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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 29, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918082901_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 29, 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. TWKNTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 29. 1918. SUCCESSFUL SALES SwinebronH, the Real Estate Man i held a successful sgole of the Ilutlcr I 'arm In Lincoln County, Ky., Just a advertised. 110 acre wos purchased hy,J. C, lloskin of Boyle Co., at $1 1'J.uO per acre, and 100 acres by J I). Whitchouiv at $110 per acre, Of the (treat number of Public Auction conducted by Swlnebroad i.ot a single failure to sell has been leported, Hi next salo is Saturday August .11 the J. C. Rankin farm of 187 acre nnd Slama anil Wilder form of 107 acres In lloyle County. D. A. THOMAS NUMBER jjpriEii imi 1 riF 21. MAKES RECORD Art l!tht nil III lirjusjri rvm jrbJc nvt hki J belli InUtf wU, i'" NEW DIRECTOR CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT The Thomas Realty Company ha made n record In the last few month that is rather unusual. Thi firm sold the Henry Catron farm in Lin coln county a few months ago nnd since then lljcy have sold for tli owner, this same farm three time and nt n nice profit each time. This firm ha sold during the past week the residence of Dr. Marshall Denny, to Mr. William Simpson, for $5,250, and the residence of Dave Snndcrs, to Jus. W. Smith, for $ 1,500, also the 11 acre farm of Milo Simpson to J, I. Hamilton for $125. an acre. Your fall plowing can be done with LESS WORK, LESS LABOR, LESS EXPENSE with certain kind of farming implements arc very hard to get. If you are Interested and need The Lancaster Graded and High Schools will open Monday, September 2nd, at 9 o'clock. All pupils of anything in this Hue, give us your order now. cchool age ure urged to enter ihe first day of school. Don't wait un til the second day or second week. To start right. It is necessary to start the first day. SOLD AND The following teachers will lie in charge: Miss TiniUrr, Primercluvi and First Grade; Miss Anderson, Second LIVE FOLKS. EXCHANGE HANDICAPPED. LIVE AND LET Grade; Miss Elmore, Third Grade; The telephone exchange has been Miss Rich, Fourth Grade; Mis KnIE DI rerlously handicapped during the pnt anaugh. Fifth Grade; Mrs. Currey, week by the illness of two of it ef. Sixth Grndc; Miss Henrfrcn e.ld Miss t help. .Mis Mattie Lutz. the Smith, Seventh nnd F.ight Grades. Misses Clarke, Scott, Robinson and Jtcil fro tallies will furnish' accommodating manager, ha been COMPULSORY SCHOOL LAW. lunch nt the lUnMn sale by Swine-broaconfined to her room for several days Mr. Hopkins will luive charge of the thr Real Estate Man, next The 1018 .Session of the (ienernl and at one time was threatened with High School work. Miss. Clarkj of Del- Saturday, August 31t. Assembly of Kentucky 'amended the fever. We are glad to report her May' Lick, Ky., succeeds Mi ramp. compulsory chool taw. As the law convalescing this mornin.g LOST: between thr Puritan nnd Mrs. May Hughes Noland will have Miss Lnvinia Montgomery, had the Jack Adams residence, Tuesday after-noon- , now tamlt all children between the charge of the Department of Music ngt-of seven and foul teen inclusive misfortune to cut her nrm with some n lint, black leather pocket again. .Mr. .Noland is .veil known hook, containing check to owner on ure required to attend school at least broken glass several weeks ago and to Lancaster. Her' work, speaks for three day each week during the en i a a result has suffered greatly, her Maysville Hank, l.iheral reward if W. A. Dickerson. tire tension of the school. The law. physicians being unable to remove itself. The two RecitaW tnd the SUGAR SCARCE AND returned to Record Office. closing exercises of the Mhool last S. N. Davis, also requires the teacher to report all the glass. She has been unable year show to the public just what C. D. Powell, Swim-broad- , the Kenl Estate Man' violation of this law to the proper to work for several weeks, but her (he Department of Music mean to GETTING SCARCER "Owing to the Extreme conditions will sell thr J. II. Boughman Farm of authorities. The penalty for each friends hope to hear her friendly which now exist, we find it necessary 600 ncre in lloyle County, and 750 offense I n fine of live to twinty voice at the board in the near future. tancaster, both to the School an) the community at large. Punils who to place our business on a strictly 30 head uf cattle on Sept. Hlth,"nnil alo dollar. lesire It may receive high school , Conservation PIlDS For Retail Grocers, days Basis. ndjolning Kami In will ell MAN-POWE- R Surely no patron of Garrard Coun BILL credit for Music. This is especially It is in compliance with GovernGurrard County of more than 1000 advantageous to pupils in the higli( Representing the National Retail ment request that all business be acre on Sept. 20. Watch for- - hi ty School will hate to he fined thu Posses folk Hintes of Congress school. The public is urged to sur- - r.m.ers Aoritinn Mr. A. Cogue, run on as nearly cash basis as possiyear. ailvcrtUcment. port this Department of their school, called a meeting of nil the retail ble. The Man-powbill bringing withIhe trustees and teachers are grocers of the county and city Inst . A. Dickerson, in the army draft all men from 18 to looking forward to n good year for Thursday night which resulted in the W. B. Ball, 45 years of age passed the House last the school. This is possible only organization of a locul association, Thco Currey, Saturday and by practically a with the hearty of the with Theo. Currey as president and Davidson and Tomlinson, unanimous vote passed the Senate home and the school, as has been the t t- - .. ..: i f - rc Coy S. Sanders. a moiiined work or case In the past. Let's make our' gave a sDlendid talk and all who lucsuay, uiin Brown and Estes. fight clause, which nil claim will be school the best thine in our commun-- . heard him were greatly interested. J. L. Davis." f easily adjusted when brought back ity for he gave them very interesting In to the House. formation, especially regarding the THE All eiTort to change the age limits sugar situation. He said that the MEMBERS OF LOCAL BOARD or to direct separate classification of TWENTY FOUR YOUNG MEN shortage of this staple was growing youths under twenty-on- e failed and more acute every day and predicted REGISTERED' SATURDAY. EXEMPT FROM DRAFT the measure now goes to conference that in a few' months that we would betwren the House and Senate, with On orders Just promulgated by the be unable to get any sugar at all. List of names of registrants who no di Here nee for serious controversy registered August 24th, 1918, having He warned against hoarding and said War Department all members of except the "work or fight" provision. reached their twenty-firs- t the birthday in some places where housewives Local Boards who come Will Be Shown At Tim Senate wax recorded unanis'nee June Sth, 1918. (Were buying ostensibly for canning draft age are to be given deferred mously for the bill, white, in the Milton II. Elliott, Lancaster, white. raid preserving purposes, it has been classification and not subject to House there was only two dissenting Oeo. McKinley Todd4 Lancaster, wh. discovered that they were using it for draft. Ceneral Crowder says "I vote. .130 voting for it. Willium Henry Black, Lan. R 1. col.. domestic purposes, other than what realize full well the importance of I'rovost Marshal Ceneral Crowiler agreed to use it for. This the work which the Local Boards are 'hey had has stated that registration will be Price Faulkner, Paint Lick, r3, col, he said would result in a government doing and recognize them ns being Henderson Coins, Lancaster, white, held a week or ten days after the inspector coming around and asked to absolutely indispensable." Holbert President sign the bill which makes Wilbur Anderson, Lancaster 3, col, be shown the enpned goods nnd Earl Leavell, Marcellus, col, it become the law. I'rewitt, Lancaster, 1, white, 'serves by those whose cards showed Wm. Otho Newton, Ilrynntsville, col, they had obtained canning sugar al- CIRCUIT COURT Jnmes Sebastian, Lancaster, 3, white, lotments. 1 BOYS AND GIRLS PIG Convened Last Mondaj Horning The retail grocery merchants of hild Pierce, Bryantsville, white. the city are much interested in the SHOW NEXT SATURDAY Speed Shcrrow, Bourne, white, instructions which the War Indus Willie Blythe, Lancaster, colored, Last Monday brought a good tries Board are giving them toward crowd to town, it being the regular Don't forget that Saturday, Aug Pat Delph, Cartersvllle, white, ust 31st, Is the duto the public George Thomas Barker, Bourne, wh- - the conservation of their business county court day and the convening square in Lancaster the place, und Charles Leslie Parsons, Tt. Lick,2, wh. along several lines and in view of of the circuit court. Many were also this fait they have adopted strong on hand to bid the thirty boys goodthree o'clock the hour for the big con Herbert Nnylor, Judson, white. resolutions to close their business bye, who left on the afternoon train test for honor in the boys und girls David N'orris, Bryantsville, white. Richard T. Lackey, Lancaster, white. houses every evening ut seven o'clock for Camp Taylor. pig show. wh. except on Saturday's nnd to cense On Friday nfternuun, August 30th, Howard C Wcarren, Promptly at eleven o'clock the the delivery of all goods nfter Sep- court house bell rang which meant the boys in the club having Red Homer Hall, Lancaster, .1, white. lemuer isi. inc louowing agree- the convening of the "big court" with Berkshire pigs will huve 4heir show Willie Case, Lancaster, white. at I'll i nt Lick, where prizes will be Robert Hogue Lnyton, Lan. l,;whte, ment has been signed up and is Judge Charles Hardin on the bench. awarded. The winners in this show- Jnmes O. Smith, Marcellus, colored. published below. Another wise move Commonwealth Attorney Puryear, Orders were received from the they have adopted, is the strictly 30 was on hand to look after the states will have their pigs at Lancaster on Saturday to compete with the puree War Department to mail question- days basis and they will expect every interests assisted by County Attorney and I'olnnd China' where n number naires to all the above registrants, on account to be closed the first of every G. C. Walker. incy snouiu not tie askei! to of cash prizes will be awarded also August Sfith. Five days will be given monin. The grand Jury was soon chosen the championship prize will be award for filling out nnd returning to the violate either of the agreements nnd and inttructcd iJy Judge Hardin in n believe the public will be lenient very impressive manner. ed, width is u free trip to the Ken Local Board, when they will be Im-jihey are ns rollows; tucky State Fair for the entire week. mediately classified nnd those placed I Willi tliein, Most of the commonwealth cases I In Class 1, examined and made ready "Lancaster, Ky, August 27, 1918, were disposed of by Tuesday after for the boy and his pig. In view of the fact that our noon, ns the docket of thischaracter It is important that every buy und for service by September 15th. The locnl Board has received or requests the reduction of all is the lightest In years. girl In the club bo in Lnncnstcr with his pig. Mr. Otis Kercher, The grand Jury adjourned until state ders to induct such men now placed unnecessary labor nnd expenses and leader for the boys clubs, of Lexing- in the limited service, suitable for also for mutual benefits, We the Saturday and the petit Jury was disTARZAN OF THE APES WAS READY ton will be present. He wants to stenography work who have soino merchants bind ourselves in an or- missed Tuesday until next Monday. TO DEFEND HER WITH HIS LIFE The following commonwealth cases meet every boy In the club nnd will legal training. Theso men will bo ganization known us the Lancaster assigned to the Judge Advocate and Retail Grocers Association for the were disposed of; do them good to meet htm. purpose of closing our business Depart This is the most wonderful and thrilllru: picCase against Crcde Warren and Tho fallowing progressive firms Provost Marshal General's Men in this limited service houses ut seven o'clock, beginning Taylor Leavell charged with breach and citizens have given the prize ment. ture ever screened. The most wierd romnnco humclass should apply to the Local Board Sept. 1st, 1918, excepting Saturday's of the peace, were given a fine of $20 money; an man ever conceived its a masterpiece. See and further for the purpose of doing and costs. Hudson, Hughes and Furnau.. $50.00 if they desire this service. Tarzan as he combats with lions, tigers, leopards, This Board ha also received from away with all deliveries of goods. Same against George Wilson for Ky Red tterkshlre Association. .50.00 apes and gorillas. His struggle with the giant canTherefore, we whose signatures the unlawful salo of liquor, was fined Mr. Ilurdette Ramsey, 15.00 the War Department instructions re1 nibal. His ride on the elephant's head in the raid Joseph Mercantile Co.... ....10.00 garding tho Work or Fight order, appear below agree to the foregoing $70 and costs and two other cases on the natives and his beautiful romanco with the Dr. J. A. Amon, 6.00 which was promulgated three months agreement and bind ourselves as gen- against him were dismissed. tlemen to respect said agreements Jim and Bill Grimes charged with Every person Interested In hogs ago. Every man in first woman he ever saw. It startles, thrills and and who wishes; to entourage these occupations must immediately change until a majority shall proclaim them Breach of Peace were each given a amuses. To appreciate this great picture you must fine of $50 and costs. Dan Tanker-tle- y boys, should come and see what they his occupation or be subject to call null anl void. see it, and after seeing it, it will live with you as A numTheo Currey, charged with carrying concealed have done in the way of economical for general military service. long as memory. You will say this picture is worth ber in the county, have already chan Coy S. Sanders, deadly weupon, resulted in a hung production of pork. ged their line of work and they have, W. B. Ball, Jury. a Dollar, but it will cost you to see it only THE KENTUCKY FUTURITY, been reported to the proper authori William Wren charged with main J. L. Davis, ADMISSION 25 cent and 35 cent. Greatest of Colt Races, Lexington, ties. This order will be enforced to Brown and Estes, taining a common and public nuisOctober 1, $14,000. the letter by the Local Iioard. Davidson and Tomlinson, ance was fined $350. and costs. Conn Brothers. At a meeting of the director of the Citizens National Hank last Sat urday, .Mr J. W. Sweeney was unani piously chosen a director to suc cecd Judge C. A. Arnold, deceased The selection of Mr. Sweeney seems n wise move, and the bank is to be congratulated upon securing his ser m'ccs and ndvlce, which will mid much splendid to this institution. Mr, Sweeney is one of the Lest business in the county and has a host of men friend who will congratulate him upon thi deserved recognition, SCHOOL OPENS. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 2nd, NINE O'CLOCK. JOHN DEERE I BIDING PLOWS GUARANTEED BY iri(i iir HASELDEN BROS Kentucky ' Lancaster, T arzn or f Apes Romans Opera House .Afternoon and Night Saturday, Aug 31st 3K ...... ............ , The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 29. 1918. CHATTANOOGA WOMAN SAYS 1V1N HEPATICA Hid Taken Medicine From Fire Dijlerenl Doctors HtlLDog. Cerbenn In ancient Greek story was the sleepless dog wlikh guarded the SAVED HER LIFE. and Without RelieT From Stomach Nerrons Trouble of Eight Year's Standing. "May God's greatest blessings be with you for what Vin llepatlca has done for me," writes Mrs. Ma V. St., West Marlnr, of 206 Elinor Chattanooga, Tenn. "It has saved my life. I had suffered from stomach trouble and nervousness for eight years, and had tried treatment of five of the best doctors without doing me any pood. I wns so poor and weak I could hardly go: my neighbors thought I had conCould hardly sleep, was sumption. so nervous. "Hut now, after taking the great Vin Hcpatica prescription, I sleep The Secret of Deauty. The true secret of physical beuuty l! n be born pretty. Cincinnati soundly nil night, and can truthfully say that I feel better than I have felt In, eight years. Am fleshier and stronger and can ent anything. I hope everyone who has stomach trouble or nervousness will try Vin Hep-ntic- a. We don't know how to appreciate good health until we arc nearly dead, nnd then get well. 1 am ncll nnd happy, and owe it all to Vin llerntica." Come in nnd get a bottle of this wonderful nature prescription, and try it on our recommendation. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaiter, Ky. entrance the lower or Infernal regions In which dwelt the shades of the dead. He Is usually represented with three heads, and with serpents round Ids neck. Fremont's Career. v The tpnn "IVithflnder" wn a complimentary nickname given John C. I'rcmnnt In the presidential eanipalgn In honor nf his pnthflndtng of rxplnratlnns In the region of the ltocky Mountains. Hut he did not find the path to tho presidency, receiving only 114 votes to 174 for Jnmes Itn SATURDAY, AUGUST I 3 1st Promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION Two Adjoining Farms in Boyle 187 Co., Ky. & rhanan. A Bit Twisted. A squad of recruits was practician communication down n line of men In open order formation. One message wa: "Hard prefsed on left: send nt once." To the ntmizement of the ufHcrr In charge this Is how It rrnched Mm: "Hard up on left ; send three dollars nnd four cents nt once." ItufTnln Commercial. Acres for J. C. 1- Rankin-1- 07 Acres for Slama Wilder COY Misses Katherine and Mary King Control Your Conduct. of Hnrrodsburg, are the attractive The worst kind ot unhapplncss, as visitors of Miss Pcachie Mae Sanders, well as' the great! t amount of It, Mr. Mnl Carter nnd family of culms rrom our conduct to each other, Buckeye, were isitors of Mr. nnd If our conduct, therefore, were under the control of kindness. It would he Mrs. Robert Carter. Sunday. Eliminated by using an nearly the opposite of what It l nnd In cf the state of the world would be Thompson Sanders is visiting Entorf Water Separating Crab Orchard nnd Luncastcr, this. idiuo-- t reversed. We are for the most part unhappy bernti the world Is an week. Casoline Filter. unkind world. But the world U only Miss Alice Kay is spending Guaranteed to take out all water, thlsj unkind or the lack of kindness In the dirt and foreign substance from gaso week with her sister, Mrs. Elijah Individuals who compose It. Fred-cric- k I line or kcrosine before Ailing auto William Faber. tank. Filters 10 gallons n minute. Miss Marie Ray spent last week with her cousin, Misses Lida Mae and Nelle Ray. Gasoline Trouble? Margaretc nnd Elmer Raj nrj visiting their sister, Mrs. Jan.es Sunders this week. Miss Maude ArnC'd off Stanford, has returned to her home after sev"-erdays visit with Mrs. Royston Hay. J SoreThroaf ? This fifty year old remedy caes Sole Throats and Bronchial affections; soothes, heals and gives quick rclif. Mr. Emmctt Broaddus and sister, Miss Ruth, of Wilmore, ; wers gueaU ot Miss Peacliio Mio week-en- d Sanders. discovery for Coughs e Colds KftpToarStoBickiaiLiTerHeah.7 A vigorous Stomach, perfect working Liver and reguUr actinj Bowels, if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. hive They correct Constipation tonic effect on the system clirauutt j Bowels, poisons through the Kind's Trice $3.50 Delivered of price. .'cji. Offset upon for inset tanks 30c, extra. anywhere of Camp Messrs Earl Broaddus spouts Zachary Taylor, and Oneal Broaddus of Chicago, attended preaching at receipt Scotts Fork, Sunday. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders, Angle, and Miss Pcachie Mae Sanders and visitors, of Harrodsburg, motored to Crab Orchard last Wednesday evening and took supper with Mrs. L. L. Sanders. mile East of DAXILLK. on jirnvel road one linlf LOCATION : 2 mile from DANVILLE anil LANCASTER PIKE. DESCRIPTION: The Rankin farm of 107 acres is one of the most in Iloylo county. FERTILE and HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION. 50 acres in corn, 12 acres in clover. 22 acres in wheat stubble, 20 acres of stubble sown to timothy, balance in Krass. Well fenced anil everlnstinp; water. New modern seven room bungalow, with basement, IMPROVEMENTS: halls, porches, bathroom and jrlass enclosed porch. EQUIPPED WITH WATER WORKS AND LIGHTS AND FURNACE. ONE OF THE REST EQUIPPED FARMS AND MOST DESIRABLE HOME IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Tenant house, larire stuck barn, tobacco barns, 000 barrel crib, cow and calf barn, concrete water tower, nnd water troughs, gasoline engine nnd hydrauReautiful lawn and shade trees. lic ram for power, all necessary out buildings. AND IMPROVEFARM RRING YOUR WIFE WITH YOU. THE MENTS WILL PLEASE THE MOST FASTIDIOUS AND YOU WILL UUY IT FOR "KEEPS". THE SLAMA and WILDER FARM of 107 Acres adjoins nnd is mostly bottom land and very rich. !() acres in corn, 2 acres in hemp, It acres in tobacco. 18 acres oats stubble, acre alfalfa, balance in grass, everlasting water. IMPROVEMENTS: New four room cottage, new 36x48 tobacco bnrn, dairy house nnd cistern. The portion of the farm in cultivation was broken out of Rluc Grass Sod nnd cultivated in hemp Inst year. The Rankin Farm will be The 10" acre farm sold ns a whole. is an opportunity to buy 130 to 1C0 acre tract, a 2.r to HO acre tract, Here a 107 acre tract or by ndding any two just the size you want, or the entire 295 acres. I always sell to suit the bidders. Why do land buyers attend my auction sales nnd the land ALWAYS SELLS? I pledged my reputation nnd honor nt every sale for a SQUARE DEAL. No buy bidders. Strictly commission basis. I don't have to "ROOST" the owners price to get my fee. From my experience in the business nnd as a farmer I know land values and will offer at public sale ONLY SUCH FARMS ns 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. Moss will show the farms nt any time. 1 np-pe- al Ill' SWINEBROAD-T- k Real Estate Man E.G.RICHTER DISTRIBUTOR 11C South Second St., Louisville. W. E. MOSS, ADVERTISING MANAGER. Desirable farms of all sizes, and priced right, for sale privately nt all times. Auction Sales a specialty. If you want to buy or sell, see me. PUBLIC SALE OF- - MARKSBUKY LANCASTER WOMAN GLAD SISTER ES- LIVE STOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. I As administrator of Henry Williams, deceased, will on, THURSDAY, at Ten o'clock SEPTEMBER 5th 1918 A. M., on the premises of (Henry Williams, deceased) miles north of 'Buena Vista, Ky., on the Polly's Bend Pike, sell the follow ing property: 1 eight year old bay horse; 1 four year old bay horse; 1 aged rel family horse; 1 three year old black milk cow; 1 five yearold Red milk cow: four head of two year old short horn heifers; three head of two year old short horn steers; two head of yearling steers; one good ling heifer; nine head of five month old calves; 1 dry cow; seven head of 125 pound hogs; 5 head of 60 pound shoats; 8 head of 40 pound shoats; e wagon; 1 spring wagon; 1 mowing machine as good as new; e e hay rake; 1 wheat drill; 2 cutting boxes; hay rake; 1 2 thirteen Vulcan plows; 2 double shovel Plows; 1 cutting harrow, good about 2000 bundles of oats; lot of timothy hay. as new; 1 grind-stonWe will also sell a lot of other live stock not named on this bill. The Ladies Aid Society of Mt. Olivet church will serve dinner. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. two-horsone-horstwo-horse, Wm. Wanks sold n lot of hogs to V. A. Lear for 17 Mr. nml Mrs. Mote Pollard (pent Sunday with Mrs. Klla Cecil, vf'Dun- villc. Rev. J. W. Mohan was unalilc to preach Sunday evening on itccnunt of sulferinR with a boil on hi f?ot. Miss Alice Sutton tins returned after n delightful weeks vitit with her cousin, Miss Annie T. Cecil, of Danville. Mrs. Hichard Ware and little con, of Birmingham, and Miss Salllo l.ou Myers, were here the guests of Mr. John Royston and 'family last week. Mis j Mary Lou Huffman of Lex ington, who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. George Hulfmnn, ns the guest of Miss Stella Speaks, Saturday. Miss Mary Lou Huffman of Lex ington returned home Saturday, She was accompanied home by Mr. und Mrs. K. K. Spcake and Mrs. George Huffman. Mrs. Lucile Moreland entertained at n 0 o clock dinner last Thursday for her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. II. Dawes, in honor of Hcv. and Mrs. Walker and Mr. und Mrs. John Ches-n- ut of Danvlllt. Those who uttended the L. I). A. at 3 Perryville, report u most enjoyalle time. A bountiful lunch was served both days to the immense crowd present. No cakes und pies were served on account of the war situasor- tion. This will perhaps set a precedent for the following associations. Miss Clyde Hughes one of Itice Acudemy's brightest students, made a splendid record in attendance us year- well ns in scholarship, having only missed 3 days in the past 7 years. When a little tot, to keep peace In 1 the family, Clyde had to be taken to regardless of the weather and 1 school her lessons always thoroughly pre pared for the next day. UNION. Mr. Jack Roberts bought of Robert Wilson some nice shoats for 15c. Miss Jenle Hall has returned home from Covington for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, James Ross spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sum Hall. Mr.-- and Mrs. Robert Parsons are rejoicing over the arrival of a big boy. A series of meeting begun nt Good Hope Baptist church Sunduy evening The Day's Worst Pun. Speaking of thing spiritual, an nhloky Milt has li-- found Uniterm uth a ihurrti In an Alabama town. 1'hlliiilrlphln Impilrrr. Qusrter of Dllllon for Hats. y CAPED OPERATION. It ha hern rutlmated hy the "Physicians had given my sister chamber f commerce that th up to die; they wanted to operate for gall stones, but she was too weak expenditure for women's headgear In (lif t'nltiil Statri I more than $M0,. and could only talk in whispers. I n year. This would at era so got her a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful fomi'ihlni: over S.1 per rnpltn fur worn-- i Remedy and in .1 weeks she was able to get about ami walked n mile to church." It is u simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including On dose will convince appendicitis. or money refunded, R. E. McROBERTS, ti nnd girls of nil nees. No Experience. A kindergarten teacher was telling I lie rhlldren In her department about cpnrrotts: concernlnit their a and Drumi.l. habits. Among other thtnes she said: "The spurrnns eat iii the worm. Now ihlldren, which would you rather have, norms or sparrows" "I've never had sparrows," piped up n tiny boy neor tho front. August 20. Mr. Sam Tankersley who has been on the sick list the past week Is nble to be out again. Mr Clell Tankersley has Just re- turned home from Hamilton Ohio, for a few days visit. Mrs. Stella lloskins and little son, Dennie, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall last week. Miss Laura Hall has returned home after a three months visit with her rister, Mrs. Stella Hoskins. nnd little Miss KITie Mnnning brother, Alford, of Covington, lire , With Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Cook. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Tankersley of Hamilton, Ohio, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tankersley. Mr. und Mrs. Jack Roberts spent Snturday night and Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Luther Roberts of White Lick. Mr. nnd Mrs, Abra Hall spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Tankersley. Misses Dorothy and Louisa Roberts, were the pleasant guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall last week. Mrs. Rhoda Smith nnd sister, Miss Fannie McQuerry have returned after a visit to their brother, Hampton, In Indiana, before his departure for a training camp. Mr. Olllo Starns, of Richmond, v.'ho arrived overseas some several weeks ago, writes to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Starns that he Is In the hos pita!, slightly wounded. Keep Well Do not allow tho poisons ot undigested food to accumulate in your bowels, v!icte Ihey are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound Keep your to follow. system clean, as thousol others, do, by ands taking an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, vegetable, lamily liver medicine, Thedford'8 Black-Draug- ht Mn. W. F. Pickle, ot Rising Fawn.Oa., writes: "We have used Thed-lord- 'f as a lamily medicine. My ROY WILLIAMS, Admr. A. T. Scott, Bryantsville, Ky. Auct. mother-in-law could not take calomelas it seemed too strong (or her, so she as a used Ulack-Drauc- ht mild laxative and liver We use It regulator In the lamily and believa it is the best medicine for the liver made." Try It. Insist on the genuine Thedford's. 2& a pack- - ... in. BUENA VISTA.KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 29, 1918. BUCKEYE Mr. Jim Hardin of Illinois. I visiting Sir. anil Mrs. .Mike liny. Mr. nnil Mr.. Otis ltny Ilocie were week-envisitors of Mr. nml Mrs. Adnlph llcinley. Miss Mnymo Manley of Mnysville, spent Inst wcik with her lister, Mrs. K. Klwnrds. Mr. nml Mrr. Chnmplin of Wnsii- InKton, I). C visitril Mr. nml Mr-- A. C. Miles Inst week. Mr. ii nd Mrs. Jesse Hill nnd dnunh- tern visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker IlnuMiuw, recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Talljott Jenkins were week-en- d visitors of his parents, Mr. nml Mrs. William Jenkins. Miss l.oule ilrimn was the attrac tive visitor of Miss Kliznheth Ilear.-le- y .Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. (iulley mid son, were visitors Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Itohert Whittnkcr at Kdenton. Mrs. Mnry Dickersonn, Jr.d ituuch ter. Miss Maymc, of Itichmond. were visitors of Mrs. (i. v. Itay, Ins, week Mr. nnd Mrs. Denie Price and ton, Itohert Malvern, spent the week-en- d with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Itobt, Price. v Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Kdwards nnd daughters, left Tuesday for (ia where Doctor will enter n training "niiip. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Umdilmw and chitdrer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Hill and children were recent visitors In Crab Orchard, Mrs. Hohvrt Uiyton was taken to Itirhmond lust Friday where she un dement an operation. She is ilointc nicely now. Mrs. Mary Dlckcrson and daugh ter, Mis Mayme, of Richmond, Mrs. f!, W Kay and children spent Sntur day with Mrs. Itohert Long, Henderson Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilt taker nml little son. Dean, were week, end visitors of Mr, nnd Mrs. II. W Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker. EMOS 3 IHAS.G. HARMS. V It. II. LTCDSEY, Sxrttair Sl'tlcm. rmMmt WOMEN WELL Packers' Profits LOAN DRIVE Cleveland, O. There wlllbe a wom en's Liberty (.oan committee In more than ISO of the 169 counties of the fourth federal district, by the time the campaign open for the fourth Liberty hlch Includes all The district, of Ohio. 6 rounttrs of Kentucky, a portion of West Virginia and Western Penns)lvanla, has some very sparsely settled counties. In which a separate organization lll not be formed, but they trill be the only exceptions. In the third campaign, which ended May omen of the district sold 4th, the It will 172.238,800 worth of bonds. take a (real deal more twice aa much to satisfy them tbls time. Commercial School A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LCARNINO 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.tofTice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Are Regulated The public should understand that the profits of the packers have been limited by the Food Administration since November 1, 1917. For this the business of Swift & Company is now divided into three classes: CUm 1 includes such product as beef, pork, mutton, oleomargarine and others that are essentially animal products. Profits are limited to 9 per cent of the capital employed in these departments, (including: surplus and borrowed money), or not to exceed two and a half cents on each dollar of sales. Class 2 Includes the' soap, glue, fertilizer, and other departments more or less associated with the meat business. Many of these departments are in competition with outside businesses whose profits are not limited. Profits in this class are restricted to 15 per cent of the capital employed. Class 3 Includes outside Investments, such as those in stock yards, and the operation of packing plants in foreign countries. Profits in this class are not limited. pur-pos- e, Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of employment should write for full information at once. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. LP' CZ3C OFFICIAL PREST-O-LIT- E t ir Battery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. 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. Total profits for all departments together in 1918 will probably be between three and four per cent on an increased volume of sales. The restrictions absolutely guarantee a reasonable relation between live stock prices and wholesale meat prices, because the packer's profit cannot possibly average more than a fraction of a cent per pound of product Since the profits on meat (Class 1) are running only about 2 cents on each dollar of sales, we have to depend on the profits from soap, glue, fertilizer (Class 2, also limited) and other departments, (Class 3) to obtain reasonable earnings on capital. Swift & Company is conducting its business so as to come within these limitations. MRS. FRANK MUHLH AJJSER. cantIny it If Thu Had Happened Elsewhere Instead It. of Lancaster Yob Might Donbt Swift & Company, U.SA. The nvcriK man i n doubter. This is not surprising the public have been humbugged so frequently they Proof like the followare skeptical. It Van- ing will stand investigation. not be disputed. J II. Dnlton, farmer, Crab Orchard St., Ijineaster, snys: "A yenr or two ago I had trouble with my kidneys. My back ached nnd was tore nnd lame nnd my kidneys were irregular I bought Doan's Kidney in nction. Pills at It. I!. Mrltoberts ami Sun's Drug Store, nnd used them. The backache left me and my kidneys were soon put in good order. I have had no return of the trouble. Don't Price COc, at all dealers. get simply ask for a kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills the same that .Mr. Dnlton, had. Koster-Milbur- n Co., Mfgrs., IJutTalo. N. V.. "Our task Is to be much greater," said Mra. Frank Muhlliau.er,."bolb because the loan itself will be for about J6.C00.000 Instead of 13,000.000 as last e are determined time, and because that the women will bring In a larger proportion of the total than we did before. "We are going to do It by going after the people who did not buy at all before, who can buy only small bonds, perhaps, but whose buylngs count up tremendously If you get them all, and by making the people realize the neces slty of conserving labor and raw materials for the government and putting the money saved as a result Into bonds. We ought to be able to do that better than men can do It because we are the keepers of the American pocketbook." for sale: The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. 31 III 3C 3CZ3C 1Z LOVE TRAGEDY Mln Columbia leved her lover As a sweetheart lady should; ' He swore by stars above 'er He loved and always would. I I g She liked to be called "dearie," And "leva," and "snook." and "pet." Of "darling" she'd ne'er weary; They would be lovers yet. NOTICE 1 1 A All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the r1 1 1 PAINT LICK Kentucky State FairLouisville - - Miss Ida Sunders visited her sister near Hound Hill the past week. Mirs Cnlvina Mnson was n recent guest of Mr. nml Mrs. W, C. Fish. Miss Ilelle Denny of Stanford, was the guest for several days of Mrs. Robert Walker. Mrs. It. (I. Woods and children nre visiting her mother, Mrs. John White in Nicholasville. Mr. Knrl McWhorter bus returned from a few days visit with relatives in Crab Orchard. Mrs. Hubert Kllis returned Mon day from n pleasant visit to her sis ter, in Middlesboro. Miss Fannie Francis of Oklahoma, Mr, is the guest of her grand-parentand Mrs, J, I,. Francis. Mrs. Kddie Wnlker of Eminence, was the guest off Mrs. Hobert Wul ker, Wednesday evening. Miss Lucy Francis wus called to Lancaster Monday, by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Saulley Hughes. visited her Miss Sadie Itnlston brother, J. II. UnUton nt Camp Taylor, from Friday until Monday. Mrs. J a nies Davis and MUs Martha Davis, have returned from n two weeks visit with relatives in Mrs. Harm's niuT little daughter, Elizabeth, of Columbia, S. C, nre the guests of Mrs. Hurnca brother, P.ev, W. M. Kldridge. Messrs W. C. Fitzpatrick and Lewis Guynn of Eminence, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Guyn Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Isabel! West of Lexington, came from Philadelphia to be brides wed maid, in the Francis-Eldrldg- e ding, while here she will be the guest of Miss Elizabeth Gibbs. Miss Jennie Parks und Miss Mer- ritt Jones of Richmond, spent Wed nesday and Thursduy the guests of Mr.-- and Mrs. James Francis and at- - J wedding. tended the Eldrldge-Frnnci- s September 9-1- 4 ' But She killed him right at table d wheatless With a bun. When his mcm'ry slipped Its cable And he up and called her -non." A. M. Corrlgan. want the same converted into bonds bearing .. . A win i A ficr ccbi interest ...til pieuse notiiy us as soon as possible so that we may arrange for f " the conversion. Resrjeclfullv. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier'. i First and Second issue with this bank, and who tfe Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. SEPTEMBER 8 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thavlu's Band of 40 Warld Famod Soloists . Chorus of 30O Volcos Two Flights by Ruth Law 171,000.00 Total Promluma 118,000.00 Beef Cattlt Show Saddle Horao SUko 110,000 $10,0004)0 $10,000.00 ratted and feeding Cattlt Show $78X00.00 AUTO POLO RUTH LAW AUTOMOBILI RACI8 Sport Thriller Atrial Quean World's Crack Drivers D Lux Hippodrome Show Special R. R. Rate Maenlfleent Mltfay NO OUR NO. 14 1-- BREAKING 2 BALE TIES AS THEY ARE THE BEST and for Catalogue C04 , Fount T. Kremor, See'y Republic Building, Loulevllle, Ky. A Good Supply bought right and will be sold at a Bargain Hay Baler Men are asked to call and see us before engaging their supply. T I'StNO kV . Oi VBT TBS Am BLACKLEGOIDS 4 af , - aaitj. stnipiej. To VACCINATE AGAINST WMM BLACKUOj. Mo s.it U Nuuri. swicuv. t NoBouM ta tpaL striaf N Blmplj a Mils tUI to em d roa tat r.n Mourn Bale b U UJwUt under rC Um Ikla. Hervey & Woods iWcRoberts Drug Store PAINT LICK, KY. I. The Central Record, Thursday. Aug 29 191 8. METHODIST SERVICES. PaRsrtarUHaJttrtaPorSaHarWPaKa The Central Record INCORPORATED. While the .Methodist church is being repaired, the services will be held at the Court House. Sunday school and both preaching services nt the rnnrt limits next Sundav. As this will be the last Sunday before Con Enured at lb. fcrtl Offlc In Unc.iter, Kj., ference which convenes nt Lynthiana, Wednesday. Sent. 4. n full attend f on.I ClMt Mil! Mllcr. ance of the membership is requested. Mfmber Kentucky Trens Association T. D. ralmcter, rastor. ' , and ll.&o a year. ssuED Weekly. p. ROHINSON. EtrroR. J. R.L KLKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Eighth District Publishers Leigue. 1 KHAKI COLUMN I Gilbert Wilson who was wounded several weeks ago from the prema- ture cxpslon of a Improving Rates For Political Announcements NOTICE e is Is very rapidly, which gratifying to his friends. The following letter from his nurse written to Gilbert's mother ells of his recovery and Is very Interesting. She The United States Fuel AdminisFor Precinct and Citv Offices ... 6.00 Night Or1U.00 tration's new "Llghtless or County Offices and District Offices.... 1S.00 der", restricting the use of fuel for ror State became effect10 outdoor Illumination, For Calls, per line July 24, 1018. 10 ive Wednesday, For Cards, per line Under the order the use of lights For all publications in the Inter- generated or productcd by the use or est of individuals or expresconsumption of coal, gas, oil or other sion of individual views, per ' .10 fuel for illumination or displaying line announcements or 05 advertisements, Obituaries, per line signs for the external ornamentation of any building is discontinued enLancaster, Ky., August 29. 1918 tirely on Monday and Tuesday nights of each week. The farmers of Garrard County The ute of light for illuminating for 'volunteer or displaying any show windows, will be approached workers for the KOvernmcntNin the store windows cr any signs in show next succeeding weeks in the interest windows will - discontinued from of crowinc more wheat next year. sunrise to sunset and will be disconThese boys and girls, men and women tinued entirely on the "Lightless In Nights" designated by the order. arc not paid for Iheir sen-ices- . from their response to the appeal Therefore all merchants and busigovernment they are patriotically ness concerns of all kinds wjio heregiving tljcir time to urge the farm- tofore have made use of light for ers to render a great service and a such purpose as above mentioned necessary service to the government will from now on please observe this patriotic order. to win the war. Every farmer in the county will receive Dr. V. A. Wheeler, Federal and treat Fuel Administrator for Garrard Co. them with consideration courtesy and will respond them with to their solicitation by raising as much wheat in the coming year as SARGEANT JOHN BAKER their circumstances will permit. Our Our solarmies must have bread. WOUNDED IN FRANCE. diers can be fed only by n sufficient Mr. James W. Baker of this city quantity of which must be produced distressing the in this country. If the farmer is has just received permitted to remain at home whil? news that his son, John Baker, had others go am! fight his only excuse been seriously wounded in France. for not being nt the front is that he This young man has been in the serwill do his part at home. His part vice for about five years in the reguwill be to raise all the wheat that his lar army and the news of him being woundeil is regretted by his friends farming conditions will pillow. back home. He was wounded July '.'0th. Senator Jimii It No More. Loyal friend, party leader, orator, statcrman, state and nation mourn OF the loss of one of the great men of CURTAILMENT this age. Stricken in tnc very prime " LOANS BY BANKS. the nation of his young manhood surrenders his services with sincere Credit extended by banks to their regret. As a party leader he had no purposes rival in the state, as a statesman hp customers for nonessential inhad the confidence of 'tall the people, hurts in several ways. First, it might as an orator he had no superior and volves the use of money that ftw equal: in the nation. His suc- be bettor invested in Government will securities, thereby helping to win the cess as n public man, history record as being unusual. Coming war, nnd shorten the war with the as he did from among the masses of consequent saving of American lives. the people" he has been loyal through Second, it Involves the use of labor, out all his public career, to them material, and transportation, which working and advocating at all times 'ought to be left free to meet, to the to what he believed to be to their in- fullest.tbe needs of the Government. terest. Courageous, honest, and in- Third, it involves unnecessary comcorruptible the nation can iU afford petition with the Governmtnt, both to be deprived of the services of this delaying Government operations and making them more expensive. man in this hour of crisis. writes j "U. S. .Mobile Hospital No. 39. A. E. F. France. Jnly 17. 1918. Sly dear Mrs. Wilson. I am writing nt once to tell you the good news. Your son, Gilbert, (we call him that for he has been with us so long) was out of bed today for the first time,, walked several rods, had his picture taken three times and then sat up n little while before going back to bed. After such an illness one would think he'dJ be cry jveak anil shaky, out lie wns not a bit to our great surprise. Of course he doesn't feel like en tering into any Fourth of July sports just yet, but he certainly did step off briskly today and told u4 he did not have prickly feet or shaky knet-s- . ns so many do when first up nfter an illness. It has been quite warm hero todny. so the boys took Gilbert's bod nnd chair out of doors this afternoon ami guess almost every body in t.ie Unit has been around to congratu late him even to the cooks and tail-o- t t. I expect he will be lenvi.if, u soon, but wc do not know jut when. We certainly will miss l.im. He sends very much love to yj ard nil He'll be writing to you the family. himself one of .these days bit his neck um"! shoulders are stiff a'ld lame and it is difficult for him to write ns r . yet. Si'icereU 'cgards to vm. Lnura E. Curri- -. (nut-- '. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlHr 1S1BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV ymmhm SENATOR JAMES DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS. Senator Ollie M. James, died at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore yesterday morning of acute Bright' Disease. Mrs. James and the Senator's Itrntlipr. K. II. James weru ut bi bedside when the end came, at G:4G A.M. He had been a patient at the Hospital for the past three months and for u whilo physicians held out some hope that he would recover and an operation was performed. Later his condition became more serious and trans fusion of blood was made on several occasions. Final arrangements for the funeral have not been made, but the body will reach Louisville this afternoon, where it will probably lie in state for few hours. The burial will be at Marion, Ky., his old home. son of Mr. H. S. Sherman Gay, have received their first letter The fullowing interesting letter to from him after his safe arrival in has In his letter to them he his mother, Mrs. Jack Adams, France. Mr. Charlie from been received says: "Co. G 109 Ammunition Train, Adams, who s with the Dr. David A- - E. F.. July 31st. 1918. Harrow Unit. "Somewhere in England" Dear Father: I would drop August 2nd, 1918 Tonight I thought I am My Dear Mother: you a few lines to let you know I I arrived safely on this side nnd well and hope you are the same. am located in a small town in France. had a wonderful trip, I suppose )'u I was 23 days on the sen and didn't received my card telling of i.iy safe get a bit sea sick, but lots of the boys arrival. Would like to tell you all abxut the trip but ran not do so ns were very sick. Well, papa, tobacco is high ami there is so much we arc not allowed hard to get over here. I don't use it to write, it iuikes our letters short. I am feeling fine nnd stood tno trip any more, and I thought I would tell you so if any of the boys have to exceedingly well rnd did not gel se.- come over here they can .bring their ,'K We are located in England nt n tobacco with them, for they wont be able to get American t.obacco here. Ued Cross Base Hospital. It Is a I have just come in from a little beautiful place consisting of about 200 acres of land on which is a hike and am n little tired. building. is The scenery The English and French sure have a pretty country but they are not as simply grand, part of the place is as we are. Their covered with grass and the other is far advanced trains are about a third as large as woodland, overlooking a water front in which, I take many swims and boat ours, so you can guess the rest. I am well satisfied here and had rids. There is also a large garden rather be here us any place I know on the place, most of it being under of. Well papa, the French people glass like a hot house ami both fruit sure have nice crops as far as I have nnd vegetables are raided the year seen, and especially the wheat crop round, also (lowers, Wish you could over here is good. Well it looks see it all, for 1 know you would en lonesome around here for all the joy the scenery. young men have gone to war.. The At present, we arc using tents French country looks quite n bit like which are large anil roomy and have our country hills and lots of trees. small spring beds with mattresses, making us very comfortable. As yet and lots of good looking women. I am having a hard time trying to everything is not complete and we The French people are working hard every day tu get lenrn French. have lots of good wine to drink, and everything ready to receive patients, they like to have us drink with them. at present we have none. I presume Well, I haven't gotten a letter rom we are stationed here any one for so long I wouldn't know permanently as far ns 1 know. We what to do if 1 should get one. The are only u short distance from n small people here don't have line automo- town to which I go quite often nfter working hours, nnd on Sunday went biles to ride around in. Well I will close and please write there to church, which is an old fashmo soon. L could write more but ioned Baptist, church, which was 1 imagine very much like the one your haven't the time. ' Your loving son, great grand-mothe- r went to a hun Sherman II. (lay, dred years ago. The minister read his sermon off, it was not memorized, nnd his prayer was .'10 minutes long, i leit r from Mauric Thonifroii. w. i umie l Miss li.t 'I; Ilrvn, and the songs were none that I ever .aujlt'.r of Mr. and Mm . A. It. heard. One sees so many old time Blown, ut this county. Inn written things, you can see old men sixty the following letter to them, widen years old wearing short knickerbock-e- r pants, mid so many other old fashn.s f in''s will eagerly read "On Active Service, with he Ameri- ioned things which I could mention. I have never Iward from nny of can Expeditionary Forte, July 21st, 191S. you, of course have not really had Mr, and Mrs. A. II. Brown, time but write reul often even though you do not hear from me for 1 will Dear father and mother: At this Is Sunday morning and be glad to hear from home. Also raining, and I have nothing to do will send me the Central Record euch drop you all u few lines to let you week when you have finished it. know that I am still in the land of the There has been a good deal of living. This leaves me well at usual rain since we arrived. The nights and truly hope it finds you all the are cool and the days ore very )de'U same. Guess you think I have for unt. You need not worry if I stay i.i this saken all of you but not forgotten think I will be In any if I do not write. I do not like to placo-r-don'- t write very well anyway, and I don't danger. I will close for this timo Imping write to any one but Bessie and my dear boy and mother, as I very set this to find you all in the best ot With much love ti till, dom have time to write to any one health. Your devoted son, Charles. but them. I got a letter from Bessie and one from mother today, they Private Charles C. Adamt. were all well and doing all right. I Base Hospital, No. 40, England. guess Bessie and Stewart are living A. E. f Gay; 4 tried to make It as convenient ns possible for them to live, but 1 sure nity nny one in the army as our work finevcr donf 1 guess most nil of the yoim'jr men Ve in the service nowhut lrionVthmk that It will last much longer, for the Sammies do not fool witii the Herman, or Boche, a,thc JJrepjch call them. Well. 1 will tell you some exper ience of the trenches ns I hae Just come back to Camp from the front line of trenches. Hnve been in the trenches (censored) and only had one or two littl scraps, no one was hurt in my Co. We were all lined up for mess one night nnd nil at once shell right here come a three-inc- h over our heads and buritcd right on top of the trenches, so wc wasn't long anil hadn't getting in our dug-out- s more than gotten Inside when there ionic another one, it bursted right outside of the door nnd enved In our trench, but soon wns over and we came out .and finished our supper. I didn't find this war what I thought It would be ns it Is very quite most of the time, nnd Is quite lonesome when they nrc not shelling so I like to hear those shells whltle through the air. of Well I guess this is enough trench life for this time, so will tell It is you a little about the country. very rough anil not any corn raised and no.t but very little wheat and rye, but plenty of potatoes and gar- ten truck, and the women do most of the work, for the men that are left is are in the trenches. England worse than France for the people are poorer it seems and the French don't like the English, neither does the American soldiers like the English, but .the French like the old U. S. Boys. Well, tell everybody hello nnd to write.to me as I will be glad to Var from any one wants to write ti me. Answer soon nnd tell me all of the news. I think (censored) 1 remain as ever, your law, son-i- n .Mnurice vS. Thompson, Co. I)., 13Kth."U. S., Infantty A. E. F., Vii New York, O. K., as I have A MUSICAL TREAT The entertainment ut the School Auditorium tomorrow, Friday night, will positively be the best heard In Ijinraster this year. All music lov- crs who wish to hear high class music and nt the same time help the Garrard County Chapter of the American Ited Cross should not fnll to buy tickets for the family and bring their friends as well. The entire receipts are generously donated by the gifted young women who take part, to the Ited Cross. ROYSTON brother of Mr. William Itnyston, of this county pnss-e- d away at his home In Knnsns City, on August Rth. The following from the dallies of that city give the account of his dentil. "As reported In Thursday's Daily Citizen this venerable citizen passed to his reward at 2 p. in. August Kth, in 1918. He wns born Garrard county, Ky., on March 21, I H 15 and was therefore a little more than 73 years old. On July 28, 1870 deceased was married to Miss Mary llyers in Kentucky. The children from this union who survive the deceased are: J, I.". Itnyston, V, U ISoystou, E. BT Houston, Enrle Itoyston, Kansas City; A. II. Itoyston, Jr., Searcy; Mrs. Mack Hutchinson, Morrilton; Herbert Itojs-ton- , New Franklin, Mo. He also leaves one brother, William Itoyston, I'nlnl Lick, Ky. Soon aflr this marriage Mr. Itoys-to- n joined the Baptist church of which he remained a consistent member until death severed his relations. They moved to Searcy in December 1 898, nnd lived on their farm four milles west of town until Uiey sold it in recent yenrr. m The funeral will be conducted Saturday morning-n- t 9:30 n. m. by Itev. Wm. Cuoksey, nssisted by Itev. T. T. Trimble. Interment will tnke place in Oak Grove cemetery. Mr. A. II. Iloyston, . THOMPSON The sad news of the death of Mr. John C. Thompson at his home at San Diego, California, Tuesday, came in n telegram to his daughter Mrs, Sam Kurtz, of this city. While it was known that he was in feeble only health, his immediate family knew that the end was not far off. Mr. Thompson is well remembered here, where he lived for so many years before moving to California about thirteen years ago. He was a brother of Mr. I, I'. Thompson of this city ami is survived by his wife and three daughters, Mrs. Kurtz, of this city, Mrs. Itobert Jennings ami Mrs. Earnest Brown, of California. Mr. Thompson was a devout mem ber of the Christian church and while resident of this city wns a deacon in the local church here. He leaves LEXINGTON, Sept. 30 to Oct. many friends in Kentucky who will be sorry to hear of his passing away Kentucky's Great Trots. II, Eyes Tested Free F ARMES ITTED Broken Lens, Temples, Duplicated. and Bridges Repairing donepromptly on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Ollice over Mount's llntilware llours- -8 to 12 1 tirc. toll j. n.r ' J. Ms METCALF KENTUCKY. ' OPTICIAN. LANCASTER, PUBLIC AUCT ION Small Farm and Home at Public Sale I will on Saturday, September 7th at Two o'clock, P. M., on the promises, one.mile west of Bryantsville, Ky., sell my farm, contain ing 18 acres. This place is well located on good road, in splendid neighborhood, close to good school and churches. Everlasting water; there is enough Red cedar Posts on this farm to pay for . one half of it. Will also sell at the same time, two good jersey milk cows and calves and some hogs. TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. JESSE ALFORD Ky. "Bryantsville, A. T. Scott, Auctioneer, The Central Record, Thursday, Aug"29, 1918. made by Henry Ford Fordson Tractor & Gossip About People "vevg A Brief Dr. II. F. Walter of Mt. Vernon, Miss Chnrlottc Pollitt, of Jackson, returning home... Mm. Will Moss of spent several days with homq folks is Uic charming guest of Mr. nnd Lancaster, Ky, was here lasf. Sunday the past week. Mm. Wesley II. Dickcrson. ' to attend the funeral of her nephew, She remained Miss Mnttle Adams of Sharpslmrg Mr. John Dunn of Fort Oglethorpe Dr. John C. Howard. is visiting her Mrs. It. Ga., arrived home Wednesday for a over for the week end and visited her brother, W. grand-mothe- II. McGrath. Mlntion of the Coming, snj Going. LyThoit Wi Arc Inlrrtilid In. Mr, George Todd and Miss l.lllie Ogg of Ilcjra, motored to Crab Or chard, Friday. ,Mr. Mrs. Will Mo has been visiting rclntivcs In I'ineville. Mm. Joe Francis wns a visitor in Stanford the past week. ton, 1 Master William Kmbry of Lex- is spending several days with his lend, J. It. Hnscldcn. Mrs. I Son, now on display at .ula Johnson )ll Mary Lie I. pur vprnt the week Miss Florence, nrd visiting mil in llryantsville, with Mrs. II. C. ami relatives in ltlchmond. and daughter, friends CONN BROS., HARDWARE n This STORE Tractor will cut wheat, hemp, plow, at a small cost. etc., Will demonstrate this Tractor Friday and Saturday, AUGUST 30th and 31st. on the farm of John M. Farra, one mile from Lancaster on Stanford road.1! CONN Box & CAMNSTZ, Phone 798. Danville, Ky. i. 248. A. Wood Mower Walter , $65. Mailable Misses l.lllie Jones, Lillic Mae Mr. Cnshu Coy of Illinois, Is visit- Sutton and Hryan WiUnott were vis ing hi lilttu Minn cousin, Hazel itors in Danville, Saturday, Champ. Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. Ilaselden and Mr, nnil Mrr. I). II. Jones spent Mrs. I'attic Andrson were visitors .Sunday with Mr. Jones mother, Mrs. in Lexington the past week. Mary Jones. II Is J Josephine Jones of Danville, Mrs. I'. - Campbell of Louisville, is spending several days with Mm. si, WilIs visitintr her sister. Mm. J. C. II. Witt, on Danville Street. liams, nt Dryantsvjlle. .Miss Hcttve Williams of Ilichmond, Miss Mary Owsley spent several is the attractive guest of Mrs. Chas, days in Danville, the past week with Zanono, on Crab Orchard Street. " her aunt, Mrs. Dunn. Mr. Joe Wheeler came up from Miss Alice Pettv anil Mr. Itnv Gov Camp Taylor last Saturday night and of Hlchnioml, were guest of Miss spent Sumlay with the home folks. l.lllie Jones, Sunday. Mr. J. W. Arnold has returned to Miss Annie Morfonl Jones of Win his home in Itichmond, after a weeks chester, Is the attractive guest of visit to his sister. Mm. I.ula Johnson. Mis. Mil.lreil llcazley. Mrs. Maggie Young of Denison, Mrs. Klhil Darnolil an, I M!m Hi t. Texas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. West, are visitinir their aunt. Mrs. Georgn Carpenter, on Stnnford Ave. lie John Dunn, fit Hurgin. Mr. J. Y. lEobinson is with us for Mr Itobcrt Kmbry ami family, of a few days after recuperating at Crab Lexington, spent Sunday with Mrs. Orchard Springs for the last month. W T West, and family. Margaret Misses Dorothy ami Mr Jack Heazley of Stanford, Krvin, of Danville, are the attractive spent .Monday with Mr. anil Mrs. J, guests this week of Mrs. James A. llcazley and family. Hatcher. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Holtzclaw Mm Fran'. Browning tnd little son at Kohert, are in for .t v:nt tended the family reunion nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.. C. King, to friends and relatives. Sunday. Miss Ceeilc I la Won has returned home after a visit to her aunt, Mrs, Lieutenant. Ilolman It. Adams has F G. Hurt, in rah Orchard. returned to Camp Grant, Illinois, nfter a short stay with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. William McGulIin has returned S. II. Kstes. to his, home in Frankfort after several Mr. and Mm. Leslie Sebnstiifli and weeks visit to Mr. Samuel Elliott. little daughter have returned frbm a Mr. Clay Miller has returned to pleasant visit to Washington county. Akron, Ohio, after n several days vis with relatives. it'to his mother, Mrs. Dora Miller. Miss Gertrude Gaines, who is atMr. Warren Curd and family of tending business college nt Howling Mercer County, were truest 0f Jrs. Green, has been the guest of Mm. Ed J. IC. Curd from Friday until Sunday. C. Gaines this week. Itose. Range $85. Cast Ranges $50. 5 and 10 Disc Wheat Drills and Harrows, Oliver Riding and Walking Plows, the best tliats made, five ton Pitlers Scales. Depot Carriage Cheap. American Fence f J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. O. Colson. nenr Gib. son Station, Vn.. and other relatives . tl! .. o. i iiieviuc.s-.-- i rs. ii, u. lialley of Mrs. J. K. Iiobinson entertained in Lancaster, Ky who was visiting here honor of Mr. nnd Mm. George the pnst week, went to Drvden. Vu . of Covington; Mrs. J. II. to visit before returning home. Mount also entertained In. their hon- .Middlcshoto, hy., Three States. or this wee1:. The marriage of Mr. Archie Der.n Miss Klizabeth Kstes, of Irvine, llradshaw to Miss Ir.a Morris Ilronr. Ky., has accepted n position as book- at Smithshlrc, III., last Saturday came keeper in the Garrard Bank Tthd as o,uitc a surprise to his friends here Trust Company, succeeding Mr. John at home. Archie is one of our most Brown who left for Camp Taylor last progressive young farmers and stock .Monday. dealers nnd has many friends thru-othe county who will congratulate Mr. Bristovv Conn, Mm. J. II. Conn and Master llnrold Tinsley were in him heartily ution his return nnd nr. Cincinnati the past week to meet tend to the happy bride the best wishMrs Katherine Conn Tinsley, who es for a long and prosperous life nnd has been sojourning in N'ew York for also the hospitnlity that only a Kcn- tuckian can. The fo owinir nn. some time. nounccments have been, received by Mr. John Urown, who for the past friends. year or more has been the accommo- Mr. and Mm. Thomas Hpnrv rtronr dating bookkeeper at "the Garranl annoifticc the marriage of their Hank nnd Trust Co., left for his home daughter, in Mercer county, where he entered Lena Morris the army entraining for Camp Tayto .Mr. Archie Dean- - llradshaw. lor last Monday. Mr. Brown made lots of friends while' he lived among on Saturday, the 'twenty-fourt- h of us and all regret to see him leave. August, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen, Mr. and Mrs. It. I.. Klkm, Mrs. J. Smithshlrc, Illinois." K. Kobinson, Mesdames J. M. Mount, of Atlantn, John I.. AnnVrson, of Washington, D. C, George Mcltob-ert- s EDUCATIONAL SERVICES. of Covington, and Miss Joan Mount, motored to Shakertnwn and On Sunday, September 1st. nt the High Iiridgo last Friday, Hopping nt morning service, the pastors of the Shakertown for dinner. The party churches of Lancaster will nreacli on was complimentary to Mrs. Mount, some educational subject. The local Mrs. McKoberts and Mm. Anderson. ministers are doing this preparatory to the opening of the Lancaster Misses Etta and Maude Robinson have been in Lexington, for the past Graded and High Schools, on Monday week. They were guests for a few- - September, 2nd,, and in keeping with days of Mr. ami Mrs. J. It. Cornn, the spirit of the state wide movement formerly of Lancaster. Miss Etta to get high school graduates in col" has accepted a position as day opera- lege this year. The membership of the various tor, with the Fayette Home Telephone Co., nnd Miss Maude is em- churches is especially urged to t. ployed in a sewing room with the tend this service; nnd a special and cordial invitation is extended to Premier Manufacturing Co. those who do not affiliate with any Mits Edna Ilerkele entertained at church, to attend services somewhere. a breakfast Saturday morning nt 9:30 There are enough people in the com o'clock in honor of Miss Gertrude munity who are interested in the Wallingford who was the attractive boys and girls, to fill all of the guest of Miss Mamie Stornles Dunn. churches. Covers were placed for six. Besides the hostess and the guest of honor TEACHERS INSTITUTE those present were Misses Mamie Johnson, Stormes Dunn, Florence In Session at School Auditorium. Viola Beagle and Margaret Smith. few days furlough W. A. Price. with his mother. f. I i Mr. It. II. llatson is making his S. HATFIEbD, ! S$ Dentist. PHONES I fcancistcr, Kj?. I ) ! I SPECIAL Men ': Sill: I 5.00 Shirts I ( i I (!). Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Miss Lucile Sutton is visiting her Mrs. James I.. Cross, formerly .Miss Fannie llammack Kochler, of mint. Mm. D. II. Sinclair, of from her this county, in writin Christy, Texas, home, says: Mrs, John Mount, Sr., and Mrs. Itobcrt Hl.ikcmore of l,nGrange are Miss l.lllie It. Qgg has returned to guests of Mrs. Joe Mount this week. her home near Ilcrea, after a very pleasant visit with her cousins, Mrs. Mrs. John .Mount, and little son, 1.. Manuel and Mr. George Todd. are visiting in Danville, this week. the guest of her sister. Mm. Logan MKs Mayme Stormes Dunn enter Wood. tained a few of her friends last Thursday evening in honor of her Mm. James A. llcazley spent sev- guest. Miss Wallingford, of.Cynthi- days in Danville last week with eral ana, Ky. Mesdames Jelf Sallee and Jennie I'nney. Mm. "Thomas Ogg, Misses Sallie and Lillie Ogg, of Deren, .Mr. and Miss .Miiiircil llcazley will accomMm. I Manuel, nnd Mr. George M. pany her cousin. Miss Annie Jones, of Todd, motored to High Ilridge, sevWincherter, home Friday, for Sunday. eral weeks visit. .Mr. Itichard Uuckncr Spindle has Mr r.ari uroaunus 01 lamp invior. to his home in Norfolk, Vn., came up haturday and spent ? vera I returned ,,,l Mr. after spending ten days with his wife ,ll, hi. Mr at the home of Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Cronlay 1'ioaddu. Mclioberts. Mm. Joe Mount and quests, motor .Mr. Arthur Joseph, uf.Sumerset, ed Ui Stanford, Sunday afternoon, in the city Tuesday evening, and were guests of Mm. II. J.. Mc- - arrived but returned to his home yesterday. Itohcrts and family. He was the guest of his mother. Mm. Mrs. J. C. Kobinson and Mm. J. K. Elizabeth Joseph. llryant have returned home nfter n and Mr. and Mm. Frank Smitl ten days stay in Winchester and Lexlittle son, Kdgar Hruce, of llellevue, ington, with relatives. Ky., motored here Sunday and were Mr. and Mrs Howard Hoeing left guests of Mr. and .Mm. S. O. Kstes Monday for n visit to relatives in and other relatives. Campbcllsville, before returning to Misses Delia Tinder, Klizabeth their home in Chicago. Scott, Hettie Iiobinson and Clarke, of Mre. Dora Miller has received word Maysville, have arrived and will rethat her son, Mr. Hugh Miller, who sume their duties at the I.ancaster has been stationed at Camp Dodge, Graded School next Monday. Iowa, sailed last .Saturday. Mr. and Mm. F.dil Collier of MemMr. Jake Miller, ami little dnugh phis, Tenn., were in Lancaster for ter. Ituth, of Charleston, West Vn., several days this week, with relatives. are here for a tdiort stay with his par Kild is looking One and his many friends were glad to see him. cuts. Mr. and Mm. N. Miller. friends turn green with envy, when he writes of his trip to Pikes Peak and says "I've been on the top, in a snow storm; played snow ball August 17th. Hiking to 10 miles daily scaling mountains, feeling fine and every minute thoroughly enjoying in this delightful climate, with a maximum temperature of only 80 The Garrard County Teachers Institute convened last Monday morning and hold daily scrsions until Friday, which day the exercises will close. From the standpoint of attendance this is probably the best institute ever held in the county, as about seventy teachers have been enrolled during the first two days; A program of unusual interest '? booked for the week nnd many tpeakers of prominence from all ever . the state are to make addresses during the session. Prof. P. II, Hopkins seems to be the busiest man of the hour, as he is the instructor und that he is duint.' his work thoroughly nnd to the of all, goes without saying. He has held a njrmber of institutes throughout the state and his w-- k along this line has been complimented by all who were fortunate enough to attend his sessions. The Common School graduation ccrciscs will be held today, the pro gram beginning at one o'clock. Diplomas will be issued to about forty graduates, they having passed their examinations either last January or Mny. Parents and friends of these graduate's are cordially invited to attend these exercises, in fact every meeting of the institute. The program is being carried out according to announcement made in our last issue. Monday an organi- zation was formed nnd committees appointed. Mr. 11. F. Hudson and Itev, J, It. Moorman gave interesting discussions upon the Liberty Loan Tuesday in addition to Campaign, the regular program. Prof. Slilton Elliott, of Frankfort gave an instructive talk oirthe conservation of food and Prof. J. Virgil Cliapman, of Lexington, State Supervisor of Schools, discussed the schools and the war. Wednesday Prof. Milton Elliott gave a short talk and Miss Lida Gardner, of Frankfort, gave two talks on the Parent-TeacheAssociation. Mm. Kd O. Gaines, president of the Woman's Club addressed the teachem on the work of the club, while Prof. Clark, of Berca, told them of tho Army Y. M. C. A campaign. Other speakers who have taken part on tho program were, Sir. Fin-ne- ll of Transylvania' College, Prof. Edwards, of Itichmond Normal school and Itcv.'s Moorman and Callison of this city. Itev. II. S. Hudson will deliver the address to the Common School gradPresident uates this afternoon, Coatcs being unable to come on account of some war duties. legrees," tained nt Sunday.' and Mrs. Jonathan Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sanders enter a twelve o'clock dinner Mr. Those present were Lee Itankin, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Itankin, Itankin, Mr. Smith and Miss Eva Itankin, Mr. and Mm. J. I.. Weaver, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Llnzy Itankin, Mr. and Mm. Harry Goggin, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden I.eavell, Mrs. Spoonainore and Mrs. Sallie Sutton, and Mrs. Me- Kechnie. Mr. and Mm. Carlton Elkin chap eroned the following young people to Crab Orchard Friday night for the Stormes dance. Misses Mnyrtje uunn, r.una ilerkele, tieriruit? wal lingford Margaret of Cynthiana, Cook, Klizabeth Pilcher, of Louimlie, Itobinson Mesrm John Kldridge, Cook, Edwin Walker, Val Coo', How-maGrant, Todd Elliott, Hob N'oland, Hudson Frisbie, Uurton SUpp, nnd Wallace Cotton, Charlie Hurdctte, an old Garrard county boy and schoolmate of the writer, in renewing for the Central Itecord, says he could not do with out it. He asks to be remembered He and his fam to nil his friends. ily have lived at Ilroken Arrow, Okla, for a number of years und says it is the state for him. He adds that Hob Davidson left Oklahoma a few weeks ago ot keep out of politics. but we gave him the nomination for State Senator Just the same". i,.l, IE IM BASTIN $$pliL BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. I. I!. Mrs. Uoy Schooler, Mm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Smith and lit Uurton, Mrs. John Iioss and Mrs. tle son, Ilruce, motored from Cincinnati, Sunday, and will he the quests Dozler of Oklahoma, spent the day Sunday with Mr. J. T, Coj and famof Mm, Mary Jones, this week. ily at Crab Orchard, who are camping Mr. and Mm. Kdnmnt l.ane, of theie from Madison. Danville, and Mm. Spears Frye and Miss .Margaret Herring entertained of Illinois, were guests of little ton, Mm. J. It. Mount, Sunday afternoon. the following little friends last week at a house party at her pretty country Mrs. Nina Asklns ami baby of Lex home on the Danville pike, Those ington, and Mm. Oru Moore and little present were .Misses Kdith Moore, daughter, Jeanette, of Ilryantaville, Dorothy Moss and Mittle Dunn. were visitors of Mm. Dorn Milller, Mr. and Mrs. William W. West the, past week. have received word of the safe arrival Miss Florence Johnson gave a lun of their son, John In France. Mr. cheon Saturday, fur Miss. Gertrude and Mm. West have three sons now Walllngford. Those present were in the service. Traylor is now in Misses Viola lleagle, Margaret Smith, France und Harry is at homo on an Muymo Stormes Dunn, Gertrude Wal- - agriculture furlough from Camp lingford and Edna Ilerkele, Lee, Vu. "I urn more than a year In arrears with my subscription, perhaps two years. I am enclosing four dollars, please give me nn extension ns far as it will go, I do not wnnt to miss my IIOME paper and appreciate your sending it on. This (Hrowu) county is suffering from u two years moving lrought. Farmers uw No crops stock to other counties. nt all except irrigated gardens and a little feed ttutls. It is said to be continued the worst and longest drought in the memory of the oldest inhabitant." Mrs. W. II. Moss nnd Mm. Walton E. Moss of Lancaster, Ky., have- - been visiting Mm. J. T. Kvnni here. Mrs. Waltou Moss went to I'ineville to vis it Judge M. J, Moss and family before The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 29 1918. secretaries. sentlal that he should have acquired of some six American From each of these Army Y. M. C. the American spirit, and that he A. staffs there depend some ten model should have a virtually perfect speak English. Ills of WITH THE ITALIAN ARMY huts. Tp each of these huts there Ing knowledge are assigned three American secre- knowledge of Italian would prove n No more popular mnn throughout taries, n general resident secretary great convenience, but his special the stnte, who has left Louisville, was nnd two traveling secretaries, one value would lie in his being repres 11. Hnrrls Todd, who recently resinnwho tletutes himself chiefly to phy- entative of America to Italy ed us Division Passenger Agent for sical training, sports, etc., another The work is Official Restrictions. the Southern Railway and hns ncccpt-ei- l who devotes himself chiefly to social not open to a man under 32 or over oversea duties in the V. St. C. A. and educational work. From each AO. It Is not epen to any man of He will sail for Italy within a few of these model huts depend n numItalian birth or parentage, whether lays to work with the Italian army. ber of huts along the front which naturalized or not, under 46. It is lie hns given up n lucrative position have no resident American secretar- not open to any one who was born In nnd is now putting his whole soul in- ies. These huts arc visited in turn an enemy country, or to any one to the new work nnd writes his by the sefretaries from the model either of whose parents wns born in friends in Kentucky that he is highly huts. an enemy country. pleased. Need of Men. There are now The Association pro Allowance. Purpote The purpose of this ser- (July 191$) about 100 men engaged vldes each man with an allowance vice is to help win the war by coop- in this wcrk. An additional one sufficient for his own traveling nnd eration with the Italian authorities hundred fifty men are needed by the living expenses while in the service, in the maintenance anil rcenforce-men- t first cf September. 'and provides his family, If necessary. of the morale of the Italian General guaiiucationt. To qualify ' with a small allowance for their ex army, through actual development of this service, n man must be com-- 1 pent es at home. the efficiency and welfare of the men for plctcly loyal and must be strong In Training. All men accepted for and through active evidence of our nnd In the will to serve; he this service receive a special two own feeling of brotherhood for Itnly. phsique willing to face hardship nnd t weeks training course at Columbia must be The Need of the Work. Italian danger, nnd he must be resourceful University, in which they are trainarmy is a fine body of men, finely of- and adaptable. ed In methods of performing the ficered; but three forces which oper- Dr .Mott tays: that will specific types of service ate in all armies are specially Injuronly men of gen present themselves in Italy, and meet "We should send ious to army morale owing to the ulne Christian character. As we do jn chirscs for the study of Italian if conditions of warfare In Italy; tl.u net go to engage in n propaganda, it necessary. war weariness which affects all arm- is Important that by our lives nnd by Will ycu not carefully ies long In the field, the enforced our spirit wc show forth thnt which )C() Il!lillcr whether it is poslb!e for idleness of great bodies of men net . They , vou to nli,t ... thi. life. best in American s..rviceT If actually engaged at the front, and shoul.l be men of fraternal spirit, jt do so. is nut the insidious and energetic enemy able to appreciate sympathetically i is p0Mb!e for you to ,.ch J0U can ;,..ip t)lU tne a. ln propaganda. religious and other points of view- - most effectively to w n the w.trT Method. The Y. M. C. A. affords quite different from their own, and Will you not bring these same ques-tien- s comfort, warmth, light, a place for able likewise to work harmoniously to the ct.cntion of some of social gatherings, books and papers, in team with others. Above "il1, t'icy your friends and writing materials, music, lectures, should be men who go wit'i a domiFor such further statements as you talks, English classes, indoor games, nant desire and purpose to render may desire, nnd for information ns sports. is organized the maximum outdoor It ami si ould to the method of enlistment, see or friendship. believe with ull the.r sou!:, in the write to Armjr Cooperation. Th? Y. M. C. winning of the war. 1 would noi Ernest II. Wilkins, lioont 509, A. receives greater cooperation from favor stnding any man who did iiotj the Italian army than from any other. conscientiously believe that he could 347 Madison Avenue, Net" York, The huts and their furniture ire pro-- j measure up to these requirements" ided free. Supplies are furnished Special Qualifications. Since every' at minimum cost. Free transporta man serving the Association in Italy ' tion is furnished to the Y. M. C. A. will be a director of other men, it is personnel. An officer Is assigned to essential that every man be n man ot each hut to serve as agent de liaison . decided leadership and energetic per-- 1 Dme them out with Sloan's soothLiniment, the quick-actinbetween the Association and the mil- -' sonalty. Since every man will be ing liniment that penetrates withitary authorities, and one or more brought into frequent contact with the pain. out rubbing and relieves soldiers are assigned to each hut as Italian officers a courteous and reAlways have a bottle in the bouse for the aches and pains of rheumaorderlies. fined body of men it is essential I tism, gout, lumbago, strains .sprains, Organisation. The work in Italy t that every man be himself a man of stiff joints and all muvle soreness. Owrom tfd botitft. C- - -- 1 , Jl.rl Sympathy is in direct charge of 'Dr. John S. culture and refinement. Nollen, who has his headquarters in J with the Italian character, viewpoint Knowrtologna. From these headquarters , and aspirations is essential. there depend several army Y. M. C. ledge of the Italian language is highA. staffs, each at the headquarters of ly desirable, but it is not absolutely one of the Italian armies. Each of requisite. In the case of n man of these army staffs is to be composed Italian birth or parentage, it is es- Y. H. C. A. SERVICE OF w fol WHAT UHD, STOCK AND IMPLEMEN As administrator of Jesse Led ford, I will on ..,, Tuesdag, Sept; 17th, 1918 at 10 o'clock 3-- on the premises 1 1-- 2 miles East of Paint Lick, sell the otV" Rheumatic Aches lowing property to wit: 101 4 acres of land, consisting of good dwelling, tobacco barn and all necessary Has never failing water and the grow ing crops speak for the fertility of this land. Also at the same time and place will sell 3 horses, 2 good mules, 13 young ewes, 12 Duroc shoats, weight 150 pounds, 1 thoroughbred Duroc sow and pigs, 20 head of nice yearling cattle. Wagon, harness, plows, mowing machine, buggy, 1 new Ford touring car, and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. out-buildin- C. THE RETIRING FARMER. Comes a story from various sec tions of the stntc that farmers are retiring from active tilling cf the soil of late at a much eat tier than has been their custom in bygone Most of them nre ren'bining years. at the old homesteads, few uro drifting into the villages. But they are turning over to their boys the active farm work. And in some localities the reason is no secut. IT IS MERELY AN EFFOH I" TO SAVK THEIR SONS FROM I UK D'SAFT. lull public at large will have no q'.unel with the farmer for retiring. Generally it recognlics that in the past the farmer has been haurg rrugh sledding. And It ha no Ci'i'-plainow that he is dim ' coiri'.jr inti his own, appreciating fully thnt cci - itions not of hi: nialc.r..; but of Mi 'h' dictation tire putting tind leep-In- g prices for his producn where thty nre today. It m u .grumble a little but it will pay the price. For folks generally arc pretty lib. cral minded. HUT UNLESS TI1K RETIRING FARMER DOES HIS PAKT IN TUB LOAN DP.1V K, NEXT LIBERTY BUYS UNCI.: SAM'S I.IIlKltTV BONOS IN A MEASUItEE TO HIS PROSIT.!!-1TASIDE AM. ANI1 I'UTS DOUBT THAT HE IS DOING Ii IS DUTY TO THE UTMOST, TUI.RE IS MKEI.Y TO BE A DKCISIVE PKOTEST AGAINST THIS AUTO MATIC IMMUNING OF HIS SONS. For the public hus little piit'mce just nuw with slacking or subterfuge. It expects every man to d) lis duty by Uncle Sam. Not excepting the farmer. B. LEDFORD, Admr. WHICH IS EXACTLY THE lll'N PROPAGANDISTS SIRE. The end of the war isn't III sight by any means. Only In one short sector along the Swies border Is the fight on German D. soil. Germany still holds nearly all of Belgium, a great broud section of northern France, thousands of miles Office at Halney Livery Stable. of Russia, nnd her control of the Balkans is absolute. Kentucky Lancaster. Before the end can come all this must be wrested from her. THE FINISH MUST BE FOUGHT OUT ON GEItMAN SOU.! Uncle Sam Isn't deluded. Neither is England nor I'm lire. Nowhere is preparation for greater effort than hUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofltc Over National Bank. ever before diminishing. Uncle Sgm is planning right now 'itesidenc. l'hone 3. Office Phone 27 to raise t 10,000,000,000 for the next LANCASTER, KY. ear's war expenses. Planning to IS, 000,01)0 men. increase the army to GETTING HEADY TO CABBY THE FIGHT HOME TO THE HUN. So don't be deceived by this 1 1 talk of an eurly 'finish. Don't be discouraged if the 1IUN doesn't throw up the sponge befure Lick, Kontuokv. he reaches the Uhine. Whenever you hear talk of this tort, explain what it means. And meantime strengthen our ravings account for the Fourth Liberty Loan. VETERINARIAN. Public Sale Having sold my farm, I will on the premises, 8 miles from Lancaster, Ky., on on Richmond Pike, near-Manse, Or. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. J. A. Beazlev Friday, Sept 6th, '18 at ten o'clock, A. M., sell all my personal property, to wit- :old draft mares; One pair mare mules, 4 and 5 years old; two one aged brood mare in foal; nine cows with calves One harness mare; 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 Separa2-y- H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Dr. Printus Walker The Vocational Department ot Ilerea Calls Aniw.r.d Promptly Day or Francis O. Clark, Dean has several distinct schools, as Agriculture, CarNllht. I'hon. 317. pentry, Printing, Iron work for boys, KENTUCKY. Home Science and Nursing for girls, LANCASTER. and 'Business Course (Bookkeeping and Typewriting) (or both. TREES is the time to plant your Orchard, I.uwn and Garden. Our Inriie descriptive catulog of reliable Now Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST INSIDIOUS HUN John McRoberts. 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. PROPAGANDA. Encouraging the feeling that the war will soon be ended, now that the Yanks are in the field In force and taking the offensive, Is one of the most Insidious and effective forms of present day Hun propaganda. And ulmoBt every day you hear it, In most cases unconsciously being put forth. For the average person who advances this idea, and possibly really believes It, is unconsciously playing the Hun game. He is Just as unconsciously u Hun victim; one who is later to be rudely awakened, disappointed and possibly Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evergreens, Grace, Asparagus, Seed Po- Fruitand ShadeTrees LANCASTEIt, tatoes, Strawberries, KENTUCKY. Olllce over Stormes Drug Store. Hours 8 12 a.m. 1 4 p.m. 7:30-9p.'- firs. Florence E. Walker. r etc., Is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Agu BMlMSPhoMgrtfky TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY UMH9EPLLIH H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. mmR.ciiTHiu It ffMUutku itftra of iimiUim t'a MatrckatUU Lexington, Kentucky. UinilWIUVI mn 4 worn For any information call Jim Woods or Woods Walker. B. fr mct MClr MlTU,LalatlMH . The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 29, 1918. 7 AT .2:30 P. M. mm am AT Saturday, Sept 7, Zinnaird Bros or Rex Garaae This sale embraces TRADE NAME, GOOD WILL, Complete stock of Auto accessories, such as popular makes of tires and tubes, (nice stock on hand and advancing) FIXTURES, New Gas and Oil Tanks, Desks, Safe, Typewriter, also agency for such popular cars as the DODGE BROS., HUPMOBILE and CHANDLER, and no old cars included in this sale. Stock will be invoiced to purchaser and will run between $3000 and $3500. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. This is the oldest service station, salesroom and Garage in city, new corner building, one block from court house Square, building is of concrete construction, two story and basement, storage for 40 cars. Reasonable rental and term lease if desired. Such an opportunity to acquire this money maker at your price is rendered possible only because the senior partner John Kinnaird has volunteered in the U. S. army, and Robert Kinnaird in charge of this business is to be in the service. On return of either or both of these boys from the "front" this business can be sold back to them on the same basis you purchase it. Rooks open for inspection to prospective buyers. D. A, Thomas D U 1 Lancaster, Kentucky. SOME OF THE LIBERTY Realty Agency BITS Sept. 11 of Cruelty to Animals wns founded In YOU London In 1s21 ; soon Germany, Franco . mid the United Stales organized socle-tie-s College, Normal, Vocational If you buy a $100 bond of the for the like purpose, the first UnitAcademy, Foundation Fourth Liberty Loan you are lending ed States society having been charthe United States Government tered In ISflO. "Something Good for Every Comer" enough money to feed it soldier in Highest Standards Best EquiColor of Copper. Trance n little more than seven , Absolutely pure copper may have n months. Or you pmentsLowest Expenses. have furnished light gray color llke that of tnnt other enough money to give him n complete It Is found that copper All students do manual work and metiiN, outfit of winter and summer clothing, earn something. which has been ten times distilled In including shoes nnd stockings, and vacuo has only a pale rno color, while slicker nnd overcoat nnd blankets, the yellow color of gold becomes much AH have Bible lessons Four new buildings. with enough left over to arm him with lighter under similar treatment. a good revolver. You have done that Berea draws 1800 students from much to bent back the Hun. twenty states. New Vegetable Butter. It takes $35 more to arm him with Shen butter, the reddish nil of the You can share these good things n rille with a bayonet on it, nnd if 'ct African Isshea tree (Ilntyrosper-nuif you will. I'nrkll), one of severnl vegetayou buy n second $100 bond you furnish him this rifle anil 1,000 cartrid- ble butters that nre now of unusual For full particulars send name (hoc-olntand desires to ges for it; and there will still be Interest to makers of margarine, candles and soap. The sweet enough of your money left to pur-chaand wholesome pulp of the nut Is much Marshall E. Vaughn, Sec'y, bomb to throw In prized by a good-size- d the natives, and Is said to Berea, Kentucky a dugout, or demolish a machine gun be nearly s Omit butter. together with the Huns operating it. Ilrltnln controls the source. of supply. Substitute for Pepsin. Cops Stand the Strain. Fifty Dollars for Newfoundland. Health experts In the Philippines nro A Henry VII wns so pleased with the trjlng to develop an Industry In the sciential Informs us that closing the eyes nnd relaxing the discoverer of Newfoundland, the tlrst dried Juice of the papnjn for medical muscles for a space of five minutes colony added to the crown, Hint he pre- use as a substitute for pepsin. several times n day helps one to stand sented him with n JSO note. Mr. II the strain of war-timcondition. And Hall of the Navy league nltudcd to this Powerful Searchlights. hero wo bavo been blaming the cops circumstance nt n meeting of the SoSearchlights on some of the llrltWi when they were doing n wise and ex- ciety of Knglneers at Iturllngtnn battleships are so powerful that a cellent thing, especially when they House. The first effort to colonize for wero wanted by belated citizen", who the Ilrltlsli empire, he said, was made newspaper may be read by their light by n person 18 miles away. were holding a hurried session with In 1300. stlck-umen. New York Tliius. Rules for Success. Decimating. That which has been done once Is Orlclnnllr. declination wns n mill done the second time. Itepetl-- 1 CUNNS CHAPEL. tary punishment of the Itomnns, who Ml Is the only lals of perfection. iicmi wiui inrge Home or retiels, prls- - rn'lent continuance in had a mule to die oners or Mr. Frank mutinous soldiers by executby a straight pnlli to glory, bonSaturday. ing one man In tun. In nonnlni- - ncn er nnd Immortality. Frances K. WIN Mr. Coy Price was u guest of Mr. today, decimation means the destruc l.ir.1. John Land, Saturday night. tion in u inrge proportion or anytning; Mrs. Hobart Teater was a guest of ns, "the epidemic has decimated the population," or "the Prussian guards Mrs. Louis Noel, Wednesday, ero ucciiuntcu in i eriiun. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson motor ed to Lexington last Saturday. Sometimes Judge Too Hastily. It might he ndvlntile for us to sound Mr. Ed Dniley purchased u Ford our own depths it ml backgrounds and touring car of Mr. Elbert Moberly. a certain perspective and Mr. Thompson Davis purchased militate foreground for the people we ruthsome hogs of Mr. John Land at lc. lessly condemn as hopelessly ImpossiMiss ilcrnle Teater is at homo af ble, and so put so much greater an Imftf BOURBON rOl'lTRY CIRC ter an extended visit in Jessamine. pediment In the way of their advance down a. chick's throat cures ment to better things. Criticism Is a few mf visited Mr. and Mrs. 'John Sates, a waterdron in anu corea cruel and too often nn entirely unnecprevents cholera, diarrhoea-anMrs. Mary Simpson of Nina, who has essary weaiHin to wield against those otherchlckdiieaa". One been quite ill. Mc bottle males It cations of with whom we come In contact. There At alt druggists, medlcloc Itev. D. F. Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs. are ery few people who are really hampleand booklet onT'Pt eases of fowls" sent ritr.l-aurb- ea Frank Land were guests Sunday of "Impossible" If only we would make tim4f Ca, lu!?ta, I; Mr. and Mrs. John Land and the the effort to flud their good and worthwhile virtue. Exchaofe. Haielden Brother. Misses llolloii. BOND WILL DO. In England. YOUR Humane Societies Began Prevention FOR The ltoynl Society for the 1 u Costly Law Proceeding!. The fully nf rushing to the Inw to eiile every little dispute Is demon-stinti-- d by nn action between two potter fur n sum of 2. After being In court for 11 years. It win put nil end to by bilng referred to arbitrators, who decided In fiirnr of the defendant In case, nnd ordered the plaintiff to piiy nil the costs Incurred In the proceedings, which were nwcil t CI, I London Tlt-lllt- BEREA OPENS Having more stock at present than I can well care for, I will at the R. K. Conn place, on White Lick pike, two miles from Paint Lick, on GOVERNMENT SENDS AN URGENT CALL e The President of the CommiMion recently wired: "Need for stenographer, and tyP' ists at Washington grows more acute daily. Increase effort all possibli Tin' Government und all business concern nrc short five hundred thousand bookkeepers nnd stenogrn phcrs, nnd nrc offering beginners salaries never before heard of. The Government drafted our Civ Rookkccping Set, and about F.KiHTY-FlVper cent of the Cov TUESDAY, SEPT 10, beginning at ten o'clock promptly, sell to the highest bidder the following live stock and implements. One splendid young Jack 5 years old and a good breeder. His colts speak for themselves. One Saddle Stud, 9 years old and also a good breeder. One Draft Stallion, 9 years old. This horse produced some of the best colts of his class in the county. One Draft mare 7 years old, with foal to draft horse. One yearling mule; 1 mule colt; 1 driving mare, nine years old and with foal to the draft horse; 1 three year old pony and trap; 1 good milk cow with calf by side; 17 good grade owes and one buck; 1 brood sow and six pigs; 1 McCor-mic-k 1 binder, in good condition; 1 1 corn planter; 1 good farm mowing machine; wagon. sums under ten dol-lar- s, TERMS OF SALE-A- 11 cash in hand; over that amount, negotiable note payable January 1st, 1919, without interest. sub-soile- r; crnment's stenographers write the Shorthand system that we tench Tilt: 1IF.ST evidence that our courses nru the IIKST. Take, 1JY MAIL, our Civil-Seeight-week- Course or our Simplified Shorthand Course, the latter course consisting of T111KTY LESSONS, nnd we guar- antee you from K5. to $125. a month ns coon as you qualify. Mon ey back if not satisfied. Two bun dred thousand satisfied, money-mn- k inn former students. Clip, fill out, nnd send us the following coupon: COUPON Draughon's College, NashvilUT. Send me, FUKK, your book on Home Study, nnd tell me about your new plan of teaching the plan whereby it is EASY to learn BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, ShortPenmanship, hand, etc. This notice was clipped from The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Yours truly, ft (Name) H. B. CONN, Paint Lick, Ky Route No 3. (Address) CHsaMMgtMsaH The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 29 1918. Ilerea opem Its Are department! oi (September 11th, and will draw students rrom twenty states, and chiefly it.1. mnnntiln rpetnn for whleb Its' work l especially adapted. Th men " rail term is lounecn weeks' vacation, followed by twelre weeks' winter, and ten weeks' spring Several new buildings, new term. courses and new Instructors will Insure great Interest this fall. As President Wilson says. "We can not beat the dermans except with education as And as President well as force." tVftt nf hatha mivn. "Everr bov may not be able to 'take up' a farm, but every ooy or gin inai is in ati take up an education." Administratrix OF JlTOiXKfflCCIOtKKJfJIMlOaOOCKIl 8 g fi Classified Column RATF.ST Single insertions Ic n word No nd taken for less thnn 20c In this column. No nd in this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of live. Phone orders mint be paid promptly. K jj a K J 5 " S ' jj y w J X ItMJtKK K KITH Kit X KM W It It UXKIt WHAT YOUR SUB SCRIPTION MEANS, FOIl SAI.K: Millet reed. 14 IlushrU Herman J. E. Iloblnson. When you subscribe to n Liberty Loan you tubscribc to the tcntimcnt that the world must be made safe for democracy nnd subscribj to the fund that is to mnkc the world safe for " democracy. You subscribe to the belief that innocent women nml children on unarmed ships shall not be sent to the bottom of the sea; that women nnd children nnd old men shall not be ravished and tortured and murdered under the plen of military necessity; that nurses shall not be shot for deeds of mercy, nor hospital ships be suk w,ithoutvwurning, or hospitals and Unfortified cities tie bombed or cannon-- a guns. .ad v.ith Lug-rang- e You subscribe to the doctrine that small nations have the same rights as great and powerful ones; that might is n.ot, right, and that Germany shall not force upon the world the dominion of her military masters. You subscribe, when you subset ibe to a Liberty Lean, to the belief that America entered this war for n just nnd noble cause; that our oiiiierJ in France and i.'ir sailors on thi sen nrc figh.ing for right and ttiitiro. And you subscribe to the American rentiment that they mini nnd shall be powerful, efficient, and victorious. STAKE, THE TRANSYLVANIA $5,000, Lexington, October 3. WANTED: drill. A one horse wheat (i. M. Lyons. Stock and Farm t FOIl SALE: Several piece old fashioned furniture. Call v ifice. of this I'Olt SALE particulars. Mirror, .1 ft by 4 Call 200 cr this office for - I'Olt SALE; A car load of stock cues and feeding hogs. I'hune 3i!M-- Ja. Itobison. IMPLEMENTS As Administratrix of the estate of S. D. Cochran, place) near Point Leavell, Ky., on I FOIl SALE. Six cxta good year ling mules. Will sell right. W. M. Koyttoii, tt-pIjincailir, Itoutc 1, I'Olt ItENTl for year 1010. tf Farm nf 1.10 See or write arm. 4, .Mrs. drnre button. Stanford. Ky. Koute FOI'. SALE: will at his farm (Old Stephen Walker .'0 bushels of Sweet Clover Seed. $0.50 per bushel. See me Court day. Stephen U Sutton. h FOI! SALE: 12 yearling cattle. steers, 3 heifers and onr good grid: Hereford Hull. J. C. Doty, Marksbury Ky, llryantiville phone 47-- GREATEST SALE OF SEASON TO BE HELDJN BOYLE James H. Bangbmin's "Hill Top" Farm Thursday, Sept.- 12th, '18 Beginning at Nine A. M., sell the personalty of said deceased, at public auction, said property consisting of the followinghead of fat cattle, , FOIl SALE: A handsome set of walnut furniture, some antique turn iture, and a hand vacum cleaner. All in good condition, Inquire ut this office. WANTED llids for the New Hiils muit Iluckeye School House. bo in by noon August 31st. Plans and specifications will be at the County Clerks office. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. To Bt Sold In September. Col. G. It. Swinebroad, the real .wizard of Lancaster, has put on a number of really big sales the past few years and sold some very hand1 1 1 1 ole 31 some Kentucky blue grass farms, but - making arrangements he is nowfor a 1 1 six sale along In September, which promises to eclipse anything that he has yet conducted. This will be the sale 1 1 4 135 20 of the famous "Hill Top Farm" owned by James II. Baughman, of Boyle county. is well Mr. Baughman 1 two-hors- e 1 cow, 1 3 known here where he has a number of relatives. He frequently comes to 1 1 1 1 1 Richmond to buy cattle, as he is one of the biggest feeders and farmers In that section of the state. His farm, 3 20 rsr!it on the outskirts of Danville, Is one of the show places in that section, being the finest sort of soil, and with -5 a residence that has every modern improvement, and all modern conveniences. His crops this year have been phenomenal and his wheat acreage broke all records. 8 6 12 12 In addition to selling this magnificent farm, Mr. Baughman will also 1 sell a large lot of cattle and livestock, und the sale bids fair to bu- - the biggest, trait has ever been held in that in section. With such a splendid land, und livestock offering and an experienced sales manager as Col. Swine-brom- l, in it is bound to be, nnd to attract .people from hundreds of miles ufoupd. In writing about this farm, CoL Swinebroad, grows enthusiastic, fpr he realizes that he has n real gem to offer some discriminating buyer.. He suys; "It, may surprise some cf Mr. Baugliman'8 friends to know that I have succeeded in persuading Mr. Ifan.chman to let me sell this farm at Thompson; thence leaving Davis I TKIIMS.- - The sale will be made I have public auction. known for Dally Thought. Creel; and up a branch S 5 W on a credit of six and twelve months Wlfiloiii nnd Eoodnt'Ms ure twin born. borne time that n great muny parties 0.07 chains to a sugar tree on vast nnd the purchaser will be required to Towner. were desirous of owning this furm side ild biuiich; thence up an-- . execute bonds with approved kecur-othbut Mr. Baughman refused to price it branch S 40 -l W 7.50 chains (ity for the purchase price, said bonds Complete Supply. S 25 W 4.80 chains to n stake corner bearing six per cent have frequently passed by the interest from und Utr lltllo duutiliti-- r t othe 02 acre tract; thence with lines' date until paid, having the force nnd ' t A wniiiun had bo lllli il. Tim clerk with land buyers whose attenfurm a hoc ulnre to of same and up a branch S 25 W 2.02 rffvit of n Judgment upon which was attracted by it und it has aption OAKHAM) CIKCU1T COUUT. to u stake, corner to J. W. locution may Issue, payable to W II. put nno tiling on and luked lier to walk pealed to nearly every onu who has II. - Thompson, et ul, luiw It filt. Sin- - did l'lalntiirs, Iluun, S 15 K CIO chain to u stake, Ilroun, Master Commissioner of the ioiiihI and VS. I have been able c.rner tu same. S 21 W 12. 08 chains I Hiit-rnnI cen it. One reason rirru it Court nnd it lien will i, Hum said to tint clerk: "It feels, County Defendants, ul, In. middle bo b sell farms at public auction is that Florence Ford, aetjudgment tendered in a stake taldUunn ofanil Tim Itoad. I'untilreserved unon the nronertv sold hvlrlit, I'll take two nf Vm!" corner to Ford, the purchase money js paid, Pursuant to I have been nble to offer desirable v n HltOU'.V M C fi C C the August Term, 1018, the under- - thence with meanders of mid road N at property. It Is not often that such DMIIIVII V Vllllltiaaivi.v. n ... ev, ... I't.w- - u, 1I4UV lUMIlia il Ki(uab IUII1VI iu Ancient Thessalonlka. W 10.81 ch. to M I.. U Walker, Attorney for Tiffs. n farm as this can be "purchased eith- - lie luticn oil the premises In tmr said Ford N,G7 Ilrltlsh soldiers out ut Salonika hare " . . .. J u il' ! r.i! ..V. f.. 3 .. .1 C I will ut same time und pluce, sell I. - rJ County, heniucK; tiruf If nil en ,.... i""--'umi uiosei. .,(.i, fnii,i ;.niin.ur little lovo to spare foi the place. 'Theyto n beech, corner ta cord who know Mr. Uaughman know that ut U'ti o clock A. .m.i on snv out there." remarked u Wrlh warf.llil livo. viiwi'a w. TIIL'IISDAY, SEI'TEMUKU 10. '18 V 8.25 chains to nuth side of kaiil Ul uvi av, things j rlor home on leave, "that It drnped when this farm is offered for sale that In Lie tor..! corner to Fori, thence leaving coin, hay and straw. Other the real estate mentioned numerous to mention. out of (lod'a pocket. jet 18 centuit will certainly change hands, I "m'uicdinKt and described aj folljwsi the Koad N 4 4 K lull chains to u too II. U Thompson, Admr. ries agii It had a Clirlsllun iliurrli so .. e In Gq'rnrd. stone coiner to I'ord -V Ri- w r, is going to A boundary of land it und sell it In u poplar stump corner to Important that St. l'aul devoted to It separate tracts there being 500 ucres County, Ky, ull the waters of Davis I (hums Nto38 E 3.50 chains to a stako consisting two of Ids Immortal epistles. tracts of Dunn in the farm. It is just two und a half Creek,and surveyed ofin two tiuct and l.ninli. Ik.n.. ilmu.i .nl.l l.ni.w li To Mend Broken China. one laud miles from Danvlllle, and on such a bounded and described us follows; with its meanders N 30 1.' 0.50 Tie the broken parti of china to- I Muchidoo About 0. E 0.60 chains N 28 gether with stout string, being suro good pike that 6ne must exercise a Beginning ut u stuke In Davis chains N 13 I A little book with thafttfle of "The E 5.27 chains N good deal of will power to keep from Creek, a new corner to William Al- N 30 E 3.03 chains 48 E 4.84 chains that the edges meefe'enly ; (lien comto Davis Creek: 10 tract; .violating the speed law," Richmond len and uUo corner to withacre mean- thence down said creek with its pletely submerge the dish In u pan of Vest I'oiket Argument Settler" has its thence down said creek klm mljk ami place on back of store been observed ut a book store. Now Itegister, ders und lines of suid 16 acre tract meanders H 70 E 8.27 chains to an to gently tdmmer nil day. Do not re- who In the world ever bad such an arE 2.50 Full description of the farm und ull N 00 2 E 6.50 chains N 74 2 E elm, N 00 containing chains17 to the move from th) milk until thoroughly gument about a vest pocktt as to try 109. ures. E 3.50 chains beginning, 7.02 chains N 50 offering will appear in the Central N The purpose of the sale herein Is cold and even thru don't cut the string to write a book about 11 Maybe tbe E 1.62 chains to a buckeye 88 Watch gone, beginning corner to 10 acre to divide the proceeds thereof accord-In- g for 24 hours. Hut water will not cause book wasn't about vest pockets, after Record at an early date. all. to the rights of the parties. for it. the cups to cujiie apart ugalu. (tract, and corner to I'oster nnd pair of two year .mules; mule colt; yearling mule; pair of brood three year old work mules; mare; work horses, pair of year old mules; aged mule; l.four year old mare mule; brood sows; wagon, buckboard and rake, corn eighty pound shoats; seventeen milch pound shoats; sow and seven pigs; Strayed from Mrs. Hob Cox place about the last of July, a yearling heifer, part Jersey, has white hind legs and some white on side. Any information will be rewarded by notifying John Ilest, Crab Orchard, It. F. V. No. 2. FOR SALE: I have In stock one Sllo 12x30, Clear Oregon Flru o.i piece staves, capacity 80 tons, which I will sell at a great bargain. Drop me a card or call phone 100, Stanford, Ky., at my expense. W. P. Klncald. FOK SALE: 307 acres of lllue Orass land in Mercer county on the pike, between Huena Vista and Uur- gin. This farm is the best bargain in Mercer or (tarrard county, ut the price asked. For particulars, call on or write, J, It. Aimer, Huena Vista, Ky. pony and carl, harness, slightly used; rubber tired buggy, Deering Ideal Binder, Mower, planter, wheat drill, Wheat Fan, and Drag Harrows, About hoes pitch forks, etc., cultivators, turning and Double shovel plows, Hemp Brakes, Cutting implements sets of Work Gears, Corn Shelter, and other small such as tons of baled clover hay, or tons of baled timothy hay and tons of baled straw and oats, due Hupmobile, and quite a lot of household and kitchen furniture. All sums of less than $15.00, cash TERMS: hand, over that amount, a bankable note three months without 'interest, Dora Gfoehran, Admx. FOIt SALE: The Mary n. Fres- ton farm, on Kentucky river, near the mouth of Sugar Creek, containing about 100 acres. About 75 acres in lood stnte of cultivation. $700 or $800 worth of locuit posts on farm, also five room house, stock barn nnd three acre tobacco barn. U. (5. 1'reston, Agent. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND I'Olt SALE OU TltADE: About 500 acres of Knox County coal und timber land; right on L. & N. Hull-roa- d and State road. Has four houses nnd can be illyldcd to suit purchaser. For further particulars apply to Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., I.nnauter. Ky.. Itoute No. 1. I'hone 037-1- FARM LOANS. Uegin now to nrrunge for January loans. Ask about our new plans. No loan fee charged. I). A. Thomas, Itealty Agency. " ' i'"iiy, ... ... rv ,itv High Quality Low Prices Prompt Service Perfection Piciure SHOP. NICIIOLASVILLE. KV. KODAK WtrtTSpeciibr. A Trial will be Appreciated