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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 5, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918090501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 5, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YKAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 5. 1918. NUMBER S3. iiSv. wrrpwpm inT aip Tnc sale of land anil lots on Ham ilton Avenue, conducted by the Unit- fit Realty Co., insisted by I). A. I nomas local renltor, was entirely satisfactory tu the owner, A. II. Ilav tin. Lots were bid dlT rapidly and merngc oM from $221. to $2f"0 per acre tammittppc m i MEET TO-DA- to plan nominating successor to senator james. judge Hardin issues call. Judge Charles A. Hardin nf the State Central and ,chair-ma- Mr. Farmer Your fall plowing can be done with rty I is! Execu- LESS WORK, LESS LABOR, LESS EXPENSE HONOR ROLL Crfci StcHM A W7 - nirfHM GJwTHr ih:iu..t.ii. trim mtantM ml Km. L'tti.a.l mhm fruM nitnat U4 IwaUlia l.l.k. fcwux- - lvt jr. Mmln v..m.r. I American Casualties Now 23,070. k,riwi -' CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT The American Casualty list given out liy the war department last Sat- urday, Included 20.1 names. Eleven men were killed in action, four died of wounds anil 187 were wounded. The total number of casualties up to that date were ns follows: killed in lut I on, (including '".U at sea) 1,715; certain kind of farming implements arc very hard to get. If you are Interested and need anything in this Hue, give us your order now. 'fpunou ;o pji ease, 1,021); died of accident and other causes, 752; wounded In action, 2,033 ; missing In action (including prisoners), 2,510; Totnl, 2.1,070. ; iori-'- l 1 tive Committees has issued a call for a meeting of these committees to meet at Louisville today, for the purpose of discussing plans for filling the vacancy on the Democratic ticket occasioned by the death of Senator Olllc M. James, who recently was nominated to succeed himself as KenUnited States Senntor from tucky. The meeting will convene at Democratic State Headquarters at one o'clock this afternoon, Mr, J. K. Robinson is a member from the state at large and left yesterday to attend the meeting. with JOHN DEERE I BIDING- PLOWS - IP Conn G Brothers. .1111 Official Government Notice it SOLD AND LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. ii rir IE MEETING J EVERY MAN cept those previously registered Hutwucn tliu aires of 18 to 15 (both inclusive), ex- .t' 1 GUARANTEED BY FOUNTAINS CLOSED )n account of the shortage of t nips, the soda fountains of J. E. St rmcs and It. E. Mcltoberts hate t.iscd down fur the season. It has been almost, impossible to get these :urs for the past month mid the abate result was inevitable. IMPORTANT FOR MERCHANTS Mr. Kugene J Strnus, State rep resentative of the Kentucky Council of Defense, conservation division of the War Industrial Hoard, will ad dress the merchants nnd people of Garrard County tomorrow, Friday at :i :.)() P. M. Mr Straus will explain to them the National recommendations of the Consertntion Division on restricted deliveries nnd the cur tailment of other unnecessary srr. vices. The public is urged to attend as well ns the merchants of the city anil county. MORE MEN TO EN- - MUST REGISTER for the BIOS Lancaster. - Kentucky g SELECTIVE SERVICE DRAFT S.KENTUCKY STORE CLOSES . On account of Saturday, September 7th , being Jewish New Year, and V r 'ay September Irtth, being the . y cf Atonement, the store of the 1 Ji-'p- h September 12th, 1918 STATE ASSOCIATION SWINEBROAD STILL Mercantile Company, will be f"oc,l cn the above dates. I'atroni are advised to please keep I i In mind, REGISTER AT Your VOTING PLACE You will receive a questionnaire at the same time, which must be filled out and returned to the Local Board within seven days. PENALTY GARRARD'S FINAN- TRAIN THIS WEEK. Under Call No. 12.12, the follow, ing men, (11)17 Itegistrants) are called to report to this Hoard for to Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., Thumday. September 5th, 11)18, at D o'clock. James II. Dyehousc, Stanford, IE. 4, Nathan J. Simpson, Lancaster, It. 3, Ituben Pointer. Paint Lick, It. 2.' Under Call No. 1201, the following men (11)17 registrants in Limited Military Service) are called to report to this Hoard for entrainment to Camp Wheeler, Macon, Gn.,on Friday, September fith, 11)18, at 3 P. M. Edward II. I'oindexter, Mnrcellus, John W, Anderson, Marcellus. Olllc W. Estes. Stanford, U. 4. Willie It. Coulter, Hrynntsville, Ky. Henry T. Preston, Ilryantaville, Ky. Manuel J. Cayse, Ijincaster, It. 3. Local Hoard for Garrard Co. FOR FAILURE TO REGISTER CIAL STATEMENT. Intfcis issue of the Record appears the financial statement of Garrard County, as of March 31st, 1918. This is the most complete statement ever published in the county and covers tho financial condition of the county in every detail. The statement was prepared by Miss Sue Shelby Mason, and is Indeed a credit to her ability and she is to be congratulated upon tills splendid piece of work. Under the laws of the state these statements must be published every year, that the tax payers and Unpeople of the county may know just how their money is spent. Judge Stapp says this law will be upheld to the letter and a statement will be published every year. is one year imprisonment, anil NO man can exonerate himself by the payment of a fine. Register Promptly E. II. CROWDER, Provost Marshal General, War Department, U. S. A. KENTUCKY'S GREAT TROTS, The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. Classes Fitted. AND EYEGLASSES. 18 Years Experience. 12 Years In Central Ky All the latest STYLES IN SPECTACLES J. J. BYRNE Exclusive Optometrist. AT KENGARLAN HOTEL Lancaster, Sept 16th to 21st I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. V There are a few points about free dental services that should be emMEN FROM 18 TO 45 SUMMONED phasized at this time. MENTAL VISION TO ENROLL BY PRESIDENT. The Preparedness League of American Dentists requests its memYour mental vision cannot be clear All men from 18 to 45 years of' GREAT MEETING bers to give each drafted man one your optical vision is cloudy. age in the Continental United States, if hour cf free dental service. Byrne's Scientifically Filled Clastes except those in the army or navy or TO BEGIN AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH This should be given without queswill restore the delicate balance be- already registered, were summoned tion as to ability to pay. When the tween the Ocular nerves and muscles. by President Wilson Saturday to reg-IstNEXT SUNDAY. hour has been completed, the den-tist'- is At Kcngarlan Hotel, Sept. for military service on Thursday With every detail arfanged and at liberty to inquire as to the ltith to '.'1st. September 12. with the local choir practicing every ability of the registrant to pay a fee .Machinery of the Provost .Marshal ..,;..,!... .....I ..11 .I...-!- !A..:nl UCldllS to have the work completed, should (cnerals office was set in mot on to.iv.iiitnh "ml mi Mir miuilllUI t. WCTU be required. carry out the second great enroll-,- . looked .after, the meeting which is to additional service . ,. Should he prove himself worthy of The Union will meet, Saturday at merit under a presidential proclama- . i . ,u 3 o'clock at the Club Room, The tion issued soon after the free service.the 'dentist, con- " HI: ""T,. " " "! further such service President Zl tinues in the name of nnnunl election of officers will be had signed the new man-powact eU , th' League, the Let us fight the enemy held. The appointment of a dele- - nttimlini. .1...... r niv- man ve. TM... I. Ml t lie Dill, ... ..f r-13 U,"K , ul "li- with our own weapons those with Kate to the State Convention which .nmnt..tr..l In f '...,........, .... ' ' n.,!v., .... ....... ... vU..h.m, oirin I" . -- V.I1I,. M.,.l.... which we are mostfamiliar. convenes at Louisville, Sept. 'Jlith-30tEach the White House for the President's will preach his first sermon that even one of us can do this in our own ofIt is very important that all Signature Saturday soonafter the ing. Dr. Montgomery comes with a fice by giving members be present. free dental service to uouse aim Senate convened lrcpU,atio of being an able speaker the drafted man. It is estimated that a least 12.778. imJ w djct that t,,e w, Give it freely and without restraint 758 men will register Ins time, com- SPLENDID OPENING am, fc , be mlei, ewni ns one of the great privileges of an pared with near 10,000,00 on the (U,rVC( from ,,,, aMe American citizen, mullet us all be Oa Lancaster's Graded and High Schools. first registration of men from '21 to ln011s thankful that we orcible to do this 31 on June 5, 1917. Of those who , ut. The mu,,c C0mluct0ll by through the heritage of tho greatest A lame number of patrons and f,"""'1"' th?1 -- I?00'' '""'I talent which means that it will birthright given by any nation. friends of the Lancaster (traded nnd Zn l genera military, be of tht. h, , e The following figures show the High Schools uttended the opening rervlce. probably tl,e;ticuInr Tlc tHlent' that Lancaster amount of work done by the Pre last Monday morning which proved th S rnSn this line is unexcelled by paredness League to June 1, 1018. in "m.uB to hae been the most auspicious or more ..ges loesses JIr3 Men examined 84,518 since the history of Oie school, that is ', I Hughes ., Noland will conduct the mus. Workeil for, reported by card, C3.C25 i from a standpoint of ntteirdance from ic and songs and will be ably assisted Fillings inserted, 180,593 the pupils. CHlkMi into the nrmv will hv In Pri.tiPA ' . .. .. .. iw. iinrry lomiinson on th pine Teeth extracted, 07,247 Every teacher from the different before next June 30, swelling the Iluckllv.r- Spindle, will Plates Made, M, , 030 grades were present and the enroll- Amerftan to force ,ho dloir wi Crowns made, the put . 2,040 ment for the first day was 355, which inure iiian me i.uuuuu men expeci- ussisi on of tho best talent of the town, Crowns and bridges 105 number has never been eclipsed on ed to win the war in IDli). The last j consist irrespective of denomination. Bridges 885 tho opening "flay. lu it? cuiii'ii will iin mi vniiiTm in iii(ir. Prophylois treatments 33,071 Under the superintendency of eighteenth year, but those of that MrBeiUy kcd to U3sist , th, mvet. Diseased teeth treated 3,105 I'rof, I. II. Hopkins, this school has ago who desire nnd who have thoJ . aml as has , be the ,clll. Miscellaneous operations!.. 48,535 processed witli leaps nnd bounds und nece5ary qualifications may be in- ,,, , ,. w the corps of teachers under him are ducted into service on October 1 for will all gladly lend a helping hand by Total operations performed 330,931 the best to be had in the state. special technical or vocational train-I- n their presence and participation. These figures are taken from May-o- r These teachers and the grades tr. x It lias been the custom for several lllcknnt they represent were published in our Iiegistration this time will be con- years for this church to hold u serDr. M, S. Hatfield. issue of a few weeks ago. ducted as heretofore by the local ies of meetings every two years und The second day of school found Draft Hoards. All "federal, State, The Berea Faculty numbers mor the public is looking forward to It every one down to hard work, Just as county and municipal officers 'are with a hearty and by thuu una hundred, and Is being strongly if school had been In session a month. called upon to aid the boards in their which much good will for next fall. Prof. C. result to the Itexfnrd Raymond, formerly well Lancaster and Garrard county citi-len- s work, to preserve order and to round church and the community. kuowu as a Berea teacher, returns aftare proud of our schools and up slackers. All registrants will be er ,ouie years absence, during which with their hearty which classified as quickly an possible UnDON'T FORCET Saturday Sept. be has been nastur of a very lares every teacher asks of them, this der the questionnaire system, and u 7th, at 2:30 1'. M sale at Absolute church In Brooklyn, S. V. President should be the banner year by far, for drawing will be held at the Capitol Auction of Klnnaird llros., or REX Albert J. Weldler of Frenchuurg goes to Berea as Professor of Latin, and tho Lancaster Graded High to fix the order of registrants in their Garage, und It is n money maker and I'rof. II. 1. Kean of Chicago as Projchools. respective classes. must be sold. fessor of Mathematics. Lesinfton, Sepl. 30 to Oct. II. WILL REGISTER SEPT. 12. sociation. The dedication of the service flag of the association will take ' place Wednesday evening. I The meeting will be in session throughout Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday anil Friday, and will bring to Louisville a distinguished array of speakers who will deal with subjects of immediate and vital importance not only to Kentucky but to the nation as well. SELLING 'EM. Three banner days in the real estate business for Swinebroad, the With physicians and nurses occu- real estate man, will take place durpying a position of higher importance ing this month, he having in this isfrom a purely military standpoint sue ofthe Record three sales for than even army officers, due to the Sept. 19th, 20th, and 21st. A total greater length of time required to of nearly two thousand ncres of the an-- ! best land In the blue grass train physicians, the section of nual session of the Kentucky State the state. Rsad the advertisements. Medical Association, which convenes This "live wire" sold the Rankin in Louisville on Tuesday, at The Seel-- I farm in Boyle last Saturday,' to D. T. bach, will assume a more Goggin, o"f Somerset, for $200, an range of influence than any pre-- , acre, and the Slama farm adjoining vious session in the history of the as- to W. D. Williams of Boyle, for $142 IN SESSION AT LOUISVILLE THIS WEEK. sixty-eight- h MEDICAL an acre. Col. Boliver Bond, who has won fame oh the block, will sell these farms for Mr, Swinebroad. FREE DENTAL SERVICE j,i,. ,.,.!.. r,,.,. i. T ,,,,..,,;,,, ,,,. iy ,, ... ..... ... ... ...... . ........ .. ... .. ...... ...... . jt ., ,, The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5 1918. The R. L. BURTON FARM at Saturday, Sept TOBACCO FROM THIS FARM SOLD 21, AT 10 A. M. 190 Acres of the 5EST TOBACCO, CORN and HEVLP hAND in Central KentuclvJ. Six miles North East of Lancaster on Buckeye' pike, in Garrard County. DESCRIPTION-Lon- g level frontage on both sides of pike, with improvements in center of farm. Mostly level and rolling with small portion partly steep. SANDSTONE land which gives the WEIGHT and COLOR and has made the REPUTATION of Garrard County tobacco. In high state of cultivation, fencing good, and watered by living springs. 40 ACRES in corn, 8 acr,es in tobacco, 16 acres stubble sown to grass, 30 acres meadow, balance in Blue grass. One-ha- lf mile to church, telephone and mail service. mile to good school, one-ha- lf IMPROVEMENTS-Splend- id 10 room dwelling, 2 porches, one a large concrete porch, basement, bathroom, water works, servants house, garage, 3 hen houses, cistern and well. Two 8 acre tobacco barns, 2 silos, 2 stock barns equipped with feed and litter carriers, stock scales, tenant house. Beautiful level yard to pike with large shade trees, good orchard. This farm has been taken care of by the present owner for 25 years, he has been a breeder and feeder of high class stock, fed in barns and maintained the land in high state of fertility. last year for 50c PER POUND-PRES- ENT CROP WILL BRING $1,000 PER ACRE. The land will be sold in three tracts, 60 acres with dwelling, 1 stock barn and 1 tobacco barn, 90 acres with stock barn and tobacco barn and 40 acres with tenant house. If the bidders desire will combine two or more tracts. WILL SELL IT THE WAY YOU WANT TO BUY IT. Look at the land before day of sale. The owner or the parties named below will be glad to show it any time. TERMS EASY. At the same time will sell the following stock:-2- 0 short horn yearlings, 700 pounds; 2 pair mare mules and 1 pair horse mules, 4 to 6 years old; 5 pair mated 2 year old mare mules; 4 short horn cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; 1 registered south-dow- n Buck; one Hay Baler; 1 manure spreader; 1 Ensilage cutter; 1 12 H. P. gas engine and a lot of good farming implements. For further particulars inquire of D. A. Thomas, Real Estate, Lancaster, Ky., or W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky., or SWINEBR0AD THE REAL ESTATE MAN, LANCASTER, KY. RENEWED TESTIMONY No one in Lancaster who suffers backache, headaches, or distressing urinary ills can afford to ignore this story. It Lancaster man's twice-tol- d is confirmed testimony that no Lancaster resident can doubt. W. C. Davis, tailor, Public Square, says: "Some time ago my kidneys I suffered were in bad condition. with pains across my back and thru my loins. My kidneys were irregular in action and I had to get up many times at night to pass the kid I had considerable ney secretions. stooping over to do and I became easily tired and languid. Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief and I think they area fine kidney medicine." (Statement given April 22, 1912.) AGAIN PRAISES DOAN'S 17th, 191G, Mr. On November Davis said: I am always glad to say a word for Doan's Kidney Pills. When I have any symptoms of kidney trouble, Doan's Kidney Pills are sure to give me relief." Foster-Mil-bur- n COc, at all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. these at all times. Mixed STUDENTS' White flour and Victory Flour must not be sold by you at a ARMY TRAINING CORPS. greater margin than $1.2,0 per barrel over cost to you. Training The Students' Army The new rules apply to all sales of flour at retail bymillers also and to Corps is the name given to the miliall exchange or deposit wheat by tary organization to be perfected In the colleges this fall. farmers. d All students in the The Food Administration holds the dealer responsible to see that these college where a corps is organized substitutes are bought by consumer, may enroll or enlist. The enlisted and there are seven penalties for student does not receive pay, because He is, he is on inactive service. failure to conform to the rules. The Victory Mixed Flour will be however, in the military service of very good; will make nice bread, and the United States. He may attend people should be urged to use It. If camp for six weeks during summer, they buy the white flour they should when he receives pay. His relation to the draft: be urged to mix their substitutes with The member of the Students' Army it when making bread so all bread will be alike. If you have on hand Training Corps is a volunteer in milwill, however, He rice flour, oat flour, potato flour, or itary service. buckwheat flour, and your customer register when he reaches the age and wants them, you can sell them as the upon notice by the President. The substitute, but you can not require draft board will not call him for inthem to buy any substitutes but the duction as long as he remains a memthree: corn flour, corn meal, and bar- ber of the Students' Army Training Corps. ley flour. Not an exemption plan: W. M. KLLIOTT, This is not a plan for the exempCounty Food Administrator. tion of college students. The purSeptember 1st, 1918. pose of the plan is to provide for the very important needs of the army for LOUISVILLE MAN TOOK VIN highly trained men as officers, enTO THE MERCHANTS gineers, chemists, doctors, adminisHEPATICA ANDJ30T WELL. trators. The plan is an attempt to OF KENTUCKY. mobilize and develop the brain power Beginning September 1st, all the SAYS HE NOW FEELS LIKE AN of the young men of the country for Allies and the people of this Country those services which demand special ENTIRELY NEW PERSON. will make their bread and pastry of training. g har80 per cent, wheat flour and 20 per The presumption is that, for the Mr. O. Ilarsin, cent, substitutes, ness maker of 2105 Maple Street, next year, the largest proportion of plan is at an end. The old 50-5- 0 Louisville, Ky., says: the student body reaching the requirThe flour mills will make; "I suffered from backache, general ed age will be used to supply the of1st. Victory Mixed Flour which rundown condition, loss of appetite, ficers need for the army. It is uncontains the required substitutes indigestion, rheumatism, and loss of derstood that at least four or five already mixed in, and, times as many officers will be requirsleep, but after taking the Vin Hep-ati2nd. Regular white wheat flour. prescription which was recom- ed as the total number who will be ColWith the Victory Mixed Flour you mended to me, I now sleep well, am graduated from all American don't have to sell any substitutes. nble to do my work as usual, and feel leges and Universities. Enlistment You can sell as much of it as anyone like a new person." In the S. A. T. C, therefore, while it wants to buy. This famous Vin Ilepaticu pre- does not promise an Officer's ComWith the White Wheat Flour you scription is composed of eight of the mission, is at the present time the must sell, at the same time, one most powerful remedies plainest road leading In that directpound ol substitutes for every four known to medical science. It goes ion. Enlistment may be cancelled pounds of flour. You can sell as at once to the very seat of the trou- by withdrawal from college. much flour as anyone wants to buy, ble, cleanses the system of impurities, Opportunity will be given for the provided you, sell them the substi- tones up the nerves and vital organs, enlisted student who so elects, to tutes. There are at present no cer- and makes you feel like a new person. transfer from army to navy or to be We recommend it to anyone suf- assigned to active service In one of tificates to use, because everyone has fering from such troubles. to buy the substitutes. It Is the various special corps. Regular uniforms, Including hats, truly u wonderful medicine. Come The new list .off substitutes Is Corn Meal, Corn Flour, Barley in and get a bottle and try it. It will shoes and overcoats, will be furnished do you good. free to all members of the S. A. T. Flour. Officer in LANCASTER. C, by the government. You must keep a supply of all of R. H. McRODERTS, Treeless Australian Cities. Australia, with Its IkiuihIIps scrub nml bush hits many towns nltlio'it n THE BATTLE OF BELLEAU tree to protect It from llii glaring sun. Thin has been forcibly brought home to the Australian force who have WOOD. Riizcil In admiration at the endless. htpiiup of England nnd Trance that (By Ediar A. Cucit.) ore planted with trpes, mainly oaks, It was thick with Prussian troopers, elms and poplar'. No lllage, however it was foul with German guns; hiimblo, seemed to bo without thpso Every tree that cast ft shadow was a avenues, whlfh appealtul so much to tho "Ausslpa." sheltering place for Huns. Death was guarding every roadway, death was watching every field. And behind each rise of terrain was concealed; a rapid-fir- e I! ut the doughboys had their orders: "Drive the Roche from where he's hid; For the honor of Old Olory, take those words!" and so they did. I structors and military equipment will be provided by the War Department. I Ought to Saw Monty. Lowell mnn works at the Ijw rrnrc Mrcvt plnnt of the I'nltH Htatps Cartridge company arid his lfo work on Market street. He works nights anil she works, dajv When he gets home In the morning (dip's gone and when she rnnirs home at night he's gun Hut they see each other on long enough to go to the bank together and tuck a nice little roll away after the bills nre paid. Boston Olobe. A tw! sritan, rwui mis. c. luaais. u mum K. U. U.ltaLT, ImMuj fancy none will tell it as the story should be told A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LKARNINO None will ever do full Justice to those 321 GUTHRIE STREET, NorlhofPo.tofr.ee LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Yankee troopers bold. Trains young men and women for Business or Cvil Service How they crawled upon their stomAll who desire to qualify for either or both lines of achs thru the fields of golden positions. Commercial School wheat With the bullets spitting at them in employment should write for full information at once. 31 II that awful battle heat, Is a tale too big for writing; it's beyond the voice or pen, Dut it glows among the splendor of the bravest deeds of men. I fancy It will live As the brightest gem of courage human struggles have to give. Inch by inch, they crawled to victory toward the flaming mouths of ICZZ1C PREST-O-LIT- E T OFFICIAL ir 0 It's recorded as a battle, but y Baitery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. guns; Inch by Inch, they crawled to grapple with the barricaded Huns On thru fields that death was sweep ing witli n murderous fire they went Till the Teuton line was vanquished and the (ierman strength was - spent. Ebbed and flowed the tides of battle as they've seldom done before: Slowly, surely, moved the Yankees against all the odds of war; For the honor of the-- falling, for the glory of the dead, The living line of courage kept the faith and moved ahead. They'd been ordered not to falter, and when night came on they stood With Old Glory proudly flying o'er the trees of Uelleau Wood. The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. 31 Danville, Kentucky. OC IE 3E3C 1C fhe Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5, 1918. REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDIHamilton, Hamilton, Illggin, Jennie, Salary, Hnltzclaw Joe, account, Joe, Henderson, (i. M,, account Mir,-- i Harmon, J. A., recount. 6.10 Hamilton, Joe, Salary 02.08 Hamilton, Joe. Salary, 10U.0U 3.44 20.00 Kentucky, Fiscal Hon, l.ogan, fcnlary, . 3.44 Having been appointed by the Garranl County, Ison, Logan, Salary, . 30.00 04.20 ourt to compile a financial Statement for tlic fiscal year ending April 1, .Ison, Logan, Salary 3.00 98.40 1918, ttiK following Itepnrt la respectfully submitted. Johnson, Wm., account 10.00 2.00 of Garrard Jones, L. !'., account 75 2,00 ThH fettlcmcnt maile with (i. T. Ilallanl, Jr., SlierlfT Kinnaird, V. (,., account 30.00 .75 County of bin account! for revenue for the year 1317 by W. A. Doty, Com'r. Knuffman, II. . C, fee 6.00 38.09 for the Garrard County Fiscal Court, this Mar. 1st. 1918. .25 Kinnaird, J. II. & V. G accout 4.00 Kinnaird, J. II., account 18.80 Kinnninl, V. G., account . . 3,44 $34410.49 To Amount of Itevenue charged to Sheriff Kinnaird, V. (!., account . 10.00 . 4201.50 To '.'811 Toll at $1.50 each, Kemper & Wiwd. account . 3.44 74.80 To Bank of Brynntsville Ijincastcr Electric Light Co., account 3,4 1 424.02 To Citizens Nutlonal Hank Lancaster Electric Light Co., account 2.00 343.80 i To National Hank, Electric Light Co., acount 3.44 198.00 To Garrard Hank and Trust Co., I.e.tvell, A. D., Salary 27.50 109.00 To Peoples Hank of Paint I.lck, tnncnMcr Electric Light Co., account 28.50 103.02 To Omitted List, $207,25 Lancaster Electric Light Co., account 2.00 81.00 To Omitted Pollfr, at $1.50, I.oyton, S. 1. account . 3.44 21.05 To American Tel and Tel. Co., Franchise Ijinrastcr Electric Light Co., account 35,00 1.40 " To Ili'iea Telephone Co., Franchise, Leave!!, A. I)., Salary . 3.44 4.78 To I.ryantsvllle Telephone Co I.cgan & Anderson Bros., account . 257.55 308.14 T.i I. and N. It. It. Il.il. l'JIC. Franchise I nncaster Mfg. Co., account 3.44 .38 To Cumberland Telephone Co., Franchise...... Lyons Gill . .. 2.00 12.01 To Adams Express Co., Franchise, . Leaved, A. D., Salary . 3.44 13.03 To Fastin Telephone Co., Franchise Montgomery. II. B. account . 0.8S 927.38 To 1.. and N. K. It. 1917 Franchise Metcatf, J. M., nccount 2.00 McWhorter, E. C, account . . 12.00 $41358.72 McWhorter, E. C, account . 46.00 $142.50 Morrow, E. W., Salary Hy 9.1 Polls Exonerated at $1.60 . 60.80 1000.50 Metcalf, J. M., account l!y 071 Polls Delinquent at $1.50 10.00 51.47 Moran, George, account 1102.95 Hy F.xoneratlons . 2,00 144.52 Moran, George, account Hy Duplicate assessments $28.905.00.. 2.00 44.35 Mcltobert, It. E., account Hy Delinquent Personalty, $8,870.00 3.44 29.50 Metcalf, J, M., nccount lly Und sold to County and State $5,901.00 2.00 McWhorter, E. C, account 2.00 $1418.84 Myers, Jessie, account, $39939.88 1.50 500.00 1'ryor, W. D Sabiry Hy 10 per cent, on first $5000.00 . iZ 2.00 1397.59 Price, W. K account Hy 4 per cent on resl.lue $34939.88 . jnn nn 519.50 Price, W. K., account Hy 4 per cent, collectng School Tax, $12987.00,. 2!5o 3538.04 Patterson, G. M., account Hy Road Claims, 20. UU .1823.35 Pollard, Alice, account vouchers Hy Miscellaneous 30100.80 Puryear, E., Salary . $3,823.35 $3,823.35 Phillips. M. M account $39939.88 Pope, II, C, account $39939.88 . Pollard, Alice, account Respectfully submitted, RECAPITULATION, Prewitt, J. A., account . Prewltt, J. A.,, account . .. rotal of all sums in General Fund for the fiscal year ending W. A. DOTY, Com'r. Ross, Ebb, salary .March 31st. 1918 Ross. D.. Salary Total of all sums paid out of General Fund, 24169.07 Said settlement was filed, examined and approed April 3, 1918, by Robinson, C. S., account the Fiscal Court. r.. ...... ......I...,, ! . , To Balance on March 31, 1918, In General Fund, I two SeD Kedwin, O. S., account it. 3,357.74 Ross, Ebb, Salary md distinct accounts, namely; The General hund Account aild the Robinson. C, account . .. ROAD FUND. "Road Fund Account. Ito, Ebb. Salary Ross, D., Salary fo Balance in Treasury. March 31st. 1917. GENERAL TUND. Sl.37a.2n Ralston, W. A., account To amount received from State Aid Fund, . 2,690.20 Ross, David, account . ,j-?Mar. 31, 1917. To am't reed by Treasurer from all other sources, including To Balsnce in Treasury, , Ross, Ebb Salary uorroweu money, . To Amount received by treasurer Including' borrowed money... 18,041.15 38.'3.3u Ross, E., Salary To Amount received by Sheriff and paid on road claims, To Amount received by SherllTff ami paid on claims 3,538.64 Ross, I)., Salary $27527.41 Ross Ebb, Salary AMOUNT OF GENERAL FUND. TOTAL TOTAL AMOUNT OF ROAD FUND $25,042.19 Ross, D., account Ross, Ebb, Salary' CLAIMS PAID OUT OF ROAD FUND BY THE TREASURER OF GAR OF CLAIMS PAID OUT OF GENERAL FUND BY THE TREASURER Ross, Ebb, Salary, 40.00 RARD COUNTY. Hi.ss, I)., Salary GARRARD COUNTY. 15.00 Ross, I)., Salary 15.00 . Ross, Ebb, Salary Acton. J. M.. Salary. 40.00 19.00 " COO Coulter, C. W Anderson. Wm. H.. Ross, Dave, Salary Acton. J. M. Salary 37.30 . 155.55 275.00 Anderson, Harry, 10.50 Coulter, U. W., Raney, J. T., account, 524.72 25.50 Arnold. C. A.. Salary 02.50 Anderson, Julian, 9.00 Coulter. C. W., Rlgney, W. O., account 131.20 27.00 Acton. J. M.. Salary. Anderson, Julian, 3.00 Conn, Jim, Ross, I)., Salary Adams, Jack. Account. 10.00 55.00 Anderson, Wm. H. 7.50 Conn Bros, Rainey, J. N., account 159.92- Anderson. J. K 6.00 . 5.00 Anderson, Wm. II., 7.50 Cotton, Sam, . Ross. Dave, Salary, 16.00 . 55.00 Arnold. T. M.. Account 275.00 Anderson, Harry, 7.50 Duncan. Joe, Rose, B. C, account . Arnold. C A.. Salary 11.00 9.25 . Anderson, Wm. H., 9.00 Dunn, Cecil, Ray, Nettie, account 4.50 Acton. J. M.. Salary 8.75 "J-?0- . Anderson, Wm. H., 9.00 Davis, Sam, Robinson, M. M., account . 0.00 .25 Arnold. C. A. Salary Anderson, Wm. H., 4.50 Doty, W. A Ross, I)., Salary J. M.. Salary 1.50 15.00 Acton. ,?-2- Anderson, Wm. H., 9.00 Denton, Wm., Ross, D., Salary 3.00 15.00 Acton. J. M.. Account Dunn, Dave, Anderson, Wm. H 7.50 Ross, Eby, Salary J2.50 Acton, J. M.. Account 1.50 40.00 9.00 Dunn, T. E., Anderson, Wm. II., Stormes, J. E., account, Arnold, C. A.. Account 3.00 16.05 -- 7.00 8.50 Davis, Sam, Anderson, Wm. IL, Smith, F. 11., account 4.60 4.50 . AUn and Mobcrly. Account. ..V J4-9Anderson, Wm. IL, 9.00 Denton, Wm., Hradley and Gilbert Co., Account, Sanford, L. J., account 7.50 8.25 00 9.00 Denton, Wm., Anderson, Wm. S S. S. Lumber Co., account 9.00 81.18 Joe Ilurnside, Account Anderson, Wm., 34.00 Denton, Wm,. Sutton, Davis, account Ballard. Wm. It. Account . .. 7.50 - 4.00 9.00 Denton, Wm., Anderson, Wm. II Sanders, R. W., account llraverly, Wm.. account, 9.00 27.00 6.00 Denton, Wm., Anderson, Wm. IL, Sanders, V. A., account Hrown, G. B... account 4.50 72.00 . 10.00 Anderson, W, II 9.00 Denton, Wm., Brock, Clara, Account, 7.60 Sanders, Dave, account 3.75 7.00 7.60 Denton, Wm., Anderson, W. H Sanders, J. W., account 9.00 2.00 Brock, Jesse, Allowance 2.00 6.75 Denton, Wm., Anderson, W. IL, Smith, F. II., account Bradshaw. A. D.. Account 9.00 8.25 13.-Denton, Wm., 8 Co., Account, W. II 7.50 Anderson, Tomlinson, R. II., Attorneys fee, . Becker, Ballard and 9.00 5.00 33.0.1 0.00 Denton, Wm., Anderson. W. II Thomas, D. A., account Becker, Ballard and Co., account 9.00 . 25.00 Anderson, W. H 6.00 Denton, Wm. Taylor, Sopha, account Bland, J. P., Account 9.00 14.00 7.0" 20,00 Denton, Wm. Allowance, Anderson, IL, Brock, Jesse. Tuj lor, Sopha, account 3.00 10.00 69.00 7.50 Denton, Wm., Anderson, W. II Taylor, Ed, account Ballard, G. T., Sheriff account 7.60 14.00 . 10.00 9.00 Denton, Wm., Anderson, W. II Walker. G. C, Salary 7.50 Ballard. G. T., Sheriff account 176.00 108.59 Anderson, W. IL, 9.00 Denton, Wm., Ward, Preston, account Bros.. Account, Bastin 7.50 2.00 7.00 4.50 Denton, W., Anderson, W. H., White, John, Salary . 21.00 Ballard. G. T. account, 7.50 . 19.23 -- 3.00 Denton, W Anderson, W. II 9.00 alker, A. K., account 113.80 Bettis. W. S., account 20.30 Anderson, Wm. H 1.00 Denton, W., Bradley, and Gilbert Co., account Walker, G. C, Salary 0.00 175.00 4 00 3.62 Denton, W., Broaddus, W..J Bradshaw, A. D. Account, 0.00 Walker. G. C, Salary 175.00 Baughman, Price, 6.00 Dickerson. W. A White, N. N., Salary Ilurnside. Julia, account, ? 3.75 30.00 22.60 Bishop, Kinnaird, 7.50 Denton, Wm., Walker, G. C, Salary 9.00 Becker. C. C. Account. 175.00 f8.76 120.65 Denton, Wm., Ballard, J. C Walker, A. K account 9.00 Broaddus. Jennie, account, 131.00 Buffalo Roller Co 18.75 Denton, It. I., .--. Williams, P. II., account Combs, W. G. account. 200.00 1.50 Bishop, Kinnaird, 6.00 Dudderar, J. T., White, J. N., account 2.00 3.00 Cook. K. D Bishop, Kinnaird, 7.50 Elam, G. W Ward, Preston, account . Coldiron, B., account, 50.75 1.25 . . ..Tor ' Bishop, Kinnaird, 0.75 Elmore, M., Record account, Williams, Sallie, account . 1.00 1.50 Central 77.40 7.50 Freeman, T., . Barnett, Wm., 30.00 Central Record, account 83.07 9.00 Freeman, T, Barnett, Wm 50.00 Conn Bros., account, $20,310.32 81.87 Bishop, Kinnaird, 4.50 Freeman, T 25.00 Carter, J. D., Account 2.00 . 7.50 Foster, Jns. Barnett, Wm 37.87 Clark. It. E., account 20.00 Bishop, Kinnuird 7.60 Freeman. T., 2.50 Cook, Kbb, account. "S0,' 0.00 Foster, Jus., Coy. J. M account, 70.50 CLAIMS ALLOWED BY FISCAL COURT AND PAID BY SHERIFF OUT Bishop, Kinnaird, 1 9.00 Freeman, T Barnett. Wm 9..S S 267.00 Citizens Bank, account 20.30 4.50 Glass, II. C, Barnett, Win 9.95 Collctt. B account OF GENERAL FUND. 20.00 Bishop, Kinnaird, 7.50 Coins, Win., . Doty. II. C. Account 1.00 . J5-03.00 Coins, Bill Bolton, John, 3,00 Doty. W. A Anion, J. A Judge of Election.... 3.14 . 250.00 0.00 Garnett, Geo., William, Salary Barnett, 3.00 Doty, W. A. Anion, J. A., Judgo of Election, 3.44 . Bishop, Kinnaird, 6.00 Garnett. Obb., Dollings. Geo.. Account 5.50 Andersen. J. E., Account, 4.50 250.00 3, Bailey and Moss, Garnett, Geo. Iloty, W. A. Salary 2.25 Ballard. G. T.. Jr., Account 15.70 10 00 account 7.50 Garnett. Obb Barnes, Win., . 0.C0 (1. T.lr.. Sheriff Account Doty, II. C, Ballard, 100.40 7J.46 Bishop, Kinnaird, 7.50 Coins, Wm., . Davidson and Tomlinson, account, 7.5i liallard, G. T. Jr., Sheriff Account, 148.50 250.00 9.00 Goins, Wm., Barnett, Win., ; Doty, W. A. Salary 9.00 Ballard, U. T., Account, 24.5G Bishop, Kinnaird, 7.50 Coins, Wm., Dunlap, Fayette, . 7.50 Uastin Telephone Company, Account, 103.16 .25 Bishop, Kinnaird, 0.75 Goins, Wm., . Dunlap. M. C. 0.00 Bourne, Cleveland, Judgo of Election, 2.00 . .. 25.00 7.50 Coins, Win., . Barnett, Wm.. Doty, V. A., uccount 9.00 Bowling, G. A., Judge of election, 3.44 . 9,00 Goins, Wm., Bishop, Kinnaird, ' Davis, I.ou, account, Bowling, G. A., Account, 7.50 . . 10.00 22.00 0:00 Goins, Wm., Bishop, Kinnaird 10.00 Howling, G. A., Clerk of Election Elliott, V M., Account 2.00 50.00 0,00 Goins, Wm., Salary Bishop, Kinnaird 9.00 Hroaddus, Cronley, Sheriff of Election, Klliott. W. M.. 2.00 300.00 Bishop, Kinnaird, 7.50 Coins, Wm., 7.50 Elmore. J. VY Cashier Broaddus, Cronley, Judge of Election, 2.00 60.00 Bishop. Kinnaird. 5.25 Goins, Win., 4.50 Brock, John, Account, Klliott. W. M.. Salary 3.00 50.00 ' 6.00 9.00 Goins, Wm., M., Salary Bishop, Kinnaird, 0.00 . Ilurnside, Wood, Account, Klliott. W. 0 00 19.30 Goins, Wm., Bourne, C !).00 Elliott, W. M Burke Heirs, damages for opening road,... 150.00 7.00 Broaddus, T. U 11.00 Coins, Wm., Edwards, J. E., Account 7.50 Beazley, J. A., Account, 18.00 82.50 Broaddus, William, 17.50 Gastineau, W. V 40.00 Elmore and Hopper, Account, Beazley, J. A., Account, 38.80 24.00 Bowling, G. A 30.00 Goins, W., 6.75 B oaln. R. Elliott, Dr. W. M Sheriff of election, 3.44 28.91 11.40 Goins, W., Butt, T. N . 0.00 Fredrick Dis, Co., uccount Carman, Dr. W. I... Account, 69.00 65.04 181.98 Goins, W Ballard and Son, W. 11. uccount 7.50 Fain, . Central Record, Account, . 123.60 43.75 Bourne, It. C 303.15 Coins, W 6.0D Frisbie. F. P. account Central Record, Account, 119.25 2.00 16.00 Goins, W., Bourne, J. P. . Ford, - E 6.00 Clark, J. II. Sheriff of Election 2.00 J.00 Coulter, C. W 10.50 Goins, W., Glass & Glass, account Coldiron, J. L., Account, 9.00 3.00 Carrier, Glass, 4.60 Coins, W Gabbard. D. L.. account 9.00 Conn Bros., Account, 33.45 Carrier, Glass, 1.50 Goins, W., Garrard Bank & Trust Co Cook, E. D., Account, 50.00 8.00 8278.45 Clark, Sim and son, 101.87 Coins, Wm., Garrard Hank & Trust Co.. Cook, E. D., Account, 3.00 6.00 13.60 ,-- Cox, E., 24.00 Grimes, Millard, Gilbert. Dr. J. S. account Crisclllis, Jumes, Judge of Election, 77.00 2.00 .60 Glllisple, V. C, account Cotton, Sam, 20.00 Goins. Wm., Davidson, and Tomlinson,, Account, 164.70 04.61 3.00 Cotton, Sam, Grow Oscar 12.00 Glass and Glass, Dlckerson, W. A., Account, 13.45 12.00 Cox, K Ham. J. S., account 12.00 Grimes and Grimes, ?I'X Dickerson and Carrier, Account, 530.50 18.00 Cox, E Hamilton, Joe, account 8.00 Goins, Wm., Dlckerson and Carrier, Account, ,:?,? 6.00 6.00 Hamilton, Joe, account 2 8.00 Humber,, Wm., Cotton, Sam., Dickerson and Kennedy, Account, 0.00 36.00 2.00 Howard, Ed, account -- . Cotton. Sam, 16.00 Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Doty, W. A., Clerk of Election 2,00 28.62 102.50 Cox. E lllgglns. Jennie, Salary 28.00 Humber, Wm., Edwurds, A. F., Judge of Election, . 0.00 2.00 94.14 . Hamilton, Joe, account, Cotton, Sam., 20.00 Humber, Wm., Edwards Dr. J. E. Account, 9.00 5.00 1,00 Cotton, Sam, Ham, John, account 12.00 Hughes, Sam., Eitridge, It. VY Clerk of Election 0.00 2.00 102.60 Higgins. Jnnie, Salary Conn, James, 45.75 Humber. Wm., Ei tridge, E. E., Clerk of Election, 8.75 2.00 7.00 Cotton, Sam, Ham, J. S., uccount 16.00 JIumber, Wm Frisbie, F. P., Account, 10.50 lt.00 45.00 -- Carson, Andy, Ham, J. S 23.37 Hughes, Ed Frisbie, F. P., Account, 19.93 252.26 100.00 Coulter, C Hamilton. Joe. account 37.30 Humber, Wm Gaines, E. C, Account, 10.50 75.00 ' 30.00 . Creech, E. G Hamilton. J. I., account 4.80 Humber, Wm 10.50 GarrarJ Milling Co., Account, 01. 01 TION OF GARRARD COUNTY. RY. llcrrnn ! E., account Ilerron, U E., account is Son, account .. .. . .................. ............ ................. .............!.... .. ....................... ................ ... ......................... ................. ... .................... .............. ........ .... .... .......... ............ ............ ... ..... . ...... ....... 148.00 50.00 102.50 26.00 0.00 60.00 10.50 2.25 100.00 ......... ........... ... ...... ............... ............ .. ................. ................ .. ............... ..... ........ ......... .. .... ...... .................... ....... ... ....... ................ ....... ........1........ ........ ........................ ...................... .............. ......... ..... ... ....... ............ .... ....... ......... .......................... .... .. ........................ . ..... .. .. . ..... ... Hamilton, J. I., Account, Hamilton, J. I.. Account, Hamilton, II. Clay, Account, . Haselden Bros, Account, Ilnsclden Bros, Account, Hudson, Hughes anil Farnau, Account, Hudson. Hughes and Farnau. Account. Joseph Mercantile Co, Account, Joseph Mercantile Co,, Account, Lcuioru, u. ii., juage or Election, Lcdford, C. B., Judge of Election, Mason, Shelby, Account, Marksbury, F. B., Account, Marksbury, F, II., election officer Meadors, R. L. Judge of Election, Mctcnlf, Chester, Account, . Mcltobcrts, It. E., Account, Moss, W. B Judge of election Montgomery, H. II., Account, Murphy, Lewis, Sheriff of Election, Noel, Lewis, account, . Raines, U. G., Judge of election Raines, U. G., sheriff of election Ray, E. B., Clerk of election, Ray, C. J., sheriff of election Rigney, W. O., Account, Rigney, W. 0., Account, Robinson, T. C, election Clerk, Robinson, B. F., election Judge, Rose, Dr. B. C Account, .. Rogers, G. W., election Sheriff, . Ross, David, Account. Ross, D. F., election judge, Sanders, Coy S., election Sheriff, Scchrest, B. F., election sheriff, . Scott, E. B, Election sheriff, . Simpson, Henry, election judge, Sutton, Davis, Account, . Sutton, Davis, Account, . Thomas, D. A., Account, Tomlinson, R. II., Account, Walker, Woods, election judge, Watson, W. T., Election Judge Wheeler, Sim, election sheriff, Wheeler, Joe, election clerk, Woods, E. L., election judge, Woods, E. L., account, Woods, E. L., election judge, Wynn. J. D.. Account. Wynn, A. II., election clerk. ,,.nii, u. i., nccuuni, ...................... ...................... ....................... .. .... ............. .. .... .... ... .. .... ...... ................ .... ....... ...... .. ...... .......... .... ..... .. 8.05 79.93 2.00 281.38 105.60 86.22 0 .. ... .. ........ .... ... ... ... .. .. .... ... .. ... ... ....... .......... ... ...... .... .. .. ... ... .. ... ..... .................... .......................... ...,, ......... ........................ ..... ....... .......... .............................. .............................. ...................... ........... ............... ..... ........................ .. ..... ............................ .............................. ....... .............................. ............................. ................ .................. .................... .. ...... .... ................... ..... ... .............. .................... ................ ...... 5 .................... ................... ............. .. .. .. ........ ........ ... .. .. ...... ... ..... .............. ...... .......... ................ .............. ...... .. ... ...................... ...... ....... .. .. .............. ... .... ............ ................. ........ ........ .. ...... .. .. .. ................ ............. .. .. . ... ... .. .... - ,!'; .... .............. .......... .. .. .............. ..... ... ........ .... .. ..................... 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Dumber, Wm., Humber, W.j Humber, W., Humber, W., Dumber, Wm, Dumber, Wm,, Dam, Ncwnl Hudson, Hughes & Knrnnu, Hughes Bros nnd Ware, Hughes Bros nnd Wnre, Hughes Bros nnd Wnre. Dumber, Wm., Dumber, Wm., Humber, Wm., . Dumber, Wm., . . Dumber, Wm., Humber, Wm., .. Humber, Wm., Humber, Wm., . Humber, Wm., . . Dumber, Wm., Dumber, Wm., (Hounshell. F. M Dumber, Wm., . Humber, Wm., . . Humber, Wm., & Knrnnu Hudsonn, Dughes Dudson, Hughes & Knrnnu, Humber, Wm., . Dumber. Wm., Dumber,, Wm., . Dumber, Wm., Dumber, Wm., Humber, Wm., Humber, Wm., Humber, Wm., Humber, Wm., . Humber, Wm., Humber, Wm Hughes lire j nnd Wnre, Dumber, Wm., Denry nnd Wooil, Kemffel nnd Esses, Ky Manufacturing Co., Lcnvcll, Eph, . Logan, liurch, Lee. Wade, . f.cavell, Taylor, Leavell, Taylor, Lcavell. Taylor, .- -' Leavell, Taylor, Leavell. Taylor, Lane, J. W Leavell, Trtylor, Leavell, Taylor, Locker, II. W Leavell. Taylor, Lcavell, Taylor, Leavell, Taylor, Leavell, Taylor, Leavell, Taylor, Leavell, T., Locker, R. W. Leavell, Eph., Locker. R. W Lear, R.. Locker, It. W., Leavell. D Mayfield, Bert, .Mayficld, Bert Mayfield, Bert, . Mullinns, Morgan, Mullins, Morgan, . Myers, Jesse, Mayficld, Bert, Mayfield, Bert, Mayficld, Bert, Mayfield, Bert, Mayfield. Bert, Miller, T., Miller, T. Mayfield, Bert, Mayfield, Bert Mayfield, Bert, Miller,. T Miller, T Mayfield Bert, Mayfield, Bert McWhortcr. E. C, Mayfield. Bert, .7.. Miller, T . Mayfield. Bert, Miller, T. Mayfield, Bert, Miller, T .Mayfield. Bert Miller, T Mayfield, Bert, , Morgan, W. E., Montgomery, F. . Miller. T Mayfield. Bert, . Morgan. J. C, . Miller, T Mayfield. Bert, Miller, T. Morgan, W. G., Mayfield, Bert, Miller, T.. ; Mayfield, B Mayfield, 11 Mayfield. B., Miller, T. Miller, T Mayfield. B Miller, T -Mayfield, B . Mouerley, B., Miller, T. Miller, T Miller, E., Mayfield, Bert, Mayfield.. Bert Miller, T Morgan, J. C. Mitchell. W. M Miller, T .' Naylor. II .......... .......... .......... .... .... .. .. ............ .... ........ ........... ............ .......... .......... .. .. ... .. .......... .. ......... .. .... .. .... r.. .. 243.43 2033.84 8.76 10.50 10.60 10.60 10.60 1110.66 194.26 10.60 123.74 10.60 10.60 8.75 10.60 10.60 10.60 10.60 10.60 8.75 10.50 10.50 7.00 7.10 170.17 472.49 1108.08 55.88 10.50 10.50 8.25 7.00 7.00 8.75 10.50 7.00 .'1.60 .......... .. 5.00 4.01) 1.00 .......... ...... .. ..... .. ........ ........ .. ... ... . .......... ........... ... .... .. .... .... . .... . .. ....... .. .. Patterson. G. M.', Robinson, Harve, Rogers, Millard, Robinson, Dane, Robinson, Harve, Ross, Ebb Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Harve, Robinson, Al., Robinson, Dane, Robinson, Harve, I'ntterson, G. M Poindcxter, C. K Patterson, G. M Poindexter. C. K., Pryor, W. t) I'ayne, Juke, I'endleton, C. Pumphrey. J, W., I'rewitt. N I'ryor, W..D Patterson, G. M Pence, A. M ............ ........ . ........ ......... ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ .......... ........ ........ 28.0C t.00 4.00 2.50 1 8.00 187.23 2.00 39.04 4.00 4.00 RexGarage, 4.00 6.00 SegnrT" Bunk, . 6.00 4.C0 Stnndnrd Oil Co., 25.25 4.00 Saddler, W. B 30.00 00 Sutton, H. C, 111.50 8.00 Scott, Ebb 18,00. 5.50 Styles, Roy, 4.60 6.00 Styles, Roy, 21.00 1.00 Styles, John, . 17.50 t.OO Sutton, J.K., 2.75 P. 00 Styles, 49.00 250.00 Snddler, John, B W. 100.00 . 7.00 S. S. Lumber Co., 17.88 271.12 Sparks, W. J., 45.65 .02 Scott, E 200.10 414 IS Styles, Roy, 49.00 1.00 Saddler, W. B 7.8C 4.50 Sheppard. J. B 258.10 6.00 Sutton. II. C, 251.65 u.oo Wm 75.00 o.on Saddler, B. Secrest, F., 2.50 7.50 Shishy, Henry, 1.50 coo Teater, Lem, 20.00 9.00 Thompson. J. F., 3.00 93.56 Walker, Woods, .50.00 9.00 Williams, Owsley, . 1.50 9.00 Watkins, M.- - A., 70.00 .42.00 Warren. C. A., 1.00 9.00 West, V 92.79 4.50 Walker,J. P. 11.50 9.00 Whittcd. Ebb 40.91 7.50 Wells, T. F. 5.00 2.25 Whitted. E 11.00 9.00 Wynn. J. D 10.50 22.00 Willliamr. Roy 20.00 41.00 Ware, Albert, ". . 4.00 100.00 Ware, Albert, 2.00 107.70 Ynntis, Jas. L., 45.00 97.36 Yatcr, Chas, 4.00 9.00 1.50 $10,487.75 6.00 9.00 1.50 ROAD CLAIMS PAID BY SHERIFF 0.00 1.50 Abies, Bill 1.50 9.00 Adams. Bonev. 3,00 6.00 Adams, Harris, 3.00 6.00 Adams, liuius, 3.00 3.00 Adams. Tom. 1.50 4.50 Adams, Karris, 1.50 Adams, Earl, 9.00 3.00 L'.25 7.60 Adams, Andy, 7.60 Adams, Andy, 1.87 Adams. William. 9.00 3.00 6.00 Allen, G. P 0.00 3.00 7.50 Allen. U.. 3.00 7.50 Allen, Tom, 3.00 Alford, Jeste, 1.50 Alford, Clint 9.00 1.50 3.00 Askins, J. S.. 2.25 4.50 Aldndge, Dam, . 3.00 9.00 Amridge, Joe, 3.00 9.00 Anglin. J. W 3.37 9.00 j Anglin, Donny, 1.50 angiin, rred, 9.00 1.50 7.50 (Anderson, Dewey, 3.00 9.00 Anderson, Henry. 3.00 6.00 Anderson, CIaton, 1.50 6.00 Anderson, Terrill, 4.00 a. 00 Anderson, Hobert, 1.87 20.00 Anderson. Everett, .75 3.00 9.00 Arnold. Cava), J Arnold, Clayton, 2.25 9.00 300.00 Barker, Thomas, 3.00 3.00 7.50 Barker, Purt Barker, Everett, 2.6 7.50 6.75 Barlow, Kjrby 1.60 -20.00 Ball, W. O., .75 A-" Baker, Ed, 7.50 2.50 1.50 7.50 Barns, Lige, 6.00 Baker, Sid, 3.75 .1.00 7.50 Ball, Jack, 3.00 0.00 Baker, Carl. Ballard, Willie 9.00 4.50 9.00 7.50 Ballard, J. C 0.00 7.50 Baker, J. M.,, Baker, Joncy, 3.00 7.50 7.60 9.00 Baker, John, Sr., 9.00 Ball, Earnest, 7.50 7.50 Baker, Herman, 7.50 .. 3.00 6.00 Baker, Farris, . 3.00 42.50 Baker, Tom, Jr., 6,00 Ballnril, Frank, 5.25 10.24 3.00 Ballard, Frank, .. 3.00 3.00 Baker, John, Jr., 2.25 275.00 Ball, Will, 84.30 Baker, Howard, 3.00 Baker, Herman, 3.00 9.00 3.00 15.00 Ballard, S. J 25.00 Ballard. Pal 1.50 Baker, Walker, 4.60 7.50 3.50 .42 Barker, R. L. 74.30 Barker, Isaac, A., Jr.. 1.12 3.00 43.90 Barker, Tom. Sr., 2.62 40.75 Barker. E. W., .1 5.00 Ballard, Tom, .75 Beniley, Daniel, 7.2-.75 1,25 11 vntley. Ebb, 8.36 Benge, Jim. 3.00 8.45 1.00 Deader. R. II.. 2.25 3.00 10.60, Bentley. Pettus, Bell, Ellis 3.00 2.62 3.00 4.60 Bell. Ira. 3.00 59.00 Bird. Bill, Black, Dan, 3.00 15.00 3.00 0.00 Black, Ollie, .75 1.00 Blanks. Senh. Blanks, Charlie, 3.00 13.00 15.00 Black, Willie .75 3.00 15,00 Black, Mllles .37 15.00 Bland, Homer, 2.25 9.00 Bolton, John, ,75 15.00 Bowling, Emery, .75 12.50 Bourne, Bob, Robinson, Dnrve, Robinson, Darve, Robinson, Harve, Rogers, Millard, Rogers, Millard, Robinson, Dnrve, Robinson, T. C., Robinson, II., Robinson, Hnrve, Robinsim, Dnrve, Rcbinson, Hnrve, Royston, J. W Robinson, II., Robinson, II. , Robinson, II., Robinson, II., . Ruble, W. E., Robinson, II., . Rcbin'on, II., Robinson, II.. Kobinson, 11., Robinson, II., ftobinson. It., Robinson, II., Robinson, C, Ruble, Leslie, . Robinson, II., Robinson, II., Robinson, II., Robinson, J. E., . Rcbinson, II., Robinson, II., Robinson, II., . Rogers, M., Ramsey, C, Robinson, It., Robinson? II., Ray, Anion, Ray, Anion, . Kogers, il Haney, J. W Raney, J. W., Robinson, II., Robinson, II,, Robinson, II., Robinson, II., ...... ....... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 20.00 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5, 1918. 3.00 Hunt, Carlton, ..... 1.60 Durham, Tom, ...... 15.00 Boyle, Lee, .. ..... 1,12 Hunt, Purdia .75 Durhnm, Jnmes, ...... 15.00 Boyle, O. W 2.25 Hurt, Wilson 3.00 Dyehouse, John, 15:00 Boidcn, Charlie, ..... 10.1,0 Bowling, C. W 9.00 Hurt, Llge 1.85 Dickcrson, Jim, 5 DO 6 00 Moss, Walton, .1.00 Moss, Bill 4.60 1.60 .. .... .... ..... .. ....... ..... 3.50 15.00 15.00 T2.60 15.00 1.00 15.00 15.00 . 15.00 15.00 1.1.00 ....... ... ... ........ ... ....... .... ... ........ ... ... ... . ........ ..... ....... .. .... 12.50 10.00 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 13.00 8.20 26.50 10.00 10.00 8.00 6.38 8.00 10.00 -- 15.00 15.00 2.00 U.OO 1.50 182.1." 26.48 41.47 70.50 ...... ... , Bogie, Jesse, Huntley, Hobnrt, . Bolton, Clarence, Bolton, Willie, Bcntright, Arch, Bolton, James, Bourne, E. S Bourne, Telcphns, Bourne, Jim, Bourne, West, Bogie, Ottis Rny Moulin, Leslie, Bowling, Jim, Bdiirne. Am, Bray. Wnthnn, Broks, II. O Brown, Ed, Brown, 1. Brogli, Mnrtln, . Brown, R. I.., Brown, Burton, Browning, George, .'. Bronddus, Rob., Brock, John Bronddus, Wm., Bronddus, T. U, Broughton, Charlie, Ilroughton, Millard, Bronddus, George, Brumlleld, Dillard, Bronddus, Gilbert, Bronddus, John C, Br ik, Gilbert Brynnt, Wnlker, Brnckmnn, Ebb, Brocks, J. Y Bryant, Arnold, Brewer. J. II., Bronddus, Cronley, Brock, Ira, . Bronddus, Clay, Bunch. Bill Burton, Abe, Burchell, Raymond, Burton, Leslie, Burgess. U. M., ........ .... 3.00 2.25 9.01) 15 .... ...... ...... ...... ... ........ ... .75 1.30 0.76 2.25 3.00 9.00 1.50 .75 75 .75 1.60 76 3.00 3.00 -- I, ...... ........ ...... .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .. ...... .. 3.00 .10 1.12 1.50 3.00 4.00 10.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3,00 3.00 6.00 3.00 7.50 0.00 1.50 0 7J 7 00 3.00 3.00 -,0 3.00 3,00 3.00 9.00 3,00 3.00 4,50 2.25 4.50 10.00 6.75 1.50 3.00 3.00 1.50 2.25 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 ,3.00 2.25 1. 5.25, 1.50' iiv .75 A , Edglngton, George, Edwnrds, J. E., Edwards, A. F. Edwards, Harry, C Klnm, Elam, Levi, Elder. R. B Eldridge. Arthur, Elliott, Robert, Elmore, Harry, Charley, IVles. Cain, ... . .. . r.Me, v. in., Estes, Andrew, Kites. Milton Est ridge. R. W Estridge, Robert, East, Jesse Enslbell, McKlnley, Knst, Wnlter .... ...... .. .... .... '.. 1,50 1.50 9.00 3.00 1.31 .. .. . .... .... .. .. Ervins, Luke, Knin, Walter. Knulkrtcr, Bill. Knulkner, Andy, Knulkner, William. Knulkner , John Knulkner, Irvin,, - . Faulkner, I). W., Faulkner, Arch, Fnulkner, Clarence, I'edrick. Elmer. Kercurson. Wm. Kields. Dirnm, Kinley, Honey, Fisher. J. II.. Fletcher, W. U Fletcher. Robert, . . . Floyd, Monroe, I'stridgc, h. h., .... ... 7.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.12 .75 3.00 1.50 3.00 3.00 9.50 4.50 7.50 2.25 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 10.36 3.00 2.25 2.25 3.00 3.00 1,50 6.00 4.00 , 3.00 Hurt, Minion, Uurt, Siill-- j 'lyntt, Jin.r.i.e Irvin, l.tyy ivin, Roller. l.iln. Irvf, .lank Jelt. A'.. ... Joinings, M Jennings. But Jenkins, Bill, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 1M jntkn, Jjhn, I.irM G II Urt, W'lf .... llniohl. M Lee Rent icr, . Irvin. The, nlore, ... . 1.50 1 00 I f.u . i:, . . . Witlinm, Ollie Andy, Bob June, Fred, Jonen, Allen, ... . ... June. Jones, McD Fowler, roster, James rorbes, M. II., Frailer, Russell, f r.vicr, Anron Oscar, . Byrd, Elmer, Ilvril. Burn. Caldwell, Carl Carpenter, Quincy, Catcs, Raymond, Carter, J. I) Carter. A. R.. Calico, Forest, Calico, George, Casey, Ollie, Bufotd, Jack, ........ Crawford, J. I., Carter, D. M Cain, J. M Casey, R. A ...... ........ . .. ..... .... ..... ' ..I Carroll, Sam, Campbell, Joe, Calico, Eugene, Calico, Jesse, Calico, Morris, Calico, Lionel, Calico, B. T.. Cnlico, J. M Carpenter, George, Casey, Walter, ... .. ....... ........ ...... .. . ...... ...... ........ ... ,. Church, Willie Chamller, Richard, Chadwell. Phate Clark, James, Clark, Walker. Clark, Sam, . . Clark, J. II Clark, John, Clark, E., Clark. R. C Collett, Mat, CollettJ William, ; Conn, Clay, Cox, G. O., Coffee. Gid. Centers, John, Center, Wnlter, ....... - .. Coffee, Lonzo, Coffee, Col., Coldiron, ,Boyd, Corneiliuson, Andrew, Collett, Luther, Collett, I). I) Cobb, Lem, Conn, George, Cox, Eli, Conn, Andy, Corman, Willie, Coffcf, Ob. Conn, II. P., Cornett, John, .. 2.25 2.05 4.50 5.25 3.00 2.25 9.00 3.00 3.00 4.50 1.50 .75 fi.25 9.00 1.12 1.12 9.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 2.25 3.75 1.50 2.C5 ......... ...... 9.00 6.00 3.60 9.00 2.03 3.00 3.00 9.00 .75 4.50 2.25 4.50 4.07 .76 6.00 3.00 5.50 10.00 8.50 9.00 3.00 9.00 .75 2.25 1.50 6.75 2.25 9.00 3.00 1.50 9.00 2.25 1.50 3.00 3.00 2.25 1.25 1.50 .... Cracker. AI Crank, Tom, Crank, Leonard, Crank, Bill Cruse. Will Creech, Fred, Creech, Robert, Creech, Denry, Creech, W. II Crutcher, Bud Cummins, Dave, Curtis, Carl. Dailey, Wilbert Dailey, Arthur, Dailey, Earl Dailey, John, Dailey, Dewey, Davis, Frank, Davis, Sam, Davis, John, Davis, Co Icy, Davis, Mack, Davis, Jeff, Davis, J. 11 Davis, A. L., Davis. J. II.. Davis, Walter, Davis, John, . Davis, Hnrman, Davis, Hunter, Davis, Thompson, Davis, George, Davis, Hardin, Day, Nathan, Dean, Irvine, Dean, Bryne, Dean, Harrison, Delnney, Sim, Delancy, Lesley, Denny, Andy, Dickcrson, Ed, Dillon, Charlie, Doolin, John; Doolin, Thomas, Doolin, S. B Doolin, Herman, Doolin, Cecil, Doolin, Lewis, Dorton, Albert, Dorton. Jim, Doty, A. B Doty. Lewis. Duerson, Harry, Dunn, Herbert, Dunn, Charley, .. .. Crutcher, Charlie, ......... Creech, Chas, ........ Crutcher, Louis, . . .. .. ....... ....... .. .. .... .... ... .. .. .... ... ......... ... II. N.. Gafney, J. B., Jr., Gafney, Arthur, Gafney, Walker. " Garner, George, Gastinenu, Grover, I Gibson, Linard, Gill. Willie, Gill, Louis, Gilliam, Ira, Gilliam, Kins, Gilliam, George, Gilliam, Orben, . . Graham, Charlie, Grnham, Tom, Graham, Eugene, Graves, Woods, Graves, Charlie Green. II. N Green, J. M Green, Houston, Green, Jack, Green, Dud, Green, Martin, Green, Homer, Greent George, Green, John, Grim'es, Willie, Grow, Earl, Grow, R. L--, Grow, Hobart Grow, W. L., Grow, Eild Gulley, J. W Guyn, Cale, Hager, Arthur, . linger, Connie, Harrison. Green, Hall. John Hall, Finley, Hall, Abram, Hall. Dick H.,11, Anion Hall. Joe. Hall, Ben Ham, J. S., Ham, Newell, Ham, Ben, . . Ham, Bradley, Hauiblin, John, II.iti.lton. Bob Hamilton, lrn Dnnrnon, Bill, . liar !in, James, Hardin, Walter, Hardin, S. M.. Hardwick. Cronley, Harold, E. A., Harris. Bill. Daw ley, Sam, Hnwley, Chnrlie, Head. Y. P.. Hedrick, Ed Helton. Jim. Dcllton. Car, Helton, John, Henderson, Wm. . Henderson, S. C, Henderson, J. G., Henderson, (, M., Hendren, O. II Hcndrickson, Ed, Henley, James, Hervey. Dave. Gafney, i.rnet, "Obbanl, 1). iiaMumi, .... .... .. ... .... .... ...... .... ..... ........ ., ..... , .. .. Hamper, George, .. Kelly, Lige, Kemper, Tom, Kldd, C. 11., Kldwell, Newton, ... Killion, Ash, Killion, Walter Klntminl, John, Kninnird, Jim, Kinnaird, Harry, ... Kuhlman, T. R Hurts. Iloirh 2.2i Kurtr. Handy, 1,87 Land, Hiram. 1.87 Land, Frank, "6 Lnndram, Elmer, . . . I.V) Ijme, John, I .',laine, Olhe 0.00 , Iji,,,.. Felix. .. .. 9.00 Lime, Ben, 3.00 Une, Bill. . 3.00 Ukes, Green. 8.25 ' takes, George, 8.50 i I Jkes, Wm Shell. 1.50 9.00 laimb, Alex, 9.00 laimb, James, 1.50 Ijiwson, Hugh 1.50 liwson, Mtijc 3.00 l.iwson, Stcc W. M,..."L. 3.00 1.50 laiwson, Mose, 3.00 Lay, Melton, . L.'.ollaiy. I.uther. . . .. 1.50 (Lay. D. M.. 1.50 I ay. Marion, 3.00 Layton, Jesse. 3.00 IJiyton, Robert, 1.12 laijton, Willie 1.50 latyton, John, E. 6.75 Lnjton, Virgil, 3.00 Lemay, Lewis, 1.50 Lemny, Sid, 9.00 Lemay, Handle, 1.50 Lemny, Jesse, . . . 4.50 Lemay, Amon, 6.75 Lear, lUchard, . .. 3.37 Lee, Wade, .. 1.50 Lee. Arbor, 7.50 Leel, t'lell. 4.50 Lilly, Lewis, .. . 7.50 I.ccker, Coleman, 7.50 Logan, Jim, 6.7 Logan, Charlie, . . 3.00 Logan, Price, i'.OO I (gsdon, Thot.. . 1.50 Long, Jesie, 2.25 Long, Frank, . t 50 Long, Lewis 1.50 Long, Wm., y.oo Long, .Ott, 4.50 Long, Sam, . . .. 1 50 l.ongworth, Henry, . 10.00 l.oton, Steve, 1.50 Lunsford, Ben, 2.25 Little. A A., 1.50 Lemny, E.. . 2 '.'. Mndlock, Andrew, 1 50 Malear, Otis, . . .1 1'O Manuel, W. C., Manuel, Tom., Mnrshbanks, Stew, . ' .Marshbanks. II. 3.00 Mnrshbanks. Georee. .Mnrshbanks, Bill, . . I'.l'O Mnrcum, John, . . . Junes, Vernon. Tom, .75 Mctjuerry, Robert, . . 3i'J McQucrry. A. 11., .'I.iil' Mullins, Thornton, 100 Muncy, Jerry, '.' .' 5 Murphy, Lewis, .; .!( Nnylor, Odus, : 00 Nnylor, Ike, U.OO Nnylor, Herbert, 9.00 Na)lor, Gable Ui0 Naylor, Leonard, . .. 9.00 Nalor, Thomas, .. .. U.Od Naylor, S. It., !.00 Naylor, Ed, f:00 Naylor; Jim, .v. 1.12 Nnlor, Bob 1.00 Naylor, Curtk 5.62 Nalor, Bill ." 75 .7a Moore, Philip McCoy, Troy McCulley, Clarence, McCulley, Lewis, McMillinn, Llge McMilllmi, Charlie, McMillllnn, Phil McMillinn, Bud. McQucrry, R. M., .. .... .. . 2.0" L60 1.50 3. on. I. SO 1.50 1.00 Mctjuerry, llnmp, 3.00 f 3.00 3.00 l.00 U.OO 4.50 .75 1 1 ;o '.o .... 3.011 :i I 00 t ..... 1.88 Or.stott, Wm 0 Osborne, Mnlrom, 4.50 Alfred, Parker. Blrdy. 2ParU Clay. 3.00 1'nrka. Mack 3 00 Parsons. Robert. . '90 oilk Fred 2.2t)nHott, R. l.BOiNorl, s B., ()!, t0 .... 0 . 1 ( c 8 ! Parsons, William, 10 ' Parsons, Leslie, . S.!7 Parson, Tom, 3.00 Parvin, James, 4 50 Patrick, W. II , ; . U.OO, Patrick, II. J Parses, Harrison, .. . to. .! Z 5.5 HO' 1 (.. .... J.00 . I "I 'A ...1. ... ... Payne, John Payne, Zeak , Payne, Wm Pence, W. II 3.00 IVnro. A. M.. ..a Pendleton. Virgil. 2.25 Pendleton, Corneitson, 9.00 Pendleton. Hiram, . . . 9.00 Pendleton, Clarence, . 6.00 Penington, T . 1.60 Penington, John, . . 1.60 Pendleton, George, . 1.12 Pendleton. II., 9.00 Peters, Grndon 3.00 liters. Millard, 0 Pointer, Rube 300 (Pointer, Hiram, .. 9 00 Pointer, George, . 3.00 Pointer, Arch. .. .37 Pointer, W. S .. .37 Pointer, Arch. .3Y Pointer. Henderson. 37 Pointer, 1. V., .37 Pointer. Walker, . 1.50 Pollard, T: 3 00 Pollard. Bob.. 1.30 Pollard, Mason, ;.. 1.10 Pollard. Ben 3.00 Pollard, Tom, .100 Ponder, Bob 1 50 Ponder, May, 2 62 Powell. Ben 3.00 Plummcr, Tom, 1.30 rrather. Hoy, . . . .'.02 Prathrr, John, 1 51' Prettier. Cecil 1.50 I'rather, J. G.. .. 3.00 I'rather, Willie. S.25 I'reston, AHred. 3.00 IVvstpn, Elbert, .. 2.2 V Preston. Iluke. 5.28 Preston, Clayton, .. 7.50 Preston, Eddie, 1.60 Preston, Clinton, . , 1.50 Preston, Willie', . .Lull Preston, 11. II., . .75 Preston, Earl, . . 0 76 9 00 !, ,., J. H 75 3.00 4.50 6.00 9.00 10.00 10 7 1 r.O 0(1 7 I, .... 9 .' !. Oi c. 0 Od " 1 ut 0 8 90 10 0 3.IK 1 0' 3 (10 1 1 v 1 I 1 1 3 01 01 Oil fi 01 .... ... ... 6 7. 0 00 3 Oo 5 23 10 00 ... . - 1 (. U.OO 'O "75 U.OO U.OO I'rvuill. Cumi-cn- 7.50 pri.wftt, ( A. . 75 I'rewitt, Raoom. pr.'wttt, I'rHwitt. I. 7 50 . M., I). J.. .. 4 :i 1 (l(: H j II .... .n ......... ...... ......... .. .. .. ... ... ..... ... .. .. ... ........ ...... ... ....... ..... ......... ...... ....... ..... .. ....... ..... .... . ........ ... 1.60 1.50 3.00 1.60 1.50 1.59 9.00 1.50 3.00 U.OO ... ....... ......... ..... ..... ........ ....... ....... ......... ...... ... . 1.60 9.00 1.50 1.5Q ,76 3.00 3.00 4.00 0.75 4.00 .37 9.00 U.OO Hicks, Tom, Higgins, Frank, Dlgnite, Hugh Dill. Jesse, Doekman. John, Holms, Magore, Holman, James, . Hoskins, Ben, , Doskins, Itufas, Doskins, George, Doskins. Ed Hounshell, D. II., Hounshell, C. C, Hounshell, F. M., Hounshell, N. II Hounshell, Grover, Dounshell, Ballard. Dounshell, Peter, 4.... Dounshell, James, . Howard, Tom, Huffman, Scott, Huffman, George, Huffman. J. P.. Huffman, Dit, Huffman, Charley, . Huffman, Andrew, Huffman, Ben Huffman, Grover, Hughes, Jacob, . Hughes, Charlie, Hester, Jim, Hicks, James, ......... ........ ..... ...... ..... ..... ... ... 10.00 Marsee, Grant, 7..-.- 0 Mnrsee. Jim Clayton, 3 00 .Mnrsee, .. 3.110 Mnrsee, Job, 1.50 Marsee, Tom, 3.00 Masters, Ira S'illie. .. 3.00 Master 3,00 Masters, Willie 3.00 Matthews, Lem, . . . 9.00 Matlock, A , U.OO Mathews, Silas, 6.75 Mathews, McKlnley. . 3.00 Mathews, Japer, 4.50 Mathews, Allen, 1.12 .Mathews. James. 3.00 May, Hobart,, . .. 2.25 Mayfield. Fre.TT 1.50lMarsce, (.eorge, ... U.OO 75Mavte. Ilarrixm 7.50 3.00 3.00 4.12 3.00 .75 1:60 .... ...... ..... ... ... ....... ...... ..... ........ .... ..... ... .... , 3.00 9.00 9.00 10.00 1.60 1.60 10.00 1.60 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.60 9.00 B.OO .. ......... ....... ....... ....... pan, win, ......... )unn, Elmore. ... .. Duncan, Edgar, ....... Duncan, Everett, Duncan, Charlie, Duncan, J,. It., ....... 9.00 3.00 .75 1.50 2.25 2.02 2.62 2.25 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 Humphrey, Cecil, Humphrey, Clayton, Humphrey, Luther. Humphrey, Herbert, Humphrey, wait, Humphrey, Herman, Humphrey, William, Humphrey, Mose, Humphrey, John, Humphrey, Homer, Humes. Thomps. Humes, Walter, Humes, Wesley, Hulette, Jasper. 4.00 1.50 3.00 1.60 1.60 1.60 3.00 9.00 U.OO ..... ... ... ..... .. ... ..... ..... ... ..... ...... ...... 1.60 7.50 1.50 3.00 1.90 1.50 4.00 1.60 1.50 .3.00 3.00 7,60 2.25 Meadows. Millnrd, . Metcalf. Chester,' Metcalf. D. C Middleton, Jake. Middleton, Edd. .. Middleton. Ilol, Middle! on. (Ton. I Mi, I, II, Ion Jl, Miller, llano. " Miller. Ell Miller, Willie Miller. Frank. . Mitchell. S., Mitchell. Bob, ..." Mitchell. Grover. ..." Mitchell, Alex. . Mitchell, Candy. Mitchel. Marion, . Moberly, Carl, . Mouerley, Hugh, . Mobcrley, Elbert, Mobcrley, W. M., Mouerley J. K., . . Mobcrley, W. J. . Mock, W. M, Motrin. Hlrum. Montgomery, Ike, . Montgomery, A. ()., . Montgomery, Dave, . Montgomery, Elgin, . Montgomery. Ernest, .Montgomery, I M., Montgomery, T, II., Montgomery, II. It., . Montgoniery, Arthur, Morgan Clyde, Morgan, John, Morris, W. L., Morriss, John, Morris, Allen, Morris, Charley, Morriss, John, Morris, Sam, ' Mosier, Dan, Mosier, Steve ... ... ... ... .. .. ... .. ..... - ..... I'rewitt, Alex, . 2.25 I'lewitt, Davy, . 3.00 I'rewitt, James, 1.50 I'rewitt, Klija, . 2.25 I'rewitt, Llge. . 1.50 Price. 3.00 Price. ; Dewey. . 3.00 Price. It. J., U.OO Purcell, John 2.25 Purcell, Ruben U.OO I'urriful, 8.2f Quinlcy, Monroe, 2.60 Raider, Charley, lliruni. .. 2 fin Raider, Alfred, 1.50 Rains, 3.00 Raines, JohnG U. 6 no Rains, Sam, 2.2r Knilis, Speed, 7', Rnmsey, .76 Ralston, Charley, .75 Ralston, Edmond, James, .75 2.00 Ralston,- Frank, Ramsey, Burdette, 3.00 Rankin, I. 6.00 Rankin. I). 11., F 1.12 Ray, William 2.25 Ray, Royston, . 2.25 Ray, ; .76 Itay, John, Hunter, .73 Rny, Aimer, .75 Ray, .75 Itay, Bryan, 1.50 Rny, Homer, . 3.00 Rny, Charley, Joe, 1.50 3.00 Itay, Jesse, Ray, 1.50 Ray, Tom, 3.00 Ray, Denry, 3.00 Ray, Floyd; 3.75 Ray, Sammle W. S 1.50 3.00 Ray, J. D 2.25 Ray, Oscar, 10.00 Rny, Haley, 3.00 Read, Allen 1.60 Rendy, Jeff 1.83 Reigns, Herod, 3.76 Ren fro. S. W 2.03 Reynolds, Walter. Rice, Homer, 3.00 Rich. Join 7.50 Rigsby, Tom, 3.00 Rigsby, S. C 3.00 Roberts, S. A., 1.50 Robinson, Hiram, U.OO Robinson, Dnve, 7.50 Robinson, C. S. 1.50 Robinson, B. F 9.00 Robinson, Boss, 3.00 Robinson, Joc; 3.00 Robinson, J. A 0.00 Robinson, Sherman, 3.00 Rogers, Millard, 0.00 Rogers, Tom, 3.00 Rogers, Curt, 2.25 Rogers, G. W fl.75 RogcTs, Simp, 2.25 Ross, Jim, 0.75 Ross, Charlie. 1.12 Ross, Cronley, I'rewitt, W. U. -0 3 00 3 00 3 3 3 .3 1 00 00 00 0D I :! 0 10 off .... 3 7j 3.0(1 ........ ...... ... .. 3.00 3.00 I 3S 3.00 3.00 U.OO 1 SO I 1 1 10 jli 5U 0 7) 9.0(1 .. 3.00 52. 2 25 1.0(1 ......... 3.00 ..... ........ ..... ... .......... " 1 5 6.00 IJ 2 6.1 .......... ......... 6.00 1 12 6,75 3.00 3.0(1 .. ..... .......... ......... . 3.00 6.00 2.00 6.75 3.00 3.00 3,00 "J 1,50 U.OO 3,00 3.00 7 60 3.00 1 7 I ....... ...... ....... ..... ... ....... ........ ........ ........ ........... ........ ....... ...... ....... 6.00 0.00 7.i 2 2i 7. 3.00 2.25 1.50 3.00 7.50 4.50 2.2 i 2.00 1.50 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5, 1918. Ross, Snm, Ilothwcll, Henry Rouse, J. II., Roberts, Walter Ilucker, 0. C, Sanders, llurtun, Sanders, Angle, G rnnt, ......... .. 2.02 Sweeney, J. W., 2.26 Tarrcncc, Frank, r.no Tankersley, W, II.,-3.00 Tankersley, Sam, 2.25 Tankersley, Dan, 7.R7 C.7S .... ... . Scott, T. A., Scott, K. II., Scott, II. J Scrivener, Ballard, Sebastian, Lessle, Sebastian, Vrthur, Sebastian, Virgil, Sebastian, Homer, Selia stiii n, Jesse, Sebastian, llutler Sebastian, Parson, Sebastian, Joint, Sebastian, Jasper, Sebastian, Marian, Simpson, llobart, Simpson, Jesse, M ......... .......... Sanders, Jesse, .......... Scnrbrough, Herbert, ..... .Schooler, George, ........ Scott, J. A., Sanders, Tankersley, llenry, Tnnkersley, Tankersley, West, ........ .. ... .... ,75 ,75 1.12 2.25 0.75 1.50 2.00 1.50 .1.00 Jim, Teater, klrby Tenter, Hobart, Teater, Harvey, Teater, Klbert, Tlnchcr, James, ..1 .... Thompson, Wesley, Thompson, II, I,., Thompson, Orliln, .... ...... ... .. ........ ......... Simpson, W. .... Simpson, Irvin, .......... Simpson, Irvin, ......... Simpson, Wesley, ........ Simpson, Lee, .......... Simpson, Clay, Simpson, Jesse, ......... Simpson, Hugh, .......... Simpson, Itobt, ......... Siiejnore, John, ......... Shaw, Itol.crt Sherrow, Allen, Sherrow, Speed, Shearer, Dennis, Sherrow, Jasper, Sherrow, George, Sherrow, Shelby, Shearer, Elisha. Shephenl, (). II Sbepheril, I.c, V. ....... ..... . ........ ........ ....... 3.00 2.25 75 2.25 ,75 3.00 1.50 3.76 2.25 1,12 7.50 3.00 1.12 3.00 1.50 1.50 1.12 1.12 1.50 3.00 0.00 ..... Tlncher, David, .... Todd, C. II Todd, George, Todd, Morriss, ..... Todd. C. II Todd, W. II Tracey, It. U Tracey, Thomas, Tudor, Ilrutus, Tudor, Conn, Tudor, Itobert, Tudor, John, Tudor, W. It Tuggle, W. I' Tuggle, Perry, 3.00 2.00 0.00 9.00 3.00 4.60 0.00 3.00 4.50 1.50 3.76 3.00 0.00 10.00 1.50 3.00 3.00 2.00 1.60 - RED CROSS NOTES. To Complete Workers Needed Gitll Dresses. The Carrnrd County Chapter ship-pe- il on August 31st: 105 sweaters, completing quota of 250; 130 pairs of socks and 30 girl dresses. Many more socks could have been sent hail they been knitted according to the standard anil directions been followed. Hereafter no sock yarn will be given out unless directions are followed to the letter. Many, many pairs had to be unraveled and knitted over. Only the Kitchener toe and heel are accepted at the warehouse. Many failed to put names on socks, so those that were knitted wrong could not be given back to the original knitter, to correct their own work. This chapter will not send garments that are not according to the lied Cross standard. The rest of the goods for the girls dresses has arrived and these dresses must be completed before the September quota arrives. Let the slogan be, "everybody make a dress until 70 more are completed". This chapter needs many more workers. Don't let anything Interfere with your duty in helping win the war by helping the Iteil Cross. You can't fight in the trenches, but you can sew and knit and do these things that are so necessary. PREPAEE Make Ready Beforehand When the thermometer drops and the chills come over you you will wish you had repaired your chimneys, grates and oth- ... ....... ..... ....... Smalllry. Smith, Wm., Smith, (iat Smith, Craig Smith, John, Smith. Fred, Smith, I). I) Smith. Win., Smith, Edgar Smith, l.utlier Smith, Penman, Smith, Joe Smith, Elias, ., Smith. Kiclianl. Smith, Charley Smith, James. Snyiler, Floyd Soper, Richard Sowiler, Calvin, Sowiler, Iteece Sowiler, W. II., C, .......... ' . . ......... ... .... ........ ... ..... .. ........ .. 1,50 3.00 6.75 3.00 4.50 2.00 1.50 4.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 75 75 3.00 3.0(1 Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, Turner, r.00 Turner, 3.00 Turner, 2.00 Turner, ..... ..... C. I, Ilrutus, .. Mack, ..... Wade, Harry, James, S. M George, M. C 1'. I 1.50 0.00 3.00 0.00 1.12 1.12 3.00 1.12 2.25 3.00 0.00 9.00 2.25 3.75 3.00 1.50 5.25 .75 fi.75 er heating apparatus. We have all the necessary material for these repairs. A good line of Heating Stoves, Grates, Grate Baskets,Fire Brick, and backs and our prices are right. ... ... .. 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00, 3.00, Warren, I'tvter, 5.00 earren. W. ().. 2.B5 earren, Johnny, 3.00 Wearren, Tusscy, Underwood, Tom, Underwood. Squire, . Vandrrpool, Itussell, . VanWInkle, Wm., Wogomer, J. W., Walker, Steve Walker, Smiley, Wulker, W. T Walker, It. J Walton, Lawrence, . Walton, Itobert, Wurd Preston. Wnrdtow, W. II Warmoth, John Wardlow, Calvin, Wan en, Ed., Warren, Joseph, Warren, W. A., ... .... ... 3.00 .75 9.00 3.00 .75 7.60 3.00 3.00 1.60 1.60 2.25 2.25 18 AND 3.00 YODTHS BETWEEN 2.05 10.00 21 TO BE MOBILIZED OCT. 1. 3.00 3.00 SUdenti' Army Training Corps To Attend 1.87 Three Hundred Colleges. .1.00 Hervey JUST AMERICAN. Just today we chanced to meet Down upon the crowded street; And I wondered whence he came, What was once his nation's name. So 1 asked him, "Tell me true, Are you Pole or Russian Jew, English, Scotch, Italian, Russian, Belgian, Spanish, Swiss, .Moravian, Dutch or Greek or Scandinavian?" Then he raised his hand on high, As he gave me this reply: "What I was is naught to me, In this land of Liberty. In my soul as man to man, I am Just American". Author Unknown. & Woods Dr. Gillispie and Miss Juanita Jones of Wilmore, were here Sunday for a short visit to Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant. Mrs. Luther Hager, who has been quite ill of typhiod fever for several weeks, is improving and hopes to be able to sit up in a few days. PAINT LICK, KY. KRYANTSVILLE Mrs. Hamm of Somerset, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Rankin. Mrs. R. K. Swope entertained a few friends at a delightful dinner Sunday. Rev, G. S. Conant has been in Cynthiana, this week attending Conference. ... .... James, ('., J. It., Sparks, John, Sparks, Sparks. Sparks, Sparks. Speake. Speake. Spivey, Spivey, Sunder, G. I ..... .: Spark, J. F., Hill II., Itoy, . Starnes, Will Starnes, Stephen Starnes, Hud, Stephens, Will Stephens, Sam, Stephens, C. C, J. T., Spears, Ollie SrUey. Kreil l.owry, .......... Stlgall, Jack Stlgall. T, J Stinnett, Melvln Stinnett. Klijah Stone, Harry Stone, llert, Stotts, Andrew Stotts, Odis. Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Sutton, Stowe, I). A .... ... J. S. I. Ed Josh Sam Davis II Jessie, llutler lien .......... llryan, II. T .......... 1.50! Wells, Marian, 2.26 West, W. W U.00 West, Logan, 3.00 West, Iluford U.00 Wheeler, Sim, . 3.00 Wheeler. M. II 3.00 Wiggins, Hill .75 Wiley. Jim. 4.50 Wiley, Gaye, .75 Williams, Sam, .76 Williams, Oilus, 3.00 Wilmott, John, 0.00 Whiltaker, W. K., Itobert, . 10.00 Whittnker, 3.00 White, Will. 3.00 Whitted, K.. 3.00 Withers. Clyde, II., . 3.00 Wilson, J, C 3.00 Woods, It. !., . 3.00 Woolwlnc, Elmer, 0.00 Woolen, Charlie, Willile, 1.50 Worthington, 1.60 Wren. W. M 1.60 Wren. Charlie, 0.00 Wren. Ilethcl, 7.50 Wren. S. T 10.00 Wren. A. A., 3.00 Wynn. A. II 4.60 Wynn. J. I)., 3.00 Wylie. Leslie 4.70 Wylder, A. J 1.60 Wylder John, 10.00 Wylie, John, 1.50 Yarhrough, John, .75 Yates. John, 4.00 Ycagcr, Kd, 10.00 Yeakey, John, 2.25 Yeakey, J. L., 3.00 Yeakey, Gooch. . 3.00 Yeakey, Itobert, 2.25 Yeakey, Jessie, S'oung, Dclmar, U.00 0.00 .76 1.50' Wearren, James, (.vurge. ... ..... ..... .. ... ... .. ...... ....... ... ....... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... 4.50 Members of the Students' Army 1.60 1.60 Training Corps, consisting of jouths 2.25 between the ages of 18 anil 21, will 2.fi: be mobilized October 1 at more than 2.B: 300 colleges selected for that purpose 3.00 according 10.00 by the War Department, 3.75 to details of the plan announced last .75 Saturday. 3.00 The members of the Students' Training Corps will be "soldiers on .76 active duty", u statement Issued by 9.00 the War Department says. Upon their 3.00 induction into service their subsist 2.25 ence, quarters, clothing and tuition 2.25 1.60 will be provided by the Government will receive 3.00 and the student-soldier- s 1.60 the pay of privates in the army. 9.00 High school graduates will be 9.00 eligible to the collegiate training di 0.00 and grammar 9.00 vision of the corp 2.25 school graduates may enter the vo7.50 cational section. As the students 1.12 show ability they will be transferred 1.60 showing .1.00 to new division and those 3.00 special qualifications will be sent to 9.00 officers training schools. Others will 4.00 be assigned to offi1.50 COO cers' schools. The War Department, in its state 0.00 3.00 ment, advises youths now ready fur 2.25 college entrance or already enrolled 3.00 in a college to adhere to their plans 4.50 3.00 and obtain voluntary induction into 2.25 the corps. 4.50 3.00 3.00 9.00 TO ALL MEN BETWEEN THE AGES 3.00 OF 18 AND 45. .75 3.00 13,000,000 men have been called (3,538.04 by the War Department to register under the new Selective Sen Ice Miss Mayme Ballard spent several days last week in Lexington, with Miss Marguerite Woolfolk and the Miss Jane Rowling has returned week-en- d with friends at Crab Orhome rfom a visit to friends at chard Springs. Maysville. Miss May Montgomery is one of Miss Mary Hunter of Quitman, Ga, Garrard's most enthusiastic Red Cross came Thursday for a visit to Miss knitters. She having made 18 sweatMayme Lee Ballard. ers, and 3 pairs of socks for the Red Master Jack Williams is spending Cross since the first of July. the week in Louisville with his aunt, Mr. Bryan Ballard who has been Moving Pictures In Books. Mrs. Frank Campbell. in Washington, D. C, for several In a book a Minneapolis man has InMrs. Henry Tomlinson, and daugh- weeks where he had a splendid posivented fur children pictures uf animals Jump out In a lifelike manner as the ter, Mrs. J. S. Skinner, are in Lexing- tion, has received orders to leave Fripages are turned. ton this week the guests of relatives. day Aug, Cth, for Camp Wheeler, Ga. IMPORTWifiCE NIK OF at 10 o'clock 3-- W w.viJ RECAPITULATION. Total of all sums in Itoad Fund, for fiscal year ending (25,042.19 March 31st, 1918 20,020.39 Total of all sums paid out of Itoad Fund To llalance on March 31st, 1918, In Itoad Fund, INDEBTEDNESS. (Bonded Indebtedness). Draft, This registration will take place on September 12th, this date having been determined by the President of the United States. (5,615.80 If on this day you are f ne of the men between the ages of 18 and 45 (both Inclusive) YOU MUST t. This means that if your 18th birth(15,000.00 day comes on or before this date, 75.00 .. (5,016.80 LAND, STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS As administrator of Jesse Ledford, I will on 14,000.00 YOU MUST IlEC.ISTEIt. It means that if you have not 140.00 reached your 46th birthday on this date YOU MUST REGISTER. 3,207.00 Note to N. K. Bogle The only exception is that if you . 245.60 are between the ages of 21 and 31 Interest on same 10,000.00 Note to J. M. Coy, 150.00 and you have already registered in Interest on tame, the previous draft, or if you arc now (12,877.50 in the United States Army or Navy, TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS, you need not register. SUE SHELBY MASON. Your country is engaged In a Just and holy war. Wc arc fighting to Examined and approved by FO It F.ST STAI'P, Judge Garrard Fiscal Court. preserve our homes and our country from such atrocitcs us the enemy forces have committed in Belgium and in Northern France. The act of registering does not of itself mean that you will be called to the colors but it does mean that you have res r- m m ponded to the call of your country: that subject to tho rules of the War Department which may place you in you have i deferred classification, placed your.elf on the record as one of those who believe in our country; BT USINO that you can say to your neighbors and your friends that you have com. plied with the laws of the land in TO VaCCINATC AOAINST BUCKIXS. every way, und thut you are standing Simple. Safe. Effective.' behind our brave boys who arc alMs ttrh to rL N )! t Msatsrs. NalhpsM to aatt. ready Over There. glaiplr a lull pUI to U laiwtol uulw Um tUa. l'.nsltjr for Failure to r.lilt.r is ami roH rsiia aootxars. one year imprisonment and no man . fat Bait br can exonerate himself by the puy. ment of a fine. Ignorance of the law is no excuse it Is your duty to find out where to register and when to register. E. II. CROWDER, Provost Marshal General. Court House Bonds Interest at 0 per cent to March 31, 1918, Turnpike Ilond Interest at 4 per cent to March 31. 1918 (Money Horrowed for Itoad Fund.) ....... ............. .. .............. ................... Tuesdag, Sept 17th, 1918 on the premises 1 1-- 2 miles East of Paint Lick, sell the fol xr - Wai rj'Mmm BLACKLEGOIDS WcRobepts Drufl Store ' lowing property to wit: 101 4 acres of land, consisting of good dwelling, tobacco barn Has never failing water and the growand all necessary 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. . LEDFORD, Admr. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5, "1 9 8. 1 The Central Record I isukd Weekly. INCORPORATED. 11.60 a year. : OUR H J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. KLKIN. Local Editor nml Mrir. entered at lfa l'ot Offle In luncntter, Kr.. feeon1 Claaa Mail Mailer Prem Association and Member Kentucky SEPTEMBER SALE OF- HERBERT SCHOOLER. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Schooler, who live near Hlattsville, received word from the War Depart mcnt, that their son, Herbert, had been wounded while In action on July 24th. The mesagc wps not a sur prise to the grieved parents, for they had ahVady received n letter from Herbert, telling them of his slig'iit was written wound. This letter August 4th, and in it he says: "1 am feeling fine tliis morning although I was slightly wounded on July 2 UK Think I will be out before many So don't worry nbaut rr.a for the wound dont amount to much. The Ued Cross nurtts arc sure nice to me. They gave me a nice hand bag, which came in good time." Herbert was one of the first that left this county and his friends are glad to know that his wound was so slight and hope to hear soon of his complete recovery. Eighth District Publisher Le'gue, Rates For Politirnl Aniiounrrincnts .. B.'M) For Precinct and Cltv Offices HI. (XI Por County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 for Calls, per line? .10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the Interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line... Obituaries, per line Lancaster, Ky 10 FINE FURS MM TUESDAY, 05 September 5, 1918 SEPTEMBER 3rd 1 Frau Meter received from the kaiser after the loss of her ninth son, says the Cincinnati Post. That's the sort of mes sage of comfort and condolence the Hohenzollern autocrat sent into the home of a mother who had given her all to her coun try. He expressed his "gratifica tion at her sacrifice. Let's look up the definition of the word "gratification". It means "pleasure" or "satisfac tion". The word does not ex press sorrow nor does its use in any way show an eHort to comfort the grieving mother. It merely expresses "satisfac- tion" because the mother lost nine sons in a war provoked to satisfy the greed of the kaiser, Perhaps the kaiser's "satisfac tion" "would have been greater it the mother had had more sons to lose. conv How cold, heartless, fortless, is this message of the How the stricken kaiser. mother must loath the sight of the photograph sent to her by the conscienceless war lord How this sacrificing mother must hate autocracy and its coiu narrow numanless view of life. And how different is this message of comfort sent by President Abraham Lincoln to Mrs. Bixby, expressing his grief at her loss: "Dear Madam I have been shown in the files of the war department a statement of the adjutant general of Massachusetts that you are the mother of five sons who have died gloriously on the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to Keguile you from the grief of a loss so overwhelming. "But I cannot refrain from tendering to you the consola-.tio- n that may be found In the thanks of the republic they died to save. I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice on the altar of freedom." autograph signature." That's the kind of a lotter "His majesty, the kaiser, hears you have sacrificed nine soiw in defense of the fatherland in the present war. His majesty is immensely gratified nt the fact and, in recognition, is pleased to send you his photograph with frame nnd During this Sale we will Offer Our Entire Line of Genuine Furs at a Discount of 20 Per Cent From our Regular Prices. All the Furs in this Sale are Genuine no imitations no trick names, and the saving of money is positive. In the assortment you will find very choice specimens, in Neck Pieces, and Muffs, in Hudson Seal, Moleskin, Taupe Fox, Georgette and Victoria Fox, Red Each and Black Fox, Lucille Wolf, Taupe Wolf and Taupe and Black Lynx. piece was carefully selected from many others last May. Prices range from $20 to $100 and all prices are guaranteed and money refunded if you can do better. May for two reasons first because we got first We bought all our Furs-las- t selections of skins, and second because we knew they would advance and they have. as I Buy Now and Save MORE THAN 20 Per Cent on Each Dollar. a NEW WINTER COATS ONE TWO HUNDRED AND EACH IN STOCK ALL WOOL We place special emphasis on thecal 1 wool" feature, as most of the heavy coatings are made of shoddy or else mixed with cotton. Prices Range From J. T. TINCHER. The above is a good likeness of J T. Tincher, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tincher, who live near Cartersville. This young man has been in France for .several months, having enlisted in the Navy in Illinois about one year ago, and received his training at Great Lakes, He says he has never been home sick, but Is anxious to fight for his flag. He adds that If all the boys knew what he did they would not wait to be drafted, for he would rath er die than live under a King. In a letter to his parents he sends his re gards to his friends here at home and wants to hear from them often, for he has never yet received a letter from lipnii1. His address is U. S. Aviation Forces, C. M., 3 C, Pamlllnc Gerande, France, and his friends should 'write him. Mrs. T. J. Young, of this city, has just received a letter from her son, Fred, who enlisted as a volunteer in Cincinnati atcut u year ao. He is twenty years old and writes an in tt resting letter from which we quote; I am enjoying the best of health and getting plenty to eat. I have just gotten back from the front, for a few days rest, and I sure need it for I have lost so much sleep. Guess you We have rend about the big drive. sl owed the Germans what tho Ainer leans could do. llellcve me it was Wo made it hot for the ome drive. Huns. The shells v.ero bursting all nriUnd me, but I did not get scratch. Have seen some things that I do not want to see again. We gained a lot of ground and have the Germans on the go. 1 bud a good friend from Danville, who was killed I iiated to see him go. in action. His name was Frunk Jesse." Fred's uddrcs is. Company F, 4th, Infantry, Forces, Expeditionary American $19.75 to $100.00 a ft The outer coat catches all the hardest wear and to stand this hard wear wnll. it must be all wool. Our advice is to buy your Winter coat now while you can be sure of all wool at a moderate price. a Special Two Weeks Sale of Blankets and Comforts. kets at $10.00. We also offer one hundred pairs of selected Cotton Bed Blankets in plaids and white at all prices from $3.50 to $7.50, and the better ones have the appearance of the finest wool blankets, and are almost as warm. We have one hundred extra-larg- e Bed Comforts, made specially for us last winter, at prices much less than now prevailing. These are cotton filled, pure wool filled and down filled, and prices range from $5.00 to $15.00. or very ,Uf?n ffrade Wot1 Automobile Rugs at $7.95 to $20. BEGINNING AND CONTINUING FOR TWO WEEKS WE WILL OFFER SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FROM REGULAR PRICES OF ALL BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. We are 'fortunate in having in stock sixty pairs Wool Bed Blankets in plaids and white at $10.75, $11.50, $12.50 and $15.00. All wool Khaki Army Blan- 4 4 a P fi ir.2.0V,ne TO-DAY 8 A. B. Robertson & Bro DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. LET US J g PiPu.pJiriiilKirJitUir'-lr- U I KHAKI S. COLUMN I 2? The Central Hccord Is in receipt of h letter from its yountr friend ar.d patriot, I.utlier lirickcy, sin of Air. and Mrs. V. F, Ilrickey, who livo on Stanford, l'oute No. 4. Ho writes from Camp Meade, Md nr. I like all from whom we linvo luiil Is delighted Willi in my life. Hi jy.t he France. to tail for foreign lands soon ar.d ' just us nnxloM to get to the front in he woultl bo to .cor.io back High Quality home. Ue says ho gt-the Central ICeconl most every week an 4 enjoy Low tho letters he reads In It from the Ho is enthusboys In the service. Prompt iastic about the work being done by Y. M. C. A., and urges his friends the back home to help it every time they are called upon. Ho also "wains to hear from his friends and his address SHOP. is, 17th Infantry, Company D., Camp . NICI10LASV1LLE. Meade, Md. We have other interesting letters from the boys which we hope to publish In our next issue. Kentucky State Fair Louisville LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer nnd Cheaper lhau any Artificial Light. September 9-1- 4 SEPTEMBER 8 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thavlu's Band of 40 World Famed Soloists Chorus o1 300 Voices Two 'Flights by Ruth Law 178,000.00 ' ise3seo38toc3eoo3ectio jj Prices Service 5 Total Premiums tie.000.00 Bsaf Cattla Show Saddls More 10,000X0 Fattsd and Faadlng Cattle Show Tt,000.00 State tlOyOOOtOO 1 0,00000 Perfection Piciure KY. Work a Specially. r RUTH LAW AUTO POLO AUTOMOBILK RACKS Quasn Sport Thrills World's Craek Drivara Da Luxa HlppodromaShow Magnlfloant Mlday Spatial R, R. Rataa Arlal g , Sand for Catalog ua Fount T. Kramar, Saay (04 Rapvbllo Building, Loulavllla, Ky. KODAK A Trial will bo Appreciated IHHIHN BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER. KY. i The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5, 1918. terday to Macon, S II several months Gp In WELSH & WISEMAN CO'S I Danville. after spending Mrs. J. R. Mount is visltlmr tel. Lancaster and atlves in LaCrange. 1 September Sale OF - E FUR AT A - Mr. II. I). Lee Is in the mountains Mrs. J. M. Acton, Misses Florence this week on business. Acton anil Mary Owsley were visit. Mrs. Ellin Dunn, of Bryantsvllle, ors In Danville, the jiast week. has been the guest of Mrs. Ilayden .Mrs. L. M, Crutchfield and daughLenvcll. ter. Miss Aline of Nicholasville, nre Mrs. Thompson of Springfield Ky., visiting Mrs. Hiram Hay at Iluckeyc is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. II. tlii week. S. Hudson. Mrs. H. L. Hubble, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Charlie Leo spent .Mrs. W. 0. Martin, and baby, of Stanford; virlted Mrs. John Walter, Sunday with their parents, Mr. and .Mrs. II. I). Lee. last week. Miss Van Grecnleaf nnd little niece Mrs. J. M, Acton end Miss Florof .Mrs. ence Acton, Mr. and Mrs. T. I'ollard of Hichmond, nre visitors spent Sunday with Mr. W. 0. Clark Emma Kaulfman. nnd family. ' Mrs. Charlie Thompson and Miss Mr.s. Kdward Stewart Mr. l.ucilc Thompson, nre visiting relannd Frank Fierce motored rom Loui-vill- e, tives in Stanford. and arc guests of rehitves in Mr. Vol Cook left Inst, week for the county. Chicago, Illinois, where he has acMhw Lucy Ilankl.i who has betn cepted n good position. the attractive guest of Miss Charlie Miss Vivian Blake of Buffalo, West Klmore, has icturned to her homo in Vn was the attractive guest of Mis Junction City. Florence Acton, Inst week. Mr. Onenl Broaddus, has returned Mises Florence Johnson, Mamie to Chicago, after n three week va- Stormes Dunn nnd Edna Berkele cation to his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. were visitors in Danville, Monday. Cronley Uroaddus. Mrs. J. A. Anion entertained lust .Mrs Ethel Darnold and .Miss Ilettie Friday nt n six o'clock dinner in West have returned home from a sev-erhonor of Mr. A. D, Bradshaw and days visit to their aunt, Mrs John bride. Dunn at Ilurgin. , Mifi Allie Arnold leaves this after".Hues Elizabeth and I'atsy An- noon Col., for Colorado Springs, derson who have been attending busi- where she ill teach in the D. and D. ness school nt Bowline Rreen. return School. ed home Saturday. .Mr. V. C. Davis, our efficient Mr. William Kinnaird returned tailor, left Saturday for n ten dnjs Q home Inst U'epli Phnrt...t.in visit with his daughter, Mrs, Malone, C. where he has been nt work durino nt Lebanon. the summer vacatinon. Mrs. Henry Simpson nnd little MiM Josephine Thomtnon of Lex. daughter, Elizabeth, of Lexington, ington, has nrjived and will have spent a few days this week with Mr. charge of Miss Minnie Hrown's triman J' Mrs. U. D. Simpson. ming room this season. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cabell Denny enMisses Kathleen and Untie Lee tertained Saturday ut a six o'clock Scale, of Berea, arc the attractive dinner in honor of Rev. and Mrs. W. little guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Ed O. Foster, of Hnrtsville, Ala. Seale, on Haselden Height". Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith left Mrs. Katherine Conn Tinslev. who Wednesday for their homo in Cincinbeen in New York for some time, spending ten dajs with :s the guest for a few days of her nati, after friends nnd relatives here. parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn, Messrs Robert Brown and Joe ArMr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark and chil- cher have returned to their home in ilren of Lexington, motored over Villa drove Illinois. They were acSunday and spent the day with her companied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bourne. Brown and children. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and son, Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Foster and Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Estes, Mrs. Shirdaughter, Fnullnc, of Hnrtsville ley Estes, .Mr. Arcji Stevens nnd son little Ala., have returned homo after a motored to High Bridge last Thurspleasant visit to Mr. Alex Denny nnd day. Mrs. Mattic Duncan. . Mr. T. E. Cecil and daughter, Mi Miss Xancy Hngnn, has returned Ethel, and son, Russell, have returnafter a delightful visit with her sised from n visit to his parents, and ter, Mrs. Walter Arnold, nt Bryants-ville- , brother, In Wolff nnd nrenthitt Counand is again back nt her post, ties. in Dickerson's store. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Elmore and Mrs. W. R. Iturnside who was call-e- d children of Nashville, Tcnn., are visto the bedside of her sister, Mrs, iting their parents, Mrs. I'attie AnKirby, wns called back to Bnrbours-vill- e, derson, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. El Sunday, by the serious Illness more. of he daughter, MrsNiichard Ware and son, Louis, of Birmingham, Ala., have been visPRETTY HOME WEDDING iting her sister. Miss Sallie Lou Myers, and other relatives in the A pretty heme wedding took place county. Ht the home of Mr. and Mrs. X. MilMisses Margaret nnd Joe Faulkner ler, yesterday, when their daughter. returned to their home yesterday in Miss Anna, wns united in marriage I'enn., after spending several weeks to Mr. Charles 1.. Smith, of Charleswith their grandmother, Mrs. Hose ton, West Vn. Mujgii. The impressive ceremony wns performed in front of an improvised' Mrs. J. M. Acton and Miss Florence alter, banked wth ferns and lighted Acton motored to Lexington Satur-iln- y with many candles. Tho ceremony and spent Sunday with Miss Faye win perfoiined liy Father Sihulte in Acton, who is in the Rood Samaritan the presence of enly the immediate Hospital. families nnd n few intimate friends. The brides-maid- s were the two Mr, riic.tpr r vi. toft for llerea, where she will be with her sijtcrs of the bride. Misses Clara and parents, during the absence of her Canie Miller, both beautifully gownlavender nnd pink nusuaiul, who is in training nt In ed m delicate chiffon with picture hats trimmed in dinnnpolis. kwect peas and carrying pink roses. Masters Courtney. Marvin. Hnv. Tito bride was lovely In white chiffon Jr., and John Orrell, have returned nnd white tulle hnt, and carried a to Louisville, after spending the sum shower bouquet of brides rosei and mcr vacation with their crand-mot- h valley lillles. She entered on the arm .Mrs. V. A. Trice. cr, of her father and wns met by Mr Mr. Jake Miller nnd children, nnd S.nith who had entered with his Mrs. J. A. Elsencr and children, have brother, .Mr. J. 1'. Smith. They returned to their home in Charleston, knelt upon white satin cushions while West V u., after n visit to their par takinif the marriage vows. After the ceremony u most delight ents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. N Miller. ful wedding breakfast was served. Hemstitching nnd picoting, all the table decorations being in the work guaranteed, l'rompt attention same pastel shades the wedding. to mail orders. After the breukfnst the bridal party Misses Drake, motored to Danville, where they took 110 N Upper Street, Lexington Ky. the trm n for Chicago. Upon their Mrs. J. M, Acto'n and Miss Florence return from tho honeymoon trip they Acton, have returned to their home will be at home to their friends in home here, after a delightful stay Charleston, West Virginia. iVmong the out of town guests were with Capt. J. M, Acton, who is located at Auburn, Alabama, with the Medi- Mrr. .Mary L. Glcason, the attractive fister of tho groom, Mr. nnd Mrs cal Corps of the army. Jesse Wcarren nnd Mrs. Dillon of Mrs. Cronley Uroaddus entertain Stanford, Mr. J. T. Smith und Miss ed the following last Thursday even- - Clam Miller of Charleston. Ing In honor of her son, Mr, Oneal Uroaddus, who was leaving for Chi NOTICE cago, the next day. Misses Ruth Broaddus, of wilmorc, Isabelle Sun-forThe school taxes for the year 1018 l'eachie Mao Sanders, Bessie ure now due. I'LEASE call and setRay Sanders, lona Dunn, Misses tle as the current expenses of the King of Hurrodsburg, and Mr. school must be met promptly. Thompson Sanders. Frankle KnuITmnn, Treas. .1 SAVING, OF 25 PERCENT On a broader, better scale than ever attempted conies this September Sale of Furs, which begins and continues throughout this month. It is an occasion that presents several thousand dollars worth of highgrade Furs on a price-basi- s that affords to our patrons savings of fully 25 per cent. The' reason for this price advantage is explained by the fact that our entire stock was g purchased on a special trip to New York away back - since which time there has been price advances last Marchthan equivalent to the saving mentioned above. more Furs will be extremely fashionable this Winter, and every advantage lies in making early selections, as the skins arc the choicest, and prices later are sure to be very much higher. We seldom make an urgent recommendation, but, in this instance, purchases during this September Sale are advised. to-da- y, Fur-buyin- , Animal Scarfs fects a verv unusual selection Alaska Fox Scarfs. $65. to $95. Taupe Fox Scarfs $45. to $65. Black Fox Scarfs $65. to $85. Black Lynx Scarfs $39.50-$7Cross Fox Sets, . - - - $65.00, Taupe Wolf Scarfs. $35 to $50. Red Fox Scarfs, . . . $65.00 Black Wolf Scarfs . $25. to $35. Lustro Lynx Scarfs $15. to $30. in 5. Ascots and Throws ef- Attractive shapes and new Those who prefer novelty Ascots and Throws will find, a wonderful selection here. Hudson Seal Throw with belt. $85.00 Hudson Seal Throw . . .$35.00 Hudson Seal Muffs, $20.to $35. Moline Cape and Muffs $40.00 "Hudson, Seal Cape, . . .$50.00 Hudson Seal Ascot. ...$29.50 French Seal Cape $20.00 Misses and Children's Fur Sets in Nutria and Brook Mink,. $9.00 to $20.00 New .Fall Fashions Now Ready. exacting a full season's wear from your outfits await this early season showing of our exclusive and distinctive styles. choose You women who know the economy of choosing early and So let this be an invitation to you to be amongst the first to New Suits, New Coals, New Dresses, New Waists, New Millinery, New Footwear. New Everything for the Fall Season. WELSH & mtmm DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Fence-somet- company Bernice Chump. J 9 - Mailable and Cast Range $85. & S35, Cast Cooks SI5. anil $30. hing und Walking Plows. Cambric and Strongest Fence made.1; new Best American National Fence 62c. Wheat Drills, rMtlers Scales. Jno Deere Wagons. Bale Ties. Depot Carriage and second hand buggy cheap. Lot cut nails 3 Gossip About People ve'vev? A Mr. Hay Orrell of Kort Tierce, Florida, was the guo-- t last week of Mrs. W. A. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walter of of Mrs. Oliver Rld-in- g Brll MtnCon cl the Cominei mil 8 -J I were visitors Walter lust Friday. John J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Mrs. Helen llryunt, who has a tion In Lexington, spent the w.vk. Mim rioienco Acton leaves toon end with homefolU. to ruler Georgetown Collect'. Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Emhry mid lira. E. C. I'cpples of Louisa Ky., sons, spent Sunday ami Monday with has lieen the truest of Mrs. I.. C. King. friends and relatives here. .Mrs. Hello IVrklns of Stanford Mit Anna Steele Cook of Lexing' was tho guest of Mm. W. I.. Lawson Ion spent last Friday with Misses Momlny. Elizabeth and I.ula Simpson. j i. MIOSES s. hatfieisd, ISIIk' bciiicoster, 1 1 Mr. Thompson Snmlcrj. of Coy, Mrs. Clayton Sanders and viritcd his father, Mr. Coy Sanders, Miss Bessie Hay, were guests 0f lust week. Mrs. IE. C, Schooler, lust week. .Miss Francis Miles of is visiting Mrs. Hubert Carter Marcellm. Louisville, Master II. V. Hastln has returned ' nt from n months visit to his aunt, Mrs. Charles Dcnman, of Nicholasvllle, Mrs. Jesse Cook and Miss Eliza-bet- li llrowu of Lexington, spent the ilay Friday with Mrs. Cabell Denny. D?ntist. Iy. Mrs. John Anderson of Lexington spent the past week with Mrs. Florence (IraM. J Mr, Aihby Warren, of Stanford, Miss Mao I'owell left Monday for visited his aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan, Mays Lick, where she has accepted a last Monday. good position with the school ut that ' Miss I'atsy Hosson of Hichmond. place. lias been the charming guest of Miss Mr. J. F, Itobinson returned yes The Central Record. Thursday, Sept 5, 1918. A SPLENDID CONCERT. "The Concert given last Friday night nt the High School Auditorium, by "Kentucky Trio" for the benefit of the Garrard County Chapter of the American Red Cross, was the musical event of the year, and nil of those fortunate enough to be present enjoyed the numbers of the program to the Utmost. Misses Smith, Crosby ami Bingham are high class artists and it Is to be hoped that Miss Mary Snyder will bring them to Lancaster again. The total receipts amounted to $03.51, However, this will be the last benefit given InTiarrard County for the Red Cross this year Unless n call Is made by the National Head quarters of the Society for additional funds. Titanic Auction Thursday, Sept. 19th, '18 I COHHISSKn ! SALE OF LAND P7P. CLAXTON Gires Patriotic Adricc To Teachers To the Teachers and People of the United States: There are before us as a people now just two tasks of supreme importance: To win the war for freedom and democracy, and to prepare ourselves and our children for life in the new world which the war is bringing in. Doth these tasks must be performed with singleness of purdevotion to pose and whole-hearte- d the public welfare; and no sacrifice, I' ?.evcr great, must be allowed to stand in the way of either. The first great task is to be accomplished by the hundreds of thousands of men in the army and navy, across the seas nnd on the seas, assisted by the millions of men and of women who produce munitions war, ships for transportation and food, and the scores of millions who give or loan money to pay the costs. The second of these great tasks is to be accomplished by the great army of hundreds of thousands of teachersjn our schools, assisted by school officers, parents and people who pay taxes for the support of the schools. The fight against militaristic autocracy and the fight against illiteracy, ignorance and incompetence are both for freedom and democracy, which are impossible in any high degree till both battles are won. As the soldier and the sailor are expected to do their full duty unflinchingly, whatever may be the cost, so the teacher and the school officer are expected to remain at their posts and do their duty fully and unhesitatingly in the face of all temptations, unless called definitely by their country for other service. As the people are paying the cost of the war without question except as to how much is needed to assure victory, so should they pay the cost of the schools without question ex cept as to how much is needed to as sure the fullest measure of prepare tion for life, industry, efficiency and good citizenship in the new world of freedom and democracy for which we are fighting. Let us all work, each in his own sphere and at his own task, with pa triotic devotion and no thought of selfish or personal interest. Let us all, teachers, parents and taxpayers work together to the end that no boy or girl may be without full opportunity for that kind and degree of education necessary for industrial and political efficiency and for intelligent joyous living." Yours sincerely, r. P. CLAXTOX, Commissioner of Kducation. Uncle Per.nywlse Says: We must have enntiKli uuurltten law now to iirmlili- - a precedent fur most any Unci of a ca.e. WILL SELL FOR J. H. UAUGHMAN THE CREAM OR BOYLE COUNTY. anil J. H. BAUGHMAN will soil DESCRIPTION: Broad, gently sloping fields, almost level, with here and there a black walnut, sugar tree or stately elm. The LAND of BIG FAT CATTLE and BROAD ACRES OF FERTILE SOIL. H90 acres of this land is in SOD and has been for years, the remainder recently broken from sod in cultivation as follows: 70 acres in corn, 10 acres in wheat stubble, t, 10 acres in tobacco and. hemp. This land has been grazed for years with BIG CATTLE nnd is NOW ".0 acres in ready for the man who wants to make MONEY growing CORN, HEMP, TOBACCO, CATTLE and HOGS. buck-whea- FARM", two miles from city limits of Danville, Ky on Hiistonville Pike. LOCATION : Known as the Movie countv has the best nikes of any county in the State anil this pike is the 15KST one out of Danville: perfectly straight from citv limits and no railroads to cross to this Beautiful Farm, only 10 minutes drive. 750 Cattle and a Lot of Mares and Hules "HILLTOP Once in a Lifetime is the Opportunity Offered to Pvrchase Such a Farm. A BEAUTIFUL HOME. SPLENDID NEIGHBORHOOD, the adjoining land owners living on their ADVANTAGES: farms. CLOSE TO CHURCHES. GRADED and HIGH SCHOOL, CENTRE COLLEGE and KENTUCKY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, and the BEST TOBACCO, HEMP, GRAIN, HOG and CATTLE MARKET in Central Kentucky. DANVILLE and BOYLE COUNTY do not have to be advertised. Their reputation is established. Known every-wher- e as a moral and educational center with a population of hospitable and prosperous people. Danville is also a great lailroad terminal and ONE MILLION DOLLARS has already been authorized to Jje spent at Danville in the improvement of railroad facilities. "HILLTOP FARM" is within one mile of the L. and N. Railroad and adjoins the C. N. O. and T. P. Railroad, with side track on the farm. Electric line runs by the farm and only has to be tapped to equip the farm with light and power. "Hill Top Farm" is ABUNDANTLY WATERED with seven NEVER FAILING SPRINGS, four wells and one cistern. Main dwelling eight large rooms, two porches, halls and bath-rooIMPROVEMENTS: with butler's pantry, ed by furnace, two room servant house and garage, beautiful yard with large shade trees, large two story stock barn, ment will hold 125 cattle, second story nine large box stalls and the main portion prepared for hay fork and will hold bales of hay. Fertile garden and plenty of fruit. The second set of improvements consists of a splendid six room dwelling, three porches, two stock barns, other out buildings, cistern, good garden, large yard and mulberry, sugar tree and F MILE OF SPLENDID GRADED SCHOOL. Two wild cherry shade trees. This set of improvements is within other sets of improvements on farm. 200 acres with main dwelling, a CO acre tract and 80 acre tract witlr improvements, a 10 acre tract with improvements, to which may be added a 20 acre trnct and a 14 acre tract, also a 45 acre tract with improvements nnd other tracts. We always SELL to suit the BIDDERS, so two or more tracts may be combined to suit the purchaser in the number of acres. two-story ONE-HAL- n Heifers, 500 to 800 pounds. These cattle are all good quality, been picked for uuctinn sale for twelve months. Native Kentucky nnd Tennessee cattle. BEST LOT OF CATTLE EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Just a few plain cattle and these will be sold separately. The cattle will be sold in bunches of ten and in car lots, principally in car lots. and 100 head of Black Poll Angus Feeders, 800 to 1,050 pounds, 00 or more White Face Hereford Feeders, 800 to 1,050 pounds, 240 High-Grad- e Short Horn, Red and Roans, 800 to 1,100 pounds, 50 Black Yearling Cattle, 500 to 700 pounds, 200 Hereford and short horn Yearlings, 500 to 750 pounds, 75 High Grade Poll Angus Heifers, 500 to COO pounds ;25 Hereford short-hor- CATTLE GARRARD ClllCl'IT COUNT Plaintiffs, II. L. Thompson, et at, VS. Defendants, Florence Ford, ct nl. l'ursunnt to n judgment rendered nt the Auiiu.it Term, 1UIK, the undersigned Commissioner will sell nt public auction on the premises In Gnr-rnr- d County, Kentucky, near llourne, nt ten o'clock A. M on 'THURSDAY, SF.I'TKMllKIt 19, '18 I the in the real estate mentioned ' pleadings nnd described ns follows: A boundary of land I in Garrard County, Ky, on the wafers of Davis Creek, consisting of two tracts o' land nnd surveyed in one tract nnd (bounded nnd described as fnllowM Beginning at it stake in Davis AlI Creek, n new comer to William len nnd nlo corner to 1(3 acre tract; thence down said creek with Its mean ders and line of said 1(1 acre tract 'J K X fiO l.'. F. 5.50 chains N 74 7.1.2 chains X 50 2 F. .1.50 chains X Krt 1.2 F. 1.52 chains to a buckeye gone, beginning corner to 10 acr tract, and corner to Foster and leaving Thompson; thence Davis V Creek end up n brunch S 5 U.07 chains to a sugar tree on east side of said brnnch; thence up an V 7.50 chains ether branch S JO S 25 W 4 HO chains to 11 stake corner t othe,D2 ncre tract; thence with line of same and un a branch S 25 W 2.02 chains to n state, corner to J. W. Dunn, S 15 K 0 50 chains to n stake, corner to same, 8 24 V 12.0H chains ta a stake in middle of County Koad. corner to said Dunn and Tim Ford, thence with meanders of said rond N 09 W 3.60 chains to alocust corner to W llt.HI ch. to N said Ford N 07 edge of said road, S 52 W 3.50 chains to n beech, corner to Kord, S 57 2 V K.25 chains to north side of said Koad corner to Ford, thence leaving the Koad X t 4 K 9.01 chains to n stone corner to Ford X 81 V 0.18 chains to a poplar stump corner to Dunn X 38 K 3.50 chains to n stake on a branch; thence down said branch with its meanders X 39 K 9.50 chains X 13 0.60 chains X 23 K 6.27 chains X 48 K 4 84 chains X 30 K 3.03 chains to Davis Creek thencp down said creek with its meanders X 70 K 8.27 chains to an K 2 50 chains to elm, X 00 the beginning, containing 109.17 acres. The purpose of the sale herein It to divide the proceeds thereof according tn the rights of the parties. TF.H.MH: The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, said bond bearing six per cent interest front date until paid, having the force and effect of n judgment upon which may issue, payable to V II Ilrown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court and n lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money Is paid. W. II. IlltOWX. M. C. G. C C - L. Walker, Attorney for I'llTn. 1 will at same time ami place, sell the following personalty, consisting of horses, cattle and hogs. Crops of corn, hay and straw. Other things too numerous to mention. II. 1. Thompson, Admr i Gasoline Kliminated Trouble? by using an 12 DRAFT TYPE BROOD MARES, all broken to work, five with mule colts at side and three with horse colts. SPLENDID YEARLING MULES from above mares, 4 THREE YEAR OLD MULES from same mares. 2 MULES from same mares, 2 six-yeod walking mares; 1 aged Jack; 7 PONIES from colts to G years old. D ar MARES and MULES Entorr Water Separating Casoline Filter. Guaranteed to take out all water, dirt and foreign substance from gasoline or kerosine before filling auto tank. Filters 10 gallons n minute, Six TERMS: Easy on the land and stock and satisfactory to purchaser. Sale begins promptly at ten o'clock. Mr. Baughman, Mr. Moss or myself wil show the farm at any time. Notify us nnd we will be glad to meet the L. and N. train or the Southern train at any time before or on day of sale. AND NO PROTECTION THE SALE WILL BE POSITIVE BOTH OF THE LAND AND STOCK. NO WHATEVER. WE WILL BE IN THE HANDS OF THE PURCHASER. AN ABSOLUTE SALE. Mr. Baughman, who is known by all cattle men, will have charge of the Cattle Sale and Swinebroad will be in charge of the Land Sale. k inquire of J. H. Baughman, Danville, Ky Phone 1802, and as to the land For further particulars as to Live-Stoc- ORDINANCE. An ordinance to prohibit any work or business on the Sabbath Day within the City of Lancaster, Garrard Kentucky, County and providing punishment therefor, The City Council of the City of tancaster, do ordain as follows, No work or business shall be done on the Sabbath Day, except the or dinary household offices or other work of necessity or charity, or work required by railroads, If any person on the Sabbath day shall himself be found at his own, or any other trade or calling, or shall employ his ap prentices, or other person, in labor or other business, whether the same be for profit or amusement, unless such as is permitted above, he ahull upon conviction be fined not less than $2.00 nor more than $50, for each offense, every person or apprentice so employed shall be considered a separate offense, persons of a religeous who are members sciety, who observe as a Sabbath, any other day in the week than Sunday, shall not be liable to the penalty prescribed in this section, If they observe as sabbath, one day In seven, as herein provided. This ordinance shall be In effect on and after iti passage and publication. J . M. DUNCAN, Mayor. D. A. Thomas, Clerk. SWINEBROAD, W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. CUNN'S CHAPEL. vessel, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson visited in Madison recently. Mr. II. M. Kurtz purchased hogs of Mr. John Land at 18 cents. The Real Estate Man WAR BOARD Price $3.50 each. anywhere Offset upon spouts of Lancaster, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land and Miss Inez Lund were guests of Mr. und Exacting Pledge From Publishers Mis. Louis McCulley and Miss Allcne Obtaining Paper. some McCulley Sunday. for inset tanks 50c, extra. Delivered of price. receipt Before to comply with this requirement will DISTIUIIUTOK lead to the withdrawal of any or all 110 South Second St., priority privilege.!, without which the supply cannot be maintained. WAR IXDUSTR1F.S IIOAIJI). E.G.RICHTER Louisville. Misses Bessie Hughes, Ivn Hollon, Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Sebastian of Mary Banks ami Lcnna Anderson spent the week end here. !o!lon, were in Lancaster last week Mrs, Willie Master arc Mr und to attend the Teachers Institute. purrnts of u daughter born August Misses Hughes und Anderson will 27th. supervise an ice cream rupper at the Mr. und Mrs. Wilbert Teater have school house here on Saturday afterchristened their little son, Kdwurd noon. The proceeds will go to buy Gibson, maps, etc., for the school. Everysold some one in the community Is asked to Mr. Wesley Simpson corn to Mr. Thompson Davis at $10 come and help out in this ulfair. per barrel. Rev. D. V, Sebastian, Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Burton and Miss Frank Und, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. with Ada Sebastian spent Monday Kurtz and ions, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. W. B. Kay. Land, Mesdames Hiram Ray and Nora Cluyne Teater, Misses Mayme Sebastian, Parsons, Messrs I'orter I'rlce and Misa Flora Mae Price spent Inez Land, Mary Lea Kurtz and Len-n- a the week end here. Hollon motored to Valley View on Mr. OttleDaily had a young horse Tuesday of last week to attend the to die, as a result of abroken blood Tates Creek Association. Jes-ami- Spasmodic Sermon. The War Industry Hoard is culling A man's character Is determined by In savon all publishers to ing paper. In addition to the gener- what lie iloeH Ida reputation by what al rules they ure rending out, nnd a he gets caught at. pledge to economize in every wny, the following notice is distributed: Paper It Essential It has been placed on the priority list only on the express condition that nil wastes be economy eliminated und every be practiced. In doing this the governtoM, rain, winds, and dampness ment will use it best efforts to prorneumaiic, acnes. winy uui An vide sufficient paper for strictly application ma Slain' Liniment brines o( needful purposes but nothing more. Kvery distributor, converter or user of paper Is hereby notified that the continuance of his supply Is dependent entirely upon the strict observance of the rulings of the War Industries Board, one of which is that paper must not be wasted. Failure TREES is the time to plant your Orchard; Liiwii und Garden. Our Innle descriptive catalog of reliable Now Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evergreens, Grape, Asparagus, Seed Po- Fruitand Shade Tres tatoes, Strawberries. etc., ia free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Tho Central Record, Thursday. Sept 5, 1918. Saturday, Sept 7, AT AT 2:30 P. M. UMEU Kinnaird Bros or Rex Garage 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. t Stock will be invoiced to purchaser and will run between $3000 and $3500.' TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OP SALE. This is the oldest service station, salesroom and Garage in city, new cornerbuilding, 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. - Books open for inspection to prospective buyers. D. A. Thomas Realtjr Agency Lancaster, Kentucky. D li u Having more stock at present than can well White Conn place, care for, I will at the Lick pike, two miles from Paint TUESDAY, SEPT 10, to the 'beginning at ten o'clock promptly, stock and imple highest bidder the following ments. One splendid young Jack years old and good breeder. His colts speak for themselves One Saddle Stud, years old and also a good breeder. One Draft Stallion, years old. This 'lorse produced some of the best colts of his class in the county. One Draft mare years old, with .oal to draft horse. mule colt; driving One yearling mule; mare, nine years old and with foal to the draft good horse: 1 three year old pony and trap; good grade ewes milk cow with calf by side; and one buck; 1 brood sow and condition; binder, in good farm mowing machine; corn planter; wagon. sums under ten TERMS OF lars, cash in hand; over that amount, negotiable note payable January without interest. H. B. CONN, Paint Palm I Prolific. Dally Thought. Women Dive for Shells In Japan. As many ns 4,000 dates Iiim been And what I" rmnwj Hi' she tbui The Juponise Industry of making gathered from a single palm nt one In upright ftnture-ldefined: Henum buttons scnrfplns, shirt studs cufT bearing. the soul. Young. link and the like from sen shells brought from the Indian ocean, the . rigwinu m.:.. 1 i r-i riillipplnex and the South Sea Islands Who Invented Them. nivcr. jy rasioi - lightning TintikI wa Inuntcd by The fuMest How Ins river In the has made mighty strides these Inst few gfn, Iiy VM Itcnjmiiln rrniiUIn; cotton world Is tlic Sulli'J, In Indln, which enrs. Millions of the shells are gathWlillni')'; friction matches, by John rises 15,200 feet above I lit-- feu, and ered from the ocean bottom by women (liters, who work, without the aid of Walker; tlio revplvcr, ly Jolui Cult: full U'.OIX) feet In ISO miles. uny diving apparatus whatever. Krom lilrl lfliirnlth. hr Snlllllcl 1 It. Gas Logic. .Morses double cylinder printing press, World's Egg Record. juy UUhiird 1Iih; sew in,: machine, Iiy competition In AusIn an ny uicnarn l.llni iiiinc; cutting eun. (Jutllng; submarine cable, Iiy Cyrus W, tralia a black Orpington henjald 323 GOVERNMENT SENDS l'li'M; telephone, hy Alexander Criitiinn eggs In 12 month", which Is claimed to I Iti-l- l r tulkliic miuliinivliy Thomas A. le n world's record for any breed. AN URGENT CALL lvdlson; automatic airbrake, tiy (Jeorgo on R. K. Wcslliighiiiiso; reaping machine, by Clay Long In Congress. e The President of the Cyrus McCormlck. Lick, on Henry Clny was elected speaker of Commission recently wired: (he house of representative sir times, "Need for stenographers and typns follows: In November. V11, Twelfth BAD NEWS FOR BERLIN. congrt"".; In Mity, ISIS, Thirteenth con- ists at Washington grows more acute December. 1815, rourteenth daily. Increase effort all possible." fasten, gress; In In December, 1817, Fifteenth The war news from ih The Government- - and all business congress; front these days is bad ncwi for the congress; In December, 1S11), Sixteenth concerns are short five hundred Quotation from congress and In December, 181:1, L'lght-ecnt- h thousand bookkeepers nnd stcnogra. German people. (lermun newspapers portray the congress. pliers, and are offering beginners gloom that overhnngs the people In sell salaries never before heard of. " the large cities. That the people in The Government drafted our Got Proof of It. live the small towns and country are Bookkeeping Set, and nbout A little I'nlMi girl called' to play equally depressed is not to he doubt- with Lena, whon mother nsked tho KIGHTV-KIVper cent of the Goved. little girl some questions In Kngllsli ernment's stenographers writo the 5 a The Liberty Loan bond buyers of and the child made no reply or sign Shorthand system that we teach the preceding loans have their share that she understood what was being TIIK BKST evidence thnt our courLena said to tho child, in the success of the entente allies. asked her. ses are the llKSTf- They furnished the sinews of war not "Mabel, don't J on wtrnt some cundyl" Take, UY MAIL, our eight-week- s' 9 The child replied In Kngllsli. "res," only to light the and to build which cnued Lena to say, "I knowed 9 ships, not only to raise, equipt, nnd Course or our Simplified Shorthand she knnwed how to talk Kngllsh." scud our soldiers over, nut only to Course, the latter course consisting supply them and our allies with food of THIRTY LKSSONS, and we guar-ante- e In Tree Trunk. Whetstone and munitions, but more than $0,000, 7 you from $85, to $125. a While sawing down a large poplar 000,000 of their money has been a. tree on the Welmiir farm two sons of month as soon as you qualify. Moned to our allies so that they may Joseph Two hun-- J Weltnar found their saw would ey back if not satisfied. prosecute the war with vigor and not penetrate. 1 1 They begun a little dred thousand satisfied, money-mastrength. nifciicr, nun uurr Hie irec was uown; ing former students. Clip, fill out. We here nt home have an oppoi-tunitii wuctMoiie 111 lite nnd send us the following iiivj iiiviti-ni- i coupon to send the Gn, iu:s some heart of tho trunk. It Is supposed 1 more bad news. Ths Cein.ain have that many jcars ago, when the tree COUPON (treat respect for niomy-.- i they know was a sapling, lumbermen working In 1.7 its vital value in wmr.ng war. Tlie.v tho fields laid the stone there and Draughon's College, Nathvllle.T. pigs;" 1 McCor-mic- k know, too, that tin support the Amer forgot to tuke It away, and the tree six Send me, KltKK, your book on grew around It. Mnrleltu (Pa.) CorHomo Study, and tell mo about 1 ican people given a Government loan respondence, Philadelphia ltecord. 1 sub-soile- r; go'od your new plan of teaching the measures, largely the support tliy 1 plan whereby It is EASY to learn 1 rnmont, the inortl ns ksii'B t'icir (!" Work Savers. BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, Short.'ell as the luWi ' il support tlie i e TJse,plenty of newspapers about tho hand, Penmanship, etc. This '.heir ariniei ii the Held kitchen, spreading them on the floor notice was clipped from The CenA tremendous subscription to the dolSALE-A- 11 when anything Is likely tn spatter. It tral ltecord, Lancaster, Ky, Fourth Liberty Loan will ho us dis- Is easier to gather them up Yours truly, tressing to the Gorman people as a clean up. If there Is a kitchenthan to rungo defeat for them on tin battle field, cot In use In tho summer time It Is 1st, 1919, and it will mean as much. It spells well to burn these papers every few' (Name) their defeat; it breaks their i.iomlo; days to prevent dumpness and rust, it means power to their enem'e. A If the kitchen has but a gus range, waste basket should subscription to the loan is a contri then a good-site(Address) bution, to German defeat and Amer be kept and tho papers disposed of In whatever way Is best Lick, Ky., Route No 3. ican victory, l FOR YOU BEREA OPENS Sept. 11 Sill, College, Normal, Vocatiot.nl Academy, Foundation "Something Good for Ecety Comer" Highest Standards Best EquipmentsLowest Expenses. All students do manual work and earn something. All have Bible lessons Non-sec- tarian Four new buildings. , Berea draws 1800 students from twenty states. You. can share these good things if you will. For full particulars send name and desires to Marshall E. Vaughn, Sec'y. Berea, Kentucky 'The How He Old Mon Who Conquered Failure." It t We know him'; when Ids last shoestring broke he found un old corset string and dipped It In shoe polish, and It worked all rl;lit. Summing Up Life. Think on this doctrine that reasoning beings were created for one another's puke; that to bo patient Is a branch of Justice, nnd that men sin without Intending It. Meditations. Canned Cquatter. In n suburb of Kiitisai City n squatter; has built a homo composed entirely of tin ciin, unoldered and rolled out flat. If be had more Ingenuity he might have constructed an automobile. t. St. Louis POllTPY Ctfit down a chick' ttinuk cure few Or oik in tbc water cure anu prevent cholera, diarrhoea, andothercbickdlteakc. One boc bottle make IS ralfcn of At all druffUta, medicine Sample and tmoklet onUlsw row)' Kent KltKK. A S sites. inking Of B0UBB0N caeof lUswtfy Bf urtMn IIaeUcn C. Uiir?, Ij Ilrothert. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5 1918. Administratrix INCREASE OF MUTTON f CARDS. ''af statttaataBjaasBBasfBBaapatf saPSB'sapsi Vliivf vv Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary SHEEP Ofllce at Kalneya Livery Stable. Kentucky Lancaster. and Dentist. Surgeon Take Lead Held by Fine Wool Animals Ten Yeare Ago Ohio la Now Leading State. (Prepirnl tiy tl of Agrlculture.1 J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Over National Hank. tinlled Elules Depart-me- Sheep raMng primarily for mutton production nnil secondarily fur wool U steadily udviinclng In this country. At the present time 45 per cent of tin sheep belong to thine of the mtltlon blood, 35 M'r cent to those of fine wool, nml 13) per cent to the Ten year ngo the mutton sheep were 33 per cent of nil sheep, line-wosheep '11 per cent, anil crossbreeds 24 ier cent, nml consequently, during thin of the national floe) Iierloil has changed fnmi wool to mutton iv the chief purpose. While mill Ion sheei. have thus Increased their percentile" of ull ttheep by 10 during us iminv sheep have lost ll' yeors, from this percentage nml the cross breeds This revolution of recent years lr Industry, which Is now prethe bht-esumably continuing. Is largely chnruc-terlz- eil In the national aierage liy the Western and Pacific Mie.s. In which OF Kesidenee t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTKIt, KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. a. Stock and Farm Paint Liok, Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call. Antw.r.d Promptly Day or NilM. Phon. 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. IMPLEMENTS As Administratrix of the estate of S.J). Cochran, I Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. will at his farm (Old Stephen Walker y place) near Point Leavell, Ky., on ' John M. McRobertt. . W. A. WHEELER Thursday, Sept. 12th, '18 Sheep Entering Sweating Pent of Bitter Creek Shearing 8hed, Bitter Creek, Mont of the sheep are more than one-hal- f The fine-wofound mostly on ranges. sheep are 45 per cent of all sheep following-- . . hi that group of states, h loss of 7 In Ihe iierceutnge In ten years; the 1 1 1 1 ole cent, a 31 t rossbred sheep are 22 perhave goneloss to of 214: and these losses the mutton sheep, which are 32 per 1 1 1 cent of all sheep, a gain of oeurly ten In the Mime number of years. The greatest advance In this move1 1 4 135 20 ment has been made In the North Atlantic states. In which farmers' markets are near and the people have nn 1 two-hors- e 1 cow, 1 3 cthre taste for mutton and lamb. In these states 02 per cent of the sheep are of the mutton bloods, a gain of 20 1 1 1 1 1 In the percentage In ten years; only sheep, n loss 17 per cent are fine-woof IT; and 21 per cent are crossbreeds, 20 3 a loss of .1. The hint change In percentages has occurred in the South Atlantic states, 5 where the mutton sheep were formerly a high fraction anil are now (IS per rent of all sheep In that region, u gain J-5& r!. v of 2H In ten years; the crossbreeds or tibout the same as re 24 per cent, 8 6 ten years ago, while In all other groups 12 12 f states they have relatively diminsheep are only ished ; and the fine-wo1 1 per cent, a loss of nearly 8 during (he ierlod. present time the South AtlanAt the in 15.00, tic stntes have the lowest fraction of fine-wosheep, 7 per cent, and the North Atlantic states nre next with in IT er cent; the highest fraction, 4C per cent, la In the Western and Pacific group, and next below are the South Central states with SO per cent. Mutton sheep are as high as OS tier rent of the sheep In the South Atlantic tad West North Central states, ami as Joiv as 32 per cent In the Western and Pacific stntes, and 44 per cent In the South Central. Ohio la by fnr the lending t.heep elate outside of thfl Western and Purine group, and hns 3.000,(100 sheep, of which nre now mutabout one-haOld Tin Can. Dally Thought. Optimistic Thought. Sponge Growth In Mediterranean. ton bloods, while ten years ago the Old tin cans, free from rust and Strong reasons muke strong action The best simge come from Ihe LeIt la more laborious to conquer one'a -- Shakespeare. dirt, are worth S12 a ton. There are vant, In the eastern Medllerrhiienn, fraction was nearly un enemy. self than about 8,000 cans In a ton. and are ohtulued by dlWng. The Levantine kHuge divers often cut pieces CURE SCRATCHES IN HORSES What It Your Pleasure! Seratch Obliterated. from large sKngcH, replant the pieces, Wliiiti nminl. - ..... il.i w . thai. ..tana.. ..,.. I'.wi'.l- mn .... i More Worthy of Respect. A match on polished furniture may I .. -. and tie them to stakes to keep tin in m.iiic-(ii,vTrouble la Caused by Mud, Wet or be almost obliterated by rubblnj vigin.' ........II..IKillt .ii.l u riii'ii pleasure! "I's got mo' respeck fob a mnn dat from being swept nwny by Ihe current. '( their ideas of u. Filth Clean Affected Part and goes flshln' on Sunday," wild Untie They soon grow ut an enormous rate. orously with linseed oil. Apply Poultice. "N Kben, "dan I has fob de one il.it hangs nround de bouse wlf a grouch an' ex- -' Cheerful Observer. Prevents Windows Sticking. Scratches In horses are caused by family to wait on hlni. Foresight To make a sliding screen ur u wlu-lo- liccts de whole WIuu the man above endeavors tc mud, wet or filth. Clean the affected An Irusclhlti und not very Judicial sash move easily, rub a pnmtlm part, clip the hair close to the skin discredit you, be of good cheer, for It person had been listening to a lengthy rnendtnlp. and put on a bread and milk poultice U pinbable that you nre getting neul cuiitlle nlong the edge which Is likely Friendship Is the transfiguration of iirgumeul on whether Ireland should or enough to crowd him. Paytou News. In bind, This Is an effective lubricant for 12 hours. A second poultice service; Ihe creation of a new mo-liv- should not huvy home rule. 1'lnully he that I'ista a long tlino and Is easily for another 12 hours will do no redeeming life from Its drudgery, (ould conlulu himself mi longer and Dry eonp may be used replenished. harm. Then wash the skin, wipe It Thrived Without Wheat. of Joy Into burst out; "I with they'd gle Viu and tending the pulse-ben- t In this way. dry and remove all scabs. Paint the American Indians thrived and grew the most trivial task. Donald Sage homo rule ami then give me the mutlou cracks with tincture of Iodine fit tall and muscular without uhent; but picture rights." Outlook, Mackay, . three days, then discontinue and use we can't tell whether that Is what How the Herring Built the Navy. Do not wet the parts made them red. St. Lout the vaseline. We derive the Idea of our defensive Secrets of tht 8almon. If avoidable. Keep the (table clean Ancestral Brains. Ilrltlsh navy from King Alfred, the A tingle smle from a talmon will and dry and apply vaseline to the Home folks live on the glory of their real fouuder of our licet," who believed aul-ma- t acratchra twice a day when the They tell, of the great tell you lit owner's age, and whether In huvlng bigger, faster, better and ancestors. Facta About the Bloodhound. his pickings have been slim or the It worked. Illoodhounds were first knonu as more ships than your eueray, which Is things they did and the greater things When viewed through a micro-acopsleuthhoundt owing: to tbelr ability always a sane policy to follow. Itut they thluk tbey did. Then whtn they Top Prle for Lamba. the acale will reveal tiny lines, to track the deer, wild boar or the Oliver Cromwell really gave ut our get the ear of tome one eieelnlly which have developed rackera will not pay the top price y at the rate of When the wounded game herring navy when lie taw the necee-alt- sympathetic and creduloua, tbere la an 10 a year. for Iambi, no difference bow fat, It wolf. away and waa lost, tbeae good-note- d Lines crowded close prove e eruption of boast of greatness that domiof taking their pounds. The ret broke they welch over 80 dogt were used In trailing the nance from the Dutch, which trade might bare been. These poor creatures that the salmon has beeu living high. aou la became the bett cuts of meal quarry by the blond trail, and hence was mostly concerned with the herring live In the past, It'a no wouder they Lines widely spread Indicate a acant can be obtained from the tmaller car-diet. In the present. do . duullv culled bloodhouudt. fishery. the DENTIST LANCASTEIt, Hours S 12 KENTUCKY, p.m. Olllce over Storm's Drug Store. a.m. 1 I Beginning at Nine A. M., sell the personalty of said deceased, at public auction, said property BOOKKEEPING Batltita.PkeiMraliy TYPEWRITING and consisting of the head of fat cattle, pair of two year mules; mule colt; yearling mule; pair of brood mwn R.SMITH In rri,iiWmNrtMsit "t.l.f I. Ulna WULai'tl - SMiTII. UilaflM, BLr m .- -" TELEGRAPHY B- ihree year old work mules; mare; work horses, pair of six year old mules; pound shoats; pony and cart, aged mule; four year old mare mule; brood sows; harness, eighty pound shoats; seventeen milch sow and seven pigs; wagon, buckboard and rake, corn slightly used; rubber tired buggy, Deering Ideal Binder, Mower, planter, Have Varying Terma. of the state supreme court are chnen for a Dim! term of yean, varying from two In Vermont to 2t In I'ennsylvanla. Klghteen states have a term of six years, seven atates of eight years. Five atatea of 12 year, one of fourteen year 'and one of fifteen. Indiana ha tlx years. In all the spates they are eligible for reelection. Judge Crimean War. The Crimean war occurred In 18S.V between Ituasla nn one aide and tbe allied force of Turkey, France and flreat Itrltaln on the other. It grew out of dominating and aggressive claim by llussla. Tbe war took It name from that It wa mainly waged In a Itutslan peninsula on Ihe border of the Illark sea, a strip of country called Krlm or Crim by tbe Itustlans and Anglicised aa Crimea, pronounced Crlm-e-with the I short aa In criminal and accent on the second syllable. SO, 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 cash tons of baled straw and oats, due Hupmobile, and quite a lot of household and kitchen furniture. All sums of less than TERMS: hand, over that amount, a bankable note three months without interest, It Helps! There can be no doubt as to the merit ol Cardui, the woman's tonic, in the treatment ol many troubles peculiar to women. The thousands ol women w ho have been helped by Cardui In the past 40 )rars, is conclusive prool th.it it is a Rood medicine lor women who sutler. It should help you, too. Dora 2oehran, Admx. Take CARDUI KjTtie Woman's Tonic m Mrs. N. C Varner, ol Itixson, Term., writes: "I was passing through the . . . My back, and sides were terrible, and my suffering indescribable. I can't tell just how and where I hurl, about I all over. I think began Cardui, end icy pains crew lets and less, until I was cured. I am remarkably slronc lor a woman G4 years cl age. I do all rnv housework " Try Cardui, today, E-- ... The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5, 1918. LONE YANKEE Dtwus Fiie Hum In Air Fit.nl. A scries of thilling experience has brought to the fore the nnmc o( iin Amcrlcnn officer, who Is simuln taneously recommended for the Cross nnd the Congressional In n battle with Modal of Honor. twelve Herman planes, Lieut. Chamberlain destroyed five. With n dnm-gc- d motor, he volplaned to the earth, scattering In his descent n detach soMicm, Then, mcnt of (icrninn forced to land, he encountered a pa rol of three Huns, capturing one t.f them, The American trie' to hu h t ie tury of the exploit. On Friday, September 20th I WILL SELL AT Trnylnl. OctoUr LEXINGTON, $5,000 stilir. 3, Th BOYS AND GIRLS PIG SHOW Draws Good Crowd To Town Public Auction OF GARRARD 360 Robert Llllard (iullcy were week-en- d visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sandcra were given a surprize Sunday, it being Mrs. Sanders birthday. Nineteen were present and the day was enjoyed by all present. Mrs, Hiram liny, Mrs. Nora K. Tcater, Misses Kthel Hay and Kallie Lou Tenter, and Mr. Sniilllc Hill i .otorcd to Louisville nnd I.agrange last Friday and were guests until Sunday of Mrs. Alice Raney nnd family Mrs. Florence Ballard an I son, Huh, r. Mr. anil Mm. Noh Mnrsee, Mr nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter b!I cf Hrynntsville. Mr. and Mr. Robert Cart r and daughters, Mr. nnd Mrs. Deurie Price ami son, were guests, Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. .Mai Carter. MAKKSHUKY Mrs. Grimes of Lexington, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. N. (J. (iomcy. Fisher Hughes sold n lot of fat cattle at H nnd 10 cts per pound. Miss Annie Wanks is visiting Mr. Charley Plunks und family in Louis ville. Mr. O. L. Killion who has been very ill is much improved at this time. Mis Annie T. Cecil of Danville, is the guest nf Mrs. Fanny Pollard and family. Mr. Roy fiosncy who has a good position in a munition plant in Detroit Mich., is with his parents. Mr. Hob Huffman and family of Lexington, spent the week end with Mr. Chas. Poindextcr and family. Mr. R. K. Speaks and family attended church Sunday nnd were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Speaks. Mr. and Mrs. John Swope nnd son, H. It., have returned from a several days stay with her sister, Mrs. Hoguc at Junction City. Pastor Mahan will be assisted in a series of meetings by Rev. I). A. Dawes of Hrynntsville. The meeting will begin next Sunday. .Mr. C. K. Poindexter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Rogers motored to Lexington and were recent guests of Mr. W. I, Mnrksbury. V Tea College Is one of the few iliuu.s that has actually increased in numbers since the War. The fact Is, (ho school with its Ave departments has not been able to receive all "who applied, hut three new buildings were opened the first year of the War. Saturday. Those who faded to ice the buys nd girls pig fhow la,t Saturday miss, A Rood cd the treat of the season rowd whs on hand however ami the to nwunllng of the priics seemed have met the approval of the public, although some of the classes were so iloe that for n time It seemed hard to pick the winner. Only two girl' participated in the ,how ami they came out with many Hues to their credit. These little "farmerettes" Minnie and Hurdetta, ore daughters of Mr. and Mrs llur- Irtte Itamsey of Taint Lick and the splendid show that they made with heir pigs brought much favorable comment from the crowd. They are tged 12 and 14 years and put on heir pig in pounds, in 102 days, LOCATION: On the Dietrich pike, one half-mil- e front Lancaster1, Nicholasville and Lexington pike. 10 miles from ohout 210 on each pig at a colt of J miles from consolidated graded school, 2 -2 miles from ..liout eight cenU a pound. The Lancn.ster. 8 miles from Biunin, 10 miles from Nicholasville, BRYANTSVILLK in the FAMOUS CAMP DICK ROBINsweepstake prile, which was a free hemp, grain and stock market, 2 -2 miles from thriving village trip to the Slate Fair for the entire SON section nf Garrard County. ucek, with her pig. was won by Miss LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN at the mouth of Dietrich pike. llurdettn Itamsey. This prue is do- The show was by the county. ateil IMPROVEMENTS: On the DKITRICH Kami there is located on different tracts a 5 room dwelling, hall and 2 t charge of Mr ..Mack Morgan and porches, another 5 room dwelling, a four room house, '. stock barns, two re tobacco barns, and an 18 ACRE Tobacco compliments have been pawed mny House and other buildings. work which ho did so thor- - barn, Dairy .pon the ugldy and well. Mr Morgan was On the SLOAN Farm n 2 story, '.) room dwelling, 2 halls, 3 porches, basement, large stock barn, 10 acre tobacco barn, employed by the county, in lieu of 2 tenant houses, room in yard, cribs, sheds all 921 - Acres - 921 140 ACRES FOR HENRY MOORE. COUNTY LAND, PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK THREE ADJOINING FARMS 221 ACRES FOR A. P. SLOAN. ACRES FOR CHAS DIETRICH. and On the MOORE Farm, a modern 9 room metal roof Bungalow, halls, porches and basement, new stock barn, 8 acre go. tobacco barn, tenant house. AN ORCHARD OF 800 FRUIT TREES. This pig show was the result of The land is in cultivation as follows; On the Dietrich farm, 75 acres in corn, 25 acres tobacco, 50 acres plowed and 90 tie work of Mr. Itogers and proves Balance in grass. Icarly the splendid interest that has acres to beplowed for wheat. 'ceil taken throughout the county f)n the SLOAN Farm 50 acres corn, 12 acres tobacco, 70 acres stubble. Balance in grass. nd the one next year should eclipse i. II previous ones. On the MOOUK Farm, 75 ncres corn, 8 acres tobacco, balance in oat stubble and grass. This farm has level front The pigs shown by these two young yard right on the pike. adies were Just six months old and res- weighed 2K5 and 271 pounds The Dietrich farm will be divided antl sold in 7 separate tracts, some with and some without improvements. 130 acres, ectively. 1 10 acres, 185 acres, 10 acres, 30 acres, 20 acres and 15 acres. The boys deserve much credit for The SLOAN farm into I tracts 100 acres, 00 acres, 10 acres and 20 acres. their work and make splendid gains .nd very ecomonlcal costs. The MOOKK farm 110 acres will be sold as a whole. lie regular county agent, Mr. V. II. "crvants itegers having resigned several weeks ABOUT WHEAT SOWING. We give below the classes shown .i id the premiums awarded anil to t.om. It F.I) IIKKKSIIIRE CLASS. This show wo based on "Greatest k" ins at least cost", it prue of $20. wun by Jas. Mason, won by Rodney I'.alston. rd, prile of J8.00 won by Karl ANY TWO OR MORE TRACTS MAY BE COMBINED TO SUIT THE BIDDERS. LISTEN-THI- S LAND IS ALL FERTILE, HEAVY PRODUCING LIMESTONE SOIL, WILL GROW HEMP, CORN, TOBACCO AND WHEAT. Everlasting water on all the farms. I know land values, and have sold LESS PRODUCTIVE land a little nearer town I will sell these farms. WHY A "SQUARE" DEAL" no I have sold every farm I have ottered at Public Auction the purchaser get value for his money nnd I know the kind of lands to offer. These farms will be up to the "HIGH DOLLAR". DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. TWO CROPS on any tract will pay the PURCHASE PRICE. You men who are getting (i per cent, invest in this land antl make 25 per cent, to 50 per cent. EASY The owners at the farms or the undersigned will show them to you. Look before day of sale FREE DINNER. For Further Particulars see us. Don't forget the date SEPTEMBER 20th. . i. prixe of $12.50 at DOUBLE the PRICE 4th prize of $4.50 won by Cordon Mason. SPECIAL PRIZES. 2.50 won by llest brood sow, James Mason, .' Hog making most guin $2.50 won by Karl McWhorter. i Hog making Highest net gain $2.- 50 won by James Mason. book, 4 llest nnd neatest record $1.00 won by James Mason. OUROC JERSEY CLASS. gain and llest hog. ecomonlcal w eight for age considered. !it, prue of $20. won by Miss Minnie. Itamsey, .'ml, prlio of $5.00 won by Miss Hurdetta Hamsey, rd, llest brood sow, $9.00 won by Mis. Hurdetta Itamsey. POLAND CHINA CLASS. gain nnd llest hog. economical weight for nge considered; l.'t prise of $9.00 won by Henry Moore, 2nd, priie of $5.00 won by Delbert McMurtry. "rd, priie of $3.00 won by Henry Moore, 4lh, priie of $2.00 won by Orin McMurtry. Best brood now or mnle $9.00, won by Delbert McMurtry. MARKET CLASS llest butcher hog butcher type, economical gain nnd weight for age considered. lit prizo o( $9.00 won by Miss Miti nlo Ramsey. 2nd, prize of $5.00 won by Miss Bur- detta Humsey. 3rd, priie of $3.00 won by James Mason, 4th. prize of $2.00 won by Earl W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER HAS THANKSGIVING KENTUCKY. THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, BOLIVER Auctioneer. BOND, NAN EVERY SWINE BROAD, DAY.. " suffering 1 "Two year ago, many yearn with stomach trouble, to.,k a course of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy nnd haven't been nick n day 1 want ince. I ran eat nnything docami have no pain at all. Three tors hiul advised operation, hut your remedy li" e""''1 n,e' r'vcr' ,lay It is a sim-pi- e, Is thanksgiving forme." harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract anil allays the which causes practically all- all stomach, liver anil intestinal One ntinnnillritls. . .. mcms, iiinu.iwih "ii dose will convince or money refund ed. R. E. MeKUUfclwa, Navy, who has been home on a furDon Askins nnd Paul Wilson, have lough, visiting his father, Mr. C. F. heen in Cincinnati, for several days. Ison, left Thursday to report nt New York for duty. lie has made his .Miss eighth .Mrs. Florence Italian! and trip overseas, also his brother Lucy Jennings, were in Lexington, Philip, is enjoying n furlough home, Monday. he is now stationed at Hoboken, Murk Jennings. Frank Sparks, nnd I'enn. Camp Taylor James Sparks left for Monday. Mrs. Kohert Wilder of Ilurgln, was the guest of Mrs. Nannie Jennings, last week, after a visit to friends in Itichmond. BUCKEYE Mr. Tnulbert Jenkins was in Louisville, last week on business. Mr. R. W. Sanders bought from Barney East six hogs price $75.00. Mr. Hiram Ray sold to V. A. Lear n bunch of shoats nt 4 ic per pound. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Lewis Noel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Davis. Miss Dorothy Whittaker of Kirk. guest of Miss vllle, was the week-en- d Barbara (Iullcy. Mrs. K. U. Ray and mother, Mrs. lliblurd, were visitors In Jessamine County last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daughters visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nath llogie, last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jasper Noel were week-envisitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schooler. Mr. Frank Fierce and sister, Mrs. Edward Stewart are visiting their sister, Mrs. Oscar Ray, Mrs. L. F. Brown was in Richmond last week to see her daughter, Mrs. Robert Layton, who is ill there. Miss Fannie Mae Miles and Master uih" BUKNA VISTA n few Miss Ituth Lane Is home for days. SWEEPSTAKE PRIZES. rcla-live- s lleit brood ow or malea $5.00 Miss Nettle Ison Is visiting pair of shoes, won by Miss llur In Wilmore. delta Ramsey, Mt. Iludirlns of Owingsvillc, was 2 A free trip to Ky, State fair for guest of Mrs. Sam Wilson. a week-entha week for winner und winners Miss Lorine Lane has returned pig, won by Miss Burdctta Ramsey, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Hamilton in Lancaster, family were visitors this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Ruble are receiving- - congratulations upon the arrival of a fine baby boy. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Christopher r.,lva,l n totter from their son. Webb Christopher, stating his safe arrival over seas and was well and enjoying life. The people of this place were addressed last Monday night by Sergeant Iludgins, a wounded soldier from the front. He told many interesting things and was very much enjoyed by all who heard him. Fletcher Ison of the United States Dr. What you want la quick relief. I Tcrc's a fifty year old remedy that has prorn eficlal for millions. Try it yourself. (Sold by all druggists. 9yf for Coughs s Colds Dixit? Bilious? Constipated? Dr.KIng sN'ewLife Pillscausea healthy flow ol Bile and rid your Stomach and Dowels of waste and fermenting Tonic to body poison. They are your Stomach aad Liver and tone the general system. First dose relieves. all druUts. Get a bottle today. Wheat grows best in a firm seed bed. Under no circumstances should the land be plowed when wheat follows corn, tobacco, cow peas, soy beans or any cultivated crop. The best preparation is a light disking to cover trash and loosen up enough soil to cover the seed. After disking, a plank drag should be used to level the land. If it is necessary to disk deeply to cover trash, as is sometimes true of corn land, u roller should be used to compact the seed bed. When land is plowed the plowing should be dene as early as the removal of the preceding crop permits, in order that the seed bed may be gotten firm. The later the plowing is done, the greater the necessity for thorough working, especially rolling. Without any exception it pays to prepare a seed bed some time before sowing the seed if it can possibly be done. ExperiTIME OF PLANTING! ments have shown that October 1 to 10 Is the safest time to plant wheat in Kentucky, everything considered. In southern parts of the State it is safer to wait until October 10 to 20, when there seems much danger of Hessian fly attacks. Late seeding is the only possible way of controlling this pest. SEEDING WHEAT i It pays to sow five to six pecks of seed per acre in Kentucky. The Station has proved 'this by repeated experiments. Except under the most favorable conditions, as when wheat is sown rather early on rich tobacco land, or on fallow land, six pecks per acre pays better than five. Beware of seedmen who advertise varieties of wheat which require a seeding of only a peck or two per ucre. There is absolutely no variety of wheat that gives as profitable yields ns this rate as at C to C pecks per acre, I'robably the most satisfactory drill is the single disk type that puts the drill rows 7 or 8 Inches apart. Experiments havo shown no advantage in having the rows closer than this. The much advertised I inch drills give no better yields than the ordinary type, If Indeed as good. Wheat should never bo sown deeper than necessary to get the seed in moist Many soil and perffectly covered. poor stands of wheat are due to covering unnecessarily deep. Wheut should be drilled carefully so that there will be no skips and wide spaces between the drill rounds. I'oor drilling frequently attributes considerably to low yield. 4 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 5 9 18. I OOtMIMHHtl I i SEED WHEAT For SALE Call and Examine our Hecleaned, 3 and we are showing High-Grade ! ' SEED WHEAT. Test is 60 Pounds RSMAU INNMHHMMMNNUHHHIMMMtMC TOWN PRORKRTY FOR SALE. s "HARVEST KING," "MARVELOUS" the Three Peck to the Acre Wheat, "JERSEY FULTZ," "YELLOW FULTZ" These varieties have been proven to be the best for Garrard and surrounding counties. & 8 bis PS OKU COMMISSIONERS f i r- - ll jone Creek, corner to same; thence n said creek along east bank N J K 9.90 chains N 5 W COO chains to The resilience of the late S. I). u sycamores on mid creek near the Cochran on Danville street now ocof O'ilrien Branch: thence up OF HI brunch . liN r, -'; chains cupied by the deceased's family, is for a point in the branch 23 feet west sale at n reasonable price. of n sycamore pointer, n new coiner; This property is new, consisting of (iAKRAItn CIRCUIT COLKT K 3I.BU thence new line s fi3 the duelling, stable, enrage and all Nora Prewltt. ns Guardian of John chains to a point in Cornelius Branch, down said a new corner; thence nccessarry amf nn extra K. Prcwltt. Plaintiff. W branch, new line S 5i! 3-4.82 Next Saturday, any child visiting this lot goes with the place making about VS. chains S Til! 1 '2 W passing nn eltnjit an acre of land. John K. Prewitt, Defendant S3 links, in all Clio chains S 47 i!) For particulars jec Mrs. Dora store with its parents, who make a purchase Pursuant to a judgment tendered V 2.2 chain to the beginning, con-Cochran or II. Clay KauiTinnn. at the August Term, 1918, the under- taining 13.25 acres Being the same ill 'will receive a handsome Calumet Tablet Free signed Commissioner u 111 sell at pub land conveyed to John Deniley by lic auction to the highest ami best Thomas I. Herring by deed dated 1 .VOLUNTEER CALL FOR SPEC- - bidder before the Court House Door September 13, lh'J5, recorded in Gur-i- n Ijincaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock rard County Clerk's Office in Deed 'Book No. 14. page 401 A. M.. or thereabouts, on hen The purpose of said sale is to pay Mlivnw the mortgage debt of Mrs. I.ula C. u,t Mn thu flnt Johnson, ami co,t of this action, TAKF MFfHflN Al TRAIN Mr1' ( i(nimy v. oiiix icnii me real esiaie srcond to pay Miram Itenzlee her WE SELL FOR LESS. j Special call to entrain for Lexing' mentioned in the pleadings and dos onv third of the residue of fl Si the proceeds, and third that the re- ton, Ky., September 19th, for in- cribed as follows: sf.; a irnci oi lann in warrant mainer of the proceeds be distribut-Ky- ., struction as Blacksmiths, Carpenters, on the waters of Back Creek, t.j among the Joint owners thereof, Chauffers, Electricians and operators. near Nina, and bounded as follows :'as their interest may appear. .. Only white men physically qualified Beginning at a fence post ut the Thli.ilh: edge of a for generall military service can be north East; thence pond and corner to with said East S The sale will be made on u credit Dan inducted under this call. Men se- 81 E 1.C0 chains to a fence post; of six and twelve months and the lected will receive a course of train- 8 71 E 21.70 chains to a point purchaser will be required to execute Voing at Government expense. on the side of n steep hill 15 links S bond with approved jeeunty for the lunteers will be accepted until Sept. 40 V from a smalKieech tree; thence purchase price, due in six and twelve S 2 V 5.43 chains to a stake in n months, respectively, bearing inter-botto10th. Men in 1918 class qualified, about live feet east of a stone ent at six per cent per annum from can volunteer for this service. fence, corner to T. Sebastian; thence date until paid, having the force and LOCAL BOARD Garrard County. with his line S 75 4 W 1.79 chains effect of a Judgment for which ex-t- o j u stone anil fence post on u hill ecution may Issue, payable to V II. I side, said pott is 12 links from n I Brown, Muster Commissioner of the MEMORIAL SERVICES. marked elm; still with Sebastian and I Garrard Circuit Court and a lien along hillside h 25 U 5.06 chH..ls h will tie reserved upon the property At the Christian church next Sun- 11! 3.4 V 3.00 chains S 23 Residence Phone 33. Office Phone 18. W 2 15sold until all the purchase money is day morning there will be held a chains S 50 W 5 chains to a point in nald s or County Koad ami corner special service in honor of the boys middle W. H. BROWN, M. C. (!. C C - to same; with middle of cild ro.nl of this denomination who have enu ii i i t J. E Robinson, Att'y for Plaintiffs, .i ..:u ...i.i. c.i..t:-- K listed in the service for the fight for, ,., cml,n, tl) point 10 ,inkll I democrncy. W from a young black walnut N 78 V 1.73 chains V G2 N At this service a roll call will be chains I'"'"1 ne f""' chLa'n ,0 LEXINGTON, Oct. I Th Kcn- - Lad of all the boys in the service and I (oot.5!f r uKf chujni h ,.m. .m mn,.iy.on'' t .1,. tucky Futurity, $14,000. w 7H ,N B5 Ui N. Classified Column ber of the family or friend of the 28 W 4.50 chains N 39 V 0.25' FOR SALE: A pair of good work hero will give the uudience the latest ' chains N 50 4 V 3.97 chains to n horses; a heavy draft horse suitable news from this young patriot now in Point in middle of road, corner to Dan ' (3 Last, thence leaving road and with RATES i for family use and a four year old thr. service. East N 23 1.4 E 11.50 chains to the GARRARD CIUCL'IT COURT mare, by Illeucher. The meeting promises to be un - beginning, containing 45 .90 acres. j Single insertions lc a word -- 2t. II. II. Northcott. usually interesting and n good audi- Being the same land inherited by 1 W. Dailey's Ailmr and I Irs, Pltfs, g. No nil taken for less than 20c : VS. ...a .h.... lVi.t lie fiiisiui, II.... ivr, 'Inhn k'- Pr..vifl frtn him ffitliur wui... T. W. Dailey's To our place about cult.' is irA'i:t. lcii. STRAYED: j rrewitt, in this column. No nds in this llrsind Creditors, J. R. Moorman, has prepared a sub H. The purpose of this sale August 15th, blacl: sow weight abor.t re-- , Defendants. Jj column charged. ject fitting the ticcnsion, which will invest the proceeds thereof is to in other 175 pounds. Owner can have unit a Judgment rendered be: "Till the boys come home". prop-rt- y j under orders of the Court. t .uriiUunt to Seven Insertions for the un. by proving rnd paying keep an' for lc An invitation is extended to all to TERMS: dersigned Commissioner will sell at Ej price cf five. this notice. attend this delightful service, The sale will be made on n credit public auction to the highest and best Geo. Hrcnddus. an I Son. (J Phone orders must be paid of six months and the purchaser will bidder before the Court House door be required to execute bond with ap - in Lancaster. Ky.. ut 11 'oclock A. J promptly. PAINT LICK PIG CLUB FOR SALE: I have in stock one proved security for the purchase M.. or thereabouts, on '"n w tfa k itn k n fc uh nit uj( X ic i Clear Oregon Fir, one Silo 12x30, ImoVDAY. SKI'TEMHEIt 23. 1018. The Boys Pig Show which piece stuves, capacity 80 torn,, which of ,hp hclil in Paint Lick August 30, drew frym jate until paid, having the force " ,,el"B ,hl' lin,t Mirror, 3 ft by 4 I will sell at a great bargain. Drop FOU SALE quite a crowd. There were 8 entries ami effect of a Judgment for which L'ounty Court Term, a sufficient I 2 ft. Call 209 or this office for n.o u card or call phone 199, Stan l W' and each deserve, special mention. ford, Ky., at my expense, particulars. ' "' , 7..M and the young farmers are to be con-- , " debt of defendant. Kentucky Rural WJ Kincaid. gratulated for their persevefence wii! be reserved vu 1 rr'"1 iiniouimiig Furnished FOR rooii. cost of '"' ' and industry irt bringing the swine snid until all the purchase n oTVs i Gentlemen prefered. FOR SALE: 307 acres of Ulue amounting to. $100.00, paid. "( Mrs. Ma TinsI n Grcus land in Mercer county on the to such a high standard of perfection. snid real estate described as follows; W. II. BROWN, M. C. ( C, C. JariiesTund Gordon Mason, sons of In Garrard County. Kentucky, und pike, between liucirn Vista and Bur-giL. L. Walker. Att'y for Plifs. Mr:. Gilbert Mason, led the boys by Furm of 130 acres, FOU RUNT: bounded und described us follows: This farm is the lest bargain taking three blues and a yellow with , Tract No, I : llrginning nt u fence for year 1919. See or write in Mercer or Garrard county, at the post line down with same N 19 W Mrs. Grace Sutton. their pair of Red Berkshires. The. price asked. For particulars, call on qigs were 9.74 chains corner to same; thence Stanford, Ky. Route 4. J or write, Just past live months old, I tf N 39 W Hi. 12 chains corner to T. W. i. U. Aimer, Iluena Vista, and one weighed 190 pounds and the ' Dailey. with same S 41 W 22.40 Ky. FOU SALE: About 5,000 tobacco chnifii to it Uiciist free, comer to other 1G2 pounds. The total cost of John Laud, with same S 50 1.4 E sticks. Grant, Lancaster See Walter FOR SALE OR TRADE: About feed for the pigs since they begun 10.50 chains to an angle of stone J. F. Robl.isoii, 500 acres of Knox County coal and feeding them wiis $14.05, which in- Route 2." fence S 55 W 3 chains to n stone; t. I'd. thence u new line running with timber land; right on L. & N. Rail- I dudes kitchen slops at 5 cents per large onk tree as side line S 31 .1-- 4 E road and State road. Has four hous- gallon. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. 1 FOR SALE: 60 bushels of Sweet ii chulns to n stone; thenco'S 22 The premiums awarded were us John Beazley's Adm'r. et ill., Pllfs, K H.07 chains to n point on stone es and ran be divided to suit purchasSeo Glover" Seed, $0.50 per bushel. er. For further particulars apply to ' foil ovvs: 4 VS. W 8.28 I fence with same N 19 mil Court day. Ky Red Berkshire Premium for .Arthur Beazley, Guardian, et al, chains to the beginning, containing Stephen L. Sutton, j Mrs. J, A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., most gain at leust cost, 1st. $20. ! Defendants. 2il acres, being same property conNo. 1. Phone 337-1Route I Dailey by William ' JumW and Gordon Mason. ((l-12t-pPursuant to a luik'nieht rendered veyed to T. W. Deed Book 30, page FOR RENT: Our farm on U-y--! Burton's heirs. j Rodney Ralston, 2nd $12.50 at the August Term, 1918, tho Will Ington pike, near Fork church. Commissioner will sell at 022, Garrurd County Clerk's office. Earl McWhorter, 3rd 8.00 Tract No 2: Located In Garrard highest and best! rent for coming year. Also two to FARM LOANS. Puint James and Gordon Mason, 4th, 4.00 public auction the the Lick County, Kentucky, I Simpson Sisters. bidder before Court House door, Creek and beginning on point in Pnlnt mures for sale. at Begin now to arrange for January Treadway and Logsdon, premium for In Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock.'A. M. Lick Creek corner to J. W. Davis lot; It. pd. $2.50 on loans. Ask about our new plans. No best brood tow W thence his line to same S 30 James and Gordon Muson, 23, 1918, 30 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER poles to u bar post, at the end FOR SALE: 12 yearling cattle, loan fee charged, I R. II. Ledford, premium for highest it being the first day of the Gurrurd of u stone fence, corner to same und good grade I). A. Thomas, Realty Agency. 8 (teen, 3 heifers and one net gain, $2.60 County Court Term the real estate to W. II. Merimnn land, heirs: thence J. G. Doty, Hereford Bull. mentioned In the pleadings and des- with line of W. II. Merjman S 25 James and Gordon Mason. phone Marksbury Ky, Uryantsville Three Cows for Every Australian. poles to u locust' tree corner Hervcy and Woods, premium for tho cribed as follows: It Is estimated that Australia has 7J, In Garrard County, Kentucky, on to same; thence S 19 E 20 poles to a best record book, $2.50 Boone Creek and bounded us follows: stone corner to same and Lot No 10, cows enough to giro each man, woman Beginning at u atone In Cornelius P. M. Davis; thence with same Davis James and Gordan Mason. FOR SALE: A handsome set of and child In the Island continent three urre N 42 4 E 35.G poles to a stake corJames and Gordon Muson took Brunch, u corner to the-2furniture, some antique furn- each, while Argentina eau do even bet"walnut - N. hold to Elishu Dunn;, thence ner to same and Lot No. 8, iture, and a hand vacum cleaner. All ter. There are tiro cattle to each In- their ptgs to Lancaster, und showed tract leaving the branch und with said Davis heirs; thence with No. 8 N Inquire at this habitant In the big South American against pigs of other breeds and got Dunn N 84 W 21.50 chains to u 45 in good condition. E 4 poles to'u point in Paint republic. the blues for bet Butcher Sow. double walnut on the .cuvt, bank of Lick Creek, corner to sume down office. $ Free Next Saturday I 0 SALE LAND.1 I I I !l I Sander's ' Variety Store, i i ially qualified to f .imuiiuv.i.i.uvuu nut. h,T'MU;,'ii; p", ,uor W. 0. MGNEY. Oirectbr and Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, W flu 2 poles said Creek N 5ti to tin- - beginning, containing 19 acres and being the same property convey ed to T W. Dailey by Squire Moberly and wife. Deed Hook 12, page 99, Garrard County Clerk's Office. Tract No. 3: Beginning at a bar nt the end of stone fence, corner to W. R, Davis lot; thence with said W (12 poles to a Davis lot 40 stake in said line corner to Lot No. 12 (Eli.a Easley); thence with said No. 12 S 52 E 27 Doles to a stako in said line, corner to No. 10, Minerval Lane Heirs; thence with said No.' 10 N 77 poles to a stone, corner to same and Satlee's lot; thence with Sallce's lot N. 19 W 20,l'J poles to the beginning, containing 13 3- -t acres ami being the same proerty conveyed to T. W Dailey bv Siiulre Moberly and others. Deed Book 12, page vv, t.nrrard County Clerks OHice Tract No. 4. Beginning at n point near a gate post thence N 31 E 12.1 poles to it stone on bank of creek, llown sunie with meanders N 55 W 7 poles to n large sycamore stump; thence N 5u V 10 pole to a st .ne on old line with same S 78 W 2. l!0 poles to n smull elm bush, thence S 6 E 10 poles to a stake near rock fence; thence S 49 3 4 K 8.1. poles to the beginning, containing 1 acres, and being the same proiier ty conveyed to T V, Dailey by W. T Davis ami others, Deed Book 19, page 70, Garrard County Clerk's Office. The purpose of this sale Is to sell sufficient of raid real estate to satisfy the lien debt of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association amounting to (3,027.75 and the estimated cost herein, amounting to flbO.00. TfcltMS: ,,7 .n .............. '' '": COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months respectively, bearing interest at six rer rent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which ex. eoution may issue, payable to W II Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garranl Circuit Court, and a hen will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is uid. W. II. BROWN. M. C 0, C C. J. E. Robinson. Att'y for PlfTs. Time for Kindness. There Is no day n short nor so full It duei not give a clmnqn to do a kindness. Ausl that - .Jjgt, 1l'l f,S?. t '"' t'"ed Why the "Von." "Von" before u luitne In German denotes n privilege title, either Inherited or hetoed by a monarch Uni hi subject for meritorious services. While formally IhN prefix wns found In military or feudal fairlllea only, inniir commoners, captain of Industry, scientists, financiers and artists were so honored by their monarch. The title is either heredllury or censes with thu death of the distinguished iersou. Motto for Dead Authors. We are told that once, when Patience Worth was spelling out the endless puKes of I he "Sorry Tale," Mio came to u sudden stop, thru wrote, "This bo nulT." mid knocked off for the nUlit. A blessed phrase, and, of n certainty, her finest Inspiration. Would that i)U dead authors would adopt It as their moltn; and with oiilja boards, und table legs, und uutomutle pencils, write us their furevvell ineosage to tho world those three short, comely words, 'This be nufT." Agnes lteppller, lu Atlnntle. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. ..... See' or Phone '.. P. 5. Williams Uefore having your ........ Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Painting and Guttering done. Phone No. 350. MY PRICES ARE RIGHT s- -. a.