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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 12, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918091201_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 12, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 12. 1918. STORE CLOSED EAGER FOR COAL. The Joseph Mercantile Co., will be Notwithstanding the fact that closed next Monday Sept. Ifith, that local coal dealers have used every dale being the Jewish Day of Atone effort to supply every demand for ment. coal during the heated season, It appears that many haw not as yet laid HEN" MUST REGISTER in their winter supply of fuel, and there is yet a spirited fcnwn" for You muit register todny. All men fuel. Especially is this the case In between the ages of IK nnd 45, who the country, and when a car makes have not previously registered mutt its appearance tiding 'do 50 today. If ou fall your punWi-me- there is usually on a railroad wagons a string of U one year imprisonment. anticipating its arrival and it is unloaded in record time. impro'vTng. NUMBER 24. -- in. s iv tt sjnv nnr flea Itself, ie tbla cffcalatlftt warm air, paaalnr thrw beat of from threw hundred to ttaht hundred decreet. In which no rerm can lire, la kept pura anti baalthfuL f Tha CALORIC Ii rnaraatoed If the. otdett and largest manufacturers of warm air beating lyitetna In tht United States, Yc tat a no ehaccta f vbea 70a Ivy a CALORIC. 1 1 1 J I II - Ik. v V r nWWgfc-wegtWd- gl Cr .. f ! .1 r I 1 I I . rmlft. In t,rWt sick The CALORIC Ii not a pipe far nace with the plpee lft oft. Neither U It an experiment, haitily put together to meet a demand. It la specially dcaigned to heat hornet, torea, fatloriea, halle, triurrhw, tl nvtrfl anlformlr, etonoraleaJlr and aatlsfactorllr than they ba? rar tee a bUd br other iff Urns. y l I CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT certain kind of farming Implements are very hard to get. If you arc interested and need anything In this Hue, give us your order now. ConYi DC Kf.GISTER TO DAY. Brothers. ( LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. IE S in this coun- money. In order tn meet the needs of their Wc have upon our Public Square n I rnpiilly growing business, the Citizens tall, splendid Hag statr, but this staff National Hank has just about doub-- , is unadorned by a flag. led tin' capacity of their already caSurely our patriotism is not upon pacious vault. The work is nearing the wane? completion and will when finished, Then wh the discontinuance of render this one of the most commo-'dio- the noonday ringing of the church banking estali- -' bells, and why does not a good size nnd lishmcnU In the country. edition of the stars and stripes adorn the Hag pole? "GOING TO CIIARITY.S" The locnl nimrods who are wont to spend it week on the Rockcastle and Cumberland rivers every autumn, are beginning to prepare for their annunl pilgrimage to "Charitv V. and it is expected that two par.ies will leave hire, one about the J.!rd of this month, and the other about October 1st. j For a while the local church bcllJ the present rate of Improve- were sounded at noon each day, callment, their entire and rapid recovery ing for a word or a period of silent ' is expected and hoped for by their prayer for the success of the allied armies. This was n beautiful pracmany friends. tice, and one that called for the expenditure of very little time or VAULT ENLARGED. Miss Alliert typhoid nnd at Klizahcth Johnson and Mr, Ware, both of whom have fever, are getting lm nicely WHY? II CALORIC warVa Tha thru Katara't own lawa of clrtulatlon air current. Warm air rlaei. Cold air falla. Warm air and rold air rannot occupy lh aam avaca at the) aamt time. . 1 ir BCRE'H TUB SECRET In tha aama roluma that tha warm air Ii pumped up Into tha house, an aqual amount of cold air la drawn Into tha furnaea, where It la heated, moistened by tha vapor from the two gaUon water pan, and then recirculated through tha mt aa long a tho liter. ThU cvntln lira bam a. Tbua there la a constant circula tlon of properly moistened warm air, Juat aa running water Purl r A I I ' Ii Whether roof houaa la old of naw, tho Calorta la eaalTy (netalUd In ona day without Interruption of your preaent beating arrangament. Ho bolea knocked In your walla, no pipe, cellar full of Tha Calorie require but ana rag later and occuplea I It tie apace. II burnt any fuel, and naeda hardly mum UlkM tummiwfc stf.fll lvn easier, aa thera k no tnuaa from carrying In coal and carrying out aahea no a mob a, gaa or toot, Elimlnatea fire danger and Ificreajea the valua of jour property. Visit us and wa will gladly tun-p- ly full Information without la t&e least obligating rev to bur ' M . HASSLOEN BROTHERS MlMTK! H0IT0 STOVE 1 lAXGt CO , CfecteMd, OtU CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS A Patriotic Service is asked of men and women of Garrard County by the War Department to nssist registered men in properly making out their Questionnaire;. The Legal Advisory Hoard asks those who will be wiling to do this work to send their names to Joe K. Robinson, Chairman, at once. They will bo made associate members of this Hoard and given instruction in the work. This is the most important patriotic work now before us and all persons who will n.sist should immediately give notice. This service is absolutely free to the Registrant, the Government will not permit n charge to be made for this work. Some Fourteen hundred men will be within this this work will require a great number of both men and women to assist these registrants. The recent rains hae fall grass. is Friday Watch your step. high prices of both labor ami material, there is considerable good building in progres in and about nsured I.tir.cn.tir the 13th. Attractive wages are making se. ere drains upon the already sadly depleted labor supply Dove are said to be more plentiful than in years. COME in and let us show you! KINNAIRD BROS GARAGE SOLD. The Rex Garage, the property of Jthe Kinnaird Urns, which was sold at ' auction on Lift Saturday, was purchased by Messrs Hoy Schooler and S. T. Sanders, the price paid beinir '$1,15 on the invoice price. This is one of the most commodious and best equipped enrages in Central Kentucky and we predict a splendid business for the two clever gentlemen who purchased it. 4 The exceeding scarcity of fruits and vegetables is somewhat softened Uinraster housekeeper seem to by the knowledge that the rumpkin Karly risers claim to have found hae conformed cheerfully to the crop Is nn unusually good one this nlopg ruling for the conservation of labor frpst In the lowlands nnd car, and this coupled with the fact creeks Sunday morning. which took olf the grocery delivery I that the rabbit crop is the best in wagons, and nrc toting their own years gives promise of a square meal Tlie sight of many good siieil groceries without complaint. 'occasionally, even tho it be an hum- sorghum in the county "patches" of "long swectenin" you are interested In hov; rrit-ng- , ble one. brings the hope that If you should read a good Journal, ! at least will be plentiful during the AS TO SEED CORN. published exclusively for such. In autumn this issue you will find nn ad of the Last spring seed corn not onj I The Kaiser's hordes seem to luve Poland China Journal, which is pubstep" and lished for ll.QO per year, a sample commanded a fabulous price, but x"s abandoned the "goose adopted the "fox trot" in their oaner-net- s of which can be seen at this olfice. well nigh unobtainable. Now Car to evade the eager khaki cl.nl The boys and Girls Pig Club should rard county can raise as good seed corn as is obtainable any where in Americans. especially take notice. the world, under favorable circumIf ou think Lancaster people are stances. Garrard county farmers not patriotic and anxious for the war FALL TAILORING OPENING know just as much about selecting news, just visit the depot and sec the seed corn. It is reasonable to tup-pos- e Special cutter representing The throng that is there every night, that a goodly quantity of de Storrs-SchaefOhio, sirable seeil corn may be obtained Co, Cincinnati. eager for the evening papers. Sept. 12, will be with us this week. from the present crop, and as now is 14, 1918. Let us have your the time to select and preserve it, wc Registration booths will -- emain open until a o'clock tonight: if you measure for suit or overcoat. respectfully suggest that farmers atJas. V. Smith. are 18 years old and have not readitend to this very important .natter r. ed your 48th birthday you must res-Ittcnow, and avoid the dilficulties which Patriots will and others must FITTED. SCIENTIFICALLY faced them at the last scedng time. fool nluhts bring visions of and sweet taters. 'pos-su- ty, as many of our people are at work in the various nitrate plants throughout the country. SOME CONSOLATION. MARRIAGE VOWS GROWS BURDENSOME. If there was very little other business in the recent circuit court, the record was broken for divorces. Eight couples to whom the matrimonial yoke had become galling, were granted legal separation. For a community of this size it dees appear that this is an abnormal number of separations to be sought and grant-- j ed, and we are told that there are several more pending. SMALL IMPROVED RAINS WERE CHEERING. Ten days ago the outlook for the farmer was most gloomy; stock vwtor was exceedingly scarce, the com and HENS LACKING !3, register. In this issue of the RKCORD the l'ublic Rental of a fine "35 Head acre farm In Madison County. the adv, for particulars or phone or write Z. T. Itice, Richmond, Ky, acting for Mrs. Zelia Donalsor.. ! glasses, fitted Our scientifically made to individual requirements, will SERIOUS ACCIDENT. give you the clearest vision that' While returning from a professionscience can produce, J. J, BYRNE, exclusive optometrist. At the Ken-garl- al call on the Uuckeye pike about 0 Sept. 10 to o'clock last Saturday night, Dr. J. A. Hotel, Amon colllided with a runaway horse 'J 1st. on the steep hill near Mr. S. II. Kates'. The horse was killed and tne machine was almost a total wreck, A young Mr, Scott, who was in the machine with Dr. Amon, was severely rut, sustaining at least a dozen wounds from the broken winJ diicld about his person, none hovever thought to be dangerous. Dr. Amon was luckily uninjured, save a cut about the face. The horse was a valuable animal and belonged to a The colored man named Key.'olJs, horse is said to have become, frightened and ran against u teholion; pole, disengaging iUelf from the Lug-gto which it was hitched, and continued its mail llight until it met its fate as above related. ii' 1 CIRCUIT COURT Circuit ADJOURNS. The Byrne Optical Service ' Court adjourned last Saturday, and Circuit Clerk Ilurnside tells us it was the dullest term held during his incumbency, and us the show, for many years records previous. Henry Tenter for personal Injuries indicted on John Scwell suffered a judgment of $800, against him in favor of Sewcll; In the case of Robert Dunn ngainst the 1.. and N. II. R. a verdict for the defendant was given. The grand Jury rendered tholr report after returning ten indictments, mostly for misdemeanors, and was discharged. This body In its report took occasion to compliment the various county offices in that they were carefully and efficiently attended; the jail they found without a pris. oner, but In a splendid sanitary and They recomwell kept condition. mended that Iron shutters be pltced on the window of the clerk's offices, to protect the records from sll possibilities of fire. Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. AND EYEGLASSES. V 18 Years Experience. 12 Years in Central Ky All tne latest STYLES IN SPECTACLES J. J. BYRNE Exclusive Optometrist. AT KENGARLAN HOTEL Lancaster, Sept 16th to 21st 1 KM PLOY NO AGENTS. tobacco crops were suffering and tl.e IN PATRIOTISM. fall grazing was almost despaired of. FARM FOR SALE. Copious rains of last week placed an 'Tis a creat pity that some means A good home of 43 tires In Garentirely different nspect upon affairs. cannot be devised to imbue the hens land, all In Springs and streams are running full of the country with the prevailing rard County, sand-ston- e force and there is nn abundance of spirit of patriotism. We are told grass except 10 acres, good improve- stock water. The late corn will be that the present tcarcty and result- I ments, two never failing springs and helped and the yield improved ma- ant high price of eggs is due to the a good pool. Outside fences good. terially, while the early crop at lent "moulting season", but it does ap- If you are looking for a baigain see sustained no. harm by reason of the pear to us that this, perhaps neces- - the farm of the late John Beazley on Boone Creek before September "3rd. downpour, and we are nssuied of season, is being unnecessarily Massplendid fall grazing. Tobaceo per- Itury Anyway, eggs are high- It will be sold by V. H. haps benefitted most by thi mint; er and scarcer than ve ever knew ter Commissioner on Sept. ii, 1018, in Lancaster, before the Court House while a great deal of forward tobac- them at this season of the year. I door. A good home at a bargain. co has been cut, housed and is curLtfok at It before the day of sale. If ing nicely, yet fields of late tobacco (JOY which n week ago bore proma.) cf interested call on Arthur Beazley or being a complete failure, have underClarence Beazley, post office address DAY CURTAILED. Lancaster, Ky. gone such wonderful improvement, that with the holding off of frost for The automobile on the streets of a reasonable length of time are ex- Ijincaater last Sunday was noticeable WORK ON GOVERNMENT pended to come up to the usual by its absence. Only those church goaverage, All of which brings n smile ers who live at a distance from their BUILDING PROGRESSING. of gratification to everyone, the far- place of worship and who had no mer in particular. other means of conveyance utilized Structural iron for the main buildthem. A few straggling cars darted ing of the local government building about covertly, but the sight of so is beginning to rear above the supTHAT OTHER ARMY many people viewing them with vyes erstructure, and the laying of brick Not only America but all the world of suspicion soon put them to shame is now in progress. War time conis singing the praises of the Yanks. and they sooji disappeared. It is ditions have served to hinder the They have had their baptism of fire thought and sincerely hoped that the construction of the house, material and have nobly stood the test. They call for the conservation of gasoline has been delayed, almost impossible have carried the fight to the enemy will be heard and heeded witli the to secure delivery, and progress has with a dash and vim that has been coming of another Sabbath without of a necessity been slow. They have vanquished the adoption of stringent measured, irrcsUtablc. However the contractors have not the best of the crack Prussian divi- and that the Joy riders will contiii" been daunted by their many hinThey their operations to six days of the drances, but have kept steadfastly sion set to stay their advance. have upheld every tradition of Amer- week. to their task, and in the course of ican arms and have thrown a chill of time we may expect to have comapprehension into the very heart of NEW ENGINEER pleted our new post office, which will the German horded. They are winbe a credit to the community. ning their crosses every day. AT POWER PLANT. Hut there is another army of vvhiih During the absence of Parker Jen- VALUABLE TRACTS OF no American is proud, nor ever can kins, who is working at tn; great be. powder plant in Nashville Teni., fer THAT OTHER ARMY Of LAND TO BE SOLD. a few months, Mr, r'tib Rots is supOK LIBERTY BONOS! We wish to cull attention of our In it arc the slackers, the pacifist!, erintending the pumping station at conscientious objectors, the lake, Mr. Ross ser.'i-- hi this ra- readers to the four sales of land to the the miserly dollar pinchers and the pacity for many years and is Tully be made by Mr. W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit the cringing, apologe- qualified to handle the work. It I a source of great pleasure to Court. One on Thursday, Sept. 19th tic cantemptlbles of earth. And there alto to their shame lire our people to know that, notwith- and the other three on Monday Sept. those others who are selfishly indif- standing the considerable amount of 23rd. The land to be sold affords an we have experienced opportunity for good homes and will ferent to the sacrifices being nuida for their protection, their safely, this summer, there Is more water and probably sell at a reasonable figure. their continued existence In a land of a better quality in the lake than Some of these tracts are small and of peace and liberty. The smug, has ever been known at this time of with good improvements and will be self satisfied apostles of ease, content the year. This fact Is probably due sold In reach of those of moderate to the spirit of conservation among means. By looking over the sale to let others serve. This Is the army that is fast get the consumers, and further to the advertisements In this ssue and a visit fact that the lake Is holding splendid to the premises would place you In a ting beyond pardon. ly, and what water Is escaping is be- position to be a bidder if they are Thank God you are not In Itl ing caught and turned Into the filter. sold at a bargain. And If you are, DESERT. RIDINGSi " mm On. Friday, September 20th snoot I The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12, 1918. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND OAIIItAHIl CIIICI'IT II. I.. Thompsun, n, 7 WILL SELL AT COL'ItT Plaintiffs. MANY SHEEP KILLED BY DOGS Ways ef Preventing Ravages by Ar.l. maia Are Suggested by Agrlcul. tural Department. (Prcpand by the 1'nlte.t Ftsles Depirt. mem 01 Agriculture J Uniform stalo laws nro advocated liy tho United States department of ni being the most effective method of dealing lt!i tlic shccp-Mll-li)dog. Investigation by the department among sheep owners In 15 strifes enst of the lioiky mountains shows that ont of n total of C,S31,492 sheen In the 002 counties reporting. 34.0S3 were. killed by dog In one year (1018) ami were raid for by the counties. At the same rate of loss In other farm states the total iinnunl destruction of, sheen by dogs would lio 107,700. Hut thee flgurci are based only upon the number actually tmld for. nnd It is more than probable that the true looses far exceed this. It Is known that many sheep are killed whlili are never reported to the county r.flldnl. In 1013 crop reports In 3d states submitted estimates which showed that the number of sheep In those stales could lie Increased IfiO per cent without displacing other live stock. Such an Increase would place approximately 34,000,000 more sheep In these states than there are now. Of 1,411 answers received to the queMlon ns to whether sheep raising Is profitable In tho farm states 887 answered "yes." or km answers ns to the causes preventing Increase In the numbers of sheep 531 said. "Dogs." S Public Andioo 2. Oh".' Acres - 2 1 221 ACRES FOR A. P SLOAN GARRARD ACRES FOR COUNTY LAND, PROMPTLY AT IO O'CLOCK THREE ADJOINING FARMS 560 CMS DIETRICH. 140 ACRES FOR HENRY MOORE. Bui-gin1i- in tne amount of reed required to pri (luce 100 pounds of gnln, It Is shown that the Increased feed consumption iinu ine more rapid dally gains are not made nt the expense of efficient use of the feed. On the contrary, n (.mailer nmouut of feed Is consumed In making pork, which Is n fact of extreme Im portance at present. The last and one of the most important advantages to tne fanner nt this time Is the saving of labor, for although daily watch must be kept, on the self-feedto see that each compartment Is well supplied nnd not clogged, this requires only a fraction of tho time necessnry to hand- xeea tne same hogs several times n nay. Tho may bo adapted to sue use oi any kind of grain or feed wuiougii Snellen grain and ground feeds nre most commonly used. It LOCATION: On the Dietrich pike, one half-mil- e from Lancaster, Nicholnsville and Lexington pike , Lancaster,. 8 miles from 10 miles from Xicholasville, 1 miles from consolidated irraded school USE miles irom thriving villnRC UIIYANTSVILLE in the FAMOUS CAMP DICK ROBI F0R.H0QS nemp, jrrain and stocK market, i SON section of Garrard County. Device Will Give as Good Results as LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN at the mouth of Dietrich pike. Most Expert Hand Feeder Time and Labor Saved. On the DEITRICH Farm there is located on different tracts a 5 room ihvellintr. hull ami IMPROVEMENTS: . .. .. . rnnm ilwnllinc n fnur mnm Imnn 1. oSw.1.-- tmrte i,w T rrnrH.n.1 .... .1- .- . uiirti oiaies ueparr-- 1 innnalips ntlotVinr wi .w , .r., b i.wuo, ft twn "iuh.', ruuu tl,n..fl l. .. itiui:v:u uru, ,wiui an is AUItr otiacco raent of Agriculture.) iiarn, Dairy House and other buildings. By means of the the av. crane farmer will have as good results On the SLOAN Farm a 2 story, 9 room dwelling, 2 halls, 3 porches, basement, large stock barn. 10 acre tobacco burn ns tne most expert . L..II.1! . .. ) ! . and .............. .... 1t :!. na lenum nouses, the results will be obtained at much ici .mis iuuiii iii ai ii, unus, niicus .inn an less expense of time and labor. For On the MOORE Farm, a modern 9 room metal roof Bungalow, halls, porches and basement, new stock barn, 8 the nv erase farmer there Is little doubt which method Is tho more economical. tobacco barn, tenant house, AN ORCHARD OF 800 FRUIT TREES. system Is advanlor tne The land is in cultivation as follows: On the Dietrich fa.m, 73 acres in corn, 25 acres tobacco. 50 acres nloupil ami 10 tageous In every respect. Its use reBalance in grass. sults, first. In larger dally gains In live acres to beplowcd for wheat. weight, bringing the pigs to n market On the SLOAN Farm 50 acres corn, 12 acres tobacco, 70 acres stubble, Balance in grass. unie sue nt nn earlier date; second, feed Is consumed more rapidly, ifnd un tne .uuuiifc farm, to acres corn, o acres touacco, uaiance in oat stubble and grass. This farm has level front consequently gains are more rapid; and, third, as thero Is nn nctunl saving yard right on the pike. 1 " 1 hand-feede1 1 1 nt ten o'clcck A. M., on THl'KSOAV, SKl'TK.MHKil 10, "18 t..c real estate mentioned In the plf.i.linsts ami described ns follow: boun.'nry of land in Carrar.l fViiii'y, Ky. on tK waters of I)avt ( reek, conslitin,? of two tracts of land anil surveyed rn one tract and bounded nnd described us follows: lltfinilini- - nt n- alnta- l. ri...i r "r, " ".".- ii, tra.i C reck, n new corner to Willinm Allen nixl also corner to If! acre tract; thence down snld creek with its meanders nnd linn of snld lit nrre tract N 110 ,2 K n.Sfi chains .V 74 1.2 IJ 7 r,2 chains N 50 K .1.S0 chains N KS K 1.52 chains to n huckeve gone, beginning corner to 1(1 acre tract, anil corner to Foster and Thnnintun ? Ihnhx. Ij,a..ln.. tk..t. Creek and up n branch S S W chains to a sugnr tree on east !.07 side of said branch; thence up branch 8,411 1 W 7 So chains S 2r V 4. Si! chains ton stuke corner t othe U2 acre tract; thenco with line-osame and jip n branch S 25 W 2.(12 chnms to n stake, corner to J. W, Dunn, S 15 K fi.Brt chains to n stake, t e lonu corner tn ..imn" ma IK.V1) IIUtiS ta n stake in middle of County Itoad, tvinvr su rum iunn nnu inn rort, thence with meanders of.soid road N i;u YV :i .'.n .......... ,.. l,,.i. ... Hiuvuav llillll-- l lU snld lord N 07 W ll'.Sl ch. to N' eugc or --.aid rond, H 52 W X.M chains tii n beech, corner to Kord, S 57 V K.25 chains to north side of said liond corner to Turd, thence leaving . V i i'.i the Itmid V i stone corner to Ford N HI W (i.ls chains to h poplar stump corner to Ihinn N 3K K 3.50 chnlns to n stake on n uranrn; tbence down said branch with its meanders N 3D K 3.50 chains N 13 K 0.50 chains . H V. 5.27 chains N 48 K 4.81 chains N .10 h 3.113 chains to Davis Creek: thence down snld creek with its monnil.-r- . V 70 - i "7 ..l,,.i... ... ;'lm, N t',0 1.2 K 2 50 chains to the oeginning, containing 1011.47 acres The iitirtm.i. f,f ll, ..L tn lIlt'M.. tlln t,r.......l. l......r Mccuru- Huimi ing to the rights of the parties. TKItMS: The sale will be made . on ft rredil nt aiv ,n.l ... ,l. and the purchaser will be required t.. execute bonds with approved secur- ij mi me purcnase price, said bonds bearing six per cent interest from u.. date until until l,nui k ,'ii, e mr milli --, elfect of n judgment upon which e- .uiiiiii mny issue, paynnie to vv II. Ilrown, .Mnster (Tommissioner of th I Horence ForJ, ct nl. Defendants. Pursuant to n judgment rendered at the Augiut Term, 1018, the Commissioner will sell nt pub- life nu.tion on the premises In !. Irani louuty, Kentucky, near llourne, under-.Igtic- i.... ine uieincn iarm win oe uivuieu and sold in t separate tracts, some with and some without improvements. mu acres, its'o acres, iu acres, acres, ju acres and io acres. The SLOAN farm into 1 tracts 100' acres, GO acres, 40 acres and 20 acres. The 3IOORE farm 110 acres will be sold as a whole. 1.10 ncri-- i ANY TWO OR MORE TRACTS MAY BE COMBINED TO SUIT THE BIDDERS. 1 HIN- -1 MID L AINU 1U ALL. MiK11L.Il, MtAVY PRODUCING LIMESTONE SOIL, WILL GROW HEMP, CORN, TOBACCO AND WHEAT. Everlasting water on all the farms. I know land values, and have sold LESS I'KODUCTTVK land a little nearer town DOUBLE the PRICE I will sell these farms. .... u., i,l a ti i.i U i iiihu suiti uicij mini t I,,,,.., uiii:ii:u osi uuui. nutnuu i ihuu n hcai IhC Dtir- Jyuin& ncAiu no r... uctL chaser gets value lor his money and 1 Know tne Kind ot lanus to oner, ihese farms will be up to the "HIGH DOLLAR" DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. TWO CROPS on any tracVwill pay the PURCHASE PRICE. be reserved uiion tho property sol.1 until tho purchase money is paid. W- - II. UltOW.V, M. C (I, C. C. U I.. Walker, Attorney for riffs. 1 Will I ..1, am. lit UHIIA hlna ..ana n-i- i the . fn tftv. it... ,.u a bvjuuhj , -ia.,ir, II.. ruilSISllllg. 1 '"h v of horses, cattle and bogs. Crops of corn, bnv nnd itmu i.ii.- - f.i too numerous to mention. II. L. Thompson, Admr ftarrnrtl Pirrlllt fnnrl 1, Gasoline Kliminated Trouble? by using an at tr..i :..,. wuv nnr ' Entorf Water You men who are getting G per cent, invest in this land and 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. Cuarnnteed to lake out all wnter. dirt and foreign substance from gaso- lino or kerosino leforo filling auto tank. Filters 10 calloni a minute. SeDaratind Gasoline Filter. Ohio End View With End Siding Boards Removed. may be adapted to handle ear corn. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. but such n feeder mint be of largo size nnd heavily made In order to hold Gurdettc, Sunday. AIARKSBUKY sulllclent grain to feed it bunch of Misses Dane West of Lexington, hogs several dnvs without rMiimw. In order that the hfr.f...ii..i- - mv I'obert Fox aold some fat liogs at Delia Itice Hughes and Mrs. Ben Hughes of Lancaster were guests of readily be adapted to different kinds 18c, last week.- mi grains it mourn no constructed wills Miss Susan K. Sutton, last week. Mr. Win, Hl.inks sold u bunch of some means of regulating the opening Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Isom of Lancasthrough which the feed passes. Tor fat shoats at 20c, example, common! or barley requires JHss Virginia Hogg is visiting ter, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Isom of Letu fcinaller opening to prevent too rapid cher and Miss Maggie Hogc of Danfriends nt Ilurgin. a now or gram than Is required In tho ville are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle1 Thonips Tollard sold a lot of nice Isom. enso ot sneiieu corn. A will last n iiiimliei nf shoats nt 20 cents. years, nnd as It may not always be Messrs Gordon Doty, Homer and Mrs. John Chesnut of Danville, , convenient to feed tho same grulu Doty, Alice Sutton nnd Clyde Hughes every season somo provision must bo spent Wednesday with .Mrs. Georgia William Itice nnd Misses Margaret made to accommodate different sizes Arnold, are attending High School at Lan or grains. Mr. James Long and family were caster. Caro should be taken to seo that tho guests of Mrs, Teleufus I'ol Mr. and Is always supplied with K verybody is invited to attend tho each feed, for If one part of the ration lard, Sunday. protracted meeting which began Is missing the nlzs will nutumllv ent Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilyle Isom und their Monday evening by Dr. B. A. Dawes, an Increased umount of any other guests motored to Lexington, Satur Mr. Dawes has previously held two utauablo nutrient, ami In such a case day for the day. . meetings here nnd is very much liked will make very poor use of It. For exThe Infant a few hours old of Mr. by the people of this church. ample, when tankage and bhellcd corn constitute the ration. If corn were, to and Mrs. Walter Killyon, died last Mr and Mrs. Robert Speaks, Mr. become exhausted the shoots would Thursday afternoon. and Mrs. Frank Shears attended the naturally eat a very large amount of Mr. W, D. Marksbury went to Lex sale of the late Mr. Arnctt, in Woodtankage, which would not only fall to ington Monday to be at the bedside of ford county. Mr, Speaks reports the produce rapid gains, but would .bidding very spirited,, especially the the consumption of a very high-pric- his son, Mr. W, I. Marksbury, who is ladies who were clamoring for the old feed. Too much emphasis can- quite sick. not bo placed upon this )Kint, for the Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant und time furniture, one of the beds bringbeginner Is apt to become careless In daughter, Miss Cora, of Lancaster, ing $205. tho Ufco of a device which doea not re- were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Foster has Just received word Luther quire constant care, I THE REAL' ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. that her son, Sam, bnrcly escaped death when ills helmet was that from his head by a German bullett whilo on the firing line. Mr. Foster re leased the helmet from n dead mate for his own use and immediately went into action aguin. I'rico f3.50 each. Offset snouts for Inset tanks 50c, extra. Want to Build a Pyramid? Delivered anywhere upon receint ir tne great pyramid of Cheops In of price. l.gypt wits' tn bo built today Its total cost would b tint less than ?l.'iO,000,-00according to s'xperti who hfcve studied the vast structure. Cheops la DISTUIIIUTOK 4SO feet high and covers' almost thir Louisville. teen aires. Upward of M.OOO.OOO cu- 110 South Second St, bic feet ofitone wero used In building mil greut pyramid. INEBR o AD, Cot it? Here's the remedy. It's helped lias a ball century record First dose brings rdicl. Try it. y iwiu by tn unit kuu. E.G.RICHTER millions, of use. ff EST That Strict Confidence. Wiv were listening (und who wouldn tl) to two women talking at Now is Uie Iliiif to (slant your each Oilier on ll Plflb nvemu lm. In Orchnnl, Liiwn mill Gnrden. the more or less busy city of Gotham, and In so doing wo heard one of the Our Inrtie descriptive cntulo of master paradoses. One woman said to the other: "Wbv. shn tnlil m, In reliuble strlcti'st confidence only the other dny New York Run. Dables Burdened With Nines. It IliafrtTiy In ltaib aaat If ,1... ........ ...... sqn who used to christen the 1'uIIiuiiii uleepers has taken up his residence In tliis city and Is now namlmr wnr l.n. bles. A irlnnc., nt th.a iliui u,a,iu,ina records shows that some of tho girl etc., is free upon inoulrv. babies are going through life burdened Write for free Catnloue. No Afits. with Christian names thut will compel the growing generation tn elr ennsld. erable time and study to pronounce & Sons. them. All of which remUs ilia, of General Sherman. New York fiqo. Lexington, Kentucky. TREES r va a a for Couflhs g Colds Movement Refaltr Dr. King's New Life Fills keep you In a healthy condition. Kid the body of poisons and waste. Improve your complexion by kepini tne Bowels regular. Oct a '.l bottle front your druggists Effective but mild. Fru it and Shade Tros Small hruits, Shrubs, bvergreens, Uraoe. Astoarafifus, Seed Po ? Ketp Bowel tatoes, Strawberries. H.F.Hillenmeyer rlII ICSMTM The Central Record, Thursday. Sept 12, 1918. inn 1 mm m mm v mm m m "Cr JF JK m 9 9 "Iff" "Xa "?T1bSJl. V iL Jx n m -- trp-. G 0 O 0 When the thermometer drops and the chills come over you you will wish you had repaired your chimneys, grates and or heating apparatus. We have all the hecessary material for these repairs. A good line of Heating Stoves, Grates, Grate Baskets,Fire Brick, and backs and our prices are right. G O September 27th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.t Will offer at Public Auction my farm containing 205-ACRES-205 1918 9 This farm is situated on the Kirksville and Hyattsville turnpike, three miles from Kirksville and five miles from Hyattsville, known as part of the Wade Walker I arm, opposite the old Walker homestead. Hervey HUENA VISTA Delayed. & Woods 9) PAINT LICK, KY. Poore. Sunday. jof Miss Mary Anderson on Sunday. The P.cv. J. W. Hughes filled his Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts spent last appointment for the conference Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack ,.... Sumlav A. I). Scott of (Ireendalc was here ..... ... Roberts. last wtek. Mr. Leslie Ruble and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts were the Little Ldna Mae Brooks .... Hamilton returned Sunday from guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gib Dollins been is convalescent. I Sulphur, where they hae been with on Sunday. Mrs. Josiah McCulley is visitim-tlleir father. who is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor. Mrs. Tom Wagers of Estill County, Since the Buena Vista Red Cross Mr. Bent Allen of Lexington made Auxiljary l)tTan witn their knitting is the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. D. Centers. a business trip here last week. about thc mid(le of Ju)y they havc M r. Robert Fletcher spent SaturMr. Will Scott and son, William, ' completed twenty four sweaters and! day night and Sunday with Mr. Robt. motored to Danville Sunday after- forty seven pairs of socks. Anderson. noon. MANSE. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morshbanks had Miss Pauline Burdcttc of Burgin as their guests on Sunday, Mr. and is visiting her sister, Mrs. Herbert ill. Mrs. Shepherd is very Mrs. Reynolds, and two cousins, and Brooks. Miss Nannie Kidwcll is very low. Mr. and Mrs. Wardlow. Mr. and Mrs. John (Ireen of Lex.Mrs. John Pennington has been ill. ington, were the guests of relatives Mrs. W. P. Anderson and little Mr. E. L. Bowling left last Monday daughter, Willie Gaines, spent Sunhere Sunday Cleveland Ohio. day night and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Belle Poore and family Wilmore, were guests of Mr. Sidney Miss Thelma Roberts was the guest Mrs. Lewis Anderson of Bereu. This Plact? is Wei! Watered end Improved This farm will be sold in THREE TRACTS and then as a whole. cottage FIRST TRACT Containing about 80 acres; has a four-roowith two porches; good cistern: milk house; smoke house; hen house; tobacco barn, newly covered; fine orchard, and plenty of good water. SECOND TRACT-Containi- ng about 55 acres, with a .new 3 a ere barn. tenant THIRD TRACT-Containi- ng about 70 acres, with three-roohouse, small barn, and other outbuildings, well watered and fenced. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OFSALE. -m 12-ac- re iii -- m Theo (Botton. Jesse Cobb Auctioneer ALL TIREDfOUT HandttdsjHore In R. D. 3, Mines Mnyme und (Seneta Murphy were week end guests of Mrs Anne Moberi and Miss Kmma llurehell. and Mr. Mr. and .Mrs. A. It. Wynn, W. W. West and PAINT LICK, KY HELP SAVE GASOLINE. The request of the United States Fuel Administrator to assist in av ing gusohiie for torpedo boats, air planes and motor lorries at the front by discontinuing the ue of auto's on Sunday's nut generally observed in Lancaster and (iarrard County last Sunday. At least four-fifth- s of the people me said to have complied with the order, which is still ill the nature of a request, It is hoped that ALL the people will comply with the request from now on and unless they do, the order will become mandatory and a penalty prescribed to cover s such violations. The use of in going to and from church on Sunday is uUo bared in the re quest. The only exceptions to the order are as follows: Physicians using cars in performing professional duties, and the use of motor trucks in transportation of fieight for the (iovernment. The coal situation now in Ken tucky is very serious. The major portion of K'astern Kentucky coal is now being shipped to points West and Northwest of the (ireat Uikes. It is necessary that these shipments move during the summer months on account of the unsatisfactory navigation conditions on the (ireat Lakes during the winter period. At the present time the State Fuel Administrator is requisitioning no coal except in cares of extreme emergency. After the Ijike shipments are made we will get our coal probably two' thirds of our requirements here-t- o fore. Therefore the farmers und all who can, are requested to supply pan of their needs this winter with wood or any kind of substitute for coal. Uscisttr la The Same and Mr. Plilbl. Tirr.l nil the time; Weary unit wurn out night nnil Iny Bach aches; head nclu-s- ; Your kidneys lire probably weakened. You houlil help them at their work. I,et one who known tell you how. r, Mrs. Joe Turner, Tottti Ave., soys: "A few years ago, my kidnc) got out of shape and I bail I felt dull anil languid backaches. and tired raily: My kidney acted Irregularly too. A friend told me of (loan's Kidney Pills and I bounht They them at Stormcs' Drug Store. soon rid me of the backache and put my kidney in good order." Don't Price HOC, at all dealers. get simply ask for a kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrr. Turner had. Fostcr-Milbur- n Co., Mfgr., Buffalo, N. Y. West, motored day. to Lexington, Logan Satur- Robert Arnold Jr., returned from Tiaining Camp to spend a few days with his parents before resuming his trailing at State College. (ireat Mr. and Mrs. Dennett Roop have moved from Frankfort here to make their home with Mr. and Mrs. M. 1.. N'oe. Mr. Hoop has been appointed Stenographer to the Local Examining Hoard and will assume his duties immediate!). Miss Amy Hester Patrick tame Saturday to begin her duties at Ungraded school. She will have charge mum OF cf''r LAUD, STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS Having decided to leave the county, I will on ' of the same grades as last yenr, and Paint Lick community is indeed glad In welcome Miss Patrick back where she made ro many friends. She was the guest of Miss Ornithic Rucker over Sunday. Sihool opened Monday with the I'AINT LICK largot enrollment in its historv. A full force of teachers was present. iMirs Allie Dunn, Primer, Miss Ilettie Saturday, Sept 21th, '18 at ten o'clock A. M., offer for sale my farm located one and one-hamiles North West of Lowell on the Lowell and Spoonville pike, known as the B. F. Gay farm. The farm contains 93 acres in high state of cultivation. Four room dwelling and tenant house.all necessary out buildings, good stock barn and 10 acre tobacco barn, good fences and plenty of water, about 65 acres m grass and one acre orchard. One eight year old Stallion by Old Rex; and one five year old Jack. One seven year old mare with colt by side; 1 five year old mare with colt by side; 1 five year old saddle mare; 1 yearling filly colt; 1 two year old filly colt; 1 pair of six year old mare mules, 16 hands high; 1 pony colt; 2 milk cows, four and five years old; 10 hogs weight about 125 pounds; 13 shoats weight about 40 pounds; 25 pigs. One Deering binder; 1 Bemis tobacco setter;. 1 Fuller and Johnson cultivator; 1 roller; 2 disc harrows; 1 new Studebaker two horse wagon 1 spring-wago;1 set of buggy harness; corn sheller and a lot of other farming implements too numerous , Some household and kitchen furniture. TERMS madeltnown on day of sale. lf n Mrs. l.ifiie Cutis is visiting rela- - Williams 1 and 2nd; Miss Allie Rus-sc- ll Fish, :ird and 4th; Mrs. II. II. tves in lilchmond, Montgomery, 5th and lith; Mrs. K. Mr. Ilurdette Jtamiey is at the II. Smith, 7th and 8th; Miss Hester State Fair this week. Patrick, !Uh and 10th.. The prosfor a successful Mrs. N. Ma)es of Richmond visited pects are bright school year. friends here the pint week. a. .Mrs, J. D. Ilurchell is visiting her The rale nf Mrs, Florence K. Walker's personal property Friday laughter Mrs. A. (!. llotner at the llth, uus quite u success. A large cYowd being present and everything Mrs. 1). W. Wtiite is in Winchester brought good prices. Farming imwith her aunt. Mrs. Sare, whose husplements sold high us diil tho live band is quite ill. stock, Milk rows brought from $05 Rev. C, S. Kills returned Saturday to $140 per bead, mules $400.00 to dr. w. a. whkki.l'i:. u re- JM0.no per from Union City where pair; horses $100. to Fuel Administrator ("iarrard County. vival for 3 weeks. $175. emh: fetding liugs $21 per Mr. and Mrs. IE. !. (luynn are vis hundred; sows with puts $70 to $00. iting Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis (iuynn at The bidding onthe untiuuc furniture Bruises and Sprains was spirited and a' quantity of it wus Shelby vllle, this week. sold. The local Red Cross Chapter lUe Slain's Linimrut handy Mr. A. II. Wyim has been appointed for bruises and sprain and all served lunch realizing $101. 33 thererural carrier on Itoute 1, and will Quick relief fiilnt and tcht. from. Mr. (1. II. Swinebroad bought its prompt application, his duties on Oct. 1. the old family saddle mart) "Pats)" I'o nerd to rub. For rheumatic Mr. and Mrs. Thos London are In 20 years old which chc, nrurtlgia, still inutcltt, lame he gave to the relaback, lumbapo, gout, strain, and Louisville this week, visiting Red Cross and when she was resold sprains, it gives quick.rcUrl. . tives and enjoying the Fair. " after dinner "Patsy" brought $75,50. On.roui iIm4 totUu. e Frank l.edford has come back from She will be resold at Paint Lick in the Ids home in Mlamlsburg, Ohio, to re- near future the proceeds to go to tho sume source. Col. Am. Ilourne was sume lis studies in our school. Miss Mabel Hall returned from u the uuctloneer of the day und much pleasant visit to Louisville, accom- credit is due him for the splendid . lie',l be-jj- panied by her cousin, Miss Uuck. prices on everything. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. E. L. BROWN. 1 il The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12, 1918. III It IS U. S. BES OF Fl SOLDIER Works Always To Put Lib erty Bond Values Higher Titanic Auction i i TO THE STUDENT BODY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY. Time works In favor of Liberty Bonds. Some of the more restless-mlnde-holders iif Liberty Bonds of the Sec mil and Thlrtl loans have lost right of lh.il fart and allotted tht slight slump In the market price which took place till' summer to worry them. Those prices reflect only a temporary condition, naja the Wall Street Journal, and the TreaMiry department fa already lit process of remedying lr The sliimt) In part ha been due - a misapprehension on die p.irl of small Investors who have gained a super liclal knowledge of tax exemption fea- - lll The present titanic contest Is ju ly named it World's War, since it in i.ihn pmct.i.'ill) all the civilise ' upon u ii 'turns rf 'In- eniih and succesful ciinclusliin depends the of all mar rt nt liuttiin and k Ii, 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 n population of hospitable and prosperous people. Danville is also a great They Give Blood lailroad terminal and ONE MILLION DOLLARS has already Jeen authorized to lie spent at Danville in the improvement of railroad facilities. Abroad; We Must "HILLTOP FARM" is within one mile of the L. and N. Railroad antl adjoint, the C. N. O. ami T. P. Railroad, with side Give Our Treasure track on the farm. Electric line runs by the farm ami only has to be tapped to etpiip the farm with light anil power. "Hill Top Farm" is ABUNDANTLY WATERED with seven NEVER FAILING SPRINGS, four wells and one cistern. Anjone proposing peace with GerMain dwelling eight large rooms, two porches, halls and bath-rooHeatIMPROVEMENTS: with butler's pantry. many before Kaiserism shall have ed bv furnace, two room servant house and garage, beautiful yard with large shade trees, large two story stock barn, base been crushed out of existence should story portion prepared for hay fork and will hold 7.000 either be interned or placed In an In ment will hold 123 cattle, second I ..I nine e large box stalls andi the ,.r I ...... ..e ... ..... main ... e . I i i ui iuii ut tunsi.si.t oi a mil'ihiki six room sane astlum for uaics oi nay. rcruie guinea aim pieiut ui nun. tine dwelling, three porches, two stock barns, other out buildings, cistern, good garden, large yard and mulberry, sugar tree and medical treat- F MILE OF SPLENDID GRADED SCHOOL. Two wild cherry shade trees. This set of improvements is within ment. sets of improvements on farm. That Is the ver- other 200 acres with main dwelling, a 00 s.cre tract and 80 acre tract with improvements, a 10 acre tract dict of Hudson may be added a 20 acre tract and a l acre tract, also a IS acre tract with improvements anil Maxim. The great with improvements, to which We always SELL to suit the RIDDERS, so two or more tracts may be combined to suit the purchaser in the gun maker gives other tracts. number of acres. tersely some of While bonds of the Second and Third loans, the 4 and 4'i per cent bonds, are taxable and the 3!fc per rent bonds are tax free the small In I WU.I.SKU. FOi: .1. il, HAL'GHMAN vestor cannot be taxed by any Income tax law now In effect or any later 10 be enacted on any of the bonds un'ess his holdings of I nr bonds reach J5.000 worth or more. And jet a study of the transactions In bonds to date has revealed the fact that iiianv of the sales are by small Interiors who will sell and J. II. HAIV.II.MAX hate disposed of their 4s and 4'4s to I liny 3'31 because some one has told them the 3'is were tax free., KvervihlntT which congress takes In the way of financial legislation get the careful attention of the Treasurj LOCATION: Known as the "HILL TOP FARM", two miles from city limits of Danville. Ky.. on Hustonvilli' Pike, Nothing Is allowed to go department. far If Its provisions In any way tend Hoylu county litis the best pikes of any county in the State ami tin's pike is the I'KST one out of Danville: perfectly .Htraiirlit to lower values on Liberty Ilonds. Lib- lrom city limits antl no railroads to cross to this ueautuul rami, only 10 minutes drive. erty Hond holders hate first consldera. I.roatl, jrently sloping fieltls, almost level, with here anil t litre a black walnut, suk'ar tree or stately DESCRIPTION: lion and everything Is bIng done to eim. The LAND of I5IG FAT CATTLK antl HROAD ACP.KS OF FURTILK SOIL. :W0 acres of this laml is in SOI) antl has facilitate the financing of the war. for years, the remainder recently broken from sod in cultivation as follows: 70 acres in corn, It) acres in wheat stubble, Aside from the tax free features, ''een HO acres in buck-whea- t, 10 acres in tobacco and hemp. This land has been grazed for years with IIIC, CATTLK anil is NOW which are only present Influences nfter all, the Liberty Bonds should ready for the man who wants to make MONEY irrowinj? CORN, HF.MP, TOIJACCO, CATTLK antl HOGS. investments for stand out as their afterthe war value. The capital they will restore to the investor which after the war will hate a far greater ADVANTAGES: A BEAUTIFUL HOME, SPLENDID NEIGHBORHOOD, the adjoining land owner living on their purchasing power than the money) CLOSE TO CHURCHES, GRADED antl HIGH SCHOOL, CENTRE COLLEGE ami KENTUCKY COLLEGE FOR which he Is putluig Into the bonds now . farms. ...IUril UlUMirj 1. .n l.ann in I t.lntlf.,1 WOMEN, and the BEST TOBACCO, HEMP, GRAIN, HOG and CATTLE MARKET in Central Kentucky. Mnn... l o" vur.i ana i'ieikiiui. luie. Thursday, Sept. 19th, '18 THE CREAM OF BOYLE COUNTY d lery man and every woman should vlvidlt realise a personal re lation to it, and should be ever conscious of a solemn duty to icive time, treii-jr- e or life. If need lie. to this I (treat cause The unique nnd superb part this I nation has nlrrmly plated in this death striiftilc of Kllik-ilnm-s f mid I Is due to the sptendiil "team j work" of heads, hearts und hands j stout hearta and clear heads direct I. liitf expert ami willing hands matters not how patriotic tte ma) lie. how willing or how- - anxious to serve, jlf we lite not prepared--careful- l. and skillfully prepared -i thoroiiithllt ' for the contest that m voltes a know ledge of nil the forres of nature and researchers of science, our leal it e,n'.parnt!tclt tain. tan be erected and treat tuns accurately fired only b) Fortifications those Hisessinir a knowledge of dell cute mathematical calculations. The unltersnl use of irn-and high ex plosives require skilled chemists. Our soldiers, aviatorr, physicians am' nurses must possess a knowledge of physics, mechanics and medicine We need mechanical und electrical en Kinecrs. men ikilled in the con struction and operation of evert character of machinery The call is peremptory for younir. nlert and plastic intellects, read), willing and capable, who will first nrquire ami then apply this invaluable knowledge so necessary to complete a final tie tnry It is gratifying to know that institutions, as well as individuals, hate enlisted for the war, and that our great rmtersitles and uther in stitutions of higher edurntlon hat, developed the scientific and practical branches of study which are to the conduct of this the development of our Indus try and our commerce when the wa-i- s ended The I'resident of the United Stati again voices the opinion of a natior solidly behind him when he expresse-hi- s profound gratification "that ile spite the unusual burdens imposed upon our people by the war. thrj hate maintained their schools an other agencies uf education so near ly at their normal efficiency." h'tery student whose immediate presence Is not demanded at the front should, with untiring application and characteristic American ardor, devote himself to thorough preparation for the great task before him, and that preparation can ont) lie acquired within the walls of our institutions of learning. r Yours Very truly, (Signed) A. 0. STANLKV. Governor Kentuck). " ' "d si750 Cattle and a Lot of Mares and Tlules 1 Once in a Lifetime is the Opportunity Offered to Pvrchase Such a Farm. i. u iwo-sior- y ONE-HAL- " VVE W,LL BE IN THE HANDS OF THE PURCHASER. AN ABSOLUTE SALE. mankind ar7 not lit to plac" thelrl WHATEVER- names to a peace campact beside thoe I Mr. Baughman, who is known by all cattle men, will have charge of the Cattle Sale and Swinebroad will of the heroes who shall, with sacrifice r.f the Land Sale. or biood and treasme, save the world For further particulars as to Live-Stoc- k inquire of J. II. Baughman. Danulle, Ky., Phone 1802. anil as to mini mrir ciiiicues. "There Is but one way to peace and that Is the way to llerlin." ' Liberty bonds w.ll open that road for Ihe Ameilcan boys. Those at home must Kicrllice their treasure as those over there sacrifice their blood. government needs live or six 100 head of Black Poll Angus Feeders, 800 to 1,050 pounds, GO or more White Face Hereford Feeders. 800 to t.Or.O billion dollars Red and Roans, 800 to 1,100 pounds, 50 Black Yearling Cattle, 500 to 700 pounds, more Immediately pounds, 240 High Grade Short Horn, reasons why the 200 Hereford antl short horn Yearlings, 500 to 750 pounds, 75 High Grade Poll Angus Heifers, 500 to 000 pounds ;25 Hereford Heifers, 500 to 800 pounds. fourth Liberty and short-hor- n loan must go oter These cattle are all good quality, been picked for auction sale for twelve months. Native Kentucky ami Tennessee with a big safety cattle. BEST LOT OF CATTLE EVER OFFERED FOR SALE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY. Just a few plain cattle and margin, why othwill be sold separately. Hudson Maxim. er loans soon to these The cattle will be sold in bunches of ten and in car lots, principally in car lots. come must go over the same way. "We cannot consider any terms of peace whatsoever with the German Korernment as now constituted," Max 12 DRAFT TYPE BROOD MARES, all broken to work, live with mule colts at hide and three with horse colts im's letter goes on to say. "Germany must be licked and the Hohenzollerns YEARLING MULES from above mares, 1 THREE YEAR OLD MULES from same mares. 2 kicked off the throne before we can .MULES from same mares, 2 six-ye- ar od walking mares; 1 aged .lack; 7 PONIES from colts to 0 years old. even talk peace without outraging our TERMS: Easy on the land and stock and satisfactory to purchaser. The German military Sale begins promptly at ten o'clock. ring must be broken and so shattered Mr. Baughman, Mr. Moss or myself wil show the farm tit any time. Notify us and we will be glad to meet the L. and that It can never be reunited. "Thoe militaristic bandits of the N. train or the Southern train at any time before or on day of sale. breed of Atllla who cold bloodedly pre- THE SALE WILL BE POSITIVE BOTH OF THE LAND AND STOCK. NO AND NO PROTECTION the reasons why the CA TT LE mi MARES and MULES sm To Skin Oeets. An envy Day to skin a beet without bleeding It ami r.1lllng It to lose mint Is to put It In cold water as soon as It Is ciMikisl. Then draw Ihe hnnd gently down the beet and the akin will drop off without trouble. J -- fl(s, be in charge the land S WiNEBROflD, HAN LOSES The Real Estate Man PJ lj lJ XA CUNN'S CHAPEL. Several people from this place unattending the protracted meeting at Buckeye. The tobacco of this place is look-iiiline sime the rain. The farmers lire much ciuuuruKcd. It protes to he a kooiI crop if not nvertnken by the frost. 'Dili flniin'w I'll..,..., , ...v u,i.,,, .i iiuiii K'1" 1111 ice crei.ni soclul Saturday afternoon, A larco crowd utteinled. s The ure to be used for uliunl eiUipineuts, Sutter:' Mrj.J.A. Cox. oi W. Va., wrilcj; ".My daughter . . ,su!-Isrterribly. She could not turn in bed . , . the dociotj gave her u,i, and ttc broujlit her home to die. She I'd sullrrrd to much at lime. Having heard of Cardui, we got It lor her." tfl Federal Bank Takes In Eighteen More Ohio - of Lancaster, Kentucky. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. 'LANCASTER several friends Saturday ..fternoun. Miss Mnlile I'retvitt spent Monday ttitli Jlr. nnd .Mrs. C. C. I'retvitt. v Mrs. Grunt Sanders has been seriously ill, hut is better at this ttrltini;. Mr. and Mrs. James Melear uf Lexington, are vUitlni; Mr. und Mrs. 1.. V. Wurmoth, Mr. livy Creech of Hyi.ttsv.lle, Is with his brother it law, Mr. ('. ('. I'lvtviU, ut!iui'( put uay his Institutions The Federal He9erve Hanking SjsHUNDREDS OF DOLLARS. lein of Ihe Fouith District has been! itaklng on new strength fur the Pmtrtht Liberty Loan campaign. It has added I "I am sorry I did not hear of u few to Itself since the first of July eighteen! Mnyr'a Wonderful llcim-dphlo banks and has applications years ago, as it would have sated me .pending from eight more. Uncial hundred dollars. Five eurs The new member banks are Tliej aUrm.d f,m Indigestion and I ww worse ..11 the t .... r "fBk'B blot.tl.ig. bi' Citizens . ,U,J Savings Utifc1" ,loc,ur saU u" I Kalis: Commercial 1 tu,1; " Co., Uuckete City; Farmers and Cltl-- , 1,0 1,11 l,lut couUl kme me' of Mnyr's Wonderful Itcmedv reus Banking Co,. Milan; Itossford Sav- - J course Ings Dank, Jtossford; Home Banking j instead und fur the past year Olbsonburg; Chagrin Falls hwn entirely well. "It is u :.ii'!, Ilanklnc Company, Chagrin Falls; j uirmlm preparation that removes ll'rovldent Sayinfs Uank & Tru.t Co.:,,,,,, entnrrl.ti! mucus from thu the. inlln.nmu. i '.nut tract and allay .u..waw t mi. u.imii fi ." nil prncticully .Bank Company, Cuaboga Falls; West .lou tthicli causes intestinal iLafayettv Dank Co, West Lafayette; .itonuch, liter and ineludlui; appendicitis. One Oltlreus State Hank, Weat Milton; Geneva Savings Dank Co, Geneva; ilou will convince or money Saving il'eoplea Truit Co., Akron; It. II. McKOUKKTS. JDtnie Savings Bank Co., Canton; Day-Ro- n Savings & Trust Co., Dayton; BRADSHAW MILL. (Htrathers Savings A Banking Co., ifMruthers; City Savings Bank Trust Irene Urudaliaw entertained llis Co., Alliance. to ... K .' t Mrs. John Irvin Iibcll is uitt- - ill. It is reported that she has symtuniH uf fever. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin (shell of Madison county, uere the week end quests of Mr. and Mrs. U'm. Ubell. Tile suirur cane is ripeniiiL'. Sev Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Humphrey of eral have made their soruhum, Many Bourne visited Mr. unit Mn. Grant more to make n n few days. Mr. ami Mrs. John M. Anion ami Sanders last Saturday niitbt and Suntluy. j little son, James It. und Mrs. II. Hay .Mr. unit Mrs. S. N. Sund.ts an I motored to Lexington Inst Thursday little (.'auiihter Nancy, spent Sunday on business. with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sander., Messrs Klbert Teater. Coy I'rlcv land little sun James, spent Saturday of lMcntcn. Mr. und Mrs. Carl I'retvitt, Mr. and and Sunday ut Cumii Tut lor with .Mrs. Barccm I'retvitt, Mr, und Mrs. I Joseph Trice. Komun, the little son of Mr. and Arthur Sebastian ami Miss Susie I.oiik uere entertained ut the home Mrs. Floyd Humphrey, who hua been of Mr, nnd Mrs. N. L I'retvitt ill since February died Sunday mornlnc ut t o'clock. ..... CARDU! tj The first opossum hunt uf the seu. a ,.. lliilii,.! 'SOn UUS lll(ilfiil Inat .'.i.utua IHKIII by Messrs Clem Murphy, McKinley ii'i-ii- , uuruiun hiiii iiunter Davis. They reported that opossums seem plentiful but none were riiught, Tiio Vcman's Tonic kfyi Uw Berea Faculty uuuiln-imore than ote hundred, and Is being .tiiinic-i e enforced for null fall Frof f, lli'xtord llayiuund. formerly well l.iatwi as u Beiea teacher, returns aft- suiite years absence, durlns tthlcb he has been pastor of a very largu church lit llrookljii, N. V. I'rusldeul Albert J. Weldler of Frenchburg goes i u,i.. lu llereu us -Mrnru.,,,. ....i i , .u 1 ii , aim ITof II. I', Kean of Chicago as r of Matheuiallcs. "In a few days, t.lelie-pa- n to Improve," Alri. Cox contlnurs, "and hid r.o trculle al . . . CarJat lured tier, and wc tlrj; lit praises everywhere." c receive many tlicu-un- ii ol tlmiiar Idlers every year, tellina ol Ihe good Cardul lia j done for wemen who u!(er Iron complaints so ccm 1:10:1 lu their i;x. It should do you good, loo. Trv urdul .a 1, The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12, 1918. ' New Food fee Hnrut. A new dulistlltili' fur unit mini., with co:ir' treacle Is Riven to horvi 111 Paris. i? -t . .v DT C8INO DISLOYALISTS ARE SENTEHGED j pii What is a Branch cans j House? The Branch House is the place in the packing organization where what the packing plant does for you is put where you can use it. Bolh are the natural result of growth and development in the living thing they belong to. Swift & Company Branch Houses are located in distributing centers all over the country. They are fitted out with refrigerating equipment to keep meat cool, sweet and fresh. Each one is in personal charge of a man who believes in what Swift & Company is doing for people and wants to help do it. They are directed by men who have spent years learning how to get better meat cheaper to the places where it is needed. Meat is shipped to the branch houses direct from the packing plants in Swift & Company's refrigerator cars, in such quant, ties that it can be disposed of while fresh and sweet. Your meat dealer comes here to buy your meat for .yon unless someone else can treat him better then we can. So you need the branch house in order to live well; and the branch house and the packing plant need each othcr.in order to be useful to you. be!n Cleveland, (). The men lieved thnl Ley cmill not b lourlifi! by the la Mr Liberty Bond !i iIiiiks of almost anv diameter whatever aro learnln Uielr mistake. The recent arrest and conviction and sentenrhu if men who have depended iinn ntlurlni; ada to lead I. lb erty Ilotid owners who needed the money Into their olllces ourM to hare a choline efTot upon "hi her brokers who have hull! their hope upon the same foundation. ladore Canti, pawnbroker of Far-rell- , I'a , wai arraigned and held on 11.000 ball for the November grand Jury session, lie advertised to buy bonds, and then offered the bend hold en who responded to his ad about 80 centa on the dollar for their bonds Pract'c- - Klndr.taj. Kind wurtls cost no mnn than tin kind ones. Kind word produce kind ncllons, not only Mi th tmrt if Kio to whom they nrc mfclrewil. but rn the part of thoso by nlmnt tlu-- nrc employed, mm this linliliticlly In tuo nf ho principle of nsnjclnllon. Jeremy IterilliHiii. 1.. Tfl No O.friM.rr An., mot n. rn Simple. Safe. date to Kiaturs. SL.1.;, s mi!, Ho .U1 Effective. UquiJ lu te.il. h ftrinf ta reL 1 uaacr tio stla. to bo laj.j (llrls arc nnttirnl bemily lovers. The inoiiL'iit kink eivc t ' tnelr i tress n tin. tirtde thev Ink,. In wlintever pretty mid becomlns. proves Hint. Hut Hie gin mm loves iicnuty must to put n higher estimate enrefut tint beauty of tirlclit eyes than that of n sweet soul. Da not vnl (lie sheen nf sill; nhove the charm kindly speech. In seeking beauty, not lose sight of the beauty which the highest of nil. C?ll ,.. ll,.lilu For SeUa It MoRobsrDruq Store nt COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. T T (iAKIIA HI) S Dailcy'a VS. PUBLIC RENTAL OF riUCl'IT COl'KT ilmr nnJ Urs. I I'lirs LEWIS B. FRANKLIN. Swift " & Company, U. S. A. l,w He argued to anone who questioned bis policy of cutting the market price of the bonds, that anyone had a rlslit to sell any bond ho owned at any price he chose to take--ancould Ret; and that anyone had a right to buy a bond at anv price he saw fit to offer and could get the bond for. H Is the same arrtlment which has been used by all of the bond price cutters. And In ordinary times It would hold, probably. Hilt Mr Rantz learned, when he was before the district attorney, that the I'nlted Statra la at war. and that there are. In consequence, limitations tsln activities which do not eilst In time of peace In otder to clre an eicuse for his on.rea price for the safest securities in me worm - uniiea states sovern- nient bonds .flanti was forced to ar- KU that they were not worth much more than that 1 1 f a nroieenllnn was therefore possible under the sedition Kentucky's Great Trots t. 16th FaU Meeting Sept. 12, 1918 30-Oc. lutl I'm., Ike Inturllr tr o i iHl.tf till llo.o, racing vi.I.- -l jioNiiu, si.rn.Mnrit ini so ,1 u, Trunin. 1 Kriiliubr ruhifllv (I.jrof..M.), ., tto Him, Trolling . .. , XlIN f la... Irultiuc I tea llai.. I'm log w eiiscMUV. ocTonr.it 1'orlng, rhornlt llolrl, I5 flaw. TrulliM HlII.W. v OCT01ir.lt J.000 The KrnliHl.1 t..rar..LI. a.owi Itrmlrr' Makr Trotting I, ism tsln f 1,010 111." I U... I'm lag Trolling I lie lloartl nr C irrre . Trulllng till ll, ricii'itnw, . ... 7 5. 5.000 A.OH0 I.OUO 1,000 I.S00 I.imki I.INKI miMitr, ocToimn iv. octoiihi raring III.IM1I 1.IHHI I.I1IHI . 1,000 1.500 I.ISMJ ttol (l. I'ailug IU, Tl't:s a till Il0 1:00 CIS... Trotting Has. 1'aclua TiivitsDW, The Traa.jltanla, ( Iom, Trotllug, Ilto tlass. Trolling, Ill ItaM. I'aclaf The lllue lira... t:ll Tba Islington till Clara. Trotting tilt llaoa. I'aiUig rniiiw, t.000 The .l.hUnd. t.II Irotllng t.l"W I'aiiug lulutllr ocTonrn j. UHK ,, I s.ooo tioa Clan. Tmllleg 0 Trolling 1.000 . Trollrr l,oo l.ooo Tllfnaniv, octoiikii 10 1,0011 t.MO , Trnlllag i tl 10 I(Is... Trolling 1.00H tiia Um. I'eelng . ,... orroncit I 1.000 tllo CU. f s.noo Tbrre'jeaj'-oli- l 9 1,000 Iroltcrs , . , ,,, t.oiw H.ITI'IIOIV, OCTOUEH 11 F1IIDAV AM' , l.UOU ANU It IlKlElUXU. 1,000 I, nisi 1,000 The rumWrlau.1. ttol lllnn.r Milr. (l.)r.r-nld.- ) Trnlllng tilkl . till tin... ( 0 S.ooo 4.ISHI II.., rtivnniiiv, ocronm rilm MHO I.0011 .,.... Most Noted Trotters and Pacers of America In Great Speed Contests Each Day W. 0. RIGNEf Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllce Phone 18. Resilience Phone 'M. W S I.ennett of un.town w.i ent to the worVhou.e within the last days Mr almllar suggestions, and few other cates are In procesa of beinf ptosecuted In the fourth federal dla- trlet at the present time. Lewi. n. Franklin, director of the United States war loan ornanliatlon. In addre.slnt a meetlne of the Liberty Loan county chairmen of thl, a'poin'in emphaslted forcefully the Importance i .. .i ,;,. ,.nrnP t ft keeping one's bonds, and of urging Crcck x Ra j.o w C!) luct so. other people to do tc the beginning, containing: 10 ncics being the same property convey, I ami cj to T. W. Dniley by Squire Moberly 'and wife, Deed Hook 12, page 00, "NOT A NATION" Garrard County Clerk's Office Tract No. 3: Heginning nt a bar They aald that we were not a nt the end of stone fence, comer to W. I!, Davis lot; thence with naid nation; Davis lot 40 2 W 02 poles to a Just a medley from various stake in said line corner to Lot No, landa; 12 (Eliza Easley); thence with said No national heart and no naNo. 12 S 52 K 27 poles to u stake in tional soul; said line, cornt. tJNo. 10, .Minerval With no hope and no with to Ijine Heirs; with said No. 10 Join hands. 77 4 poles tij a stune, corner to same and Snllee'a lot; thence with Nothing to hold ut together; Kallee's lot N. 10 W 20.10 poles to No alma and no dreams that 4 13 the ucKinnliiK. contalninc we shared; aires and beinir the same property conveyed to T. V. Dniley by Squire Ideals and backgrounds all dif.uoueriy una others, ueeil Hook 12, ferent; price 00, Gnrranl County Clerk's We couldn't make war If we Ullicc dared. 4. Ucgiiinini; lit a point Tract No. l .near a Kate post thence . 31 r. Then the word blared forth to 12.4 poles to a stone on bank of country, the creek, down same with meanders X. "Clou rankal For the Flag of id vt 7 poles to a larue sycamore us alll" mump; tnence . au w iu poles to n And the faith that brought ue stone on old line with same S 78 1.2 together V 2, CO poles to a Snmll elm bush; 6hone out at the Colors' call. thence S 5 E 10 poles to n stake near 1 rocK lence; tnence S 40 r. 8.U One cry came back from the poles to the hetrinnini;, enntnininj; 1 acres, ami buini; the name properpeople. ty conveyed to T. W. Dailey by W. T. From Latin and Norman and Davis and others. Deed Hook 10, Slav; pace to, warrant County Clerks "America I Freedom It threatOiricc. ened! The purpose of this eale is to sell J "Take all that we are and sulficient of said real estate to sat-- 1 have. Isfy the lien debt of the Kentucky liurai creiilt Association uinountlnK "We know what we sought when to $3,027.75 anil the estimated cost we came here; herein, amounting to 1100.00. "What we're working for, TEKMS; every-one- , "And that work has bound ui The sale will be made on n credit together, of six and twelve months and the It will hold till eternity's Iiurchascr will be required to execute approved security for the done. purchase price, due in six and twelve months respectively, beurinir interest "We give you our Uvea and our at six per cent per annum from date dollars. until paid, having the force and efwe will fight; "We will work fect of a judgment upon which ex. we will die; ecution may issue, payable' to W. II. "For the faith that ha bullded Urown, Master Commissioner of the a nation Garrard Circuit Court, and u lien will "Frem the four winds of earth, be reserved upon the property sold and the tky." until all the purchase money is paid. Lucy Jeanne Price. W. II. BROWN. Jl. C G. C C, J. E. Itoblnton, Att'y for I'llTs. it r- Defendants, I ur-u- n ,t to h judgment rendered as tie Auirut Term. 1018. the un. ilcruencd omnussioncr will sell at publu nuction to the highest anil best Milliter uefi ro the Court House door in Iiiiciistcr. Ky . nt 1 1 oclocK A M , or tlivrcnliout.-,- . on MONDAY. SKI'l'K.MUKi: US, 1018, it beintr the hr t dny of the (inrrnrd Counts Ccjrt Tirm, n sulficient umcuti. o' 'he real ectate memiut.? . in the pleadinRi to satisfy the lie debt of defendant, Kentucky Rural Credit Association, amountine; t3 $:i,027 7f. nnd tliu estimated cost of this action nniountini; to $100.00, satii real estate diJcnUeil as follows In Garrard County, Kentucky, nni e'Mi 'ivscriueu as follows ouuri Tract No 1 : Ilcirinninic at n fenc V post line down with same N 19 U.74 chains corner to same: thence N 30 W 1G 12 chains corner to T. W. Dniley. with tame S 41 W 22.-1chains to n lecusf tree, corner to K John l.nml, with same S SO Hi Stl chains to an ancle of stone V ,T chains fence S "5 to n stone. thence a new line runnini; with larce oak tree as side line S 31 4 K l chains to a stone; thence S lil' 4 r. ti.o i chains to a point on i;one fence with same N 10 4 W 8.2b chains to the beginning, containing 0 acres, tielni; same property con veved to T. V Dallev hv William Hurton's linrs, Deed Hook .'10, page i,ji', unrinnl County Clerk s off ce Tract N'o 2. Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, on I'aint Lick iCreek and bcginnine at noint in I'aint I Creek corner to J, W. Davis lot; ':it-I tnence W nis line to same a 3U 30 -- poles to a at the end corn'er0 same anj f 8ne fenc 10 W- - H Mcriman land, heirs: thence with line of W. II. Meriman S 25 K 38.C0 poles to a locust tree corner ( ito same; thence S 10 E 20 poles to a I stone corner to same and Lot No 10, ' ''fVfU nc Wlt a nm Davis N 3" K Poles to stake cor. ' fi"'' Ll" l.i lev a IIr an. f'i - mrnmu at COOITY 1 FABM Wednesday, Sept 10 8th o'clock a. m. 'XVtT". X"Z rrii. $h ,,,. including 45 acres for corn, 30 acres for meadow and 8 acres for tobacco. Good residence, tenant house, barn and out buildings Eight miles from Richmond on the Ford pike. The renting will be held at the residence. Z. T, BICE, Richmond, Ky, acting for Mrs. Zelia Donelson. SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT C0DRT This settlement made with G. T. Ballard, Jr., Sheriff of Garrard County of his uccounts for revenue for the year 1917 by V. A. Doty, Coni'r. for the Garrard County Fiscal Court, this Mar. 1st. ivis. To Amount of Revenue charged to Sheriff, iv J I 1ntl nt SI. TiO each. To Bunk of Bryantsville T.. riityena K'ntiomil Bank . To National Bank, To Gnrranl Bank and Trust Co of I'aint Lick To Peoples Bank To Omitted List, $207.25 o Omitted rolls, 6(i at l.au Tl nn.l Tel Co . Franchise To "Herea Telephone Co., Franchise, lo liryantsviue leiepnone VO., I1.. I nnd N. It. It. Bal. 1310. Franchise r.. i',,r.,Kurl,in.l tvietihntio Co.. Franchise. To Adams Kxprcss Co.. Franchise, To l'astm Telephone Co., Franchise To I. and N. It. It. 1'.'17 Franchise WITH FISCAL ......... .......... ..... ..... ... . in,.,l. .. $34410.49 42G1.50 74.80 424.02 343.8G 198.00 109.00 103.C2 84.00 21.65 1.4C .. . 4.78 368.14 ,3S 12.01 13.03 927.38 $41358.72 $112.50 1006.50 51.47 141.52 44.35 29.50 $1418.81 600.00 1397.59 619.50 3538.01 3823.35 30160.80 $39939.88 , By By By By By By 93 I'olts Kxonerated ut $1,50. . 071 I'olls Delinquent nt 1,60 Fenerations J102.95, Duplicate assessments $28,905.00 Delinquent Tersonalty, $8,H70.00 Land sold to County and State $5,901.00 ....... ... .. $39939.88 By 10 per cent, on first $5000.00 By 4 per cent on residue $34939.88 By 4 per cent, collectng School Tax, $12987.60,. By Bond Claims, liy Miscellaneous vouchers, By Treasurer' Receipts, ................ ............ ... $39939.88 Respectfully submitted, ., Said settlement was filed. Examined . the FUcal Court. - W. A. DOTY, Coni'r. and approved April 3, 1918, by -- The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12 1918. been told o often'thAt Ve were'no Rood, thnt their prisoners express a big surprise nt our Rood show on the field and I hnve yet to find a "Hun" 5 who wasn't tickled to know that he L was a prisoner in our hands and not J in the German lines to be forced to fight. Our Company was the first to take some prisoners here (on this Eyes Tested Free. front) and this "of course" is worthy to mention. Am fully expecting to Glasses Fitted. sec their finish soon, as I think by Repairing Done Promptly. this time thnt this has even begun to creep into their hard hends. Some ns $2.00 Alumino Frames best Lenses tiling U.NUSUAL, for n Heinle you know. Had a letter from Judge Aluminn Frames, cable Temple best Lenses II.00 Wnlker last month, in which ho said Gold filled Riding How Temple best Lenses I.50 Onrrnrd was doing its bit. Rind to 0.00 Gold Filled, Cable Temple best Lenses know this for 1 never wished the "Ijind of Now" to shrink on its "duty. Sheltex It. G. F. M. 10 M-$0.00 to $10.00 Havc lots to tell you and the people SIU.OO to S1G.00 Kryptoks, best Lenses back home nbout this game when I 'A get back, ns the Censor will not per Toric Sphero Cylinder $7.50 to $10.00 mit me to mention our doings. Again ovcr Mount's Hardware Store, Office thanking you and wishing you the I am, very best of health, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Sterling J. Hcrron, V5 18th. Co., 2nd. Hatt. IS Kegt. .Marines, Has-eldeAmerican Exp. Forces, France, that when 1 get home want P. S. You can say to father and my to get into the Rcnl Estate business friends that I am still on top. fold it nwny with him as 1 have hail some experiDEMOCRATIC NOMINEE KIRBY. I'raire thc power that has made and ence in that line "covering ground". preserved us a nation. Mr. W. S. Carrier has Just return 1 wish I had a nickel Mrs. .Marin Kirby breathed her lat for every mile I FOR THE SENATE have traveled I would cot a 18 hour "1 trom the bedside of his son, Mr. Then conquer we must, for our cause about three o'clock last Saturday it is just ,nftcrnoon nt the Klnnaird homo on The name of Governor A. O. Stan- pass, buy me an airplane and come r,lass Carrier, at Fort llliss Texas, "e reports that Glass is improving And this be our motto, "In God is our Danville street in this city, nnd after ley will appear upon the official bal- home to see you. trust", funeral services bv her tinstor. Iter. VV rom illness, and hh When I pot your letter with the nftcr DEMOCRATIC TICKET. lot as the democratic candidate for banner in Ui!on, at the house nn Sunday f tio ITnltcvl Sl.iteo Snnntnr nt the No. Rood V, S. Money in it, I got it '"ends here and elsewhere will be in And this star spangled For United Statu Senator. ',epl1 K1"'1 triumph we furl, Gl know wi'l afternoon her remains were nlared FWticn. Senator James, changed into French money and A. O. STANLEY, eould have seen the Indeed be glad to hear from all his W hen Democracy is made safe for at rest In the Unca.ler cemetery. h n.eolvv.1 the nomination nt the wishott-vo- u ,he world. ,tm confined in the of Henderson, Kentucky. Kr more than a yenr Mrs. Klrby had August primary having died, it be- - Francs that I got. I was some rich, ricmJs Rs he neen mi acute sullerer from a comns the French people talk about nospiuu, and nis present mures is Congress For Private Glass H. Carrier, plication of diseases, nnd as she had francs the same ns we in the state A WORD TO PATRONS OF U. S. A. Base Hospital, Ward 31, failed rapidly during the last week, HARVEY HELM, talk about dollars. We say for inFort Ullss, Texas, her death although a shock of Stanford, Kentucky: stance, that it is worth so many dolRURAL MAIL ROUTES. to her family nnd the terrible comentire lars, the French say it is worth so Mrs. many francs, nnd n franr is worth The rural mail service was estab munity, was not unexpected. A BEAUTIFUL SERVICE The State Executive nnd LmmmxmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW lished for the accommodation nbout 18 cents in our monev. nnd I of jMrby t the time of her death was of the Lmmmm'jmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmU Central Committees Sunday morning, o most im rural patrons, at a considerable out M'pronrhing her (With enr. had 11 francs for the $2.00." Democratic Party have nomiwori1 'hat we could say would Seems and sounds funny, doesn't it? i Prcjssive i ervice was held at the lay upon the part of the government! and for the maintenance of this service. add to the loving memory of this in memory nated Governor Stanley to fill Mama nnd Papa, dear, I think of Christian church you all dally and I would like to have honor of the boys who have answered Naturally the goxernment expects truly consecrated woman; n daughthe vacancy in the nomination nana with me so we could visit the tne country's call, from the church thc hearty cooperation of the patrons ter of the late Willmm It. ami I'aUy caused by the death of Senator WWW M Kinnnird, she was bom ami lived ns a token of their appreciation. "old time" farms where they thrash nnd Sunday .chool. And the Governor' James. Special music for this occasion was out their wheat in their own barns, as First, the roads must be kept puss her dnys in Garrnrd county and name will appear upon the baland she was known to all. A they do not know what such a thing arranged by Mrs. Noland and her ex able, in ns good condition ns possible, lot at the November election ns a thrasher looks like. Their barns cellcnt choir: thj; duet by .Misses in order that the enrrier may he able member of the l'resbyterian church are built right along side of their Johnson nnd Dunn and the solo by to travel them nt all seasons of the from her childhood, she was ever a as the standard bearer of his Lear were well ) homes and I go out to watch them 1Ilss year without danger to himself or his zealous worker in church affairs, ami party. as it certainly is interesting. lered. So if you equipment. have not in any tausc that was worthy, she was Some democrats in Kentucky Thr honor roll was called and the worked your dirt road and put it in especially acthe nnd n tivicher in These people here where I am quar- -' thought the Committee should the Sabbath School, and the little tered put me in the mind of being nt parents or nearest relative present good condition and it becomes have ordered a primary or a home as they have plenty of milk and Rve tne latest news from the boy. do not complain if ser- children, who were so fond of her. wa rnos' gratifying to hear of the vice is cut on from thnt particular nnd to whom she gave her fondest convention to select the nom-inee.b- ut (butter, and when I want a glass o' milk or some eRgs I just go in nd wonderf ul service these young men portion of the road this winter. love nnd attention will miss her sadGOVERNOR A. O. STANLEY. the law of the after ., ,1... nre rendering nnil their rnni.l ... . . u l .. This will most assuredly be done, ns ly. She was also one of the most , . , . , from nrivnte In t.pulpnnnt. K..r,-..aState was examined carefully came the duty of the ucmocr.iuc. -. ., , . ... . .. . . ' - Uncle Sam does not either require or active and faithful members of the i biuic lulu lu mi: uii 11 uuc iuiivii. nun id It was the opinion Ot tne leaU- - -- omnmiecs ior iw nd etc. Itradley llournc had the local W. C. T. V., nnd this organiza If Madame party a can I date. Governor ,it down and eat it. w!)1 fijc .t or m (1istincton nf answering to his name, expect his carriers to expend several tion will miss her sadly from p ing attorneys, who advised the busy hours going over a few miles of road their . ... , "-- j .Niamey urn i..c l ns ,1C j4 , 0 :u fur ouir h. Charitable, yet unassum-hnv- e which with n few hours labor could counsels. imn v.oimimiee il... uic.u fore the Committees, received all the !"'r charities, there are a great ; been placed in a condition lh:il!'nK Z-'r"provision of law . authorizing votes except one. The Committees Ma- - stars, the means in English, No, no, not nt all, wouldhave rendered them traversible number of people, both white and , the calling of a primary to fill received hundreds of letter, request- - or somethi active service, and one gold star in a fourth of the time. Get them "lack '" cherish her memory the vacancy in the nomination 'ing the nomination of Governor Stan-- 1- Al) certaIn, havc com.lfor Heldel Sanford, who lost his life out of the creek and in n condition ' for ""' kindly act which she did for Iey' by.tho Committees, which ind.when it was to be traveled in minimum time them. and it was the duty Of the Com-- ! nuarte linj our eata can on the Jacob Jonr ' N death that has occurred in Lan- not be beat. The "Orderly Room" is ruch by a submarine. Put your boxes uiKiiecurely and so mittees to select the nominee. choice of ,hc rt The roll was called by Mrs. George they will bo readily accessible to the raster in recent years has cast a a private home and that is where I We believe the action of the shadow of sorrow than that of am quartered. It certainly seems Robinson, after which she read, most as he is not required to leave Committees meets the approval Mrs. Klrby, she was known to m GENERAL REGISTRATION stranRe to me to be behind lace cur- - impressively the following lines to his vehicle under any circumstances, of the democrats of the State. 'tains and sec once more paper on the the Service Flag, written by .Mrs. J. nml if your box is not accessible, he Many, and loved by all who knew Under the broad authority given walls A. Anion may at his option pass it without her, and thc hearts of the entire comAt the request of the Courier-Journ- al o. ue.eiwe that democrats give me nemucny vouncua general reg- -' Tho man nm,, wife whcre , , LINES TO THE SERVICE FLAG. serving it. During a heavy snow munity were saddened by her taking, is made for provis.on In deepest sympathy for uarterC(, are nicc should their views by writing to the istration of all the people in each be th spcak mtle as can possil)ly Oh! nay can you see by the churclisn you so as clear the way about jour nml all join in their irreperable loss. Ensli8lli and box to enable service to and the family dim light; Committees, more than two County of the State. In the future, i , , Frnrn ReWhat so proudly we hail us the ser- from it without inconvenience. thousand letters were received tho date yet to be fixed, a Keneraljfine am, , fccl , if , m away from member the carrier has probubly n vice flag flying? ATIAUCTION. home at work and boarding at a pri Who3c broad band and bright stars hundred other boxes to serve besides and all except seven asked the; resummon o. au persons ' county over sixteen years win oe re- vatc home. On Saturday, Sptembr iMh at yours, the days are short and he must Committees to make the nomi- quired- to meet in their respective thro this world war's great fight. I have so much to tell altho there Represent our brave boys who are get home before night, nnd Hint your two tlilrtv the school house nnd lot nation and almost universally school districts and register their is u certain amount that I can write, help and cooperation is not only his ut Buckeye will be sold at public fighting and dying asked that Governor Stanley name giving their age and occupa- one really get started on a subject An,i This the K0, star no fair and the blue just due, but will enable him to ren- auction to the highest bidder. be made the nominee. In nam- tion, nnd state tho amount they have . and then he realizes that he has made Is a very desirable piece of property der you more efficient service. ones right there, ing Governor Stanley at this subscribed for Liberty Loan Bonds, m,,tak and has to start ovcr atrain. fi The war has sadly depleted the and prospective buyers can see Mr. f all that usir boys nre Saving Stamps, the Red Crow , the F'rcnch home ,PV neople nH ranks of thc rural rifrriers and the old Otcnr Ray at Buckeye of Miss Jennie time the party becomes' once Wr smethln lik0 '0U"-- ' All hail to the'. tar spangled flag. carriers, many of them, are serving Higgins, nt Lancaster, concerning more united. purpose er 9.12-3- 1 nnd when they go out, they have a the year rouml without a days rest thc terms. may it save Before Governor Stanley was This is one of the biggest undertak- pair of wooden slippers they slip on. The )am of thc tree nnd t,1() llomv of and they are entitled to every aid nominated the Committees ings in the State, and will be the perThe colored troops are known to! and assistance you may be able to WE BUY OLD (he hravel FALSE TEETH. sought the advice of many fecting of organizations for each the French'as thc "Black Faced! render them. I Americana". We pay from '2.00 to $35.00 per prominent democrats of KenFrom the shores dimly seen our trans advertisement will be given of the Guess you can tell fre,;n the papers set (broken or not). We also pay acports nre going, tucky, including Senator Beck- big undertaking and the people ad MR FARMER that value diamonds, old Gold, Americans are doing a won thc haughty thought it was the! vised of the aims and purpose of this 'Jcrful amount of work and, ere long, Whilecilenccfoesreposes, hosts in dread I have I HO bushels of tho Marvel tual and for ham, who Bridge-worSilver Send at registration is had due publicitv Unil they will put an end to it all. duty of the Committees to make What Is that which the breeze on the ous or Peck Wheat that is perfectly once by parcel post and receive cash registration. ScTno of the general free from smut nnd as good as I ever by return mall. church wall is blowing? the nomination and afte' Gov-- ; counties in Kentucky have already Please do not worry over me, as I nnd MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY sample at Stanley was nomtnnted ha4 It ami are greatly pleased of the am well and enjoying myself after As it gracefully hangs, half conceals, saw. bee my lumber the Itecord U. ernor Dept. X, 2007 So. 5lh St., office. ficc or at from the wny they arc going half dcscloses Com- organization acquired in this way. thoroughly approved the A. F. Sanders. 9.Z.2t-d- . PhiUd.lphU, Pa. tho Kaiser they wilt' soon have his The hearts that are aching, thc homes mittees"' actions and made it "goat". Tell all my friends hello that are breaking. convenient to call upon the new WHAT SHALL WE EAT DUR- for me. In full glory reflecting thc price we I close asking God to bless you all, are pitying. nominee and pledged his hearlooking to Him for guidance and All hail to thc star spangled flag, ty support to the party's candi- ING THE COMING WINTER? strength and trusting all to Him, '.V may it save date. Governor Stanley and With love and sweet kisses. T he land of tho free and the home easily question This li Senator Beckham will probably asked thann Hnswcred. moio shelves Your son, Hilly! of the brave I The appear upon the stump togeth- of the storeroom und pantry of the Address Corp. Wm. F. Miller, Oh! where is that band of Frencher over the State and all f ac- average housewife bear less tanned M. G. Co., 61 Infantry, Regt. With the view of discontlnueing my drug men so brave? tional bitterness that has divi- fruit and preserves than in many Somewhere In France, I Y., A. K. V. Who plighted their lives in our own business, on account of my health, I offer my ded the party in recent years years; the blackberry, always looked A . P. 0 No. 777, Via N. Revolution? stock of High Grade will now disappear and the upon ns tho poor man's friend, was a Their spirits have prompted our own On Active Service with the complete this year, the strawnominee should be elected un- berry and failure , boys to leave, rnspberry crops were short U. S. Marine Farces Operating thru For the Western Front and the war's der these circumstances by the and very hlyh, nnd there waa perhaps German Lines. desolation. Aug. 10th. 1U18, old time democratic majority. never such a scarcity of fruit in the America's sons answered thc call county, neither apples or peaches My Dear Mr. Farra; without fear, Had intended to write you a letter By appointment of the Gov are to be had. The continued dry weather during of thanks before for your appreciated And said, at his tomb, "Lafayette, This is n rare opportunity to buy paint fur Immediernor, Hon. George B. Martin, the height of the vegetable season favor of helping mo in that work, wo are here." ate or future use at n price impossible to duplicate. Paints of Cuttiesburg, will represent made the crop exceedingly short, and while I was in tho States. Have been All hail to the Star Spangled flag, will be higher next sprint!. It will pay you to buy now und may it save Kentucky in the United Stntes unless wc have a long autumn with a busy Marine since landing over lay aside for spring use. Senate, filling the vacancy frost holding off for some time, wo here, and yet I am enjoying the very The land of theI free and the home of the brave Also a large stock of WINDOW GLASS to be closed out. caused by the death of Senator may not have many vegetables "put best of health and the country agrees up". However without early frost, with me fine. Am sure you know James. Oh I thus let it wave, for our boys who there is a possibility of late beans, the part the Marines are playing, so While the new Senator has corn, and tomatoes and a liberal sup- you can still say a good word for us. stand never been actively engaged in ply of these commodities to fill the I find the "Heinles" to be greatly Between their loved homes, and wild war's desolation. politics as nn office seeker, he depleted stock of eatables against outclassed when they run up against the boys of Uncle Sam, and they have When come victory and peace, as w - the coming winter. Senator incorporated. Martin is regarded as one of KHAKI COLUMN fl.M a year, j tj1(J nblost and most successful issued Weekly. IS lawyers in the State and a gen-R.- A J. E. KOBINSON. Editor. ami Mgr. pieman of the highest character KLKIN. Local Editor I Sunday, Aug. IS, nml nintrritv. thnrnnirhlv dem- Kt" tntrrrd l Iba I'ott Office In I "Somewhere in France." ocrntic in all his views and can M PMOnd Dim Mill Mlcr. Dearest Mother, be depended upon to carry out Sisters nml Bros., Father, (Srannie, Uember Kentucky Press Aasocistlon Senator James' plans and polislid A few lines to let my dear ones cies as nearly as any one who bock home in ilenr old Sunny Ky Eighth District Publishers League. could have been selected. The know 1 urn well and happy nml enjoyRates For Political Announcements nuw Senator will stand by the ing my "visit" In France, and hope ' the time this reaches you it will For Precinct and Citv Offl.'es ...S S.00,p)Cg(lcnt fa his War policies nil In ll. lw.. l,nU 10.00 "or County Offices. and be active and industrious bcaut.fu, rnys o' 15. 00 tor State and District Office , nm not s ,0 busy nowbut nt tmt .10 in carrying out the Nation For Calls, per line little .10 war program in every respect. I have plenty to do, nltho For Cards, per line Kentucky's junior member of, work hurts no one and really makes For all publications in the inter, n ot h'm- - This Is the first est of individuals or expresthe Senate will taken high po- time I was ever so far nwny from sion of Individual views, per sition in that great body and hompof cour9C , havc befn0 ,,alnt .10 line .05 his constituents will be proud Uck( nryantsville nn.l Stanford, and Obituaries, per line of the record he will make ill. a few places hut this place has them tne snort lime inni ne is per nil beat. Lancaster, Ky., September 12. 1918 Tell my old friend Mr. J. S. mittcd to serve. I Party. an active The Central RecordJen Democratic interest in the rarrUraP-artBrytrtirtararajRlP- I I J. M. METCALF OPTICIAN . 3 i I ft ' if ' 'iH r. " "I, 'r .,,,.,. d::.;u,n:":.-ih- ' I1""' t; a I House ami Roof Faint at Cost i if I I 1 1 I I I I i 1 I entire ROOF and PAINTS and VARNISHES at COST. HOUSE ! I i has for a number of years tak- The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12, 1918. t T Mailable and Cast Range $85. Cast Cooks SI5. and Oliver Rld-ln- g & $35, Gossip About People "ve $30. Fence-somet- and Walking Plows. Cambric hing new Best and Strongest Fence made. American National Fence 62c. Wheat Drills, iMtlcrs Scales. Jno Deere Wagons. Bale Ties. Depot Carriage and second hand buggy cheap. Lot cut nails 3 A Brief g McMfon umni iy of iht Coming tr.d inotc nx rre inicrcncu in. Miss Annie Austin has accepted n position with the Joseph Mcrcnntlc Co. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The CI Deal House. Miss florcncc Acton left Tuesday, for Georgetown to enter the College there. Miss Allh.ftr Mattinply of Lebanon is the curst of Miss Annie Margaret Klkln. Mrs, Jennie Williams of Somerset, I A. S. HATFIEbD, i i is the truest of Mrs. Owsley, on Stan-- 1 ford street. Dentist. I'HOM.S Ollice r. .Mrs, Adolph Joseph of Louisville, Is visiting Mrs. Hliinbeth Joseph, for a few days. Miss Sallle l.utr. has returned home ten dnjs In London with relatives. Residence 37 after spending Kj?. buncdster, .Mrs. Cleveland Itose is spending a few dajs with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. IM Perkins. Mi.c Tommie Francis is !n Richmond this week visiting her sifter, Mrs (. A. Itallew. 1 FRESH STOCK & CANNED STOCK (!) I i (!) Our FRESH STOCK arrives every day. Our CANNED STOCK arrives every icaion. THE SUPPLY IS CONSTANT THEREFOR our t helves nre always filled with goods nt THEIR BEST We hnve intact connections with a market whose products arc recognized to be of the highest quality. (!) (!) Miis Mayme Walter spent the d in Stanford the guest of Mrs. R. L. Hubble. week-en- it (!) Miss Chritine Sanders left Tuesday for Oxford Ohio, where she will enter Oxford College. Mr. Roger Aldridge Is attending Misses Florence Johnson, May.ve the State Knlr this week. Stormcs Dunn nnd Edna Bert.cle reMr. J, K. Robinson Is In Louisville, turned Wednesday to Lexington to complete their course at Stntc Uniattending the' State Fair. versity. Miss Sallie Tlllctt Is visiting relaMisses Angic Kinnnird and Frankle tives In Danville this week. KnulTman of Lancaster were In town .Mrs, James Rob-- ' Mrs. Ethel Darnold and Miss Kdnn .Monday, shoppng Gullcy were visitors In Danville Mon inson, Mrs. J. V Elmore and Mis-day. Ueltic West of Lancaster, were in town Monday shopping.. Mrs. Luthei Mr. Robert Kinnaird made n Oibbs and daughter Miss Elizabeth, trip to Cleveland Ohio, the past were In town Monday, shopping. Miss week. Glbhs will leave shortly for WashingMr, Arbor Lee, wife nnd children ton where she will enter Chcvey were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. 1). Chase for the coming year... Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Marksbury, Mrs. Clay Lee, Sunday. r, Sutton, !ln. Louis ljindrani, of Mr. Herbert Mnjiaird of Peoria, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Howard Illinois, is viitlng Misses Lillian and Rice, of Richmcnd Indiana, spent Kate Kinnairl, Saturday in town the guests of Mrs. Mrs. Russell Ilroun who has been James Kinnaird. Mrs. Rurnside of was in town Saturday, In Stanford for some time returned Danville Messenger. home Tuesla. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Carpenter and Mr. Eugene Aldridge has arrived from Kansas City, Mo. He came Mr. and Mrs. Walter llammack, arrived in Lancaster last Thursday home to register. evening, having motored through Miss Eliza Smith was in Stanford from Hendersonsville, N. C, in Mr. the past week the guest of .Mrs. J. C. Carpenter's car. They left Lancaster Fox ami daughters. abouTa year ago and have been connected with the Hendcrsonsvilllo Mrs. Ora Moore and Mrs. Sam An Motor Car Co., until several weeks derson of Ilryantsville'spent Monday ago, when they sold out their interwith Mrs. II. D. Lee. est in the business and decided to reMrs. Emma Iligginbotham has re- - turn to Kentucky. Mr. Carpenter has ticcerted a good turned home nfter spending several position with the Garrard Milling Co, weeks in the county. and will take up his new duties at Miss Kaustinc Cooper of Somerset once. Mr, Hammack is undecided was the attractive week-en- d guest of ns to what he will do at present, but Miss Margaret Cook. it is hoped he will remain with us. We welcome these good people Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walker, Jr., left Wednesday afternoon for Louisville back again. to attend the State Fair. BOURNE-ANDER- SON A goodly number of Lancaster people arc attending the State Fair. flerea College Is ono of tho few schools that has actually Increased in numbers slnco the War. Tho fait is, Iho school with Us five tlcpartmtii has not been ahle to receive all's ho nnnllnri. hut Ihrnn MftU. I.itll.l t t, unr opened the first rear of tho War LOCUST GROVE HONOR ROLL FIRST GRADCi Louise Preston, Hubert Preston, Theodora Stinnett, Elzie Prnther. PresSECOND GRADEi Wllbcrt ton, Elven Grow, Cecil McWillinms, Lurn Humphrey, Frank Lane, THIRD GRADEi Earnest Preston, Cora Preston, Hnttie Preston, Lucy Spenke, Scott Grow, Clyde Preston, Elizabeth Humphrey, Gracie M. Humphrey. FOURTH GRADEi Ilertic Estes, Stella McWilliams. SIXTH GRADEi Zclda Onstott, Elvaree Speakc, SEVENTH GRADEi Alberta Speakc. "EFORT OF THE CONDITION BANK. i.Vo. OK I.W'I WKII. K r The Close of Bmicea. Ana 31 1918 KKfOlWCES. Lj.tllii MIKl (HeirtrHfl. 'lUlOUUU C) Sander's Variety Store. I WE SELL FOK LESS. 8 LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Miss Kathcrine Uournc of Danville .Margaret Cook, left this week Ml was the attractive guest of Miss for Danville, where she will resume I'lorence Acton, Saturday. her studies nt K. C. W. (I) .Air Dan Collier Elkin, of Atlanta, Mr. Hilly Mason made n (lying trip (a., is spending a week with his to Ijinsing Mich., the past week to mother. Mrs. It. I. Elkin. bring back a car for Haselden Ilros. Miss Cecil Elliott of California, is .Mrs. Joan Ball has returned from (!) cxpeetcd this week for a visit to her an extended visit to her daughter, mother, Mrs. Juan Elliott. Mrs. Ilohon Campbell, at Stanford. Misses Ruth Carrier and Mary Lee Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Oibbs nnd Lear will leave soon to enter HamilMiss Sue Shelby M.uon nre attending ton College, at Lexington. the State Fair in Louisville this week. Mrs. Dnrnold of Maysville, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Miss Ellin Lunsford returned to Smith on Danville Avenue. Cincinnati, Wednesday, after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives here. Miss Dorothy Dunlap spent the in Richmond with her Light. week-enMr. R. II. Itatson has returned friend, Mrs, Cieorge Itallew. from a delightful trip to Colorado .Miss Snllie Elkin left Sunday for Springs nnd other interesting points. Washington, I). C, to visit her brothMiss Mildred Bcniley has returned er. Mr. W. S. Elkin and wife. home from a ten days visit to her Mrs. Annie Hubble has secured cousin. Miss Anna Morford Jones at rooms in town and will jnovc here Winchester. for the benefit of the school. Mrs, Herndon Dudley left WednesMisses Mary Owsley ami Wilma day for Louisville to spend several Henry leave Saturday for Lexington, days with her husband who has a good position there. to enter Transylvania College. r unci .Ml 14.1 The marriage of Miss Minnie Ilourne, and Mr. Jesse Anderson, was solemnized at Stanford Satlirday, Sept. 7th. in the presence of a few intimate friends nnd relatives. Whille the popular couple had been sweet hearts for some time their marriage came as n surprise to many. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bourne of this county and is quite attractive, popular and accomplished. The groom is one of Boyle county's most prominent farmers, nnd is worthy of the fair bride he has won. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will go to housekeeping on the farm of Mrs. Annn Hubble, near Hubble, she being n sister of Mr. Anderson. No more popular couple was ever known than Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, and their many friends wish for them a long and happy married life. if hout ill . ii ... l:oiMiMi.dctrtltlfai4 ptDiu-i- l f UCI uni n curt KH rtj rt .. $.'o ti to ft'Ciire cir.VMIU rr j ai m unpUtlK..! 1 OMIlt'ti io.ho ii.&0 fti LajH to 10 I 3.HC Wl It, .tr cvut eihi r rl ati r !. tnti itmt iifltKltre ntuCkf) ti u uii tin. : H til H' 'iir'l Mt.i k (.") ritittll lirti Mr I'. r im ut mIiii- - ul IiiLiijk tiotm-- . f.Uti W V'urijiluremul flimrt-BwtttiHH, r Lawful -tti t mil i ;.I0f hi i.it A O W miIi in ijtult iiuil nt-iiPinuiiU 1nt (mm ititltMi il litnir II nk ZT.n U WfrZZ" t R tin ImiuW rntmle isf. irj ur limn nf rrii'im & ttnk mitl orhtfr rush Hem it!n' lurn I 1111. with V, H. Trtn " urr mxi liif from I' H.lrfii I. Itir ctt(fnitf ul Ttirift i W Ml l,4i.' tnii-- aftiljowntil T" '0 Total tu.i.ou n LIABILITIES 7 CriiAltockpaM in M.ooooo w,vw w OUipiUIIIIUi 51 Utiumtlcl iruliu,ti . In Lrciirrrnt expnf flr t trrtst lUittAYf taltl ,ifif27Tt Amouut tttrrx?fi lor luxe accrtml I.Tfs IH ClrculRtfliK Notv vulftandluir ,t W.iHJ (O IittllvMualik'potUi fiibtfcl :t'3 tocliica. Total . . iat.rH M flTATIOF K EJtTVC t BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER. KY. jj i i . jj . All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the First and Second issue with this bank, itnd who want the same converted into bonds bearing 4 14 per cent interest will please notify us as soon as possible so that we may arrange for Respectfully, the conversion. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. NOTICE OK LANCASTER. 6 W 'We Citizens National Bank KV. FOR THE BREEDERS OF POLAND CHINAS "EVERY POLAND CHINA BREEDER A JOURNAL READER." Are you feeding the practical hog of the day? The quick mnturiiic; kind that will always assure you u top price on the market! 10 LAN I) CHINAS have established them-reivwithout u iiuestlon as the premier pork producers of the time. Don't feed u slacker hot,', but semi them to market, wciKht for market knowing they nre carrying maximum toppers, HEAD THE POLAND CHINA JOURNAL AND GET THE TACTS. $1.00 territory. of (lives you the news of the breed, sale reports, und item interest for the breeder. Write for a copy of Aug lOlli. IMIOGRESS NUMBER of 101 paces. Our corps of eipsrt fUldmsn serve you without charge. K. E. TRAKFORD, Mt. Vernon, Ind.. K.pr.nnLtive in this er Year. $2.00 for Three Years. THE POLAND CHINA JOURNAL 031 Wyandotte St. KANSAS CITY. MO. f'aMr uaoicI batik, to solemnly true to the tet late me lit e, , ny, Mrs. Fisher Herring of Lancaster, iuu imiiii, 'ZrZZ,"y-has been selected and appointed by 7iil)irrllft1 autl avtnm in l eftirr ahlr. nth tbU P. the Council of Defense in Garrard day of Sept I'M. W. . ( ham.uiarj i'jdiic. My ("nimiiimliiu em trenllnri l. mv, County ns the Official Historian for I (,'obkht Attest: Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and father this county for the World War. Misses Elizabeth nnd Patsy Antler- W M KtlloTT ) J. E. Htoimii. Mr. Fox, spent the week-en- d Dfrectnrf , in On account of her recognized abilleft last week for Jenkins Ky., Louisville, with Mr. Adolph Joseph ity as a writer her appointment will they have accepted good Iron at Camp Taylor. be approved by the cntre "County as the proper one to have been selected Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee and chilMrs. Will Rnney nnd daughter, for this important work. The public REPORT OF THE CONDITION Miss I va, and Mrs. Brayflcld are in dren motored from Louisville Satur- will be asked to supply her with the Louisville this week nnd will attend day and spent Sunday with Mr. nnd nece.sary hooka in which to keep the Mrs. II. D. J.ce. the State fair. record nnd us she completes u book Mr. M. 0. Aldridge arrived home the same will be filed in the County Mr. W. C. Davis returned home Bank Monday after a ten days visit with last week from n trip to (Inry, Ind., Clerk's OlTicc of the county ns an In these books will be record. his daughter, Mrs. Malone, nt Camp- - and Kansas City, Mo., and is iuitc the names, ages, date of enlistment sick nt his home on Danville Street. hcllsville, hy. (IK I SCAM Mi. KV.. AT I1IK of all the soldiers who leave this Mr. Bradley Bourne was a visitor j County and go into the service, Mr. ami Mrs. John Murphy left for and Close of Business, Aug 31, 1918 their home in Indianapolis, last week in ouin.um ine past weeK. ne nas'witn such additonal record ns the MiOVVXV.8. nfter a very delightful visit to r. la recently been transferred from the In,torian mnJ. fim, rj(;ht am, propcr Lustisu0 It WWI H Navy to the Aviation department. tives and friends here. to add. Of course, any acts of spec Urvrilmll. uiut- S l7.iC4l lircil II.1U lal service of the soldier will be the V.l'1141'euriil U itiijtru to vi'lll( 1l s I I llouiu Mrs. Ethel Darnold and Miss Edna Mesdamej Joe H. Robinson and 1!. wi,u Mr nhil u In addition to Gulloy, left Tuesday for Winnepeg, 1,. Dlkin and Miss Joan Mount were subject of comment. U. s, Uouds su J certlllciKs n history of the soldiers the Historian ot ln1eLlcilnr4t j'ltdcM Canada, where they will again tench i'i 'lanvill- - last Thursday to uttend or kscollatiral fur Msu in the I). and D. College. the luncheon Kiven by Mrs. I.o(.nn will also make a record of all who do ollitr dcioiltn or Mils lo.oeii (O work for their country in civilian life, L' l .j.blc Wood. h. Huu1 suit certttlesles which appeals to her as worth men n( lnltilili1iicfe Cards tn friends here from .Mr. nnd oHtifil MI'l UIIIK'ilffftl.. . .Misjes Vlrclo Oaks und Ma Mae tionine. She will be pleaed to have Stuck uf VeUrrsI lirvinv .iMhuiu Mrs. W. A. Speith, tell of their dj Usnk (Ul UK lu ligtful trip thru to the (ircnt Lakes Cecil, and Mr. Courtney Cecil, have the public keep her informed of any- - jcnviiiot ulcrirtliui lueu( l(Miilillit liuu.tt 1MV 10 returned home nfter a pleasant visit thine that may be of interest in mak-Ih- k Mutiil reirrfe ultli Ferfvrsl and other points in Michigan. JOjM'l 10 up this history and she will select CrbIi lu llsnk suit t.vt of several days to relatives and ult srouuuU Mrs. Ike Hamilton and daughter, friends In Winchester. die frum nsllonsl lisuks . . from ull the data furnished her sueh .'.! IS ullinr tsuks III lite Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, and sons, left as appeals to her judRmcnt as worth Clieels uuloHii s. rvjorlliig ssiu eltyor t.nk Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and baby. while to (oilier Ihaii Ittm 121 Saturday night for n two weeks visit mention in her history of Toisl ( In nu li, is. Is, i; Mr. and Mrs. Mayor Hamm nnd chil Gnrrard County's to relatives nt Independnnce, Mo. ml H I 3I.CII3 St, part in the treat dren, of Kirksville, Mr. and Mrs. It. World War. .Mrs. Herrini; MithlT.ri. Trvss- has lone iirer siiq uu ire-ti- i' p. iitsxiu SjttejHi Miss .Mary Ellen Karlec is hero L. Griecs spent the day Sunday with ; ToTit been a L'ood friend of the RKCORI). again anil will nave charge or t.ie Mr. and Mrs. I.. J. Sanford. Ihnvinir from time to time contributed . LIAniUTlh.-trimming rooms of G. M. Lyons, nnd V).U)0 00 lu '4.lsUlock articles of interest to its Surplus tu ml i Mr. Ilurvc I.ee. and famllv whnito lta will be glad to welcome her many renders and wo predict for her u (treat iilviiif.i ,ronti. have been residing in SpriiiKtleld, for 10l!i lit friends. current uxiwiuea. In- sometime, have returned to Uncastcn """'ess in mis Dig unuertakine. Any i"am irei( Huti iait for Ml iJ v.rvtt t'.( Taif Mrs, J, U, Ilourne nnd ' son, Mr. and Mr. I.ge has accepted a position one who desires to contribute to the iAninutU reavntil uuuittlullligarrtuiti :,tw 17 purchase of tho necessary books will irtiuiauiiK ftoiix Bradley Ilourne, left Munday for at Mr. Scale's barber shop. loctiiiI'Ucrka mm w please leave their subscription with Louisville to visit Mrs. Bourne's hi tnj Mrs. Hiram Kay, Miss Uthel Ray. the Record. We shall from time to Total Umaii4 det)Jt, (utlivr daughter:, Mrs. I'red Neighbors and Mr. S. Hill. Mrs. Nora t.inii l.ttuk dvKivtU) aulijci tu Teater and time ask our renders to make these Hewn, Itfiiti Jt, ii, ait ai, Mrs. Ewing Stultz. Miss &aine u leater. of Lancaster, I contribution to defray tho necessarv ivriiiJt'Hita 01 aciot oilier tbau fur money bori owed S. 11. Elkin has returned to his motored here to visit Mr. W. Raney exnenses of tho Historian. Mr. I.a Grange Ky Era. . Total of time d(olu. sulU Clarksburg, West Va ufter and family. home in '1 to lieere. ftcitii H.WOfW I .Hand 41 short visit to friends nnd relatives Var UugctrtltUatf and Little I.ucile Aldridtte the pretty See or Phone It thrift ttainpdei'oit ant II here. Everyone was glad to shake little daughter of Mr, und Mrs. Joe Hill faynoiv. other tbau tfltk ttl-rrold "1'ugs" hand once more and wel Aldridge underwent an operation Itraertv Hauk liifludluc all uullgatloua tefreacutlur liioury come him bark, to his old home town. for mastoiditis in the Danvillo bos-- ! iliao rtdlnotnit itl ....... .. , pita!, Monday, At present she is1 Mrs. J. A. Anion entertained at a doing nicely. o'clock dinner Friday evening in ATK Or KlKTl'CKY. t'Ol'lltV OrUlKIAIp. at Before huviiijj your I. W. K.t'hamo.L'atliler of ilm alot uauied honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Brad- Misses Florence Johnson, Mamie bank, do aoK'imuy iHtar tbui li atott ktatv shaw. Covers were laid for ten. Stormes Dunn nnd Edna Berkele, U true tu tbe teat l my kiiolfdve aud mriit Heating, Roof. belteL W. F Cbaiup, Caahlrr The following guests were present, geuicr wun nessrs viii nice rtinon ' m lb la sin. iutierlbed Painting and GuttCriniJ day ol tpt and avoru to Rev. and Mrs. J. IE. Moorman, Miss and Harry Ralney motored to Lex-lin- 8 r'vbruiry 19, im. Kate Held, Prof. Hopkins, m.tnti. TiiAxilnv. in nintM iirrflir0.ljlnHA Misses ....-.- .. Commlatlou U OC ...-,Ur ,UUUC 11IUIIC IIU.JJU, CoaaitT Altnll Florence Johnson and Mamie Stor- - ment for their entrance to Ky, I i i.awia l n aiiih 1 J J.Wllkaa. Ulreflon. Dunn. University this full. MY PRICES ARE RIGHT nies bUlIlfY Ul'PION,) OFFICIAL HISTORIAN I, H. ( Y.COCSTV JifcNNT, K RRi BP,Si ; )il I lie nto(o iwrar t bat ibe a hove of mjr knowltdfte OF O A Citizens National xo.i!(e, m,i P. 3. Williams Dt..n , The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12, 1918. r f D U e9IHIHNMNMMMHHMNN MNMINMMHMMHNNMMI n ( t u o o s 0 9 A a a s 0 : the Beasley Brothers, of seven THE SOLOMON VAN METER FARM recently owned and seventy-fiv- e acres, located one mile from city limits of Lexington on Bryan Station Pike. The entire farm is in Blue Grass sod and has been for many years, a Inrge part d being virgin soil. Will be into six tracts as follows: TRACT NO. 1. Containing one hundred and forty acres, located on the West side of Brj an Station Pilce, with the finest home on it in Kentucky, built by Mr. Van Meter about twenty years ago at a cost of fifty thousand dollar;. A fine stock barn built by Beazley Brothers at a cost of five thousand dollars and all other necessary outbuildings. TRACT NO. 2. Containing sixty acres adjoining tract No. 1 (on south side). No improvements but Virgin Soil. TRACT NO. 3. Containing two hundred and fifteen acres, located on the East side of Bryan Station pike adjoining on the North the farms of W. C. H. Wood and the late John W. Marr, mostly virgin soil, nil in Blue Grass sod, with fine woodland, the most beautiful building site in Kentucky, never-failin- g spring and pond. TRACT NO. 4. Containing ops hundred and twenly-seve- n acres, adjoining Tract No. 3 on the South. A part of this tract is Virgin Soil and the balance in Blue Gras3 nod for the past twenty years. TRACT NO. 5. Containing one hundred and twenty acres, adjoining Tract No. 4 on the South. A part of this tract is Virgin Soil and the balance in Blue Grass sod for the past eighteen years. TRACT NO. 6. Containing one hundred and twenty acres, adjoining Tract No. 5 on the South. A part of this tract is Virgin Soil and the balance in Blue Grass sod for the past twenty years. This is one of the last big stock farms in Fayette County to be for the small farmer and there is not a single tract of this land that won't pay for itself in two years either in tobacco or hemp. Every acre of it is ready for the plow. Only a mile from the city limits of Lexington. Did you ever have a better opportunity to buy a farm under better conditions? If you want a farm, all wc ask is to look this one over. TERMS will be liberal and wjll be announced on day of sale. Beasley Brothers, the late owners, who now live on the farm will take pleasure in showing you over the place. For further information or inspection of the farm, call or see sub-dividesub-divide- At Ten o'clock a. by tember 17 the itl on Premises. hundred i m I I d C. E. BUCKLEY, Phone 445, Versailles, Ky. BOLIVAR BOND, Auctioneer, Versailles, Ky. Phone 293. Or the owners, .JAMES C. STONE, Phone 964 the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington Ky. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Phone 2870, Lexington, or v Flfty-Flft- . Selfish Men Nat fiodwln Is blamed for the fol"Siime men," s.ild Uncle Kc,i "Is lowing: John's wife never knows dat ilelr Idea of heaven Is a Sept. 11 ) place whur cley'll he licensed to carry where he Is after nine In the eTenlng. ue only set or loaded dice In exist but neither does he. ence." Vocational Ky. FOR YOU BEREA OPENS I Mi -- Dally Thought. Patience and gentleness are power, Leigh Hunt THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. College, Normal, Each to His Liking. It Always Wai. l'rofeor Pickering IlilnUi If he had $10,000,000 he could talk with Mars. We lire so strong for the young mothers that even If one shows us a Huh ! If ue had Jioono.om we could Highest Standards Best Equip red little bunch of freckle welching make love to Venu. HulYiihi News. four pounds, we n III take a solemn mentsLowest Expenses. notary public that It la All students do manual work and oath before Water and Alp. we I the prettiest und cnteit youngster ' ever saw and light nil) body who de-- J Water In contact wltlfhe air abearn something. sorbs Its carbonic acid In a ilccldedlyl nles It. llxrhaiifi'. All have Bible lessons practical degree. In densely isipii-late- d Four new buildings. districts this Is uf considerable Disgusted at Politics. Importance. Tlje difference Is percep-- 1 Berea draws 1800 students from Recently a retired politician of note tlhle to the sense after a long drought, twenty states. was giving n young nun about to ns thn common expression "refreshing ' You can share these good things break Into the political arena a bit of showers" Indicates. "I've had everything It la advice. you will. if presidency. to get Primitive Methods ef Forming. For full particulars send name 'possible started except the things lookIn politics When I In Central America many primitive and desires to got positions of agricultural Implements ed very brlfht I are still reand everything tained. The Marshall E. Vaughn, Sec'y, trust, big appointments,have after years n plow Willi native fanner still uses I wanted. Now all I n crooked Berea, Kentucky of activity Is u lot of warm enemies pointed with Iron. The objection to aud cold friend"." plow Is that the modern one hand Is needed for guiding the hence the Introduction Into Honplow I duras of a trial modern-styl- e I II II II II H II II II Willi one handle. "Something Good for Every Comer" Academy, Foundation Will It Return to Its Owner? Flexible tips funture new umbrella ribs, which their Inventor claims will prevent an umbrella from being blown Inside out. Make Life Worth Living. The question Is life worth thing) n 's uf liliiLtilmnti Tlii right question to ask Is: Am I ' worffiy, of living? If I mi) nut, I inn make mjsclf so. This Is always In my kjw. i et. relit Adler. fnm1l Capital $50,000 A. It. DKNiJY. "CElH5 I'r-s- 't. 30'00. p. IWdeni J. K. STOItMKS, Vic. J. IL Harris. Keeper J. I. S. t . DhNNY. Csshler. Cil.l., Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. Wjr's Clory. War, like nil other situations of danger mid of ihange. calls forlh the exertion of admirable Intellectual ual-Itland great virtues, and It Is only by dwelling on this.- - und keeping out of tight the sufferings and Mirruw", und all the crimes ami oils llutt follow In Its train, that'll has Its glory In the eyes of men. Ilryant. IIUSINKSS. (i. II. Swinebroml. . Alex II. Dennv, J H. I'osey, J. K. Stormei. S. 0. Denny. S. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director. i.mii sii.m rn. Hits.:. IIAMals, k. r...,l H. II. MMISLY, Srvl.,, rr.uj-.- i OFFICIAL PREST-O-LIT- E Battery Service Stetion 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. TSie it 31 Baiivile yiilck L. U. CONN, Proprietor. m Walnut Street. 1C Danville, Kentucky. 3EZ3I II HZZ3CZ3C Ears Continue Growing. It Is said that throughout one's lifetime one's ears continue to grow bigger. The ears of a girl, ai'mlred perhaps fur their small size, are fairly large by the time she has reached middle age. In old age Ihey may be larger, Old New York Tree. A nSOULARLY INCOSPORATKO INSTITUTION OT LEARNINO The oldest tree In New York, r In any company of people one may noLOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY unywbere near the city, Is probably tice, that It Is the elders who have the 321 CUTIIRH. SntnCT, North of Postofficc In the very old they are the famous tulip tree near the south big cars. Trains younsr non unci women for Business or Civil Service bunk of the Harlem ship canal, u few overgrown. Huston Globe. positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of hundred yards from the llud-m- i employment should write for full information at once. The foresters hue estimated river. Buckley. The Life of John Its age ut something near three In some that It was ancient history but that guess inuy be somo-iili.- it the "Life Story of John Hockley." edshore of Its true uge, for tli J. ", lliuk-mastited by the trunk Is far from symmetrical, and of the South Kensington subjected to hard usage bebad London, whs really the story of fore tlm park depurtmrut repaired Its Its editor's life. It wns one of the burin d iiml rotted Interior aud put Diaw 11 books of Its season In 1P0T, one of the all Iron fence uround It to keep vanbest hits of biography we have In fact, dals at u ilUtancc. and I am not surprised In find that the for the iimnny youuvu mill question of Its authorship has bobbed Cerm-Proc- f up once again In the old country. Mouy. note how much more resTo n bunk In .Spokane, Wash., pectfully your creditors re the distinction of ilrculutltig tho Atrocious Pun. nutlonal first uutlseptle gel foiimllor Lamb, an old man when t'anl you. They like to do bank notes. The United States treas- IjmiI Hrsklno wus In the height of hi; Inisluuss with n iiiuii who ury Is still experimenting with devices r pulutiuii, was of a timid and nervous to launder dirty bunk notes to bright, disposition, usually prefacing Ids pleadhas mi nccomit ut the crisp ones, hut Hie Spokane bunk has ing with nil apology to that effect i Hie first sanitary money on record. and on one occasion, when opposed In Garrard Bank & Triut Co. Fifty thousand dollars In blllst put out some cause to Krsklue, he huppened to by the bank, were signed with an luk remark that he felt himself growing They know he is doing business In business like way, llstter said to consist largely of carbolic acid. more und more timid us he grew oldopen such an account even It your sITsIra are not large. Thev 1 The. result Is the bills are saturated er, "No wonder," replied the relentwill grow all right. with an agency which means death to less barrister, "every one knows the germ who'd live older n lamb grows the mure sheepish the most vigorous & l.u liA,,ttlthere. Commercial School Check The Garrard Bank Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12 1918. The R. L. BURTON" FARM at . jjjj i 11 lil iii ji 190 Acres olf the 5 EST TOBACCO, CORN and HEVH? bAND in Central Ientuc!J. 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 i;uul 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, S acres in tobacco, 1(5 acres stubble sown to grass, .'50 acres meadow, balance in Blue grass. One-hal- f mile to church, telephone and mail service. mile to good school, one-haIMPROVEMENTS-Splendi- d 10 room dwelling, 2 porches, one a large concrete porch, basement,bathroom, water works, servants house, garage, 3 hen houses, cistern and well. , Two S 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. lf urday. 21 Hill Ha I CROP WILL BRING $1,000 PER ACRE. TOBACCO FROM THIS FARM SOLD last year for 50c PER POUND-PRES- ENT The land will be sold in three tracts, (50 acres withilwelling, 1 stock barn Unci 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. TERMS EASY. Look at the land before day of sale. The owner or the parties named below will be glad to show it any time. shorthorn yearlings, 7.00 pounds; 2 pair mare mules and 1 pair horse mules, 4 to 6 At the same time will sell the following stock Buck; one years"old; 5 pair mated 2 year old mare mules; 4 short horn cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; V registered south-dow- n 1 manure spreader; 1 Ensilage cutter; 1 12 H. P. gas engine and a lot of good farming implements; Hay Baler; For further particulars 'inquire of D. A. Thomas, Real Estate, Lancaster, Ky., or W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky., or :- -20 SWfNEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN, LANCASTER, KY. r'l r CARDS. Office ( i Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Surgeon Veterinary and Dentist. lialney s Li-r- Limcnster. Stsblr. Kentucky J. A. Beaziev DIRECTOR Oilier Over National Dank. Residence I'hon 3, Otlice Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. M. J. PATRICK, DentlHt. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Dr. Printus Walker VEJERINARIAN. CU. Amxirrd Night. LANCA-.TE- Promptly Phone 317. Day or KENTUCKY. Honaker .Fine John Cut Flowers. McRoherts. M. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 7:30--9 Office over Stormra Drug Store. Houn 8 12 .m. 1 t p.m. p.m. BOOKKEEPING m ism 'As, , ButlnU,Phonogripny HUOtllirDITIrUl an1 TELEGRAPH Y a central officers' training camp. (b) He may be transferred to a officers' training school. PRAISES VIN HEPATICA AS FINE (c) He may be assigned to the school where he is enrolled for NERVE AND STOMACH TONIC. GARRARD CIRCUIT COUP.T. further intensive work in n spec.John Benzley's Adm'r. et at., Pllfs, ified line for a limited specified I VS. time. USES IT FOR HIS WHOLE FAMILY FOR STOMACH AND NERVES. (Arthur Deazley, Guardian, et nl. He may be assigned to the ld Defendants. vocational training section of the Pursuant to a judgment rendered Highland and1 nerve remedies ami tonics. August Term, 1918, the Mr. A T. Tandy, farmer, It at the Corps for technician training of Commissioner will sell nt Awnuc, Cnrrollton. Ky., writes umler goes at once to the seat of the troumilitary value. public auction to the highest nnd best ble, stop indigestion, ,nrrest catarr2, that after sufferdate of February (c) He may be transferred to bidder before the Court House door, and stomach hal conditions, acts on the liver, kiding from nervou-meIn Lancaster, Ky at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. a cantonment for duty with ' trouble, lie has found Viti Hepatica n neys, stomach, nnd bowels, enriches on troops as n private. the blood and tones up the entire fine medicine fur sueh purposes. 4. Similar sorting nnd reassign-jmen- t MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1918, J "I have ueil eerul bottles of Vin system. of the men will be made at per-- ; "it being the first day of the Garrard If you are ncrvou, have stomach, iodical intervals, as the requirements County Court Term the real estate, Ileimtica, In my family the last three : mentioned in the pleadings nnd des-months," says Sir Tandy, "ami it is liver, or kidney trouble, or are Inji ' of the service demand. It ennnot be cribed as follows; n condition, and now definitely stated how long n par- n line medicine for nervousness anil weak nnd In Garrard County, Kentucky, on need n fine tonic, come in and get a titular student will remain stomaeh trouble." !n col- ' Itnom Greek ami bounded as follows: I Beginning nt a stone in Cornelius That is just the way thousands of bottle .of this great Vin llepatlcn pre- lege. This will depend on the acre Branch, a corner to the 28 others are talking about this famous scription, and take it on our recomof the mobilization an.' tract sold to Klisl.u Dunn; thence Vin Hepatica, a prescription of eight mendation. 'the nge group to which he belongs. ' leaving the branch nnd with said stomach R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster. Ky. j In order to keep the unit nt adequate Dunn N Si W 21.50 chains to a of the fim'st walnut on the r.- '" r :i e u ie minmted from double Creek, corner to cast bank of Boone same! thence October first, opportunity will be secondary schools or transferred down said creek along east bank X AND GO TO COLLEGE given for all the regularly cmolllcd from Depot Brigades ns the need 2 E 9.90 chains N 5 W C.Oti chains to ENLIST two sycamores on said creek near the may require. "The younger men have from the students to be inducted into the Students will ordinarily not be mouth of O'Brien Branch: thence up reaily to go. They have Students' Army Training Corps at branch N 08 4 E C.25 chains first been permitted to remain on duty In the suid point in the branch 23 feet west to it furnished voluntary enlistments out the schools where they ure in attend- college the majority of of a sycamore pointer, a new corner; units after ' of all proportion to their numbers. ance. Thus the corps will be organiK 31. DO their fellow ctizens of like nge hne thence new line S CD 2 Our military authorities regard them zed by voluntary induction under the been called to military service r,t i chains to a point in Cornelius Branch, highest combatent Selective Service Act, instead of by corner; thence down said in having the camp. Exception of be 'n new iuthful enthus-las- enlistment ns previously contempla- made, as tho needs this lule will re- branch, new line S SO 3- -1 W 1.82 qualities.. Their of the service W passing an elm at chains S OG their ted. their virile eagerness, The student, b)- - voluntary induc- quire it, in the rase of technical nnd I S3 links, in nil 0.00 chains S 47 - -' gallant spirit of daring muke them V 2.82 chains to the beginning, conscientific students, who will be asBeing the the admiration of all who see them tion, becomes n soldier in the United signed for longer periods for inten- tabling 43.25 acres. John Bcazleysame by land conveyed to They covet not only the States Army, uniformed, subject to in action. ' Thomas I. Herring by deed dated great military discipline and with the pay sive study in specialized fields. distinction of serving In this They will simultan- Committee on Education and Special September 13, 1895, recorded in Garwar, but also the inspiring memories of a private. rard County Clerk's Office in Deed Training. I which hundreds of thousands of them eously be placed on full active duty By Robert I. Hees, I Book No. 14, page 401. and contracts will bo made as soon The purpose of said sale is to pay the years to will cherish through Colonel, General Stair Corps, Chair 'the mortgage debt of Mrs. I.ula C come of n great day and n grent ser- us possible with the colleges for the man. 'Johnson, and cost of this action, housing, subsistence njul instruction vice for their country and for mansecond to pay .Mi rain Bcazley her of the student soldiers, President Wilson. kind." dower in om third of the residue of 2. Officers, uniforms, rides and the proceeds, und third that the WAR DEPARTMENT. of the proceeds be distributequlpnent us may be Washington 1). C, Aug. 28th, 1918. suci other ed among the joint owners thereof, available will be furnished by the ' The following statements outline as their interest may uppcar, the general plan under which the War Department, us previously anTERMS: The sale will be made on u credit Students' Army Tniinng Corps will nounced, student-soldiers 3. The will be of six and twelve months and tho operate under the i hanged conditions purchaser will be required to execute produced by the revision of tho Se- given military instruction under' ofbond with approved security for tho ficers of the Army and will be kept lective Service Law: purchase price, due In six and twelve months, respectively, bearing interI. All young men, who were plan- under observation and test to deterCf BOURBON rOtlTPY CISC est at six per cent per annum from ning to go to tcliool this fall, khould mine their qualifications n' officer down a chick's throat cares date until paid, having the force and experts curry out their plans and do so. candidates, und technical Itw the 5 nukingA waterdrops In ana effect of a judgment for winch excarts Each should go to the college of his such ns engineers, chemists and docprevents coolers, diarrhoea ecution may issue, payable to W. II. the choice, matriculate, and enter as a, tors. After a certain period, andotaercalckdiieate.. one Brown, Master Commissioner of the toe Untie, males IS irallMis ol u lien Gfrrard Circuit regular student. He will, of course, men will be selected according to mrdklue At all Jrursists, will be reserved Court and property upon the Hauiplfland Utwklei on also register with his local board on their performance, and assigned to sold until all the purchase money is Jj the registration day set by the Presi- military duty in one of the following Beuttcn R(m.i), Co. IW-- v i, Ij 13 ' W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. dent. A soon as possible after reg- ways. Hujclden Brothers. (u) He may be transferred to J. n. J'.eblnsvn, Att'y for Plaintiffs. day, probubly on or about istration CARROLLTON COUNTY FARMER 'COMMISSIONER'S SALEOF LAND. Intiodueed Himself. Grandma win out walking with her small grandson w hen n large dog came running along the walk. Tho little hoy started tn r.rt the dog when grand-in- n warned hliu not to. saying that he was strange to the dog and lulglit get hurt. At that the little fellow walked over to the dog. made a bow, and said: "I'm ford Bradley. Now you know me. don't you!" GOVERNMENT SENDS AN URGENT CALL e The President of the Commission recently wired: "Need for stenosraphers and typ iats at Washington grows more acute dally. Increase effort, all possible." The Government nnd nil business concerns are short five hundred thousand bookkeepers and stenographers, nnd are offering beginners salaries never before heard of. The Government drafted our Bookkeeping Set, nnd about EIGHTY-FIV- E per cent of the Government's stenographers write the Shorthand system that we teach THE BEST evidence that our courses are the BEST. Take, BY MAIL, our eight-week- Course or our Simplified Shorthand Course, the latter course consisting of THIRTY LESSONS, and we guarantee you from $85. to $123. a month us soon as you qualify. Money back if not satisfied. Two hundred thousand satisfied, money-makin- g former students. Clip, fill out, and send us the following coupon: COUPON Draughon's Colsace, NaslivtlI,T. Send me, l'REE, your book on Homo Study, and tell me nbout your new plan of teaching the plan whereby it is EASY to learn BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, Shor hand, Penmanship, etc. This notice was clipped from The Central Record, lancaster, Ky. Yours truly, !', (Name) (Address) The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 12. 1918. 9f z see MMNM s Cfockriil 6 lbs The test is "HARVEST and free fromThree Peck the "MARVELOUS" the and we are showing- Call and Examine our Stock of Recleaned, SEED WHEAT. KING," to SEED WHEAT For SALE Acre Wheat, "JERSEY FULTZ," "YELLOW FULTZ" These varieties have been proven to be the best for Garrard and surrounding counties. ALSO WE OFFER SEED RYE, NEW CROP TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEED. PHONE 26. HUD ON. I Classified S RATES t UGH ' f5SS23 ARN AU Column Tobacco cutting and hous.r.ff is in progress nnd wilt continue as long as weather permits. g 0 REGISTRATION FROM 18 TO OF ALL HEN INCLUSIVE. No. 1. Charles V Anderson, Ira Holj7claw, Lancaster, Ky. " " OO J. No. 2. L. G. Davidson, II. V. Bos-tiof Lancaster, Ky. No. .'!. James A. Ileazley, R. II. FOR SALE Mirror. 3 ft by 1 Call 209 cr this office for Batson, Lancaster, Ky. No. 4. J. II. Ballard, A. T. Scott, particulars. of llryantsville, Ky. Farm of 130 acres, I'OI! RENT: No. 5. J. C. Williams, W. .Mack for year 1019. See or write Ilendren, of Bryantsville, Mrs. Grace Sutton, No. 0. Dr. C. M. Ilendren, Steve Stanford, Ky. Route 4. A. Hill, of Buckeye. Ky. tf No. 7. Dillard F. Sebaitian, PorEvery deMODERN CLASSES. ter Prewitt, of Walkers School house. sirable feature demanded in modem No. 8. Thos. R. Slavin, C. B. classes is generously taken care of Ledford, of Paint Lick, Ky. every pair fitted by the BYRNE in No. 9. John I). Carter, Robert J. OPTICAL SERVICE, At the Kengar-la- n Walker, of Union. Sept. 1C to 21, Hotel, Lancaster, Hours of registration are from 7 A. M-- , to 9 P. M nnd EVERY Remember the time is limited for MAN between the ages of 18 to 45 the pmclty to go on all old and new except years both inclusive, those Tmes. Save this extra amount by previously registered, MUST REGpaying your taxes at once. ISTER. The Penalty is one jears L. E. Hcrron, City Tax Collector imprisonment, and NO MAN can exA handsome set of onerate himself by the payment of a FOR SALE: walnut furniture, some antique furn- fine. iture, and a hand vacum cleaner. All In good condition. Inquire at this PLAYING THE GAME FAIRLY office. c Single insertions lc a word No ail taken for less than 20c in this column. No nds in this colur.-.charged. for the Seven insertion price of lUc. l'lone orders mint be paid promptly. 45JEARS for The Selective Service Board " Garrard County, have perfected ar" rangements for the registration today. The following men will act as a Registrars in their respective " r if sc a " aaK K I Canada's Big Cr.nal. Have a Car. A New Dodge. The Wellnrid rnntil, In Canada, car Don't tell your troubles tn n police- To n Nntnl Knltlr In lour the credit nnvlpitlon nround Nlncnra Tall of Inventing n Isbnr-savlnFor immediate sale, large ncwlyj man unless you are looking for more rle for I and connects take Erie nnd Ontario. chimney denning. residence, situated on trouble. One of the colbuilt It Is 27 mtliHt l.niir. win built by Can- ony Journals says- - "A native In ' principnl street in Lancarter; 9 rooms ada mill was opened In 1SS.1 and cost r'AVYencii bad been nkcd to sweep a 2 hall, nnd 2 large porches, Lights, He Wanted to Cet Back. nlsiut $.K.ns,fs. chimney, which he undertook to dn. Little Hoy (who bus n feur of being bath, water, beautiful wood-wor- k tatcr he wns seen mounting the ladLarge lot extending back to alley. hurled alive): "Mnmimi. If I rhould! der he Hwl for the purpose with The Point of View. Garage and stable. One of the mot lie please put me In a vault ami put couple of fowls under Ids arm. These The difference between American my pocket, sn If I attractive places in the city, (worth' n nickel Inget home on" a street come to I nnd I'rcncli automobile ilrltlne Is this-I- n he nlloned tn flutter down the flue, life I can rsr." $5500 nnd will take $5750. One, America when your tire blows up nnd the Job wns done. look means n purchase. you say: Mfooil hciiten' There give Taking Out Ink Stains. you say: our tire" ami In franc D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. It may not be generally known that "Himni) t That wu only the tire." Itncaster, Kentucky. It Is quite easy to take nut Ink stains Stars mi' I Strip.. with common oda. Damp the stain ! Dartoer Blames Customer. with cold water mid then cover High Quality Tlds Muff about the talkative barbery It with soda. J.ene It for nbout Y. M. C. A. Undenominational, Is nil wrung. It appear. A harlmr nu hour, till the stain completely The Y. M. C A. Is undenominational Low pro- Its aim Is to prowrites Seattle It iPves not leave a mark as nn Institution. ' testing against further misrepresent after. mote the social. Mental, pbyslrul and' Prompt spiritual w .4! being nf all 5 mine men tatiou. It Is the customer who Im-ls-t upon opening his heart, ho write, nnd without reenrd to their church iifflthv Old Chinese Industry. Hon 'or religious beliefs. the NHir barber Is obliged to lltcn lo nil manner of confidential patter, home i Eperts differ as to how long bkk' troubles, scandals, uhd occnMonally the the Chinese begun to make rugs. "Lead" Pencils. customer spills :t bum tip nn the stock There are some who think It Is one SHOP. The common black lead pencil 1 market and the barber goes broke. It of the natlM nrts of China and others NiniOI.ASVII.LE. KY no Never- mnile from graphite and contain Is this latter contingency Unit Impels maintain Unit It Is acquired. tanil pencils received their theless, It Is safe to sny that, like the lead, him to protest. KODAK Work a Special.. other nrts of the Flowery Republic. name from the leaden plummets which A Trial will lie Appri-cititei- l Chinese rulemaking Is of ery great were useil to rule lines on paper before the use of grnphlte. antiquity. MODERN RESIDENCE Prices Service Perfection Piciure COMMISSIONERS ; SALE OF LAND: A pair of good work FOR SALE: horses; a heavy draft horse suitable for family use and a four year old mare, by Bleucher. 11. II. Northcott. 2t. -- To our place about STRAYED: August Kith, black sow weight about Owner can have same 175 pounds. by proving and paying keep and for this notice. Geo. Rroaddus an J Son. FOlt'SALE: I have in stock one Silo 12x30, Clear Oregon Fir, one piece staves, capacity 80 tons, which I will sell at a great bargain. Drop me a card or call phone '199, Stanford, Ky., at my expense, V. P. 'Kincald. FOR SALE: 307 acres of lilue Grass land in Mercer county on, the pike, between liuena Vista and Bur-giThis farm is the best bargain in Mercer or Garrard county, at the price asked. For particulars, call on or write, J. R. Abner, Buena Vista, Ky. FOR SALE OR TRADE: About acres of Knox County coal and timber land; right on L. & N. Kail-loa- d and State road. Has fourhous. is and can be divided to suit purchas-i- r. For further particulars apply to Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., Route No. 1. Phone 337-1CC0 FARM LOANS. Begin now to arrange for January loans. Ask about our new plans. No loan fee charged. D. A. Thomas, Realty Agency. NOTICE The school taxes for the year 1918 are now due. PLEASE call and settle as the current expenses of the chool must be met promptly, Frankie Kauifman, Treus. COURT. GARRARD CIRCUIT Norn Prewitt, as Guardian of John Plaintiff. K. Prewitt, VS. Defendant. John K. Prewitt, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term, 1918, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House Door So long as this war lasts the people in Lnncnster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M or thereabouts, on of America, one and all, must make 23, 1018, up their minds to play the game fair-- 1 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER it being tho first day of the Garrard ly; to share and share nuke. And to make as little complaint as County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings nnd despossible. cribed as follows: No one person is entitled to priv- A tract of land in Garrard County, leges his neighbor may not enjoy. Ky., un the waters of Back Creek, The individual no longer counts. near Nina, and bounded as follows: Beginning at n fence post ut the The people in the aggregate arc sunorth edge of a pond and corner to preme. It is not an individual sal- - Dan East: thence with until East S E 1.00 chains to a fence post; vution our army is fighting for along Kl E 21.70 chulns to a point the battle front. They are soldiers S 74 on the side of a steep hill 15 links S of the common good, those boys fn 40 W from u small beech tree; thence khaki. They fight for nil of us. S 2 W 5.4:1 chains to a stake in n Sometimes the restrictions laid byi bottom about five feet east of a stone the food administration have proved! fence, corner to T, Sebastian; thence annoying. But for the most part we ' with his line S 75 4 W 1.7!) chains to a stone and fence post on u hill " have grinned and stood for them. side, said post is 12 links from 11 And none of them run truthfully say marked elm; still with Sebastian and that we have suffered much that in along hillside S 25 W 5.0fi chuins S W 2.15 10 4 W 3.00 chains S 23 fact we have suffered at all. S 50 W 5 chains to a point In Up and down state, here mid 'here, chains middle of County Road and corner a farmer has occasionally lieen re to same; with middle of said road W lieved of a withheld wheat supply. and still with Sebastian S 71 Some pantries have been Invaded nnd 1 17 chains to a point 10 links N 13 11 young black walnut N 78 W from excessive flour and sugur k'ipplies chains W 1.73 chains W N 02 In soma in 3. 40 chains to n point one foot behave been confiscated. stances farmers have suffered in these yond the foot of a sugur tree snug chains N W 2.70 N 55 raids. W 4.50 chains N 30 W C.25 Yet the farmer must expect no ad- 28 chains N 50 4 W 3.97 chains to a vantage over the city man. point in middle of road, corner to Dan beets Kust; thence leaving road and with The man who raises sugur E 11.50 chains to the gets no more sugar than the famer East N 23 Why then shduld j beginning, containing 45.90 acres. by who raises wheat. Being the same land inherited the wheat raising farmer have morO John K. Prewitt from his father John uour man me man wno raises sugar H. Prewitt. The purpose of this sule is to rebeetsT Why should either have more than the man who makes their plows? invest the proceeds thereof in other property under orders of the Court. They shouldn't. We must share" TERMS: and share alike, farmer or artisan or The sale will be made un a credit what not. months and the purchaser will of six Not only this but we must each and be required to execute bond with apevery one of us do our share toward proved security, for the purchase financing the war. We may not play price, due in six months bearing- Inper cent per annum at fair ut one end of the table and cheat terest date aix paidrhuving the force until from at the other. We must play the game ond effect of 8, Judgment for which on the square all the time. cxicution mayjiuue, payable to W. this of us. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of Uncle Sam expects a lien Duty demands it. Victory depends the Garrard Circuit Court and will bo reserved upon the property on it. purchase money Is sold until all the Another test of our loyalty is co- paid. mingthe Fourth Liberty Loan. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. (,'tt uady for it. Play fair. L. I. WulLer. Atfy for Plffs. nu II LA Ji all in grass, good ings. five-roo- m Of 53 Acre Farm Having decided to sell my farm, I will on Saturday, Sept. 28th, at 10 o'clock, sell to the highest and best bidder a good farm of 53 acres, stock barn and all necessary out buildhouse, This farm is located six miles from Lancaster on Fall Lick pike, and known as the Cy Baird place. Will also sell at the same time, one pair of good work mules; 2 cows wagon; plows gears; corn hay and other calves; sow and pigs; and things too numerous to mention. Household and kitchen furniture. TERMS made known on dayof sale. W. B. W. T. KINGr'Auctioiieer. Peters