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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 15, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918081501_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 15, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YEAR , LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST NO FARM FURLOUGHS I fiXm 5. I 9 8. ! NUMBER 20. !! 1 FTF1 YOUTHS To Register Aagust 24th. Have Reached Their Those Majority Who AT THIS TIME. Positive orders have In in issued to Loral Hoard not to endorse farm furloughs until further notice It is presumed that at the time of Catherine; corn, permission will be given for soldiers to return for this Notice will be iriven through paper when such union are re- Cr Since June 5th. StilM f Amy KtmtM CMif tor .inr. I- I- from rrt'urtf mm! rtrring rtimift I ur I ArVfASTTR Kctfiv 2 1, of all youths who have reuched-th- e age of twenty-on- e since the second regis-'lii- s tration last June fith. was ordered ,ny ,y PmNost Marshal General iCrowdcr. under a proclamation by the VxMx- Th """- - u to add RFSIDFNfF quickly to the ainiort exhausted class nrm draft calls in Sep- j one to meet AT AUCTION. Auic -- WASHINGTON. M. tration on Satunlay. August THE UNIVERSAL CAR Take good care of your Ford. The war is reducing the output of motor cars, therefore see that your present Ford is kept in smooth running condition that you may get the full satisfactory service it is built to give Bring it to us that our experienced workman may keep it in first class condition. They know how to do It. We use only genuine Ford materials and make I ord factory prices. Let us take care oL your Ford and it will serve you line every da;, in the year. j 'in About I50.000 joung men will regMo,t "f t,llm wiU qualify for "terclaM ono' 1,11,1 therefore will join the within a month after arm' C. 1 ineir names are rccoroeu. certain kind of farming implements are very Telegraphic orders to local authorities to arrange for the registration hard to get. If you arc interested and need GARAGE. of ground to make u living on. If have already been distributed. Only LANCASTER, KY. any of our readers contemplate mov-In- g men in the armed service are exemptanything in this Hue, give us your order now. to Lancaster, we would advise ed from registration. It was pointed out that the Provost them to jro look at tins prupert) Marshal General's office that this registration would be entirely distinct COMING THE KENfrom the registration that will be I necesrary shortly when the draft ages TUCKY TRIO. are extended, anil it was also announced that the suggested date, Sep t LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Friday. August 30th, at Auditorium tember .". wuuld not be the day fori at 8i30. Admiaiion 3Scts. the registration of men from IS toi EH IE These highly talented young wom- l.'i, even if Congress passes the bill1 en are giving their time to a series in time, because several of the largest of high class concerts throughout the States in the Union hold primary for fair. Ilal state. The entire proceeds of the elections on that date. DR. W. A. WHEELER Illid.on, Hugh. oV Farnau. evening to go to the local chapter. The Provost Marshal has no in Namtd Federal Fuel Admlnislnlor, Press notices not only in this Mate tention, it was said, of creating regcar load of stock FOR ft but the east hac been very compli- istration dates for men reaching Slih (i feeding hues Phone e an I)r W A Wheeler has just re mentary Thev nromise us a fine twenty one throughout the year, but MT. HEBRON Jas Rnhison FINE FARM lncU(i"in.' a eroun of NeL-r-o .ene.l In. appointment as Chairman the present registration was made ' I ..I .1...- I" run. n I ut i i Ballard. Wh.at Flour, the boil ui int- i uniiiiisii auuii Folk Songs, especially arranged for necessary by the approaching de- Mr. Clinton Brooks is improving To Be Sold By Gol. I. M. Dunn. (HI madr, Ballard. Corn Flour, ihr bril for (iurranl county to succeed slowly. them by Francis Moore of N. Y. ficincy of man power. ub.litutr for. wheal (lour; Kiln II. Clay Knuffinun. who resigned a We promise music lovers a treat All young men in Garrard county Crops are needing rain in this j few days ago. The appointliicnt of dried corn meal, One of the linest farms in this who have become twenty-on- e years ' Dr section, but not in Lancaster. Wheeler seems to be a wise one liudion, Hughe. & Farnau. section of the state will be put un of age since June 5th, are to report at " land will meet with the approval of SPLENDID FARM TO Mr. Thomas Hicks sold to V. A. the Court House in Lancaster and der the hammer by Col. I. M. Donn STayc.l from Mrs. Hob Cox place ,. ,SU1K., his ,,ntirc county next Thursday, August '22nd. The Lear a hog ut 17 per pound. register under the above order. the last of July, a yearling m.w ,latim ths n,ormll(f limi wlu about SELL AT AUCTION. place is known as the Bowman farm Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Massie, of MerI.etfcr pnrt Jersey, has white bind ; m, bl,t ,.ffort, , carrying out the und contains several hundred acres. cer county, were with relatives here legs un! some white on side. Any , islruct0ns from , superior offi- - In this issue of the Record will be PATRIOTIC DAY It is located five miles from Buena last w eek. ! found the advertisement of one of ny rewarded intorr.'.tttinn win Vista, in Garrard County. The farm I Garrard best known farms, the Aunt A t fylnr John Host, Crab Orchard, II Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Doolin are very Great Success. Town Filled with Peo- - has bcen the Bowman family for 1 I) No J. Beck. West farm to be sold at auction. more than a hundred years and is happy over the arrival of a fine TO MY WIFE. pie and Much Interest Shown. Should any of our readers be inter- the best watered farm in the state. baby boy. What richer gift, what purer joy ested In securing a sure nuff farm we SWINEBROAD SELLS 'EM. of this Mr. R. L. Baker sold to La,wson & Not since the Central Record had An interesting description rnn tlii lif, h.t.iitnulh tn mun tliun wiilllil rertiimlv inlviai. them til iiftonil farm can be found in a page adver Anderson a bunch of fat hogs, last ' The S IX. Wilder farm containing ' hUMlbe und quiet home nestling this sale as in our humble opinion its drawing at the close of the contest tisement in this issue. Read it and week at 17cts per hundred. .11 nrri.s ill i.inrmn rntinTV wni .mil In ii valley where the wild flowers ' this is a farm that is not only a nion in 1913, has a larger crowd bcen seen by Ruinchroad the real estate man enrichen the view with a wealth of ey maker but one that is located in Ijincaster, than the one that turn nttend the sale. Mrs. W. L. Grow and daughter. last Thursday to J. K. Howies of color, and where the sunlight falls right with ull the conveniences thnt ed out last Thursday for the great were with relatives at Danville and Washington county for $lifl.fi0 an in checkered softness, through the any farm any where could hue as War Conference Meeting, held un NEW DRAFT MEASURE. Junction City, the latter part of the acre This real estate wizard Is sell- latticed window, upon the babe in we understand that running water der the auspices of the Council of week. ing the Hngurd King farm and live the cradle; where, as he returns at from one of the best springs in the Defense for Garrard county. Explained In Letter To Local Board. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lawson and Early in the morning the people stock on the Fall Lick pike toduy Its evening tired by the labors of the county supplies water in the kitchen. Mr. McCreary motored here fron. begun to arrive from every section of dollars to doughnut it will sell and day, a sweetheart his wife runs The first definite idea of the mag- Ruvenwood, Mo., for a visit with the county, it seemed, and by noon sell well. down the path hedged with sun "MAUD"SELLS AGAIN. the public spuare was practically, nitude of the proposed draft age relatives. flowers and golden rod, to greet him blocked with automobiles, and the amendment is conveyed in lengthly RED'CROSS NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Ural Burton and at tne gate wun u kiss ami a caress side walks were teaming with human instructions which the local draft children, of Bohon, Mercer county, Brings $850 In Stintord List Week. an assurance of love nnd a reGarrard County Kentucky Chapity, from the cradle to the grand par board have recently received from were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. -assurance of fidelity nnd arm in ter, shippei August 'Jth, 'J00 hospital arm they return up the path to the the selective service headquarters in Duncan, Saturday. The millp that sturteil on its Itn.l . l'nte' .. . irn i i -..ti A urass ual"l '""I Lexington fur- - Kentucky, informing the draft offiI door step, in Merrer rnitntv nn there to pause a moment in Cms. .n . ' on i Mr. and Mrs Thos. Hicks and little i- . . . , ucniniriB, iuh i)uuiuj ou nweuiers, i ... cinntn..i i nisncu me music anil tne program ue- - cials of the necessity of immediately ..un.. i I.,!., i.u ..... ...i.i 50.' .... ..... uoe mem, ihisseililinisi. .uuiumy uniii iurougiu oju, uu. ' can with the raisini? of the fbu" while- beginning preparations for the vast daughter and Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. masing oi our iiuoui ui u. w. i.. oFrt nn I ii uuiiiwy i iuuo The next and last shipment of 'hc baml PIa'l(l the Star Spangled registration which will follow the pas- Thompson spent Sunday at High . Bridge and . ..... .services there. in,!. by the sinking sun's parting ray, is 'She will be sent to Madiron Red Cross Miice I... ". ne crown was men invueu sage of the congressional bill which A series attended transformed into a hale of burnished chapter where she will be sold this to the college grounds, by chairman. adds seventeen years to the limit of of meetings conducted liuve evf ry urcsn, sweaiur unii pair KI , " to consecrate the spot we,,i, of socks ut Red Cross Room, Aug- - where by Rev. D. F. Sebastian and Rev. This famous mule has now been Joe S. Haselden and a number of draft ability. contented love is king. The communications nre from Maj. E. II. Blakeman, ofBloomfield uit 29th, will sold five times and has brought a speakers intertnined them until noon, with patriotic songs Henry Rhodes, Frankfort The draft begin at this place, Sunday, Aug 18th. total of about $7,000. Including the interspersed 2 FARMS FOR SALE. Mrs. Mary Sellaman and children 1,800 in under the able leadership of Mrs. May authorities ure told that a registraCOUNTY SCHOOL INSTITUTE. buttons sold, she brought tion booth must be placed in every of Louisville were the guests of her 220 ncres of limestone land, lays llnrrodsburg; J 1 ..I'J.I in Danville; Hughes Noland. The Garrard county school Insti- well, right In the afternoon Capt. It. Muir voting precinct in the county, which cousins, Mesdames Wesley Thompon pike, close to good tC,60., in Perry ville; $2,560.00 in tute will convene at the school Audi- schools and churches, ill Garrard coun LANCASTER nnd $850. in Stanford. Allen, a British officer who served means that there will be nine regis-tratio- n son and Marion Montgomery, a part 'JlUh, Every ty. torium here August places in Garrard county. of last week. Nine room dwelling, 12 acre to- What will she bring in Richmond? in France from October 1914 until ... I ... I .1 ... . , February 11)18, and whose wounds It is also indicated that the ret.itrn. is uAiH'in-i- i iu iiiieim un .i-a-i ii.'i(-,f' imm iiiipi.ii iinL iimp,, .iv.tr. uml to"- tteo. i eater anu son, rion every day otherwise her certi- ;ractor j gave him an honorable discharge, was tion date will nrobablv h. on Sentem. wuU,r I introduced f.cate will be for cited her 5th. and that the draft bm.r.l will Kobert and grandsons, and Mr. and by the chnirman. farm BnJ f )iviu.., intu mimerous JBIG OIL DEAL UNDER Jilkt lit this linlnt ue liiteht nientimi He spoke in the yard of the school prepare to register at least one third ,Mrs- Bufml TcaU'r aml children, of riehls hy first class woven wire Jcssamine' 6,ent Su"dy with Mr. that Suit. Gilbert has declared a six fences. See this one at $12.1.00. LtAl) UK li. b. WILLIAMS. building, for it was seen early in the moie draft possibilities, than on the an" r'" l,row anu Jlrs- - " month term of school this )car and day that the large auditorium would occasion of the first draft. June 5th, 205 acres, limestone land, almost acou. a for the current scholas- level, only 20 acres under plow! 10 One of the most notable oil and gas not seat one half of the people who 1917. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stone and tic year, luis ben fixed ut S5.26. The draft boards arc instructed to acres in fine stand of clover und projects launched in Kentucky is the were scrambling for admittance. Capt. Allen's remarks were highly furnish a complete list of the regis Mr. und Mrs. It. L. Tracy arc reother iu grass. 100 acres for hemp formation of the Alakyla Oil & Gas ceiving congratulations over the aror tobacco. This farm has two com- Company of Lexington, a million dol enjoyed and the personal experiences trators who will serve ut eacli of the CARTER MARSEE. Wilthat he related so eloquently, were nine precincts and to fifc the list by rival of baby boys on the 7th und 8th. plete rets of Improvements and is lur concern, of which George B. They have been christened, Herbert The mnrriage of Mr. Noah Mar-te- e, subdivided into 11 fields under splen- liams, of Winchester, president of heard to express the opinion that Monday, August 19th. of Bryuntsville, to Miss Virginia Wilson nnd William Howard. 1 did fence, mile from the best Williams & Sons Bunk, Irvine, is the his was the best address of this charCurler, also of this county was soleni-nize- d nike In the FOR SALE: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dean nnd 800 bushels of "Har.r. miles nf head. The deal brings under one man acter ever heard in Lancaster. ut Nlcholasville yesterday. The He was followed by Governor Stun. vest King" seed wheat. thousands of acres of the Price us it children, left Sunday for their home county seat, automobile road right 'im-n-t marriage took place ut the home of un to the hmi... , ren.lv territory in mis aiuie 1111.1 1.0UIS. ley, who spoke for an hour and a comes from the thrasher, $2.40 a near Clinton, Illinois, after u few This L 4 .t .1. . I .ll .l. w,e or.uu . uuoi, ..... .....ry r.. m , ,f ana ror development will. ine niea half and held the attention, hot as Hi bushel; recleaned, $2.50 u bushel. days stay with his parents, here. wp n $.n being per ormed by he ceremony A sample may be seen at the Cen While here Mr. Dean rented the farm ,iuilll.(of erecting plant, for the conversion was, of the crowd, who ut times ap-- i ( the Rev (' 1. Iluffhinee, pastor , of the! plaudcd his words to the echo. of its own raw products into com trul Record office. Harry Frye, of Mr. Job Mars.ee and will move here at $125, per acre if tuken ut once. Baptist church of that city. Immed D. 1 Governor never in his life made a Phono 12. Hubble, Ky. the first of the year. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. mercial necessit'es iately after the marriage the happy Mr. Williams has made more money better speech, nor had a more respon couple left for a ten days bridal trip directly out of oil production than slve audience. they will East. After their return The evening program brought out any other man in the State. He is still CARD OF THANKS take rooms with Mrs. Hannah head of the Security Producing and u bumper audience which filled the Sweeney ut Ilryantiwlle, I lie W wish til i.vliress thrnimh The Relining Company, und interested in nuniiorium. cltier address on This marriage is the culmination I Central Record, our sincere thanks I the Peerless and Bear Track Oil Com this occasion being mude by Hon, courtship and the ; gratitude of revtral yeurs for the sympathy ex- - panics und others equally profitable, Edwin P. .Morrow, of Somerset. Mr. Contracting parties ure well und fav pressed by friends and neighbors, in I Associated with him lire W S, Morrow never minced any words orably known throughout the county. the loss of our dear boy. Heather. Whiting, of hlizabethton, lenn., a when he spoke of the Germans nnd The bride is especially uttructivo und The Uastin Telephone Company was prominent timber man, J. II, O'Rear, their henchmen and he was frequent' very accomplished, having graduated unusually kind und courteous for.u practical operator, who has been ly interrupted by the hearty applause ut thu Richmond State Normal last which we ure very grateful. The associated with Mr. Williams in num- - of the crowd. Capt. Allen made unother short year and has taught ut Pleasant Hill sympathy und expressions of love erous enterprises; Charles l Hibbard a number of terms. from all, weakens the heavy load that of New Orleans, un extensive operator address after Mr. Morrow had closed, Under the law you are required to come to The groom is one of the foremost we are called upon to bear ut this In timber, mineral and oil lands; W, for the benefit of those who were un my office and list your property. As the buslnesj men of Bryantevillc, owning sad time, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long. K. Williams of Lexington, financier; able to hear him in the afternoon. a generul merchandise store and enGarrard county and her people II. M. Collins, of Frankfort, an attortime Is limited, you are requested to call at joying splendid patronage. ney of large experience in the Penn- never do things by halves and to show once. Very Respectfully, The rest wishes of the entire com-- 1 sylvania und Kentucky mineral and the spirit that possessed them, every Begin now tp arrange for January timber business; Chairman M. M. Log store in the county and in Lancaster munity go oUt to this happy couple willing them many years of joy loans. Ask about our new plans. No un, of the State Tax Commission and together with the banks, were closed Co. Tax Commissioner and prosperity as they start out on loan feu charged. Attorney General, Charles M. Mor tight, until the close of the program D. A. Thomas, Realty Agency. the sea ot matrimony together. ris. tin the afternoon. CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT In this issue uill be found the ad vertisement of a splendid home with four acre- - of land to sold at aucunt Court .lay. This pro.-lion erty is one of the most desirable places in our little, city; has a huge orrhurd. well improved anil plenty - ' P"lly HASELDBN BROS. Conn Ii. Brothers. iriri rir rJ ,,.,.,, ' .t. u. r lo !... '""","" u. ..... ,l. ' b,,n, NOTICE t Tp The Tax Payers of Garrard County: farmlo'anT A. T. SCOTT, The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15, 1918. GOVERNMENT SENDS AN URGENT CAL c The President of the Commission recently wired: "Need for stenographers and typ fits at Washington grow, more acute daily. Increase effort all possible.' The Government mid nil business nre short five hundred concerns thousand bookkeepers rind stcnogrn phcrs, nnd nrc offering beginners salaries never before heard of. The Government drafted our Civ Bookkeeping Set, nnd about KIGHTY-FIVper cent of the Gov crnmcnt' stenographers write th Shorthand system that we teach THE I1KST evidence that our courfes nre the BEST. Take. 11V MAIL, our eight-wee- k L1MI AT A FARM IN Course or our Simplified Shorthnn Course, the latter course consisting of THIIITY LESSON'S, nnd we guarnntee you $85. to $125. month ns soon as you qualify. Mon ey back if not satisfied. Two hun ilred thousaml satisfied, moncy-mak- . ng former students. Clip, fill out nnd send us the following coupon frn 1 HKYANTSVIIXK Mrs. A. T Christopher of Somerset returned home Mondny after a stny of several weeks with her father, Mr. I.og..n Uon and other relatives. Mr Harold Scott came horn Mon-,.a- y after bcinir in Norfolk. V., for ctveral i ninths, where he wa with a '.IP building plant. M. . Ada Dismukes, of llurgin, v. 'be guest lost week of Miss Mr II ' II..:. ..ml, II Cos still remains quit Mr .;i I t'e Mis Anns ! gj si of Mi- - Lilluw jr I l..s' week Swop was the Multard, t Ststn-f Mrs c; ( UiMe of iUtn GitlUe, Kl.. spent rrveml dnjt her recently th guest of relatives. Is ht hmt Mrs F.littilxth Httrite (torn livery plcMunt stay In Middles-ler- . The Cros Members' realrted $117.00 frem the diimer whieh thy I is; red Mondny t the wk of Mr. MRjntunl. (Jait a liurab-e-r from here attended th I'atrintsr Meeting at Urncan-Ur- , Ttwnday. All were iWisrhted with the splendid tpeeeh of Gov. Stan ley, also Cant. Allen and Hon. K. W. were srrently enioyml Mr. and Mr. James Ilankin. of Boyle, were the cuest of Mr and Mr. David Rattkin, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. l. I. Hurtvn sent Sunday in Crab Orcbsrd. Mesra 1!. K. and A. II Swope were in l.exinitiiii, Saturday on busmen Mr. and Mrs. Tarter Sellers, of Je amine, have )een visit ina: Mrs. Klla Dean and Mr. and Mrs, C M. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Tarter Sellers, of Jesmmine bought the residence and a part of the farm of Mr. W. II Mnj- COUPON Draughon'a College, Nashville.T. Send me, FKF.E, your book on Home Study, nnd tell me nbout your new plan of teaching the plan whereby it is EASY to learn Short-hanBY MAIL, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, etc. This notice was clipped from The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Yours truly. (Name) AUCTION. MONDAY AUG.26 2 P. M. TOWN WITHIN BEACH OF EVERYONE. Splendid five room cottage and four acres of land on South side of Danville Street, three blocks from the Court House and formerly known as the George Pollard place, will be sold to the ugliest bidder on the above date. SPLENDID ORCHARD, GOOD BARN, GOOD CISTERN AND ALL IMPROVEMENTS, ETC A DANDY OPPORTNITY FOR TRUCK GARDENING. An opportunity to secure a place that CAN. BE DIVIDED INTO CIT.Y LOTS as this is the most available and closest vacant land in Lancaster. A dandy home place and money making investment. A place that will always increase in value. Go look it over and come to the sale. TERMS CASH JANUARY 1st. BALANCE IN 1, 2 and 3 YEARS Sale will take place on the property. (Address) PAINT LICK Mrs. W. F. Parks is visiting rcla tives in Barbourville. Mr. and Mrs. George Todd nre re joicing over the arrival of a girl on the 10th. Mrs D. V. White was the cuest of her aunt, in Winchester the past week. Mr. Ale Ledford and family of Lex ington, visited relatives here for the week end. Miss Marie Ledford. verv deliuht fully entertained A few of her friends on Saturday evening. Miss Martha Garrett spent the week end with her grand-parentMr. and Mrs. W. C. Fish. Miss Minnie Calico died August 0th after a long illness. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Calico and had many friends who with her relations mourn her death. She was buried at Paint Lick cemetery, Satur day. Pure wheat bran, mixed feed, vel vet bean meal, wheat middlings. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs. D. W. White is visiting her aunt, in Winchester, this week. .Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and Mr. nnd Mrs. Holman Brown were the guests of Mrs. I). A. Hervey, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Estridgc left Monday for Bloomington, Ind to be the guest of Mrs. Joe l'risbie and from there Mr. Estridge will go to the Training Camp at Indianapolis, to don the Khaki for his "Uncle Sam." Mr. ami Mrs. Leslie Sloan are visiting Mr. Sloans parents, near Dr. and .Mrs. Frank II. Walker and little son, Stetson, are expected Tuesday to visit Mrs. Florence E Walker. nard, which was sold Monday and will take possession of it. Mr. U. 1. Burton, buying the remainder. . Mrs i: Ballard and Miss Mr me l.e Itfillnnl went to Crab Orchard Springs. Wednesday for a week's ta Mi. Kdnn Ilerkele has been Mrs. her grand-motheMary Ilerkele Mr (' M Dean has sold his resi dence and several acre of land to Mr. Uobert I. Burton of llurkeje, who will move to it about the first of the j en r. This i the histories! old resil ience at "Camp Dick Kobinson." Mr. Burton's many friend are de lighted to have him in our community but are also pleased Hint Mr. and Mrs. Dean will also remain, they bujing the farm of Mrs. Klla Dean. Reaches tha Apex. Any man who n fuses t,i nrrue with a woman posses,- the Slt,mri brand of wlsdnm. Idaho Statesman. Spurgeon's Philosophy. To git. we must site; to accumu s late. We must scatter; to make happy, we must make others t.rippjv (.. II. Spurgeon. No Happy Medium. Said the nlti- -l i,l.ll..-,t,- l,. "ri,.. fellOW Uhll llMit In I, III.' IiIm lll,t u bush, I Is nmi III,, r unable to buy u 'itlshel or has beeuiue so im hIH.v dr f i. that he advertise that llgbl with an outfit of star shells and skj searchers." Safety First In Csnces. v iirci-arHill When it two persons to change seat In n .a" run the ciinoe to the hunk nnd !i tint- - nf the step out on dry bind. Bochesti r lit raid. linl.- fir HASELDE H (Hang ! MANSE. Dally Thought. Mr. Burdettc Ilamsey sold n fine J'.vcry person Is responsible fur all bunch of hogs last week, to J. S. Col-li.Mrs Holman is, still very ill. good within the scope of his the at 20cts. nml for no more, nnd mine can Mr. Wm. Marshhank was calleil to Mirses Mary and Jane Walker spent tell whoso the bed side of his brother, Mr. Geo, Hamilton, sphere U the largest. Gall several days in Cincinnati, the past Marshbnnks. week. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams spent De Sure It's Worth It. Concerning Eggs. Saturday night anil Sunduy with his Who would boast n Wrtnry that cost The word egg occurs six time? In mother, Mrs. Roberts. no strategy nnd no eareftil disposition the Old nnd once In the New Testa-wen- t. of the Deuteronomy. LI'iO; .Tub, 0:0, Mr. Jim Roberts spent Sunday pure forces' Hut let a man be ery that the city Is worth the siege. and 10:1,',. nnd Kl:3j Hi itli his brother, Mr. Jack Huberts. Ik Marvel. Jeremiah 17:11. nml I.uUe 11:12. Job C:0, nsks: Mrs Charley Friend was calleil here "Can that which Is unsavory bu oaten without snltj or Is on aeeount of the death of her eousin Tropical Fruits In Venezuela. there nny tastu In the white of un Miss Minnie Calico. All sorts of tropical fruits, men ns Pure wheat bran, mixed feed, vel oranges, limes, banana, plantain mangoes, pawpaw. te anil nil sorts et bean meal, wheat middlings. of oglahh-- s are grown In Venezuela Hudson, Hughes" & Farnau, In suHk-lcn- t quantities fur local mar Mr. ami Mrs. Forest Center and ket, where thej' are wry ehenp, but little daughter spent Sunday night none is being exporteil front this with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. (! V. Conn. Love From everyone, Mr. nnd Mrs. John I'ennington No rpent Sunday with Jlr. and Mrs. one matter how wise jou are, everyjou meet can teach jou something. Of BOl'BBON POULTRY CISC Henry Anderson. Tho joiing folks who are likely Id down a cntck's throat cur grow are nut the ones who pride them-r-cltc- s raws. A ttw drops la tbe Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bowling were drinking water cures anu on superior educiitlonal preienu cholera, diarrhoea the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie advantages, their look and down on others, anil otbercnlck dli eases. One tK bottle makes 13 rations of Ithodes, on last Wednesday evening. from a lofty height. lie teachable. medicine At all Jrintslsts. Mrs. Floyd McCarty and little YOU lllaV ItllNS lirpvlimil rlmnnu If Sample ana booklet on "Ills, eases of e'uwU" scat rlCCK. daughter, Jennie Lee, of Danville, you meet others and pass on without Beurioa Rata Co. UiWw, I; were the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H'unmig anyming Irom them. airls' Companion. Hnselden Brothers. I'. Anderson, on Tuesday night, Favors Absolute Abstention, report of British experts faors nlisi.iute abstention from strong drink, hut supsirt the use of Unlit wines nml Honors. A reieiit Art Note. An art writer of Boston srtys there Is now scry little fur tho painters to Versatile Windmill. Sino Care Auwaw. Someone has said thut we enn flag away our cures more easily than we can reason Ihem away, and that I lucky fur those of jou girls whose logic Is not your strong m.Ihi. Whether Jour tolco Is weak or strong, try singing as a cure for the blues. do but light, Why don't they paint portraits of porterhouse sttnks smutli-ere- d with onions? Houston Tost. A windmill in llurope rrlnds grain to flour for a baker nnd I lit 11 mixes nml kneads It Into ilnugli. rsr On to Him. "I can't Hie properly un "." n week," Testing Pleurisy With Coins. complained the joung man. "Ves, jou A novel method of diagnosing pleurisy Is described by I1. I.ereboiillet In can." said hit guardliin. 'The real troublo is jou want to lite Improp- Ibe Purls Medical. Tin- - examiner rly." his ear to the patient's (best, closing Ids other ear, while coins lire clinked ut tlu patient's l:l(k. The Advice, for Letter Writers. found of the coins coming through a Win ii sending n stump In a Idler healthy, normally nerated lung seems of moistening one corner nnd distant and dull, while through an nf- - sticking It to the puper, moisten a ficteil lung, through mild or homo small sjsit In the center of the stamp geneous tissue n clear, sllerj metalmid then nfllx It to jour letter. The lic ring Is heard. remoMil of a small part of 'lie ndlieslte substance from the center In no way Impairs the usefulness of the stamn: when us) It Is often torn If the corner Combined Effort, The great artist who paints n picture U fastened. which compels the udmlrullun of the world does not do so with one sweep of the brush lu one moment of InspiraTruly King of Dlrds. tion. The great masterpiece Is the "Our iiatlnnnl bird, the buhl eagle, product of thousands of strokes of tho wild In Its native haunts'. Is so large, so brush, of Infinitesimal bits of pigment majestic, and llles with mi evidence of put on tho canvas layer lifter layer, so enormous strength, that one Is with tho thought that hero Is cadi iluiio with consummate art, Hu-rtiny lilt of paint, every swift stroke. the king of birds," writes T. Gilbert does Its tiny part toward what becomes 1'eiirsoii of tli Audubon society, "On at last a manel of uges. So must wc i.nii occuslon while eating my lunch lu work, stroke by stroke, a bit here and the shade of u Utile bush on n South- a bit there, until our masterpiece, busl'rii prairie, I tuw one curry off u limit." beeu completed, First Artesian Well. The first nrteslllll well lo he lioreit Burope of which data is aialluhlo Is the lube Wi ll at Grenelle. In I'rn lice, winch was sunk bv the I reinh erumeiit IS'lt and IS I'.', In the liii( of oblnliilng ii sulllcleiit supply of water for I'arl. The depth Is l.TW feit, lit which Iciil n prolltlc supply of Viatir was reaclasl. 111 for SoreMuscles .Stiff Joints (V rski-((- - .tsu Jfl fKILlsl The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15 1918. 'MADE IN U.S.A.' Optlmlstlo Thought atrlct law. A Rood Juilw will decide according to Jintlco and right In preference) to ' LABEL Packers' Profits Large or Small Packers' profits look big when the Federal Trado Commission reports thut four of them earned $140,000,000 during the three war years. Packers' profits look small When It is explained that this profit wa3 earned on total sales of over four and a half billion dollars or only about three ccnti on each dollar of sales. This is the relation between profits Over This IN GOWNS Be Widespread Continent-Wo- men Propaganda Is to Keep Working. "It'll nil rlsht to keep lioptn" fob d best," mM Uncle Kbcn, "but you jotter be busy as well m viltful." City of Restaurants. Mure than JTOO.dOO.WH) nre InTctcd In the restaurant business In New York city, Rltini; employment to np. proximately half a million person'. Eyes Tested Free Must Aid. NEW STYLES ARE ADMIRABLE Consideration of F ARMES ITTED Broken Lens, a : ant) Turtle Eggs. The esci of the turtle vary In numAp. ber from fiO to Km, nml nt first they pirel It Urjed Honesty, Pride reemblo damp parchment In their tcx-t- u re. and Direct Purpose li Involved In Project. American-Mad- Temples, Duplicated. Bridges $ ? $ it THE "MADE IN U. S. A." LABEL. o Transportation In Hankow. Within forelifii conci'Mons of llceneil Jlnrlk-ahthere are 07 public carriages and S'J private motorcars. Sum- - Have That Gift. Oratory," raid L'nrle Kben, "It ft lliii' ililnit. Some men Is njrli great Iiennnilers dat iley don't hnve to do no work Mr Rlvc tip no tooticy delrse'fs." Repairing done promptly on4Vatches, Clocks and Jewelry. Office over Mount's i) o l u Hardcore Store. t to I i J 3J v j 4. I mid nuked fur nun. ilim I n nili. To jlro her u.imiimI, lwfMIn of ui,.n ! iritiii' ih t'M ll t I'lkind u dm practiced. l Will fdipped IlltO A il' imn i r i'ii American ill- . i,. r. 111 i! . Il" l the AHKtler -I I't over ntt thr i" h. i mi i.,l...ri'il for w'ks ' h II 'I imnlurt "JUt fMIll Mi.. 1.:. ii I linn' iif r mi ii '! I IiiIm ii Hum' -- it iviry hoUldettt woui' lit mi Hours -- 8 to li p. in. h o o j 9 o 9 a J. , Ms METCALF OPTICIAN. ii U u 30 w 9 eii Too MiKh Thought ef Self. "S ni' !tiiie," nlil Cnele Ebn, "a cti.n tliiiil.- - ko mtieh about bin own fii'ifnrt dat be makes hUeu'f pufflckly KEN1UCKY. LANCASTER, oaoececeoeseeoe93e('aeoeec32S3383ocec3CC060se99 J 5 l.ut ili.r" Ii nil immetia fJsh' h i t t I iiml y, TlintniiiKly and sales: Profit Sales J 5 ..r hri ii a If no packer profits had been earned, you could have bought your meat at only a fraction of a cent per pound cheaper? Packers' profits on meats and animal products have been limited by the Food Administration, since November 1, 1917. 0- any steadier1 to have n "Made 9 , Seede "Well, If be was bo'd be iuotlonle." A." liihi'l ami woiuen i 1. i ii . il in In nidilcrntt of ' . it To Complete th; Illusion. "til' inl'lili'il". The. pub- t" ti. Iiii-i"N'i, you are too jHior. If I Sin to site roll- to tin' Dew project, j iwu-lni.iii'.n ihh.s for n man It tnlcbt ti'l ti i'rtiiiL:iiiiiln is to be 9 ninke hlpi look utiTi me ti n Ferrant.' pr. il the iimllneiii lie "uli. no: you'd bnvo to break them to do that." ill: t in.'- - mm'Ii innclderntlon . 'ri.i i w'lMiii who !mys a 2 apimrel. ia ni That's All We Need. i. ii. ni'i'd to be con- We could nil be better, we think. If my i I dear uoineii. only the people nroiind uh would alter! ' i iu.i iiuti' i" in lire,! iu My their wni and p!e u n chance. Wij j 1 li it" ui'lmul I'urli. tilt J buneer nml thlrt altir rlshteousness ' i mil inn U it beallliy the dew In mr tielKhbur'. ii nt. .I it limit In fniournireil. .in iiriHiiu pride and In l lie Muariiliis Auo rli i ll lMlllou si iMHic-i- v. you wants to Rive to work J uel a Job. for be Meady?"tnc I'arraer It V him , l'armer llaye 'That Jones boy nho Almost Stopped. I r .'i Draw II I ft Phonl 3 U U N II UtlbU( J for the money you ov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do businoss with a man w ho has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. v. i u t ' . Ik -- 'I uy fr..m the Swift & Company, U. S. A. I'ta'Jj nrtimwutiM THE NATIONAL BANK OI: LANCASTIIR. Cupflul $50,000. A. K Surplus ice 5.;i0,000. UtNNV. lanbier. milieu ill n ' "ii. like other, has leaned e; n tlii' ii. ci'i ef the universe for iti'in uu'ilnni e iind tiiaterltil '" j.rii-il- e 1" 'i' In the liuiklnK. nilllU hm .if M.iiii' ii'3 apparel. ti.- ii.i i 'in lnie Hi" l'"ti'l wenkeiml that ' - ni Miib PurH Ih to liaro tht '"mil-'fulln.-- Hint ii elnld li ttttra It iiii'ibir turni It loose and tells It to milk nl'ine to the nearest ebiilr. There s In the I'lituN of the bu.vem, we tlie pnnle that 'blutf nitet C"lile tn Ih.' Vi'ilM' 1'Hlln when it Mi'iu th'it It Mii'-- t ili'iM'ii'l uiMin notli-I- n ir but li fur MipjNirt la a imn I" rtide oiikN of spnei . j t ihN when We did nut ci e t i or three llie war In'"',. I I' uie i in run i'i.ii tel.. no (reltini; itlliiliiiu In Its itht'. iihserl' a N l Danger to OJibway Flnjer. nlibuny Indian would n"t point Hop r at the iniMin, as fair I.unn hit would ci'iilder It n creat lnult and Instantly bite olt this tiffendins luem- bor. An They know he is do'.ni; business in a l.umresi like way. Iletter open such an account even it your affairs are not larce. Thev will crow ad right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company CHANDLER Slv Famous For Its Marvelous Mo: - IiKS:a. l'rendri t J. tl SlDKMES. Ilarri. In 1 I'res't P. I . J. It. It m Kee.ier J. I., till.!.. Safety Oeposit WK Boxes For Rent. SOI.Ilir VOlll lll'SINKSS. JK A.ex It. Drnnv, J. II. 1'oiiev, Stormet. S C. Denny. J I,. Kill. I)r W. M. Klhott. Directors. It Stwiictiriji,l. NIGHT THE WHEN . THe sovcn-passenjU- T Point of Climax in Sedan Design YOUNEED Gasoline, Oil and Tires Remember the I The frock Is of black taffeta, made Chinese fashion, with tunic and short, narrow skirt, to resemble squaro The flounce on the tunic Is trousers. beige chiffon, which also makes the pointed vest and wide ruffles of the sleeves. The embroidery Is In black. lit convertible type of sedan is given its finest in the current Chandler model. This I i a truly handsome car, most graceful of line, splendidly finished and upholstered, it seats seven with etreme comfort when the two auxiliary chairs are in use. The four doors give ready entrance and exit without confusion or disturbance. Mounted on the standard Chandler chassis, distinguished for its marvelous motor, the sedan is most serviceable i'l all seasons. The windows may be lowered into the body panels, or entirely removed, and, at any moment, the car nfay be entirely enclosed if desired. The Chandler car Is offered in other attractive models. Nearly fifty thousand Chandler owners know the extraordinary worth of the Chandler car. Choose Your Chandler Now Scven-l'asinna- Rex Garage KlNNAIRD BROTHERS, Proprietors. Touring Car. 517'iR .SVJ.m. 'r Koadttvr, S17VS Limousine. SJO'JS Convertible S24tS Dispatch Car, SIH7S Convertible Coupe. S2J95 All prket I i. h Clwlanj HUPMOBILE, CHANDLER, DODGE J thousand gonus were assembled la public under the souud of the cuunoa bearing ComplcKue. liven tho nieuuro did not break tho boud for tho succeeding two summers, but It perceptibly wvakened after last seaaou and now wo arc confronted with a situation In this country that bas growu to strength and Importance la the last few weeks. KINNAIRD BROS., GARAGE, LANCASTER CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15. 9 18. 1 mm AT 750 Acres of Superb Blue Grass Land Kown fts The PUBLIC PUBLIC SALE IN AUCTION. Auction On AT GARRARD I Will Sell, at Public Thursday Aug. 22, 1918, At Ten o'clock, on the premises, the Bowman farm located near Huena Vista turnpike, f miles from Buena Vista, Garrard County. Ky. THIS IS ONE OF THE GRANDEST BODIES OF BLUE GRASS LAND EVER OFFERED COUNTY. There is from two hundred to three hundred acres of virgin soil; fine growth of timber, consisting of black walnut, scaly barked hickory, Linn, white and black ash, poplar, sugar tree, white and red oak. The part in forest has never been cleared or cut over. Thousands of cedar and locust posts on the farm both for sale and use. Finely Watered With 12 Never Failing Springs This is one of the best watered farms for stock raising in Kentucky. There are twelve never failing springs so located that each pasture has plenty of fresh running water. At least fifty acres of first and second river bottoms which can be cultivated every year inhemp seed and corn. Superior Tobacco, Hemp Corn and Wheat Land No better land can be found for hemp, tobacco, corn and wheat or anything else that will grow in the most fertile blue grass soil. This farm is bounded on the north and west by the navigable stream, Kentucky river and agood road leads to the boat landing and all lumber, stock and crops can be shipped by boat to Frankfort, Louisville, and all points on the Ohio river. This provides a market with low transportation rates. , PLENTY Terms Liberal and Male Known OF IMPROVEMENTS. THIS FARM Is A BOLD The improvements consist of a comfortable dwelling, one eight acre tobacco barn, stock barn, and two tenant houses, all in good repair. Day of Sale. MINE. PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS WILL BE SHOWN THE FARM BY MR. RUBLE, WHO IS ON THE PREMISES. I.I ME V REAL ESTATE AGENT. '17. DANVILE, KENTUCKY. J The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15, 1918. In Hit- - fnrr, "Out nf bminri for palli'iite," '(lonoriilly tin1 iiur' CTtAJTEIl bf th ntwi of wrro InuUhg Hie iilhtT By lu'ti mm alnklnir of itm Custianla by a Jrntan 1 Imiit' ubmarln. Arthur Ouy Kmpfjf, an Am rl nf tlioei' tilclit rulil ntnrti'il, c.n, lsavs Ma nfflr In Jerss City ami llil liifiirtiKillmi will ri'I niitif nf llii'in roea to KriRlanil wlirra h rnllsta In Mi lulci tiiiul,,!. Inn t ciinnnt ri'll llio army. IsrUlsh In let Hie liillllllilllihlllt CHAITCIl II Aftr a rtl.l nf train-Ifor )mmMllal Kins.. volunlf-'rv. Vii'im iltnl iirnlimnlly I ill t It iivit Ira anil aiion nn.l hlmlelf In rrsl blllsls "aomtnlirra In Frama," wliar ha first mi him. makr tha acquaintance of lha n- I nrrUi-i- l n note. nfliriiiHUi MMitlfa." l, rrr rilAPTIIlt allrn.ls hi, firm tlirmii:li iiiir mull rfrniinil iliiiiiin'l, frmn at tjin front wlill A rhurrti mv tNllnr. nkltii! mi- - l iitti tnl Kukktr rlrrka mrr th coiig,rKittwri. .1 i.irly nt Iiit hiiil'i' Hint nlflit. I CIIAITnlt IV Kmry'a rnmmnml pna Into the frunt-MiilKUcn il Hint alio ihiiM i'm iI iiio hihI trrncltf anil under lira for the nrit time, In uioi't mi nt it rertiiln iilni'i nil CIIAITF.lt lnrn to ailopt nml will kiiuivn liy nil juitl.-iit"- . the inotlo of tha llrltsti Tummy, "If ml are Kulfije tu K't It. you'll iM It. so ncisr sushis. Vlellnr. Il "miT I lie Ullll." I worry tulil In r 1 Mssiilil lit on liiiml lit crli'tl' In rent billet. Km-rCIIAITKIt thirty. aet hi flrat ripr1enca a a ' orderly t ani'iiknl niv Alniiit ttivrn-flrt'ilearn how lha CllAITF.lt "ti'ri'isut nml :ii mil nf Hit' nnrsl rml llrlttsh soldiers nra feil. II In His' Iml front-linVltf-lsa- ck Thi n I Intil Hi" lihl In tha CIIAITKIt frls-tntrrnrh. Ilmpey eea Ms first frlenil of th ii tmrtls inir. Esiliitt furiihirv.iilk l In nf Mills', Hints tranche "ta West." n tin' rsii' pir-sihi flrit I mux make CIIAITi:it li. Shi' wlnkosl nml I know Hint flalt to a ducout In "Suicide Ditch." learn what con. I tilni; CIIAITKIt uii. nil tlghl mi her s'lul. tltute a "day'a work' In tha tront-lllining nut nf I ho Hunt. I kIIihi Into trench . -nml tiiinls' fur I In' wnll. II "over tha ths Koe CIIAITKK top" for the flrat time In a chare on th ' un si irk nt iliili nml I i KnilhK ound.l by a (lerman trenclie aii.1 t liroiisli His' iinili rhriKli, ulisii auiMi bayonet thruat. ,,ut-cl- J the I etspiMl liihi spnci' uinl ff'lt lnyvs'lf Join CIIAITKK tha bomblnc smail I called. rii.liliii; iliiHNMiiril, n hurrlhli' lninii. club" Tammy seta an CIIAITF.lt XIIl-Ka- ch Whim I rums' lis my nml liliukni". otnclal bath. help dig: an Miiiiiulsil alimilslrr wni hurling Imrrl-lilCIIAITKK XtV-Km(lerman rlre. advamnl troticti under I nne IiIml-n riri'iilnr llalenlnr pott" In wisll nf hrlsk. ilrlpiilni: wlih iiiultiire. CltAlTKK XV-- On Msn'a Mini No I iiiiilil In'iir tin' trUkllni; artillerymen "put iinsl fnr nwny CIIAITF.K XVI-T- wn one oter" on Old Pepper, their leaimenlal sif wtits r. I hml In tin' iliirkni"" fulls'ii commanJer. s II. lilts, nn tsisl Hut "hi h narrow CHAITr.lt XVlI-t:mp- ey while on patrol July In No Man a iin't I "it? Aiiiirillir tn nil ruli1 - hs'sii I 11111111111 IVrhiis-- I ilrsiwni'il. hnsIn ret billet CIIAITKIt .Wilt-Hac- k ni iiml illiln't knnw It. I'.mpey wtl'e anl stsirrs a fart comedy. many . His' ahusk sif my eiiiMcn etni bate CIIAITKK XIX-Holway to amuse thmeli whll 'on their L'niilnnlly wsri- nff It sui'' tn tns thni own." I wiih Dili,' un it Inlti' nml Hint tin' ".olunteers for CIIAITKK Is'Hst tniivi'tiis'tit sin my pnrt wssulil prs1 machlna run eervlce and gov back Into front-lltranche - Mil1 th Ills' til His' lisiltsilll nf tinCIIAITKIt XXI Kmpey again coes rlillllli' I rtrusk n inntili. In It fulfil irhin "over tha lop" In a charge which cost tils comTany 17 killed ami II wounded. 1 nh Hint I wn lylnz In u rlrsuh't CIIAITKK XXII Trick with a machine '! hols' II I .oil I tws'l.s' frit its s fe 'hi' tun silence line tiothersom Frill. pren lllliil In ' Th.' hi..l I f '.lis I S"i" CIIAITKIt XXIII Clerman attack, I repulsed. lis un! riiiui' frsitn n wills r ceded by icas wane, ssr nn Is forced to CIIAITKK XXIV-Kmp- ey in) rl w I I . take pall In an execution as a member With tny wiiunili'il slinuhlir It wn of the flrlnc uuad prepare for Iiiiki.IiIs' tn ehlniii it ( ""' I'1!"' I CIIAITKIt XXV-llrlt- lsh of th Homme. 111 ac 1'ush-l- he battle . the s.iilsl nsst ji'H t"f Issnhii!' tin' trench CIIAITKIt XXVI- - In aKmper I" raid, r.'. hit wsml'l want tn kr.siw hssw preceding lba UK I'ush, wounded an1 lies unionecluua In lin.iusil. nml I wnuhl lie No Man's Ijinj for ( houis nn Irshil hs'fsir.' ths 1'i.niiiiiinilutit After CIIAITKK XXVII Kmpey four month" I Juit hml tn strtn nuil lsur hospital, is dtscharired tn a llrttleh r eerv. It as "physlially unnt for further with His fnrlsiru hnp. Iluit nns1 nt SYNOPSIS. , elnrlnj him Iti lni Aldershot for n arseclul operation to Iry ii nd make the near preventable. t nrrlvi'.l nt the bnspllnl nnd got an nwfiil shosk. The food wan jHior and the discipline abnormally strict. No palls'iit wn allowed tn alt on hi bed, only nt anil Flunking wn I il luiint sil hour. The face perlallt did imlhliig for me except I innde nppll-iiilln- u to liHik nt Hie wnuiiil. fnr a trnnsfer back to 1'nlgiiton, "ITiTliig to pay my trmipnrtatloii, ThN nflVr nn iiccepti'sl, und nfter two iviske' nhi lies' mile n cm ii I nrrlii'd In Muiivy ward, all hops' gone. The next day nfler my return Diw-il'riil ntnppi'd nl tny bed ami said: "Wi'll, i;inM'j-- , If jou want me tn try nml see what 1 can sin with Hint scar I'll do It, but oii are taking mi awful HOUSEWIFE BECOMES NEW WOMAN. CHA9.G. R. II. srr.iir m, UIDJir, IIAHRI. rri.ei "ssV il. ice Over the Top By An American Soldier Who Went ARTHUR GUY EHPEY Mtchtnt Cuntitt Stltlnf In Fltnf II tin' nti:ht rulslsT wniitil (m nml 1 omlil civs' til in i.ur timiiiI kIciiiiI ." whl. h ws'iilil hrlni: him nf "l tn ths' rs"MMis Kwry Imlf lniur I inulil hi'iir His iisMk In Hi' illhii;' etrlks'. nt'h utrnks l.rl ril nir forth u niullliil Milli'.v of surds' on tin- - miin who hml ilUK the Wl'll. o.r assr-sr- ) lUonrtsH. un, si ('oiiMnuvtl from Inst week. anr fcARDS.l i704 Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Oinco at Italney Livery Stalile. Lunrnster. Kcntuckv J. A. Beazlev hllNCRAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank, Hen.lenCf I'lianc :i. OII'.ch I'lmtie 27 I.ANPASTKU. KY. Aflsr tnsi hniiM I h.'iiril two nun t.ilkUic In low inii's'i. I rf'ssgulzs'il I'nriMiral C'smk, mi Hnlt'iit "nlclil nihl n my "el.n-.sit." lis- rnins. 1 ths iilcs of thi hols'. I ex-my prislls-iinslut nml inulil n hit nt si lmMTtlnsnl rs'iiuirkis. whhh at Hi llins' 1 sllil m.t ri'it'iit. I una ssnn tl out. Taking off our Isnsit, u r trn en k t'i! Lnlo ILh wiinl. I wn Klttlnc on my hs'il In the ilnrk, Just atnrtlUs; tn unilreM, whi'n tin" tnnn ni'it tsi mi'. "Hlnp'r" l'hllllp. whli.'riil. It. Ynnk. Vr oitiiea the matron." I Imini'sllnti'ly gut unilsT tlis covers nml fi'liciisil sleep, Ths mntron atiMnl talking In low tones tn tin. night nuri-- f nml I fell HMlei'p. When I awoke In the morning th night lter, an Amerlrmi, wn lis'nillng over me. All awful eight met my eyei. The rsiierlet on the l anil tlii uheets were a mils' of mini anil green alluie. She u a go. is I irt nil right, nml s hustleil In get clean clothe nml mi Hint ni one would gs't wli, hut "sin her own" he gaie me n gsK tongue IriHhlng but ills! not report mi'. One of the I'minillmi In Hie wnril iIi'mtIIk-s- I her a being "a Jake of n gosn "'i .Volt lUIHng iluy I hml nn awful explaining tn my iltnr why I hail not met her at Hie nppoiuteil'tiuie ami place. Ami for ii week every Hins I pnM' a pnllent ln wnuhl cull, "Well, well, J. here's the Yank. Hope jmi lire fes'h lug well, ohl top." The surgeon In our wnnl wn nn American, a Harvard unit mini, tuiiiii il rr.it. We nlekmimed him "Jack Kentucky. Krovt," lie wa hived by all. If u Lick, Toiiiuiy uan to he cut up he bad no tsi the operiitlon If "Jack I'mM" win to wield the knife. I'hi'lr confidence In him wax piithelle. He was the beet airt I have eer met. One Siilurday morning Hie CNnimaiid-nn- t VETERINARIAN. und aoine "high up" oillcera were Day or Inspecting Hie ward, when one of the Promptly Calls Answered pntlenta who had been wounded In the Night. I'hone 317. heail by ii bit of shrapnel, fell on the KENTUCKY. HiMir In u 111. They brought him round, LANCASTER, and then l.ssikesl for the ward orderly In carry the patient buck to hi bed it Hie oilier end of Hit ward. The or dcrly win nowhere to be found like our pollcciiii'ii, they neur are when needed. The nlllccM were nt a loss how In get Palmer lnlo hit bed. DocFine Cut Flowers. tor l'roit wan fidgeting around In a lien hum mnmier, when .suddenly with John M. McRoberts. n mullled "d n" and n few oilier qualifying udjecllri'8, ho Hooped down nml took the man In lili iirmi like a buly he wan nu feather, cither nnd W. A. WHEELER Muggeresl down Hie ward Willi him, put lilm In bed nml undreaxed Win. A low DENTIST murmur of upproiul cume from the paKKNTllCKY. tients. Doctor Frost got very red, and LANCASTKIt. mi noon us ho hud finished undressing Olllce over Slortn-- s Drill Stor. rainier, hurriedly left the wnrd. The wuuud In my face, had almost Hours 8 12 a.m. I I p.m. 7:3M).m. healed und I was a horrible-lookinlight the left cheek twisted Into a BOOKKEEPING knot, the eye pulled dona, and my BiiilHW,PhoBoariphy mouth pointing In a north by northTYPEWRITING and west direction, I was very dowuheurt' TFI PfiRAPHY nl and could Imagine myself durlnt my life being shunned by the rest of I m.r..M... all ou accouut of the repulsive tear Ie ITMlil.nl bet reereei esp.ri.ee eilarslls es yssr td aeektn busts.. slo ....., aWEBLr vs Doctor Frost arranged for me to go fur 'w, UXCaWILHlH B. IMUTH.Leileilea.Kri ta the Cambridge Military hospital it Huie M. PATRICK, Paint Or. Printus Walker Honaker y. "All of our best doctors had (liven, I v a unable to leave my I me up." bed for 111 weeks nml wn yellow us n beside., pumpkin, the terrible rtnmnch pnin I lUlTcrcd. Our dru.sf-A nCOULADLT INCORPORATIO INSTITUTION OI LEARNINO gist ndvicd my husband to try NortliofPo-.tofr.e- e LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY MnyrV Wonderful tlemedy nnd it 321 GUTHRIE STREET, luii rnveil my life. I am n new wo: Trains young men nnd women for Business or Civil Service All Who desire to qualify for either or both lines of now." It is a simple, harmless positions. preparation that removes the catar- employment should write for full information at once. rhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the Inllammationn which I a causes practically all stomach, liver srvr"..-s- vr i- -i "Si vrr. ..rrrrj nml intestinal ailment, including ll.l I1CS'." appendicitis. One iloe will convince 1 answered: "Will, doctor. Klevs" r.roslle tsMik ii bunco; he hall from or money refunded. R. E. McKoherts. Ni'iv ssrk mid so do I," Two day nfler the undertaker CARTERS VI LLE. i'ini cnrrls-s- l ins to His ops'rnllng nn or "picture," a we calls'sl llieiu m'i iiti'.s' of Iho funny lilm we see tin Mr. l.ucinn Conn is very ill at this r ether, mid the operation wa per. writing I'rnistl, It wn n wonderful piece ol ; Miss Myrtle Carter and Mis Lena lloltnn, visited Mr. nml Mrs. John Ollice Plume 18. Residence I'hone 33. hist week. Mr and Mrs. Felix I'ennington . nml Mrs. ('. S. Koop nnd daughter. Cora, visitesl Mr. nnd Mrs J. T. Daw4 son, of Kirksville, last Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Davis nnd Mrs. Susie , lienfro, viited Mrs. Kliui Creech, of Wnllaceton, Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Carter nnd II ICZZ1C 3 children visited relatives in llerea.j U t"rr-Inst S'nturdav and Sunilav MrS Willie Bryant and children, visited her brother, Mr. Andy Conn and family, last Sunday. Vr and Mrs. H. Davis nre reioic ing over the arrival of a line boy. Mrs (i. K. (inboard of Wnllaceton and Mrs. Fannie Ilrockmnn, of I'nris re- Crossing, Indiana, visited .Mr. nnd Mrs I). I, Cahbaril, last Wednesday, Mrs. Klixn Conn visited her son, fit Cl.iv Conn and flmily, last SunI Mr in day I Highest market Wanted. Itye price. Hudson, Hughes A. Farnau. Miss Amanda Anderson and Miss Bum191S l.enn.'i Hollon of the Cartersville rchnol viited her mother, Mrs. J. D. 1914 Buick Carter, Inst Monday. Mr. Jetr Davis nnd daughter, Susie 1916 $350. visited friends and relatives of near Sun-ilullroadhead, last Saturday and The Author Juit Before Leaving fori Home. (Snbbard visited urgsry and a mnnelou succe. Mr. and Mrs Earnest Frniu now- on that doctor can have my relatives in Keren, last Saturday and Sunday. shirt. More than once some ioor sohlisT Quite a number from here attendL. B. CONN, Proprietor. lui bs's'ii brought Into the ward In a ed the funeral of Miss Minnie Calico, Danville, Kentucky. Walnut Street. sl lug I'siudlilnii. resulting from loss of' who was buried at Manse, last IiIoimI and exhaustion caused by his I K IE IE 3 31 long Journey from the trenclie. Aftef ' an s'xaiulnatlsin the doctor announce Hint the only thing I hut will save lilm I a transfusion of hhssid. Where I1 the blood to come from? He doe not! a-! ev hale to wall long for an answer eral Tnmiuls's Immediately volunteer To grt quick relief take Dr. Kings their lilosnl for their mate. Three or' New Diwrovery. Used 50 years. Checks four are accepted, n blood test Is the cold. Stops the cough. Try it. Sold by all druggists mnili', Hml next day the transfusion' take place ami there Is auoller pale, flics' In thi' wnrd. All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the Whi'tieier bsuis' Is neesled for some First and Second Issue with this bank, and who spi'dul siperutlon, there are aluayii men willing to glie Mime a leg If! want the same converted into bonds bearing to save some mmigled mate' 4 1-- 4 per cent interest will please notify us as from being crippled for life. More t tin u one man will go through life with soon as possible so that we may arrange for another man's blood running through' Respectfully, the conversion. hi vs'lns, or a piece of his rib or bis Tbe Evil f Conttipition shlutMiiie In his own anatomy. mm,., ' Leaving W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. waste mAtcrial in the body times he neier ei en knows the name uf isiisons the svstem and blool and Ids in iis'fai tor. nukes you liable to sick headaches, The spirit of eucrltlcc Is wonderful. biliousness, nervousness and muddy Lin. Try Dr. Kjng's New Life Pills. Fsir nil the suffering cuu.i'd this war OF LANCASTER. KY. 1'rompt relief, At all druggists. I a bleeslng tn Knglaud It ha made new men of her son; has welded nil Into one glorious whole. lias Ami I run'! help snjitig that the doctors, sisters, and uurees In the English hospitals, are nngi'ls on earth. I low them nil and can neier rs'pay the care mid kindness shown to me. For the rest of my life the lied Cross will be to me the sjmhol of Faith, Hope and Charity: After four mouth In the hospltul, I wiut before an examining board und was (11m barged from the sen Ice of hi llrllaunk. majesty us "physically unlit for further war urilce." After my discharge I engaged passage on Hie American liner New York, 1-- 2 NO. mid nfter u stormy trip ncros the Atlantic one tuoinenious day, In the haze of early dawn, 1 euw the stutue of looming oier Ihe mrt rull, nnd I wondered If eier iignln 1 would go , "oier the top with the best of luck mid glie Diem hell." And ei in thin, though It may seem strange, 1 was really sorry not to he buck In the trenches with tny mates. War Is not u pink teu, hut In n worthwhile cuuse like ours, mud, ruts, cooties, shells, wound, or dculh Itself, are fur outweighed by the deep sense of satisfaction felt by the limn who docx Ids hit. There Is one thing which my experience tuught me that might help the boy who may have to go. It Is this anticipation Is far worse than realization. In dill life u mini tstiit.il In awe of Hits tuuu ubove him, wonders how he could ever till his Job. When the lime comes he rises to the occasion. Is up und ut II, and Is surprised to Und how much more easily than he anticipated he tills bis responsibilities. It Is really so "out there." He bus nerve for Hie hardships; the Interest of the work grips lilm ; he tlndi relief In the fun and comrudeshlp of I the trenches and wins that best sort of happiness that comes with duty well done. TUB END. Conwiercial School W. 9. RI6NEY. Director and Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. CIS Lancaster, nrnnini nnroT n Battery Service Station All makes of Storage .Batteries paired, and charged. any make of car New Batteries to stock. Send us your now carried Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. Dodge, Extra Tire and New per, $950.00 Overland extra Tire, starter One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. extra Tire Starter,$500.00 The Danville Buick Go SI Sir e NOTICE r for Coughs sCoIds Citizens National Bank I NO BREAKING OUR 14 BALE TIES AS THEY ARE THE BEST A Good Supply bought right and will be sold at a Bargain Hay Baler Men are asked to call and see us before engaging their supply. Hervey & Woods PAINT LICK, KY. I The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15 1918. could hear from you but could not. age and have n lieutenant's commisHis body Is buried here at Piggott, sion in the United Stntes army. We gave him n nice chrisHut he wants to fight for I'ncle Arkansas, incorporated, Sam now. tian burial, A number of ladies of COLUMN $1.50 a tear. .1 sued Weekly. So yesterday he applied at the the Hed Cross attending and als.i n v United States marine corps recruit- number of the best citizens of our J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. r. r- nrjkWiKinK.i'. ing station, Fourth and Main streets, town. The funeral ceremony " was for enlistment as a private in the conducted by the Methodist minister R.L. KLKIN. Local Editor nnii Miir. world's most famous military organ- of this place nnd took place at three SOLDIERS OF FREEDOM. He passed the physical ex- o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, Augusi ization. Inle red at Ihe I'ott Offlcc In lancaiter. Ky. They veiled their souls with laughter amination and will leave in nfew (1th. at Second rim Mull Mailer And many a mocking; pose. I want to assure you that I speak days for Kansas City, where he will There lads who follow nfter be given the final examination pre- the sentiment of the whole town in Member Kentucky I'rens Association Wherever Freedom goes; paratory to beginning training nt extending to you nnd your family and These lads we use to censure Paris Island, S. C, where the noted the heart felt sympathy for you In Eighth District Publishers League. For levity and ease, "devil dogs" are given a ten weeks' this hour of bereavement nnd trouble. On Freedom's high adventure, course of intensive work before go- While your son died nmong strangers Go shining overseas. ing overseas. Rates For Political Amiouiicenients they were all his friends and every Williams is 19 years of age. Ik-ha-s thing was done that could be done For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 Our springing tears adore them, had two years in the Kentucky under the circumstance. In any 10.00 These boys at school nnd play, 'or County Offices Military institute nnd successfully way that 1 can serve you, command d 15.00 years before them, Cor State and District Office 1 went through the course in the me for uncertainly at your service. 10 Alas! but yesterday; For Calls, per line Yours very tenderly, Officers' training school, com10 Divine with sudden sulcndor For Canli, per line ing out with a high grade that will Arthur Sliced, Oh, how our eyes were blind; For all publications in the interentitle him to n commission in the Chairman of Local Hoard. In careless est of individuals or expresarmy when he is 21 years of age. sion of individual views, per They battle for mankind. The following letter from the Hed He is one of the best drilled and 30 line Soldiers of Freedom! Gleaming most efficient military men of his Cross at Piggott has also been re 05 Obituaries, per line And golden they depart. age in the United Suites, having won ceived by the family and given them Transfigured by the dreaming honors in several competitions. He 'much encouragement, knowing that burial of the body was m charge of Of boyhood's hidden heart. is n football player d and Lancaster, Ky., August 15, 1918 j this splendid organization. The Her lovers they confess them athlete And rushing on her foes. Judge Williams, his father, is n following from the secretary of the is much cherished by the Toss her their youth God bless them law partner of State Senator, It. L. chapter As lightly as u lose. Davidson, and will accompany the family and their friends throughout the county: Kntherine I.ec Hates, young man to Kansas City to see OUR NATIONAL In the Ketinue and other poems. that he is started right on the road AMERICAN RED CROSS to France, fame anil glory. Piggott, Arkansas. Messrs Dillard Simpson and IloPis August 7th. 1 1 8. Wearren are up this week from Tamp To the .Mother Father und Family of REATIIER LONG Taylor, spending a few days with the Uether Long. British Get Two Pounds a Month. home folks. The Central Record rUirUrUrUrUrUrUP-fJiIUrJfliP- 4 S. 2 KHAKI I rm SHARE SUGAR and yet the place seems like home to all, because we were mighty tiro.! of traveling. After nlmost (censured! of life on the sea, we landed safely in England, where we rested up for one day and then we traveled by train across England to a large port and then crossed on u large sleamer.lhe EngWhen we lish Channel, to France reached France we rested one more day nnd then got n rule on freight cars across France to our new home. The whole trip was very tiresome, yet the trip m the freight train was the worst of all. We hnvrn't all been given work to do but wc expect to begin hauling war supplies to the lighting men in just a few days. The French people are very nice people, yet their ways of living arc very strange. The people do not have their farm homes scattered all over the country, but they live in small towns nnd the farms are nil around the little towns. The farms here are not large like those at home, but are very small. Their sizes are from Their cro acre to 2 acres in size.' are very geod for they get as much from one acre as we do from 10 acres Pennies garden crops the mum things grown are wheat, oats and hay. The) don't raise toluco or corn here. The land of both England and France is hilly. ct is very, very Almost all the buildings are made of stone and have either stone or tile Most of the fence, are made roof. of stone as wood is very scarce here. At this time I am well ami happy. I have a good bed in a stune building anil am getting three good meals earn day. So far army life has been very good. With love to you ami Aunt and my brothers and sisters. I am, Your loving son, Jasper. My address is Jasper Mathews, (20077841 Co.F., 112 Supply Trains. American Post Office 7C3. A. K. F. Uncic Cben. "I've noticed." n!d Uncle Flu n. 'Mat ile man dnt rinks de Ihwi inns' ever) time nln' de owner of de (mat." To De ot Real Wortn. It Is not enoiich n have earned our livelihood. . . . tl sniltc Itself should have been serviceable to man-kinIt. - Stevenson. Dut Most of Them Don't. "De more some nun talks," nl( Uncle F.ben, "do more )ou kispi thlnkln' how Intcrestln' dej'd be If de) .knew soniethln' wuth telllii'." i ORDINANCE. WITH THE ALLIES French Pound and Half, Italians One Pound. Drowned While Enroule to N. J. Camp. Ky. GERMAN SUPPLY PLENTIFUL John Gill Klnnaird his new quarters at and is now training section and says the . is pleased with Camp Omaha, in the balloon work is fine. Red Gross Sends Letter of Con- dolence. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dear Friends: am writing you first as a friend and then as an officer of the Piggott Hod Cross Chapter. Your boy is dead, this you already know, the saddest of news to you. I All Nations Permlt'llse of Sweetening for Hdme Preaervlna Purposes. tion enforced hy rigid governmental order In England, France and Italy, nations with which we are sharing sugar. Each Allied nation In the matter of sugar consumption Is sharing on near est possible Mual terms the hardships Imposed by greatly altered conditions In the world sugar situation. Formerly clawed as a luxury, sugar Is now n war time essential. The fair nnd Just division of this essential Is In the hands of the various Allied food controllers. The United States Food Admlnlstra tlon has asked this nation to observe a voluntary sugar ration of two pounds per person a month. In the other countries at war with Germany sugar Is one of the scarce articles on (ary menu whether In the households of both rich and poor. or In the hotels. England today has a sugar ration of two pounds per month ier jierson. In France the ration Is a pound nnd a half and In Italy It Is one pound a month. And the prices In allied coun tries arc from two to three times as high as In America. If you go to a hotel In England or France these days nnd order tea or coffee they serve absolutely no sugar with It, If you want sugar jou must bring It with you. In England It Is allowable to use of an ounce of sugar In the preparation of each luncheon. In France many persons carry little sac charine tnblets about with them for use In hotels and In Knglund rich and poor must take their sugar with them If they wish to have sweetened tea while visiting menus. Ileforn the war started France hail 025,000 acre devoted to sugar production. Ily 1917 the French sugar acreage had decreased to IMI.000 acres. Today the French man or woman with a sugar card has no assurance whatever that he or she will be able to uctually buy sugar. To buy It, one must first 11ml Private Tilden H. Parks, of the 28 received fuller particulars regardInfantry, was reverely wounded in ing the drowning of their son. Heather, mentioned of which was made in Araerlcn's new sucar ration of two action, July 20th. Mr. Parks is a The Chair- pounds a month per person It eqkjltn-M- grandson of Mr. Cyrus Daily anil had our issue of last week. when compared with the sugar ra- been in France, three months. c t- Friends here have received letters from Capt. Virgil Kinnaird announcing his safe arrival at Southampton, England. Capt. Kinnaird together with Itobt. Tomlinson and Charlie Adams are with the Harrow Unit. Cards have been received from Hilly Miller, telling of his pleasant voyage overseas and the wonderful sights he has seen. His cards were mailed from Winchester, England. Hilly is in the M. C. Co. of the 51st. Inf. . from unofficial sources thatCapt. W. L. Carman has been pro Major and is now safely moted to oversea nnd enjoying the best of health. The genial Major has had two promotions since his enlistment into the service about one year ago. He is with 304 Engineers, Mrs. Mary Collett, who lives on We learn Stanford, Floute No. 4, has just re ceived a letter from her son, George written July 20th, in which he states that he was wounded and gassed in George left the front line trenches. here in the early spring and has recently been promoted to a Sergeant He writes an interesting letter which we gladly publish: It. Italy Hat "State Sugar." Especially drastic regulations govern tho use of sugar In Italy. Its manufacture, distribution and sale are closely controlled, nnd In part actually taken over by the state. Saccharlno Is permitted to be sold and used as a substitute for sugar und the government manufactures a mixture of saccharine und sugar called "State Kugar," which Is largely used. German Sugar Ration Adequate. Germauy, before the war, produced a great surplus of sugar and exported largo quantities. Today the Germans have virtually gone out of tho export business, but have plenty of iheap augur for homo use. Wholesale prices prevalent In the Allied nations, according to Information received by the United States Food Administration arc as follows: England, 10 cents a pound; France, 12 cents: Italy, 20 cents. While these high prices are being paid abroad tho American wholesale price. Is being held ut t'A cents. Elephant Most July 20th, 1918. Dear Mother: I guess you think I have forgot ten you, but such is not the case. I have been up on the front and if you will read the papers you can soon find out what we have been doing. I am in the Hospital now slightly I also was gassed, but am wounded. getting along quite well considering every thing. Don't worry aboutme Mother, I am receiving the very best of care and have good nurses and plenty to 'eat. 1 will soon be on my feet again, ready to do my part. Have you received any of my let ters? I haven't had n single line from any one yet and inn very anx ious to hear from you nil. Oh! this is a lovely place where I am now. I don't want for anything nnd my nurse is just like a sister to me. Say Mama, give my love to all und write me a long letter. I will close as I don't feel much like writing today. Mother did you ever get my insurunce papers? If not, write me about them. I remain your loving son. Address me. Sergeant George M. Collett, Haw Hospital. No. 30. A. P. O. 723. American K. F. Via New York City. Another Garrard County product has made good in the military field. He is Woodruff Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams of Tulsa, Okla., but better known here where the young man was born not many years ago. We clip the following from the Tulsa Daily World: Military Student Gelt Into "Devil Dog" Corps. Woodruff Irvine Williams, son of W. I. Williams of Tulsa, one of Okla homa's most prominent attorneys, couldn't wait until he is 21 ycarc of Useful. a Parrots are plu)ful, but eaglets and no one bus ever been able successfully to tume an eagle. Among sea iniunuials, seal are very plujful, sea lions are not, and trained seals lire among the cleverest performers of Of the larger the .vaudeville stage. animals, the elephant alone possesses playful character In joulli, and thus, while the rhinoceros und hlpiiopotu-mil- s cun only lie seen from the safe side of strong barred cages, the con be utilized for n thousund purposes, from that of a derrick tu a nursemaid. Long have While he was drowned he died as much n soldier as if he had died on the battle fields of France He hail ansvvereil his countrys call and was doing his duty and we honor him. N'o doubt by now you know the particulars as will be sent you by the Hoard here. I just want to tell vou the things that I know loved ones want to know Sunday, as ou know was extreme ly hot These troop trains carrying tevernl hundred soldiers stopped at St Francis, a station a few miles above here to give the buys a swim. Your boy was mising when the boys lined up for the train and his clothes were found on the banks of the river, the bod) was not recovered until late Monday evening The Red Cross there looked after the remains under the instructions of the Local Hoard here and was kept as long as possible There were arrangements made there for services at the Methodist church and this being Piggott Chapter headquarters, we were asked to comi', but the Hoard, (this the Local Exemption Hoard) decided as we were nearer Hoard at Pig- the railroad and the Hoard here, that man of the Selective has written the follow-ingott, Ark., We arhe be brought to Piggott. particulars: ranged then for services here, Itev. LOCAL BOARD FOR CLAY CO. McClure of the Methodist church conPiggott, Ark., Aug 7th, 1918. ducting the services. There were beautiful flowers from the Hed Cross Mr M. I). Long, Iincnstcr, Ky Dear Sir: As stated in my tele- Ladies at St. Frances ami we got gram of today will write you in do-ta- il many pretty ones here from loving I was present at the serof the death and burial of your mothers. vice with other women. We did son, Heather Long. On Sunday, August 4th, Cotton fir your boy what we should have you licit special troop train Number 255 do for ours. He was buried Tuesday "Old Glory" was draped arrived at St. Francis, Arkansas, at nfternon. 5:25 P. M., and stopped for troops to over the casket and flowers too, ami take bath in the St. Francis river. many prayers were uttered for you When troops entrained to leave St. who did not know. .May God llless Francis, Heather Long was missing You. The lady at St. Francis will write from hts coach and they thinking he had gotten in anothercoach went on you also. I am to send your address to Campbell, Mo., the next stop on to her. 1 asked that 1 might have the the way they checked up and your address as soon as received and found that he was not on the train. Mr. Snced brought me the telegram At Campbell two officers got off and tu read. The identification tag wuru around came back to St. Francis to look for him but failed to find him and reach the neck was removed, this 1 held in ed the conclusion that he hail drown my hand, the name "Hether Long" and some numbers were all that was ed in the river. Someone suggested that They left word with the Postmaster on them. at St. Francis, that if they found the this was u policy number, but don't body tu turn it over to the Local know about thut, the tag was kept Hoard at this place. At about four by Mr. Sneed. Now iftherc is any questions you o'clock Monday evening August 5th the citizens of St. Francis found his should liku tu nsk me, write and ask I shall be so glad to hear body in the river and immediately them. called me over the phone and I noti anything concerning your boy or give Tied the Coroner ami an inquest was you any information I cun. y These ure dark days, days of tragheld over his body about Monday evening, and the verdict of edy. There is only one to whom we the Jury was that ho came to his may go and Ho is u present need in every trouble. God alone inn com death by accidentia) drowning. Sincerely, I immediately wired the Adjutant fort you. (Mrs.) Luru Drown, General of the state of Arkansas nil Sect)-.- , of Hed Cross, Piggott, Ark. the particulars in the case nnd asked him to wire instructions and he in A letter from his son, Jasper Mathturn took the matter up with the commanding officer at Camp Heau- - ews, has just been received by his regard, I.a and about 8:30 P. M futher, Silas Mathews, giving an inAugust Cth, I received word from tho teresting account of his trip overseas. commanding officer ut Camp Hcuure-garJasper is delighted with his work La., to hold the body another and the treatment he is receiving day that he hud wired you as to what over there. His letter will be read disposition to make of it. eagerly by his friends buck home, in The body was in bad condition which he says: when found und as Boon as the inLocated in France, quest was held, I had un undertaker Thursday, July 18th, 1918. to come and embalm it or try to em- Dear Father:- -I have been in France balm it but the conditions were such about one week. The most of the that he could not make a success of it time has been spent in traveling. Wc and by Tuesduy morning the condi- think that we are now located for tions were such thut we were forced good in a fine Camp which is quite to put it away. We did all that we a lung distance from the war front. could to preserve the body until we We have been here only three days Maybe He Wat. "So the doctor Is going to opera!' mi )ou tomorrow V "Yes," said lb' financier, "nnd he looks ns happy n II he were going to cut n melon." Judge: Logic. "It seems to me," said I he nlumst philosopher, "that the fillow who It constantly losing his temper would have sense enough to quit hiiallntf II up every time." One Reason. The reason some men are so cure less s because they know they car get away with It by merely sayln, "Excuse me." j Reviewing a Kindness. If )ou have done a kind Ihlnc do not spoil It by talking too uniih about It. The people who are all the time drawing attention to their kindness ami generosity, and the snirlflces they have made, are not the ones who can ciiect the most sincere gratitude. Oil Cleans Wood. A small quantity of olive oil applied to a wet cloth from whlfli most of tht water bus been w rune, furnishes mi ex eellent cleanser for fine wood The sur face of the furniture should be rublasl with the r loth and then dried thorough ly with a soft, dry rag. De Soto's Error. May 21 Is the anniversary of the inmiing or reruiiiaml ile Soto In Florida In 1K10. Ile thought he was on the lull Ii to n folded foiioi.ilo i,r ).,.... Ing In which he could regain his lost yoiiin. instenil he round only morusscs and Impassable swamps. An ordinance tu prohibit the shipment nnd delivery of intoxicating Liquors, in the City of Uincnstcr, Garrard county, Kentucky, ami prohibiting any person In said territory, from receiving such Liquors and pro vidtng punishment therefor. The City Council of the City of Lancaster, do ordain as follows:-- That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, Individual or corporation, public or private carrier to bring into, transfer to other person, or persons, corporation cifrrler or agent, deliver or distribute. In the City of (.anmstcr any spirituous vinous malt or other intoxicating liq uor. That any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provis ions of this ordinance shall, upon con vtction thereof, be fined in any sum of not less tlmn 50.00 nor more than $100.00 and imprisoned In the Coun ty Jail for not less than 111 days, nor This ordinance more than 50 days shall be in nffect on and after Its pas sage and publication An ordinance to regulate the Light ing of Motofcieles and Motor Vehicles, when running or standing with in the limits of the City of Uincasfrr. and providing punishment therefor. The City Council of the City of jinca.ti'r. do ordain ns follows: Every Motor Vehicle, when sta tionar). standing or at rest while on the Public Square, or on any street or alley of the Cit) of Ijincnster, Gar rnrd County. Kentucky, shall carry, during the period, one liour after sun sun rise, and set, to one hour nt such other times as ntmosphcnr conditions renders the operation of such vehicles on such Public Square on any of the streets or alleys of said without reason City of able diminution, dangerous to traffic motorcicles nt least one and nil other motor vehicles at least two lighted kirna, showing white or tintesl light visible at least 200 fet, in the direc lion such vehicle i headed and at least 10 feet to both sides thereof Every Motor Vehicle shall whilst turns; operated or when slalionar). rUndmt: or nt rest on any public square, alley or street of sold t'it during the period mentioned, carr at least one lighted lamp showing a red light visible from the rear, ami which throws u white linht of suffi cieiit force on the rear license or re gistratloumarker us to render; the numerate thereon visible, for at least 50 feet from the rear of the vehicle Every Motor vehicle operated on the Public Square any street or alle of the City of Uincaster during the lcriod above mentioned Motorcicles at least one and other motor Vehicles at least two lighted lamps, showing while or tinted other than red lights of sufficient force to clearly revest under ordinary atmospheric condit ions sulwtnntinl objects ut least 2110 feet aheadof said vehicle, provided that all lights of a greater strength than four candle power which are equipped with a reflector shall be so desitfned and arranged or deflect ed as to prevent any portion of the main shaft or beam of clear conden sed light at any point within 75 feel ahead of said vehicle to rise piore than 42 inches above the surface on which said vehicle rests. Any and all persons violating any of the provisions of this ordinance upon conviction shall be fined in any sum not less than $50.00 nne more than $25.00 for inch offense. This ordinance shall be in effect on and after its passage anil publlia lion ill V1 GRAINING PROCESS The Grilninf. Process it dc.ri snd a'l flit luilicti adap":.l rj lurJ.;J finnh Com at. ut 2f a square fcst, ran') applied and dries quickly; wathablr and ..If. in.lt Sur.Mt lwit I. a 1 kl S.k.I ..isi.S (nan..: t,ir.t, lorfl'-c-rj- mm ci 4fS ' . hhlih tar KOIS. ff.tltlalix IBB SU. f& . .s.ni-Namci5torc A a Dead Locusts Valuable, Loeuts are plentiful In Uruguay nail (he farmers of that republic are louipelled In keep up a constant war against them. Millions of these destructive Insects are killed every )ear Recently It was learned that soup, fertilizer and lubricating nil may be obtained from (he dead locu, nml In (he future they will be utilized for Hint purpose. Popular Science Monthly. Violin Resin. d I Hf wl) ir.tfc to Is II. Is in 5 niaauialr.a ill s.m.1 atoaatlt at. (unhurt ki w,r irai... null, a nimbi it Is a lu .1 'i gia.a a.11 .a and- .aliabla mfi.hu jiac Tht Oh.u Valli!l C. ,Cl...i.a4 .Uat. Ir.l.t In tm lot AAA We have proven i droll cooled on a niece of r proper consistency. During the boil ing coin water must lie added from tlmo to lime. When nilllclenlly thUk pour Into cold wuter; knead well, ami when cold break Into pieces. Excise lo sun until drr und trunsimrHni se lect the best clear bruw II limit It In u clean basin, to nearly u boll, nun ii win clear It of turpentine, or other volatile oils. Pour lu juper molds. For violin resin, boll down Venice fyintlbyvarniihrs. iiiamrja a.id othtr mil turpentine with a little water until a convinced,actual ten, decideat we nuut I Iwloie we in liar lie any the eicellencc of Chi. article, that it limit alfoid our cuituintu the utnwit value la tervice for llicil money, We can quickly teach you to grain yoj rloora and rrfintih yQUr furniture at home eanly permanently, and cheaply vtilh coloits lata. il CsUr lat Kewtt. Vuai.h.e uofh but. a4 ,i ,. laial- '! Osld and Alumiaum Iiaa.it, biu-- .t tais-- McRobcrts Drug Store. 9 The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15. 1918. Walter A, Wood Mower $65, Mailable Kid-In- Range $85. Cast Ranges S50. , 5 ond 10 Disc Wheat Drills and Harrows, Oliver g and Walking Plows, the best thats made. Five ton iMtlers Scales. Depot Carriage Cheap. American Fence j Gossip About People A Brief vv? Mention of (he Comlntti r.d .' . .! ..J t uoingi uy inotc hi Arc ;nicrciicu 1.1. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. Mist Mnrgarie Fox, Is the hoauti-fu- l visitor of Miss Mnry May Walker. Mr and Mrs. J. V. Crcch. of Richmond, spent Inst Sunday in Lnncns-tcr- . Miss Allie Russell Fish, of Stanford is tin1 guest of Miss Mary Lee Lear. jgO- - VI. S. HATFIEbD, j .u I Miss Virgio Bourne and Mr Bradley Bourne went to Lexington, last Saturday. Dentist. Residence Mrs Carlton Klkin ami daughter, Kimlj Anne, returned from a visit to Liberty. Miss Joan Mount anil her house In Danville, Wed-- i party spent the day nesday t - T l;(inctistcr, j - Miss Stella Sanders left Sunday for Louisville to complete her business coune Mr. nnd Mrs. (I. M. Lyons mid Miss Minerva Cox motored to Frankfort - LET US - last Monday. Tenn Miss Rebecca Williams, of llllristol , is the guest of her father, Mr. LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. John Williams. Mr Henry Moore is in Taint Lick, 'vnttinir his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs It. C. Ilnian. Mrs Fred P. Frisbie returnc home last Tuesday after a pleaant isit to Louisville. is Mis George Strong of Cincinnati the attractive L'Uest of Misses Helyn and Martha Gill. Mrs. Handolph Harris has return ed from a visit to her mother, Mrs (irinsteail. at Stanford. 4 Mr and Mrs. Tom Slavm have re turned home after several weeks vis it to Jlattle Creek, Michigan. Itev. and Mrs. II. S. Hudson motored to Fleniingshurg last Saturday for a weeks stay with relatives. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. Mr. William Rousseau, of Pheonix , has joined his wifeat the home of Mr and Mrs. T. C. Itankin. Aru Miss Kathleen Walter was a visi tor in the city of Louisville this week the guest of Mrs. II. K. Garrett. I PARIS GREEN 6 ft Miss Georgia Moore, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charley Moore, is vis iting Mrs. Frank Ward at London. Mr and Mrs. Sam llaselden and sons, J It. and Duncan, werevisitors in Louisville, the first of the week Miss Janie Williams was called to London l.i't wek on account of the death of her uncle, Mr. A. .1. Yaden. Miss WIRE FENCE i FRESH FISH ill (!) (!) Walter of Tom Whcrritt. Ky., hnve returned home nftcr Miss Jennie lllgglns has returned a visit to their daughter, Dr. nnd Mrs. to her home nnd taken up her duties. M. S. Hatfield. after n vis.lt at Siloam Springs, Ark., Mr. Dave itoss, Mrs. Sallie Ijiwson where she visited her cousins Miscs nnd visitor, Miss Kthyl Drown nnd Donnelly and Mr. II. M. Donnelly, of Miss Ilelyn Gulley, spent Wednesday Illackwell, Okla., who were spending in Frankfort. the summer at this fnmous resort. Higgins also visited her uncle, Miss Lucy Doty has returned to Mirs Lexington after a weeks stay with Mr. J..L. Itoyston, in St. Louis, Mo. her father, Mr. Jes.se Doty and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price motored Miss Km nm Doty. to Crab Orchard Spring! on last Frito their guest, Hon. George Mason, of Chicago, day, complimentary Mrs. William Hnncock I'owcll. Those arrived in the city Tuesday and is in the party were Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. the guest of Mrs. William Mason, on Price, Mrs. William Hancock I'owcll, Stanford stret. .Mrs Henry Lloyd and Henry Lloyd, Mr. nnd Mrs K. M. Wa.ker of Jr. Ky., are here for several days Mis. William Hancci' Powell, afvisit to their parents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. ter a visit to her cousin, Mrs. T. J. A. K. Walker. Price, left Saturday for So Irl n, Mo., Mr. ami Mrs. George Harris of and mroutc home will r.t,j for the Atlanta, were with their parents. week mil at the Scclbnch in Loit's-villto visit her young on, David Judge and Mrs. K. W. Harris for n II. Powell, who is in the Officers few days last week. Training Class at Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Bourne, of Lexington will arrive Saturday to Quite u number of informal social he the guests of their parents, Mr affairs have ben given Miss Georgia Strong, of Cincinnati, during the mid Mrs. J. II. Bourne. pnt week. Among them a beautiful Miss Jessie Ilcngle has been the atdinner on Friday evening by Mrs. tractive guest of Miss Carrie Hell Frank Marksbury; Saturday evening Unmans. She returned to her home Miss Helen Gill entertained her guest at Georgetown last Saturday. at a knitting party; Monday evening Spindle entertained Mr. and Mrs. Coy S. Sanders and Mrs. Huckner Mrs. Mary I.utz, motored to Louis- for her with a beautiful porch party ville last Sunday, and called on rela- and Tuesday evening the Misses Doty entertained delightfully in her honor, tives anil friends at Camp Taylor. which closed this round of sotial M. Mount, Mrs. Shelby gatherings as this popular visitor fre-Mrs. John Allen, Mrs. Thos. M. Wilson and turned to her home Wednesday. Miss Joan Mount were visitors in Klizaheth Gibhs gave a beauti- Stanford and Danville this week. ful party on Tuesday to Miss Jean-MrKthel Darnold who has been etta Kldridge, the charming bride teaching in the I), nnd I), school at elect. In the receiving line with Winnepeg. Canada, has arrived for Misses Gihbs and Kldridge, were a visit to her father. Mr. W. T. West. Misses Anna lielle Iluriifide. Kliza-Mr" Kldridge and Mary May Walker, J. Klhert Smith, son and daugh-- , ter. Miss Ma'rgaret and Mr. Forest,"11 beautifully gowned. The house ns Pettily decorated for the oc- .Smith, of Jelhco. Ten., are visiting Tne ,limnK room whcre ,lc- Mrs. S. A. Walker, on Hichmond, st. 'ilsionllicious refreshment were served, was Mr. and Mrs" Joe Hohinton and artistically snap with decorated Mr. and Mrs. Hubert hlkin and Mrs. dragons, the center piece of the McHobcrts. motored to Gra- - J,V being a large cut glass vase, fill- hnm Springs last Sunday for dinner, j v, with yellow snap dragons. About ... it'll lur il.UA-. - 'fifty guests responded to the invi- si. . .Ul. vietune iii,-- i itiiutri la i.i. t .in many were the good, Wash He tations and ington last Monday morning. showered upon the bride elect will be joined by his wife and daughmany the thanks to Miss Gibbs ter later at their home in Covington and for the pleasant afternon. Mrs. S. S. Vantis and Mrs. Hessie Dudderur, of Indianapolis, will arrive Hold Up Your Hesd. Friday and will be the guest qf Mrs. A pig's nn.p Is nearly always In th Ross Hastin nnd other relatives in the ground. county. The World In Beauty. Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and Now every field and every tree Is in Mrs Hatfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. bloom; the woods are now In full leaf, T. II. Walter, of Kavita, Ky., were nnd the year Is In Its hlshet beauty. in Cicinnati for several days the Virgil. past week. The Clcesome Theorist. Friends are congratulating Mr. "How do you know IlllsKlnss Is abLuther Gibbs upon his speedy recov- solutely Inejperleiiriil In ncrlenlttiri'?" ery after a serious operation at the "lie keeps talking about what a simple thing It Is to hnve a fine garden In Danville hospital. He is now your hack yard." at his home Mr. nnd Mrs T. II. Classified Column RATLSi Single insertions Ic n word No ml taken for less than 20c in this column. N'o ads in this column charged. Seven lncrtlons for the price of Ave. Phone orders must be paid promptly. .ItaaKJtMHXKKaKilUKStKKMUlfK u.w FOH SAI.K: Millet seed. 14 Hushck Cermnn J. K Hnbiniwn. FOH SALK: Several pieces of old fashioned furniture. Call this oiricc. foil particular:. cart in SALK Mirrow, .1 ft by t Call 2011 cr thh office fur A WANTKD: first-clas- s rubber tire break condition. Hobinson Cook. Mrs. Eliza Hill. ! FOR KENT My home on Maple nenue. FOR SALE: Roan yearling registered extra good shorthorn bull. Woods Walker, Paint Lick. Ky. car, FOR SALE: Five passenger Ford in good running order. Just painted. Geo. F. Hatcher, Ijincaster, Ky LOST: Ulack, white and tan dog and black, white and tan hitch. Both have collar, marked Woods Walker, Paint Lick, Ky. Reward. All persons having claims against the estate of Lucy HulTman, deceased, are hereby notified to present same at once, properly proven. Earnest Doty, Admr. FOR SALE: A handsome set of at ' this walnut furniture, W-iiture, and a hand M in good condition. olficc. furnurn cleaner. All antique Inquire .. MONEY "TO LOAN: On farm lands. Six per cent interest, long Money furtime and easy terms. II. G. Skilcs, nished promptly. Crab Orchard, Ky. Near Camp Dick Robitf-solast Monday, 34x4 Racine Cord automobile tire and rim. Liberal rewanl if returned to LOST: James House, Danville, Ky. n I am in the WHEAT WANTED: market to buy your wheat for J. W. Zaring and Co. Will give the best price and furnish all sacks. W. F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. . t! street. Mr. V. A. Lear has returned home Pantile Bishop has returned from a visit to his daughter; Mrs. home after a visit of several weeks Mac Wilkins, at Shelby, N. C. Mrs. with friends in adjoining counties, Lear and Mrs. Wilkins are expected here the last part of the week. Mrs Tom Daily, Mrs. James L. VanMiss Lizzie Foley were guests Mr. It. E. Hughes came up from tis and of Mrs. Henry Tuttle, last Tuesday. Iiuisville Sunday morning return ing Wednesday with his wife and Miss Liza I.unsford arrived from daughter, who have been visiting Mr. Cincinnati last Saturday and is with John Miller and family for the past her sister, Mrs. Jack Cox on Danvile month. Mr. and Mrs Hill Woods are the proud parents of a sweet little girl that arrived at their home August Fourth. Miss Tominie Francis has returned home after a months stay with her sister, Mrs. George llallew, at Rich moiid. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and .Miss Mattie Adams of Lexington, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. Why Deering Rakes Are Popular are points you want in a good rake: rake frame must be strong and solidly built. The wheels must stand the tors- HERE work easily nnd quickly nnd be handled easily. The rake teeth must be strong and resilient to work without breakage. Every one of these points is found on the Deering rake. Deering rake owners save trouble and temper. Ask any one of them. Made in sizes 6 feet to 12 feet. Buy a Deering p rake and get with it good rake service for years. self-dum- ional strains they will meet in the' field. The rnko must get all the hay. Hie dumping arrangement must Mrr. S. A. Walker and guests Mrs, I main J. P.lhcrt Smith and children, will Kogers, Garrard s ex- Jlr, peiid the week end in Louisville and county farm agent was in the city for a short while last Tuesday. .Mr. Frankfort. Rogers goes into the Officers TrainMiss Annie Margaret Klkin left Sat ing Camp at Camp Gordon, Septemurday for a visit to Misses AHhair ber 1st. He having recently passed Mattingly and Francis Ahell at I. eh- satisfactory examination nt Lex anon, Ky. ington. Miss Francis Ahell who has been Mrs. George Robinson left Wednes-la- y visiting Miss Annie Margaret Klkin for Lake Geneva, Wis., having returned to her home in I.ebanon, had the honor of being one of six d Indies chosen from Kentucky to the National Speakers Conven Dr. J. II. Patrick, the leading Den tal Surgeon of Paint Lick, was a tion, of the V. W. C. A. Later she visitor in our cljy, betwen trains last will speak throughout the state for this work. Tuesday. Wrong Use of Brains. "All some folks do wlf delr brains,' I have in stock one FOR SALE: Mid Uncle Klien, "Is to make bel leva iley's thlnkln' when dey's only Jes Silo 12x30, Clear Oregon Fir, one lonflu'." piece staves, capacity 80 tons, which I will sell at a great bargain. Drop me a card or call phone 11)9, StanMuch Tin In Austria. GcoIosMs hn climated that Aus- ford, Ky., at my expense. W. P. Kincaid. tria's llttltMlevelupcd tin deposit! foiild be made to supply nbout three-fourt307' acres of Blue of that country's needs of FOR SALE: metal. Grass land in Mercer county on the pike, between Buena Vista nnd Bur- Hon. William Jennings Price, of gin, this farm is the best bargain Must Win Victories. Danvile, was n guest of Jlr. and .Mrs, Victories that lire (heap, are cheap. in Mercer or Garrard county, at the Edgar Price for u rhort while last Those only are worth having which price asked. For particulars, call on Friday. He stopped for a few minutes come as the result of hard lighting. or write, J. R. Abuer, Buena Vista, in the city nnd was busy shaking lleecher. Ky. hands with the host of friends he has here. About FOR SALE OR TRADE: Emerson on War. War educates the senses, (alls Intr 500 acres of Knox County coal and Mr. Robert llrewer and son, Robert action the will, perfects the physical timber land; right on L. & N. RailJr., left Sunday for Louisville. Mrs. brings men Into llrewer and daughters, Josephine and Constitution, e collision In critical such road and State road., Has four housmo swift and clo-Julia Walker, will join him later for inents that mini measures mini. Emer es and can be divided to suit purchaser. For further particulars apply, to a short visit to .Mr. Ilrewer's relatives son. Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., before returning to. their home Route No. 1. Phono 337-CheWi, Okla. Nice. In WANTED Bids for the School House. Bids must be in by noonVugust 31st. Plans will be at thu and specifications County Clerks office. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. Saturday. Becker & Ballard. Phone 75. Bryantsvllle, Mr. Steve Huyden, of llarrodsburg Mr. Oneul Uroaddus of Chicago, arrived Sunday for a months visit Mr, Paul Williams, of New Castle und to his parents, Mr. und Mrs. Cronley Mr. Hurry Woods, of Louisville, were In the city yesterday udvertislng Uroaddus, the great Kentucky State Fair, Mrs. Hubert Hlanton nnd daughter, which promises to be the best one When Tin Decays. are guests for several weeks in the by far, ever held in the state. The most reiaarkiiblii example of (inotropic disintegration of metBls h home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. W.'C. Wherritt, of New Or- - perhnps that of tin. The InvestigaW. Elmore. leans, made us u flying visit lust tion has shown that the disease lan Mr, and Mrs. Currey Hobinson nnd Monday, arriving on the eleven train only occur In a temperature not 'X degrees Fahrenheit. Tin dnughtcr.of Nlcholasville were guests and returning at two o'clock. He reeding Inst week of their mother, Mrs. Mag. came for his son, William, who hus decay Is, therefore, most prevalent In cold climates. Ky. gie Robinson. spent the summer with Mr. and Mrs. "Some girls can't renin the straps the cars." "That's true. This The Mnry II. PresFOR SALE: morning I let u very nice Utile girl ton farm, on Kentucky river, near stand on my foot nnd hang onto my the mouth of Sugar Creek, containCourier-Journa- l. coat button." Louisville ing about 100 ncref. About 7!i acres fin good state of cultivation. $700 posts on or $800 worth of locust Old and Good Song. That very wilbknonn dllty. "For farm, also five room house, stock lie's n Jolly GimmI Fellow," Is the. re barn nnd three acre tobacco barn. U. G. Preston, Agent. mains of nil old rilsiitler's- sung of tho twelfth century. It has come down to us with many Mtrlntlnjia and InestiNOTICE mable verbal appendage. All persons having claims against Not a Bad Description. the estate of Mrs. Anne W. Hobin"I see where seven Frenihmen on son, deceased, will present same to trial In Purls for espionage claim they me properly proven at oncc.Thoso innro 'Journalists,' hut show mi ability to write." "Ahem!" snld the practical debted to said estate will kindly setnewspaper man. 'That seems to de- tle immediately, j Salem Wallace, Exec, scribe n Journalist pretty well," Birmingham Paint Lick, Ky, Forestalling Vltltors. Said the near-cyni"Women set credit for taking nny precautions other than looking under the bed, but did you ever notleo that they usually put on their hats a couple of hours before It Is time to start to tho plure they have set their heart) on colngi" .. l. - ,The Central Record, Thursday. Aug 15, 1918. POINT LEAVELL. 1 1UJCKKYK Mnrter Acle Cotton is Mr. Kmory McWhorter nnd family visited lior brother, Mr. Howard Kin of Ilrynntrville, last Sunday. Mr. Henry Sanders bought a sow anil ten piR from Mr. J. K.llam monds. for $50.00 and one from Ililbert Kldd for Mr. nnd Mrs. John Anderson spent the day with his mother, Mrs. Parker Anderson, in Mndifon, Sunday. Mrs Vlllle Anderson nnd dnugh Ur, Mrs. Floyd Mcrnrty and ilautfh tcr of Danville, nnd Mrs. V. It. Uck ey ami daughter, spent the day with Mfr C. C. Soulier, on Wednesday. i" JKwden spert tV week Miss I.nckey r.nJ n"'enlej end w'th ehureh nt Fairview on Sumln.s. Mis. Ann. Mae Ureen of Car cr.i. rille is visltlnir Mr C. C. Sowders, for sevi l days. Miss Kltzabcth Doty, of Marks. bury, is visiting Miss Ann Hljfsins for a few days. Mr. Willie Seott ami sistei, Kvn. of Cincinnati, nro vialting their father, Mr. Jim Scott. Miss Myrtle nnd Cecil l'almerhave rcturni I hon.c after a week visit to Mis t.i Unci Sanders suid llcrnlce llroadu of lluckeye. Rye, Wanted. Hi(het- - market price. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Henry Conn and family of Richmond, spent the day on Sunday, with Mr. John Anderson and family. uffering with Hotel at Auction! I n broken arm. Mr. nml Mrs. r..i lul v I ill HHr H I TWICE PROVEN. If you suffer backache, sleepless niKlits, tired, 'ull i!as nnd distressing urinary disorders, don't experitestiHead this twice-tol- d It's Lancaster evidence proven. Mrs. II. F. Walter, Hill Court, says: "I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney I'ills, for they are a most worthy remedy and have done me much good occasions. For several on many year?, I have suffered from n lame and painful back. My kidneys have Doan's action. also been irregular Kidney I'ills havialways removed every symptom of kidney trouble at these times." (Statement Riven March :20th, UtOS.) ALWAYS RELIABLE. On November 18th, 101C, Mrs. Walter said: "I have the greatest confidence in Doan's Kidney I'ills. I was free from kidney trouble for a font; time, but recently had a alight attack. I again used Doan's Kidney Pills and they quickly relieved me." Foster-Mil-tur- n COcts at all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., Iluffalo, N. V. THE KENGARLAN, LANCASTER, ZY. ment. mony. doubly Saturday, Aug 24th, at 2:30 PM. On account of the health of both myself and wife we have decided to retire from active business and will sell our hotel and restaurant business to 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. It has 26 bed rooms, with large parlor, 2 dining rooms, one for the restaurant the other for Hotel, however adjoining and connecting, largo 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 floor, three rooms equipped with private bath. Electric bell service and all rooms wired for telephone. Slop sinks on every floor, in fact every convenience as we had never considered for one minute the idea of ever selling our place of business. 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 in Restaurant and Confectionery will not be sold at this sale but will make good price and terms to purchaser of hotel property. Rates $3 and $3.50 per day and as any traveling man will tell you we are full all the time frequently have to secure rooms outside to take care of our trade. Had expected to en and large our building, in fact have the plans for same at this time and have the ground which will be sold with the building. Lancaster is located on the L. and N. R. R. and is one of the best towns in Central Kentucky, a population of about 2000, in one of the richest sounties in the State. The Kengarlan is the Will gladly compare receipts with any Hotel in the State located in a only Hotel in Lancaster. with a population of five thousand. town Terms one third cash October 1st, when possession is given, balance one and two years with (5 per cent, interest on deferred payment with lien retained. $1000 cash payment or approved riond on day of sale. Any further particulars call or address Mai Carter and Agnes were the week end visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter Mr nml Mrs William llnsley and son, Wilhnm Jese. visited Mr and Mrs Hubert Long, last week Mrs. Ambros Cnluo. from Uh mond, was the guest last week of her ron, Mr. nml Mrs. Libert Cnlio Mr and Mrs. Oscar liny, and rhll dren, visited Mr. and Mrs Wllbert Hay, at New by last Friday Mr. ami Mrs. Volbott Jenkins were week end visitors of his parents, Mr and Mrs W. M. Jenkins Mr. nnd Mrs Walker llrndslinw and children wire guests Sumlnj of her .wrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T O Hill Mrs iiD.n Kay nnd nephew. Ilnrns I'.rown, visited h ersister. Mrs Sperd Shrrrnw, at Ml. Hebron, la-- t week Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill. Mr nnd Mrs. Jasper N'oel, were in Danville I,it Wednesday. t see Mrs. Ollie Bogie. Trnli car "of lime jult in. Sand. Cmnt, Rock, Brick, Kanawha Sait. Hudson, lllltbrt A Farnau. Mnyme Scbnstin waited her Mis sister, Mrs. Walter (Iron-- , from l'r day until Monday. Mimes Itos.1 and Inez Hay hae returned home lifter n weeks stic with Mrs. Kmnui Mnnford and daugh ter. nt Frankfort. Mr ami Mrs. I) M. Long, son nnd daughter. Willie and I'attie. were quests Sunda of their son, Mr and Mrs Lmitt Long Miss Linda Locker has returned home after a two weeks wit t friends in Lexington. Nicholas llle and Frankfort Mrs. Allen Teater, Mrs Milo Simp son. Mrs Lucus Foster nnd children were hie guests Saturda). of Mrs Harrison Hay and family Miss Zulu Calico of Richmond nn i Miss Inei Ray will open the schoi I nt this place. Monday, August ltlf Itev I) F Sebastian nnd sister Miss Mnme Sebastian were guest' Sunday, of Mr. nnd Mrs. A C Miles Mr. and Mrs Herbert Whittnker and children were visitors in Madison Sunday. Dr. ami Mrs. J. K. Kdwards anil little daughter, hne returned home after a weeks stay in Mason county. with her father. .Mr. .Manly, wno hi ill. Mr. nnd Mrs Oscnr Ray nnd chtl- dren were guests Sunday of Mr und Mrs. Ambros Calico, of Kichmoml CUNNS Mr. and Mrs. CHAPEL. Curtis Kast and hand mme little zon.Alexnnder, were here a few days the past week for a visit with relatives before returning to their home in Cincinnati. Miss Myrtle Carter and Miss Martha Bryant of Cartersville, accompanied Miss Lena Hollon home on Wednesday and were her guests for the week end. Mrs. Bettie F.asley suffered an attack of acute indigestion. Quite a number from this section attended the Patriotic Meeting nt Lancaster, Thursday. Squire Burton was taken ill here at the home of Mr. W. B. Hay, last week. Mr. und Mrs. John Land, Misses Myrtle Davis, Iva Hollon and Christine Davis, motored to Cartersvillv for a visit. Fresh car of lime jutt in. Sand, Cement,. Rock,. Brick,. Kanawha Salt. Hudson, Hughe & Farnau. Mibs Iva Hollon will ttach this week at Cartersville, filling Miss Amanda Andersons place while she is spending the week at her home in Lancaster. Mrs. Frank Land rpent Friday with Mrs. Hiram I.and. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cayhart are parents of a little son, William Cor-bel- t. Mr. Floyd Humphrey ed u Ford. Foratt It. The tltm watsl In mmrlalnlnc he- in., tnh Is hnnl would often b more than mimrtciit to put that Job on the mi or "nimwov Ruthenlant. Iliitheiilun Is the name fl en to I'hrlMlaii Inhabitants of what was for," merly knoun us "I. Illle llilnc III Hhut Is eastern Austria, and also In They tine tlm Miiilheiittern 1'olnlnl. iiiicleiit Cn-eit riry tranlntei Into II Id Shminlc tongue, thoiich Ito- man Cnlholles prufestlm; obedience to 't- - of Itome. They have a mar- the rlcd trculnr eleri:y. followlni; what Is h iioit It as the ue of St. Ilasll. nhoiihl, howeier, be noicd that th4 npplUsI In imuie Is MimetliiK's liHit,-('.iiimhi to weral Itustluu sects llvlm; lu the Wett. j i I R. Zimmer or J. PROPRIKTOI! S Haselden, Phoiphate Mines Developed, Tunis has nitnineil rank the I'lilteil Slates for the production of pliiophate, through the ilevi lopment of mines ilVemcred a few jear.s npi. Been Duylng on Margin? "You have no ronton In he ohiitnis of jour powrty If you inquire It remarks Life. Tut' One limy hm pilreil It hoiHKtly hut Ru hlntned foollthly as to ho mlchtlly a.imneil of It, Itottou Transcript. Of Deep Hljtorlc Interest. When Jacob 1II11I In llopt "Jotiph coiiiiiiimihsl his wrvanls, tin. phytl. chins. In enihiiliii his father; nml llio physicians c inhaliiicil Israel." This passage from tlenesls has now mi added Interest. If tin. I....I.. ..r cob was embalmed In he lljryptlan loiiniier. it oukiii now, when Hebron (with the euve Mnrhpeliih, where Jacob was hurled) Is In llrltUh hands, tO be folltltl IHISsthlv Ulll, t.,ku...u In. acrlntlons. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Will appreciate it if my friends among the traveling public and hotel men will aid me in se curing a good hotel man to buy the Kengarlan, as I believe that I have one of the best paying Would consider small hotels in the State and will be glad to produce evidence to one interested. farm in Central Kentucky as part payment. PLEASE DISPLAY IN HOTEL LOBBY. Keep Cheerful. When They Are Satisfied. You llml yolirbeir refreshed by the woman neer feels dressed up Itluho presence of cheerful people; why not unlets she feels uncomfortable. make crne.it effortit to confer that SlalesuiHn. pleasure on other? You will llml half the battle Is (mined If you will Now is the time to plant your Make the Most of Pleasure. never allow jourself to Kay nnythini; ' IVi,-- rutin-- . i:ml,o as much as Rloomy. Orchard, Lawn and Gnrlcn. they kliuntil of in, i For t nliirilif enjoy:rs i catulnji of tunny Our liirtle descriptive ) ment Ii:ii l :i filing a ilniliuo Thing to De Feared. . 'reliable und there, Is i toi..:!iiy to think Unit "No, tho fear of fnllliii: never enwe cannot bnvo a :" '! Hint lines ters my 1 i mhs-Smal- l nut rust iiiiiii'. A i ll I'm mliiiiilli.il Is traplni: head," mid the aviator to till hearer. "What hcarei mi H far floin couiplelo till she liu Icnrii.sl the diihiMT of Mulling my engine about tn enjoy her If simply timl without tun mil" up and not belli j; ablu to E't any money ei;ieue. l'eiinsjhaiiia down. fitlt. A Reasons ! Why ou should use Cardul, the woman's tonic, lor your troubles, hive been shown in thousands ol tellers (ront nctual users ol this medicine, who speak from ( personal experience. the results obtained by other women Icr so many lv tears have !ccn so cooj, why not Cardui 4 (rial? r.ivc has purchas- Take Mr. John Hagler and daughter, Mrs Shearer, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson Saturday and Sun- day. Jessie and Leslie, little sons of Mr, Wesley Simpson, have whooping cough. Mr, und Mrs. Dock Simpson und Mr. Chester Handy spent the wek end in Kstill county.. Miss Jessie II, Ituy isited in Madison. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Land and Mis Inez Lund took dinner with Mr. and Sunday, lire. John Packed by Machinery. Currants from (Ireece urn now jacked by machinery lu u manner in far more cleanly und economwhich ical than the old "band methods." Tim latter liavn n I ways beeu questionable. T(ie Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, ol Va., write::: "About II years aj;o, I Eulfered ur.told misery witli female trouble, bearing-down pains, head-ach- e, I numbness would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Ur. for Cardul . . . Alter taking about two bodies I began colng around and when I look three bodies I could do E-all my work." Cullcn, Fruit and Shade Fruits, Sin ubs. Evergreens, GraDe, Asuaragus, Seed Po- etc, ... Here'i a is free upon inquiry No Ajjts Write for free Cutnloiitie. Har-- I One. Writer'a Cramp. Hi. K.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. tie illlllcnlt to pld; out the craziest. One, houeter, nbli h remain Indelibly on our inemorv was: "Whether a chimera buzzing lu a tacuum uoiilil hoi able to detour second Intentions?" Wbnt d )oit think about It? We lime been asked so pirny nninz. line questions I y tvadei-that It Is u tit. flicted with It ban no complete control over the iiiucli-- i of the thumb, middle nnd foretiiiKer. The I) pen filer ban proved the hot resource of those who miffer from the allawut. '"rllcr'x crniup U u disease to which i.e who do linn li urltltii; are liable toward middle uce, und a peri.n af- c The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15 1918. MRS. HARLOW WANTS EVERY WOMAN TO 7 FINEST TAKE VIN FAMOUS ACTS FOR FAER HIPPODROME IIEPATICA. Says It Saved Her Life Afltr Eight Years cfSufieriirg Frtm Slcmach Trouble . GARRARD'S Ncrvouiacss. r ll'f . rive mmm ant t uocicrs uad If a. I tiled tier a... . Wilboul ICesults. mm "I hope ticryony who ha stomach tuuliU' or nerovusneaa will try Vin It mveil my life, after Ilipallca L,k!"l years of urTcrmir." write Mr .Mnrliir, I ',i V f iOfi Klmor St.,Vit '.iitanooira. Tftm. ' I hml been treated hy five liffcr-- . doctors who did me no itood. i 9 poor nil. I vtenk thnt neighbor I iouhl thour".it I linil rolistimptiuri I wn t.nrdly sleep ut tiiii-ht-, o mr "Nv.iv 1 leep duii'lh ill feel letter than I have for citht year am fleshier unit l mutter, and feel w nil iii every way. ("nil eat anything I hope everyone wh ha ptbmar'i or nervousness will try Vin We don't know Nov. to Hi paticu. ppreciHle good hinltli until we .11 e nearly ilcml and iret well. I nci v. il unit happy now, unit I owe it nil to May tloilV cn-ateVin llcpatic-btesmiitrsle- - with you himI the onr Irx. (t who make V111 HepHtirn .io others .1 it hiii nivnl n.e It. V.. Mc!obert, Lancaster. Ky nifht. BLUB GRASS 4 ml M Ion 01 h cus of maneious animal aitors of rent $l,uOiin .zianil nm.uiliK IntclllKenre Pair in Luuuttl'e aul to he maniilfli hi!) tir tlio c ene ca- h night of a tnon Tb art eqmppeil anil itio illamnnil harness of r'er amusement rnvue prei oiling Mm thn animals ha laused wlilespread The ruinous Colli Troupe $100v0 Horse Show. lih h w.ll br ono ommint of the "far Kast." of Hie paramount feature of the cele- repreentathe I They number 7 Persian arrnbaU of bration nhi'duled for Koptembr It. 'whirlntml methoil unit amazlnR feats This feature of the Pair's entertain- The tlellt Troupe Is lostumecl In Orl ment ban grown from year to )ear, nl.il plmlnr. ami Is illtlnctivc In It The ItoilrlKuez until it ha iletelopeil Into ono of tlm lino of entertaining. nio.l enjorable ami Important attrttr-tlo- llrothur. perrh pole artlsr. guarantee thrill KJlnre by mean of their ilare of the entire exhibit, ami one ilevll stunt on lofty vaulting poles whti li ilea with the tio.it llurie Show ,The Uncanny Troupe are sensational (Mipular Intrrent In airobatle artist who work with a The attraction announriMl for the peeil nml vim which enhances their Mr anil Mrs Btate Katr make an impoirit; ruter hair r.iininK nuneiiM-rlllram" ami Pert l.ul a "I'tu-'In mlilltlon to Thavlu's crc.it li.in.l "Aunt I.uctnilv" Pinlseeil aro comeIn military dians who are the source of endless of forty nkllleil musician uniforms, thn soloist of International fun to Pair patrons. Preil Zobedle and of wotnlerful h.illin hi troupe of five are refognlzcil a famo anil the orR.inlzn the HailliiK equilibrist of the Amer- dani er ai i ompanylnR hi anil Kuropean tlehl, anil the tton who ulll kIvh two eontert anil Inielv Lunette Sisters. In the "Whirlexhibitions dull v. the lint of feature bill-ei- l ing (ieisha Olrl' performance, com Inrlmle the picturesque 'Klri art" of lllppoilrnuie attractWon plete the 1!I1S lllevrle in Kreilille d.rs a nl maile up of ilalniy fem.uinu ions to be offered at the coming State n wheel. Hall' Do I.uxe Cir Pair. expert T.i PARI AT- - Kentucky State Fair Louisville - Krinuikt Ktate September 9-1- 4 SEPTEMBER 8 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thavlu's Band of 40 World Faniod Soloists Chorus of 300 Voices Two FIlRhts by Rutli Law S78.O0OO3 878,000.00 Total Premiums 1600.00 Deef Cattle Show Saddle Hont Stske 1 10,000 iX 1 10,000.00 Fatted and Feeding Clttlr Chow J 10,000X10 AUCTION. TUESDAY Ml O'CLOCK. ACRES. RUTH LAW AUTO POLO AUTOMOBILE RACES Aerial Queen Sport Thriller World'e Crack Driver De Lux Hippodrome Show Magnificent Mlday Special R, R, Rate Send for Catalogue MM hy HI Iffti&vt il'r AT 10 Fount T. Krcmer, Bec'y Republic Building, Loulevllle, Ky. . 280 , .. . That fine BlueGrass Farm known as the D Having more stock at present than I can well care for, I will at the R. K. Conn place, on White Lick pike,tvo miles from I'aint Lick, on IP 1 RUTH LAW, THE FLYING WONDER, Aunt Beckie West Now Virgil Gastineau farm has been placed in our hands to be sold to the highcstbidder on.very easy terms. miles from Lancas-caste- r and about one mile from Hyattsville on the Kirksvilleand Richmond, pike and has spler.oid pike This farm TO BREAK AiR RECORDS AT FAIR uii, liesabout 3 1-- 2 on either side of it. TUESDAY, SEPT 10, beginning t ten o'clock promptly, sell to the Highest bidder the following live stock and implements. One splendid young .lack f years old and a good breeder. His colts speak for themselves. One Saddle Stud, 9 years old and also a good breeder. One Draft Stallion, 9 years old. This horse produced some of the best colts of his class In the county. One Draft mare 7 years old, with foal to dvaft horse. One yearling mule; 1 mule colt; 1 driving mare, nine years old and with foal to the draft horse; 1 three year old pony and trap; 1 good milk cow with calf by side; 17 good grade ewes and one buck; brood sow and six pigs; 1 McCor-mic- k 1 binder, in good condition; T mowing machine; 1 corn planter; 1 good farm wagon. TERMS OF SALE All sums under ten cash in hand; over that amount, negotiable note payable January 1st, 1919, without interest. sub-soile- r; dol-Jars, three sets of improvements, that is, the handsomej.oldjthomej place which has recently been overhauled,. repainted &nd papered throughout and is one Lofthebesthomesjin our ccunty, also has two splendid houseswealhcrbcarded cr.d postered, also a good'sizenewIy built tenant hcuse. Two large stock barns'also three large tobacco barns with room for 25 acres; or more of tobacco, large covered stock scales, corncribs, spring house, in fact one of the best improvedfarms in the county. Has If youjwant a home that you, your children and grand-childrenwill be proud.'of go !cok at this splen-didifar- m and.'after seeing the crops that are on it now and comparing them with any farm in Central Kentucky youT will readily agree with us when we say OTffpfci thatjwe are going to sell a farm that is second to none ' iu this section of the country. IllUlg No Cl H. B. CONN, Paint Lick, Ky., Route No 3. U4 IthrtftlttMAl. BLACBCLEGOIDS TO VACCINATE AOAINST OIACKIIO. Simplo. Safe. Ho Effective. die to Measure. Ho liquid to spltt. No (trine to roL tilraplr a llttlw pill to Ui injected umlef the (kiu. lull rua rasa aootUJCX, 1'or bill) br L Mo Roberts Drug Store inorii scusatloii.il, thrilling or InsplrluK slRht rnubl be Imagined than liulh Law's aerial performanco In her Curtis biplane. In which f lie suam high alHite the clouds, or skims like a i! lupine swallow almost within reach of the earth as she spirals, loops, ride banks, nose-spin- s taxi ami Milplane. and lsltors to the sixteenth unmitl Kentucky State Pair, which will be held In Uulivlllc tho weelc of September H, will bo clcctrlllrd twlco daily ilurlntr tho week und twlco on Sunday preceding the Pair by this peerless wonder of tho air. The Sunday Hindis, In which Miss Law will go after Uio altrtudo record and her own wonderful M'oro, uro part of a special Sunday program, which Includes a magnificent sacred concert by Thavlu's Hand of forty musicians, his special soloists of International fame, and a massed chorus of over three hundred singers from the Jubilate Choral Association, with Pred O. Neutzel, of Plora Marguerite Uartclle, Marie Slcd-itlo- fried and Leo Sandman an principals. The tlrst named ha given Invaluable cooperation with the Pair as regards tho Sunday concert arrangements anil hi connection wlih tho Choral Assoa musical feature ciation guarantee of exceptional merit, and one which vies with the great attractions oflercd In Ituth Law. whu is sister to Kodman Law. the first "human Ky" and one of the most daring and remarkable performer of break neck stunts In existence. It Is claimed that .Miss Law's one ambition Is to equal or excel her famous brother, who has performed all feats and mora of the Douglas Fairbanks supposedly per- forms In Ills icrvrn "thrillers." In addition to these great attractions thn Pair management Is this )ear offering a prize list which will total to despite the fact that the state's appropriation to the Pair Is but 115,000. This Is done, and tho entire proceeds from all sources turned back among tho agriculturists In order to stimulate the agricultural and llto stock lislus tries of the state and thereby help tho Government by helping food produc- - This farm will be subdivided into tracts of from 25 acres up all of them necessarily fronting on two pikes.This farm is also one of the best watered farms in Garrard having 7 never failing springs and large pools. see this farm or if you will see the under-signe- d will gladly drive you out to show it to you and howMt will be subdivided. Dinner on the ground. Go UNITED REALTY & DEVELOPWENT 60. J. S. Haselden Gen. mgr. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 15, 1918. Saturday, August 24th AT 9 MtMHI I O'CLOCK A. M., I WILL SELL AT i mm 240 Acres Of Land L. For J. Butler Also a Lot of .Live Stock and FARM IMPLEMENTS Will be sold hi TWO OR THREE TRACTS OF 100, 120 OR 140 ACRES. OR AS A WHOLE TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. TWO SETS OF IMPROVEMENTS. County, Kentucky, hear the.Boyle County line,5 LOCATION miles from Danville, 5 miles from Stanford, on the short 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:-G- 5 acres in corn, 50 acres DESCRIPTION andbarley, 13 acres of tobacco, 28 acres of hemp, 5 acres of cow peas and potatoes, BALANCE IN GRASS AND CLOVER. of wheat 1-2 This Nearly all the Land in Cultivation Broken out of BLUE-BRA- SS SOB this year 25 acres WILL BE PLOWED READY for the purchaser to sow in wheat or other small grain. IMPROVEMENTS: Bungalow of orooms, porches all around; 7 acre tobacco barn, cribs, ice house, dairy house, large stock barn, other out buildings. The other improvements consist of a 5 room bungalow, porches, 7 2 acre tobacco and stock barn, stock scales, and cellar, smoke house and other out buildings. Cistern at each set of improvements. Metal roof on both houses. Also a tenant house. Fencing good, DIVIDED INTO CON VENIENT 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 rolling and easily cultivated.. Located on one pike. and one half mile from two main pikes, the Knob Lick Pike and the Danville and Stanford pike. THIS FARM WILL SELL TO THE HIGH DOLLAR. READY TO CULTIVATE AND PAY FOR ITSELF. 1-- il A WHEAT CORN HEMP AND TOBACCO FARM ar LIVE STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS TO BE SOLD. Three fresh Jersey cows and calves; two Poll Angus cows and calves; 1 Holstein cow and calf; 1 Hereford cow and calf, these cows all dandy milkers and fine butter cows.15 head of extra yearling and two-yeare old 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 S 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 house, cattle troughs and a lot of other things. MONEY AND PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY AT THE SALE. DINNER ON THE GROUND. This will be one of the BIG SALES OF THE YEAR. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, IS THE DATE. culti-packe- r, The Real Estate Man. SWINEBROAD Lancaster, Kentucky.