mind ourselves, Mrs II. S. Christopher has returnivhleli ve would like to accomplish ed to Lexinngton, after a visit to nmt perforce remain unattended to. friends and relatives hen-M- r Hut fur some things there Is nlnavs nnd Mrs. J. II. Ituble hnve re- 'line. Duty can iilva) be done, ceived n letter from their son, Ray- kindness ran nln)s ., shown, way-sid- e neglected. ministries need not tie mond who is serving in the Navy, saying he was well plensed with the There Is never an excuse for the linMe that makes waste; there Is Sailors life and was stationed at room, In the cae of a ninn who. llrest France. with divine help, plans Ids life for n Mr. Edwin Scott Is expected to. and certain amonnt of leave shortly ns he has enlisted in the' wli.l necessity. l'. S. Navy (Prepared by th United Rtatei Peuart-meef Asricuttire ) While all breeds have the general form and characters of the type In which they are classed, all purebred certain distinguishing sheep poscs features which are Inherent In tliel breed and which receive the attention of breeders. These breed characters may have little value In themselves, yet they are a mark of breeding and give assurance that the animals will lreil true to type. Included In such breed characteristics are such xdnts ns size, color markings, presence or absence of horns, nnd peculiarity of shape. These differences make It -s litis! for the different breeds tn hnve different scire cards or stundanls of excellence whlfh give consideration to these ilnts. If one la selecting pure tired sheep for breeding purposes, he must know the brecil tyie as represented by the excellence fur the breed Score cards for the leading breeds may be obtained from the secretaries associations listed In of the bri-.i- l Farmers' Itulleiln f.TH, "llrcils of Shiep fur the Farm Whether one s breeding purebreil sheip or Is eiigncul In grading up a common Unci, In ihe selection of breeding stock he should consider the qualities! the mnrk.t demands for wool and mutton. In addition to the application l it? line's the remedy It's helped of market and breed standards, stock record Intended for breeding should - consld-riH- l millions. Has a ball crnturv ol I'irt iloe brings rilirl Iryit from the point of view of prepotency In transmitting their gixl features and prolificacy In r. production. These qualities are Indicated by what Is known ns sex character. , regular, and To be a brmliT. the ewe must have a strong constitution and show a strung maternal nature and present n femiThe ewe should nine appearance. have liner features slmut the head ami than the ram. a more slender n.i-Keep Bowel Movement Rtiular Dr. King's New Life Pills keep ou She should have plenty of room for in a hcilthy condition. Rid the Iwdy of poisons anil w.utc. Improve )nur complexion by keeping the Dowels ilar. (.et a Iwttlr Irom your I (Irueeltla I.tlertive nut mini. I 3 u. -- "Kind's ' for Coughs e Colds Frock. SMOCKS IN STYLE THIS YEAR Garment Graces Various Social Func tions Crepes, Linens and Pongees Still Used. Smocks which had great vogue last eur for garden and sport wear have become more fashionable this year and now grace all kinds of social functions. The firmer materials of lust year, the crepes, linens and pongees are still used for the ordinary smocks, but those for dress wear are of the sheerest georgettes and some dainty ones make use of organdie and voile, especially In printed patterns. Originality is given free play tn the designing of these garments and some very beautiful ones havo been Inspired by Japanese mandarin coats, Hussion native costumes and other oriental garments. l'rlnted voile or printed georgette embroidered In some bright-coloreyarns will give the desired effect. The length sleeves are loose three-quartaffairs with tiny bails weighting down corners. The belt with Its pouch the pocket directly in the front is typical- ly Indian. Instead of holding arrow .una neaiu or luou n. ,, u.u ... ago days It holds Miss Americas ball she knits at her after of yarn while noon party, Velvet Hats. beginning nromptlv at ten o clock, sell at public auction the farm known as part Qf Q Jesse Doty tai'lTl located at HiattSVllle, K . UlUi Containing . 94 acres, of well improved land. Located on this tarm is a good six room dwelling, with all necessary outbuildings, including a new tobacco and As we have taffeta, America Is - stock barn. The farm is well watered and in a high state of cultivation, being in grass except about 16 acres which is now in corn. v,nithaulebo,rUpiaitUaCt 'tile baTun.'i'a Terms and possession made known on day of sale. group of pink roses nt the waist. oeorgetto crepe und chiffon ure At the same time and place the tollowing personalty will be sold; l.n .iAntlf1 nnil tmth fiihrOa nr al)Ollt 140 u,ed In u large number of Interesting One good Jei'SCV COW! OnO VOUng Cillf thl'Ce llOgS Weighing , cuwns. n,i siik pounds each; one buggy and harness one farm wagon; one cutting har- Satin boids its own. Tu ' . t rt,ma,n jn ,he bcst pos!ll)le taste.1 e Jai,auc86 Bnj chineso crepes, bro-- v0w: one corn planter; one mowing machine and rake; two silks, which seem , . taileti pongefM Bna to be ,.ttslly outainabio from mo Et, turning p ows; louu tooacco sucks: anu oiner inings 100 numerous to' thee0 daJt hav0 hcea worked up by American designers Into frocks that mention exactly suit our temperature. conditions created by our government and seconded by the French, the newspapers and the fashion Illustrators will become. In the new military term. They will be able tu liaison (.Hirers. Interpret from one general to another speaking uinerent language. In the meantime we are all quite eager anout the new American output, j The first touch of Its sanity Is shown In the fact that materials suitable for our climate have been chosen for the summer gowns. Organdie Is too well known to be more than barely mentioned, but the fact that It has appeared for evening , gowns Is u comfort to many who did not know what to wear when nsked to dinner on a hot summer, night. Another sane thing that the designers over here have done wldih was of necessity Is to launch gowns In the materials, whether thin or not, and In the colors, whether vivid or dull, that can tie easily purchased In any purt of this country. lacti season the yardage In I'arls , n has grown less. Knch season the has becorao more difficult pub- If the American nnd uncertain. iic accepted gowns of a different ma- and color from the original,' terlat then the dressmakers over here would realize n profit on their Initial expense, but the French do not always make gowns that can be copied In other fabrics and colors. It may be that under the present ire; M, II II II I II H As agent for the heirs of the late Mrs John Meadows, and in order to settle up the estate, we will on iiiii Hutu iiiir niiMH n II 110 T HMHial H MM D ' ' mmm Yearling Dorset Ram. Wednesday fluy, 14, 18 K'dTu.1ffi In- the growth mid developing fetus. To I provide well for early maturing lambs, she should give an abundance of milk. llnnllng ewes should never l exces-jklvel- y fnt, as they aro so often In the show ring. . The rain should be purebred and show breed character nnd quality In I strong form, because It Is largely through him that Improvement Is s- icured for the tlock. To bo prepotent, the ram also must show a good deal of sex chamcter; that Is, thcro should be nu doubt at first glance that lie Is n ram. He should bavo greater slto than the ewe and n decidedly masculine Indicated by a general burliness of the bead, with a thickness of neck giving a suggestion of massive-ues- s. He should havo every Indication of boldness, vim and vigor as denoted by n brisk movement nnd a bold, energetic look through a bright, clear eye. A breeding ram should not bo excessively fat, yet ho should at all times be kept In good condition. CHEAP SOURCE OF PROTEIN ' , Leguminous Pastures Act as Mild Laxative and Tonlo to Keep Hops In Condition. Tho forage, especially from leguminous pastures, furnishes a cheap source of protein, supplies ash for bono making, adds bulk to the ration, and acts as a mild laxative and tonic to keep tbe hog's system In condition to utilize profitably the concentrated feeds. Several Kinds of Millet Millet Is of several kinds, which Is somewhat confusing to the planter. Japanese millet Is very commonly sown, and Is perbajia the best for soiling us well as nay. It grows to a blight of all or seven feet la fertll Mil Bud produces very heavily. two-hors- , ! . I If the cost of velvet continues to In crease hats of this fabric for autumn will of necessity lie small in size that Is It they are to be opular, for otherwise they would be too great a luxury for tbe average woman and this would te unfortunate, a velvet bats aro so generall becoming. Sport coats of shantung and the thick, fine weaves of Chinese pongee, have been quickly offered by our designers to substitute sweaters, satlt sleeveless jackets and velvet, pocketed coats. These are lined with obi crepe sometimes and nre worn over plain or striped skirts. .copyright, wu jMj-M- r. ANCIL AND GRIT MEADOWS HIATTSVILLE, KY. ..- CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 8. 1918. and pokln' fun it T) enmpnny, bad lack tn run I hut you won't Ki t Another by the news of tti CTTArTKU chance to disgrace) us. They'll pnt sinking of tha t,u,ltanU by German submarine, Arthur Ouy Kmptl. an Amerl-c.- yntir llclila ntit In the mornlnV leavee hit office in Jereey City and After llli'iiln,i In this tlrmli-- . t.loyil, goes to England whtro ho snlitts In tn In a fullering; tolce, nakeil: "Tliey nre Iirltlih army. r. CIIAITEn IT Attar a period of train-In- not roIiir In sliont tat, nre Ihey? Why, Kmpey volunteart for Immediate service anil loon flnde hlmeelf tn reel blllett the other oentry slil Iheyil tmrilon lon't tell me I'm "somewhere In France," whara ha first me. Fur (1imI' unke niakea lha acquaintance of tha to lie almt I" uml hla yolce tiled awny In "cootlee." oer attendi hit Rnt a noli. CIIAITKIt '(If rou'rae, they're Rolnif lo shoot rhurrh eervlcet at tba front whlla a (ler. man Fokker ctrclaa over tha congregation. you. The other sentry wn CIIAITEn IV Kmper'a command goee illn' you. .Teit like otil Hmllli.JetAUvnyn Into tha frontllna trenchee and la under lira for tha flrat tlma. In rheer some. one. You ain't tenrna to adopt CIIAPTEn tha motto of tha llrtlah Tomrar, "tf roil sol no more clinnee o' heln' pnnloneil ara going to get It, you'll gat It, so never llinn I lnive of Retlln to Le folunel of worry." my luilt.'" In rest blllata. Km. CHAPTER VI-nWhen the fart Hint all hone whs par geta hla first tiparlanca as a mass orderly. cone finally entered Lloyd's drain, n lesrne how tha onltit neemed to settle over him, and CIIAlTKn llrltlah aoldlsrt ara fad. rlilng lo lil knees, with hla nruia In tha front-UnCIIAPTEB VUl-na- ck eeee hla first frlsnd of tha stretrheil out lo heaven, he prayed, nnd trench, Empey trenchee "go West." nil of hla soul entered Into the prnyer. makee Ma first tltAlTJcn "(), giMid nnd merciful (lud, Rlre tne vlelt to a dugout In "HulclJe Ditch." lasrna what con. strenittli lo die like n mini! Deliver CHATTER a "day's work In Ilia front-Un- a etllulrt me from tliU eunurd's dealli. (Jive me trsnch. goal "otar tha a ihaiiee lo die like my mnlee In the CIIAITEn top" for tha first tlma In a charge on tha flKhtlujf line, to die fighting 'fur my Oerman trenches and la wounded by a country. I bh'j thla of thee." bayonet thrust, A pence, hitherto unknown, came lo Joins the "tut-cld- o CIIAPTEn Xtt-Knclub" as the bombing squad It called. him, nnd he tromheil and cowered no Tommy gets an more, hut cnlmly waited CHAtTER XIII-Ea- ch the dawn, official bath. helps dig an rend)' to go to tile dentil. The helle CHAPTER XlV-Em- py were hurtling nil nrnund (he (niinl-rtNiiuhadvanced trench under Oerman Are. "listening pott" In CHAPTER XV-- On lie hiirdly noticed them. No Man's While wnltlni; there, the voice of die artillerymen "put CHAITEIl XVI-T- wo entry slnslnr: In n low tone, dime In one over" on Old Tepper, their regimental commander. Mm. He wn slncliiK the rhorut of Ilia has narrow as. Mpulur trench ditty: CHAPTER XVII-Emp- ey rap whlla on patrol duly In ho Man a SYNOPSIS. In rrst billets CHAPTER XVlII-tla- ck Empey writes and stagea a farce comedy. here many CHAPTER waye to amuse themselvea while "on their own." volunteers for CHAPTER XX-Emachine gun service and goes back Into trenchee. tha front-linagain goes CHAPTER XXI-Ero"ovsr tl.e top" In a charge which coil lilt oumpany II killed and II wounded. with a machine CHAITER XXII-Trl- ck gun stlencea one bothersome Frits. attack, preCHAPTER XXtlt-Oerm- en ceded by gat war, la repulsed. Is forced so CHAPTER XXlV-Emp- ey take part In in eiecutlon as a member of tha firing tauad. prepare for CHAPTER XXV-llrtt- leh battle of the Bomroe. tha Ulg a trench raid, CIIAPTEn XXVl-- ln preceding the Ulg Push. Empey le dee. perattly wounded and lice unconeclout In No Man's Land for M home. four months CHAPTER XXVH-Af- ter tn a Drttish hospital. temper le dlecharged aa "physically unfit for further war eetv. lee."r Uend. ii Over By the Top" Ai ABtrlcai Soldier Wko Weit ART1DR GUY EMPEY Ceaat' Sr tof n France (Oaatngaa tnt, ef AJttat Day aansea) Continued from lat week. CARDS, j Illlltl aa I Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Office at Italney't Livery Stable. Kentuckv Lancaster. and Dentist. Surgeon .J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. Itetidcnce I'hone 3. Office. Phone 27 I.ANCASTEIt. KY. H. P.iut J. PATRICK, Dntlt. Lick. Keutuokv. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. C.l Aniw.red Wight. LA! CASTER. Promptly Phone Day or 317. KENTUCKY, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John . M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST KKNTUCK I.ANO STKIC, Hours a.m. Ollke over Storinea Drug Store. M p.m. 7SW-9'.- aalMM.PhaittQriphy TYPEWRITING and ROOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY wnWIMjITHjHIJ Iti lrM.4M.i hM rkrottirlMM l In having It In my possession I am not Lord, It CHAPTER XXVI. gun, we could piece, he looked at Ihe watch on his breaking any regulation or cautions of the British army. wipe them null Here they come, get J wrist. Ho was still alive at "3 :.W "ring!" a bullet fcnng through the The whole attack was rehearsed All Quiet (J) on the Western Front . ready, men." At brigade headquarters I happened Just as he finished speaking, the wel- - j air, nnd Lloyd fell forwnrd across the and rehearsed until we heartily cursed gun. A thin trickle of blood ran down the one who had conceived the Idea. to overhear a conversation between our come "pup-pup- " of n machine gun In Ids face from a their rear rang nut, and the front line j In Ids forehead. little, black round hole to The trenches were named according 0. O, C. (general officer commanding) a system which made It very simple and the divisional commander. From of the onrtishlng Hermans, seemed In j e e e e e e e for Tommy to And, even In the dark, this conversation I learned that we melt away. They wavered, but once "The sentence of the court had been any point In the German lines. were to bombard the Herman lines for again cntne rushing onward. Down j "duly carried nut," Those Imitation trenches, or trench eight days, and on the first of July the Went their second Idle. Tba machine The cnptaln slowly raised the limp models, were well guarded from obser- "big push" was to commence. gun was taking an awful toll of Uvea.! drooping over the gun and, wip- vation by numerous allied planes In a few days orders were Issued Ml Then again Ihey tried to advance', but form ing the Wood from the white face, rec- which constantly circled above tbem. that effect, and It was common propthe machine gun mow oil tbem down. ognised It as Lloyd, Ihe coward of D No Herman airplane could approach erly all along the line, Dropping their rifles nnd bombs, they company, Iteverenlly covering Ihe face wllhln observation distance, A reOn the afternoon of the eighth day of1 broke nnd fled In a wild rush back to with bis handkerchief he turned to his stricted area was maintained and nn our "strafelng," Atwell and I were sittheir trench, amid the cheers of "IV "nonenms," and. In n voice husky with civilian was allowed within three ting In the front-lin- e trench smoking company, Tbey were forming ngaln emotions, addressed Iheui: mites, so we felt sure that we hnd a fags and making out our reports of the fur another attempt, when In the rear "Hojs, It's Lloyd, the deserter. He great surprise In store for Frllx. previous "night's tour of the trenches, of I) company came a mighty cheer. has redeemed himself, died the death When we took over the front line which we hnd lo turn In to headquarThe ammunition had arrived and with of nsliern died that his mates might we received an awful shock. The ters the following day, when an ord, . It a battalion of Scotch to live." (icrmnna displayed signboards over was passed down the trench that Old them. They were saved. The unkuowi. That nfternoon a solemn procession the top of their trench showing the I'epjier requested twenty volunteers to machine gunner bad come to the rescue wended way toward the cemetery. names that we had called their go over on a trench raid that night to lis In Ihe nick of time. In the front a wns carried by trenches. The signs read "Fair," try and get a few Oerman prisoners for With the It was an two sergeants. stretcher Across the stretcher "Fnot," "Fate," and "Fancy," and so Information purposes. I Immediately easy task to take the third Oerman Ihe Union Jack was carefully spread. volunteered for this Job, and shook line. came a captain Hehlnd the After the attack was over, the cap--! and forty-thre- e stretcherall men, that were left tain and three of his noncommissioned of I) company. . officers, wended their way back to the Arriving at the cemeteryj they haltposition where the machine gun had ed In front of an open grave. All about lone Its deadly work. He wanted to them wooden crosses were broken and thank Ihe gunner In the name of I) trampled Inlo the ground. company for his magnificent deed. A grizzled old sergeant, noting this They arrived at the gun, nud an nwful destruction, bis muttered under sight met their eyes. breath: "Curse Hie cowardly blighter Llojd hud reached the front line who wrecked those crosses! If I could trench, after hla company hnd left It. A only get these two bands around bis strnnge company was nimbly crnwllng neck Ids trip West would lie short." up the trench ladders. They were re- -' 1 went The corpse on the stretcher seemed to go home, 1 want to go home. 1 don't want to go to the trenches no enforcements going over. They were to move, or It might have been the Scuttles, and they mude a tnngnlttcrnt wind blowing the folds of the Union nwie. Where the "whlitbangs" and "svuaagee" sight In their brightly colore.! kilts nndi Jack. roar galore. I Take me over the tea, where the Allemand bare knees. Jumping over the trench, Lloyd raced can'i ct at me. CHAPTER XXV. Oh. my. I don't went to die I want to go ncross "No Mnn'a Lund" unheeding Hie home ruin of bullets, leaping over dark forms Preparing for the Big Push. I, lord lUleneil tn the wordi with a on the ground, eouie of which lay still, Itejolnliig Atwell after the execution Iraiige Interest, and wondered what while others called out lo him as he I bad a bard time trying to keep my I epeedd past. kind of n home he tviiuld so to ncnn secret from Mm. I think I must have He mine lo the Herman front line, lost at Wait ten pounds worrying over he the only the (Ireat Plvlde. but It wns deserted, except for heaps the affair. home he hnd ever known. of dead and wounded a grim tribute Muddetily there cntne n crent runhltu Ileglnnlng nt seven In the evening It Charge. Over the Top In Ih mo nil the nlr, n hllndliu;, n deafen. to the work of his company, good old was our duty to patrol ult couuuunlca- on, according to the code names on Atwell, and went to the Ins report, and the snudhaK walla of I) company. Leaping trenches, and Hon nnd front-lin- e trenches, making our map. Then to rub It In, they hands with my name to the ofllcers In rear to give gasping for breath, Lloyd could see note of unusual occurrences, and artill- - cunrdroom toppled over, and then hoisted imne more signs which read. (harge of the raiding party. right ahead of him bis enmpnny In a resting anyone hlnrkneae. who should, to us, "Come on, we are ready, stupid Engsap of n communication I was accepted, worse luck. When Lloyd recovered conscious-neas- , dead-endeto be acting In a suspicious man-nelish." he una Ijlnr on his rlclit side, trench, and across the open, away In At 0:4." that night we reported to the We slept during the day. It Is still n mystery to me how they brigade headquarters dugout to receive them, n mass of Hermans prefaring vhnt ueil to he the entrance of front of Hehlnd the lines there wns great nc-- , (Ids knowledge. There had Instructions the guardroom. Now, It una only a paring for a charge. Why didn't D tltlty, supplies and ammunition pour obtained from Old Pepper. been no raids or prisoners tnken, so reaching this dugout we lined Jumhle of rent nnd torn randhac. Hie compnny tire on them? Why were they ing in, and lung columnsif troops it must have been the work of spies upAfter lieiid seemed hurtling. He slowly roe so strangely silent) What were they In a semicircle around htm, and he passing. We were preparing on his elhow and there In the east the waiting fori Then he knew their am- for the big offensive, the forerunner In our own lines. addressed us as follows: Three or four, days before the big was exhausted. dann uat hrenklni;. Hut nhnt was munition "AH I want you boys to do Is to go of the battle of the Somme or "Ulg push we tried to shutter Fritz's nerves Hut what was that on bis right 7 A Push." th.it mnncted shape lylnc over there over to the Oerman lines tonight, surby feint uttnck.s, and partially sucamong Hie andhairaT Slowly drauKlnc machine gun. Why didn't It open tire prise them, secure a couple of prisonstream of men, The never-endinhimself to It, he saw the Ixxly of the and save them! lie would make that supplies, ammunition and guns pour- ceeded as the otlicial reports of July ers, and return Immediately. Our areentry. One look was enough tn know gun's crew do their duty. Hushing ing Into the front Hues made n mighty 1 show. tillery hns bombarded that section of Although we were constantly bomthat he was dead. The soldier's bead over to the gun be saw why It had not spectacle, one that cannot be de- barding two days and personalty I the line their lines day and night, still believe for mlalng, The sentry hail had hla opened fire. Scattered around Its base: scribed. It has to be witnessed with was that that part of the German wish gratified. He had "gone home." lay six still forms. They had brought your own eyes to appreciate Its vast-nes- we fooled the Germans several limes. trench Is unoccupied, so Just get a couThis was' accomplished by throwing ple of prisoners and return as quickly He was safe at last from the "whlzi-liang- a' their gun to consolidate the captured nn Intense barrage' Into his lines-t- hen as possible." position, but a Oerman machine gun anil the Allemand. our part of the line the Influx of At using smoke shells we would put Like a flash It came to l.lnjd that he, had decreed tbey would never fire supplies never ended. It looked like The sergeant on my right. In an unu curtuln of white smoke across No was free, free tn go "over the top" again, dertone, whispered to me: a huge snake slowly crawling furward, Lloyd rushed to the gun and, grasp- never a hitch or break, u wonderful Man's IJind, completely obstructing , "Say, Yank, with hla company. Free to die like a how are we going to get true llrllon flclit I n c for hla kltiic and ing the traversing handles, trained II tribute tn the system and efficiency of his view of our trenches, nnd a couple of prisoners If the old fool country. A great gladness and warmth on the Oermans. He pressed the thunih Oreat Britain's "contemptible little would raise our curtain of fire thinks 'personally that that part of the All as if tn an actual attack. came over him. Carefully slrpplni; pine, but only a sharp click was the army" of five millions of men. down our trenches the men would trench Is unoccupied,' sounds kind of over the Nuly of the sentry, he started result. The gun was unloaded. Then Huge fifteen-Incguns snaked along, shout and cheer, nnd Fritz would turn fishy, doesn't It mate?" lie did foot by foot, by powerful steam tract-toron n mad rare down the ruined street he reallted hla helplessness, I had a funny sinking sensation In rifle, and loose with muchlne-gun- , of the village, amid Ihe hurmllic shells, not know how to load Ihe gun. Ob, Then a long line of "four point shrapnel fire, thinking we were commy stomach, and my tin hat felt as If minding them not. dodging thrnuch or why hadn't he attended Jlie machinelive" batteries, each gun drawn by six ing over. It weighed about a ton and my enthusiHe'd been horses, then a couple of "nine point around hurrying platoons on their way gun course In England! After three or four of these dummy asm was melting away. Old Pepper to also pi "over the top." Coming to offered the chance, but with a blush ot two" howitzers pulled by Immense attacks his nerves must have been must have beard the sergeant speak a communication trench he could not shame he remembered that he had been caterpillar engines. because he turned In his direction and near the breaking point. afraid. The nickname of the machine get through. It was Mocked with laughWhen one of these caterpillars would In a thundering voice asked: On June 34. 1010, at 9:40 In the ing, cheering and cursing soldiers. gunners had frightened him. The) pass me with Its mighty monster In "What did you soy?" Cllmhlnf nut of Ihe trench, he ran were called the "Suicide club." Now, tow, a flush of pride would mount to morning our guns opened up, and bell The sergeant with a scarlet look on wildly along the top, never heeding the because of this fear, his company my face, because I could plainly read was let loose. The din was terrific, a his face and his knees trembling, In your ear. mlii of machine-gubullets and shells, would be dettroyed, the men of I) com on the name plate, "Made In U. S. A.," constant smartly saluted and answered: not even hearing the ibouta of the of pany would have to die, because he, and I would remember that If I wore n At night the sky was a red glare. "Nothing, sir." ficers, telling Ii I in tn get back Into the Albert Lloyd, bad been afraid of a name plate It would also read, "From Our bombardment had lasted about" Old Pepper said: name. In his shame he cried like a Ihe U. S. A." Then I would stop to two hours when Fritz started replytrench. He was going to Join hla com "Well, don't sny It so loudly the next pany who were In the front line. He baby. Anyway be could die with them think how thin nnd straggly that ing. Although we were sending over time." was going lo fight with them. He, the and, rising to bis feet, he .stumbled mighty stream would be If all the ten shells to bis one, our casualties Then Old Pepper continued : despised coward, had come Into htt over the body of one of the gunners "Made In U. S. A." parts of It were were heavy. There was a constant "In this section of the German who emitted a faint moan. A gleam withdrawn. streum of stretchers coming out of the own. trenches there are two or three maWhile he was racing along. Jumping of hope flashed through Mm. I'erhnp Then would come hundreds of lim- communication trenches and burial chine guns which our artillery, In the , over trenches crowded with soldiers, a this man could tell him how to load bers nnd "fl. S." wagons drawn by parties were a common sight. last two or three days, has been unringing cheer broke out all along Ihe the gun. Stooping over the body b. sleek, well-feIn the dugouts the noise of the guns , able to tape. These guns command the mules, ridden by sleek, front Hne, and Ills heart tank, lie gently rbook It and the soldier opened welt-fealthough almost hurt. You had the same sensa men, ever smiling, sector where two of our communicaknew he was too late. Ilia company his eyes. Seeing Lloyd, he closed grimy with sweat and covered with the Hon as when riding on the subway you tion trenches Join the front line, and Hie river going had gone over. Rut atlll he ran madly, them again and. In a faint voice, said: line, white dust ot the marvelously enter the as the brigade Is to go over the top to"Oct away, you blighter, leave me He would catch them. He would die to Brooklyn u sort of pressure on the morrow morning I want to capture two e French ronds. nlone. I don't want any coward around with them. What discouraging reinirt the Oer- ear drums, nnd the ground constantly or three men from these guns' crews, Menuwhlle hla company had gone me." man airmen must have taken back to trembling. and from them I may be able to obtain The words cut Lloyd like a knife. their division commanders, and this "over." They, with Ihe other com The roads behind the trenches were valuable Information as to the exact panics had taken the first and second 1ut lie was dcKpcrute. Taking the re- stream Is slowly but surely getting big- very dangerous because lloche shrap- location of the guns, and our artlllery Herman trenches, and had pushed volver out of the holster of the dying ger and bigger every day, and the pace nel was constantly bursting over tbem. m 111 therefore be able to demolish them steadily nn tn the third line. I) com man be pressed the cold miizxle to the Is always the same. No slower, no We avoided these dangerous units by before the attack, and thus prevent pany, led by their i nptnln, the one who boldlcr's bend nnd replied: faster, but ever onward, ever forwnrd. crossing through open fields. our losing a lot of men while using "Yes, It Is Lloyd, the coward of had sent Lloyd to division headquar The destruction In the Oerman Unci these communication trenches to bring Three weeks before the big pu.b of I), but so help me lod, It ters for trial, churged with desertion Company July 1 as the battle ot the Somme bus wns nwful and I really felt sorry tot up had pushed steadily forward until they you don't tell me bow to lond that gun been called started, exact duplicates them because I realized how they musl These were the Instructions he gave found Ihemaelvea far In advance of I'll put a bullet through your bruin! ! I of the (icrmau trenches were dug be clicking It. ns: A tunny smile came over the coun the rest of the attacking force. "Ilonib-lu- g about thirty kilos behind our lines. trench, every From our front-lin- e "Take off out" trench after trench, nud using tenance of the dying man nnd he said The layout of the trenches wns tnken now nnd again, we could hear shart; strip your your Identification disks, uniforms of all numerals, their bayoueta, they came to n Herman In ft faint whisper : from airplane photographs submitted whistle blasts In the Oerman trenches, Insignia, etc., leave your papers with "Uood old boy I I knew you wouldn't by communication trench, which ended In the lloyitl flying corps. The trench- These blasts vere the slguals fot your captains, becuuse I don't want the n bllndsnp. nnd then the cnptaln, nnd disgrace our company es were correct to the foot: they stretcher bearers, and meant the Bodies to know what regiments are Lloid Interposed: "For Ood'a-aokewbnt was left of bis men, knew they showed dugouts, saps, barbed wire de- wounding or killing of some Oerman In against them as this would be valuable wcru In n trap. They would not re- If you want lo save that company you fenses and ilnnger spots. the service of bis fatherland Information to tbem In our attack tire. D company never retired, and are so proud of, tell me bow to load Battalions ilmt were to go over In onil i tW't want any of you" Atwell am) I had a tough time of It, d gun I" they were I) company. Illglit In front that d the first waves were sent bock for patrolling the different trenches at to be taken alive. What I want Is two As It reciting a lesson In school, the of them they could see hundred" of three days to 'study these trenches, en- night, but after awhile got used to It. prisoners and If I get them I have a Herman, preparing to rush them with ' soldier replied In n weak, singsong gage In practice ' attacks and have night My old outfit, the machine gun com- - way which will make them divulge bond) and bayonet. They would havo voice; "Insert tag end of belt In feed maneuvers. Huch man was required to pany, was stationed In huge elephant all necessary Information as to their tome cbunce If ammunition and bombs block, with left hand pull belt left make a map of the trenches nud dugouts ubout four hundred yards be- guns. You have your choice ot two could reach them from the rear. Their front. Pull crank handle back oil roll himself with the names and trench tbey were weapons you may carry your 'persupply whs exhausted, and the men er, let go, and repeat motion. Oun Is Kent Ion nt the parts his battalion was hind the front-lin- e In reserve. Occasionally I would atop suaders' or your knuckle knives, aud renllied II would be n case of dying now loaded. To lire, raise nutomatlc to attack. In their dugout and have u confab with each man will arm himself with four aa brurely na possible, or making a run kiifety hitch, and press thumbplece. In the American army noncommisfor It, Hut I company would not Qun Is now tiring. If gun stops, ascer sioned ofllcers are put through a course my former mates. 'Although we tried Mills bombs, these to be used only In " to be Jolly, still, there was u lurking case of emergency." tain position of crank handle run. It was against their traditions of mup making or road sketching, and Each I A persuader Is Tommy's nickname Hut Lloyd waited for tin more. With during my six years' service In the feeling nf Impending disaster. and principles. (lerimiue would have to advance wild Joy ut Ids heart, he took u belt 1'nlled Stutes cavalry I had pleuty of man wus wondering, If, after the for u club carried by the bombers. It The across an open epnee of three to four from one of the cmiuunlllon boxes ly practice In tfds work, therefore map- slogan, "Over the top with the best of Is about two feet long, thin at one end luck," bad been sounded, would be still and very thick at the other. The thick hundred yards before they could get ing beside Ihe gun, and followed the ping these trenches wns n comparabe alive or would he be lying "someend Is studded with sharp steel spikes, Then be tively easy within bombing distance of the trench, dying man's Instruction. tusk for tue. Each man where In France," In an old dilapidated while through the center of the club and then It would be all their own way. pressed (he thumbplece and u burst of had tn submit bis map to the company house, the walls of which were scarred there Is a nine-Inc- h lead bar, to give Ore rewarded hla efforts. The gun Turning to bit company, the captain commander to be passed upon, nud I with muchlne-gu-n bullets. No. 3 sec- It weight and balance. When you get was working. said: was lucky enough to have mine select- tion ot the machine gun company had u prisoner all you have to do Is Just Training It on the Oermans he shout"Men, It'a a case of going West for ed as being sufficiently authentic to use Its quarters. The company's cooks pre stick this club up In front ot him, and us. We. are out of ammuulllon and ed for Joy as their front rank went In the uttnek. ' down. pared the meals In this billet. On the believe tne, the prisoner's patriotism bombs, and the llochea have us In u No photographs or maps are allowed fifth evening of the bombardment a for "Deutscblund ueber Alles" fades gun back and forth Traversing the trap. They will bomb us out. Our to leave Prance, but In this case It apshell registered a away and he very willingly obeys the bayonets are useless here. We will along the mass of Oermans, be saw pealed to me as a valuable souvenir of Herman elgbt-lncl- i have to go over and meet them, and them break and run buck to the cover the great war and I managed to smug- direct hit on the billet and wiped out orders of bis captor. If, however, the who and refuses prisoner gets high-tone- d It's n rate of thirty to one, so send of their trench, leavlug their dead and gle It through. At this time It curries ten meu bomb-proo- were asleep In the f cellar. They were you, simply "persuade" him by every thrust homv and die like the wounded hehlnd; He had saved his na military Impnrtaure as the British Hurled the next do tod I attended the first removing his tin hat, and then-w- ell, company, he, Lloyd, the coward, had tueu of I) company should. When I lines, I am happy to say, have since tunertl. ibe use ot the lead weight In tbd give the word, follow me, and up and Hone bis bit" Releasing the thumb- advanced this point, M (live them it tbem. had n machineh re only 1 1 vt bea beoud The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 8, 1918. "Where do jou romp froirfT I an-discovered, we were like rats In trap.; and was getting my faint. Ton would atifl then he asked. "How do you feel. and Tom-10- 7 meant that we were to crawl forward erect : Our way was cut off unless we ran have laughed If you had seen my smashed tin a hit!' looks for nnnthcr prisoner. slowly nnd.h-llcv- e "From the big town behind the me, very slowly along the wire to the narrow lane we ludicrous attempts at bandaging with I answered: "I'm all right, but I'd Is a dagger affair, for five yards, and then halt to await The knuckle knife Statue of Liberty;" Uon hearing this had nit through. With our hearts In one hand. The pains In my wounded rive a mild for a drink of Bass, the Made of which Is about eight further Instructions. Three taps meant, our months we waited for and down, Jumping the three-whe- n shoulder were awful and I was getting He Mildrd to the sergeant, who ills- - she started hands, nndip Inches Ions with n heavy, steel guard calling out t you nrrlved within striking ills- - tap signal to rush the Oerman trench, sick at the stomach. I gave up the Mim-amnnd I'll bo darned If he clapping her over the grip. This guard Is studded tnnee of the Oerman trench, rush It' Three taps had gotten about halfway bandaging three nurses ncro the ward; stunt ns n bad Job, and then didn't return with n glass of ale. with steel projection. At night In and Inflict ns many rntiinttles as pos. ,0Wn the line when suddenly about ten fainted. "Come here, girls nt last we have could only oeii my luoulh about n got trench, which Is only about three to slble. secure a couple of prisoners, anil to twenty German star shells were a real live Yankee vvllh u." When I came to, bell was let loose. quarter of nil Inch, but I got away with four feet wide. It makes n very handy then back to jour own lines with the fired nil along the trench and landed They came over and besieged me An Intense bombardment was on, and every drop of that ale. It lasted Just weapon. One punch In the face con speed clutch open. Four taps meant, In the barbed wire In rear with questions, until the doctor arof us, turnrally shatters a man's Jaw and you "I have gotten jou Into a position from ing night Into day and silhouetting us on the whole my position was decided like llllghty, and that Is heaven to rived. Upon learning that 1 was an ly unpleasant. Then, suddenly, our Tommy, ran get him with the knife as he goes which It Is Impossible for me to extri- ngalnt the wall of light made by the my hand barrage censed. The silence almost ' The doctor nld something to nn or- Amerlenn be ntmost crushed down. cate you, so you are on your own." flares. In the glaring light we were hurt, but not for long, because- Fritz derly, the only word I could catch was In his grip of welcome. They al Then we had what we called, our glad to see After getting Tommy Into n mess on confronted by the following unpleasant turned looe with shrapnel, tiuiihlne "chloroform," then they put some kind were Americans, nnd were "conic-nlong- s. These are strands of the western front he Is generally told scene. pins, nnd rifle tire. Then all along our of an arrangement over my nose and inc. barbed wire about three feet long, that he Is "on his own." This means, doctor very tenderly removed The All along theOerroan trench, at line Mime n cheer and our boys cniiie mouth nnd It was mo for dreamland. , made Into a noose at one end ; at the "Save jour skin In any way possible." me-after viewabout three-foo- t Intervals, stood n big over the top In n ihnrsc. The first When I opened my ejes I wns Ijlng my bniiduge and told other nd, the barbs are cut off and Tommy hives to be "on his own" behind I'rnsslon guardsman ing my wounds, that he would have to with his rifle nt wave wns composed of "Jocks." They on m stretcher. In a low- wooden Tommy slips his wrist through a loop the lines, but not during n trench ruld. the aim. and then we found out why were n inngnltlcint sight, kilts, flapping building, Everywhere 1 lookiilT saw take me to the operating' theater Imto get n good grip on the wire. If the Personally I didn't care-whThe star shells we had not been challenged when the In the wind, bare knees showing, and rows of Tommies on stretcher, some mediately. prisoner wants to argue the point, why line were falling from the German- man was done with me. In front of n, theresneered nnd the barbed wlre'had itn.lr I t riisi.nin.- - i .h.' or- -. dead to the world, nnd the rct with. just place the large loop around his fore - been Improperly cut. About three feet wave we were tare. After about twenIn a few minutes, four orderlies who that passed my shell hole, one of fag In their mouths. neck and no matter If Tommy wishes ly minute we entered the star shell - In front of the trench they bad cm.- - the "Jock," un Immense fellow about dreeel In The main topic of their conversation 'looked like undertakers to return to his trenches nt the wnlk. xone. A star shell from the German structed a single fence of barbed vvlre.l fr(.t two Inches In height j'timpeil wns llllghty. Nenrly all had a grin on white, brought n stretcher to my bed trot, or gallop, Fritz Is perfectly agreeout lines fell nbout five yards In the rear, and we knew our chance one, right mix me. On the right and left their faces, except those who dliln t and placing me on It carried me to of able to maintain Tommy's rate of and to the right of me; we hugged the thousand to one of returning tillve. of me severnl'soldlcr In colore-have enough face left to grin 'with. 1 the word, across a courtyard kill peed. ground nnd held our breath until It We could cot rush their trench on nc-room or "pictures," us Tomgrinned with my right eye, the other i re huddled on the ground, then over We were ordered to black our faces burned out. The smoke from the star count of , tlil-smy calls It. defense. Then came the second wave, also "Jocks."" was bandaged. and hands. Tor this reason; At night shell traveled nlong, the ground tine! In front of me the challenge, "Halt," one young Scottlo, whin he came I don't remember having the nnes-tStretchcr-ln-iirrs came In and. bethe English and Germans ue what crossed over the middle of our line. given In English rang out, nnd one of nhren't of my sheli hole-- , leupe-e- l Into gan to carry the Tommies outside. You stle applied. they call star shells, a sort of rocket Mime lommy sneezed. The smoke linil the thing I have ever heard on th,. Blr. hi rifle- - shooting out of hi When I ciime to I wns again lying In cemld hear the chug of the engines In affair. They nre fired from n large gotten up hi nose. We crouched on the finest we-t- ern front took place. One of a bed In Muiisey wntd. ,n,t. landing i.hout six t In front the waiting unibuliinces. pistol about twenty Inches long, which the ground. eurlng thej.fr.ndiT under From the middle of our line some of Mm. bnyeinct first, and stuck In the hud draped a large Amcrtcun I wns put Into an ambulance with is held over the sandbag parapet of the our nrcaui. aim wuucn-in- e voncy tnat Tommy answered the challeljge with, ground, the butt trembling. Thl Im- - . three others and nwuy we went for an ting over the bend of the bed, ami trench, and discharged Into the air. -aw, go to ii I. it must tiave been preel me greatly. eighteen-mil" rliisM-- i In my bund was n smaller tlng, rld These star shells attain a height of a now in o jiihis 1 the man who hnd sneezed or who had ltlght now I can see the butt of Hint as on a bottom stretcher.. The and II 'made me feel good nil over to about sixty feet, and a range of from ii.ne iienui .xuning iinppoiieu. vte recrivcu tw.. improperly cut the barbed wire; he gun trembling. The S.ottle made n lad rlnhl arross from me n .mushed again s.-- the "Htnrs ami Stripes." fifty to seventy-fiv- e yards. Whfn they tups I crawled forward slowly for wante-to show Fritz that he could , complete turn In the nlr hit Hie ' up something horrible1. At that time I wondered when the hit the ground they explode, throning five jnrd; no doubt the rllicer be- die game. Then come the volley. Ma- - gronnd, rolling over twice, each time light above me was a man front the boy In the trenches would s.-- e the out n strong calcium light which lights lie ve d w lint Old Popper hnd .. t.n.. said. "Per- - chine guns were turned loose and sev- - chewing at the earth, and then r- e- "ojal l.i.l. eiiiMi-iof the "land of the free and up the ground In a circle of n radius of sonnlly I believe Hint that part of the oral bombs were' thrown In our rear. I n, filn.nl .nil i,,e ... r .... I.loi un. the home of the brave" lielde them, They between ten to fifteen ynnls. By he- - The Boche In front of me wns looking In a sort .crmim trench Is unoccupied. sitting position. I rolled to thre-doing Its bit III this greut war of civiof ml!.ttVhad gone about when also have a parachute star shell which Ing careful nnd reliiainli.g iiiotl.mle. . sight. This ' In the throat lization. .after reaching a height of about sixty when the- - star shell fell behind u, we down under or.llnury fellow might Mm. "Are oil hurt badly. Jock!" but I heard the death-rattl)mre, circumstance, no answer. He was il.n.l. A dark red of the man opNi.lte. lie had gone to My wound were very pnlnfiit. anil explodes. A parachute unfolds feet, ....v.,,.. Vern i.uiiw. and slowly floats to the ground, light' out mishap. Tlin the fun liog.in. I fr0m nnnusome, nut wnen I vieweel mm smudge wns coming through hi tunic rest across the .Great Divide. 1 think several times nt night 1 would dream the front of his rifle he had the right under the heurt. The blood run at the time I eniled him. thut myriads of kliakl rlothed figures Ing up a large circle In No Man's Land. was scared stilt a It Is ticklish work goblins of childhood Imagination rele- - clown hi bare knees, making n horrible The man of the Horn! Irish rifles would puss my bed and each would The official name of the star shell Is cuttlng jour wny through wire when gated to the shade. sight. On his light side he curried hi "Very-light.- " Very-llght- s had hud his left foot hl.iun off. Ilie stop, bend over me, rid whisper. "T)ie a are used about thirty feet In front of you there Then came a flash In front of me. the- - water twittle. I was cnny for a drink Joltlnir of the mtiulnnre m,r he best of luck, mate." to prevent night surprise attacks on I n line of Boche looking out Into No flare of his rifle and my bend seemed ana tried to reach this, hut for the life rough road had loosened up the band-o- f Soaked with perspiration I would the trenches. If a star shell falls In .Mun iJiml with their Nile lying to burst. A bullet had hit me on the me could not negotiate that four ages on his foot, and hnd started It awake with a cry, and the ulglit nurse front of you, or between you nnd the across the parapet, straining eery Mt kJp of ray fllfp nllouf hnf nn feet. Then I became unconscious, again. This him! run dowu would come over and hold my hand. Gorman lines, you nre safe from detec s.ii.o In siv .,r bear what I going on smashing the cheek When I woke up 1 wns In an advanced the side of the stretcher ami start.-.This awakening got to be a hublt with tion, as the enemy rnnuot see you In No Jinn's Land; braiue at night. ncn froln niy ,, tirst-al- i j put niy hlin,i tn ms tHCe post. I asked the doctor If dripping. I wns lying on my bin k. too me until thut particular nurse was bright curtain of light through the Fritz never knows when a bomb with 1.11 forMr,e ,iii,. ii, vni.m,i .i we had taken the trench. "We took 1 w,.0k to move, and the dripping ..f this transferred to nnotber ward. Hut If It falls behind you and, ns Tom lis name nnd number on it will come Licking my feet. I thought I was dy me unu cne woou oeyoiiu. nil i In three weeks' lime, owing to the got me In my unhandagi-my says, "jou get In the star shell hurtling through right the nlr nlmed In the ing, but. Ho ou know, my past lire did rlght,"iie wild, "and oil fellow did Mood I was aide treatment. zone," then the fun begins; you have direction of lterlln. The man on closed eje. th. not unfold before rue the way It doc your hltt but, my lad, that was thirty-si- x could Inot openmy rye and pretty soon careful up and get my hearing. Our to lie flat on your stomach and remuln right, one man In the cuter and mythe lid; the IiI.hhI had to sit In novels. hours Jgu. You were l)lng In No congealed and closed It, ns If It were ward contained seventy-fivpatl.nts, absolutely I'lritlonle until the light of self on the extre-tnle ft were equipped The blood was streaming down my Man's Ijiiii! In that bally hole for n day glueel down. per rent of which were surglrul the shell dies out. This takes any- with wire cutters. These nre Insulated tunic, nnd the puln was awful. When and ic half. It a wonder you nre alive.' I An English girl dressed In khaki was case. At the hand of bill hung where from forty to seventy second with soft rubber not because the OerIf you haven't time to fall to the man wires nre charged with electricity, I came to I said to myself, "Emp, old no aisei nun me uiai out or tlie twenty rilrlvlng the ambulance, while beside n teniHTature chart and diagnosis boy. ou belong In Jersey City, ami that were In the rubllng party, seven- , cr,K,rni f u,,. ground you must remain absolutely but tn prevent r ,t sheet. Across thl sheet would be the cutter rubbing you were In ng:ilut the barbed wire stakes, which you'd I. filer get back there as quickly teen were killed. The oHlccr died of , Jt. A. M. C They kept up u running Hill In whatever written "O. X. W." or "S. W" the foras iKisslhle." wounds In crawling buck to our trench conversation almut llllghty which algun when the light exploded; lb Is udvis-nbl- e are of Iron, end making n and the mer nole The Liilte-t- were cracking overhead. and I wns severely wounded, but one . most wreck.-.- ! my nerves; pretty latter shell wound.shot wound W." pre not to breathe, as Fritz has an The "8. ...mi. ion, .,ur.i inc.-- lu.uuies 01 .lie , rrap(1 a fe. fert hacii , ,he fi,r. fellow return. 0 without n scratch, with- - soon from the stretcher above eye like an eagle when he thinks you ine. the dominated, esieclnlly among the Uoynl ,, , someone Is getting trench out any prisoner. No doubt thl chap Irishman became aware of the fact ltelil artillery nnd Iloyal engineer. are knocking nt his door. When a star In their that yurd. There is onlyfresh ,,, ,,Mr,.,i ...r one .i.i.,,, ,.,,i,ii,. ,,,,..i i... ,i, front i. t wur the one who hail sneezed and shell Is burning In Tommy's rear he way to cut n barbed Alioiit forty different regiment were that the bandage from his (xit had bewire without noise went down the line looking for the cut the barbed wire. can hold his breath for n week. come loose; It must have pained hlin represented, and many arguments en mm experience tommy e ,,,, ml In the official communique our trench horribly, because be yelled tn a loud sued as to the r.- lMon Ton blacken your face and hands so has uiroiiKii an expert In doing tlie fighting nbl! become this. rm(MaK j cam, , lun raid was described as follows: Ity of each ri'glment. The rivalry wa that the light from the star shells will voice: oa must grasp the wire about two , ke uf llrh not reflect on your pale face. In a Inches "All quiet on the western front, ex-- 1 "If you don't stop this bloody death wonderful. A Jock arguing with nn' from the stake In your right han(.n(. m ,Q ,he dlm ceptlng In the neighborhood of Com-- 1 wagon and fix this d tno trench raid there Is quite sufficient bandage on Irishman, then a strong Cockney so' . -- ,.,,1,1 ,,. hand and cut between the stake and , reason for your face to" be pale. If you wimmI, where one of our raid- - i my foot, I will get out and walk." mocourt rent would butt In In favor of a Lonj our ii.uiu. blackened, nnd knew-- It was the body Ing parties penetrated Into the German I The girl on the seat turned around don 'regiment. don't believe me, try It Just once. Before long a Welsh-- , If you cut a wire Improperly, a of one of my mates. I put my hand lines." I Then another reason for blackening by a member of a York- -' and In a sympathetic voice asked. man, follow loud twang will ring out on the night on his bend, the top of which had been your face and hands Is that, after you It Is needless to say that we had no "I'oor fellow, are you very badly shire regiment, anil, perhaps, a Cniin- banjo blow n off by a bomb. My fingers sank have entered the German trench nt air like the snapping of a linn Intrude themselves aud the argu wounded!" ne for onr persuaders or Come-along-, struig. I'erhaps this noise can be Into the hole. I pulled my hand back as we brought back no prisoners, und night, "white face" means Germans, The Irishman, at this question, let ment waxes loud and furious. The e full of blood nnd brains, then I went until I die Old Pepper's words, "I'er- - out a howl of indignation aud "black face" English. Coming around heard only for fifty or seventy-fivpatients In the s start howling for n traverse you see a white face In yards, but in Tommy's mind It makes crnzy with fear and horror and rnshed I don't believe thut thut part swered. "Am I very budly wounded, them tn settle their dispute outside u loud noise In Ilerlln. along the wire until I came to our of the German tre neh l occupied," will what bloody cheek; no, I'm not wound-alway- s and the ward Is In an uproar. Tho front of you. With a prayer nnd wishWe hnd cut n lane about halfway tne. I had lost turned down this Inn ing Frlti "the best o' luck," you Introcome tefme when I hear some I ed, I've only been kicked by u canary bend sister comes along and with u through the wire when, down the cen- ilen fomethlnz Inside of me seemed fellow trying to get away with a fishy bird." wave of the hand completely routs the duce him to your "persuader" or ter of our line, twnngl went nn Im- - to snv. "fiok around I .11.1 so; r but. statement. knuckle knife. 1 will Judge It accordingly. The ambulance Immediately stopxl, iloiithty warriors and again fllcnfo properly cut wire. We crouched down, M cauMnt on Ule Ieft fhoulder. It A little later we arrived at the comand the corisiral came to the rear and reigns supreme. did not hurt jnuch. Just felt as If someWe.lnes.lay and Sunday of each week munication trench named Whisky fixed him up, and ill washed out my CHAPTER XXVII. one hnd punched me In the back, and street, which led to the fire trench at looked right eye, I was too we-ato thank were visiting days nnd ' then my left side went numb. My nnn the point we were to go over the top him, but it was n great relief. Then forwnrd to by the men. boenuse they Blighty. m " put In front was dangling like a rntr. I fell forward containing fruit, sweet jjnej From this first-aipost,.after Inocu I must have become unconscious, be- meant parcels u pntl.-n- t had a regular. In n sitting position. But all the fear When In onr rear we're four stretcher bearlating me with antitetanus serum to cause when I regained my senses, the or fag. lev visitor, hnd left me and I was consumed with was generally kept Weil ers and a corporal of the It. A. M. C. prevent lockjaw, I was put Into mi am ambulance was at a standstill, and my ! supplied rage and cursed the German trenches. with these delicacies. Gre-a- t carrying a pouch containing medicines K removeii irom u. bulnnce and sent to a temi.rnry h- - ( Jealousy Is shown among the men a With my right hand I felt In my tunic i. .! appliances. and first-aiKind of a I nu III Kill. (IIIIVI ll "Mr .1. l.la. sl. II,.,.- - TV. or shell dressing. In hosoltal we hnd to grim reminder to us that our expedtheir vl.ttors and many word wars for my first-airoud here and there, and I could see stretch- to alone feeling over my tunic my hnnd came after the viwtor leave, uretn hurrying to und fro. Then ition was not going to be exactly a picabout five miles In length. This road ' When n man Is sent to n convales In contoe-- t with one of the liomhs which carried Into a hospital train, . nn,ir o.i il flr f.,r .. n,,.i el,..., i ' nic. The order of things was reversed. 1 inrrled. Gripping It. I pulled the pin l'H.L.-.- l like cent home, he generally turn over h In civilian life the doctors generally "'' a flurc would light up the ky- -a tre-- , T" ll'kl11'' out with my teeth and blindly threw- - It niendous exploslon-u- nd come first, with the undertakers tagJ"" I'ur white, and we steady visitor to the man In the next then the road towards the German trench. I tnut ging In the rear and then the Insuru" Cr"" "iKses; we . seem.il to tremble. We did not mind. ","?t ''ur Mot visitors have uutogrnph album have been out of my head, because I though no doubt some of us wished . ''iught they were angels. And they ance man, but In our case, the underwaif only ten feet from the trench nnd and bore Tommy tn death by asking were. takers were leading, with the doctors him tit write the particulars of hi took n chance of being mangled. J trailing behind, minus the insurance I .ice ...lie son uuiisn u.iu wounding In same. Several Tommli the bomb had failed to go Into the adjuster. white sheets. ' trench 1 would Lave lieen blown tn try to duck thl unpleasant Job by tillA lied Cross nurse sat beside, me The presence of the R. A. M. C. men bits by the explosion of my own bomb. during the whole ride which lasted ing the visitor that they cannot write, did not seem to disturb the raiders, belly the flare of the explosion of the f She was holding my but thl never phases the owner of lb. three huurs. cause many a joke made In an under-'(onalbum ; In or she, generally she, offers! wrist ; I thought I had made a hit, uii bomb, which luckily landed In their, was passed along tlie winding tried to tell her how I got wounded, to write It for them und Tommyls column, ns to who would be first to trench. I saw one big Boche throw up stung Into telling his experience. hi arms und fall backwards, whlln his I but slio wouM put her finger to her Hp take a ride on one of the stretchers. The questions asked Tommy by visiand say, "YvT, I know, but ou mustn't, rifle flew Into the air. Another one This was generally followed by n wish tors would make n clever Joke book talk now, try to go to sleep. It'll do you wilted aud fell forward across the , that, If you were tp be the one, the DBBBBBBlFiuBBEsBBYlL?BBBBaBr sandbags then blackness. good, doctor's orders." Luter on I to n military man. wound would be a "cushy Blighty Some kindly looking old lady will Ileallzing what a foolhardy and risky one." that she wus Hiking my pulse every few minutes, us I was very weak stop nt your bed nnd In a sjmputhcllc' thing I had done, I vrns again seized The stretcher benrers, no doubt, votre nildresee you: "You poor lny, hoping that, If they did have to carry with a horrible fear. I dragged myself from the loss of blood und they ex- wounded by those terrible Germans. to my feet nnd run madly down the anyone to the rear, he would be small IH'Cted mo to snuff It, but I didn't. From the (ruin we went Into umbu-lauce- s You must be suffering frightful pnln. lane through tho barbed wire, stumand light. Perhaps they looked nt me bling over cut wires, tearing my unl- for a short rhle to the hospltnl A bullet, did you say! Well, tell me, when wishing, because I could feel an . .. 1 I ship' Panama. Another palace und more I hnve always wanted to know, did It uncomfortable, boring sensation betuioi, noil lull I ami), mj tiuimin Hn.l uui legs. Just as I was about to reach angels. I don't remember the trip hurt worse goliu; In or coming out!" tween my slioulder blades. They got Tommy generally r pile that he did across the chuniiel. No Man's I a lid aguln, that same voice their wish nil right. , Going up this trench, about every I opened my eyes; I wns being cur- not slop to figuro It out when he was seemed to say, "Turn around." I did , Receiving First Aid. so, when "crack," another bullet I ried on n stretcher through bines of hit. sixty yards or so we would pass n lonenveretithusl-astl- c Olio very people, some cheering, some waving ly sentry, Vho In n whisper would cursing under our breath, trembling nil caught me, this lime In the left shoul-- 1 young thing, stopped nt my bed Inch nwuy from the flags, und others crying, Th Hugs were wish us "the best o' luck, mates." We over, our knees lacerated from the der ubout one-haUnion Jinks, I wus In Southampton, and asked, "What wounded you In tho would blind at him under our breaths; strand of the cut barbed wire on the other wound. Then It was taps for me. llllghty at last. My stretcher wus face!" that Jonah phrase to us sounded very erooiul. i for 11 hnlleiim, nnd The lights Went OUt, In n polite but bored tono I strewn with flowers, ctgurettes, ami When I came to I was crouching In Hiilnous. the Inevitable volley of rifle fire. Noth- "A rllle bulle t." ' ?'" Mnn' IjinI- - Tlll to run down chocolates. Tears started Mi Without any casualties the minstrel Ing happened. I supiKisc the fellow " '"le Willi n look of disdain she piisseel my cheek from my good eye, 1 like a Toop arrived at Suicide ditch, the ' who cut tho barbed wire Improperly hole was about three feet deep, so that to tho next bed, first ejaculating. "Oh I booby was crying. Can ycu bat It! front-lin- e trench, Previously, a wiring i was tho one who had sneezed about. " brought my head n few Inches belotv In "Bllahty." I thought It wus a Then lutu another hospital train, a Only 'a bullet! party of the Iloyal Engineers had cut I half an hour previously. What we the level of, the ground. How I reuchod thut a shell would hit us and end our ride to Paignton, another am- shell." Why she should think n shell a lane through our barbed wire to enwished him would never make his new this hole I will never know. German misery. Personally, I wus not particu- five-howound was more of n distinction benta traversing back "typewriters" were bulance ride, and then I was can led able us to get out Into No Man's I.and. year a happy one. e lar. It was nothing but bump, Jolt, rat- Into Munscy ward of the American me. I don't see uAvhole lot of differ" ,?,N Crawling through this lane, our Ian'N, LlinJ-'- e The olllcer, In my .,,.l..lo,,. nt the' J"'1' . my shell hole tle, and bang. WHne Women's War hospital und put into a ence myself. party of twenty took up an extended-- 1 of the wire should have given the The Auierlcuu Women's War hospiSeveral times the driver would turn l 0VtT bed. order formation about one yard apart. four-tasignal, which meant. "On your. nmJ ,."rowLne mates, This real bed wus too much for my tal was a heuven for wounded men. Overhead thrannel was bursting. around and give us a "Cheero, We had a tap code arranged for our own, get back to your trenchea as They were allowed every privilege possoon be there " fine fellows, unstrung nerves and I fainted. movements while In No Man's Lund, quickly us Kwslble," but aguln he must I could hear the fragWnts slap thu we'll When I camo to, a pretty Bed Cross sible conducive with the rules aud milibecause for various reasons it Is not have relied on the spiel that Old I'ers ground. Then I went out once more those ambulance drivers, a lot of them nursv was bending over me, bathing tary discipline. Tho only fault wut When I came to everything was silence go West, too. safe to carry on a heated conversation per hud given us In the dugout, "i We gradually drew out of the firo my forciieud with cold water, then she that the men's passes were restricted. I a few yards In front of Frits' lines. I believe that that part of the and darkness In No Man's Lund. The officer was on the right of the uermnn trench Is unoccupied." Any was souked with blood and n big flap zone und pulled up In front of an Im- - left and the wurd orderly pluced a To get a pass required an act of parcar- screen around my bed, aud Stretcher-bearers- , liament. Tommy tried many tricks to line, while I was on the extreme left. wny, we got careless, but not so care- - lrom ,ne wouou 1Q m ceit wu uaDS mense dugout cave me s and' much-needebuth and clean pajamas, get out, but the commaiAunt, uu old Two tap from the right would be less thut we sang patriotic songs or in 0Tr 'u roo,1,h- - T,,e w"wl un' tied me down a number Mng from this flap choked me. Out of placed mo on a white table la u brightly Then the screen was removed und a Boer war olllcer, was wlso to them all, passed down the line until I received made anv unu.ee stnrv noise. and It took a new and clever ruse to lighted room, them, then I would send back one tap. During the Intervals of falling star I .W "w . A sergeant of the Iloyal Army Med- bowl of steaming soup was given me. make hltu affix his signature to the It lasted delicious. The officer, In receiving this one tap, .hells we carried on with our wire cut- Wotw " 'bU r"lDg ical corps removed tuy bandages nnd Before finishing my soup the nurst coveted slip of paper. would know that bis order had gone 1lr.g iutll at lust we succeeded It. m"?; As soon as It would get duck many a cot off my tunic. Then tho doctor, came bark to ask ine my name and hnl- down the whole line, bad been undertins brough the Cerimm barbed wire.' rtuf ........ ... with his sleeves rolled up, took charge, tin.nhup Kltu ...a. Ma lr.........i.. ., u i pntleut climbed over the wall and went stood, and that the irfirty win rendy At this we- - vere only ten feet t '"V,0 ,,,,i,i,m,, uun J . ' two-to- p taps froiotbc Gcrtuantrinche in aud I winked back,! n signal. Two U winked at uttle bovk aud tbvu tuWdl to obey the i"cu ul owu" JVKirdJeas of inuuy signs Jf w.wer. Ttmiadrr Is demonstrated, ie ,, f, !,,,,. tl ... ,,, ,,, ,,,.,,. ..,, maBe .., ,,,, , ,,,,. '. - '. ,Z V, ,t"""'S """"m bd.te . (wnunuu re LA 1 WLts, The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 8, 1918. PUBLIC SALE FOUR FINE BLUEGRASS FARMS THE .GIRL Dy MILDRED WHITE (OupjrtrM. 191s, U. S. PRESSING NEED' FOR CAVALRY HORSES Not Only For Immediate War quirement!. But For the Future. Re- tr Wtttrrn Ntwupiptr 1'sloo.j ' Saturday,AuglO,'18 -- e.,. ..,rT A.M. .DECEASED, DIVIDED INTO FOUR TRACTS WILl ON THE ABOVE DATE. AT 10,30 MERCER COUNTY. KY.. ON DANVILLE TURNPIKE, SELL TO LIMITS OF HARRODSDURC. ONE MILE FROM mnnF.R THE FARM OF LEE RIKER. AT HIS LATE RESIDENCE. I I SCRIUED AS TOLLOWS. TRACT NO. 1. alf mil on ACUKS fronting Danville pike (one of the finest roads in the State. I Handsome frame residence with ten room, four halls, three porrhrs, large cellar of shade Tine garden, law ynnl with plcnt trc. s. Urge barn. silo, corn cril.. ice house. ANo Jniry and other necessary one four room tenant house. Cistern at main Everlasting spring n.l dwelling ami wells on tract. TRACT NO. 2. mile an jr.r.h2 ACUKS fronting une-lut- f Panville pike Two four room tenant houses Tun iimall barns, two large tobacco barn. by three springs Watered stripping room and pond lor..!M TRACT NO. 3. to nearly one mile on good county mail. I.ri:e frame dwelling with Fine gard-en- , eight room, two halls, two porches. )ard anil shade tree. Fine large stock 1arn, sheep barn, corn crib. Ice boue anil othWell watereil by er necessary two wells cistern, spring and large poml fed IMO.'JO ACUKS frontinir ' by everlasting springs. TRACT Tn.SII ACUKS NO. 4. tu one-hamile on county roail. No improvements except gooil fencSeveral ing. Watereil b pond anil spring. splendid buibling sites ro,lK kibeuArel fronting , .c writ WATERED. EVERYONE OF T. L F UELN MOSTLY IN GRASS CULTIVATION, HAVING OR ANY TOBACCO. CORN. WHEAT HLMP FINE t .or - FENCED AND IN HIGH STATE OF Qp ars WILL PRODUCE OF SALE. WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DATE TERMS V.RY REASONABLE AND ,. Carr who is on the property will take PI .''"lirroi.sbur, Ky . C K Uankin. pe,,.c buyer, an., we solicit and invUe a who Z:r ,, NOJ AND L W.LL BE SOLD SEPARATELY. - -J ,.a, CHAS. N. BIKER. XECUTOR. JOHN I. VAN AKSDALK, Auctioneer. Labor. en-Hew H Had Benefited. l.alr la the grandupconqueror, more; (In well known Chatty Waller nations rlchlng and building who l griming stouter) "I am ' surely than the proudest battles. here Is iiure. sir. that jour tay (.'banning. doing you gid : you're twice the gen I wnen you came, tleman you were Miss Yellowleaf "A womon'a aga doesn't really matter." Miss Caustlqui "No; the thing that counts la how long she has been that age." Life. Whit Really Counted. bn I The Bath Habit In the eighteenth century the bath was a season's een, anil soap was almost a thine iinkmmn. It was scarce, ly eer used, or at least Infrequently. It was by no means lmllsiensiible as Ami most of us a toilet necessity. can recall the lime. mues an when Saturday nlsht was religiously dedicated to the weekly l.iilh. That Is why we all appreciate the story of the woman who wrote her friend: "We Just moved Into a It has the cutest new apartment Imlhtuti. I can hardly wait until Saturday nlsht." j , I J Uncla Eben. "A man dat depends on flattery to An Englishman no first coming to "How clean help Mm along," said Uncle Kben. "aln" New York remarked: they keep their streets, and their little very much dlffunt Turn de man dat children wear rings!" World Outlook. tries to do business wlf counterfeit! money." The Paron'a Reproof. wniiiiniii, mi. Self. Restraint Valutble. erltlclre one of my flock," Vnld Par-'so- n many men For want of Brown from the pulpit, as he are engaged all their lives In fighting 4m) pound glared reprotlngly at the with difficulties of their own making, member In the front pew. who had and rendering, success Impossible by suddenly wakened from his little nap ungcntlcness; their own "Hut. In the language with a snort whilst others, who may be muih less of the father In the beautiful parable gifted, make their way and achieve of the prodigal son, I feel like saying. uccess Py simple, patient equanimity Bring hither the f.ilted calf and kill Samuel Smiles. and i ! It.'" NO BREAKING 0 : Oi OUR NO. 14 1:2 BALE TIES AS THEY ARE THE BEST A Good Supply bought right and will be sold at a Bargain e 9i o 0 l Hay Baler Men are asked to call and see us before engaging their supply. Hilly rode gloomily through (he dusk, his head, usually held In soldier erectness, now drooped as Ms e)i fiillnwed (he line of road. It wiih over at last, bis one dream of love, Billy's life, before the girl bad coiiib Into It, had been u routine of home und duty, enjoyable enough, hut afli'r bo had seen her there was no more, ordinary routine, no enjoyment In anything but the rapture of her presence. Yes, that Is the wuy that Hilly felt. Sh bad entered the entertainment hall of his home town one ctcnlug, and bad by chain e Included him In her cursory gaze. Then noiiiethltig dormant had leaped to life In llllly'a heart. He bad heretofore scoffed at love at first flight "Imaginary nonsense," the matter of fact Hilly bad called It but on this occasion ho turned to u companion "Who?" he demanded confusingly, but the companion understood. "Guest of the Hunters," be replied. Suddenly, as though the girl herself was obsessed with the same Mrange magic, she looked wondvrlngly back at ltllly. Across her lovely face flitted, a seeming glume of recognition, then her eyes had been lowered demurely as she passed on Into a seat. Hilly fretted through the entertainment In his eagerness to meet her, and fought his way through detaining friends at Its conclusion, to find the girl missing as he reached the end of the aisle. Hilly sat until a late hour that night, making various possible plana to gain the coveted acquaintance, his chief dtlliculty being the removed hoclal jiosltlon of the Hunters. Long had the wealthy copper man's family lorded It ocr their townspeople, and Hilly was decidedly out of class. The girl too, his friend confided, "came from a wealthy family." And though Hilly was poor, a pauper, no doubt she, would consider him, here was the love of one night, Inughlng at obstacles and scheming for victory. Hut Billy's best laid plans failed utterly, until the night of bis enlistment. A reception was given to the boys preparing to answer their country's call, and she was there. More beautiful than Hilly In his wistful dreams had fancied her, was the little guest of the Hunters. Then again, as though answering his silent yearning call, she looked back Into Hllly's eyes, and miraculously crossed the room to his side. The pretty color came and went In her cheeks as she had advanced toward him, and he was ready, with a reassuring greeting. "I want to shake hands with nnr soldiers." the girl said. "I want to wish you well." It was the companion again, who Introduced them. And Hilly had been privileged to see her few times since. These chance meetings were his rosary ; happily be counted them "o'er and o'er," while nearer came the time of his departure for camp. Striding savagely about the room, Billy acknowledged that so few meetings could not Justify a confession of love, and he further bitterly realized, that bis position could never warrant that confession. So Hilly had bidden holding her hand la the girl good-bythe clasp of a friend, and murmuring "that It had been a pleasure to know her." She had smiled brightly over the farewell, and assured him-- of her admiration for his courage; so It was all over, and as Billy now gloomily rode along, he came to the sign of the "Hed Cross Benefit Lawn Fete," and In hope that he might see the girl once more, he left his car and passed In the bunting. Hut his searching eyes were Before him a gypsy tent flounteil an Imltntlnn, "Come In and have your fortune told," and Billy went lulde. Then for a moment he xtood, bis heart pounding maddeningly, for It was the Ideullzed girl berelf, who In charming gypsy costume knelt In the center of the tent, "Your fortune sir?" nsked the girl, and there wus no recognition In her professional gaze. Hilly collected himself with an effort und held forth his huud. The girl bent low, reading bis palm, while he louged wildly tu kiss the Howersln her hair, "Tomorrow," alio began, "you start umui u long Journey, much of sorrow and strife will you see, but your return will bo triumphant, all Joyful." "Not Joyful." whlspoml Hilly. her eys met his. "If the woman I love, would be waiting to rejoice with me, that only could be true." The dark eyes were sympathetic. "Tbu woman you love has refused youl" "I have not dared to speak my love," Hilly said gently. Suddenly, tent uuil gypsy were forgotten. "Hut I must tell you now aud It donsn't matter, From tho mosoon I will be away. ment you first turned your facu to mine, girl, how I've loved you I Poor, and far removed from all that to which you are accustomed, I even dared to dream dreams which war has wisely ended." He arose, "flood-bye.- " But the girl was again on her knees bending over his hand. "I had not finished your fortune," aha aald breathlessly. "Your return will be triumphant, all Joyful, because every step of your way the heart of the woman who loves you goes, and 1 will wait for you here, dear," aald th Hervey & Woods PAINT LICK, KY. Washington. I) C. July S. The task of horsing Itncle Sam' troopers Is one of the problems of the day It Is nut alone a matter of suppllng a sufficient number of remounts for the cavalry arm of the service for pmsent day need. The question of a reierre of the proper type for the future bulks largn In the foreground Cut. John 3, Fair of the (juartermaater Corps has this moit important work In hsnd for the Federal Government. Col Fair Is In Intimate touch with horse conditions throughout the I'nited Status, and no man spealts with greater knowledge of the country's needs In the matter of riding horse type. He reallies that It Is from the quick, active families of which the thoroughbred standard bred and Morgan are representatives, that the remount supply must be drawn. Col Fair's plea for sn accelerated campaign of remount production should carry weight with breeders tn ovary part of tho Union and make them eager to assist the (tovernraent "I think," said he today, that we were all begullud Into a feeling of security by the census of 19IU. which announced that there were 2Z.UiJD.000 It was horses In the United' States not until we were at war ourselves that the fact struck home that a very large proportion of these were draught breeds and that cavalry remount material was eicesMllngly scarce Transport snd gun horses we have in abundance, thanks to the Importation of Percheron and other draught breeds, but In the matter of the riding horse, aimless and purposeless breeding outside of a few regions has reduced our standard to mediocrity There ha not been that systematic effort In horse production which Is a feature of the economic development of most foreign governments, notably that of France which I generally recognised a a model for the world The only helpful Influence I know of that ha beon constant la that eicrcld by the breeding bureau of the Jockey Club la New York State and a similar organisation un more restricted lines In Kentucky. "The only light horse families," resumed Col, Fair, "that have been proIn the United duced systematically States for a specific purpose are the thoroughbred or standard bred trotter, and these have been developed for racing purposes. It Is fortunate for this country that this should have been done, as these animals furnish an admirable foundation upon which to Both build our war horse structure. have been brought to their high state of perfection through breeding and racing tests, and in tbe process of evolution through which they have passed the weak have fallen by the way aide. Nataro la every breeding venture gives a certain proportion of failures. These trials of'speed hsve developed the heart and lung power of the animals taking part In them. We will therefore not have to breed thoee quel-Itle- a Into the riding horse of the future If we follow the lines which success I am has blued for our guidance. therefore greatly In favor of tbe breeding activities for the production of the thoroughbred, as this Is the line upon which we hope to build a type of cavalry horse. "Of (he foreign nations now at war," resumed Col. Fair, "Kngland was the only country that bad not a welt grounded plan for cavalry remount pro. duction, Her troopera were honed largely from the racecourse and the hunting field, and these furnished the 170,000 head In the emergency follow. Today through Ing the mobilization the generosity of Col. Hall Walker she has her own breeding studs under the control of an ezpert and a British officer told me a few daya ago that the work wa progressing famously Tire Race Courae the Indlspenesble Test. The sires which are expected to keep up the high standard of eiceP lence must prove their right to reproduce themselves. They are tested tar speed, courage, sourduess and bottom. This Is the same method which Is In vogue In France and other Continental countries. "There seem to be an Idea In some portions of the United States that mares can not bo worked prior to inotherhocd and tor aomo time after the foals have been born. Visitors to France and rural England Had colt following their dazue about tbe noble aa the matron help to till the toll or garner the harvest, Moderate work is benedolal for mother and offspring. "Another matter upon which the farmer should be enlightened Is thst breeding operatlonamay be carried Into the autumn, when most of the year'a work has been concluded, If mother and foal arc well nurtured and warmly housed growth will be rapid, and tn. some Instances as yearlings there will be ltttle difference between late and early foals. When our cavalry regiments return from oversea they will have to be rehorsed, A Patriotic Enterprise. "Tbe breading of cavalry remounts, therefore, Is a matter of patriotic endeavor, and every man who has a mare ot the proper type should regard It as a duty to mate bar this year, I understand that the New York State Constabulary la doing yaoman service tn thle inspect aal that horse breeding la the Batpare State ha been great! stimulated through Its with the farmers. "Karly In war when Huasl mad her great offensive and penetrated F.ast Prussia," said Col. Fair In conclusion, "the announcement was mad that Germany deplored the loss of 10,. 000 choice marea from on of Its most famous breeding studs mors than any other misfortune connected with the campaign. I am ready to subscribe to the sentiment that such a number of the proper type of mare would be Invaluable to us todsy. To Germany whose hore wastage Is greater than that of any other country, they would be prkelen. The Jockey Club, It chairman, Major Auguit Belmont, F. Ambroie Clrk, Henry T Oinard and many others have donatod or loaned to the Government for a term of year horses ot the type to beneSt tbe move I ment " Hortee of Thoroughbred Type tm) Beat. Lieut Col. M C. Bristol Is another member of the Government remount household who Is a believer In thoroughbred blood In the trooper's mount Col Bristol haa had much to do with tbe selection of the staJllona whlck have been Inaugurated at Front Royal. Va., and Forts Iteno and Keogh In Oklahoma and Montana, respectively, H and those working under hi supervision have been extremely careful la making their selections .Ho ur.ouund or bad tempered animals hare bsn and whenever a horse asi found with a good racing record lie was preferred to another of eq.ll N'ew Ycrk-er- s nif r't In all other raiiiset hid an opportunity during the recent Belucnt Park mset.ng to see Knn of them when Light Arms. Saratoga Roly, Achievement and other horses donated by the Jockey Club's breeding bureau and Individuals were exhibited on the stretch Farmers Essential. In discussing the Government's remount plan tn general, Col Bristol said "There was a disposition at first on the part of tome to think that we were engaging In the breeding business In opposition to the farmer Nothing could be further from the truth, We have, no desire to antagonize the farmer In his breeding ventures As a matter of fact we are laying the foundation tor a plan which will be of untold bmeflt to the farmers and horse breeders of the Union. It Is our Idea to 1 reed stallions at our depots which will be distributed to the farmers free of sny obligation. There will be no service fee and every aid will be given to stimulate the production of tbs proper I type of remount without any strings to ) the proposition "I hope thst there will be an to-- ' creased Interest In the racing, norm bow and bunting actlrttte of tn country, a all ot this makss tor Mm jerelopment of the typo of va te want" kn Which Kind of ParlorT The building trade today Is largely using methods In use In the days of tbe I'haniohs, said the principal architect of the office of works, nt the Ilo.ial Sanitary Institute In Ilnglund recently. "The pnrlor question." he 'went on, "Is n difficult one. Some people rrefer one large, pleus int room to a pokey living rimm and small isir-lor- . Others urge that tbe parlor Is necessary for children tn do tluir les- sttns in. to accommodate the piano and I household goods, anil also the coffin In 'the event of a death In the family." I Learn to Do Without. One of the arts of life Is to learn how to do without. Few of us have everything we consider desirable and If we grumble nt ecery little deprivation we make ourselces miserable and our associates uncomfortable. To learn to do without nnd yet ho cheery and goes far toward making life a happy, success. A FAMILY MEDICINE Black-Draugh- In Her Mother' Home, Say Tbli t. Georgia Lady, Regarding Relief From Headache, Malaria, Chills, Etc. Ttlnggold. Ca. Mrs. Chas. Caston. of this place, writes: "I am a user In fact. of Thcdford'a It was ono of our family medicines Also In my mothcr'a home. v;hcn I was a child. 'When any of us children complained of headache, usuall) caused by constipation, she gave ui which wuulJ a doso of Otteu In thJ rectify the trouble. Spring, we would bavo malaria and chills, or troubles of this kind, w pretty regwould take Black-Draugular until the liver acted well, and we would soon bo up and around aguln. We would net be without It. for It certainly has saved us lots of doctor bills. Just a doso ot Black-Draugwhen not so well aavea x lot of days In bed." has been Thcdford'a Black-Draugtn use for many years In the treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles, and the popularity which It now enjoys Is proof ot Us merit It your liver Is not doing Its duty, you will suffer from such disagreeable symptoms as headache, biliousness, constipation, lndlsestlon, etc.. and unless something Is done, serloua trouble may result. has been Tbedford's BlacU-Draugfound a raluable remedy for the vegetable, and troubles. It Is purely acts In a prompt and natural way, regulating the liver to Us proper functlona and cleansing the bowels ot Impurities. Try U. Insist on Thed-tord'tna original and genuine. B Ti The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 8, 1918. h tiOt.nXWWXICKJtlOOOOlJOCM'JtKWiOW boom constantly from seven to ten I'AINT LICK X . every morning white the machine Classified Column guns rattle like n "lizzie" under a INCORPORATED. visttfngj ISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSS' Miss Willie William'! full throttle. COLUMN Sl.&o a vkah. relatives in and near Klriniond. , tiKD Weekly. LaaHHaMssssssstsssssssssssst'. " If you drive out on the road at SSamHsf.9HOMSSSalBsssssialmHr RATLSt B night you are halted by a Sammy nnd Little Saufley llughc Is int r J. K. ROBINSON. Emtok. -. SsWW'lPMsssssssssassssm ?r ordered to "sidetrack" and let the his gtiindmotlicr, Mr. James Krone Single Insertions lc n word R. L. KLKIN. Local K.tlmr unci Mgr. artillery trucks by. They maneuver Mrs. Richardson of Liuisv,1le, is i ad taken fur less tnnn 20c Thcis two splcntnd boys whose every night and have no lights Get- visiting her mother. Mrs. E, E, White m th. J cjliimn. Xn nils lii'thi 1 pictures we run in this Issue, lire sons ting the boys used tn the dark, 1'osl lime: tn I,anc.ter. KLtrrrital tha Misses Stella, l.uta nnd Cleone Mc c lu.r.n charted. of Mr J T HolUcIaw. of this county guc. second CUso Mull Matter n. last Seven insrrtlnns for the It seems to be the general impres- Whertcr, were in Loxlne-oanil are. now tioing iat for the.r sion thnt the work here will not be week. Kentucky Press Association country, rice of live. Mrs. W. F Parks is v siting ..r aud d v eloped, but moved to Xorth Cnro-l.n- a ssaaaams!aaaBBBBBBBBBBBB Ph ne orders must be puid This doubtless originated from daughter, Mrs. Will.ani Dav.s. ti " Eighth District Publishers League, rsmr'l: fie newspapers, but there is no truth Jackson. The acntonment Is being .i k m ii tot v it n m a K'Jd In it in. u n Mrs. Mary Galloway of I.ex tig' Rates For Political Aniuiunccincnts built here and you can tell anybody is visiting tier parents. Mr and Mr- -. IssssammmmmmmH sssssssssssssliammmmmmmmmmH Far Precinct anil Citv Olfi:es . . $ D.'X) that they can come here with the V. C. Fish. M.K 14 ltushek German 10.00 "or County Offices csur.mcc of getting work. J. K. Robinoon in.. Mrs Jon Comett of Ohio sp ' tor State and District Offices. . . . 16.00 have been M.'.io property owner the week end with her num. Mrs ! i f ALE: ; Severn! fittet 10 of ror Calls, per line ns'if'od to vacate within 30 davs T. Thompson. 10 furniture, ("nil this nl. I fashioned For Cards, per line alii tie have already moved. Dow Parks and fiimil) of Shelby trice For all publications In the interVery Truly, ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs est of individuals or expresSPECIAL AGENT. H. J. Tinsley. WANTLP: -- A rubber tir brtak U. M. Burgess. sion of individual views, per condition. urt in firt-clMrs 11. W. Howard ami children of The Mulunl I ife lr.sur.tt 10 line Kr rnii of Louis Tinder will be linbinwn Cook. I.nymon, Ky., spent the week endpany. of NVwnrk. J jrkl. obituaries, per line .05 glad to hear from him through the lognuod the wcrt of Juir r r with 5lrs. A. It. Wynn. FOR RKNT-aettu- e -- My home et Maple following interesting letter which he tiu.r Mrs Bowling and Miss I.iil.i Mc Krisbie. ar.' ha, t . v ''i Mm. Klita Hill. Hat written the Central Record. I.oiu Lancaster, jr., August 8. 1918 special agetf. ron' n. tile trrr'tir volunteered into the service several Whorter. left Tuesday, for a visit to of Central an I Kasiern Kenturk) II months ago. June 1st to be exact, relatives in Winchester. will asrunie Ins dutu - about Septem Roan scarring rig FOR SALE: Mr. and Mrs. Green Bowling and und was sent to Camp Lee. Va., her 1st. Judge l'nsbie is nmwitt red isti-ni- l extra good shorthorn bull. REID. where he has been ever since. He famil.v. spent Sunday with Mr. and the best insurance men in one of Wooils Walker, Paint Uck. Ky. passed successfully through a crit Mrs. E. C MeWhorter. On Friday nfternoon at six o'clock the state und the . umpuny is to be ical operation nnd has now about Mr. James Oliver Reid 'died at hi: Mrs. Saufley Hughes of KOR SALE: senger Ford Five congratulated upon securing his sal His letter follows: recovered. residence on Richmond street, the Sargeant James Edwin Holtaclaw was. the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. I liable services cor, in good running order. Just Hospital. Camp Lee, Va. Bare end coming peacefully after a linger Francis, the past week. Geo. F. Hatcher, Ed as he Is familiarly known, was During his front the city painted. August 3rd, l'.HH ing illness of several months. The one of the first ten boys who left IjinciutiT. Ky Mi Eva MeWhorter has returned his local insurance hustne, buth "'IS-Ht-p- d last five weeks of his life were ones "Old GarrarJ," having volunteered The Central Record. home after several dajs visit with tire and life .nil I.- looked after by LOST: Black, white and tan dog Ky., Lancaster, of intense suffering, which he bore to go at that time although he was relatives in Bowling Green. Joe J. Walker. Jr . at the Citizens and bkek, white and tan bitch Dear Friend: I remember your re bravely, and often spoke of passing very much farther down the list of .Mrs. 11. W. Roop of Frank- National Bank Both have collar, mnrked Woods Wnl camp news Mr. and quest to send you a bit of from time to eternity without fear. regiftrants. week with ker. Paint Lick, Ky. Reward. have writ fort are spending the Mr. Reid was born in Madison He was stationed at Camp Taylor now and then.andwould their relatives around Paint Lick. county, August 20th, 1854. He was until April 27th, when he was trans- - ten you before if there had been anyWANTED GRAZING: -- si) acres FreiH car lime jutt in. SanJ, L son of Andrew Reid and Luvlsa fered to Camp Upton, N. Y., from thing of interest that had come to of goa.1 gras. plenty of water, 3 milyou may already Cement, Kock, Brick, Kanawha Sail. Carpenter. He was the last of which place he sailed the 4th of June my notice but, as (VlBBBBBBnl es from Ijincntir. Phone, Ilujion, Hughet & Tarnau. my time has been family of four, two sisters and one for over sea duty. vBfHSaBBta, He writes that know, most of Frank Phillips, Stanford, Ky Mr. and Mrs. Webb McGinnis, of brother preceding him to the grave, he is enjoying the best of health and spent in the hospital ever since my are spending the All perwn having claims against He married Miss Mary Rose, of this is striving to do his "bit" for his arrival here, and thereforemy budget North Carolina, of news is limited to the ward to week with relatives and friends at county, who died April 14th, 1901 country. the estate of Lucy llillTmati, dccesis-tn- t, I Nuw, Paint Lick. Ky have been assigned. leaving him four small girls, just ns are hereby notified to pretint Hi I present address is. 51 En which r hospital news is mighty uninteresting lie and they needed her most. sa:ne at enr. properly Mrs. Harry MeWhorter entertain Thus ir nJers, Compans 11.. A E. F but I thought you might like to hear ed ver delightfully last week in lion we see he had led a practically sad Admr Earnesi hov happy I was made just the other ifc. having no interests outside of of her mother, Mrs. Morse, rf KOR SALE. A )snlsn-,-e set of HOW OUR BOYS FIGHT by a letter from home which Greenville. c'a his home, trying to be a mother and Illinois. walnut furniture, some antique furnen 'jSe.l tre nflectlonale anil Kimiiy father to the children left him. Mr. and Mrs James Ralston have iture, and a hand rncum cleaner. All greeting of almost a whole regiment r turned from Louisville where they The esteem m which he was h' Id b S ft IN Inquire at this in rood condition. of friends in Garrard County. his neighbors was evinced by the kin went to see their son, J. II. Ralston. otTirc. Pm!- - i n tre.i: .le "and 'i I r ost earnestly hope that you .y anil untiring attention shown tn at Camp Taylor. i llomur. ( l!iu fi r 'I'tr.. link's r u never come to realize me awiui his last illness. Thclove shown by MONEY TO I.OAN:--O- n farm Mrs M. L. Xoe has returned from CrtisaitiT tin I'r. ten Statt . (Iffi- U'i -- usiicss of ward hospital life, but the two daughters, who were able to Sis per cent intcrrt. Ions, visit to rel.rtives in Harlan, bring etal War I' lin wliuh will be shown lands ever should, you will then be with him, was evinced by their de Money fur time and easy terms. ing home with her daughter, Mrs there mM Wednesday afternoon nishcd promptly I.n.v ivhat cheering word from your votion and tender care, ministering II V. Skilrs. and ntirht fnii ds mean to a fellow when he is Ward and her son, Harold. to him until the last. Crab Orclmrd. X. . When shown in other cities these ue u in a hospital. He Mr. R. L. Hill and sun. Robert. Jr. a member of the Baptist Uist Sun- - have returned to their home in Tenn. fibt.s were the uhjtct of unusual in This is what happened. L0ST:-7Ne- ar church ant! the services were con Camp Dick Robin terest, ami the engagements were son last Monday, 34x1 Racine Cord 0a tive automobile loads of friends and were accompanied by her ducted by his pastor. Rev. S. G. Cat Am Mr. and Mrs. W. (). Anderson. marked by capacity business. surprised Father and Mother with a by Rev. J. R. Moorman dson assisted automobile tire and rim. Liberal erica's part m the war both at home reward if returned to After attending church servisit after which the body was laid to rest Mr. George Wilson received a let and abroad is shown in intereeting vices in the morning the whole party .n the Lancaster cemetery last Sun Jumcs House, Danville, Ky. Gilbert, iletnil. One of the most striking por f our lawn, where ter last week from his son, took posM-ssioday afternoon. I am In the WHEAT WANTED: they spread picnic refreshments, nnd in France.v. ho was seriously woumkil Hons of the film Is that of tho Amer Tender sympathy goes out to the grenade. ican soldit rs at the front. They are market to buy our wheat for J. W. gave the family a delightful even- by the explosion of n hand daughters in their deep bereavement. The did not forget "yours He will he sent home a soon as he shown in the front line trenches, tak Zurtng and Co. Will give tho best ing price and furnish all sacks. of warfare vi lli the Hun. truly" either, because yesterday I is able to stand the trip. MT. HEBRON W K. Parks. Puint Lick. K ing part in the actual grim activities received a cheery word from every .Miss Gladjs and Joe Hazel Me John B. Holticlaw. "Pershing's Crusaders" is distrib one of them written while they were Whorter wire hostess at a beautiful Mr. Onstott sold some calves to Bi.hi WANTED for the New- This is the youngest son and vol at my home. This makes me very party last Friday. 40 youngsters uted by the First National Exhibitors' Buckeye School House. Bids must Mr. Walker Ilurdctt, last week. unteered for the service on July 9th, happyCircuit. Inc responded to the invitations and a be in by noon Augutt 31st. Plans. Mrs. E. F. Scott who has been sick and was sent immediately to I'aris Give my best regards to all my very pleasant afternoon was spent and specifications will be nt 'he Island, X. C, he having chosen the is improving. believe me, friends and playing games, lifter which delight- A TRIBUTE TO CLAYTON County Clerks office Mrs Josephine Hicks is some bet Marines to do his fighting for "Uncle Most sincerely yours. ful refreshments were served. Miss Jennie Higgins. Supt. Sam." ter at this writing. G. Tinder. Louis John graduated from the High ANDERSON ARNOLD. A clipping from Sundays Courier- Miss Ruth Droaddus spent the week I have OR SALE. in stock one Journal is as follows: Mr. Wood end with her parents, near Wilmorc, school here in 191C, with the highest e The oldest son of Thontpsun M Silo tixllo. Clear Oregon 1'ir, honors of his class. He is exceedARRARD FANILY GIVES ford W. I.ongmoor was host at a staves, eiimcity 80 tons, wht.b Miss Buela May was with her moth-er- , ingly popular and has in host of week-en- d party, his guests be- antl .Margaret .Mills Artiol. was I will sell at n great bargain. river Drop at Wilmore, Saturday and Sun friends here who wish him god FOUR SONS TO WAR. ing Mrs. Charles Knight, of Louis- born October J7th. 1M!7. and passed me a card or call phone tills. Standay. speed in the branch of tho service ville, and the Miss Lear of Paint Lick from earth July Utti, l'.i8 at his ford, Ky., at my expense. Mrs. H. It. Montgomery and baby, he has chosen. Tile family of George M. Wilson Messrs J. Quiucy Ward Ills present address and J. J. home which had been the center of W. P. Kincaid. spent Wednesday with her mother, is, 201 Company. Marine Barracks, of Taint Lick has given four sons to King. The trip was made in Mr. his happiness for so many ytars Mrs M. A. Sanders. whom are already the war. two of I'aris Island, X. C. KOR SALE 01! TRADE: King's, launch to the Big Eddy In his private life h was a pure, up, About ov ersens. Rye wanted. Highest market where a house boat was taken and right, honorable man. His constat iCO acres of Knox County coal nnd Hume Wilson is a Corporal with a price. to our good friend to the lock were cy and loyalty to ins friends were timber land; right, on L. A N. RailWe are indebted bathing and trips brigade now somewhere in France. ' Hudson, Hughet & Farnau. Bascom C. Ford, remarkable. There never lived road and State road. Has four hous for a copy of the made the climate is ,more dutiful and loving brother and es and can be divided to suit purchasMrs. Elizabeth Allen of King's paper pub He writes back that Trouble Buster" a Camp genson His love and reverance for his er. Kor further particular apply Mountain, is the guest of Mrs. Eliza lished at the U. S. General Hospital, excellent and the French people teel, that "on the way over they were parents, particularly his mother, in Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., Utncnster, K tt , beth Onstott. No. 2, at Fort Mcllenry, Baltimore, I by n 'tin fuh' but succecdher old age, were beautiful. As a Route No. I. Phone :137-now stationed. attucked .Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow and where Mr. Ford l ORA1HINO IJ 15 IX. PROCESS I in feeding It some fatal bread." .eit.zen he was held in high esteem by daughter, were with relatives near The paper containes many interesting Selected J. E. Wilson is now in nil who i.netv mm. lie was me soul of articles and at the head of its editor Danville, Sunday. Officers Training Camp In South honor Willi h'm, right was right, FOR SALE: The Mary 11. Pus Miss Ruth Montgomery of Mc- - ial column, rays, "published weekly Carolina. an-- l a rottk '..s wiong, as he now the ton farm, on Kentucky rijer, near Creary, spent from Friday until Mon or whenever news is abundant and Dr. C. B. Wilson is a Second Lieu right that was his side, nun other. the mouth of Sugar Creek, contain the pi inters ure not on u furlough or I day with homefolks, here. T in n great sutlcre- - b whs kind ing about lull acres. About 70 acre und was recently tailed to The Graining Proems i A. W. O. L." Bascom has about tenant fiacre, all fiat turfces for and Mr. and Mrs Auther Montgomery service at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. and cheerful, ever lookniir on the in good state of cultivation. $7011 recovered from a recent stomach adaptcJ al hard a kaI finish. Corporal Gilbert Wilson has been i bright side, and children, were with relatives, in trouble und is enjoyiijR life to the and nt the end, he una or $800 worth of locust posts on Coitaath.i 2c a iqi'r. ioc, it raii.y overseas for some time, and was serJessamine, Saturday and Sunday. patient and resigned. appned and dr.ct quietly; nathablcand farm, also live room house, stock fullest in this splendid hospital. iously injured June 5th, while in By his passing the county hr.s lost flirt mv'r tiur.i kit Tietf la I lit Sam! t roUfc Mrs. Asbury 1'reston spent last .rn and three acre tobacco barn. rm.tt of othtt 6u,k lot even thtnj camp back of the lines. The latest a good citizen, his family a 'ovin week with her son, and family, Mr. U. G. Preston, Agent. Mr. John M. Farm it in receipt report received was that tho gravely husband and father, huch a life aiii Harison 1'reston, at East Hickman of the follow inif letter from our v not lived In vain but it is difficult to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shcrrow and friend Homer J. Tinsley, which is in injured, he has afair chance of NOIICE cry. estimate the value of such a life us son, Leslie, and Mr. Harrison I'reston teresting enough to be published, si It t)U Is ml ftrodiitti ;in i t n ( t. t r It is interesting to note ihat the his. All persona having claims nuainst were with friends here, Sunday. which we gladly do: ml w rr.r'ibnt Id i (DM t Cll grand-fathe- r - t.at boys n tt kith of these fatal. j tf( i the estate of Mrs. Anne W. Robin ' Stithton. K;-- , Aug 2nd, 10IH fought for the cause of four Union Messrs Jas. Hamilton of Lancaster (iiJ set 'it nl " ia fr ... d. the son, deceased, will present same tu Listen Well. Co TH Ois.0 Vftti Eugene Clark, of Doyle and F. W Mr. J. M. Farra, ,c.ii.d Listen well tn the words of n fevr me properly proven nt once.Those in in tho Wur of 'ill, und was Cuptuin Lancaster, Ky. Montgomery and son, of this place men. and to the men of few words. f the Eighth Kentucky Infantry debted to said estnte will kindly setDeir John: Why don't you send which won motored to Frankfort, Sunday. prominent distinction ut tle Imintiliutely. some of the boys down here to work? Mr. Harvey Dean, wife unil chit "I Is" Was Good. Lookout Mountain. Salem Wallace. Hec , The cngnoni were moved here the battle of ilrcn, Craig and Mattie, of Clinton, "I Is," begun u miiiiH student. "I Paint Lick. Kv. from West Point !nt week und we am," promptly corrected the teacher 111., arrived Saturday for a visit to NOTICE lire staking out hundreds of buildings "I am tin- - nliilh letter of the alpine his parents, Mr. und Mrs. A. S. Dean Kerosene. bet," fliiLhcd the boy. Boy's Life. railroad yards to hold 500 cars, Dr. J. W. Weber, the Foot Doctor, Mcsdames Delia Scott and Tabby It Is believed Hint kerniteiiewua first about 20 mile I'erry, of Jessamine, returned home sectioning, 7500 of streets and cross wilt be in Luncaster on Wednesday's We luve ptovrn thr cxcelirncc of used for lighting in IS'.U acres 100.!"U feet. and Saturday's only. Those who und ut,.tr tar ..mis. rrut-niJutt a Duclness Deal. Thursday after a weeks stay with Carpenters liavj begun work and rait between 1 1 :30 b)' set nl Irit, tuft as wr cuil be Dorothy said to her mother: "I relatives and friends here and at Coy already several buildings ure going want to see him Crisp Criticism cf Ccrxip. convinced, btfarc we decide to handle any A. M., und 7:30 I'. M., ut his office went three errands yesterday, und you Golp Is n Hurt or siunko that comes silicic, that it mud afford our cuilorirti Mr. und Mrs. Eugene Clark and lit up. The construction quartermaster promised me two lentK, but If jou nt the SIMPSON HOUSE. the utnioit value in icmce fcr liinti the dirty lobuetii-plof ibuso tle daughter, of Uoyle, were with posted u sign tills morning calling haven't any ihniige today we'll ketllo money. bo dllTuso It; It prnun ii.iihltig but her parents, Mr, und Mrs. F. V. Mont for 200 carpenters und 500 laborers. It for one cent." We can quickly ttacli you to p'-'- a your Hi" bail tnsto of the smoker. Georen CARD OF THANKS. gomery, Saturday night and Sun- Sixty cents an hour for carpenters floor! and icfc'inli tout fuinruia a bon.e Ldot. day. nr. J creapl u and 70cts und HOcts for foremen, We are deeply grateful for the eaiily, permanently, Child's Idea. i Mr, Clinton Brooks of Jessamine, The artillery range is two miles kindness shown us by our friends A little miss wan watchlngthe circus Color VirrUhta i)m Salvationists Raise Silk Worms. while doing some carpenter work for Eait of here and wo ran get a faint, and neighbors, during the Illness and m4 lor soon, vvolwoik parade, and when the calliope mine An nniiutil silk camp for the culllva-lin- n Mr. J. H. Dean, had the misfortune very faint, Idea of life in the front after the death of our dear father along tooting away and with steam of tho silkworm lias been istob-IMie- il Colit kai Altimiaum lot nil-taiifcccmlliig, tho said; "Oh, mamma, to full from the porch roof and break line trenches, fcr we are Working un- und assure all such friends that we puloio It. act, kil. trie by the Salvntlon Anuy ln- unict hoar Ihn tinllcil lt..tnn l(),(KKl-iirru bone In his hip. Mr. Thomas Hob-cit- s, der the sound of the French "75s," will always cherish their kindness. mulberry forest ucnr La-Transcript. Drug of Jessamine, is nursing him. . Imlia. guns anJ large calibre, that and .Vary and Curriu Reid. Ti :e Central Record 1 KHAKI I mr.srfi.r.Bcnsftr is ... Ity. prv. j fi(j '. McRoberts Store. The Central Record. Thursday. Aug 8. 9 S. I I 7 HUNDREDS OF TOTS LISTED BABY FOR Waller A. Wood Mower S65, Mailable tf 1 Mr. nml Mrs. II. F. Raymond llasehlen flange S85, Cast Ranges S50. 5 and 10 Disc Whc.it Drills and Harrows, Oliver Rid-Inand Walking Plows, the best thats made. Five ton t'itlers Scales. Depot Carriage Cheap. American Fence Gossip About People vrjvve iirt. mil Mrs. Kathleen, Sunday. Walter anil daughter, were visitors in Stanford, Mention of thr Cnmlntji t j Miss Nell llourne left tins week for a visit to her sisters, Mrs I'red Neighbors and Mrs. Kwlng Stultz, at Luui'ville. PAGEANT AT STATE FAIR J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Mi's Alberto Anderson win lor .n Unnvdlc tho piit week v i O Deal House. i'c jW. S. HrtTFIEbD, IIIW Dentist. I !Hil" llepldrlli f l Lcinc.istcr, J x. turned to her home In llichniond, afMr nml .Mrs. Arker Lee spent Sun- ter a pleasant visit to hersistcr, Mrs day with Mrs. Lee's sister, Mrs. Jos I .u la Johnson. Mrs. Joe Francis r.nd sister, Miss Mary Arnold, will leave, today for Mr. .1. II. Kinnninl l apendins; ririclnnnti to attend tlis fall Millinery ' ." weel at Kllxir Springs. ontmnirs. Mif Muiyh'Ft Mnniin nf Danville .Hi i '.urn Dunn Inn returned to h viKilnr in Lancaster, 3tturiia. her hom ,n Lexington, after a visit Mr. and Mrs r II. T Walter, of Mi. Vernon, to her uran D. (iulley. 111 the wee'e mil with hoiticfolks. J. .Mr. Jess Arnold of Frankfort was Mr. C D Junior uf Karlc. Ark., re fur a viit to Mr. .1. .V. l!os. the week end guest of hkr sisters, Mrs Joe Kraneis and Misses Allle and Arnold. Iih Bessie .uescr nt Stanford M.-rvisiting her cousin, Mle JfiiriU-- i Mrs Kliinlietli Simmons has" re- Miss lu.lf Ken! cif llcntl) villi guest of Mm. .1. A. Anion. Mrs. Irn llnltzclaw has returneil home nfUr a weeks visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thompson, niar Danville. . in . Misses Mary mid Carrie livid left Mim Hcttie Perry, of Itichniond, for Indianapolis jestenlay to spend n II visiting Miss Minnie Mae I'obin-so- n week with her sister, Mrs. William White of that city. i.n' LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Mrs Itiilil Kobinsnn is in Lexington .siting her sister, Mrs. Litaic Richardson - .Mr. Arch and Woods Walker, Mrs. Mottle Itntisun if Luuisvillo, tin- - guest tins week nf Mrs. May Master Koscoe Jordun, of Tirrc Haute, I n , is spending a few days Nuliinil with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrr. Miss Jennie Cox tins returned J. W. Pumphrey. home lifter n week visit to her sister, .n Stiiiifnril. Miss Nell Johnson, who has been teaching school nt Oreenville. Ky.. "Miss Virginia blade of Lexington spent the week end with Mii.es Ma-m- e wa the week end truest of Mis and Kthel Walter. lloiirne. Lieut. Burton Woodford of Lump, Mr. Jim Ailkins, of lluving. West Shelby. Miss., was here the first of a.. is visiting the family of Mr. W. the week for a visit to his wife at the i' Holticmw. ' home of Judge K. W. Harris. Mr. Bradley Bourne who has heen Miss Minnie Mae Hobinson hus re-- , at llriston in the Navy, home on turned from llichmond where she has I .1 furlough. been the charming guest of her1 ' Little lt.iliy Sister Ciinrer, of Stan-fiin- l, friend, Mis llettie McCann Perry. Hoyden Leavell and Charlie Kankin spent Sunday in Nicholasville, the guest of Mr. Luther Dickervin. -- rhoto from the Cos ' k Siudio, I.oulsille, Kjr. yt Mrs .Mr .1. is the attractive It. Mount. little guet of BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. spent Mrs Mrs nml Mrs. Lawrence the week mil with Waile I.ee. , u Helen Ilrynnt has position with the First Hank, at Lexington. Misses llillie mid Christine SanLouisville yesterday Pollard where they will be the guest of Mrs. ' .1. .1. Pursley and son, for n few da). Mr. anil Mr. II. Fox and Mrs. Lnwreiei Wolfson, of Katun. Ohio, and Mr. accepted and Mrs. Harry Fox mid daughter,; National uf Peru. Indiana, are the guest of Mrs. Kliiahcth Joseph. ders left for Mr. us.il Mrs. Sam Goldberg of Mrr Klizabeth Joseph and guests, Memphis. Tenn., are visitinn Mr. anil Mr. 11. Fox, Mrs. Ijiwrence Wolfson. Mrs S. I Culley. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fox and daugh-- 1 C) composed a party to High Bridge Mimes Josephine Burnslde anil ter Marie Coy spent the week enil with and liraham Springs, Sunday. (:) M'ss Mi.me Stnpp. Mir Allie Arnold is visiting her jBAND GREAT FEATURE flUT0 p0L0 AT FAIR til! Mr N'eil (Korstreet of . Nicholas, brother, Mr. Jess Arnold at Frankfort and from there she will go en villc i visiting his cousin, Mrs. W camping trip with a party of Frank" King, this week. (i) fort people, on the Kentucky river. JTIiaviu Has Been Secured By Popular Sport For Visitors to , . ..I ... . ,111. .. I m .Mm wine inigic wiiu underwent mi OiaiC rair Misses Mnyme and Lucille Stapp. Louisville During (i) lirl 'operation last week at the Danville Josephine Ilurnside nml Marie Coy Hospital, is improving. September of Kirkrville, have returned hoim ' Tho sixteenth L., annual Kentucky (:) Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Lloyd attend after u delightful sday in ( rah Or- sutP Fair to bo held In Louisville the ed the funeral of Mr. Joe Walton cnarit. week of September will boast In Something New In Entertainment Line last week in Lexington. Thavlti's Hand of forty musicians one Is Thrilling and Exciting From Mr. Laurence Crouhurn of greatest musical organization of the Start to Finish. Miss Francis Ahell of Lebanon is Ky., Mr. and Mrs. John Ya-te- ever appearing at a Slate Fair. The 151 the uttrnrtite guest this week of M.ss of Ijincaster, Ky., and several Thavlu organization Is made up of WE SELL FOK LESS. "Auto Polo" Is announced as a star Annie Margaret Klkin. other motored to Louisville, K . forty splendidly trained inn U lain who feature of the amusement attractions Saturday and spent Sunday with Mr are arrayed In military regalia and Miss Kdith Moore hai returned It Is a coterie of solo art- - of the sixteenth Kentucky Andrew H. Crounhuru. annual frem n visit to Mm Allle Dyche and 1st of international repute, together State Fair, to be held In Louisville the . I vvbn viilnntix.r.,.1 ..1,1. i, nl.., . K.ltt J.H.... ....... William - S. - oiher relatives in London. n,,,, .. i,uia,; (,iiivib uniiri eek of September 914 into the Navy about fourteen months are kald to be terpslc horean wonder .nits r.una i.uiiey ol Canada is ago has been at home on a visit to and fully up to the coryphee support Tnls iBia wl" be an enllre Innova-hin ere fur a vint to Mr. and Mrs. J, father, Mr. M. (;. May uf this! l''owa Genie or Iluth St Denis.- Hon to State Fair visitor, and Is her II ',ulley mid other relatives. Thavlu Band wa one of the six- aided as one of the most unique, ei' county. lie n Btationed on thel'tah teen great organizations whlth plaved ' citing and absorbing contest ever of-- i Mrs Wm. Patterson, whoc home and reported at Norfolk last Frtdnj fered at the Kentucky Fair or' any is visiting friends is in California, Mrs. K. II. Smith and children of I other celebration of like character. and relatives in (inrrnrd County. Birmingham, Ala., and .Mrs lluixerl Tho entertainment consists of . wildly-excitiniierve-tlnglln.Mr. U. II. Ballard of Middle, Ohio, Lowers of Kldurado, Ark., have re batth between polo expert who are mounte - spiiidiiijf the week with Mr. Hay turned home after several week vis In especially constructed automobile it to Mr. S. 11. Henry and family den Leuvell, uti Stanford street. instead of on polo ponies as of yore Mi Rachel Henry accompanied them Plaving the game in addition to man Mum Isabella Snufonl spent the a far a Louisville. auto lUtnrf a careening, space-eatinweek end in Madison County with a proposition calculated 1 mobile Mr. W. S. Carrier, was culled to the her grandmother, Mrs. Isabella Ham keep spectators on tho qui vlve o bedside of lit son, (ll.iss H. Carrier. oil tement and suspense, and the gam Mrs. John Anderson of Washing. who i sick with pneumonia, at Camp in It present form rather tends t ton, D. ('., is visiting her sister, Mr. Blis, Texas. A telegram from the polo look 1 IK make the Maggie Kobmnon, on Itlihmond St. hospital yesterday stated that child's play change for the better had taken place The polo contests will take plai Mim Jane Haselden and Mr. Kate and friends here are hoping he may every night of the Fair lu the big Itft". OUil AMrldw re in Stanford Ihi week soon recover. HIppodromo Building and ever.v the guest of Mim Hminnh AlJridg afternoon In front of the race trad points you want in good rake: Mr. mid Mrs. J. I!. .Mount and Mr grandstand. Mrs William Hancock Powell, of and Mrs. T. M. Wilson, Tho game Is said to be one wblo mutured to strong and rake frame must Sodalki. Ia Is the guet of her cous- Stanford in their new Sedan car, last ha created a furore In tho sportln; wheels must stand the torssolidly built. world, and few ran watch the curlou' in, .Mr. T. J. Price, on llichmond tt. Tuesday evening, bringing "Baby automobiles "turn tur ional strains they will meet in the field. The rake Mrr. J. A. Amon ami Misses Mnyme Sister" Cancer to Join u delightful tie" at critical periods of the gamo am house party at this homo composed of must get nil the hay. The dumping arrangement must Storme Dunn and Florence Johnson right themselves immediately by rea work easily and quickly and lo handled easily. TFto are pending reveral days in Cincin- .Mr. nml Mr. T. M. Wilson, .Mr. sou of their build, without being on Thavlu. Shelby Allen, of Lagrunge, and Mr. and resilient to work without their feet with excitement during the nati. rake teeth must be strong and Mr. John Mount, and sun, John me- ot the breakage. Kxpo.itlon. and MUr ''art at lb. Panaoa-PacinMrs. George T. Wood is cndinjr Mcltobert. of Atlanta. It was the only oae commU.loasd to Every one of these tjointa is fount! on the Deering Tba grMt 10 000 fly( gll,M the day with her mother, Mrs. (i. A. Mrs. J. S. Johneon entertained at i stake which Wa Introduced at i rake. Deering rake owners save trouble and temper. I Swinebroad nt Lancaster Interior ellng organization It ha vUIled all .V bono the tbe Kentucky year and an elegant twelve o clock dinner prluclpal State Fair Journal. Ask any one of them. cities ot the United Htate will be a feature ot tho last ilitetntb anSunday, in honor of her Brand father and ha Invariably received a contract 12 feet. Buy a Deering Made in sizes 6 J feet to nual Kentucky Htate Fair this year, If he lives until for a return engagement, Mr. anil Mrs. 'T- - Jl. Wilson, of Mr. J, M. Sander. self-dum- p focuses tbe attention ot the horss-worlrake and get with it good rake service for llouling (i recti, arc visiting Mr. November J(lth he will be 1)4 year Thavlu blmselt Is a musician of the on tbe state. Tbe OTSCt con! years, Wilson's, parent?, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. old, o It U quite a pleasure- for any wldoat culture and training and hi sists ot a sensational itTOMl for by the of hi grandchildren to have him vis- leadership Is demonstrated Mount. championship' honor IBtiflt W 'taU it them. Those helm: present were merit ol his musicians' performances. Hons on Monday night, in tairei on mads up of Mr. Curlton Klkin and littlu claui;h Mr. and Mrs. 'J. M, Sanders, Mr John Ills programs are cosmopolitan selec- Tuesday night and tho (tidings onJ Ideas Wednesday night, while the grand, Hmilic Ann, will return home and A. T.Sanders, Miss l'cachie Mae tions appealing to , tcr, Saturday, utter a two weeks visit at Sanders and Mr, and Mrs. James I. and are of aaskind to delight crowds championship of th world if foughq as that of a out with lasts diverse between mar, stallions and gsldj Sanders. Bryantsvllle, Ky. Liberty. Phone 75. Bbsts Fair, Inn on Saturdsr aijtl of Tilt wekj Hi" s WIRE FENCE i FS Sli FUESK i i There l ro fralure of tile Kentuek State Klr In whlrh spectator exhibit u deeper Interest than the liarming "Haby Paseant." speetaeular and whlilt liraU the Ilihle' Health Contest on 1'rlday nfternoon of Pair w ek Toe paKeunt earb ejr Is entirely different lit type and Is kept as a surprise to Htate I'alr visitors until the hour antmuni nl for IU presentation on Krldav Tne) .t. ,,PSBllf,,, t0 rshmt tpect.i i arly the r.' s and Rraies of Income the three hundred or more entrants In the Itaby Conti.--' anil proa period vide a de'lnhtful linale to wlitch Is nf lnten-- e serfoasne. ani lmiortaiue to both mothers mid bubli , for It Is In the liable' Health Contest. Instituted .it the KentuiK State Fair In l!i IS fiat hahles between twelve and thirty six months rete.ie .in exam Inatlon anil scoring of vast lmi, rtaiK-tthe future ph.vi.lcal welfare of the child The bablei are classed and scored on the sumo scientific basis (arti'ull-brestock Is handled. that and they are gone oer from head to. foot by experts In. eye, ear. throat. lung, brain and general practice lines In a manner whlrh letves nothing undiscovered In regard to the little one's phslcal londltlon. the point needing correction or the fact brought forth that baby Is detoid of weakness or To mothers unacquainted blemish with srlentlfU method.- - of baby care and to those llvltiK In rural district where. sin h Information Is dltllcult and outline" impossible to obtain the lla-hlHealth Contests are valuable measure, as ' proved by the fact that In the illy of Chliapi statistics i how that 11 per cent of the children die. while those looked after by the Infant Welfare Society loso only J'i per tent. This demon-'tr.ite- s beyond argument that the Babies' Health Contests are educatlvo alons lines invaluable to the coming and that all mothers should be pro tried with the knowledge of how to are for her bah), how to Iced It. b'iw to lit It s'eep, how- - to dress it. and how to remedy defects. The Hahles' Health Colltcst this year Is under the ajperUston of Mrs John 1,. Woodbury, who has handled It since Its original introduction at the Ken tmky State Fair In 1913 The city liable who enter the con test are examined throiiKhout the weel prior to the opening of the Fair, Sep tember 9. in Kentucky State Fall Headquarters, in the Republic Build Ing, and the bahle from the rural dls trlcts are examined during Fair week In the Babies' Health Contest Building on the grounds It after the markIs oer ing, scoring and tabulating that the babte are gathered for the pageant, which display the charming tot to delightful advantage. il Sander's Variety Store. Why Deering Rakes Are Popular HERE are a be The ' Becker & Ballard. The Central Record. Thursday. Aug 8. 1918. THE LITTLE LADY By JACK LAWTON. lOupyricht, FADS AND FREAKS to Spend Time Styles. MS. ij WMtrn .w.ptpr t'sliio.1 rimt Is what the people (if rarms-I! called her, speculating ns to her holre of their village as n place of habitation, Willi miiih', words Imil nti affectionate ooiiiid, but then- - were - "little" ami nlhers m tin unillli'il tinpoke of her with, sarcasm. The appropriateness of the title, however, could nut tie disputed. "Little lady" wus the new Intniite of the old Parsons iilnce. Farmsdale young people were actus-toineto lnlmr In homes and fuctory, tlielra the problem of living, Hut the great old Parsons pluce was opened, muslin curtains showing behind gleaming windows. The tangled gnrden was coaxed Into order, the town boy scouts spending their spare time In the effort,. Happily the little lady directed them and repaid their labors. "What's she here for anywayj" they wild, and "How Is she eolng to spend her time?" nut the little lady only hummed her tunes, bending Idly over the sundial. A young officer home from camp uas tempted to turn la at the gateway to ask for a drink from the fountain; the day was hot, "One does not reallie In this peace ful setting," he said, the suffering, the ' privation that o'.hers are enduring ucross the water. War seems very unreal und far away, yet It Is there," The eyes of the little lady were "Yes," she agreed, but she stopped as she spoke, to train a rose ' about the sundial. The o.llclal frowned as he went on bis way. She had been much, too t lunch, in ills thoughts, since they bad pointed her out to him, the beautiful stranger who had leased the old Par- Mius place. Why should he sit In Judgment upon her. If she chose to remain carefree In times of seriousness l, what was that to him? and A girl stood Just outside the looking Into the garden; she was one of the girls from t..e fuctory On und her face looked wan and tired. "I was waltln' for you," she told the soldier; "1 u anted to ask about Jim. When do you go oer to France?" "That we cannot tell, .losle." the officer replied. "But your brother Is feeling fine. You are u brave girt tu spare lilui for your country." 26 "The doctor thought I wouldn't be strong enough'to keep on at the factory through the summer," the girl said, "but I reckon I wouldn't try tu i bold Jim back 'cause of that." She motioned wearily toward the fioor, white-cla- d flgUM by the fountain. "Pretty t.oft, to be like her I" said on Josle. And as the soldier went on down the path he paused to greet a pale woman la a wheel chair. Her tall husband propelled the chair and his tense face brightened eagerly at sight of the in soldier's uniform. "When are you going baik to camp?" he asked, and when upon some $3 pretense the wife had sent her bus-ban- d away ahe raised patient eyes to the officer's face, in "It's so hard for him not to be able to go," she said. "It It hadn't been for the accident to my hip he might have is gone with the rest. I think Bert feels tied to this chair with a ball and chain. Hut If I am better, aa the doctor promin ises, next year " "You are the kind, Nell 1" the soldier exclaimed, and he pressed her hand. Yes, she was "the kind." Old Henry was glad to see him. lie 6 on asked, as he made way on the porch stone. If Jed'a boat had got over safe; on "And It Jed hadn't written yet. 'twa'n't for Mettle here," he went on, beckoning an old neighbor from the next cottage, "her boy lien would In the fight too. Mattle's lameness held Hen buck." "If I could only get along alone," said the old woman regretfully. "Diit I can't," she added mid sighed. IMlOI'IIIKTOIt Yes, there were those In this fair country also who realized the necessity of sacrifice. As the ofilcer strode on his way he thought about these Will familiar people of his boyhood, anxious In the time of need to do their best. Across his memory flashed n vision in of the little lady, but he buuMied the. Hps. There picture with in would be one more visit to the town before sailing; when he cume agulu he would avoid the road which led past flic great house, so be told himself; but thut wum the very road which he chose. The grounds had been cultiOptimistic Thought, vated wonderfully he noticed, and In False rumors are sparks vdiich It the background worked a man's bent fanned die out of themselves. figure; "she" wus not lingering near the fountain. The fact brought unaccountable disappointment. But toward pathway came III in. down a winding Josle Josle, brown, radiant, wheeling mi invalid chair and In the chnlr was Bert's wife. plant yum The color came and went In her Now is the time tu Orcliunl, Lawn unit Garden. fuce when she saw the soldier. "Come In." she called, "and let us tell you Our lurtfe descriptive nl about It." "The little lady has befriended us reliable all," ahe answered his questioning gate. "It was what she had planned, ha says, tu make It possible, perhaps, for one or two men to serve their country who otherwise must have rePomained at borne, Bert baa gone and Mattle'a aon too. Josle helps old Henry here with the vegetable garden, etc., is free upon inquiry. while I preparo things for Mattlu to cook. Soon w will be a Write for free Cutuloiiue. No Agts family." "Here cornel our little lady now," & Sons. whispered Josle. and the tendernest of ber tone, found answer ta the light I Lexington. Kentucky. of the soldier', welcoming are, t Hotel at intlion! 1 fVomcn Unwilling in Pursuing What Madame Does Seek for and Will Have Is a Certain Distinction of Model. i THE SENGARLAN, LANCASTER, KY. Saturday, Aug 24th, at 2:30 PW. account of the health of both myself and wife we have decided to retire from active busi ness and wiil sell our hotel and restaurant business to the 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 FIVE STORY BUILDING. bed rooms, with large parlor, 2 dining rooms, one for the restaurant the other for It has Hotel, however adjoining and connecting, large kitchen, 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 throughout, hot and cold water in every room, public bath and toilet on every three rooms equipped with private bath. Electric bell service and all rooms wired for tele every fioor, in fact every convenience as we had never considered for one phone. Slop sinks the idea of ever selling our place of business. minute The Kengarlan with the adjoining lot now 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 Restaurant and Confectionery will not be sold at this sale but will make good price and terms to purchaser of hotel property. and $3.50 per day and as any traveling man will tell you we are full all the time Rates Had expected to enand frequently have to secure rooms outside to take care of our trade. large our building, fact have the plans for same at this time and have the ground which will be sold with the building. Lancaster 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 Will gladly compare receipts with any Hotel in the State located in a only Hotel Lancaster. with a population of five thousand. town Terms one third cash October 1st, when possession is given, balance one and two years with per cent, interest deferred payment with lien retained. $1000 cash payment or approved day of sale. bond Any further particulars call or address study of the lines of three lat models from l'nrls lends wie to tin' conclusion that the most marked vurl- ntlnn from the lines of previous frocks Is (be widened effect or bulii' of ma terial below the elbow. lt may be liille truthfully said Hint this characteristic mid the easy lino nt the waist are the two points most noticeable tu the new frocks of the best makers, nisei of the frocks actually worn by the best dressed women on this side of the wuter. Women are so extremely Independent nowadays, writes a fashion correspondent, that the arbiters of fashion arc. finding difficulty In lniosjng any one st)le definitely for a Reason. While women are slill quite willing to be well ilrcsMsl. with all Hint such nn term Implies, they are not willing to spend all their time In chasing elusive finis and freaks of fashions. A few "Mc'jt ijuinges gradually wrought are niT the dk'faliirVcnn iiopc for At the same time what muiliime dues seek n certM; dMInc.-- . IJ hn for ami of Hon of model and n perfection workmanship that lesser mortals cannot hoH to llttlllll. Certain vitalises In nlvlcs are s.lld b be In the coirv of construction, lull. In spile of all sccrcc), we are fnlrly well nwnre of what we are to eiiect n'n'd ntlh our new found frcslotu are Inclined to take the news calmly. Tln chnnres foreshadowed ate ttstl-.ill- y not so extraordinary after all. when we come to Und out wluir ttiey are. for the real ibanges are !he ones we iiiicoiisfintisly feel ourselves ready to put Inlo practice. If the supposed tbiHIges reoltv take plliie we shall take oil the shape of pvriimlds. the widest part at the top. The woman of emu! laste however, has these lines modified to a point where they are neither outre nor disfiguring. fortunately the lines promised am susceptible of n great deal of beauty If treated with moderntlon and It inu-- t be udmltted n great dent of skill. Narrow skirts and drapery are not easy, and wide effeits above mid about the waist are not alwii) becoming to tb figure. Seemingly the coming M)les cannot fall to please most of us. however, for adaptability mid siiltnhlllty are txitti terms which can be applied to ttieui. Skirts shown In the early spring are evidently going to be continued through the season. They may be eb thrlr plcpiant anil saucy or dignified and stately, according to the wearer nnd her tnte. We have froui time to time been hearing about skirts lifted or pulled up at the front, or Just each side of It, but either these skirts did not appeal or we are to hear from them later. The skirt lifted up at tin hack has taken better with the woman. The drapery caught at the back narrows the line gracefully at the feet, and for the young woman, a trifle shorter at the back It baa an air of lualntncss, particularly when accompanied with the peasant apron and simple blouse. A STOCK AND TAILORED VEST I ) R. Zimmer or J. Haseldenj HW LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, JMlsF SBBBEl appreciate it if my friends among the traveling public and hotel men will aid, me in securing a good hotel man to buy the Kengarlan, as I believe that I have one of the best paying hotels the State and will be glad to produce evidence to one interested. Would consider small Central Kentucky as part payment. farm PLEASE DISPLAY IN HOTEL LOBBY. TREE Fruitand ShaCe Trees Small Fruits. Shiubs. Grape. Evergreens. Asparagus, Seed tatoes, Strawberries, U.F.Hillenmeycr European Bee Superstition. Platinum In Spain. Games of Chance. A prevalent superstition 111 p.irts of I'lnilnui'l deposits In tbo south of Lots of women who think It Is ter' rible to giimble will buy cantaloupes lluiope Is th ii bees will ellliir flyaway : i .In in n moiintaliioiis region known nnd we no harm In II. Cliiclniiull or die on tin- - oi'erlnu of a death In, ii l!i Serrnnln de l'onibi. lire remrl' the family unless niiieinie knocks ut id to lie ejtenslve. The I;.' or II rlv- Kniiulrer. ' rs of the district iiinj prolltalilv b" their hive and tills them about it. for platinum gravil for mine M:w Pleurlty TrtMmrr.t. j o rs to come. Omsrtly mannish stock and tailored llrlllsh Doctor Aulil tells In Ih Ycjnfj Ojroncan Capitrt. vest of striped linen for weir with tha M ilYiil Journal of n chill nnd fever IM.I'igfo-s- . tin plinl of I'liihinil, lirousbl tailored suit. leseiubllng malaria whbh he Original Scurce. of tb- - I'.uro-i- . "ing the joiing-n'l tiv iilmlnlsterlic a pliitlnum com-I- ' Ksjinilner -- "You are ipillc sure that .1 C'lpHiiK for It Is but llltlo over liind. nnd which upon etilistillir; b fl original niinistIon Hati of Navy Dlue. this Is n purely ii Imnilrisl vcars since t'.ni- Alexander tb- - patient In n lunrl.cdly Impiuveil I must say Hi" tine of the feutures of the color de. I. 'i irllv lifter the i'liiiCMillnii of tin' you have bunded InJ He tried the ImilVM'Ut In grind ilu. liv by llusl.i, triinsfcrrul I wiirilliii: sounds slniuecly familiar." luand of lulu In praillcnUy all kinds ii Million. discs of pleurisy Willi good ii'siill. It the I'tipl.ul thither from Abo, which was, i 1'lairlarlst "I'osslbly you have run ot merchandlso has been the Inrrt-ns-loi ndaptid to eiiM" Is ucross some of Ih" words In the diccall fur uavy blue. While this color In hU opinion, too near riv.edeti. of locr.Ilieil Infection with low fever. tionary." Judee. Is always a staple In women's outer I garment's, until a comparatively recent time. It was not very much In the runOrigin of One Proverb, Intelligent Insects. Proverbs Circulate. ning this aeasou where millinery, hosOno obtains historical glimpse In The arts of w covins ami rope mid iery, blouses, tenProverbs undoubtedly have a etc. were concerned. dency to travel. They are carried proverbs. The familiar "nibbing Peter neliiitikini; are practiced by some of Now, however, navy blue hats are very orithe lower forms of life, notably iiiikuir much wanted, and bid from one liind to another by em- to pay Paul" Is said to derive It fair to top the gin from the fitrt that In the relKii of caterpillar and spiders. The weaver color igrants, tourists, missionaries, tradesdemand until warmer weather men and seamen; but many which are Edward VI the Intnl.1 of St, Peter at birds of Africa and India, which are hands over the palm to white. Navy to ii specie of (Inch, construct wonderwere appropriated closely similar doubtless owe their Westminster hosiery for women, origin to no common stocl:, hut to the raise money for tin repair of St. ful iiesls out of leaves by sewing them better grades, la alsoparticularly In the much sought ami Paul's. torlher. common experience of miinlilii'L none too plentiful, Navy blouses duplicate this condition, from all account!. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 8, ROMANCE IN KHAKI 1.9 1 8. i By MARY BRODERICK ttiw Mrciiirr nwp. njrnuitait.l "The flag tin come, girls, nnd sluh n In mitjr," Alice Pnvls nnnminci-t- l to her sister a they gathered around the table for Hit" evening tnenl. "Thnt makes me tlilnk. Jute," tlii thir sinter Jnlnid In. "I snw Iind Tnjlor In town thl afternoon, nnd he irrtnlnty lootci well. Ill' came In (rnln. nnil If I'm nut fii I hr mlMnken, n In n soldier's iinlfnrin, loo. Uftti-- nut show III face 'rmmd these ininrteri", thntich. li, JuleJ" she miitlnnril. Julln rnlil twilling, lint If It wire f.nt fnr tin- - gnthirlng twilight tin- - nil,. r might hnve noted the tear In her yes. I'nr "Hud Tujlnr" was n name she huh trying to nit nut of her mind, Tin-miMul flndlnir It w hard In iltitshiil nnil Ik r slslers on their ny to kcrp the evening t nrnci ini nt, Jullr, went out In tlip illicit fur the ladder, nrrttnrnlnrr to tin iiiifiirllnir if "1M (llory." ("itrrjlns It nrniiml to frnul of the Iuiiim-- . she braci-It against tin- - bltciiliy mcr tin" large plana, mul tlif fin?, n beautiful silk vne, nnd u now Muff on her nnu, nseeniled to ln-- r lofty position nnil was soou-hii'llingugid. She wn. In fnrt, to Imnl lit work In low thllt the lilll of little loin fullid tn ntlrurt tier nthiitlnn. Ttiiie It. Jliumlt-,- ' ii Inn headed (hup wns tiiutt rlnc Into the inr of Ida "She'll huir us," nil the ioiuHiilon. tJmo lunging vignrmily nt the lmlilir. I'lnnlly, their ell purp.".. nmiii.l.t,. I, the tun d!siipitiriil urnum! tho ifimf of the linuM1. n liy nt inrh tml of the Imlder snlrkrrlnc nt tho J"k tl.iy were j'lnjlnz on Aunt Jul'. lint' r lioh'n twin for nidi they win Inn- the ri"tit(on In the Mltli-4 rim d of vwnc (prror. nt.d II I" nto to say liny illil nut li.it.- - in wi.rk I'Mrilme ,in lle up to I luii npu-tlitli'l- i(Vrrniit. m, hr per A REAL AT ' I mm FARM INTERESTING BOYS IN SHEEP . Much Cm Be Done by Courte of Inttructlon Know Demands of Buyers. !. AUCTION The Ed Perkins or W., B. May&ard Land ONE MILE FROM CAMP DICK ROBINSON. BEST SECTION IN GARRARD COUNTY; BEST SECTION OF KENTUCKY; BEST SECTION OF THE WORLD, (Prepare! by the Vftlttd States Depart mnt nf (nlculture) Slioi fi nil'lni; iifTiT one of tin- - mnjl nttrnctlMI - 'i'iilllinlllrs In tin" Hm-nl- tl' Iniluitrj- - nt llin iri'i'iit time. Tliore ii tlrinnml for purebred sliiip , fnr it nil for tnutlon nntl wih.I. Oifi- - nf the host lntir-- t nj tn In shrrp nil vine l to teach tlio wiIiJpcI frntiTy to bn)n In tliu peeimiliiiy Kclmiil. I the iiilnlnu of In nzriniltuml riltimtlon nllli tbr I'nllnl MiiIh" ileptirtinrnt nf nRrleiil-tiiri- -. Jt.itiy rural i!ltrlct of the Unlt-r- il Slntr nrt tint rtwnke to the opr-lunll- y rnnneileil with phrep rnliluc, I Ills fpcrlullt. In Introiltlcing n lien- - publ.ictlnn of tin- - iti'imrtmrnt. Ilulletln WO. "Jnilelni; Slurp thr Subject of Instruction In tbi Piroml-- n ry KrhiMil." Muih enn be ilnne townrd nrou.lns nn Inlen-R- t not only nmnnK the bojs but nttii'tiz thn fiirtni r nf n rmnmunlt and one of the BEST FARMS in the section. Wool and Mutton Type. i reil cnupo nf Instruction nlilili tiennlls not only i'ln lntrur-tln- n by n well-ord- ( If our little n the titlnlny of Inr jming nih-;iof I'ntle Sum intuitu: rrM:y n tl-i street, illil not. for he rutin' to 11 n ntirui't l.nlt nt tho rormr. to A' JrPn n nr-- l to In . ttriiui. mul riitlliiil tin prullca-m- i un In, h llttlo pr i'k iipi'tl lit she l.pr. "Will. I iipmn' tlipfp". iiotlilns to ilo now hut to unit for tin' tfrN In poiiip lioini'." ho hrmrlj iirlulm-nl- . Inklnr tlnnn on tho floor of tho hnlpony. It n prnrtlrnll ilnrk. nr.O tho loin-ll-np of tho f1rnt utroit nppnlliil Inr m th.it 'hp wn niMin In tmr. Try l.nnl nn In' mlsht, fho nmlO not kit p Inr thoiicht fnmi rovortlnc luirk tn i Ihp tvi nine nnil to ht Iwr hml inlil of Kml Tnylor. Ho uho Sin- - fouml l.nil Ulrnjnl hi trut. hprpf u)lin; hl iinini-- oor nr.il oTor. xhm naililcnly Jrom tho ilnrlin " ln low mini- - n olro: ltnnrpT" Tmi I ho of any Julln Juiniil tn In r foot. i.nil popr d ovor tho Imlrony to fpi tho form of Sho u mini III tho (hailowa I" low. mnilo no reply until It cnino nrnln. noun- - nn.lMMict.-7'- ' "Mlpht I ho of Her miIpo n trWe lunlpnily return-il- : r If ymi will p-- t h "Why. from tho Imrk lwil, nnil lit mo ilowii, I will In- - crently ohlU-iil.The ouml of retreatlne fiNitntipn tnlil Inr ho hh nt Inr lilihllnr. annT Mion ho nni Imrk ncnln. Sho liennl hi in puttlne tho InihliT In plmv, nnil to her urirlo l.li fooKtopt on tho ninpi. IMilently ho wn tontine No. ho wn rointnc up. ll nml Julln pii'reil ncnln otrcr tho ImAn ho nenreil tho top rho fouml lrony. liorfi'lf ImiklnK Into n pair of hrown eypn ho know, nml'wlilrh i'Ji. ppohli'H for I In- - inomeiit. liphl Iiit "HM Tnylor." 1ip pjclnlmi-i- l nftpr n lniic mlniitr. "Why nro ou hero, utid win ro illtl jou romo from" "Why, Julln," ho nnirpil, "1 hnvo Anil why not, como for ou, of Dliln't you roreUo my ilinr. pntrlot fullnl tn wllni- nM.ir MONDAY. AUG" m 10:00 A. 'M.' RAIN OR SHINE 11 60. 0 E hut ii their own hil.iirnlnry wnrk by keipltiK fen-- hheep lit home nn their own Confining n Ktudy of stock Judging tn purebred nnimul mny furnish n piinl fntindntlon for Hie Iriilnlns of a Mmw room Jndse, aJ the writer nf the but It dnc not ctve the training needed by tunny furiiiers In the corn belt nnd other tejrltnr,v ndjiicent to the Inrce nuirWis where feeder fheep nre pun !ini il iind fnttened. A knnw ledge of tjpea i f purebreils grown In the cnminui.Ity Is helpful, but It U Impnrtnnt for the fnnner to know the tlnsMflcntlnns nnd demnnds nf the mnr-kbuyer. This knnnleilge can be given to the pupils nnly by studying innrket classes nnd gritdf s. In each iiiinmunlty Instruction which will 1m helpful In meeting; the practical pro'i-lecommon to the particular form nf the Industry prnetlced In the community should be ghen. In connection with this study lslts to packing houses and stock yards conducted by. the Instructor may be made very prof-- j liable features of the study, It Is said. nln nllimii tire boys to do This fine farm of 184 acres is now being subdivided in tracts of 25 acres up and will be sold to the high dollar on easy terms. This not only producing land, every acre of it, but land that is well located: 7 miles from Danville, 7 miles from Lancaster, in a neighborhood. of good people, the kind you like to live amongst and raise your children with. , r We contracted last Winter with the owner for the sale of this land, otherwise it would not be on the market at any price"to-da- y It will sell cheaper on the 12th than it will ever sell agairT HANDSOME SOUVENIRS WILL BE GIVEN At THIS SALE, AND COL. W. H. MATT- - r. BEST TO AVOID PNEUMONIA HEWS, THE GENIAL CAROLINA AUCTIONEER WILL DO THE SELLING. Each tract will have an unusually broad frontage on the pike, as this farm is surrounded by the pike on two sides, and on the third side it borders 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 1 91 S ' crop. Buy now and avoid the RUSH! Always Tendency Among Plna to Pll Up In Bed for Purpoto of Keeplna Warm In Winter. During cold weather there Is always temlencv fnr iiIl-- s to pile tin In their bed fnr the purpose of keeplnc warm.! Then some of them will become neatea up, nnd when they ure routed out nnd become exposed to the cold weather many of them will contract rneumonla. Once this dlsenc attacks n pig It nearly nlwnjs ciiues death, if death does not ensue, there mny be n cough, difficult breathing nnd, whnt Is of greutir Importance, a stunted condition and dwarfed size that mnkes rapid and profitable growth Impossible. it TH& UNIT&D REALTY T. WALLACE, GENERAL MANAGER. he hut I ilon'l unilin-liinil,- " O. trlurnwl. "Von lini iven my leltpm. mul I lmo noehiil Dinner will beServed on the Ground by no luefciiit,'!- - from you, no, not oeii 1 luck In B wnril lnro Jim left mo." "ho poko. nway frnni tho rullliiK cno paler k. rrMiiHi ciiAS.c. lunam. i r.faisi "Can It ho imiillilo. Julliil" ho K. IL UKIIMkY, bcnui, III In oninp, "Truo, I hnw nnil nuiiniiilltii'il for tho lut thmt inoiilliR, In fiict so III 1 could receive no letter nnd. of course, could nut you write, hut I did try to llirnllifh the Niyn. hut 1 Kiiem It w no nvnlt lifter nil. I Jut recently ohtalned my fiirlouith, iind enme ns fjulckly nn mlh!e." GULAHLV INCOHPORATSD INSTITUTION Or LEARNING A Inter S21 GUTHRIE STRUCT, North of Po.tofficr LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY "Hut your tiinrrlncp," the ?lrl re"1' id'ut i rupted. "One of Traint young men and women fur Butincts or Civil Service It In the pnper und told ine " All who desire to Qualify for either or both lines ot "Oh, you little koop," ho Minuteil In positions. Rlee, then more mherly t ""Did o not employment should write for full information at once. trum uie more tlinn that, little Klrlt a In The only murrlnco I w tnock one, nnd then I wn the hrldP. s Jut n little fun the fellow were luiv-In- I, to pnn tho time nwny. while you wa recuperullnif. I will Mumthe picture " Hut there wn nu need for further, m mm wm m woriU, for JuIIh held out her lmnd, und with a hound the younic nlillir( kii over the Imlcony rnll, whero In the hmlmv of the Slum nnd Htrlpe the cloud for the jnuns linrin were I till rolled away. The moon nnd the Htam' rniae out Id the lienvena one by one, but on Rt'6l(Jeii(e I'lume 33. Ollice Plume 18. Utile Mar, brighter than ill the rent In Julla'n eye, nod took from hi (rocket and placed on the third finger i;f her left hand, whote lljht. the light of hue, waa to guldo tbeui to-- , hupplnem. their , "llill "SQUARE DEAL OR NO DEAL". the BryantsvUle Ladies of the'Red Gross. FEED SKIM MILK WITH CORN Indi- Favorable Results Obtained by ana, ExperlmentStatlon With Growing Pigs. r 31 II IE OFFICIAL PREST-Q-UT- Commercial School I The Indlann experiment station has recently Issued a bulle'tln show Ins the results of feeding skim milk In connection with corn, und It Is very favorable to the ue of skim milk and shows that It can be used to greuter rrofit with corn for gowl.ng pigs than can tankage. PALATABLE t W vw ft. w RlfillFY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. 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 191S 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. FEED FOR STOCK Excellent Formula Given for Cows In Milk and for Brood Sows With Young Pigs. Corn fodder cut fine, thrown Into a t feed trough and mixed with ground corn und cob weal, ground oats and Just enough boiling water to soften the stalks will make a most palatable ration for rows In milk and for brood sows with young I'lts. water-tigh- The Danville Buick Go L. D. CONN, Proprietor, Grain-FePigs on Pasture. Tigs, srulo-feon pasture, will gain a, pound or morn a day from weanlns to a weight ot 100 to 1!50 pounds, while those getting little or no grain will gala of aj to three-fourt- h but one-ha- lf pound per day. Lancaster, . Walnut Street. 11 II IE -- uit Danville, Kentucky. ii ir Best Roughag for Colts, alfulfa bay &eo from dusti Ii one ot the tut roughages for' colts.! but It generally I economical to iup- plemcnt It with other roughage tuch. Ml Well-cure- d "t TrM mU& ttlied WMCorafodqejyJj The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 8 1918. Land, Stock,Crop and Farm Implements OF MAUKSBUKY IN WAR TIME By LIZZIE M. PEABODV. j I Mrs. II. K. Stvope spent Thursday with Miss Fnnny Sutton, of Ijincni-ter- . Mrs. Hogur and daughter, Miss Myrtle, were the guests Saturday of Mrs. John Stvope. Pure wheal bran, mixed faad, valval twin maal, whaat middlings. Hudson, llughas sV Farnau. Miss llcssie Huge, of Junction City who has been spending' week with her aunt, Mrs. John Stvope, returned home, Sunday. Mesdnmes Minnie, Ileitis and John Doty, were the guests Thursday, of Mrs. Thco Dunn, of the Ilrynntsville section, Mr. Green Kites has been ill for n few days. Doty. Irene Miss Klizabeth Mr. Saddler and Mr.Itodger, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas Dunn, of Uryantsrllle. Mrs. J. W. Mahan has returned from Newcomb, Tenn., where she ha been visiting her mother, Mrs. Smith. Mr. John Sutton is erecting n new two story residence on the tite of the old one. Kclley, William (colored) was seriously injured by falling from a building on which he was working at Hoons Creek. It was about three days liefore he was utile to be moved home Mrs Carl Curtis and Miss Hrndric-on- , who united wtth the church several months ago were baptised, Wednesday afternoon, by the pastor, I!ev. J. W. Mahan The meeting at Pleasant Grot church is still In progress with two additions todate. The meeting is conducted by the pastor, with goel crowds each night (Copyright, ins. br tha McCture .., Pr Kerp OJH...I HAGAED KING AT - farming Wearing her brother' dollies Harriet Wynne, with nils thlevous black eye, theek glutting through tan, anil her thick ilnrk Imlr rut short, looked as nesrly like hcntlhy, hsiidtonie Niy as a girl could look, ns she planted and lioetl, on tha sunny hillside of her fnlhera farm Suddenly alio threw down the hot1, examined the blistered palm of her hands, and then glanced ut the mn thought, It' near lunch time, Dropping to the ground, she pulled tint vtlile, soft brim of her hat over hrr face, shut her eyes and rolled away on her course totturd the fragrant pur-li- e lilac huh, tthlrh grew near the epen gatettuy by the quiet country shade and blooms had tempted young Sergeant Ames, and he hud Just seated himself on tha old bench beneiith the big buh when be espied the r.upjivd boy rolling to ward Mm. That Is how It hnpiemil that Miss Harriet urrltcd at the goal ftiihitl, breathless and smiling, to look Into the tttluklltig blue eyes of a young stronger In the khaki uniform of the V. S. A. imsiL Mfnnw lilli- - the muc IN GARRARD COUNTY, FOUR MILES acres, level, fertile, DESCRIPTION conveniently fenced, everlasting water. Eight tiful lawn, large shade trees, fine orchard. An 136 mm FROM LANCASTER, FALL LICK PIKE. high state of cultivation, no waste land, well and room brick house, two halls, three porches, beau ideal home. Thursday, August 15th, AT NINE O'CLOCK, A. M. To See This Farm is to Want to Own it. out- Large stock barn, tobacco barn, cribs, sheds, poultry houses and yards, and all necesjary buildings. 40 acres in corn, 1 1 acres in tobacco, balance in grass. A TRACTOR FARM. Will be sold in different tractsor as a whole, and with or without the crops, and possession at once, or January 1, 1919, just to suit the prospective purchaser. Will be sold on easy terms. STOCK: 1 pair of 8 year old mare mules, 1 eight year old horse, 1 four year old driving mare, 3 jersey cows and calves, 2 red cows and calves, 1 Herford cow and calf, one Poll Angus Bull. e FARMING IMPLEMENTS: 1 Avery tractor, with gang plows, 2 wagons, 2 ridr, section harrow, mower and rake, ing cultivators, wheat drill, check plows, one manure cultivators, 2 row planter, 2 buggies and harness, 3 one-horypreader, a lot of chickens, wagon harness, plow gear, and everything used on a good farm. A lot of timothy hay, clover hay, and baled .straw. DINNER SERVED. PRESENTS AND MONEY GIVEN AWAY. This land will certainly sell to the high dollar. A fair, square deal and no buy bidders. When I offer land the purchaser fixes the price and I always sell, so come and get a bargain. Land values are still on the increase.- For further particulars inquire of two-horsdisc-harrow, culti-packe40-Oliv- er se llcr tlrst thought was to axiloglie for her unladylike behavior; her seo olid til act a well as ihisslble the mrt tthlrh she had assumed. "Itolllug stones gather no moo, hut rolling hoy gnthrr lots of muil and grass stains, remarked the stranger; and Harriet, nfdiamed, angry und u bit entlous, for she envied the right of every man t vteur u Miller's uniform, copied her brother manner n she tartly replied: "1 upNisi )ou'e heard of the man who ouct made a fortune by lulndliu bit nttn business." The aerginint laugheil good natureit ly at he Mild, "You "In, hut are you alitay so groin by Just before dinner tlmej I'm hungry enough to be grouchy myself." Iturrlet'a uustter was tn reach hastily for her lunch and ill lde wllh Mm; and they grew very friendly, as they ale, although she talked terjr little, fearing tn hetray her avcret. Sergeant Antes, liking the shy boy, who prntril tn be such an attrntlve II" truer, talkeil frwly, Tomorrow," Ir aid, "I go bark to rnmp. Soon after that we ahull be on our way to France, and wo shall h glad tn go. Our men are the equal of any In all the world. If not better than most. Looking at his watch, he exclaimed. "Well I TIs time to go!" and rose from the bench. It was then that Harriet, ns she ante him standing thrre looking "errry Inch a aoldler, suddenly dlsroTered that wherever this Imy went her heart would go with him. "Shall I write)' he aked. and she answered eagerly "If you will. I am Harry Wynne of Hlllcrest." "I am Joe Ames." he n turned, "and will scud my address. Then he strode away after saying gomlby; and for Harriet, the long waiting time began. After a seemingly endless time the letter came. A brave and cheerful letter; and among ramp happening he wrote: "O Hoy of the Mine Hush, you never rail Imagtn things as they are here, or the thrill with which we think of the wonderful things which may happen betwrCn dawn and dusk, and dusk and dawn but I'm glad tn be here to do a man's part." I ItUCKKYK Mr. KoU Whittaker of Madison bnuirht a cow from Mr. A. C MiUs for J 1 00.00 Mrs. Lillian Klkin and children of Illinois, an- - visiting her parents, Mr and Mr. Sam Murphey. Mr. Willie Simpson of Denter, Colo., and Mr. Mike Simpson of Camp Taylor, are with their mother, Mrs Mary Simpson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter visited his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs Mai Carter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Moberly anj daughter, of Kirksville, spent th week end with Mr, and Mrs. Eb'j Moberly. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Cotton and children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cotton, recently. Mr. and Mr. A. C. Miles and Mrs. Lourie Noel, were in Danville, Sunday, to see Mrs. Allie llogir, who it there in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lilian! Miles of Nicholasville, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter of Ilryantaville wtre the guest last Wednesday of Mr. und Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kurtz of liar. rodfburg, spent the week end with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz. THE SW1NEBROAD, REAL ESTATE MAN COY i OF LANCASTER, I Mr J. li. Johnson at Lancuster. I'AINT LICK faiinderj Ilru., purchased nnother Mesu'aines DeU Scott an J Tobutlm Aber.' Angus heifer from Tenn. conItOOMS KOIt UKNT--A1- I Perry of Ncholusville, have return- last week tor $500 00. "pinie. venience for light house ed tt their home after u visit with Mrs. W. 1". Parks. Joe Turnsr is ijtiite ill at this writlira. Mary A. Sunders. Miss Kvu McWhorter Is visiting ing. Burnett Samlet of Crab Orchard, Mr. unit u'ri. Roystun Kuy were relatives in Uouling Green. Is viiiting lilt eousin, Thompson San-ftMr. V. K. Conn win a visitor in visiter." of Mr. and Mrs. K. McMlllinii a few days this week. Lex.'nitton, Sunday, Friday. Frash car lima just in. Sand, Mr. R, I'. Ilcdrick ami Mr. Chas Cement, Rock, llrlck, Kanawha Salt. , Mr. and Mr I!oston Hay were Hedritk of Lexington, viisted relaweek en J guast of relatives in MadiJlc Farnau. Hud?!!, Hughes tives here recently. son. Mr. and .Mr. Ike Duncan and little Mr. and Mrs. William Davis have daughter, Ilullie II., 11 r. and Mrs. U. returned ct their home in Jackson . Preston, Mr, Tevia Preston and und were accompunied-bher mother daughter, Miss Carrie, motored to Mrs, W. F. Parka. Vistu, Sunday and were the lluena Have Sloan's Liniment lundy Mrs. A. O, Dottier und son, Harold guest of Mr. and Mrs Joe Duncan. for bruise and sprains and all have returned home after n few Quick relief mlns and aches. Mr. Robert Carter and family visit weeks visit with Mr. and Mr. J,-- D. follows Its prompt application. ed Mr. and Mrs. Walker Uurdett, Sun Uurchell, No need to rub. For rheumatic day. aches, neuralgia, stiff muscles, lame Mr. mil Mis. Jumes Uruwn were back, lumbago, gout, strains, and Mrs. K. Z. Price, of Hockley, visit-e- d the guest of Miss Nannie Campbell sprains, It gives tiuick. reiki. her daughter, Mrs. Robert Carter ' Generous sued Dottles, z Saturday. lost Sunday. Mrs. It. L. Hill und little son, Hub: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sanders, Mr. ert, Jr., have returned to their home James I. Sander an I wife, MIss in Tennessee, after spending severul Angle and PrSclile Muj Suuuer wetj weeks with her parents, Mr. und Mrs, W, 0. Anderson. tnUr'.uIr.i-- t. ainner, Sunday, by Mr n Bruises and Sprains I Sb wrote him cheery, courage-ln-firinletter a the dreary winter passed, and then a letter came from a kindly nurse who wrote that he was ' In the hospital and wounded. Harriet ut ilowu to write lnuni-.i- l ately, hoping to outrh the next liinll; and wrote so hurriedly that she hjid no time to read what she hud written; but she liud not heard from him since. She was thinking of him as she sat knitting on tbo tinner-- I smiled iKprch one beautiful afternoon. up quickly ns a man nil lonuiil stepped up onto the pon h floor. Suddenly her face went while, ns with a haty, pained glance sbo noted the empty sleet e; mill she rne quickly, and with a vnh threw her arms around his Heck. The pretty girl In the fluffy white drei.s hud entirely forgotten her role as a iMijr, hut when the newly promoted Lieutenant Amps, rising nobly to the occuHlnn. placed tils right arm n round The Paint Lick Garage sold a her und gently drawing her to a chair, Chevrolet Touring Cur this week, to sat down besldo her, she remembered, and blushing deeply, whispered; "Had li. L. Uruwn. "Not until your Inst Mrs. Cort'gon of Highland Purk, you guessed!" Louisville, has returned home after letter," he replied, softly, "nllhoilgh all your lettera puzzled me. ! wondered u pleascnt visit of severul weeks to hotv a mere hoy could write audi wlfce, her daughter, Mrs Fred Hull. helpful, hopeful lettera. Ill tint last', I .Mr. John McWhorter ot Crab Or-- j think you forgot the part you were chard, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. plnflng, und wrote your thoughts as they came to you. When I reread A. II. Estridge. 'Kvery day my heart nnl Mr. John McWhorter of Crab Or- this: chard, was the guest Saturday, of thought go out tu you, niul every day I pray for your safe reltim,' I Mr and Mrs Harry McWhorter. Mrs It. 0. Woods and Mrs P. II. Moppiil to ret lew In my inlud the little Incidents of the day I met you, and Smith were In Lexington, Friday. It came to me thnt n little black-evc- d It. (J. Woods and D. M. White were girl had been Joking, and that the J..U ' in Lexington, Friday. had been upou your truly; but I en-- . Mis Margaret Francis is at home Joyed It so Immensely Unit tho doctors from Middlesboro where she has held and nurse wondered ot my suddenly regained spirits and frequent smile. a position for some time. Soon after thut, I wn ordered home." The little pony belonging ot Miss "And you will stay over here nowr Mabel Hall became frightened rnd aaked Harriet, wistfully. ran off J'riday morning. The cart) "I don't know," ha answered thought-fullwas campletely demolished but for-i,.i- ., "but work which will count for I - me tuna, vi uu ,iii; una in ,l van, so our side will ho found for my good right arm, and If yon will agree to help li me was hurt. me continue to keep my faith and courMr Hubert til is is In Middlesboro age, I can Mill help to 'carry on.' i the guest of her lister Mrs Arthur "I agree." Harriet aulil. wild anar. Ureeze. Uloi eye. Little MUsc Huzet. .Mart- - and Al. th" llogie are spending a few doys with their grand mother, Mr. L. Noel Mr. and Mrs. Vir-'i- l Ijfvtr.n nn,t daughter, Anna, were gursu Sunday, of Mr and Mrs, Hay Noel. I!ev. D. F. Sebastian will fill his rcirulnr aiintlntment h ere SntcrJne afternoon and Suilay inotnlng. carter . is snemlintr Miu Francis Long. Miss Mary Kdith Wnlker. of Ian- n few- - dm-- i eiii. KY Messrs W. H. Gullev. It. W Sun. Jcri. Jasper Noel. Herhcit Whittnker Earl Carter, and William Ande'rann. motored to Louisville. Sunday, to .o villi tue tamp. Mis I.ina Schooler, of Mn.lUnn ent the week cn.l with hrr Ui.r Ml Jajp.r Nor' Puis whaat bran. mlavJ i vat bean maal, wheat middlings. Huilsan, llunhes u Tarnau. Mr Kohert Lonir sol, I tn Mr w. p Whit'nkcr, of Nina, hi stock of geola. Mr. Whittaker has nlmiit cmpleted his new stor which w:u ileitroyed by (Ire. f..J. v.l. fsw lbs Satis, a waterdrops la sou cares prevents cholera, diarrhoea andothcrchlck dTieasea, One auc bottle makes II gallons of medicine At all Iruaalats. Hampieaaa booklet on'-Deasts of seat FHKli. Nwata RsstWy C. Uilifts, I; Haseldeii llruttiers. f BQUMM milTPY CURE flown a calck'a tartui cures The Central Record, Thursday. Aug 8 9 8. I 1 USES FOR BLOTTING PAPER RESULTS TELL the Re- - Groat Combination SHEEP Sale l Discarded Absorbent Will Serve Many There Purpote. About the Home In Jpp.. Emergencies Rave every pleTS nf hluttlni: paper Hint cnmott lain jour home. ccn ihoe Hint liM' iiihertMng iihmi them, fur betides bolus useful In I lie wilting cry prnctlcnl fur iiliMirblne desk It l i(llT IIiIiieh iilmut the hcitio besides Can Be No Doubt Abonl suits in Uccasler. lbUU KAIVIb AINU bVVbb. AT TATTERSALLS, LEXINGTON, KY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1918 i. 400 PURE BRED RAMS AND EWES. OXFORDS Itcnultii l the tnlc All iloulit removed. The testimony of a l.nneater Con ho ensily invi'tticutt J. What better proof ran be hail? John Trimble. Stanford Pike, Lan caster, snyt; "I have used OoanV Klilney I'ills with benefit when my kidney, have been cut cf order I from weakness and dull sutrered pains 11 r rim my back nn loins. Al tunes. I couldn't do any stnopini; ovr !rr lift in in count of the sharp pains back. My ki,.r.cs acted ir-hi 11. Kjnrly, too loan's Kidney Pill, n lieveil the pains in my I nek and puv ...y kidneys In (,'oodri.nilition." l'r ce rtOcts, nt all dealers. Don't ri.r.plv ask for a kidney remedy cet Iloiin's Kidney Tills the same thi.t Trimble had. Koster-.Milbur- n Mr ( . Mfirr... Iluffalo, N. Y. Eyes Tested Free A piece if Mnttlnc paper put under Inlili- - hint wherever VHsot nf flowers nro (o be set protect1 the iollsh of the SHROPSHIRES. HANPSHIRES. SOUIIIDOWNS. table frmii dew drop from tin- - flowers nr any dnmpnesn Hint ocp from porAND CHEVIOTS. tals MlltlT. T11 press nut light Bri'iie skis LVnni nil tin. I.kuI rt.inL'u lit Iwmt iiili 'im1 frum .!". piece nf clean Mnttlne paper placed ul ('f the Champion flockn in America. under lli" fnlirlr lo absorb the Hill Cllllst' till- - Smt tn lllll pciir. 1100 UMinlly. when 11 hut flntlron In pressed tin- - KtHit. d directly nil flock. The Plncc to buy n Ram to head n pure-breWhen tin- - thlldrcn apply for "piilnt The place to buy Rami for farmer' riiRs" for wnter color painting n wpinre .Thc piece .to buy pure-bre-I d r-- Ewe. for n foundation flock. of blotting paper l h llm- - substitute, i tine place 10 iouy grnae lw fin 101s 01t tie, 11117. I miccii iu t'.tt.. for It nlisnrhs the cnlnr nml water Immediately wet paint frniii FOR INFORMATION WRITE: nml In less "nii'." In r ir palnt-t.ruJHit- - mini' blotter rnn In- - mcd L. B. again. In riKiklnc greasy things, U'h ns nml mtuto chip, B. n large i"fi"" of tlcan blotting paper S. mi width to ilniln lhee ftMns us they C. W. tnme lint frmii Hn- - f r I titr kctlle ln-- l Sales Committee. mnke thrill mnre nppctlzlng. healthful mil daintier tn liNik iihhi. R. Whi n water I' spilled uiwui any dcll-mt- c tnhli cner 1111 Immediate application nf fresh blotting puT "III pre-mt- i I It III riinillllnii. When liny lliplhl l .pllliHl iihii lli. tnlili'llnlli 11 Finiitl tinrn MntliT "III nliMirli II ipilrkiT nml innrt' Aitlofnctiitily limn wlpliif up with 11 liilli. F ITTED Broken Lens, Temples, Duplicated. and Bridges Repairing done promptly on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Ollitf f.vtr Vomit's Hmriwnre Stnrr. Hocrt 8 lo 12 1 ARMES GRADE EWES. uc. u'J p. m. SHROPSHIRE, Secretary. 604 Republic Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Gaines, P. Blastock, Robt. William Reid, McFerran, Jr., CHARLES THOMPSON, Sales Manager. ! All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the First and Second Issue with this bank, and who want the same convened Inlo bonds bearing per cent interest will please notify us as 4 we may arrange for soon as possible so 1- -4 NOTICE Respectfully, gl Iti.-f- l lnk" plan- - in a .lnpnnee biild. all trriint nr. In wrlti" 11 ciTlnln wnnl llti Hie Minn" i" lirn.i. Tb i sllpMsed In Us workings In the iies nf Hi.Iilensrnplix urllti-Trnrlne an Ml.itraph Itnnhe suiti an i(Tnrt of mid undUlib-i- l nt- itiiixrulnr rii-li'iuN In linllmi Unit till" ileli nf Hie sillily party. The . t at nil Illnri' llllllllllir than Hie nnli-a- l nf bolllni; "ill it. In. Trl.l by Ordeal. IT n J. M. METCALF OPTICIAN. LANCASTER," -- Imiii- -i .; KENTUCKY. l. lilil. ncciieil persons were formerly iiliiiilltiil In .Inpan. CARE OF CUTICLE AND NAILS Draw A the conversion. tht W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. KY We Citizens National Bank "K I.AM ASTKIt, THE NATIONAL BANK Ul: LANCASTER. tup'Iol $50,000. A II Surplus I'm . i30,000. DKNNY. Cashier. liui.ip u 1iiil.vJ,u." 1110JJ .ii .i. Inwly bund nml line, nval nnll .lililiiili.' ,i a im hup. u .(Jiihuou If are nften inarreil by a touch or n IHI tlt.lj l ll.llW llll niL'tiil culli li" IM ..pillll ,ltlll '"I HI IMIU .11 So many peri-nnIn nn endeiiTur In q.HMI ppilllIJIIJ. rfll.UJ k J.MI.U y rnre fur their linuds iiii.1 Jll unpin .II1J, II pllll J."tl 1 mll till- - slinK" nf Hi." nail by uns a o uaiiM ujt- liiHltreiitlnellt nf tin' rullile. Willie rllttlne Ihi" Clltlrli" Isn't Thousands of Antt In Hill. when the wnrk Is skillfully An ant hill two feet In helcbt condone, stnlex nn iiuthorlty. It Is best tains about jVt.OtH) ants, accordlni; to nut to Iihm" the eiillili" cut when ou Ihi" obcrvutlnns anil countlnc extend-in- n enn pnIMy avoid II. A tendency tit over two years, carried out by a Mlmulnle the cni"tli of hard skin naturalist. around the null l promoted by rut-tln- c Hie cuticle. lloeer. If ou'e neplecleil to care for Hie cuticle for any leiiclh nf Hum you will rind that It has grown mid thick. Naturally, It will reHint thn quire looseiilin; nml culllne s may bow. much ilesln-i- l A rullclej Beautiful Hand Olten Marred by Lack jfil.n rfSjnj a o n..ii il.nj.1 n auiu; of Attention When It It jnj uniou.iil v,il.iiuii. ;n ilni(j.d )uuj Most Needed. 1111 l)li.1 ...miip .lull JA1114 unp 'Ml I 3illiu.ii.ij I.. I'ua Ynur nall may I" entirely fhnpi-ly- . AHVUIM-J.M'UlllliJ.tUOJ u (li piUOK but wluit cure are you clvlnc to Hie J.hI nn M illll Check .pnin HMD pOllllll ,ltl for the money youove nml note how much more respectfully your creditors reliant you They like to do business with n mnii who has nn nccount nt the Garrard Bank S Tribt Co. They know he Is dninj: business in a busiress like way. Iletter open such an account even it your affairs are not larce. Thev will crow nil riRbt. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company l'KS'-J K If STOItMKS. Vice !. . I. DICTATES Innhotfiiuy. OF FASHION 11 ( J t! Unrrif llm k tr J. I Ml t'alH i;bieH show Knllre ! new olnr still made xf Safety 1. Oeposit U SOI Boxes YOIM! It For J M Rent. cmwi lire crepe. CHANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor ll J 11 IH'SINKS-S- . "wurlrnil. ;:ormes S l lenii II Air. Dennv. W II I. Gill. Pr I'lisey. J. K. Klliott. Directors. lMCMMWMMttllMtMMMMMtWMMMM D EN ALL WHEN YOU NIGHT NEED The fiivnn-i- l lulls are low anil Ciibnii military. to The new currant nils nre briuhlen dull conns. I'lipte collars, tuffs nml bills appear oil silk dresses. Crystal collars. cutTs and lulls on silk dresses, ltnleros In arlous forms npptar on' . Utile girls' Smart tailored sulti have tsltes bound Willi silk braid. Sinnrt dresses for cUlblri-1nr" ' mailt' nt silk Klnctiiiui. Sashes ure frcunHy Until ullli a j mntniMIni; muterlnl. A vehet blouse Willi crenm while buttons Is slrlklni:. Trlnilnlui; a tint Is a simple mutter, when n wreath of rosea nmiinil Hit"' cromi I. fashlonnble. uil SPORT SUIT, NORFOLK STYLE I Gasoline, Oil and Tires Remember the Thousands Delighted With New Chandler Dispatch tlio'tglw.it America have THOUSANDS of men ami women nost heat if til new model that the Dispatch Car Is the motor car industry has produced this vRt, As many as could ftet their orders filled have purchased the Chandler Di'snatch You may sec this car now from coast to coast. And you iv.nnot mistype with take It, for there Is no other car of the new nucli graceful lines suggestive of speeil and service, no other with such beauty of finish. No illustration can do more than ftic a hint of tlte beauty of the Chandler Dispatch. High hood and radiator, low body lines .nt:d strikwheels and tt;r of !p;-- i.l disign ing finish In electric blue, combine to distinguish, in appearance, this car among a!' v..!i, rr. And the famous C l...utik'r r.iotcr, nov; in its niith yef.r of production without.radical changes but with constant relinenrnt tlyoughout that period, distinguishes this and all other Char.dK'r i.uviei:: in a it; four-passcni- er : 32-in- RexGarage KINNAIRD BROTHERS, Proprietors. mechanical way. Come Choose Your CtvciiclJ or h'ow HUPMOBILE, CHANDLER, DODGE SIX SI'LEKDID ltOnV TYI'ES Hiuhir, SITS Setvtfl'ttSM'nuvr Touting Car, Sl7aS Four.l'assenuvr Dispatch Car, Sltl7S:Fliv White Win- - lf7iW.s. C . :o Ultra , 1.11111111 iru-S30V5 Convertible Coupe, JJ.'45 Convertible Sctlatt, J2JV5 itinj AUpriie t.u.t. Ffur-I'uxai'nCL-- Vs Rut H.rdlv to f I'at bail a, H )or,w,,y,,.,.nnounc..r Polishing Steel. .us.erlesa .urfuco A fl.iely many can W produced nu steel by rubblnK. e nu n of Ihe houte. after . .. unooth Iron su . after teinperlnK. "Do you I Ounce. mWr. ... UdnkUu: ' Sliouiu i.nckward and forward until It ilou't, fir. but I know It to a kuih! or ,M....i ucqulres a fine dead flnltb. two." Z TLXr Jm,.7 VfcZTl h' fTJrLCTJ? ' Vu - I ault In Norfolk style, mad of fiber In light blue and trimmed with novelty button. In blue and whlu. this ummer'a wur ll mora attractive or rich than this (port No design for KINNAIRD BR0S..G ARAGE. LANCASTER CHANDLER .Ilk MOTOR CAR COMPANY. CLEVELAND, OHIO )j I"he Central Record. Thursday, Aug 8. 1918. IMMWMM9MHHMNHMHHNIHimHIHHNIHtM Saturday, August 24th AT 9 O'CLOCK A. MM I WILL SELL AT I m e n a o o w PUBLIC AUCTIOh 3 s a c 240 Acres L. For J. OL J. Of Butler Land QA : X TH A O TI.VT of Live Stock and j.mjr LiJiimjiii x 23 1-- 0 Will i e t t Id hi TWO OR THREE TRACTS OF 100, 120 OR i40 ACRES. OR AS A WHOLE TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. ' TWO SETS OF IMPROVEMENT.-- . County, Kemucky, hear theBoyle County line,5 2 miles from Danville, 5 miles from Stanford, on the short LOCATION pike running; from Danville and Stanford pike to the Danville and Hustoinville pike, one half mile from the Danville and Stanford pike land is FRESH and FERTILE and in a high state of cultivation. Crops as follows: (55 acres in corn, 50 acres DESCRIPTION of wheat and barley, 13 acres of tobacco, 28 acres of hemp, 5 acres of cow peas and potatoes, BALANCE IN GRASS AND CLOVER. This Nearly ail the land in Cultivation Broken oat of BLUE-GRA- SS SOB this year .25 acres WILL BE PLOWED READY for the purchaser to sow in wheat or other small grain. Bungalow of 5rooms, porches all around; 7 acre tobacco barn, cribs, ice house, daily house, large stock barn, IMPROVEMENTS: s 2 2 o ! stock scales, and other out buildings. The other improvements consist of a 5 room bungalow, porches, 7 acre tobacco ami stock barn, cellar, smoke house and other out buildings. Cistern at each set of improvements. Metal ro if on both houses. Also a tenant house. Fencing good, DIVIDED INTO CONVENIENT FIELDS, Everlasting water in every field. Springs are all equipped with LARGE CONCRETE WATER TROUGHS. This land has been well taken care of and is ready to "PUNCH." SEEING IS BELIEVING. LOOK AT THE GROWING CROPS and be CONVINCED. The land is gently roliing and easily cultivated.. Located on one pike. and one half mile from two main pjkes, the Knob Lick Pike and the Danville and Stanford pike. 1- -2 J O THIS FARM WILL SELL TO THE HIGH DOLLAR. READY TO CULTIVATE AND PAY FOR ITSELF. s a wheat corn urn? km tobacco f LIVE STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS TO BE SOLD. Three fresh Jersey cow's and calves; two Poll Angus cows and calves; 1 Holstein cow and calf; 1 Hereford cow and calf, these cows are all dandy milkers and fine butter cows. 15 head of extra yearling and two-yeold cattle. 15 fine Duroc sows with five to eleven pigs each; 30 head of good stock hogs, 125 to 150 pounds; 35 head of stock hogs, weigh about 100 pounds; 1 Fine Duroc Boar and 8 brood sows ready to farrow; 1 six year old coach horse, good worker; 1 pair of extra good mules, wagon and harness, 1 sixteen hand horse mule, 1 six year old gray mare mule, another extra pairof mules, wagon and harness; 1 pair of large 12 year old mare mules; 1 Deering binder; 1 new cream separator, hog bous, cattle troughs and a lot of other things. MONEY AND PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY AT THE SALE. DINNER ON THE GROUND. This will bs one of the BIG SALES YEAR. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, IS THE DATE. ar t a 41 C culti-packe- r, OF-TH- S t W-INEBR- I The Real Estate Man. Lancaster, Kentucky.