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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 22, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918082201_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 22, 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 22. 1918. YOUNG MAN You Mutt Register Neil Satnrdir. NUMBER 21. ,jpllHIBI I1F1 tlFl5N ROBBERS ENTER RESIDENC- ES ON DANVILLE STREET daring thief entered the home of Mr. Henry Moore on Danville street last night about one A bold ami k! Cimi ttcttoft tf Aftrj A. PomI tunw (Utrflar sKliiur Mi(teT I We arc urged by the Local Board to cull especial attention to tho regis trillion of nil young men who have become twenty-on- e years of ngc Since June Cth, 1018, up to nnd In cluding August 21th, 1918. This must not bp confused with the registration which will come off some timo in September, the exact date of this has not yet been fixed The registration next Saturday, August 21th, will be conducted by the Local Board ut its offices in the court noure. Mr. Farmer Your fall plowing can be done with LESS WORK, LESS LABOR, LESS EXPENSE o'clock and relieved him of a good pair of pants, a bunch of keys and a pair of sox. He was discovered in the room by Mrs. Moore who gave the alarm and ran for the pistol, but found that the fjj thief had ulso taken the pistol. By M that time he had made hi escape and deliberately walked out the front pavement and escaped out Danville street. A shoit tune later he entered the home of Mr. Boone Sanders, but in climbing the stairs he stumbled over a tin pan which had been left on the stair and this awakened thu household and the robber escaped without any loty. with . CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT KENGARLAN HOTEL Will Sell Neit Saturday. certain kind of farming implements arc vefy hard to get. If you arc interested and need anything in this Hue, give us your order now. JOHN DEERE HIDING- PLOWS - Conn 3G Brothers. iriri rir fe. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. IE Mothen, fathers, would ou leave Our lioyn have certainly gone thro to your son or daughter n heritage n Vcsle of fire. of uliicli no power of earth can roll "The Start and Stripes Forever" them? Then touch them to not only will ring forever in the Kni.cr's ear. appreciate but love a good book. .Make them to nee that within its The man who did not ilo his en- lie the sum total of human - lo- -t listing camhi. chance of .loin,.' court ' " I v ...u in n.lmnnl.l, i,! Foch to "Kct busy". He I. alrea.ly the busiest man In France. or war news or early fall stylos mat the cncKeut are his- In It politics hopes and the aipiratiomi, the yearn- longings of the human l"IT ou! "ml l,1"t " tnc,c e"mc thewn m i"'" I the deep Mr. 'u" iUCtioni The United Realty and Develop-miCompany, of which .Mr. Joe S. Ilnselden is manager, will sell the Kcngarlan Hotel next Saturday From the prospective buy-rr- s that have seen through the hotel since it was advertised that it would be sold, it looks like ii sure shot that It will sell well. This Is one of tho most valuable pieces nf property in the city of Ijincastcr. The hotel has made money ever since it opened its doors about ten years ogo. They are crowded with transit boarders every duy in the week and have nl- ways enjoyed the patronage of n number of weekly boarders. It is located in the best town in the state and the Automobile parties that stop there for meals in the sum mer, is surprising. The traveling public will tell you that it is one of the best hotels in Central Kentucky. Some one will get n gold mine, nt its purchase next Saturday and Mr. Hnvl.len tells us it sure is going to sell. ELDRIDGE-FRAN- CIS. BIG CONVENES COURT HERE NEXT MONDAY. What promises to be n very dull Circuit Court will convene here next Monday morning, with Judge Hardin on the bench. The docket is unusually light und aside from about fifteen divorce suits, there would be little lining. The commonwealth cases are exceedingly light anil very few civil cases are docketed. Sheriff A. K. Walker has been riding the county for the past weelc summoning the Juries, which work he has com pleted. The following men have been summoned nnd will qualify for jurymen as follows; GRAND JURY. II. P. Conn, Henry Arnold, R. L. Barker Malcomb Aldridge, W. W. West, Joe Hammond, Jr. Sam Ballard, John Pettus, Chas Anderson, Mose Lawson, D. M. Chas. Ramsey, F, 11. Marksbury. Smith Hurt, Joe lloain. A. R. Naylor, R. F. Champ, Eil. Morrow, Edgar Duncan, J. W. Simpson, C. S. Ballou, J. H. McQuerry, W. M. Sutton, Joe Duncan, PETIT JURY. Joe Kelly, J. B. Bourne, W, K. Davis. L. C. Gullcy, R. C. Faulkner, Cecil Bcatty, H. K. Sutton, Rcase Sowdcrs, M. O. Kennedy, W. A. Henderson, Henry Ray, Ed Scott, Ben Halcomb, Bud Duncan, M. Hcndren. W. Job Mnrsee, C. M. Dean, J. H. Posey, Hayden Najlor, J. R, Mount, A. Trumbo, Lou McQuerry, Joe Hamilton, J. H. Smith, Tom Stigall. Fisher Herring, J. W. Huffman, D. Gulley, John M. Duncan Tom King, A. H. Sanders, II. G. Brooks, B. H. Hudson R. M. McQuerry, Hrank Montgomery, J. W. Hill. SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY HASELDEN & BROS Kentucky Lancaster, - GRADUATION PRESIDENT COATES About TO SPEAK The REGISTRARS NAMED ami problems of One of the prettiest events of the season was the marriage of Miss Jeanette Arthur Eldridgc to Mr. Harry Lee Francis at Paint Lick Presbyterian church, last evening nt eight o'clock. The church was beautiful with its decoration of white clematis and ferns which were banked to form an altar around which tall cathedral tapers were burning. The pews were marked with clematis, tied with tulle and white satin. The first to enter the church were the four groomsmen, Messrs O. T. Wallace, of Wilmington, N. C, Hob-c- rt Walker, Miller Lackey and Robert Kinnaird, who came slowly in pairs on opposite aisles and stood in front of the altar while the others of the wedding party entered. Slowly from each side came the four brides-mnidFirst came Misses Isabel West and Annabel Burnsidc who crossed in front of the altar and took their places opposite each other. The next to follow were Misses Elizabeth Gihbs and Mary' May Walker. These girls wore lovely dresses of green satin nnd tulle. with short veil of green tulle, aiiil carried sheaves of white lillies. Next the matron of honor, Mrs. Rufus Lisle, of Lexington, entered alone, dressed in white and silver, with sil ver lace hat, and carrying a boquet of Mrs. Ward roses. Following her. came the maid of honor, the brides lister, Miss Elizabeth Kldridge, who wore u dress of pink tulle and tatfeta and curried pink lillies. At the same time, on the opposite aisle, the groom entered with his best man, Mr. Salem Wallace, of Lexing ton. Following the maid of honor, was the little llower girl, Miss, Eliza bcth Barnes, of Columbia, South Carolina, who was dainty und lovely in white orgundic and green tulle. She carried an exquisite French bas ket filled with rose petals which she strewed In the path of the bride. The bride entered the church on tho arm of tier brother, Mr. John Eldridge, nnd met her betrothed at the ultur, where the solemn ceremony was said by the brides father, d William Mosely Eldridgc. Tho bride was unusually lovely in her beautiful gown , of embroidered while Georgette crepe, with satin court train and tulle veil caught with orungo blossoms. As tho bridal party upproached the ultur und during the ceremony tho sweet music of the harp and two violins added much to the happy occasion and was furnished by Miss Telford, who played the harp, and Misses Deatheroge the violins. After the ceremony, many of the guests went to the brides homo for an Informal reception, before the bride and groom left for a short trip of a week or ten days. For Registration Day In September. 40 Graduates From All Over cusstng so eagerly A this month. - DON'T MISS IT. The sale at Public Auction of the salient might be defined an a 70 ncrcs of suburban land known as for the place which it is ndvisable the Dr. Herring estate, cut into Ctrman army to get out of and do It building Iota and baby farms, Friday quick. Auguat-30th- . Seldom you have the to dream of world de- opportunity to buy at your price such better their desmocracy than the world domination. property as this. SetOne dream may come true, and, criptive Ad., in this issue. please Rod, the other never shall. County. It Is If the government desires to take Through the death of his mothover packing Industries, why should Va it became er in Lexington, it not undertake to operate city known that Lieut. Col. Itobert J. ttrcct cars during the rush hours? Mcllryde, formerly of Louisville, is One of the spot lights of the war now in France. He was attached to beams upon the figure of the German the Kentucky state guard troops at general galloping frantically down a Hattiesburg for n long time. Col. road with a small tank in full pursuit Mcllryde is one of tho best known newspaper men in Kentucky, having been associate editor of the LouisThe war is certainly strengthening our sense of national unity. Wc ville Times for many years. realize that of course Uncle Sam's nephews must all be cousins of each! SWINEBROAD SELLS 'EH. other, As predicted in our last issue, Over seven million letters from Swinebroad, the real estate man sold soldiers in France reached the United the Haggard King farm last Saturday States between July 29th and Aug- to I). D. Collett, for 172.50 an acre, ust 10th. Our boys are some letter He will sell the Butler farm next Saturday. This farm lies in Lincoln writers. county and is h good one. Mr. men who have, been Swinebroad has Just closed a deal Some patriotic bewailing the fact that they were for the J. C. Itankin farm in lloyle too old for military service have dis- county, also the adjoining farm of covered that Y. M. C. A. means "You Slama and Wilder, which he will sell May ome Across". Saturday August .list. Watch for Quarterly Meeting ut the Metho. his ads. They tell the true story, dist church next Sunday, l'residing NOTICE. Elder, Rev. C. II. Greer, will preach at 11 A. M.. nnd hold the Quarterly To Whom it May Concern: Conference ut 4 1', M. As I will be in Ijincnster for sevyet will handle n few The Standard Oil Co. has Just rais eral weeks farms, also city property. Have seved the wages of all refinery employes for the sixth time since August 1010. eral choice farms listed with mc ut time also some choice residence The company is certainly Inclined to this Have u in ljiiicastir. oil the wheels of life for its employ (property splendid well improved farm of ees. about SO to CO acres within one and The impression which tho Ameri- one half miles of Lancuster on one of cans in France seem to make upon the best pikes ut n bargain for ten tho allies reminds us of Kipling's days only. If you want to buy or description sell farm or City property will be of the American:-"li- e turns a keen, untroubled face glad to come to see you. need of things", Joo S. Ilasclden. Home to tho instant liuy u Holier Pencil. The government has Just seized the factory nt Newark, N. J., which makes them. Tho business was established there In 1701, und nt tho time of its seizure by the government belonged to u Ilavarian count. Dillard's Ob.ll.k Flour in sack. Is tfce quality flour. Ballard's Corn flour, the b.tt subttitut for wheat flour, Ballard's kiln drl.J corn ratal all in tacks. liueUaa, Hughes and Farnsu. PROTRACTED MEETING. Arrangements have been completed for one of the most Interesting protracted meetings ever held in Lancaster, which will begin ut the Christian ;church Sunday September 8th. by The local pastor Is to assisted Kcv. W, G. Montgomery, pastor of "bob" hwdefrance the Campbellsville church. Under tho pastorate of Rev. Montgomery, he has had ercctedat Cambellsville one of the finest church edifices of this denomination in the state, for a A small motion picture cameru for town of this size. A great musical program has been the homo ia advertised. It Is specially recommended for taking pic- arranged for during the meeting unBut we do der the directorship of Mrs. May tures of small children. not believe that any motion camera Hughes Noland. She will be assist could bo made quick enough to keep ed by Mrs. Buckner Spindle and Mrs. up with the motions of a small child. Harry Tomlinson. The first Common School Graduation Exercises ever held in Garrard County will be held nt the Auditorium of the Lancaster Public School, Thursday afternoon, August 29, at 1 o'clock. At this time the boys nnd girls of the Garrard County Schools who have passed the Common School Diploma Examination will receive diplomas which will entitle them to admission to the high schools of the county., About forty have passed this examination, either last January or May. President T. J, Coates of the Eastern Ky, State Normal School will deliver an address of a patriotic nature; and Professor Abner will present the diplomas. Teachers will see to it that their graduates are present to receive THIRTY MEN their diplomas. Parents and friends To Entrain For Camp Tailor, August 26th of the graduates are cordially invited to attend. The public is earnestThe Local Selective Board have ly solicited to contribute to the sucreceived orders to entrain thirty men cess of this first County CommenceAugust SCtli. ment and to encourage these young for Camp Taylor, These men are from the 1917 regis- people by being present. trants and most of them were reAfter the extension of the draft, classified into Class One during the past month. These nre all white men it will bo "this boy's army" as well and by perusing the list can readily us "this man's army". sec they comprise some of the best young men in the county. The following are in thisjjuotn and will be taken as their names apI! pear on the list: Mtn in Cist. I, 1917 Registrants, (i) Within tht Current Quota Called for Service, August 26th, 1918, 9 A. M. Hump McQuerry, Crub Orchurd, R2. Louis H. Arnold, Lancaster, Ky. Claude Kidd. Paint Lick, Ky. Samuel G. Dalton, Bourne, Ky. John Brock, Crab Orchard, Ky. Krunk Sparks, Buena Vista, Ky. George W. llensley, Crab Orchard, William A. Kinder, Lancaster, Ky. Juck Rogers, Frankfort, Ky. bpced Raines, Bourne, ky. Jesse Long, Lancaster, Ky, R.l. Irvine J. Dean, Bourne, Ky, James Sparks, Curtcrsville, Ky. Charles II. Canter. Camp Nelson, William Mnrshbanks, Lancaster, Ky. Clyde Withers, Lancaster, Ky. Henry P. Sebastian, Lancaster. Jack Ball, Lancaster, R. 2. Leonard Crank, Bourne, Ky. Charles Blanks, Lancaster, Ky. Hloyd Coldlron. Paint Lick. Ky. Harry G. McWhorter, Paint Lick. Herman Baker, Judson, Ky. Elbert Mobcrley Luncaster, It. 3. John M. Gastlneau, Lancaster, James II, Dyehouse, Stanford, K.4. Mark Jennings, Buena Vista, Ky. William Robinson, Veachdale, Ky. Charles E. O'Hearn, Lancaster, Ky: Elias Brandenburg, Richmond, Ky. Earl Long, Lancaster, R. 1. Nathan J, Simpson, Lancaster, Ky. A "tin Lizzie" is a wonderful little Ruben Pointer, Crab Orchard, Ky, Each Man MUST Bring His Final machine, but can it run its manufacClassification Card, (Form 1007). turer Into the Senate? The registration of all persons between the ages of 18 and 21 and between tho ages of 31 and 45 will probably take place the first week in September, although the exact date has not been definitely fixed by the government. .The Local board will be prepared when the day is set however and has arranged a list of the registrars, two of whom will serve in each of the nine precincts in the county. The following have consented to serve; Precinct No. 1 Chas. W. Anderson and Ira Holtzclaw. Precinct No. 2 L. G. Davidson, H. V. Bastin. Precinct No. J. M. Meadows. Precinct No T. Scott. Precinct No. Mack Ilendren, Precinct No. M. Hcndren. Precinct No. H. 3 4 J. J. Walker, Jr., J. II. Bollard, A. J. C. 5 6 7 8 9 Williams, E. B. Ray, Dr. G. Porter Prewitt, D. Thomas Slavin, C. Robt. J. Walker, Sebastian. Precinct No. B. Ledford,. Precinct No. John D. Carter. order. We reclean seed wheat to your It pays to clean your wheat. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. 1 1 iiniinr nr iiitd) WHITE AND TONIO MARINO. I FEATURING PEARL i 8 I The first episode of this splendid serial picture will be shown at I Romans Opera House i I Friday Night Aug, 23d. Don't miss the first one and you will see them all. The best serial ever shown in Lancaster. i The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 22, 1918. RAMSEY. Ramsey ilioil nt the homo of her daughter in Stanford on August 5th, 1018, after an Illness of rerernl month'. She was born Oct. 22, 1835, in Giirrar.l County, having lived nlmost the entire period of her life in the Paint Lick section. In 18!8 she was married to Dr. Burdctte Ramsey, who died July 12, 1H17. Eyes Tested Free ARMES F ITTED Broken Mr. Ellin Terrill SATURDAY. AUGUST 31st Promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. I will sell at Lens, Temples, Duplicated. mm and 1 Bridges Repairing done promptly onlWatches, Clocks and Jewelry. Oflice over Mount's Hardware Store. Hours- -8 She is survived by two sons nnd two daughters, Burdette Rnmscy of Pninf L1ck, Terrill Ramsey of Char lotte Court IIouo Vn., Mrs. J. M. Ilolloway, Chattanooga, Tenn., nnd ''Mrs. John Bright, of Stanford, Ky. also 13 grand-childreand one sister, Mrs. Fanny Walker, of Lancas- PUBLIC AUCTION Two Adjoinin'g Farms in Boyle 187 Co., Ky. Acres for J. C. Rankiii-1- 07 Acres for Slama & Wilder ter. Her remains were laid to rest in Old Paint Lick cemetery, after services at the Presbyterian church, of which she had been a consistent member since early childhood. After months of sickness, borne with patience, nnd unfaltering trust in God, her spirit departed to the Heavenly home. Her influence will nbiile as n blcsed inheritance in the hearts of those who cherish her memory. A to 12 to.-- l p. m. J. ML METCALF OPTICIAN. KENTUCKY LANCASTER, TRIBUTE. HMMtlHI Diaw A Check for the money you ov e nnil note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a busirtss like way. Better open such an account even it, your affairs are not large. Thev will prow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. H DENiJY. Surplus $30,000. J. K. Harris. President J. E. STOKMES. Vice Pres'L &.,(.. DENNY. Cashier. J. L. tillX, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. BUSINESS. J. E. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey. Stormes, S. C. Danny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directois. G. B. Swinebroad, On last Friday evening August t, at eight o'clock, m quietly as the set ting sun, God called home one of his children, Miss Minnie B, Calico. She was the youngest daughter cf Had Mr. and Mrs. William Calico. she lived until August 23rd, she old. would have been 24 years Besides her father and mother she leoves to mourn her loss three sisters Mrs. Perry Tusscy nnd Mrs. Henry Tyrce of Taint Lick, Ky, nnd Mrs. Thurman Tudor of Silver Creek, and a number of relatives and friends. Minnie was a sweet christian girl, a member of Fairvicw church since childhood. To know her was to love friends who her. She had many were so kind to her in her long ill ness, and she will be sadly mined But our loss is Heaven's gain, "His will not ours be done." For six long months she bore her suffering without n murmer. All that loving hearts nnd willing hands could do was done for her but all proved to be in vain. Just one day before she died she asked to hear her favorite songs, "God Will Take Care of You" and "Tis So Sweet To Trust in Jesus", and one day her mother at her bedside could not con trol her grief she said, "Mama, don't worry, the Lord will take others as well as me, I am not the only one that suffers". Like a tired child dear Minnie fell asleep in Jesus. A large crowd fol lowed her remains to Paint Lick cemetery Saturday afternoon, where after services at the grave by Rev, Eldridge she was laid to rest beneath a bank of beautiful flowers, "She is gone but not forgotten, Never will her memory fade, Sue;;test thought will ever linger. Around the grave where she is miles East of DANILLK, on gravel road one half LOCATION: mile from DANVILLE aniKLAXCASTER PIKE. DESCRIPTION: The ilnnkin farm of 107 acres is one of the most in 'Movie county. FERTILE and HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION. 50 acres in corn, 12 acres in clover, 22 acres in wheat stiihble, 20 acres of stubble sown to timothy, balance in grass. Well fenced and everlasting water. IMPROVEMENTS: Xew modern seven room bungalow, with basement, halls, porches, bathroom and glass enclosed porch. EQUIPPED WITH WAT-EWORKS AXD LIGHTS AXI) FURNACE. OXE OF THE IIEST EQUIPPED FARMS AXI) MOST DESIRAHLE HOME IX CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Tenant house, large stock barn, tobacco bams, !100 barrel crib, cow and calf barn, concrete water tower, and water troughs, gasoline engine and hydrauIleautiful lawn and shade trees. lic ram for power, all necessarv out buildings. IMPROVEAND FARM BRING YOUR WIFE WITH YOU. THE MENTS WILL PLEASE THE MOST FASTIDIOUS AND YOU WILL I1UY IT FOR "KEEPS". THE SLAMA and WILDER FARM of 107 Acres adjoins and is mostly bottom land and very rich. 10 acres in corn, 2 acres in hemp, It acres in toacre alfalfa, balance in grass, everlasting bacco, 18 acres oats stubble, 1 water. IMPROVEMENTS: New four room cottage, new 110x18 tobacco barn, "dairy house and cistern. The portion of the farm in cultivation was broken out of Itlue Grass Sod and cultivated in hemp last year. The 10" acre farm sold as a The Rankin Farm will be whole. Here is an opportunity to buy 150 to 1G0 acre tract, a 25 to 110 acre tract, a 107 acre tract or by adding any two just the size you want, or the entire 2t5 acres. I always sell to suit the bidders. Why do land buyers attend my auction sales and the land ALWAYS I pledged my reputation SELLS? and honor at every sale for a SQUARE No buy bidders. Strictly commission basis. I don't have to "ROOST" DEAL. the owners price to get my fee. From mv experience in the business and as a farmer I know land values and will oITer at public sale ONLY SUCH FARMS as in my judgment will to the buyers. TERMS EASY. Don't fail to attend this sale or you may regret it. The owners at the farm or myself or W. E. Mos will show the farms at any time. H . np-pe- nl SWINEBROAD-Th- e Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, ADVERTISING MANAGER. Desirable, farms of all sizes, and priced right, for sale privately at all times Auction Sales a specialty. If you want to buy or sell, sec me. laid." CARD OF THANKS. - nt Antioch, was home Saturday anil , begin training ns npprrhentice seaSunday. men. Miss N'ettie Askins is on the sick Mr ami Mrs, Artie Curd and fam.Miss Ethel Kvnns has returned to list. Lexington after an extended visit ily of Ilurgin, motored here Sunda) fur a brief visit with Mrs. Sarah Mr. Howard Lane of Dayton Tenn, here Ilackley. is here for a short stay. hi Mr. C. T. Ison is expecting middling., Wheat Bean velvet Miss Margaret Askins made a bus- sons, Philip and Fletcher, home on Meal, Tankage, Cranio Dairy Feed iness trip to Louisville Monday. furloughs. TanLaga. Miss Leotha Borling of Stanford Mr. and Mrs. William Scott nnd Ilud.on. Uugfif. and Farnau, is visiting her sister, Mrs. House. Ilurgin and spent family motored to Miss Viola Vanderpool has Iwen the day Sunday. Bate ties for sale. visiting friends and relatives here, Hudson, Hughes anJtvFarnau. Edwin Scott nnd Reuben Nnylor she returned to her home in LexingMiss Ruth Lane who Is teaching left Thursday fir Great I.akc 111., tu ton last Friday BUEXA VISTA Kentucky State Fair Louisville i September 9-1- 4 SEPTEMBER 8 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM World Famed Soloists Tliavlu'a Band of 40 Chorus of 300 Voices Two Flights by Ruth Law 78,000.00 t1B.000.00 We wish to thank our many friends who were so kind to us during the sickness and death of our beloved daughter, nnd sister, Minnie, nndto assure them that such kindness will never be (forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Calico nnd family. Valuable to Cotton Growers. lias been Invented for chopping out young cotton idiinK at the mmo time the crop Is being-A mnchlno Sy-- C A BOX FROM HOME Total Premium Saddle Beef Cattle Show 10,000.00 Fatted and Feeding Cattle Show 478,000.00 10,000.00 S10.000.00, Hre Stake BOYS PIG SHOW. Due to the fact that County Agent resigned Rogers hls position as County Agent about two months ago to join the army some of our boys thought we would not have a pig show this year as had been ar ranged. Boys, even In the fnce of adverse conditions we will show the men of Garrard County some pigs better than they ran show us. Every farmer of Garrard will please consider this an invitation to be present August 31st. at three o'clock, on the public sijuure of Lancaster and see what these boys nnd girls hayo done. One hundred and fifty dollars or more will be given away in prizes. Besides this, the boy winning the sweepstake prize will have u free trip, for a week, for him and his pig to the State Fair at Louisville In September, where he will show his pig against the prize pigs from other counties of the state. Boy I am very anxious to tee your pig altogether and I nm sure you are more anxious to see how your pig compart with those of the other boy in the Club. Put your pig in the best of condition, heat the other fellow, get ome of that money and tie free trip to our big "State Mack Morgan. hair." AUTOMOBILI RACES AUTO POLO RUTH LAW World' Crack Drivers Sport Thriller Aerial Queen Special Ft. R. Rate Magnificent Mlday D Lux Hippodrome Show ..Fount T. Kramer, See'y Send for Catalogue...,. 604 Republlo Building, Loulevllle, Ky. BLACKLEGOIDS To Vaccinate aoainst Butciuxa. Simple. Safe. No Effective. ret - del t Mtstura. N No liquid to tpl!L (trios' t Slraplr a little pill to be Injected tuulcr.Ul Ikin. - I Vc Roberts Drug Store! t. reeiir lr Uaar Williams, UltUlua ef llctsrlal 1'ubllcUr. Food savins of million of American during our firtt year of war enabled thi govern ment to send enormou food hipment abroad for our fighting force and the Allied nation. out of a ihort crop amounted to 164,000,000 buhI; all of which was, Our laving in cereal (hipped to Europe. We increased our meat and fat shipments 844,600,000 pound. Thi was America's "bos from home" to our army abroad and the civilians and military forces of the Drawn Allied nations. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 22 1918. - ALAKYLA OIL & GAS CO INVEST YOUR MONEY, INCORPORATED J Authorized Capital $1,000,000 Issued and Outstanding Over -- ' $700,000 FIELDS DON'T SPECULATE THIS COMPANY OWNS IN FEE IN the heart of the oil belt of Southern Louisiana, 22,640 acres of timber land estimated to be worth as much as the authorized capital of the company. Besides such security, this offering Is your opportunity to get into LOUISIANA-AMERICA'S THEY KNOW THE PETROLEUM This Is a Producing Company Organized by Reputable Conservative Men Who Have Succeeded Opportunity Has Been Open to Them to Investigate and secure the Best Territory for Development. In the Oil Industry, Not In Stock Jobbing They Intend to Make Money for Themselves and Their Stockholders by Developing Their Property and Converting Their Raw Wealth Into Profitable Products of Modern Processes. GREATEST OIL FIELD This company's land surrounds the Gulf Refining Co.'s development in Iberia Parish. It has nearly 10,000 acres of leases within a few miles of the Great Houma Gas Well the largest in the world producing 85,000,000 feet of gas per day from each well. It has Their Money Stays In Along With Yours A Prominent Banker, a Practical Oil Man, An Experienced Real THREE PRODUCING OIL WELLS In Lee County, Ky., with two more now coming in on our 265 acres of leases In the Big Sinking Creek section, selected by men who know and who predict that every well drilled will be a producer. Besides this, the company has 12,000 acres of leases in the rock asphalt section of Edmonson and Grayson counties, Ky., and thousands of acres of leases in Lawrence; Magoffin and Breathitt counties, Ky., and extending into Tennessee and Alabama. Timber Man, a Successful Estate Expert, Lawyers and Financiers Have Organized and Will Manage Corporation. the M. M. Logan, C. ON THE DIRECTORATE Frankfort. H. Morris, Prankfort. II. M. Collins, Prankfort. C. EXECUTIVE OFFICERS George B. Williams, Winchester, President. W. S. Whiting, Elizabethton, Tenn., Vice Pres. W. E. Williams, Lexington, Treasurer. J. H. O'Rear, Clay City, General Manager. L. Hibbard, New Orleans. Offers Another $100,000 of Its Stock at Par ICADBAGE AND SAUSAGE $1 SharePreparatory to Filling a Large Government Contract i Ofllce at Itainey Lancaster Dr. Win. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Li. fry .Stable. Kentucky J. A. Beazlev rilNERAL DIRECTOR Oilier Ovrr National lUnk. Itesldence t'hona 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTKIt, KY. M. , ' Dentlwt. Paint Lick, J. PATRICK, Kentuokv. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. Aniw.rcJ NUM. LANCASTER. Promptly Phoue 317. KENTUCKY. Day or Honakei Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCVSTEI!. OHIce KENTUCKY. I titer Stormes Drue Store. 12 Hours 8 a.m. t p.m. 7:3iMp.m. ButlsiM.Phonooriphy TYPEWRITING and WiLlUR R.SM ilH BUSINESS cptlEQE "'""" lit 1'mlJ.at ha. faaraf.liipMl.ara l"IIm aaJ taaala Mm, ala " Mr. lUrlu WILHl'H H. RBITII. BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY water preT.au cholera, diarrhoea sad otbcrcblck dlMasea. On. bottl. makes It rallons ol medicine Al all druHlata. bamnl. and .booklet onT,Ila-ascarowla" acnt Rmm4 iMrtM C. lailrajas, I; MM I MUMON rOUUPY CURE down a chick's throat cures lbs Sapes, A few drops la anu cares rIH IUitden 'Brothers. the tobacco isrop which will be mar- the consumption of white burley to- acreage, coupled with the decreased keted the coming winter will sell at bacco is constantly increasing. Last supply of burley, makes it very eviyear, July 1st, there were 274,000,-00- 0 dent that the tobacco crop which will unprecedented prices. WEEK NEEDED pounds of burley in stock, where- be marketed the coming winter will WOMAN'S DIET. "There is no reason in the world", said he, "why tobacco should not sell as July 1 this year, there arc only sell at unprecedented prices." "I have doctored tvtth the beat doc- Musi Be Sent Otersus lo Meet Requir. nt a higher price tliis winter than it 247,000,000 pounds of burley. tors tn the L'nited States. Some "According to the report very rehas ever sold nt in the history of the Dally Thought. Allied Armies. An meats of m hi one thing nnd some another v as cently issued by the' United States market." Virtue I". Ilka u rich stone, best plain ailing inr anil all wnnted to cut me Urgent Call. et. Bacon. Respecting the decrease in hurley Department of Agriculture, the open, hut MnyTa Wonderful Ilcmedy acreage of tobacco in Kentucky this stock, he said: rated me, so now I can eat cabbage, A thousand graduate nurses uiut ear is very much reduced, owing to "This statement hears out the con Florida's Potential Wealth. sausage and anything 1 want to. be sent overseas each week for the clusion that the white burley type is unfavorable conditions at the season Florida conulm about 4,000,00( Nothing hurts me." It in n simple. next two months to meet the requireconstantly growing in favor with the when the tobacco crop should have acres of land waiting to bo reclaimed harmless preparation that remotes! ments of the Allied Armies, accordmanufacturers of the world and that been set. This great shortage of by drainage. the catarrhal mucus from the intes- ing to the word that has reached Ijtn-casttinal tract anil allays the intlamma-lio- n from Lake Division Ited Cross which causes practically all hendijuarters. stomath, livir and intestinal ailment The "thousand a week" request to including appendicitis. One dose the fted Cross has been made by Surwill convince or money refunded. geon General Gorgas, and Miss Anna R. E. McRob.rl. Druigitt. Cladvtin, acting director of the Lake Division Nursing llureau, has appealed to Ited Cross organizations thru-ou- t Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky to TIME FOR THE WORTH speed up enrollment of eligible nurses. LESS DOG TO GO. In the six months ending July 31, 703 nurses had been enrolled from Fifteen yeara ago, where 1 live, these three States 037 from Ohio, nearly etery farmer had its Hock of 13G from Indiana and 30 from Ken sheep. Today there are only four tucky. Two hundred and ninety one farms where sheep arc raised. There were enrolled in July. August and is plenty of land producing nothing September must each produce at (lock of sheep where a good-size- d least triple that figure. The reason is could be thriving. Appreciating that public health mostly dogs. must not be permitted to suirerr the y We have In the country Ited Cross has been pushing its Home many thousands of worthless dogs Care of the Sick and its First Aid doing nothing but eating ami (Tare courses as well as that are destroying things. The cnue of so with other agencies in recruiting stumany worthless dogs is that there dent nurses to Till the depleted ranks are so many men keeping dogs who of the hospitals, are not able to keep them and who Notice has gone out that the pay don't need them. I have seen tenant of nurses going into active military who service has been increased to $75 a farmers with six to ten children kept four or live dogs. They" hardly month for overseas duty and" $00 a ever made more tliati enough food-stu- lf month for work in camp and cantonto ilu them till May or June. ments in America. This is in addi They had to make a crop anil work tion to hoard and lodging and to the for what they ate und wait from then same War Risk Insurance privileges They that are granted soldiers, sailors and was raised. till something kept und fed, or tried to feed, these marines. dogs instead of feeding u hog or "Nurses will respond to this imsome chickens. perative call if the people of LanI spoke These four farmers whom caster will conserve the nurse power thousand Chandler owners l:nntv NEARLY fifty how economical, how dependable how powerful and of who keep sheep have taken the and impress upon the nurses that the and enduring the situation into their own hands. They 'Creatcst Mother luthe World' must ilhandler car is. that every have thousands of them to meet its warned the neighbors "Greatest of all llli- - sives" never mora accurately described the stray dog found on their premises obligation to the (lovernment", rays Chandler than it does toil iy. If you wished to search the whole market would be killed. They had to kill a Miss Gladwin, with minute comparison:! and tests this would be your answer, too. few to let the people kngw'thnt they In the ownership of a Chandler Six you v.1'1 possess a really great meant what they said. Some of the automobile ftre.it from the standpoint of mechanical excellence and neighbors told them If they caught PREDICT HIGH PRICES dally performance under all road conditions, great from the standpoint their dogs on their farm by themof economy in operation avd maintenance. Thousands of Chandler selves they would kill them, Those FOR TOBACCO CROP. owner's tell of gasoline mileage of fifteen to set en teen miles per gallon. who didn't want their dogs killed Seven thousand to nine thousand miles per set of tires is the usuufl kept them tied, and the result is that Chandler report. Owners and dealers alike say the service upkeep of the Congressman Canttill Gives Out Good there is hardly ever a raid. Then it Chandler car U much less than that of other good cars which they have is done by some dog that lives two or News For Farmers Who Raise Weed, owned or sold. three miles iiwny Beautifully designed and finished bodies are mounted on the famous Congressman Cumpbell Cantrill of What we need is n tax of ten do! Chandler chassis. lars on each dog. This would cause the Seventh district, who did a great all of the worthless dogs to be killed work for the tobacco growers when and done awny with. I like a good he had the tobacco census bill enact Seven-VassensTouring Car, SI79S 'our. I'assenger Hoadster, S179S dog as well as any man, but I hate a ed into law a few years ago, made a Dispatch Car. S187S dog us much as any man could who is prediction about this year's tobacco all the time gone from home killing crop the other day which is going to Limousine, S309S Convertible Sedan. 32493 Convertible Coupe. S239S sheep, sucking eggs, breaking into be mighty good news to the farmers .Alt prices I. o. fr. CtnvtanJ smoke-house- s, Mr. or something else. It of this county und Kentucky. is getting time for people to wake up Cantrill always keeps in closest touch und swat the worthless dog. If a with the market for the weed, ami he man needs a dog und is able to keep usually knows what he Is talking one, let him get onethat is worth about when he makes a statement. Commenting on the Census Busomething. If he doesn't earn ten dollars and his board In a year, you reau's showing of a 20,420,080 derXTY CD m wa.a. a V ATA a i 4a a hud better do away with him at once. crease In the supply of burley, ConCLOYD GIBSON. gressman Cantrill said; The decreased supply of burley is evidence that In Southern Agriculturist. 1000 NURSES A C H AN Famous For Its Marvelous Motor DLEI7 SIX A Great Automobile At Moderate Cost Choose Your Chandler Now KINNAIRD BROS., GARAGE, LANCASTER urtTAD Pin rlf tMm vw ywMiMMM,i iniinitiv nt nimt urn vmv Uliill The Central Record, Thursday. Aug 22. 1918. CARROLLTON ATTORNEY TESTIFIES AS TO MERITS OF THE GREAT VAN HEPAT1CA PRESCRIPTION. Says lt Has Found It "A Host Excellent Billiousnes?, Htdlcin:" Etc. For Sleeplosssess, Mr. K. C. Smith, prominent of Carrollton, Ky., testifies to fallows n to the merit of the Vin Hepnticn prescription: "t have used four bottles of Vin tlfpatlcn since December, anil have dept well and eaten heartily. Have not suffered from biliousness as t did before beginning the use of this most excellent medicine." Vin Hepnticn being a combination of eight of the finest nttor-rc- y remedies known to medical sciences for the relief of Indigestion, sleeplessness, biliousness, catarrhal conditions, and disorders of the liver nnd kidneys, it goes to the seat of the trouble nnd does the work. It is nlso unequalcd as n spring tonic. Come in and get n bottle of this wonderful Vin Hepatlca prescription nnd Wkc it on our recommendation. R. E. McRoberU, mm m mmvmm AT Lancaster, Ky. They were bap-tile- d with four additions. Sunday afternoon nt the river. Uev. 11. A. Dawes returned from MKs Lidn Mae Murphy is on the Kirksvillc S.indny afternoon vh're sick list this week. he closed a splendid revival with this Mrs. D. E. Dennis of Rowland U church nt tbut pUce. There nf.' 17 visiting Mrs. Clayton Humphrey. added to the church. Bale tics fcr sal. Rev. J W. Mnhnn is again luHjs Hud. on, Hughes aniTFarnsu. Sunday evening services which vtns Mrs. Curtis Sadler of Bryantsville suspended a while on account of the was n recent guest of Mrs. George faulty generator which did not produce enough light for the building. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. V. It. Coulter were At the business meeting last Satwith fricndsnnd relatives in Jessa-lt.in- e, urday, the following delegates were Saturday night and Sunday. elected to represent the Porks church District Association Mrs. S. II, Spcnke who was at at the South the Perryville home a few days last week, is now which meets with Ed Messrs v.ith her aunt In Woodford county. churcli next Tuesday, Sutton, D. S. Swope, Gordon Doty, Mr. and Mrs. Strand Sherrenr nnd Krancis, of Homer Ilicc- and J. Wesley Sutton. BOURNE. (Delayed.) l AUCTION. MONDAY AUG.26. 2 P. M A itle daughter, Bettie Huenn Vistn, ure with Mrs. V. K. Cnulter this week. IT IS SERJOUS Mr. um Mrs. Herbert Stone are rejoicing over the urrival of an 8 2 Some Lancaster People Fail to Realize lie pound boy, also Mr. and Mrs. K. U Seriousness of a Bad Back. Tracy arc rejoicing over n big boy. M. and Mrs. Mr. Johnson Speakc, The constant aching of a bad back, and daughter, Clayton Humphrey The weariness, the tired feeling. LexingMrs. Curt Barker motored to The pains and uches of kidney ills Humphrey's ton Sunday to sec Mrs. May result seriously if neglected. Ulster. Dangerous urinary troubles often The farmers in this vicinity would follow. accept a good rain with gratitude. shows you A Lancaster citizen Crops need a good drink of water what to do. nnd everything would be' very much Parker Jenkins, stationary engirefreshed. neer, Water Works Road, Lancaster, Mre. Harry Stone left Saturday says: "My work calls for a lot of for Louisville to join her husband stooping over nnd this caused my who is in Camp there, nnd will re- kidneys to get out of fix. I had dull main with him until he receives pains across my back and loins. My further orders. kidneys acted too frequently and and the then again were sluggish the secretions contained a brickdust-lik- e MARKSBUKY I used Doan's Kidney sediment. (Delayed.) Pills, which I bought at R. E. Mc-- " Mrs. Minnie Daly Bettis has been Roberts' Pharmacy. The backache visiting her sister, Mrs. Y. V. Parks, left me and my kidneys became in Danville. healthy." Mr. Grover Don't Price 60c, at all dealers. Mrs. Will Clark and get Clark of Lexington, are guests this simply ask for a kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills the same that week of Mrs. Nora Clark. Foster-Milbur- n The pastor of Pleasant Grove Mr. Jenkins had. church closed a 10 days meeting Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. FARI IN TOWN WITHIN REACH OF EVERYONE, SnUnrl id fivo mom cottatre and four acres of land on South side of Danville Street, three will be sold to the blocks from the Court House and formerly known as the George Pollard place, liighost bidder on the above date. IMPROVEMENTS, ETC SPLENDID ORCHARD, GOOD BARN, GOOD CISTERN AND ALL A DANDY OPPORTNITY FOR TRUCK GARDENING. An ounortunity to secure a place that CAN. BE DIVIDED INTO CITY LOTS is 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:-ONE-HALF CASH JANUARY 1st. BALANCE IN 1, 2 and 3 YEARS 1 n uj I Sale will take place on the property. UNITED REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT Manager. sfnrlf nt. nresent than I can well I will at the R. K. Conn place, on White care for, Lick pike, two miles Irom Faint JjIck, on J. S. quite number of young people at her pretty country home on last honor of her .Mr. Bryan Oastlneau is at home Thutsduy night in grand-roand grand daughter, Wil- from the Navy on a ten days lie nnd Kva Scott, of Cincinnati. POINT LEAVELL. HASELDEN, TUESDAY, SEPT 10, Vlop.k furtune to fall from her pony and last week, break her arm. Mr. und Mrs. It, W, Sanders an I Hugh Kurti nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. daughters nnd Mr. and Mrs. Herbert family visited at llarrodshurg SaturWhittuker and children spent Sunda day and Sunday. with Mr. Henley Whittuker of Madi Mints Irene Aldridgc and Lucilc son county. Hcndrirkson nre charming guests of ' Mr. and Mrs. William Jenkins an Mrs. Klbert Calico. children, Allie Hell. F.dith and Claude Mr. nnd Mrs. Ituy Noel visited Mr, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Tulbott Jrnkin-a- t and Mrs, Henry Arnold nt Hinttsville the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. O Saturday and Sunday, Hill, Sunday. Mr und Mrs, Clarke have return Mrs. W. II. Kay, Mrs. J. M, Anion ed home after a visit with relatives and fcons, James and Robert, und Mis in Oklahoma nnd Texas, Mary Hanks Anderson spent Sundav Mrs. Hughes ami children of New with .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Andersoi York were guests lust week of Dr. at Stanford. and Mrs. J. II. P.dwards. Mr. and Mrs. Ilirum Ray. Mr' Mr Mai Carter and sou, Kuril-- . N.iru Tenter. Mrs. L. L. Sanders were In Nirholasville last Wednesday Misses Kthel Itav und Sallle l.o wedding, for the Carter-Marse- o Tenter und Mr. Smillie Hill were in The W M. U. met last Thursday Lexington Wednesday, with seventeen members present, Mr. and Mrs. U I- - Sanders und will meet next on Thursday Sept. 12, son. llurnett Ray. of Crab Orchurd, with Mrs. A. C. Miles us leader. and Miss Julia Pryor of St. Louis, middlings, Wheat velvet Bean Mo., have been guests ut tne nome Meal, Tankage, Cremo Dairy Feed of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. Tankage. A series of meetings will begin ut Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, Liberty Buptlst Church on Monday Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill und son, of Mrs. Rolinda Hill und Mrs. evening Sept. 2nd, Rev. Wlllett Smillie. Shelbyvllle will conduct the services Lizzie Walter visited nt relatives lleren unci Slate Lick Springs part of und everybody Is cordially Invited. nroirmtlv. sell to the the following live stock and imple highest bidder ments. . . Mr. Grover Cox nnd family, of One splendid young Jack 5 years old and a Manse, spent Sunday with Mr. Gains Hisnnlt.fi sneak for themselves. Henderson. spent Qnrifiin Shirl . 9 vears old and also a jrood Itichard Henry of Lancaster Brady Sunday night with his cousins, breeder. One Draft Stallion, 9 years old. This and Walter Green. horse produced some of the best colts of his class Rev. VanWInkls of Beren preach in the county. One Draft mare 7 years old, with ed an Interesting sermon ut Kalrvlew on Sunday night. I'nnl to rlrnft. horse. Miss Iona Dunn spent the week 1 driving One yearling mule: 1 mule colt; end with her parents, Mr, .and Mrs. mare, nine years old and with foal to the drat Jesse Dunn nt Lancaster. imiw i tin-n- vear old nonv and tran: 1 good Mr. Kobert Brown of Villa Grove spent Thursday night and miilf nniv with calf bv side: 17 crood trrade ewes Illinois, with Itictinru - Friday Knnnle Dowdcn spent Satur and one buck; 1 brood sow and six pigs; 1 McCor- Miss r; i day night and Sunday with her moth' mick binder, in good condition; l 1 good farm er. Mrs. J. T. Thompson at Paint mowirur machine; 1 corn planter; Lick. wagon. Miss Klla Newland, has returned to ac sums under ten do her home in Brodhead and was Mrs, TERMS OF SALE-A- 11 negotiable companied by her grandmother, lars, cash in hand; over that amount, Belle Henderson note payable January 1st, I9iy, witnout interest Ballard's Mlsed F.d and Pur suD-soue- Stop Hm' quick rtl!i! icbH &d of K)utnt-tuKturvifla, Kpialni and btiJni. Iwitttdto rub. ll from BUCKEYE Miss Barbara Gulley is visiting relatives in Madison County. Miss Fannie Mae Miles of Louis, ville Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. H. B. CONN, Paint Lick, Ky., Route No 3. Mrs. Miller of Okla., is with her Wheat Bran Is the bast. Compare It parents. Dr. unci Mrs. Hendren for a with othar kinds and saa for yourself. Hudson, Hughs and Farnau, few days. Miss Lucille Sanders had the mis Mrs. George Gardner entertained The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 22, 1918. GARRARD'S FOOD FINEST OUR SAVED ALLIES FED W Food Administrator Writes Presi dent America Conserved 14V '000,000 Bushels Wheat. CREDIT DUE TO BLUE, GRASS WOMEN.' FIRM AT Meat and Fat Shipments Increased by 844,600,000 Poundi. mcHVirn nHH"'l t'T the L mi rli nil ihhiiiIp st Stair In ship to tlio Allied ticolrs ml In our own forces oversea huilieln of wlieot and 814,0").- mo ilouniM of meat during Hie runt l,40,(KWW. fear, viilueil In nil nm nn iminlltlieil In I lie fare of a terloiil food hnrtnKe In this country, li A ftinvnnllon ' f AUCTION. TUESDAY AUG. II AT 10 nnd jenpeiiUiic llio ?nlrltlMu ttllli nhlrh the Anierlmn jeople have met the food crisis annum. rood Administrator Hooter, In lei. 'er to lreldeiit Wilson, explains how I .Ilimllmi was met. The toluntarjr niiwrtMtlim tiroeram fluttered by the food Administration enabled the plllnc up of the roll linn of htlsheli of wheal lurlus 1IUT1S nnd the shipment of The total nat of all food shipment, to Allied destinations amounted to J1,4O0OOO,(xl, all this fiKid helne liouslit throtich or In eollahiiratlnn lhe-- e with the Kool Adnilnlstrntloii. nnn. nre nit haned on oRlclal rrLMirls and repreent fiol exports for they year Hint cioseii ,iiiueo, i.n. harri-s- t Tin. thlrmienta of meats nnd fats ilnrliifhni- - meat nriHlurt. tlairy pmhI- llrti. MTt'tliMi' oils, etc..) to Allied lies- llttatlons uere ns follows: neat durlllK 1017-1- IJIAS. C. HARRIS, S h IWUd.al it. II. uxincr, Sxtuif Miss Kmmn tlolton of Markstiur la the rucst of Mrs. Kl Grow. Mrs. Curt Sadler of UrynntsviHe was the truest of Mrs. Harrison I)san Sunday. Miss I.Ida Mae Murphy who lias' been on the sick list the past wesk A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OT LEARNING able to be out. J21 GUTHRIE STREET, North of PostofTice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Itcmcmbcr the meetings In pro-- j Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service press at this place. Everybody inpositions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of vited to nttcml. employment should write for full information at once. Miss Kunice Stotts. of (Sunn's ' Chnpel is with her cousin, Miss Chris-- ! tine Speak this week. kMACURUsaial Miss Ituth Montgomery of Mc Creary was with home folks here from Friday until Monday. Lime, sand, rock, brick, Portland cement, genuine Kanawha salt. Hudion, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. Delia Cecil of Indiana, enme Stftiilay for n visit with her sister, Mrs. Mnttle Montgomery nnd other relatives here. Quite it delegation from Mt. HebOflice Phone 18. Residenre Phone 33. ron church were with the South District Association which convened at I'erryville this week. tj Mm. Harry Stoifc returned Thurs- b day from Louisville where she had f L'iUcUT.S!. a rjaPaBJBVSjafBjaji been spending a week with her husband at Camp Taylor. Mr. ami Mrs. '. D. Lauaon and Mr McKroy who arc here from Haven, CZZ1C wood Mo., will leave ttis week for n PREST-O-UT- E few days slay with reUitives in Va. Itcv. Cruell of Kast Hickman who has been couiluctini; a weeks meetinir lit Orchard drove School house was with Mr. nnd Mrs. Author I'reston Friday: MT. HEBRON cms jmirra, m.i Commercial School w. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, r OFFICIAL t ir Battery Service Station O'CLOCK. ACRES. I'U.al 280 .r Fiscal jear 1011117... 1017-1S- . . ..T011. Iial.) His. .S.IWH.KMIH That.Nne Blue GrassFarm known as the Aunt Beckie West Now Virgil Gastineau farm has been placed in ojr'.harJs to'be sild to the highest bidder on very easy terms. miles from; Lancas This farm lies ab3ut 3 caster and about one mile from Hyattsvllle on the 1- -2 Klrksvllle and Richmond pike and his splendid pike onjclther side of It. Has three sets of improvements, that Is, the handsome old home place which has recently been 8M.i).MIIis. Increase Our slauchterahle animals at the he. Miss Kltyl Crawford and brother ginning of the last flsenl year ere not of Sulphur Well were the guests of ar e appredahly larger than the their uncle, Mr. J. I. Crawford Sun and particularly In hts; Iher night. Miss Crawford will re were prohahly less. The Increase In day shipments Is due to conservation rod main with relatives here and attend the elra welcht of animals added hy the services, our farmers. Mr. Clinton H rooks, who was in The full effect of thee efforts began by falling from the porch roof to hear their bent results In the lat jured at Mr. J. 11. Deans a few weeks ago, half of tin flscul year, when the is improving mpidly and was moved to thtt Allies were 2,lM,l(M.0i) pounds, as acnlnst 1.2i1..VI,0iH) pounds tn the home of his cousin Mr. Dan before. Cmnb near Camp Nelson, Saturday. In the same period of the This compares with an aterase of 801,0i0.000 pounds of total riporls for Flrst.Known Envelope. the same half jears In the three-jen- r The tlrst en elope of which there Is pre-wa- r period. any knowledge liu lowil n letter oenl In In cereals and cereal products re1KH1, by Sir William Turnbull In Sir duced to terms of cereal buidicls our Ogllve. The epistle.' with Its shipments to Allied destinations hara Jauea covering'. Is still preserved In the llrlt-Isbeen : museum. ls Fiscal year 1010 17..U.'D.0(M,(sJ Fiscal jear HUMS.. 310,800,000 bushels Mr Thos Hicks sold to Messrs Henry Uuble and limner a bunc of lambs Inst Tuesday at 14c per pounil party some and bought of same lambs at 13c per lb. All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. jer The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN. Proprietor. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. DC 3C overhauled, repainted and paperedjthroughout and Is one of the best homes in our county, also has two splendid houses weathsrboarded and plastered, also a (ood 'size newly built tenant house. Two large stock barns also three large tobacco barns with room for 25 acres or more of tobacco, large covered stock scales, corn cribs, spring house, in fact one of the best Improved farms in the county. If you want a home that you, your children and n will be proud of go look at this splendid farm and after seeing the crops that are on it now and comparing them with any farm in Central- - Kentucky you will readily agree with us when we say that we are going to sell a farm that is second to none In this section of the country. grand-childre- 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 falling springs and large pools. see this farm or if you will see the under signed will gladly drive you out to show It to you and howlt will be subdivided. Dinner on the ground. Go UNITED REALTY & DEVELOPMENT CO. J. S. Haselden Gen. mgr. SO.OOO.OOO bushels Increase Of these cereals our hlpments of the prime breadstuffa In the fiscal )ear 1017-1- 8 to Allied destinations were Wheat 131.000,000 bushels and of rya 0 13,000,000 bushels, a total of 141, bushel a. The esporta to Allied destinations year 1010-1were: during the Wheat 130,100.0)4) buvhels and rye 2.300,000 bushels, a total of 137,400,000 bushels. In addition some 10.000,000 bushels of 1017 wheat nre now In port for Allied destinations or en route thereto. The total shipments to Allied countries from our last harvest of wheat will be therefore, about 141,000.. 000 bu.hels, or a total of 1.1l,Pio,0(0 bushels of prime breadstuffa. In addition to this we have shipped some 10,000,000 bushels to neutrals dependent upon u, and we n reelied some Imports from other quarters. "This accomplishment of our people tn this mailer stands out eten more clearly If we bear In mind that we had available In the fiscal year 1010-1and oa surplus from net carry-ove- r oter our normnl consumption nbout .200,OOQ.Oi0 bushels of when! which we were able In eiport that year without trenching on our homo loaf," Mr. Hoover said. "This last year, however, owing to the InrCJ failure of the 1017 wheat crop, we had available from net carry-otc- r and production and Imports only Just about our normal consumption. Therefore our wheat shipments to Allied destinations represent approximately aavlns from our own wheat bread. These figures, however, do not fully convey the olume of the effort and sacrifice made during Ibo past year Deby the whole American people. spite the magnificent effort of our agriplanting a much cultural population In Increased acreage In 1017, not ouly was there a very large failure In wheat, but also the corn failed Id mature properly, and our corn Is our dominant crop. "I am urc," Mr. Hoover wrote In concluding ids report, "that all the millions of our people, agricultural as well ns urban, who hare contribute! to these result) should feel a very deflnllo satisfaction that In a year of universal food shortage In the north, em hemisphere all ot (hose peopln Joined together against Germany have come through Into sight of the coming harvest not only with wealth and strength fully maintained, but with only temporary periods ot hardship. "It Is difficult to distinguish between various sections ot our people the homes, public eating places, food trades, urban or agricultural popula. tlous In assessing credit for these but uo one will deny the dominant part of the American womeu." Croup? relief. IMeaiint to take. M ildly laxative. Have this effective remedy at hand It's thankful for croupy children. fat ur gold by all druggists -y 5- for Coughs & Colds Coattipatioa Cants Sickaeii Don't permit yourself to become constipated, as your system immediately begips to absorb poison from the Use Dr. tucked-u- p watte nutter. King's New Life Pills and keep well. There is no bttter safeguard against Alt druggists illnrss.Try it tonight. All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the First and Second issue with this bank, and who want the same converted into bonds bearing 4 4 per cent Interest will please notify us as soon as possible so that we may arrange for Respectfully, the conversion. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 1-- NOTICE OF LANCASTER. KY. e Citizens National Bank tr. NO OUR NO. 14 1-- BREAKING 2 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 heir supply. i i Hervey & Woods A boarder Is a man who Is more Interested In getting bit bite than la (It PAINT LICK, KY. log his bit. The Central Record. Thursday, Aug 22, 1918. TheCentral Record INCORPORATED THE KENTUCKY TRIO. For Precinct and Citv Offljes ... 6.00 reserved. 10.00 "or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offlce AUGUST 26-3- 0. 10 INSTITUTE For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line The Garrard County Institute will For all publications in the interconvene August the 26th, at the est of individuals or expresBesides Auditorium. the regular sion of individual views, per routine of the Institute, the teachers 10 tin and public nre promised something 05 Obituaries, per line worth while from several prominent outside speakers. The ministers are Invited to conLancaster, Ky., August 22, 1918 duct the devotional exercises each morning. Mrs. May Hughes Nolnnd There arc optimists. And will have charge of the music. ) there nre dreamers. And there Besides the local speakers who will clairvoyants represent the Red Cross, Army V. M amateur arc whose rosy visions look like C. A., Liberty Loan, V. C. T. U., etc. Robinson will speak Hon. the phantoms of an alcoholic to the Joseph K. on the purpose of the teachers trance. National, State and County Coun Some of us believe that after cils of Defense, the last of which lie the war food prices will go is Chairman. The exact date uf back to where they were in this address ha not been set. the On They say known Tuesday, August 27ththe day 1910, and earlier. as "Trustees Day", tru:t that the farmer gets too much ees and public in general are invited profit now, but they do not to hear Hon. Charles Hardin of liar realize that until lately he rodsburg, on the "Duties of Citizens WILLIE P. ROGERS. in War Times" or some subject of never got enough. one class in his own choosing;of and Professor J great work you are doing for it. Al There is only Virgil Chapman Lexington, State this country in which most of Supervisor of Rural Schools on though I am many miles from you the labor is entirely unpaid some phase of his own work. Both am just as much interested in it as 1 I attended every Sun was A farmer's wife and children of these men arc well known in Oar- day". when He nkcd to be sent a Sun county and their ability is such constitute the bulk of his work rard no friend of education can nf day School Quarterly, that he may ing staff, but they are not on that to miss ford this day of the Institute. keep in touch with the lessons. In his letter to his parents he says the payroll a condition exist Miss Lida E. Gardner, National "Somewhere in England" 'ng in no other trade between Organizer of Parent-TeachAsso ciation nnd State Organizer of Com My dear parents and all: the two oceans. Will write you this sabbath after munity School Improvement Leagues, Yet a farmer is as much 1 am feeling One, hope you will speak on "Necessity for Organ! noon. specialist as an electrician. He zation arc all well. Of course I know you of Home, School and Com needs as much scientific train munity", a subject that comes near have been anxiously waiting a letter ing as a dentist. His employ to the hearts of teachers and parents, from me but hope you have not wor ried too much about me. ees must be skilled workmen, particularly at this time. Mamma, did you find n picture o The' public is cordially invited to and they must be paid skilled attend any and all sessions of the me for the B. Y. P. U.7 Hope you workmen's wages. I intended to have some made Institute, particularly these open did. but did not have the opportunity. If, when the war is over, we meetings. guess you have lots of frying chick find that the prices of farm pro. MordsfTspo oiol T ens by now. Wellthey would go ducts show a tendency to stay awful good so you and papa just eat where they are we will know STANFORD POSTMASTER my part. How arc all the folks get that the American farmer is Resigns. George Penny Named ting along? You let them all know Successor coming into his own. that you have heard from me and tell them to write me for I am anxious (Interior Journal). to hear from all. Some of you write Five corps of "the American Postmaster Harvey J. McUoberts me every day and I will write us of army are now organized in has resigned as postmaster of Stan Europe under General Per ford and Mr. George L. Penny will ten as I can as soon as I get where 1 can get somepaper. shing. soon take charge of the office. This Be sure and give my girls my ail A corps consists of six di will be good and bad news to the dress so they can write me for you many friends of the two popular genvisions. know I am anxious to hear from An American division con- tlemen. Bad news to those of Mr, them. Give all my friends my love sists of 27,000 fighting troops, McRoberts'up friends, who know that and be sure to write Charlie and Jack he gives the office on account of with the addition of 18,000 ill health, and good to those of Mr. my address and tell themto write me. Well don't you all grieve about me supply troops. Penny, who will be delighted that he I am Take out your pencil and is to be given the good berth. Mr, for I will come out all right forthings trusting in Hlmwho doeth ull work it out. McRoberts has made n model official well and if it is His will that I come gener back to you I shall, and If not all and patrons of the post-offic- e ally will givs him up with sincere re- will be well anyway for I trust we RICHMOND STREET gret. The Interior Journal probably will meet in that land where there is has as much business with the postRESIDENCE SELLING. master as any concern in town, and no sorrow or parting where all is joy, and you all just feel proud you have Immediately after the land and its editors want to go on record as a son fighting or rather training to lot sale on Hamilton Avenue, August saying that they have never seen a fight for so great a cause as we arc 30th, the United Realty Co., will sell better or more accommodating post engaged in. for the high dollar the newly built master or official of any kind. But As soon ns you can find out Hubert and modern residence of Henley Bas- for his health, which we are sorry to Ellis' address let me know for I have tin. Attend these sales or you miss say is poor, tho paper would fight to not heard from him since we left the last ditch his resignation and its Camp Forrest. Well be sure and some rare bargains. acceptance, but under the circum remember mo to pastor Ellis mid stances it admits that Mr. McRoberts wife and all my friends. I will BOY SCOUTS ON OUTING. is doing the right thing. The writer close asking God to watch over you In command of Scout Master J. It has seen him at work when he was keep you under the shadow .Moorman, the Boy Scouts of Lancas too ill to be in other than a sick all and wing until we meet again, ter are having the time of their lives room. He felt that it was his duty of his Your loving son, on the banks of Dix river near the to be there and there he remained, Willie P. Rogers, Danville Water works plant this his body racked with pain. Few M. G. Co., 52d, Infantry, week. They have delightful quar- would have stuck to it as he has American Expeditionary Forces, ters In the Club House near there done, but then there are very few New York and were n happy bunch when they like tho clever gentleman. That Mr, via left town last Monday morning. Penny will make a capital postmast Floyd Lt. A cablegram from The following composo the party; er, none who know his ability will for Wright, announces his safe arrival Sam Elliott, Earl Akcr, Henry moment doubt. A good business In France. He is well known here Moore, Elisha Carrier, Allle Sanders, man, methodical and painstaking, Cecil Henry, Wm. McGoffin, Paul and a gentleman ut all times, it is where he often visited his sister, Mrs. Carlton Elkln. He has already won Morrow, Heece Ilratton, Hamilton safe to say that he will be a fitting honors in the aviation service and Cox, J. It. Haseldcn, Everett successor to the gentleman who will we predict that he will be heard from and George Law-son- . in a few days or weeks give way to later. him. Congressman Helm is deserving of congratulation in his selec NOTICE. Garrard county friends have learn tion of postmasters for his home To owners of 1st and 2nd Liberty town, for he l.as never given It other ed with pleasure of the promotion of Lieut. C. Culliver Dawes, son of Dr. Loan ltomlj; All those who wish than the very best. and Mrs. II. A. Dawes of this county: these bonds converted to bonds bearhe has Just been elected Captain of ing i 4 per cent, will bring them CARD OF THANKS. his company, at Camp Sherman. to us before Sept. 1st, that we may list same and send them to be conWe wish to express our thanks and The promotion Is doubly honorable J. W. ELMORE, Cashier. gratitude to our friends and neigh- as he was elected captain of hU com verted. bors, who were so kind to us during pany of which he wus a member, indicating his popularity with his our recent sorrow. . PUBLIC SALE. brother soldiers. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dishon, I will offer for sale at my home at and family. Mrs, Bright Herring lias just re Buckeye, Ky., Saturday, August 24, ceived a letter from her ton, Pvt. at 10 o'clock, one fine saddle and FARM LOANS. Floyd K. Swope, In which he says he harness mare, six years old; one jerBegin now to arrange for January has been doing "his bit" in tho sey milk cow, five yean old) household and kitchen furniture. Terms loans. Ask about our new plans. No Marine Corps at the front, and that while for military reasons, he has to loan fee charged. made known on day of sale. suppress much that he would like to D. A. Thomas, Realty Agency. J. E. EDWARDS, Buckeye. The entertainment to be given by $1.60 a tear. the Kentucky Trio, at the school a sued Weekly. Auditorium, Friday evening August J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. 30th, promises to eclipse any thing R.L ELKIN. Local Editor nnd Mgr. heretofore given In Lnncnstcr along this line. Miss Francis Moore has prepared InttrM si the Toil Offlci In Lancaster, Kr some special negro folk songs that Second CUti Mall Msttct. will be highly enjoyable nnd as it is Member Kentucky Press Association given for the benefit of the local Red and Cross Chapter, the auditorium should Eighth District Publishers League. be filled to its doors. Tickets wilt Rates For Political Announcements be on sale next Saturday and will be sold for 35 cents. No scats will be fcj UarUKafu flats hJilmHaHa impart, anyway he can say that while the enemy has put his shock troops ngninst the American Marines, the COLUMN "squareheads" always say "kamer-ad- " when they see them coming. He Is a machine gunnir nnd Is proud of 2 the fact that he belongs to the tJ. S. M. C. He says if we folks, back A welcome letter home arc doing ns wall, and serving was receive from Willie P. Rogers, of Paint Lick our country ns faithfully, us the the first direct word since his safe ar "Sammies" over there, wi" will surerival overseas. He leaves a host of ly whip the Huns before very long. friends here, all of whom nre He Is well nnd wnnts to licar from glad to hear from him and to know friends In the good old U. S. A. that he Is enjoying good health. II His nildress is still is a splendid young man nnd will 15th. Co., 4th Sec, mnkc good, we dare say. In a Icttc fith Machine Gun B'n. A. K. F. to Mr. R. II. Ledford, In writing o via New York. his Sunday School, says; "How is the I think Sunday School progressing? Private Millard F. Carter, a forof It very often and pray God's bless mer Garrard county boy who left ings upon it and upon you in th here several years ngo and enlisted from California, writes nn interesting letter to his sisters here, announcing his safe arrival in France. He is a brother of Mrs. N'oali Marsec, Mrs. Luther Raney and Mrs. Florence Ballard, nil of this county. "Somewhere in France." July tlh. UH 8. Mrs, F Ballard anil Virginia Carter, Ilrantfvlllc, Ky.. My dear sisters:-- - t PaP-a KHAKI alw-a- 1 Suppose you received the card June several dns 'iigo announcing y safe arrival in Sunny Franco, but so fur the sunny part has been quite notlcenWe by It nlwenec, but have been favorable impressed by what It has been raining alt day and last night nnd the weather condition are very disagreeable at present but has not dampened our ardor to any extent we sure were n happy bunch when we left Camp Dcvens nnd none le seen here. the less hnppy when we landed over here and truly hope the same spirit follows us through this long struggle. I nm writing this letter to both as I have so many ,to write and so little time to del ute that 1 must save Till the time possible and such may e the case often In tho future so even If my letters nre addressed individually I do not feel thnt they nre sent in that spirit nnd want you both to accept them the same way. This is the first one I have written and you can see you have been well remembered my letters are all censored anil ns the censorship is so strict the subjects for letter writing is ery much limited nml should this fall below the usual standard I hope you'll pardon my feeble efforts nnd perhaps the next time I may be able to do better. States. Would like the very best to tell you nf my trip across tho Atlantic, my nrrivsl, where I nm nml etc., but such things nre strictly forbidden nnd you'll have to Walt until I return. Time was sure n bird of swift flight ns wo crossed the ocenn nnd the wenthcr conditions were ns near perfect ns could be expected nml I never once experienced the fnlntest feeling of rensickness but even so I could not call it n plcnsant voyage. Have not seen much of the country so far but will give you n brief description of what I have seen the one thing thnt impressed me most Is the smnll number of men to be seen. Very seldom do you see n man but what he is real old ami feeble ns nil the young fellows nre at the front, I'tid the women and children nre nil dressed in black. The more one see's of this the mure nnd more he becomes affected with the seriousness of this affair and I cannot help but deeply sympathize with the French people; far by may times more than any other nation engaged in It, The misery and poverty they have suffered is hardly to be believed and its a dirgrnrr the wny we waste nt home while they nre striving so hard to economize. From appearance of their surrounding they seemed to hnve never enjoyed one half the luxuries we have nml nre nbout a century behind the times thrir houses nre nil built of stone or concrete nnd nre the most ancient I ever snw I have not yet seen one built of wood. The farms arc similar to those in Mass., ns they arc divided into lots of two or three acres, and are fenced off with stone fences which is with grass, raspberry and shrub bushes ami the corner stones nre frequently marked with a huge cross. The soil seems to be unusually fertile, but the only grain I have seen is wheat and oats but the gardens arc very nice. Some of the children speak fair English but the older ones only say "wi wi" (wee wee) which means yes, yes. They seem to keep n cheerful disposition, despite the many hardship they have and still endure and greet n U. S. soldier with n cheerful smile ns he goes by. The U. S. flag float from most all the houses or in fact is more than the other Jlags and there is no doubt but what the French will always have n welcome spot in their henrt for the United I nm under n great handicap In not being able to speak any French but will try to mnstcr It and will no doubt nbuse it severely while here. Some of the words nre practically the same ns In English nnd I don't think It will be so hard to lenrn nftcr nil. Will have to close now nml want you both to remember thnt even If my tetters nre censored yours will not be nnd nobody will ever complain of them 'being too long so don't forget. don't want any of you to ever 1 worry over me nnd even though thousands nnd thousands of mile sepnrates us I will be with you often in my thoughts and will get along fine and will he well satisfied in my In nddresslng letters you rnn make a chango by putting "Private" Instead of "Mr." and mid "via New York" to American Expeditionary Forres nnd don't forget to put your name and adWith nn abundress on envelope. dance of love nnd best v'jhei. to nil I will say goodbye, Write soon. Lovingly, P'vt. .Millard F. Carter Co. C, 33rd. Engineers. Gasoline Trouble? Kliinimilcil hy using nn Entorf Water; Separating Gasoline Filter. (iiiaranlrrd to Uke out all water, dirt and foreign subatanre fromfgasoline or Filters 10 gallons a minute. krtosine. Price $3 !) each. Offset spouls for inset tanks fjOcts extra. Delivered an) where upon receipt of price. E.G.RICHTER DISTRIBUTOR I1C South Second St. Lonisnlle, Kr. Public Sale Having sold my farm, I will on the premises, 8 miles from Lancaster, on Richmond Pike, near Manse, Ky., on Friday, Sept 6th '18 at ten o'clock, A. M., sell all my personal property, to wit- :2-y- One pair mare mules, 4 and 5 years old; two old draft mares; One harness mare; one aged brood mare in foal; nine cows with calves at side, 4 jerseys; three sows with pigs; five brood sows, to farrow; 30 shoats, about 125 pounds; one boar, weight about 300 pounds; 1 three year old registered bull; 10 tons baled hay; 200 bales of straw; about 100 barrels of corn; 118 bushels selected seed wheat. One wheat drill and fertilizer; one Deering Mower; 1 hay rake, new; binder; plows; harness; buggy; buckboard and harness; Cream Separa tor; One Buick Six, 1917 Touring Car, in good condition to be delivered shortly after sale. One handsome old Rosewood piano, suited for Library Table. Household and kitchen furniture. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. DINNER ON THE GROUND. fire. Florence E. Walker. For any information call Jim Wo ods or Woods Walker. The Central Record, Thu rsday, Aug 22, 1918. Mr. Sam Joseph of Cincinnati is Little Miss Willie Alleen Bastln, the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, who has been quite sick for the past week is Improving. Miss Viola Beagle of Georgetown Is the attractive guest of Mrs., Boone Miss Willie Mac Calico has returnSanders. ed to her home at Manse nftcr a visit with her cousin, Miss Cora Bryant. Mrs. Ilcttlo Moore of Liberty Ky Prof, P. II. Hopkins has returned is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. Tl. from Camp Taylor where he visited Wilkinson. his brother who is in the service Mrs. L. T, Wilson, of Itichmond, is there. hero for n visit to her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. George Robinson and Mrs. R. L. N. Miller. II. Batson have returned from a most Miss Annie Margaret Elkln has re delightful trip to Wisconsin and turned home after a week's visit to Chicago. friends at Lebanon. Miss Billy Sanders has returned Miss Dodo Bourne has returned home after spending ten days with home after a month's visit to rela- her sister, Mrs. J. J. Purslcy, in tives at Stanford and Lexington. Louisville. Master Ilristow Conn, Jr., of Dan Mr. George Walker and charming ville, is visiting his grand-parentbride of Bowling Green, were guests Mr. ami Mrs. J, II. Conn, this week. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. (). Rig Mrs. John Shackelford and chil ney, and family. drcn have returned' home after a Mrs. T. M. Wilson has returned to month's stay In KIchmoTid with rein her home in Bowling Green after n tives. pleasant visit to her parents, Mr. nnd Miss Lillian K. Kstes and cousin, Mrs. J. It. Mount. Miss Elizabeth Estes, spent the week Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy of end with relatives at Itichmond and Indianapolis, are here for a several Waco. lays visit to Lnncnstcr ami Garrard Miss Nancy Hunn has returned to friends ami relatives. her home in Stanford after spending Mr. ami Mrs. C. I. Morgan and cevcral days with Miss I.illie Mne interesting children, Kathcrine and Sutton. Ruby, have returned after a months of visit to relatives nt Krcdonia. Mrs. Ike Dunn and children Lexington, and Miss Edna Gulley of been has Mrs. Saulley Hughes Canada, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. quite sick nt her home on Rishmond D. Gulley. street for the past week. We arc glad to report that she is better this Miss Itebecca Williams will leave morning. shortly for Cincinnati to buy goods Misses Mnyme nnd Virginia Good by Miss will be accompanied and loe, of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Minerva Cox. Lillard and daughter, of HarrodsMrs: Ada Kinnaird left Wednesburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ga., day for her home in Atlanta, W. .0. Goodloc. last Thursday. after spending several weeks with Miss Margaret Cnrr of St. Lou,s, relatives here. Mo., who was the popular trimmer Mrs. Karris Yeager and Miss Ella for Mrs. Joe Francis last season, will Mae Hourne were the guests last arrive soon and have charge of the week of Miss Margaret Sampson at trimming department again this Harrodsburg. season. Misses Elizabeth I'ilcher of Louis Mrs. Luther Burdettc entertained viile and Dorothy Iteid, of Danville, Friday at a six o'clock dinner in arc the beautiful visitors of Miss honor of her guests. Misses Willie Margaret Cook. Virgie Lee Mae Calico of Manse, of and Cora Iliyant of Lancaster nnd Mr. Hen Ballard and family Cincinnati, are the guests this week Mr. Zack Hester of Manse. of Mr. 0. T. Italian! and family, on Cards received by friends of Mrs. Stanford street. Georcc Robinson shows that she was Miss Mary Hunter, of Quitman, not only shown a great honor, but a Ga., will be the charming guest of great time at the National Sneakers at Bryants-ville- Convention at Lake Geneva, Wis., Miss Mnyme Ballard, from which place she returns this next week. week. A little Red Cross Nurse has arMiss Edna Bcrkele will give a pic rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. It, C. Henry. The, little Miss has been nic Saturday evening nt Kings Mill in honor of Misses Gertrude Wallingchristened Louise. ford, of Cynthiana, Ada Hardesty of and Fort Thomas, Margaret Smith Miss Gertrude McQuerry of brother, Charlie, of Jessamine, spent Jcllico, Tenn., and Viola Beagle, of Sunday with Misses Lillian and Georgetown. Eulalah Montgomery. .Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Embry and lit Misses Mary and Carrie Iteid, who tle daughter .Ituth, went to Elixir visiting Springs yesterday for a stay of ten Indianapolis, have been in bry their sister, Mrs. William White, days. has been "under have returned home. the weather" for several weeks and his friends hope to see the change Miss Margaret Cook ami visitors, beneficial to his health. Misses Iteid and I'ilcher, attended Springs and the dance nt Graham Miss Martha Ward Sweeney has Itichmond last week. returned home after spending the summcrvacation In Chicago with her Mr. Clay Miller, who holds a good nunt, Mrs. Howard Hoeing. She was position In Chicago arrived home accompanied home by Mr. nnd Mrs. Sunday night for n short visit to his Hoeing, who will spend several weeks mother, Mrs. Dora Miller. with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. Mr. J. E. Robinson entertained Judge and Mrs. William Duncan, the executive committee of the Gar of Louisville, nnd their grand-daugrard County Council of Pefensc'u't ter, Mrs. Charles Illdgcly Lee, of East his home last Tuesday evening. Orange, N. J were guests for a few- Mr. and .Mrs. Talbert Jenkins, I'. J. days of Mayor John M. Duncan and They return Bogie and Mrs. T. O. Hill were in iliss Jennie Duncan. Bohon, Ky., Wednesday, the guests ed to Louisville last Monday afternoon. of Mr. S. R. Tenter and family. Welsh & Wiseman FINAL RIDDANCE Co's pleasant guests. At the strains of the wedding march, the bride and her bridesmaid came down the stairway between white ribbons held by Misses Eliza beth Barnes and Marion Wood ami formed the reception line In the parlor. After hearty good wishes were showered upon the bride elect. each guest registered In the hall in a beautiful brides book. Among the guests from a distance, were Mrs. Barnes, nunt of Miss Eldridge, Miss Isnbcll West of Lexington, who is one of the bridesmaids, Miss Joe Faulkner, of Baltimore, Miss Dorothy Rcid, of Danville and Miss Elizabeth I'ilcher, of Louisville, and Miss Mnrgnrie Fox, guest nf Miss Mnry Mac Walker. Delicious refreshments wore serv. cd in the dining room throughout the SUMMER GARMENTS. STARTING every remaining Summer Garment goes on sale at prices so low as to be positively ridiculous. Owing to the innumerable small lots it is hardly possible to quote prices, but you will find the garments all grouped on racks and bargain tables marked in plain figures for easy choosing. to-da- y, -- afternoon. i Classified Column RATESi Single insertions lc n word No nd taken for less than 20c in this column. No nds in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of live. Phone orders must be paid promptly. 5 We must make room for our rapidly arriving Fall Stocks, make any selection at Give-awa- y Prices. Lots of our finest garments remain, including- so we simply say COME to-da- y, End-of-Seas- Sl r ts i 123 WHITE TUB SKIRTS 37 TAFFETA SILK SKIRTS 1U VAm-- l 31 LIS. orvlrv 1 3 20 SILK DRESSES Dresses 48 GINGHAM DRESSES 27 LINEN and Voile Dresses 15 Organdie and Net Dresses 35 CLOTH COAT SUITS 12 TAFFETA SILK SUITS 9 LARGE LADIES SUITS 187 WHITE VOILE WAISTS ORGANDIE WAISTS WaiStS 33 SILK WAISTS 48 FOR SALE: Millet seed. 14 Bushels German J. E. Robinson. FOR SALE: Several pieces of old fashioned furniture. Call this office. FOR SALE Mirror, 3 ft by 1 Call 209 or this office for Suits particulars. FOR RENT avenue. My home on Maple Mrs. Eliza Hill. All the above will be offered at mere fractions worth. of their A car load of stock FOR SALE: ewes and feeding hogs. Phone 308-Jns. Robison. FOR SALE: Roan yearling registered extra good shorthorn bull. Woods Walker, Paint Lick. Ky. 30 bushels of Sweet FOR SALE: Clover Seed, $6.50 per bushel. See me Court day. Stephen L. Sutton. Six shares of NaFOR SALE: tional Bank of Lancaster stock, Mrs. Margaret H. Francis, pd. Stanford Ky. WELSH Waiter & WISEMAN CO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. WMWHHMWMWHtMMMWMWMMMMMHMMIMt A. Wood Mower S65. Mailable! ; 1 Range S85. Cast Ranges S50. Gossip About People vNN? Comlofi For year 1919: farm For particuacres. lars and terms call or see, A. W. Knvnnaugh. FOR RENT: containing 123 , Mention ol 5 and 10 Disc Wheat Drills and Harrows, Oliver Rid-- L A Uriel LyThoic Wt the Arc Ginagj ing and Walking Plows, the best thats made. Five ton iitlers Scales. Depot Carriage Cheap. American Fence Mr. untl Mrs. G, M. , !ntmltd nJ In. A handsome set of FOR SALE: walnut furniture, some antique furniture, and n hand vncum cleaner. All Inquire at this in good condition. "J." R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. ft. S. HATFIEbD, j Cincinnati, Lyons arc in this week on business. office. MONEY TO LOAN: On farm lands. Six per cent interest, long Money furtime and easy terms. II. G. Skiles, nished promptly. Crab Orchard, Ky. Bids for the New WANTED Buckeye School House. Bids must Plans bo in by noon August 31st. and specifications will be at the County Clerks office. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. Weber, is the the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, for a few lays. Sin. J. V. Miss Angic Klnnairtl has returned home after a several months stay in. Indianapolis. Mrs. Jennie West left Monday for Middlcsboro where the will visit Mrs. Joe Knulkner. Mrs. It. II. llatson and daughter, Miss Cecil, are visiting relatives in Crab Orchard. Mr. Richard Buckner Spindle has Dentist phones Strayed from Mrs. Bob Cox place about the last of July, a yearling heifer, part Jersey, has white hind J&neeaw. bunciistcr, KjJ. joined his wife for a visit to Mr. and .Mrs. It. K. McRoberts. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. Mr. und Mrs. W. F. Champ and Mr. Knimctt Broaddus of Wilmoro is a visitor at the home of Mr. ad daughters, Misses Rcrnice and Hazel have returned home after a motor Mrs. Cronley llronddus. trip to Illinios and other points. Misses Helen and Martha Gill left Miss Rebecca Williams of Bristol, Tuesday for Cincinnati, for a visit Tenn., is visiting her brother, Mr. to Miss Georgia Strong. Pendleton Williams, and futhcr, Mr. Miss Keith Itansdall, of Lexington, John Williams, on Lexington street. is the attractive i;uest of Miss Pearl Mrs. Sam Haselden nnd son, Dun Dickcrson, on Maple Avenue. can, and Mrs. Henley Bastln and U Little James Milton Henry has re tlo daughter, Murjoric, motored to turned homo after n weeks stay with Nlcholasvlllc. Tuesday and spent th his cousin, Karl. Ward Clark. day. Mrs. Ellen Tevis, left this week for Mesdames Luln Johnson, W. A. Missouri, to be with her daughter, Price, Misses Edna Bcrkele, Mamie after a visit to Mrs. II. P. Hudson. Stormes Dunn und Florence Johnson the past Mr, Charlie Sunders, who has been were visitors In Danville in Akron, Ohio, for tome time is vis. week. itinK hi' mother, Mrs. Sanders. Dunn will Miss Mayme Stormes week-enCapt. Frank Walker, wife uud son, have for her guests this of Camp Taylor, are visiting his Misses Gertrude Wallingford of Cynthlana, and Ada Hardesty of Fort mother, Mrs. J, Wade Walker. Thomas. Mrs. Shelby Allen has returned to Miller of Mr. and Mrs. Selman her home in LaGrango after A weeks Louisville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ilristow visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mount. Conn of Danville, spent Sunday with Mr. James Nevius left Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn on Richnight for n visit to his sister, Mrs. mond street. A, II, llarned, at Lebunon Junction. Miss Anna Miller, accompanied by Miss Allie Arnold has returned little Miss Lillian Miller, of Charles home after a pleasant visit to her ton, West Va., are here for a short brother, Mr. Jesse Arnold at Frank- - visit to their parents, and grand parfort. ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. legs and some white on side. Any information will bo rewarded by notifying John Best, Crab Orchard, K. Mrs. Boone Sanders gave a six F. D. No. 2. o'clock dinner Wednesday in honor FOR SALE: I have in stock one of her guest. Miss Viola Beagle Silo 12x30, Clear Oregon Fir, one Those present were: Misses Florence piece staves, capacity 80 tons, which Maymo Stormes Johnson, Dunn, I will sell at u great bargain. Drop Ruth Carrier, Carrie Belle Romans, me a enrd or call phone 199, Stannnd ford, Ky., at my expense. Billy Sanders, Edna Berkclc Christine Sanders. W. P. Kincold. It Is very gratifying to the friends FOR SAJ.E: S07 of Blue of Glass II. Carrier to learn that he Grass land in Mercer acres on county the is recovering from a severe operation pike, between Buenu Vistn und Bur-gi-n. nt Fort Bliss, Texas. He will be This farm Is the best bargain confined to the hospital for several in Mercer or Garrard county, at the weeks. His father, Mr. W. S. Car price asked,. For particulars, call on rier is with him nnd will remain for or write, J. It. Abner, Buena Vista, several days longer. Ky. The following were with Mr. und FOR SALE: The -Mary B. PresMrs. W. B. Montgomery Wednesday; Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Montgomery and ton farm, on Kentucky river, near child, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. 0. Montgom- the mouth of Sugar Creek, containery and children, Mr. and Mrs. J, J. ing about 100 acres. About 75 acres Montgomery, Mrs. Elgan Montgom In good state of cultivation. $700 ery, Mrs. Lee Thompson, Mr. and or $800 worth of locust posts on Mrs. E. D. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. farm, also five room house, stock barn and three acre tobacco barn. McAroy, of Ravcnwood, Mo. U. G. Preston, Agent. Mrs. Woods Wulker was at home Monday afternoon, from 4:30 to 0, FOR SALE OR TRADE: About CCO acres of Knox County coal and in honor of the popular bride-elec- t, Miss Jeannette Eldridge. timber lund; right on L. & N. RailThe beautiful colonial country road and State road. Has four houshome, with its spacious rooms, fur- es and can be divided to suit purchasnished with rare antiques and beau- er. For further particulars apply to tifully decorated and lighted with Mrs. J, A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., candles, was a fitting back ground Route No. 1. Phone 337-B- . to the happy wedding party and The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 22, 1918. AMERICANS ASKED TO ; LIMIT USE OF SUGAR Must Use No More Than Two Pounds Per4 Person a Month if the Present Meagre Allied Sugar Ration Is Maintained. Stocks Will Be Short Until Beginning of New Year Ration May Be Enlarged Then. ; Hotel al Auction! lJlllllllllllllllHlliilllll I will be ready for the review of tin , Ises to be the most thrilling exhibition crowds and the awarding of premiums; of her career. She will go after the the decorations will be at their crisp-- altitude record and will attempt to out-esthe stock placidly In line, the ( do even her own diziy score In looping-amusemefeatures avaliahlu to the MIDWAY AT STATE FAIR On account of the health of both myself and .wife we Have deckled to retire from active business and wiil sell our hotel and restaurant business to the highest bidder on the above date. ' 'THE KENGARLAN HOTEL IS A MODERN FOUR STORY BRICK BUILDING AND SUNDAY PROGRAM WITH GREAT LARGE BASEMENT UNDER BUILDING WHICH REALLY MAKES A FIVE STORY BUILDING. CONCERT WILL OPEN STATE FAIR It has 26 bed rooms, with large parlor, 2 dining rooms, one for the restaurant the other for Hotel, however adjoining and connecting, large kitchen, five large sample rooms in basement, bojler 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 Three hundred voice In massed visitors, anu the whole as spick and span as a regiment on parade. bid, the business lot facing on Richmond street will be sold separately. The hotel furniture chorus, an elaborate sacred concert by Tne concert which will be offered Thavlu's Band of forty accomplished and stock of goods in Restaurant and Confectionery will not be sold at this sale but will make , b Tharlu'i Hand, bis vocal stars and musicians, a wonderful program of f 'ne good "price and terms to purchaser of hotel property. 'Xw'ph cal specialties by the star, of Interna'f"1"1"9 an ,, , , , per day and as any man will tell you are uU ... Rates $3 u.. - ,n Splendid vutu. well--" elaborate affair.theAssociation n ben and frequentlyand $3.50secure rooms outside travelingcare of our trade. we Had full all the totime the band, as well as a number of attrac,ion enarrlngng expected to take have to known singers claiming Louisville as given the Fair by Fred. O. N'eutiel. one large our building, in fact have the plans for same at this time and have the ground which will be home, and two spectacular, thrilling of Louisville's singers and flights by the aviatrlx, music patrons, and the voices to figure sold with the building. some of the features la the Jubilate Chorus will Include Ruth Law, are Lancaster is located on the L. and N. R. R. and is one of the best towns in Central Kentucky, scheduled for the grand Sunday Con- such noted singers as Flora Marguerite cert celebration, September S, which Uertclle, .Marie Siedfrled, Leo Sanda population of about 2000, in one of the richest counties in the State. The Kengarlan is the will precede the official opening of the man and Fred O. N'eutiel. The flights of Ituth Law will be two only Hotel in Lancaster. Will gladly compare receipts with any Hotel in the State located in a sixteenth annual Kentucky State Fair, in Louisville, on Monday, September 9 In number on Sunday, as well as twice town with a population of five thousand. The big show Itself will be all ready dally on the week days of the Fair. In gala attire for the launching on Miss Law, who has won Terms one third cash October 1st, when possession is given, balance one and two years with Monday, and few could want a more fame by reason of her aerial work, as G per cent, interest on deferred payment with lien retained. $1000 cash payment or approved picturesque sight than the great ex- well as by the splendid service she has hibition as It rests In cap a pie order rendered the United States Governbond.on day of sale. for the activities of the week days, ment In enlistment campaigns and lied Any further particulars call or address The myriads of departments and shows cross crusades, will give what prom THE-ENTIRE Two inii if misar n nmntli luilf n pounil a week that I' I In' sugar the U. S. Food AdnilnUirallim ha asked every American In obv-n- e until January I, l'.HI'. In order tn make urc then' shall he enough for our Army iin.l N.ivy. fur the Allied armies uml for tin- - Chilians of tlnxi- - nniloni. I!y New Ve.ir's the world weir sit uation will be relieved somewhat by tliu new crop. Cuban sugar uf this Star's crop will be arriving lu tills country. Ihery iiiiill.ittle sugar source will lie drn ii on by Ihe Food Administration during the next inter month to maintain siidlcleiit stocks here lo keep up During Ocour national sugar-suppltober the Brat American- - I 'fit miliar lly the will nrrlte in tlie markets, middle of November tionie of our Louisiana cane crop will be available. All of this sugar uml more may be needed to keep this nation supplied on a reduced ration and to safegumd the Allied sugar ration from still further t reduction, In Kiit-op- e the preent ra Hon N already reduced to n tiiliiluium Our Situation. The situation which the I'nlted State fare In Its efforts to maintain a fair distribution of sugar to the Al tied world Is as follows: Sugar supplies throughout the coun. try. In homes, stores, factories and bakeries are at a low ebb. We must make Increased sugar shipments to the Allies. Production of American beet and Louisiana cane crops have been dlsap pointing. Porto Rico crops havo been cur tailed. Immense sugar stocks In Java can not be reached on account of the ship ping shortage; ships art needed for troop movements and munitions. Army and Navy sugar requirements have Increased as well as those,from the Allies. Most Industries using sugar have had ; their allotment reduced by some will recelre no sugar. Households should make every ef' fort to present the fruit crop without sugar, or with small amounts of sugar. Later, when the sugar supply Is larger, the canned fruit may be sweetened us It Is uied. HH2jfisMaaaaal . THE KENGAELAN, LANCASTER, Kt. Saturday, Aug 24th, at 2:30 P W. to-'- - . " world-famou- s I world-wid- e , 10.000 ENGAGE IN CLUB WORK ?. Zmmer or J. S. Haselden, IT.OI'IUF.TOR The Midway of a fair Is where the people play and the Midway of the 1918 Kentucky State Fair, to be held in Louisville the week of September 914, gives promise of being one of tho most thoroughly delightful, amusing and diversified "Pathways of Pleasure" that State Fair crowds have ever attended, (luarantee of unalloyed enjoyment Is offered In the fact that the street will be manned on either side by the great array of fea'ure shows touring under the Johnny J, Jones banner, livery one posted In regard to Midway attractions Is aware of the fact that there Is no Midway organization in the country which can boast a better, cleaner or brighter line-u-p of s than the Johnny J. Jones array, and the "Pike" of 1918 Is, therefore, certain to be a murhsought section of the Fair, Here the shuws will present fronts of dazzling gold and myriad colors, topped by flags and ban-tier- s and pennants and gay with the quips and quirks of the "barkers" and the many bands which distinguish the From the great wild Jones' at ray. animal exhibit which heads the list of twenty-twJones shows to the village of Lilliputians, who demonstrate their by remarkable perform' cleverness ances, the Jones shows are supreme lu Interest. It Is the Jones polclan and icy to Include everything any other can boast and to keep Midway line-uwell' In the ran of the balance of the purveyors, and by this policy It Is claimed that visitors to the Midway this year will be regaled with novelties and features never witnessed In a Midway before. lioya and girls in Kentucky to the number of 10,000 are engaged In Club Work, which Includes pig, corn, calf, and poultry raising, added to which Is canning for the girls.. Exhibits of the to war time Industry of these youngsters in In keeping with the million or who. more children throughout the country in devoting themselves to service, will be made at the Kentucky State Fair, to be held In Louisville the week of September Over $1,000 has been offered In prizes and a number of special premiums listed, among the most PAINT LICK Interesting of which Is Governor Stanley's proffer of three purebred Tarn-wort- h Master John White Morgan Is vis- pigs to the winner of the pig itlm- - F.rnrst Wnnils Jr. club worWfor 1918. They will be on I exhibition at the Fair In an ornately Mis j I'ayu Howard of Hell county your decorated booth and will be hotly con- Now Is the lime to plant is visiting her nunt, Mrs. A. II, Wynn. tested for. Oiuhnrtl, I.iiwii uml Oanlen. Mrr. Kobcrt Wnlker was the guest cntulni! of of Miss llelle Denny in Stanford last I The total aggregate of premium Our Thursday, money listed In the catalogue for the reliable . . 1918 Kentucky State Fair to he held Mr. unj Mrs. John Stewart lire ' In Louisville the week of September over the arrival of u boy on Is (78,000. It has been decidthe 17th. ed by the Kentucky State Fair mau Mr. nml Mrs. John Wynn went to agement to pay all prize moneys of Louisville Saturday to visit friends at S5 and less In Thrift Stamps and War K.ivtnrs Rtamni. and those rerelriii! Camp Taylor. vSeed Popremiums In amounts over 15 will r- - ' Mrs. F.dil Walker of Kmlnence wui of the sums In War Hav-- 1 celve 2S the guest of Mrs. Robert Walker one Ings Stamps and Thrift Stamps. I)y day last week. reason of this plan It Is estimated that etc , Is free upon Inquiry. Miss .Florence Johnson, of Lancasapproximately (35,000 of the premium awards for the Kentucky Sta'te Fair Write for free Catalogue. No Afits ter was the truest of Mrs. It. L. Arof 1918 will be paid In War Savings nold the past week. and Thrift Stamps, and the war budget Mr. and E. Anderson of & Sons. Youngstown, Mrs. It. are the guests of of the Government be Increased Ohio, relatives near here. Lexington, Kentucky. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Will appreciate it if my friends among the traveling public and hotel men will aid me in sebuy the Kengarlan, as I believe that I have one of the best paying curing a good hotel man Would consider small hotels the State and will be glad to produce evidence to one interested. Central Kentucky as part payment. farm PLEASE DISPLAY IN HOTEL LOBBY. TREES ntp Miss Ilentley Willintns of near Richmond is the Kuest of her cousins Miss Willie Williams. Mr, and Mrs. T, It. Slavin returned from Rattle Creek Michigan, where they spent several weeks. lius us his Mr. J. T. Thompson jruests, his son Rev. William Thompson and family of Indiana. . Miss Virginia Conn of Wilmoro nnd Miss Muudu Conn of IjuicuiUt, were tho guests last week of Mrs. Sarah Rucker. Mrs. Fred Morse has returned to her home In (irvcnville Illinois, delightful visit to her dnugh' after a tcr, Mrs. Ilnrry McWhoiter. Small Fruitfc. Shi ubs. Graoe, Evergreens. AsoaraRtiSj Fruitand bhade res Mr. Roy Swnnner has returned to Mrs. Woods Wnlker enterlulned his home at How linn nftcr a few very delightfully Monday afternoon days visit with his aunts, Mrs. Vina' in honor of Miss Jeanette F.ldridge. McWhorter and Mrs. A. Il Kstridge. Lieut. Dr. Frank Walker hus JoinBallard's Mls.d F..d and Pure s ed his wife and son here for u Whsst Bran Is the blt. Compare It visit to his mother, Mrs. 1'. B. with other kinds and for yours!!, Walker. Hudson, Hughs! and Farnau, Mr. J. II. Woods, Mrs. Durdette Mrs. Robert Walker entertained Ramsey, Mrs. Rice Woods and J. U. Wednesday morning- in honor of Miss Woods, Jr., motored to Danville on Jeanette Eldrldge, the occasion beWednesday. ing a "kitchen shower". Many Mrs. Author Riddell had us her beautiful and useful utensils of guests last week, Mrs. W. R. Riddell aluminum ware were contributed. of Kingston and Mrs. Wm. Winburn 120 guests were present and a delightful social hour spent. of Lexington. tatoes, Strawberries, U.F.Hillenmeyer The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 22 1918. BABY FARMS, BUILDING LOTS, RICHMOND AT SI RESIDENCE FRIDAY, AUG 30th at 10 a. m. 70 acres of fertile level land, known as die Dr. Herrinj? estate, located in suburbs of Lancaster, Ky., just off Richmond Street, and fronting Hamilton Avenue. This land is in h stale of cultivation, ready for Hemp, Corn or Tobacco, only 20 acres under plow, 4 acres best growing alfalfa in county. DON'T MISS IT. SOUVENIRS AND VALUABLE PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. MUSIC BY BAND. hi-r- Will Positively Be Sold for The High Dollar in Tracts from 4 to 20 Acres -- . IMPROVEMENTS:-- 2 live room newly built dwellings, concrete silo, everlasting springs and city wator in barn too. 1 large tobacco and stock barn combined, 1 large new tobacco barn, 1 large JUST WHAT YOU ABE LOOKING FOE, 1000 FEET of BUILDING LOTS suitable for business or residence property, fronting Hamilton Avenue, just off Richmond Street, minutes walk to Public Square. Hamilton Avenue, becoming densely populated, all white, owning their homes, is high and breezy and has a natural drainage. , It ."' EXCEPTIONAL TERMS:-T- he owner has other business requiring his full tim.e and offers this property for the high dollar on the . exceptional terms of 4 cash when possession given and balance in and 4 years. RESIDENCE:-!mmediately RICHMOND STREET after the sale of the above property we will offer the attractive newly built and modern S room residence now owned and occupied by Henley Bastiru Mr. Bastin is going to the country or to war. Possession Jany 1st or maybe sooner. o 1-- -3 The United Eealty O. T. Company, I ! of Wilmington N. : n C. Wallace, Manager. V V) For further particulars see D. A. Thomas. Costly Law Proceedings. Tin- - folly nf ruhlnc in the law to settle every llltle illpttti- - Is iltiimn-Mrnte- d by nil nptlitn between two twitter fur 11 mm if 2. After Ileitis I" roiirt fur 11 jonrs, It wn-pnil rnil liy being referred tn nrhltrntor, l who decided In finer of tin- - defendant In tin' nml ordered the illntllT Ig iny nil the costs Incurred In the priK-c- i dings, which were iissewd at Optimistic Thought. The traveler with empty pookoti will sin? In the presence of n robber. China's Dig Canal. The Imperial Canal of China ha n total length of 2,100 miles, which exceed", that of any other In tho world. Productive Banana. The hannmi produces lo the ncre 4( time" M'tmich food as the potato nnf l.TO times nt much as wheat. Baldness Dlamed to Teeth. According tn u Pari physician, pre mature baldness Is duo to some trou ble with the teeth. Ep.--- V" i I i SPECIAL Men N 111 I (!) ni, s 0 Silk I Shirts $5.00 li'i (. I. (!) Imilon Tltdllts. To The Tax Payers of : : Garrard County: Under the law you are required lo come to my office and list your property. As the time is limited, you are requested to call at Very Respectfully, once. o NOTICE : GOVERNMENT SENDS AN URGENT CALL 11 i i Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. l!) I:) e The tyrsldent of the Commission recently wired: Travels Far. "Need for stenographers and lyp-l- it It I" not poIMe tn know how far at Waihington grows more acute daily Increase effort all possible." the Influence of nny Vimlnbte, honest duty-doinman Hows out Into The Government nml nil business hearted, concerns are short five hundred tho world. Dkken. thousand bookkeepers and stenogra- A. T. SCOTT, Co. Tax Commissioner Great Iceland Coal Fields. Tho Iceland coal fields will Kupply tons eijuol In quality tc tho Scottish coal. lSn.000,000 ft (I a pher, and arc offering beginners MM 01 In ALL YOU a NEED WHEN salaries never before heard of. The Government drafted our Civ Mookkecping Set, and about KKJHTV-KIVper cent of the stenographers write tho Shorthand system that wo teach TI1K 1IKST evidence that our cour- scs are the HEST. Take, HY MAIL, our eight-wecks- 1 Course or our Simplified Shorthand Course, the latter course consisting of T1IIHTY I.KSSONSnnd r guar-ante- e you from $85. to $125. a month ni soon as you qualify. Mon Two hun ey back if not satisfied. dred thousand satisfied, money-ma- t Clip, fill out, Ink' former students. and send us the following coupon COUPON Draughon- - College, Nashville,T. Send me, KRKK, your book on Home Study, nml tell mo about your new plan of teaching the plan whereby it is KASY to learn HY MAIL. ..ookkecplnc, Shorthand, Penmanship, etc. This notice was clipped from Tho Central Kceord, lncuster, Ky. Yours truly, (Name) What She Wanted. "My Ideal Mild the girl who hnd been rending beni novels, "must be n strum:, silent limn, full of grit and nhle In bear th bent and burden of the day without flinching one who will not hear n 'word mid about me and who will not utter nn ni0 unkind word hlniclf" "What want I a deaf nml dumb coal beaver," murmured her friend. I Women ! 9 TOUCHING ACT. Practice of Kind Words. u now pla without tho us muvle and du lint think what notei you strike, tboucli once you picked them out by slow and patient toll, so If you begin of set purpose, you will learn the law of klmlueas In ulleranco so perfectly that It will bo second nature to J "ii nnd make more mulc In your life Ihnn all tho soncs tho sweet-e- t voice has ever sunc I'rances 13. Wllliird. Jir--t "I sufPublic. Kr--: fered with, rilnful...", she writes. "I cot down with a weakness In my led; and limbs. ..I felt helpless nnd ..I bad about Clven up bores of ever beins well una In. when a friend Insisted I to Hero Is (i me-raBiili'crlnff t.ol--1 3, from W. T. Trice, of Mrs. " Aid French Woman Ask to Tend Ameri- Gasoline Oil ami Tires Remember the Rex Garage KINNAIRD BROTHERS, Proprietors. - HUPMOBILE, CHANDLE. DODGE (Address) Connie Meant Duslnesi. can Graves. Iniiiilp takes'xery practical Mews or her parents' promise". The other day Aged French women in the to silence n fit of rrjluir. Her mother in the renr'of the American promised her a new doll, "What shall sector in I'icardy have asked and re- we call her, Connie" she said, taking ceived permission to take care of one tho little elrl on her knee. "Never or more craves of American soldiers. mind her name, momma," cried Connie, This tribute is all tho more impres- looking at her mother out of tho cor eye. "We'll find a name for sive because it comes from peasant ner of her her when when she's bujed." women, most of whom have been robbed of their husbands uud sons Changes in Modern Face. by the war nnd have had u bard time The tendency of the modern face, The Affection to sustain themselves. with which the villagers regard the according 'to 1'rof. James Keith, lecAmericans is most pathetic ut times. turer on unthroiHilogy at tho Itoyal Institute, London, Knglnnd. U to beThe difficulty of language is swept come wedge-shnped- , with u longer, narshare the rower and more prominent nose. Prom aside and the villagers American sorrows and Joys. In the inences above the eyes are disappear villages where American troops are Inf. nnd tho brow Is becoming smooth billeted and which are in constant and of an even contour. TIiomi changes danger from enemy shells the Ameri- In the human fare, declared the sciencans share their gas masks with the tist, are due to changes In methods of peasants and teach them how to use mastication from the earlier days of the human rare. them. Take 1 Tho I Woman's Tonic le-3- n Cardul, In wbllo I taw a marked difference. , I grew stronger right along, and It cured me. I am stouter than I havo teen In years." If you suffer, you ran appreciate what It means to bo otrong and veil. Thousands of women civs Cardul tho credit for tbclr good health. It should help you. Try Cardul. At all E-druggists. a thort Jo I The Central Record, Thursday. Aug 22 1918. 99 999 99 Saturday, August 24th AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M., I WILL SELL AT a a a a m a a a o A Public For AUCTION Of Butler 240 Acres J. L. e Land Also a Lot of Live Stock and FARM IMPLEMENTS : Will be sold in TWO OR THREE TRACTS OF 100, 120 OR 140 ACRES. OR AS A WHOLE TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. TWO SETS OP IMPROVEMENTS. County, Kentucky, near theBoyle County line,5 2 miles from Danville, 5 miles from Stanford, on the short LOCATION pike running from Danville and Stanford pike to the Danville and Hustoinville pike, one half mile from the Danville and Stanford pike DESCRIPTION land is FRESH and FERTILE and in a high state of cultivation. Crops as follovs:-6- 5 acres in corn, 50 acres of wheat and barley, 13 acres of tobacco, 28 acres of hemp, 5 acres of cow peas and potatoes, BALANCE IN GRASS AND CLOVER. 1-This Nearly all the Land in Cultivation Broken out of BLUE-BRA- SS SOD this year : a o n 25 acres WILL BE PLOWED READY for the purchaser to sow in wheat or other small grain. Bungalow of 5rooms, porches all around; 7 acre tobacco barn, cribs, ice house, dairy house, large stock barn, IMPROVEMENTS: stock scales, and other out buildings. The other improvements consist of a 5 room bungalow, porches, 7 2 acre tobacco and stock barn, 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 CONVENIENT FIELDS. Everlasting water in every field. Springs are all equipped with LARGE CONCRETE WATER TROUGHS. This land has been well taken care of and is ready to "PUNCH." SEEING IS BELIEVING. LOOK AT THE GROWING CROPS and be CONVINCED. The land isgently 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-- s 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 old cattle, 15 fine Duroc sows with five to eleven pigs are all dandy milkers and fine butter cows. 15 head of extra yearling and two-yepounds; 35 head of stock hogs, weigh about 100 pounds; 1 Fine Duroc Boar and 8 brood sows each; 30 head of good stock hogs, 125 to 150 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 r, and a lot of other things. new cream separator, hog house, cattle-tyoughMONEY 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-packes The Real Estate Man. SWI NEB ROAD Lancaster, Kentucky.