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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 19, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918091901_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 19, 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 YRAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 19, 1918. PATRIOTIC MEETING. DR. NUMBER 25. gp3f1EII IHF1 F1F1 J. S. GILBERT fmJi w0 riL- C yTJVV -' v4 "vJ WJ4 7tt -l K - r"wti " .i.a i r " tivfvl iwltltirmrtirf d BMirWil frw tferouthlr ttring ilT nfiirlln r.hMt ,m Iren rUdr ul h4UBi tnUh will. CONDITIONS ARE SUCH THAT certain kind of farming Implements are very hard to et. If you arc interested and need anything in this Hue, give us your order now. Conn x. Brothers. 3fr3 111 IE LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. s Hvw nbout trailing nuns, Wllhclm? .ot n few of yours last month. a Dunkirk ha, jnot pawed through no use wreck-- 1 200th Hir rnlil. g churches if you cnn't wreck arm-- 1 I Mr iiinl Mn John Mn are tunc congratulated upon the arrival of a beautiful baby girl nt their home l.ut Weilnesdny, christened l.urile Glbm 1ii i siren I f i Word has been reccned that Scrgt, Robert M. Walter who uas stationed With nil the prisoners we have to at Camp Shelby. Miss., with Hospital like Switzerland cii'iange. place Unit No. 1B2, has gone to New York another. .ll tr. 1 hke a metropolitan clearing and will soon mil for "Over there" I Not much about the war in them, JSC. Private Walter Bennett Hoop ar- is there? There wasn't in "Tippcr- always tapturing the rived from ("amp Taylor Tuesday, ary. either. rniu aii' key to thlt place ami that. They'll being ordered here to an eft the The boys in France don't sing on the Locnl Selective iMings about canning the Kaiser, dyhave l.n.l lomo fun with Bnldpute an. I clerkship Hoard. He is a nephew of Mr. C. K. ing for the ting, and so forth. U seven kry. They Itoop, of this county. leave that to us. They are making All rules are broken in moil em the extreme eirort, the utmost sacSergeant Hen Wood came up from rifice, i arfnre. We learned lately that and to chntttr nbout it is Hanr cot Ham on the Hank. We Camp Taylor last Saturday to see nauseous to them. Continuous ab ueil to get bacon there, in the good his uncle, Mr. Albert Ware, who has negation endues them with a dignity been conllned to his bed for several old day. and refinement which we who are Ww nre weeks uith typhoid fever. safe intjiiiraster have not YF.T atround-triBuying ticket ia an glad to report his convalescence nt tained. economy, if you know you're coming this time. Wik; you pay 1cm for the ride home. The cops in drur old London went MEETING CONTINUES. Inlets you're the Kaiser, lie pahl on strike to pet recognition for their extra Ulh )!. The protracted meeting which be organization. And Fifch in dear ole gan at the Christian ihurch ten days OM Hill Shnkcsnrre, who classified France struck und got the same thing ago continues with unabated interti.e seven ages of man, would have for his, and the blighter ain't satisfied ests, large congregations coming out eivoyed himself on Sept. 12. llcM yet. each evening. Aside from the dehave found most of them at the regAbner took Keiiuli to a training lightful sermons by Dr. Montgomery, istration nations. camp, and she sut for half an hour the music and singing is equally nnd the work and untiring In lh rVaa.for-al- l Trot at Lexington staring nt one of the armored tanks. " "Ain't yer comin' nlug, Keziah?" energy of Mrs. .May Hughes Nol.mil tha four failaal trottar, aver gotis being commended from nil sources, ten together are to slartl St. Fritco he asked. Mahle Tra.k 20I "Not yet", sho answered. ZlOl "I'm .Mrs. llarry Tomlinson has delighted Mitt Bar. goin' to see how they make that turn- the audiences with her work on the Lu Princeton 202 ed thing lly, if I sit here all the year." organ, while Mrs. Huckner Spindle lha Dillon (4) 2.02 1.2. has likewise pleased with her efficient assistance on the piano. There has been nlmut twenty ad ilitions to the church, both by eon. Cession nnd letter. In nil probability 1 the meeting will clore next Sunday night. Van Winkle would have lu n few more years these day cM wmtel to Milestep registra-.t- I i As 1 have volunteereil into the service ami am now in the Camp. 1 wuh all thoe who are indebted to lae would please cull itml settle with Dr. J. S. Gilbert my wife nt once. Immediately nfttr the patriotic RECEIVES COMMISSION IN MEDICAL speaking nt the Court House, Sept RESERVE- 23rd, h meeting is hereby called of nil pntriotir citizens of the county for 1 riemis ot nr. J. H. (illbeit nre the purpose of organizing for the congratulating him upon bis recent Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign, It. 1. HUDSON, Chairman. appointment ns First Lieutenant In the United States Medical Reserve Corps. His commission atrived Inst WINS THE BLUE week ami he is ordered to report on Mm, .1. It. Mount had the honor of September '.'2nd, for service. Dr. Gilbert is one of ruRNACJ-MlFAwinning the blue tie on her rose quilt the best nt the State Fair Inst week, Miss known nnd best liked physicians in Joan nlso won the first prize on her the county. He has been practicing his profession here for about twelve "morning glory" quilt. The in this class was very large years and in offering his services to WARM AIM and it meant quite an honor to win the government, it means n great Ml Ik. finnncinl sacrifice. He has o host of the blue tie over them all, friends who will wish him godspeed In the branch of service he has RODMAN KEENON TO SPEAK chosen. l'roniplly nt one o'clock next Mon- ay afternoon Hon. liodinnn Keenon, TWELVE MORE MEN Clerk of the Court of Appeals will niWress the citizens of Garrard coun TO ENTRAIN TO DAY FOR MILITARY Mr Keenon conies nt the In- ty SERVICE. tnnce of tne Democratic Chairman, Mr V. A. Lc.ir, anil is n speaker of The following men in Class One ahihtj. Kvcry one is invited. He held for general Military service are wdl speak only thirty minutes ordered to report to the Loral' Hoard M . on Thursday Se-p- t at nine DR CROSSFIELD WIS, fir entramiiient, to repir. to The first wedge for the opening of the Commanding Officer, State I'nithe Fourth Liberty Loan campaign lenity, Lexington, Ky. will be driven here next Monduv Garrett II. Smith, Stanford, It. I'.. 1. uernuon. when Dr. I!. II. Crossfleld Fred Snyder. Lancaster, It. It. 5. "f Lexington, will deliver the prin- - Zack Hester, Paint Lick, Ky. .pal ud. ires Immediately after the John L. Yeakey, Mnrcpllus, Ky address the organization will be ef- Dalton Kich. Stanford. K. It. 1. fected preliminary to the drive which fVcwcll (!. Ham, Lancaster It. It. 3 will begin 011 September 28th Every- Amzi C .(irecn, Lancaster, It. It. I. body is invited and expected to be on Howard Jenkjur, Lancaster. Ky. William jfcK. Kay, Lancaster, Ky hand nt this meeting. Howard C. Warren, Lancaster, Ky Itichard T. Lackey, I.ancnstcr Ky SONGS OF ACTION Wallace Cotton, Ky. LOCAL HOAIID GARRARD CO. "I like a nice mince pie Lancaster, Ky " llecos it's nice- - nice nice The foregoing was one of the favPRICES FOR CORN orite songs nt the front in 1915. GARRARD'S ESTI- "Hello, who's your lady friend?" was m .A IPS iiaw-v- 11 . mt. FQR EVERY HOME 019 Visit the P1PELESS FURNACE Demonstration Sept2G-2.-23i'- d at our store. HASELDEN BROS. W. C. T. U. The Union held its annual election of officers Saturday and the following officers were elected. President Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, Vice President Mrs. William Lear, Rec. Secretary Mrs. Palmetcr, Cor. Secretary Mrs. J. R. Harris, Treasurer Mrs. Higginbotham. From the churches the pastor's wives were elected vice Presidents. September SStli, is Frances 's birthday. Will the Schools please have some exercises alcng that line Friday. MATE EXCEEDED. The Government had estimated that Garrard County would register 1,300 last Thursday wns exceeded, the total number of men who recorded themselves as willing to fight the cause of Uncle S.im, being The total number of registrants on June 5th, I'.ll" wns 1003, these being between the ages of 21 andk31 years. Of the number registered last 1 13 were Thursday, white nmMJM were colored men. The government has intimated that thorc to be called lint will be between the ages of 10 to 'JO and 31to 30 jeais. the total number in Gar rard county coming within these ages will be about 000 men. The work of copying the curds will begin in n few days or Just as soon as more cards are forwarded from the department. When this is done the questionnaires will be sent out immediately and it is thought that many within the last registration will be called into service during the month of October. The Local Hoard is anxious to have all the assistance possible from liny oi ine lames or men that can give their time toward the copying of the cards, which means quite a little detail work. Many have already volunteered their services. CUTTING FIXED a meeting of the Food Adminis tration Board at Lexington last Fri day prices were fixed b the Board for corn cuttinjr. For com cut eighteen hills square to the shock, 25 cents will be paid; for shocks clxtcen hills square, -- 0 cents will be paid; Thirty cents n shock will be paid for shucking the larger ones and twenty-fiv- e icnts a shock for the smaller ones The movement is n wise one und nil farmers will now have to pay u uniform price, both for cutting and hucking. ' At REMARKABLD CASE OF "SECOND CHILDHOOD" One of the most remarkable cases is told us by Mr. Kb Whitted, a man of undoubted integrity and one of the most prominent farmers in the county. He tells us that Mr. Salem Wylie n prominent citizen of the Cartcrsville section, now eighty three yenrs old, has just completed cutting his third set of Alt are perfect and Just ns teeth. sound nnd even as the first set. His eye-sigis Just us good us when he was A years old. Kxcept from an injury received about thirteen months ngo, which has confined him to his bed since thuj time, he has enjoyed the best of health and says he expects to live to be 100 years old. OUR INDIVIDUAL PART. Some observers think that the most chsuictcr.st.c thing nbout the American soldiers in France, something which astounds the ercmy and excites the admiration of our allies, is the capacity cf the American soldiers to -- ! ARE THERE FOOD AND DEPENDABLE SUGAR SLACKERS IN GARRARD? Dr. J. J. II) rue, the well known Reports are current that the food Optometrist and Optician is now at the hengnrlan Hotel, Umcaster, and regulations arc being evaded in Gnr- will remain over until Monday 23rd. rurd county. It is rumored thut some persons. If you want optical work, especially those living in the rural tee him. section of the county, esteem it n murk of smartness to get around the INSTANTLY KILLED" regulations and get more than their OPTICAL WORK. m STYLES 1 1 IN AUTO WRECK jjyrna icai service Glasses Fitted. AND EYEGLASSES., Eyes Tested; 18 Years Experience. 1 2 Years in Central Ky All tne latest IN SPECTACLES J. J. BYRNE Exclusive Optometrist. AT KENGAKLAN HOTEL Lancaster, Sept 16th to 23rd I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. George llroaddus n well known col. ored man was inttnutly killed near Paint Lick lust Tuesday evening about six o clock, the accident oc curing just in front of the residence of Mr. It. G. Woods. llroaddus was driving an nutomo bile he had Just purchased and was racing with some one in another car, when he suddenly lost control und the car turned turtle several limes, heading itself in the opposite direct-IoHis neck was broken nnd death was instantaneous. His wife who alone wns with him in the rnr received severe Injuries which some think may prove fatal. llroaddus hail Just finished serving u nine months term in prison for writing an Insulting letter to a lady who lived In the Paint Lick Cusiile the Jail sentence he was, given a heavy flue which he paid. He had some money. authorities. amount of sugar. Some store more flour tlmti they! uro entitled to and feed their surplus meul to the hogs and chickens. Some make open boasts that "sugar Is plentiful in cur house", or "that we don't have to eat cornbread." Any man who stoops to take ad- Mintage of the distribution of essential foods and get mure than his share is robbing the brave boys he has sent across the water to light his battles; he is taking food out of the mouths of starving women und children In the desolate part of France and llel-giuwhose brave men huve so long kept the red tide of Invasion from his home, who have protected his wife and his girls. Any man who is unwilling to gladly deny himself in this hour of his country's peril, Is not worthy the name of American. He is a poltroon, and it is the duty of every American citizen to whom the flag means anything to report such evnders to the proper do Individual thinkmg and fighting. The Germau fights successfully only in muss formation, in organized bodies, while every American soldier has an initiative and independence of action which gives him remarkable efficiency in open fighting. They are not senseless cogs, but each is an individual working unit in a great lighting machine. Every American nt home should feel an individual responsibility. and do his or her individual part in winning the war. There is not an American citizen who can not help win the war. The Fourth Liberty Loan drive, which begins September 28th, olfers a great opportunity for concerted action and for individual action, and the loan will be a tremenINTERESTING PROGROM dous success if each Americnn will do his or her individual part as each AT BUCKEYE CHURCH. American soldier in France does his part. Our soldiers deserve such supSundiiy was n "Red Letter" day ut port from the people ut home. Liberty Uaptist Church ut Huckeye. being con- SOME LIBERTY The series of meetings ducted there have become quite interesting. At the Sunday mornins LOAN SLOGANS. service a "Service Flag" wns prerent-e- d Wear your old clothes nnd buy Libto the chuith by Miss Lennit Ho!- Ion in honor of the seven men of that erty Ronds. Liberty Bonds or German bondage. church who have been or nro in the "Come across" or the Knlscr will. service. Those men are: Heather The roldier gives; you must lend. Long whose tragic death by drowidn,; Liberty Bonds or German taxes. occureil several weeks ago; Willie Buy over here to win over there. Long who has been honori-bl- y disIt's billions for defense or billions charged because of ill health; Mike Simpson and Klbert Moberly of Camp for indemnity. For Foch and freedom; buy bonds. Taylor; Willie Calico stationed at bond slacker is the Kaiser's Grecnlcuf, Georgia; Kugcne ilrad-shawho is on his way U France; backer. A man who wont lend is the Hurch Locker, who is in Alabama. Atcr the presentation by Miss Hollon Kaiser's friend. The more bonds you buy the fewer the pastor Rev. D. F. Sebastian accepted the flag in behalf of the boys will die.' Let all get on the bond wagon. church, in a few well chosen words. Be one of the millions to lend the Rev, Willett then delivered a very touching jermon on "God's Service billions. Dig up the coin and bury the Hun. Flug". The occasion wus probably the Buy bonds before it's verboten. most touching, thrilling services ever Idle dollars are held at this historic old church and Put the "pay" into patriotism. will live long in the memories of Bonds speak louder than words. those present, If you can't fight, your money can. Please return our wagon pump. Freemen buy bonds; slaves wear Garrard Milling Co. them, i of seconj childhood t The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 19 1918. MINER TAKES VIN HEPATICA AND Recommends GETS the WELL. Yin Htpatica Famous On Friday September 20th I Cnameled Ware. The bet wny In clean ennmeled nrp Is to ue n HtHr nnllnnry rait nnd no odn; this will keep It In new con (llllcin. '). Prescription To All Who Safer From Stomach, Liver or Kidney Trouble. WILL SELL AT Luther Collier, miner I of Madisonville, Ky., writes in this note regnrdlng his relief from rheu matic pnins, stomach, liver nnJ kid ney trouble. "I feel very much Improved as a result of taking Vin Hcpaticn. I had been suffering with liver nnd kidney trouble, but since taking Vin Hepa- tica I am relieved of the rheumatic pains, my digestion is good, and my liver nnd kidneys are not bothering me any more. "I recommend this valuable rem edy to anyone troubled with stomach liver inactivity, or rheumatism. Come in nnd get n bottle of this wonderful nature prescription ami try it on our recommendation. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. I UNITED MENT Uncle Eben. 'Too much of tie gift of prophecy," raid I'nclo Dien. " dniiReniiia, Do riinn tint knows In mlvnnre wlmt hand he's gnlneti-- r tit In n mfcer gnme nln' no Mt noclnte." What Do You Think of ThatT There i an i spider nnd fly nlntlou nlilch fntiulMft and luiturul-l- t nllkinrrrliHikrd. An ol- server Ima lnocjht microscope to hear on I i.uiy I ..ue flle and flil Hint the m .it Hi.it hateful Insect l often nn immature pliler. Ton enk )it tn spin Its .h It makes the lly Its uluei-pnlfrey, mid courses from lilnit- - to litnre nt flic Mill nt tfa rnptlo; ilthcr until I'rgnsu per- isnes naturally or preiimnlily until the rider tins cronn up ami Is utile to make n meal of h's charger. Pn it ACRES FOR CHAS DIETRICH. k nmt Auction 221 ACRES FOR P. SLOAN. STATES OF DEPART AGRICULTURE, CROP BUREAU OF OF GARRARD COUNTY LAND, PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK THREE ADJOINING FARMS 360 921 - Acres - 921 140 ACRES FOR HENRY MOORE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. G.MlltAHI) CIUCUIT COUKT. T. W. Dniley's Admr nnd Hrs, Tiffs, VS. T. W Dniley's Hrs nnd Creditors Defendants. I'ursunnt to a judgment rendered at the Augut Term, 1918, the undersigned Commissioner will sell .it public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House door in Lnncnstcr, Ky., at 11 'oclnck A. M., or therealxiuts, on MONDAY, SKITKMIIElt 23. 1918. it lieini- - the firvt itav nf (hi f!urr,,,,l County Court Term, a sufficient nmount of the real estate mentioned In the pleadings to satisfy the lien debt of defendant, Kentucky Kurnl Credit Association, amounting to (3,027.75, and the estimated cost of this action amounting to (100.00, said real estate described as follows; In GarTard County, Kentucky, and bounded anil ilesrriheil a. fiilinu.' Tract No. 1 ; lleginning at n fence post line down with same N 19 W 9.74 chains corner to same; thence N 39 W 10.12 chains corner to T W Dailev. with same S 41 W 'Jim chains to a locust trer, corner to John Land, with same S CO E O.uO rhnins to an angle of stone fence S 55 W 3 rhafns in n .ffinn- thence a new line running with a large oak tree as side line S 31 4 E C chains to n stone; thence S 22 3-- 4 E 0.07 rhnins In n lininl jin ifnn. fence with sumc N 19 4 W 8.28 chains to the beginning, containing 20 acres, being same property conveyed to T. W. Dniley by William llurton's heirs, Deed Hook 30, page 022. Gnrrnrd County Clerk's utrice. Tract N'n ': t.nrale.t in llnmrA I ...1. CflUntV. KpnttlfLv' nn Creek and beginning at point in Taint i kk i rren corner to J. w. Davis lot; thence his line to same S 30 W 30 poles to a bar post, at the end of a Stone fellre. rnmor In enmu .....l to W. II. Meriman land, heirs thence with line of W. II. Menmnn S 2'. 14 E 38.00 poles to a locust tree corner to same; thence S 19 E 20 poles to a stone corner to same and Lot No 10. T. M. Davis; thence with same Davis N 12 It lint... t.. K ner to mine and Lot No. 8, L. N I'avis heirs; theme with No, 8 N 1: ? ,,0,e'' lo a l,oint in I'int l.iek ( reek, rnrnur tn ann... .1 said Creek N 50 W 09 2 poles to the hCirinnllu rnntninm. 1 fl nn... and M-- tr IV "rne ir eonvey- . m i, vi Tuincy iy ."mure Moberlv nnd wife. Deed lluuk 12, page 09, Garrard County Clerk's Office. 1... Tract Nn. 'At Iti.irmnl... .. at the end of stnne fence, corner to V. It. Davis lot; thence with suid Davis lot 40 W 02 poles to u stake in said line corner to Lot No, ir.iiin rjuley); thence with said No. 12 S By K "7 i.nl.. t.. .. I.. Mid line, corner to No. 10, Minervnl i ime neirs; inenre with snld No. 10 N 77 3-- 1 llllll'S tn n .Inn.. same and .Sailor's lot; thence with bailee's lot N. 19 W 20.19 poles to the beginning, containing 13 3-- 4 acres nnd being the same property conveyed to T. W. D.iitey bv Squire Moberlv and nth,r. Ii...i nAni. in page 99, Garrard County Clerk's Office. TrUCt No. 4. lit n nninfr near a gate post thence N 31 1.4 K 12.4 tinles tn ii ..wiiu .... I'" nt...... un . ,n ' creek, down same with meanders N. W 7 Doles tn n I r,... 55 stump; thence N 50 W 10 poles to a luiie on oiu line wun same S 78 V 2. 00 poles to a small elm bush; thence S 6 E 10 poles to n stake near rock fence; thence S 49 4 E 8.! IIOlcS tO till, lil'i'Iimlnc rnntfiinln,- - I acres, and being the same property conveyed to T. W. Dailey by W. T. una oiners, ueeu nook i'uv id, tiaire 70. Gnrrnr.l Pnuntt, ESTIMATES. A. noticeable feature of the Sep-- . States ember report of the United Bureau of Crop Estimates is that the farmers in Kentucky report they have on hand C per cent more hogs for ...... ....... .,. . , , i .. . t- - :.. . :i . e r . t. n, . i i i t "timii MIU Il.l HI IllllUS lrUIll The ontiri. TTnlti.il Sluts, rennrt. In. I .LUtftllUH! VJIl .i... UlCW Itll llne, UI1U i... 1 1 -- 1111 U HUH! 1,1 ULIIMIT, .MlllUIUSYlllU .11111 tI.I'.MIIKIUII 1I1KL miles from consolidated graded school, 2 miles from 8 per cent more hogs on Lancaster, 8 miles from Burgin, 10 miles from Xicholnsville, 1 1dicate over hand for fattening than at this time hemp, Brain and stock market, 2 1miles from thrivinK village BRYANTSVILLE in the FAMOUS CAMP DICK ROBIN. last year. SON section of Garrard Count v tsTnnf iifl.vsi rrnn tmmrAft nrA I inc. uiu oiun ai me mount oi uicincii junc. somewhat better since the general rams mat oegan in tne latter pan o: IMPROVEMENTS: On the DEITRICH Farm there is located on different tracts a 5 roont dwelling hall and run tobacco barns, and an 18 ACKK Tobacco Porches, another 5 room dwelling, a four room house, 3 stock harns, two .I il arn, uairy TT nouse anu inner IuuiiuuiK . n tlio SLOAN Fnrni n 9 stnrv. O rnnm fUvnllini- 3 nnrrhr-s- hnspmont. lnrirn stork-- linrn. 1(1 urrn ininrrn Imrn 2 tenant houses. serennt room in vard' cribs' sheds and n rotac . nd b.t 20 per potatoes auoui jj per cem icss. ton- un tne rviuuKt farm, a modern u room metal root uunirniow, nans, norcnes anti oasement. new stock-- Darn, s acre suierauiy more oats were produced tobacco barn, tenant house, AN ORCHARD OF 800 FRUIT TREES, in Kentucky this year than in 1917: nd a very fine hay crop, larger than The land is in cultivation as follows; On the Dietrich farm, 75 acres in corn, 25 acres tobacco, 50 acres plowed and 90 in 1917. Altho the potato crop is acres to beplowed for wheat. Balance in grass. smnllpr thnn in 1017 it .hnnlil nmi-acres louacco, iu acres siuouie, itaiance in grass un tne oLUAis tarm tu acres corn, be remembered that the 1917 cron was very large. Tobacco is now On the MOORE Farm, 75 acres corn, 8 acres tobacco, balance in oat stubble and grass. This farm has level front growing very rapidly and unless very yard right on the pike. early frosts should catch it a large part of the crop will make up for The Dietrich farm will be divided and sold in 7 separate tracts, some with and some without improvements. 130 acres, much of the drouth damage, tho a MO acres, 185 acres, 40 acres, 30 acres, 20 acres and 15 acres. large part of the crop had to be cut Is he SLOAN farm into 4 tracts 100 acres, GO acres, 40 acres and 20 acres. before the rain could help it. Other states will more than make up Ken The MOORE farm 140 acres will be sold asu-who- lc. tucky's hortage in tobacco, however, r. wt in the rn,n nnintn nWrn I "F and hemp crops compared to those of 1317. The corn crop now promises L " I - 1 -- . J 1 . ,t I.; I t.n and a bumper crop is now in sight, The hemp acreage in Kentucky this year was less than half the 1917 acreage and the drouth ruined a large part of this season's small crop, sc that it will be fit only for tow. Wis consin has a large hemp crop this year, about the same acreage as Ken- tucky, that promises to yield well In nt fiber, tho seed can not be matured ANY TWO OR MORE TRACTS MAY BE COMBINED TO SUIT THE BIDDERS. LISTEN-TH- IS LAND IS ALL FERTILE, HEAVY PRODUCING LIMESTONE SOIL, WILL GROW HEMP, CORN, TOBACCO AND WHEAT. nill I there. Kentucky's corn crop is now cstl- mated nt 89,038,000 bushels compar- n l.i.t ed to 122.850.000 bushels year. The United States com crop is now estimated at 2.073,3 18,000 bushels compared to 3,139,494,000 bushels in 1917. OATS grown in Kentucky this sea, son are estimated at 8,107,000 bus. hels, compared to 8,000,000 last year. The United States oats crop this year is about l,t70,930,000 bushels, compared to 1,587,280,000 bushels in 1917. TOBACCO grown in Kentucky this year is estimated ut 342,884,000 pounds compared to 420,000,000 lbs. grown in 1917. The United States crop this season now promises 1,217,- 179,000 pounds, compared to 1,190, 451,000 pounds grown last year. llllSH POTATOKS In Kentucky this reason will produce about 4,520,. 000 bushels compared to 0,720,000 bushels last year. The United States potato crop this .year is 384,453,000 bushels compared to 442,530,000 bushels in 1917. HAY produced in Kentucky this year is about 1,400,000 tons compar ed to 1,194,000 tons last year. The United States hay crop this year Is about 80,300,000 tons compared to 94,930,900 tons last year. HAKI.BY in Kentucky this ear produced about the same as in 1917, 140,000 bushels. The United States barley crop Is about 235,775,000 bus hels this year compared to 208,975,- 000 bushels in 1917. WOOL production in Kentucky this year was about 3 per cent more than in 1917, while wool production in tho entire United States was nearly 7 per cent greater than in 1917, SWEET POTATOES In Kentucky will yield about 930,000 bushels this year compared to 1,140,000 bushels in ,1917. The United States tweet potato crop is about 80,977,000 bus hels compared to 87,141,000 bushels in 1917. I Everlasting water on all the farms. I know land values, and have sold LESS PRODUCTIVE land a little nearer town P.? V lh. PRirP T will soli thnan no i nave soitt every larm i nave oiiereu ai ruunc auction tne mir- wni a "ayuAitL chaser gets value for his money and I know the kind of lands to offer. These farms will be up to the "HIGH DOLLAR". DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. TWO CROPS on nnv tract will nav the PURCHASE PRICE. 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. .,! ulal ' THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. Monday and were united in marriage, Murium Vcrllnrt the groom was called Into service nnd Whll little Helen wn at Sunday tney repeiiteil Hie Twenty-thir- d Hcnooi Mrs. Sam Dalton is with her sister left Friday for Macon, Gn. I'fcalin nnd when she arrived home, hor Mrs. Felix Lane near Judson. mother naked her wlint she had learnMrs. It. L. Grow spent last Mr. and ed that day, Helen replied withGangway, Sign In Maine: Ilumpu and week with relatives In Covington. out hesitation: "Tho Lord Is my Boston Transcript. chauffeur, I shall not walk." Mr. S. O. Vnnderpool of Lexington was in this locality Saturday buying hay. Old Enough. The bagplpo was known In Eneland Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Darker are very happy over tho arrival of n baby girl, and Ireland as eurly ns the twelfth century, nnd Is believed to have been christened Ilirgie II. In existence before the Christian era. S S3 H Mr. Author Preston sold his place lOKetqinclcrrlieJtaKe'W' ir. Kings New Discovery. UkJ jO years. Checks located near llourne to Mr. Malcolm Yes, It Does) the cold, btops the cough. Try.it. Osborne, of Coy, for (3000. o" riles n innn dat prides hi "If kind q soia tiyau druggists r -- i Mr. Spencer Scott who has been self on seeln' how much work he kin do," nld Uncle Klien, "to hear some srV W ID ER with his sister, Mrs. Wm. Onstott, reW man brwruln' cause he doesn't have to is turned to Cincinnati, Saturday. do no work at all." Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hicks and little daughter. Hazel Ruth, and Miss ltuth Gordon's Defense of Khartum. Droaddus, Mrs. Ed Grow and daugh For sheer durntlnn General Gordon's ter, Kelda, were in Danville, Saturday heroic defense of Khartum excelled all afternoon. modern xleges, for It lasted 317 days, of Mc- - or Just nine days shorter than the ltus-Kla- n Mies ltuth Montgomery Th Evils f Constipation retention of Sebastopol. UnforCreary, Misses Mabel Montgomery Leaving watte material in the body tunately, ns we all know, Its terminapoisons the system and blood and and Elva Jennings of this place spent tion was a tragedy, embittered by the makes you liable to sick headaches, Friday night with Miss Lillian Mont fact that a very few days later the biliousness, ncrvoti.ncts ami muddy gomery at Lancaster. would-bskin. Try Dr. King's New Life Pills, army of relief arrived, only At all druggists. jgmpt relief, Mr. Taylor Preston and Miss Fan In time to pick up the threads of a nie Tinsley motored to Lexington pitiful disaster SWINEBROAD, MT. .l BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer. Can Shape Own Destiny. Nothing N morn certain, humanly ipeaklug, thnn this, Hint what a man wills himself to be, that ho will be. Jacob A. Jlll. Fish and Pigeons Akin. XaturnlMs declare Hint flh make love In tho pnrtiifpt of their choice prnctlcnlly In thn wrn wny thnt pig. eons coo nnd how to their innten. Knows Only Too Well. The query "Why does a hen cross tlm mndl" never presented any dltll-cull- y tn tho man ho hns a garden on tho opposite side. Itoston Transcript. New Zealand's Lumber Imports. Most of the better furniture and Industrial lumber used In New Zealand Is Imported, such ns onk, ash, lilckory, etc., nnd cornea largely from the United States, United Kingdom nnd Japan. ilEBKON ...,... fill, ttlirmwu nt tht .nl., 1. ...II slllfirtent nf siit.l ri.nl .t,.tu .u Isfy the lien debt of the Kentucky uurai Lreiui Associutlon amounting to (3,027.75 and the estlmnted cost herein, amounting to (100.00. TERMS: The. sill, will he ninitu nn n .,u.1li biricc. ' i rM&. for Coughs s Colds of six nnd twelve months nml th. tiurrhnser will he renulr...! I.. bonds with approved security for the purcnusu price, uue in six ami twelve months resnortivelv. hnr!n. tntu.AU, at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and et Fog Mignlflts. of a judgment upon which ex- If you see a person In a fog tie seems to tie much bigger than usual. The iiuuon may issue, payable to W. H, Drown, Master Commissioner of the name thing happens when you see men or cattle on the top of a hill against Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will . .. ...I .. be reservpil nnnn -- i uj.ti i BUIUi the horizon In twilight. In both cases until all- the- purchase v money is paid. you Judge them to be farthr away W. H. brown, m. c. n. c. c. thnn they really are, and consequently they appear uncommonly large. J. E. Ilobinson, Att'y for Tiffs. The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 19, 1918. The R. Ii. BURTON FARM at 190 Acres of the 5EST TOBACCO, CORN and HEVIP bAND in Central Kentucl. Six miles North East of Lancaster on Buckeye pike, in Garrard County. DESCRIPTION-Lon- g level frontage on both sides of pike, with improvements in center of farm. Mostly level and rolling with small portion partly steep. SANDSTONE land which gives the WEIGHT and COLOR and has made the REPUTATION of Garrard County tobacco. In high state of cultivation, fencing good, and watered by living springs. 40 ACRES in corn, S acres in tobacco, 1(5 acres stubble sown to grass, .'50 acres meadow, balance in Blue grass. One-hal- f mile to good school, one-hamile to church, telephone and mail service. IMPROVEMENTS-Splendi- d 10 room dwelling, 2 porches, one a large concrete porch, basement, bathroom, waterworks, servants house, garage, 3 hen houses, cistern and well. Two S acre tobacco burns, 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 Saturday, Sept last year for 50c PER 21, AT 0 A.M. TOBACCO FROM THIS FARM SOLD POUND -- PRESENT CROP WILL BRING $1,000 PER ACRE. The land will be sold in three tracts, GO acres with dwelling, 1 stock barn and 1 tobacco barn, 90 acres with stock barn and tobacco barn and 40 acres with tenant house. If the bidders desire will combine two or more tracts. WILL SELL IT THE WAY YOU WANT TO BUY IT. Look at the land 'before day of sale. The owner or the parties named below will be glad to show it any time. TERMS EASY. At the same time will sell the following dtockr-- 20 short horn yearlings, 700 pounds; 2 pair mare mules and 1 pair horse mules, 4 to 6 years old; 5 pair mated 2 year old mare mules; 4 short horn cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; 1 registered south-dow- n Buck; one May Baler; 1 manure spreader; 1 Ensilage cutter; 112 H.P. gas engine and a lot of good fanning implements. For further particulars inquire of D. A. Thomas, Real Estate, Lancaster, Ky., or W. E. Mors, Lancaster, Ky., or SW NEBROAD THE IE AL ESTATE Fritts wns the guest of Miss Puttie Long spent the week her brother, Iturton Sanders nnil fam- end with Mis Sallie Noel. ily, recently Mrs. Jusiali McCulley is at Buenn Mrs. Ivu F. Tenter of thi place is Vista-fonn extended visit. visiting relatives near Iluckcye anil D. Mr. Allen Teater sold some ctsttle attending (irearlilnir there. Or. Mrs. llurtun Sanders and little to Center Bros at daughter, Elizabeth, spent Monday us realized from the About v'-- l with Iter mother, of Kuthton. ice cream rapper for the benel: of Livery Stub!. Office at Ralney Mr. ami Mrs. S. N. Sanders and the school he.e. Kentucky family were the guest of his sitter, Lancmter. Misses Maignct and Nuomi Cor Mrs. Susan Ilromhlu Saturday. nish of Ilurrodsburg ore here the Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Preuitt mid son guests of Miss .Mary Lee Kurtz. and Mr. Charlie Cotton spent Sunday Long is a guest of Mr. at Ml, William Cotton's near Buckeye Messrs Willie Hugh and Forrest Noel, this Mrs. C C. Prewitt spent Monday week. MINERAL DIRECTOR night and Tuesday with her parents, Olllcit Over National Hank. ,Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Taylor of llrod Mr. nnd Mrs. K. G. Creech, of Il)atts-vill.Mrs. Elsie ikUU ST ED Eli; I COMMISSIONER'S n A T n Ti T A W IV I h UtiuU Ul LHllli fiAliltAIID CIUCUIT COUP.T. PltTs, John Beuzley's Adm'r. et al., Arthur llenzley, Guardian, ct nl. VS. Defendants. II 1 1 foARDS,! Dr. Wm. URADSIIAW MILL. .Mr. Claude Sparks is ill uit'i t. A SAFE TEST. l or those who nre in need of a no;-- ' edy for kidney troubles nnd buck- 'aiho. it is u good plan to try Dean's Kidney Pill. They nre rtrongly recommended by people. W. M. Zanone, Crab Orchard St., Ijiiuaster, says: ".My kidneys were irregular in action nnd the kidney I secretions contuined sediment. had pains through my back nnd sides and ufler I stooped over, I could hardly straighten up. 1 used Dona's Kidney Pills nnd they completely relieved me of nil the trpuble." (Statement given Februury Cth, 1912). On November 17, 1910, Mr. Zanone said: "I gladly confirm all 1 said in my former endorsement of Doun's Kidney Pills. I huve very little trouble with my kidneys now, but when I do, 1 run depend on Doun's Kidney Pills, for they always relieve me," Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't simply nsk for n kidney remedy get Doun's Kidney Pills the same thut Mr. Zanone hnd. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Mfgrs., BufTnlo. N. Y. Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon r 8c-a- J. 7. Beazlev Residence Phone 3. OHIce Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. head visited Mr, und Mrs. Lucns Fos M. J. PA TRICK, Kentucky. Paint Lick. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered Mr and Mrs. Tom O'llearn were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burton h'nnders und her sister, Jennie Hurr, Sunday. Messrs. Charlie and J. C. Cotten of Smlthfield Ky., hut who are now near Moberly looking after their farm, urc visiting Mr. Charlie Cottonl daughter and family. Mrs. Owen lacker who hns been with her husband, who is stationed at Camp Shelby, hns returned to her home here, as her husband Is expect, ing to be culled overseas. ter. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCulley und children motpred to Lexington re cently. Mesdume John Ijind und Bettie Hast ient Monday with Mrs. Mary Simpson of Ninn. Mr. Ottie Duiley hud the niisfor tune to cut his foot very severely with an ax, Friday. Mrs. J. M. Anion entertained in honor of the Misses Cornish of liar rodsburg on Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Kay nnd hinvljome son, Neal, of Wilmore, were in this vicinity the past week. Mr, nnd Mrs. Tom Kurtz nnd Miss Kurtz were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. II, M. Kurtz, recently. Miss Mutilda Lou McMilliau was a guest of Mrs, Frank ljmd and Miss Inez Lund the past week. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Chandler of Lancaster, were guests of Mr, und Mrs. Harvey Teuter, Sunday, Miss Sullie Lou Nuylor of Marks-bury- , was u guest of Mrs. John Land and the Misses Hollon the past week. .Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter entertained a number of friends Monday in honor of Mr. George Stormes of Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Noel nnd little with. Mr. daughter spent the week-en- d and .Mrs. William Ray, on the Rich-mon- d pike. Mrs. Uettie East of Jessamine hits been a guest of Mrs. John Land here and of her mother, Mrs-- Mary Simpson of Nina. Mrs. Uettie East, Misses Sue Hig-- i Pureuunt 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, GOVERNMENT SENDS in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M. on AN URGENT CALL MONDAY, SEPTEMDEIl 23, 1918, it being the first day of the Garrard The President of the County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and des- Commission recently wired: cribed as follows: "Need for stenographers and typIn Garrard County, Kentucky, on ist at Washington grows mora acuta Iloone Creek and bounded us follows: Beginning ut a stone in Cornelius daily. Increase effort all possible." The Government nnd all business llrunch, u corner to the 2$ acre tract sold to Elisha Dunn; thence concerns nre short five hundred leaving the branch and with said thousand bookkeepers and stenograDunn N 84 W L'l.SO chains to a phers, and are offering beginners double walnut on the east bank of lloone Creek, corner to same; thence salaries never before heard of. The Government drafted our down said creek along east bunk X 2 K 9.90 chains N u W COG chains to Bookkeeping Set, and about two sycamores on said creek near the EIGHTY-FIVper cent of the mouth of O'Brien Branch: thence up stenographers write the said branch N OS E 0.25 chains ginr, S.'llie I.tu Naylor nnd I cnu.t to u point in the branch 23 feet west Shorthand system that we (each Hollo l .spent the week end with Mr, of n sycamore pointer, a new corner; THE BEST evidence that our courK 31.50 thence new line S (S3 ami Mrs. John Land nnd Mix lvu chains to a point in Cornelius Brunch, ses are the BEST. Take, BY MAIL, our Hollon. u new corner; down snid thence e 'J E elght-week- s' At Our Best. There nre oine men and some women in who? company we nre nhvnys nt our her. While Midi them we rnnnot think mean thought or xpeak ungenerous word. Their mere presence Is elevation, purification, sanctity. All the bet xtcrp In our nature are drawn out by their Intercourse, nnd we And n niu-lIn our souls that was never there before. Promptly Thou 317. Day or I Hifc't. uASTt LANCASTER HAN REJOICES RE- KENTUCKY. DAUGHTER CAN Mr, und Mrs. John d the following ut dinner, Sunday, Itev. Dwight Wlllctt. Mr. und Mrs. Frank Land, Misses Mable Lou Preston nnd Inez Land. enter-tulne- SUME STUDIES. Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Olllca over Stormei Drug Store, .m. 1 1 p.m. 7:30-9p.lloun BOOKKEEPING MlMtrPhonogrtpiy TYPEWRITING "Everything my little pr I ulo distressed her; even a ginss of water wouldvause her to belch gus cud sho was unable to go to I bought school for nearly a year. her n bottle of Muyr's Wonderful Remedy, and since taking It she is eating us out of house und home und is attending school ugaln." It Is a simple, harmless preparation thut removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes practically ull stomach, liver and intestinal ailOne ments, including appendicitis. dose will convince or money refund It. E. McROBERTS, Druggist. ed. CUNN'S CHAPEL. Itomon, n little son of Mr. nnd Mrs Floyd Humphrey, died at their home here on Sunday, September 8th, after an illness of more than six months This little one had been u greut sufferer since un attack of menengitis in March. The remains were laid to rest In the M, E. church yard here Monday. The bereaved ones have our sympathy in their sad hours. 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic Al TELEGRAPHY IIMEItCILlHI kM Mm l Ill rnelfeal bwl.M.. 1m.statUac. la 4. Mart ..4 stasias ! .bwi fp tccM. itallas Ubm WIUMJB aV. aUTa.l4tlaa-IM.BT-- eillulu lMt ri I rjf J.iultirtoiilolnownf f.nl. Willi tbu lullla niMa rwltti l.a. v'lUI Cures and trT?nta lspe. Al Orur-kU- is or by Dull lustvaU. lMiltnr book freu, iwrtw Iwisf Ci, luittM,i. Unelden Brothers. irfhirdlM-aM- . You can Intl.. ut tlm 13 C g ""'"J Mr. II. M. Kurtz has been ill. brunch, new line S 50 4 W 4.82 W passing nn elm at chains S CG 83 links, in all CCD chains S 47 W 2.82 chains to the beginning, containing 43,25 acres. Being the same land conveyed to John llcuiley by Thomas I. Herring by deed dated September 13, 1895, recorded In Garrard County Clerk's Olfice in Deed Book No, 14, page 401. The purpose of said sale is to pay the mortguge debt of Mrs. Lulu C. Johnson, and cost of this action, second to pay Mirum Ileazley her dower in one third of the residue of the proceeds, and third that the re- inulner of the proceeds be distributed among the joint owners thereof, us their interest may appear. TERMS: The sale will be made on u credit of six und twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months, respectively, beariiur Inter est ut six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and etfect of u judgment for which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money Is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C C. J, E. Robinson, Att'y for Plaintiffs. Course or our Simplified Shorthand Course, the latter course consisting of THIRTY LESSONS, nnd we guarantee you from 85. to 125. u month ns 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 College, Nashville,T. Send me, FREE, your book on Homo Study, and tell me about your new plan of teaching the plan whereby it Is EASY to learn BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, ShortPenmanship, hand, etc. This notice was clipped from The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Yours truly, "(Name) (Address) LET US The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 19, 1918. ,i f' Short but Net Merry. xty SPEED DEMONS An ethnologist siiys the natives of I WILL CONTRIBUTE LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. New Oulnon are Hie shortest-livepoo-pi- p In lln world because they rnt hectics nnd drink sciiwntcr. Nut every life's n merry one. Louisville ( ourler-Jniirnii- l. TO ENTERTAINMENT OF VISITORS ifIII IS I i m French "Immo'tals." The Frenfli "ImmortnU" nre the members of the French Academy. which Is part f Hie Institute of I rnnre. The Institute wns founded by d Cardinal ltlrhelloti In l(l'l. mid In Tlie membership of I the ncnileiny limited tn forty, nml new members ire elected liy the ohl membership. 'lilt is Sunburnt much as peoplo do. when thore not protected front Old Eol'o prilling rays. Few could afford cr.ouch to soothe a blistered barn, but we all can afford a coat or two of raint to keep the barn from Mistering. Good paint r.ives ths sun's rays no chance to warp nnd crack the wood, so that rain may drive, in nnd start decay. cold-crea- m IIAMMACK Mr. Andrew Sowdcrs has moved to tlie mountain to work in the mines, Mr: nml Mr. Menefee McQuerry were guests of friends nt Cnrtcrs- ville, Sundny. The tobacco crops nre looking fine since the pood rnins we Imve hern Imving of lute. Jnmes Parsons nnd wife were vis. it:ng her father nml mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Duddcrnf. 1:. t!. Ilnm.' ack ami wife an I r..n tWr.g O. L. Hammnck nl i r, n t.;j I'. .r.t I 'ck. thin week. Tlie tobacco crops in this vicinity have changed their looks wonderfully tince the latt b'g rains. Miss Jennie Hammack of Point Lcavcll nnd Mir Stella McCJuorry Saturday night nnd Sunday. visited Miss Snruli K. I ltnmmnck, CARTERS VILLE. This House Building suffer from 3unburn ni BAS7.il BROTHERS, LANCASTER, 5I KY, H H. a r Wat.' I .u ot tho world. Kill Cooper, of tlio famous Suits team, Andy llurle, (ic.ir Cbrle. "Wild Mill'' Kndlrott, Ixiuli Dlsbniw Fred lloiey, present orld' traik cliatnpluii HI llsuxiUhl, lUf I. ami, In, I'eny Ford, Jutes Hlllntlwi., LL of Lowell Property. Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d Tuesday, Oct 1st, 1918 On the premises at one o'clock, P. As Agents for Dr. John A. Snowden, we will sell to the highest bidder, 2 2 acres excellent house, small stock barn, and land, good other out buildings. Lowell is in Garrard County, on L. and N. Rail Road, and only one mile from Paint Lick, K y., one of the best little towns in the state. For further information call on, write or phone 1-- fSenry & FSeenor, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY. Col. R. H. Brookshire, Auctioneer. Kentucky's Great Trots 12, 1918 46thFaIl Meeting Sept.30-Oc- t. rav, rrTFunn: so , WaTi ' ' lt.'. ti'-TIL' li.Mifi r :.,rr.otil I j. :. ttaa, il'at.Jir.. ... . .. hi Sill -' Trottlt-.--,. pure linseed oil, is n Little Cephus Conn tlio has been mixed with paint which is proof against all very ill is hotter. weather, and mqimains a lund-som- e, Mrs. Juli. Weddle Mm visited smooth appearance. Any Susie Ucufro last Tuesday. color may be had. Mr JeiT Davis houht two nice Drop in and let U3 "show you our lioirs from Mr. Sam Davis last week. complete lino of hich-grnd- e paints, Mrs. Uliza Conn is visitinc her oils, varnishes, and brushes. We luchter. Jlrs. Charley Crutiher tlik guarantee the worth of all our week. paint materials, and our prices Mrs. Addie Davis vi.ited Mr. mid are right. Mrs. John Davis last Saturday niuht nnd Sunday. Mrs. J. K l'itts uml daughter. Ijiurn. visited Mr. nnd Mrs.. A. It. Carter at the weeks end. Mr. and Mrs. John Wylie visited .Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Wylie last Sat urday nicht nnd Sunday. Mr and Mrs. .Milton Jenninpi uml children visited her parent!, Mr. and Mrs. K 1'. Ilryatit last Sunday. C. 8t J. E. Mr and Mrs. Arnold llryant nml hildren visited her parents, Mr and R. C. McRoberts Jlrs, Charley Crutcher Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Keliv 1'enninjrtoii nnd children and Mr. Elisha Pennington I'M XT LICK te . Mr. nnd Mrs, C. S. Hoop m the week end. Miss .Mattie Wylie was the KUest of Word has been received here that Mrs. ltice Woods last week. vuferenee hns sent our pastor the Miss Mariain Led ford was u visitor I!ev, J.'M. Iiobinson back to us an other year. We nre triad to welcome in Lexington the past week. him back. Miss Cleone McWhorter has entered school again nt Millersburi;. AutiT,,.kila rsmiK otui ot llie must ding amusuiiients In th Arid of Wirt, will be a tiit feature of the sit ' enth anninl Kontiuky Slate Fair. be held In I.jIstIMo the week of "Ptemher 9 M rk S vim day nir'nnuit of Mr :h'i " r.iK drivrrs of t' e rid lll t.'-- r lonnit ilia d'rt tru k of IIih Pair's rl-- t ujted ip.e.Iw.Av. nj will go sftsr ' ' aTKitest records the automoldlii 1. boasts st piesent. From i;no to $10. In rssh prises wilt be hulls; up for Mi ll evnl. and the .onlestsnts will bt a tsUiy of stars lei ted by Kentucky Stale Fsl Secretary Fount T Kremer from the norld'a greatest drlters. T. list avail . Ule Includes O'lVmni-II- . IWdln tb IVjte lwis. Pal , world's racing Mmc; iff. roast star oil both' and tho famous Ctitrolet fP lay; t Nroiiiers. first forelcnrrs to lompete over the American speed fournes: Itsr my OldHeM. dirt ra. k veteran of the lot and rated a- - .! master driver" trk I.nn llurojr. Art Klein, Davo Koelsla, Tom Mdlon. A I Hirrlcle. Clen llre-d-. Cliff Tofl, Kdilla Ilearne. Ixiuli I.i Cix and a stare of others Automobile raring, under the gull ance ot the International Motor Con test Association, has become Just ai Important a part of every big agrfcut tural fair and eshlbltlon for the iletal-opmeot tilcli speed motors as hors t raring has been In the past tn encourage the breeding of hlthstanitarl horses, and thft fitilt.lt ton of motors for farm and agricultural work at to. various state and county fairs Is now undergoing the a.ime development which the standa-dbre- d worklnr hor'i'-- underwent TO years aco to J velop the working means for agrltul-tur- I French 5ugarll!ills DeslrBd' Stormes land COY .0M I, Of" STl'lillV. (XTOllCK 5. Tl'ft TtrnMiol. iurar.ul'l) 11..1V Ht,l. n (i., rttr.i.l.l).. ........... ilin Irtllic t.o I'uthic . $ Mrs. Mary Simpson continues ill. A.000 1.0041 1,1100 Miss Archie Mnupin of Kingston is the guest of Mrs. J. A." Itlddell. Messrs Woods Walker nnd Hubert Walker were in Louisville, last week. i Ufa. TiOllllla' 1'iKli.f .VEUNCsIlAV, ei(..olK Hotel. Ills (law.. Irulllur I slrfky IVlHritr !:t: ru., I ii'Esnvx'. ooTonr. (3.,fftr-- l I) . .., fl I, OC'I l i: l.. it3, 1'rrr.for.all. Trollliiff 1 he Ittfiril of .miinrrr t il IU- -, Tn.llloi iitti lUw, radar Tli MdMtVY, OCTOnER 1 Mrs. John Kay is numbered the sick. among $ 1.000 1,0011 ocTonrit Parlnc. IJ3 ,(I.HJ Ill I SlIHt (U... Trutttiu riimurrUiHl, 3:01 I'arlnK lUmirr Klakra IS.rrar.ultl.l ?:o.l Ma. TroltliiK . ?.!3 CU.k. l'atlac Tlio A.lilanil, JII3 Trutllm Turin I'uturllr . T Tri.siiw. orroiii.n 8 $ t.ona 4.0IHI 1. 5111 1,0041 Miss Marie Ledford of Hichmond Mrs. Tom Howard has been quite Xormal was at home fur a few days. ill with Lairrippe. Mr. Iturdette Ramsey was in A. T. Sanders intended the State Louisville lust week attending State Fair, at Louisville the past week. Mrs. Abe Ilurton was a visitor of Mrs. William Whittaker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman (Jay visited her mother Mrs. Mary Simpson Sunday. Fair. ttttl , :! Tni llu, nit rii3 tin... radiv 1'lliQg TIlVKSilAV. OCTOIStlt S. Ir'iiila. t:Oi Trutliiiz. .. . Trunin . IdMa. ''irulliiiK wrnsrsiiw. ocronM! TlirnIlY, t 1.00(1 3,(160 1.0UO I.IHHI t:li u-- (ta.. Tniltint. rarHld Irntlfra 2,000 1.003 .Miss Christine Metcalf of 1 4111111-tis visiting Mrs. U. M. Hurgess this Frnnrr must Import sucnr today, j troops destroyed French sugar mills. nmsi or it rroin mis sioiyor tlie ocean, Thanks to the French rationing sysbecause Ihe Inrgest portion of French tem the annual consumption has been sugar beet land Is In Herman hainlsj cut to rM.(sX) tons, according to reAs a result, the French people hate' ports reaching the Culled Klntes Food been placed 011 a sugar rallnn of about Administration, Hefor-- t Ihe Mar Francs IS ihiuiiiIs a year for domestic use; had an average sugar crop of about a pound and a half a month. This Trsi.ONI tuna of sugar aud had soma photograph turns huw the (iermanj left 01 er for vitiort. week. IVUU S.CIIK) The llluf Grav Tliv Ik!(iKlou ritiitw. till , U.. Most Notoii Trottera cu... iittiiii I'mIdk rrlnc (t,rttr.olJ.) DCTonnn 4 . till) f la... Trolllni ttltt Im. Trtitllnx . tlltl rta.. I'Mti'ic Hirre-'rar-uIrullrra OCTOCKR 10 . . I.UHI I .ww I riltl).r 1 AVIl SATl'llKAV, and it nti:i; OCTOUE, i:n. InXireat Sputi DC 13 Pacem of Amexicti Co ire Is Each Day Z C li 3C OFFICIAL PREST-Q-LIT- E y f Baiterv 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 191G Overland extra Tiro, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. The Danville Walnut Street. -- L. B. CONN. Proprietor. i yick - Go Danville, Kentucky. " " 'f " " "- 3tlC of Camp Private Noble Ml tide Md., is nt home on n short ijrht furlough. Kev, Anderaon closed nn l.ooo l.ooo days mectine nt Pleasant Hill, 1'riday The Misses Conn of near Unuaster H 11 niirht. guests of .Miss were tho week-en- d Miss Gertrude McQuerry was the Chnstine ltucker. week-en- d truest of Miss I'eachie Mae Miss Stella McWhorter left last Sanders. Friday to resume her duties in the Mr. nnd .Mis. Tom I.emay of Lock sihool at Ashland. 8, were recent cuests of Mr. Dule I.e. Mr nnd Mrs, W. C. Wynn nnd Mr. May and family. und Mrs. A. II. Wymi were visiting in Messr Klmcr East and Mike Simp- Uereii last Thursday. son nre home from Camp Taylor for Misses Hettie.nnd Willie William i few days furlough. vhited Mrs. I'rk'e Williams in Iiich-mou- d (ill Ilev. Shanks of Stanford will from Friday until Sunday. ir regular nppointnient at Scott Private Frank llalston come Iwme ' rk, Sunday nnd Sunday mlit. on n ten dnys furlough from ('ami, Mrs. Dillard Simpson has left for Oodge, Iowa, returning Monday. Camp (ireenlcnf. On., to be with Iter Mr. M. F. Ledford returned Mon-l.husband, while he is stationed there, (I rent Training from Lakes Miss Muyme Holtzclaw of Prencli-ersvillCamp, where he visited hit son. Hays has returned home after a uho is In training. pleasant visit with Mr, nnd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. I!. (!. Woods and Mrs lioystou liny. Harry McWhorter nnd D. W. White Mr. nnd Mrs. V, 1 Sanders and v.ire In l.eiingtoti Thursday to see sou, Charles, Mr. nnd Mrs. James "Henrts of the World". Sanders attended puuehint; nt Kork Ilrother KUey of Cynthlana is hullichurch Sunday night. ng revival services nt Mt. Tnbor. Mrs. James Hasty and littlo sun, Creat Interest is felt. There has William, have returned homo nfter been tweve additions so far. several days visit with her mother, Edwin Walker Jr., went to Danville Mrs. Land at Paint Lick. UVcdnesday to enter Centre College Mr. und Sirs. Itoberts and children where he will receive military train, spent Saturday illicit with Mr. and ing. Miss Mary Mae Walker will Mrs. Walter Kelly, and visited Mr. enter school at K. C. W Danville. and Mrs. It. Z. Trice and family near In a recent letter home Hoy Hackley Sunday! says he has finished the EnMr. Jesse Duncan, wife and chil- gineering Training Cours'e at Fort dren of Uuena Vista, Mr. Everett Benjamin Harrison and is expecting Duncan, wife and children were en- orders to go overseas toon. Hoy tertained nt dinner Sunday by Mr. made the splendid average of 94 95 and Mrs, Ike Duncan. being perfect. 1,000 1.000 lavinglirgaravcsiliipping less sugar AMERICAN families would havewe depended than the war torn France, if entirely homo-grow- n on our suifar stocks. Approximately 75 per cent, of our sugar is shipped to our shores. We produce about 1,000,000 tons of Bugar a year. Uur imports from abroad amount to over 8,000,-00- 0 tons a .year in normal times. The United States Food Administration asks each family to limit its tiso of sugar to two pounds per month per person for household use. The military situation demands that every available ship be placed at the disposal of the Army or Navy. When we save sugar, we save 1 shipping. H Bfej-.-is-' v.- -, -- fl 'i-gai-iT- t ;-- . .W" 'jjLi. fftSMjSSSL'-- ' "'Tfr-r'-Y-s- The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 19, 1918. HER REWARD By MARGUERITE b PUSHIN BROTHERS J. M.vMETCALF OPTICIAN HAQQERTY Situated fin n lofty height, netllng amid n grove of nature's Itmirlunt pine nnl elms, stood nn nldfnshloned Eyes Tested Free. country inniiMnn. On the shady reran. (In nf tlil.i lilcnl licatity xpot was seatGlasses Fitted. girl of seventeen. ed a snivt-faceRepairing Done Promptly. Her thought were not nil imhlny Danville, Ky. for every once In n while there $12.00 Alumlno Fnunc.H best Lcnacx lior fnlr counwould flniati orros howtenance n mirthful unlit.', which, Alumlno Frnnu'.s, cnljlu Temple best Lciisch 3.00 ever, would smm become enveloped lijr Gold filled KldiiiK How Temple best Lenses 4.50 n more serlniM expression. Julia Caverly was loved lioth home and abroad. COO (Joltl Filled, Cable Temple best Lenses y Jnlln linil one pet grievance. year she eagerly looked forward $0.00 to $10.00 Sheltex K. G. F. M. 10 M-In spending lirr summer at Illver-pn- r, KryptokH, $12.00 to $1G.00 best Lenses tint the only nlistncle to mnr her Mlful reveries was tho forbid$7.50 to $10.00 Torlc Sphero Cylinder ding remembrance thnt hrr futlirr Office over Mount's Hardware Store, could spend liut one week esch summer with them, ns his buslnes was rim KENTUCKY. nurli Hint lie could not remain sway LANCASTER, for nny longer period nf time. Suddenly Julia ran In from the porch, ns she spied the potmnn. "Mnmmn, you Vnow daddy promised to try and spend two weeks with us this summer. I feel sure thnt I will recehe some welcome newa from dear She enpil In front nlil dnd tndny." of the gnodnstorcd letter rnrrler who, however, wns not In the lenst surprised, for he hnd heroine accustomed to the young girl's Impulsive mnnners. With a roguish smile she snntrhed the letter from his hand, and hended toward her mother with all pnslble speed. She hastily tore open the envelope and devoured the rontenta. All her Joy had fled, ns she threw the letter to the floor. "Oh, mnmmn, I can-nrend It aloud. I think tho very words would choke me. I don't fee how business could he an pressing thnt ilnilily riiuld not spare us at lent one measly little week." "Try to forget your trouhtes) for the present, denr," replied her mother, CDiinty Court Day, at 2:00 p. m. "and rim along nnd prepare for luncheon." After lunch a tevy of her dearest 8:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. girl friends arrived, and announced thnt their yacht wns rendy to Mart for "The a long trip down tho river. 8:00 O'CLOCK, r. M. party will start tomorrow," snld one of the girls, "so Julia. I thought we Lick, would run mer to remind ou to he 8:00 O'CLOCK, P M. rendy on tlm. ao we enn launch forth "How lone enrly In the morning." Huena do jou Intend to he away?" akcd 8:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. Julia. "It will lie fully two weeks, my lionny luss." waa the answer nf the 2Sth. spokcsuinn of the group, "mi pack up 8:00 O'CLOCK, I'. M. a wardrobe." 2S When the girls had departed Julia Informed her mother that she Intend8:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. ed to visit Mrs. Jackson, a dear old is .'iOth. lady who had teen an Invalid for a number of rars. 8:00 O'CLOCK. P. M. The pitiful eye of the sick woman in ttOth. dilated with Joy when she beheld In the doorway the face of her generous 8:00 O'CLOCK. P M. little benefactor. A soothing word and SMMtHMtHMIMMMMIMMM a gentle caress from Julia tightened the heart of many a lonely soul, but no love was ever more reciprocal than the country. that which sprang up between lira. HUNTERS MUST OBSERVE reMen and women of National Jackson and Julia Cavrrly. A basket 1st. putation, will be there, among whom of tastily prepared dalntlea waa laid BOTH FEDERAL And STATE GAME LAWS will be on the program: 7:00 O'CLOCK. P. M. on the table, and after a confidential Rev. S.I) . Price, D. I)., New York To Avoid Violations, Shooting Mast Be chat of an hour or an, Mrs. Jackson Mt. . City, Secretary of the World's Sun- reluctantly bade good by to her little 7:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. Confined To The Time During Which 'day School Association. friend. r Mrs. Maud Junkin Ualdwin, ChiThe next morning, Julia, In high ll Is Not Prohibited By Either Set cago, Illinois, Superintendent Elemspirits, sat waiting with her baggage 7:00 O'CLOCK, P. M, entary Division, International Sunday Of Regulations. to join the merry band of sixteen that were due to arrive In a few minutes. School Association. Hearing tho round of running steps, 7:00 O'CLOCK, P. M. Mr. W. C. l'earce, Chicago, Illinois, In making their plans to shoot she turned around quickly Just as a migratory waterfowl, hunters will ilo t Field Superintendent, International little fellow bobbed up In front of her. well to note the dates of open reasons Sunday School Association. 7:00 O'CLOCK, P. M, "Miss Caverly, do please come In a Toronto, Itev. K. W. Halpenny, hurry: Mrs. Jackson la very sick." under both Federal anil State Laws. 5th. Julia did not stop to think of her own This caution by the United Stutes Canada, Education Superintendent, 7;00 O'CLOCK. P. M. enjoyment for an Instant. The mes- Department of Agriculture results International Sunday School Asso sage was unfolded to her mother, and from evidence of confusion in the ciation. Mr. J. IE. Marcum, Huntington, W. fhe expressed her Intention of leav- niimli of some sportsmen in regard ing Immediately to see the sick old to tiie opening of the season when Va Lender of Hoys. No lady. Mrs. Caverly protested with her the dates conflict under State and Iiev. E. W. Thornton, Cincinnati, daughter In aln, arguing that she, be we Ohio, Writer and Lecturer on Sunday Kedetnl laws. ' herself, would tend to the Imulld's The Federal law and regulations School Topics. nnnts, and not to sacrifice her trip for Miss Martha V. Graham, Wheeling the sake nf being obstinate. Klnnlly limit the seas r.s before nnd after Julla nermled all her mother's ob- which no one may shoot these birds. West Virginia, Elementary Sunday If u State law opens the season later School Worker. jections. lion. W. C McCullough, Cleveland That evrnlng aa Julia waa returning or closes it curlier than the dates home, after spending the day nursing prescribed by the Federal regulations, Ohio, American lied Cross her loed patient, her henrt felt rath- the season in that State is just . so rCM J.K. rmfcWt er heavy, hut aa soon as she felt uny much further shortened. .Many State Workers will appear Special atUIAS.C. IIAHHI9. tkt r.i.l'al pongs of regret she would begin to H. U. UMDSLK, is called to the fact that the on the program, among whom will be: hasten her tention hum n popular ntr and Kev. J. A, Joplin, State Secretary Mrs. ("nu'rly felt Federal regulations do not nuthorize steps homeward. and J. W. V'aughan, State Field exceedingly proud of her generous uny one to hunt or Kill migratory Worker, and Miss Nannie Lee I'raz-ie- r birds contrary to the State law. hearted daughter that evening as and other prominent Kentuckinns. In certain States, ns for example, listened to her relating how Mrs. JackDon't miss this meeting, God Calls son wna resting very comfortably now, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kenand thnt she would never forgive her- tucky, Missouri, nnd South Dakota, YOU, your Country Calls YOU, the call self If she had neglected to respond the season for shooting migratory children of your community A mOULARLY INCOHPORATSD INSTITUTION OF LKARNINO to her pitiable appeal. Feeling quite YOU to go to Ashland nnd help plan LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY fatigued, Julia sank Into n lounging waterfowl under the State law would GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.toffic. 321 open prior to the date of opening for a bigger and better drive to save Train vounir men and women for Business, or Gvil Service chair and soon fell fast asleep. America. Attend "were the children of chair, under the Federal regulations positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of Creeping cautiously behind her gently it not for the fact that the Federal this meeting in Ashland, it will give placed his hands her father employment should write for full information at once. oer her eyes, while her mother, near- regulations supercede Stntuf laws in you new vim in this crucial time. by, laughingly said: "Wake up, Julia, kueh case of conflict and 'prescribe MANSE. dear, and guess who your bllndfclder for these States September 1(1 ns the Is." "None other than my own dear beginning of tho open season, Mrs. Shepherd is still very ill. daddy," exclaimed the excited girl. "Are you glad to fee me, Julia, denrl" tMxa Mrs. Henry Creech has been very conxlngly asked her father. To reKENTUCKY STATE sick for several days. assure him of hrr sincere affection, Miss Dora Cornn is the guest of Julia gave htm a hug and a kiss. Her Sunday School Association To Meet At her sister, Mrs. Jess Dozier. father chuckled with delight ns he con Ashland. tinued: "That wns certainly a huge! Mr. A. T. Bowling is visiting relaJoke to seud you that letter yesterPreparation is being made at Ash- tives at London and McWhorter. day, but I wanted to completely surprise you by paying a full week's vis- land, Iloyd County, for the Kentucky Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Roberts spent it." "Daddy, you surely are a fine State Sunday School Association Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Robrogue. You ran thank Mra. Jackson, which will be held in thnt city Oct. erts. however, for seeing me here today. 8th to 11th, 1918. v Why, I would bs sailing far out on the Mr. and Mrs. Charley liraves spent This meeting will be a great event water by this time, only her tempor- In the History of Kentucky, as overy Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Residence Phone 33. Oltlce Phone 18. I ary sick spell detslned me. Hut oh help win Centers. Daddy, you old dear, I would gladly resource must be used to Mr. and Mrs. Geo Lee Adams spent exchange any pleasure trip just to bs the War. The Sunduy School is one It has to do with Saturday nlgM with Mr. end Mrs. of these resources. with you." of Roberts. (Copyright, tilt, br tha McCture Nswsp. maintaining the spiritual morale pr Bya41cU "The Hub" AUTHORITATIVE MODES in, Fall Opening and Display MILLINERY, PATTERN HATS, Patriotic GAGE HATS, EISK HATS. : S Meetings Friday, September, 27th. And a Large Selection of Misses' and Children's Hats. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND ON LANCASTER, MONDAY SEPT. 23. Gunns Chapel, Wednesday, Sept. 25th. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st Bryantsville, Thursday September, 2(th. Paint NEW FALL COATS and SUITS. Vista, Friday, September 27th., Buckeye, Saturday, September, Herring School House Saturday Sept. Cartersville, Monday September Nina, Monday, September We have now on display and sale hundreds of the newest styles of Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits, Coats, Serge, Jersey, and Satin Dresses; Waists, Skirts and Fashionable Furs. An early selection advised, as styles and qualities are better and prices much lower than will be possible later the season. (TIME CHANGES BACK ONE HOUR OCTOBER 1st.) West Point, Tuesday, October Hebron, Tuesday, October 1st Pleasant Hill, Wednesday, October 2nd. McCreary, Friday, October, 4th. Lowell, Friday, October, 4th. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison Maves are the happy parents of a new baby boy born Sept. 10th. Mrs. Forest Centers and little daughter spent Monday evening with Mrs. William Marshbanks. Mrs. W. P. Anderson, and children spent Saturday with Mr. nnd Mrs. E. G, Creech of Hyattsville. Mrs. W. P. Anderson Sr., and Mrs. James Ralston and little dauchter. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. utto Howling. Union School House, Saturday, Oct. See or Phone Good music, and Patriotic Speaking. Everybody Come. contributions to only want to inform you. asked for, SPEAKERS BUREAU. P. 13. Williams Before having your lS Plumbing, Heating, Roofing, Painting and Guttering done. Phone No. 350. MY PRICES ARE RIGHT New Water Hester. fireplace grate mndo of tubing through which water can be circulated to distribute heat ubout a room has been patented by an Inventor. A snu, Commercial School Quality of Coursge. Cowardice In nny form prevails only In Instance where the Individual Is unaccompanied by a being possessing stroncer forces. In the company of ono or more courageous fellow being the mot fearful ninti not only becomes fearless hut will exhibit courage. W. 0. RIGNEY Director and High Quality Low Prices Prompt Service Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. Perfection Piciufe SHOP. NICHOLASVILLE. KY. Lancaster, KODAK Work a Specially. A Trial will be Appreciated I I) The Central Record, Thursday, Sept I9,'918. Qualities That A right Give -- Full Service. your means will permit, then Service and Economy will take care of themselves. start in the direction of economy Buy, the b.estquality-tha- t Beautiful Styles The Season's newest Footwear for Women. A note of simplicity, in our styles that adds more than one would imagine to the charm of a dainty costume. In Autumn Dresses. Panels. and Fringe trim- Many exquisite models from the best designers are displayed for your INSPECTION and SELECTION. mings are conspicious features shown in some of the models, while others are embroidered and beaded effects. . SHOES Come In You're WELCOME Misses and Children's In colors Navy, Brown, Burgundy, green and Black. All these are new Fall and Winter styles. ALSO A NEW LINE OF FURS. COATS J ssued Weekly. Entered . TP Us, $1.50 TYr.P JLJXO I Lancaster monson, Allen, Mctcnlf, Cumberland. ' White I. Moss, I'incville, Campaign! FARM FOR-SALDistrict No. (5. Quota. $23,071 Director, W A Adam", WilliamsBoys' objective, $2,010.. Chairman, burg. Conference at Corlun, Wed-- j 100 Acres at $95.90 Per Acre. For The Great Nation Wide Judge J. It. Layman, Kliiabethtown, . ncsday noon, Sept. 25th. Complete Counties. This is Carrar I County sand stone Campaign Director, D. M. Cooper, Laurel, Bell, Clay, Whitley, Knox. . Campaign. Seven Agencies Merged land, ready for tobacco and hemp. Elizabcthtonn, Asst. Director, II. M. Harlan. hlw dwelling and one Kirn. Conference District No. IS. Quota, 32.V0 iHall, Elizabethtown, November 11 lb Into One. I Ask about it Monday noon, Sept. 23 at Elizabeth- - Utoys' quota, $2,280. Chairman. It I1 "2 '"ilea 'rom pike I town. we have others too Is The Dale Sel. Counties, Meade, Hart, llul- - II. Baker, Hazxrd, Campaign Dirt , ton A THOMAS KEAI T ! AGENCY C. M. Summers. Jackson, iD litt. Hardin, Laltuc, Grayson. Lancaster. K (iarrard County, in the 10th DisDistrict No. 7. Quota $31,405.60, ector, N. L. Duncan, Hnzard. Con trict of the Kentucky State organi- boys objective, $3,105, Chairman, II. ference, Thursday noon, Sep 20th. Jackson. Counties, Letcher. I 'er zation which is to raise $1,770,800, 'S. McElroy, Lebanon, Campaign Dir-,during the week of Nov. 11th as this ector, Clinton U&vidson, Asst. Direct, ry, Wolfe. Knott, Breathitt, lesl or, Judge II. W. Hives, Lebanon, Con-- 1 Morgan. State's portion of the nntion-wid- e District No. 19. Quota $01,102 50 ) $170,500,000 to be raised that week ference, Wednesday noon, Oct. 2 nt ' OF for Army nnd Navy welfare work Lebanon. Counties, Nelson, Marion, Boys' objective. $5,775 Chair.nai. will be called upon to contribute Green, Russell, Washington, Tnylor, Dr. S. P Fetter, Ashland, Campaign Director, U F. largely of her means if the campaign Adair, Spencer. Zcrfoss, Ashland GAItKAIED CIRCUIT COUNT. District No. 8. Quota $05,001. Ast. Director, I. Edteson, Ashland, is to be n succesj. Norn 1'rewitt, as Guardian of John At the big state conference held in Hoys' Objective, $5,910. Chairman, Conference, Friday evening. Sept K. I'rewitt, Plaintiff. Louisville, Friday, Sept. 13th, the j Dr. W. A. Gnnticld, Danville, Cam- 27th, at Ashland. Counties, lloyd, VS. state organization wns announced. paign Director, E. M. Baber, Danville, Johnson, Magoffin, l.nwrence, Mar- John K. I'rewitt, Defendant The State has been divided into 20 Asst. Director, James L. Ienberg, tin, Floyd, Tike. Piionnnt t.. n ln.l..M..nf .....I.....) District No. 20. Quota, $I9,H7.50. districts and each district has its own Hnrrodsburg, conference, at Danville t ,1C August Term. 11(18, the under-Boyobjective, $1,725. Chairman, isigncd Commissioner will sell at nub. organization. At district confer- Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 24, nt 2:30 .Mercer, Casey, (not yet chosen). Campaign Director, I '? auction to the highest and best ences to be held soon the county or- I'. M. Counties, W. J. Hampton. Wayne, Lincoln, Boyle, Pulaski, Confer-- . ganizations will be perfected. Ashland. '"J""" Kentucky, l.,Hli,c.IJ0".r . . u 'in Clinton. once. T his is to be known as the United evening. Sept. 27th nt(A. M., or thereabouts, on Counties, District No. 9. Quota $577,985. Ashland. Carter, Bath MONDAY. SEITE.M War Work Campaign, and the seven BKR 22, 1918. welfare agencies endorsed by the War Boys objective, $40,350, Chairman, Menifee, Greenup, Itowan, Elliott. it being the first day of the Garrard in it. Wm. Heyburn, Louisville, Campaign to engage Department, are County Court Term the real estate They are.Y. M. C. A., Y, W. C. A., Director, E. S. Woosley, Louisville. mentioned in the pleadings and desA TRIBUTE. cribed as follows; War Council, Jew Conference nlrendy held Friday noon, National Catholic A of Counties, Louisville and Library Sept .13th. ish Welfare Board, American We instinctively lament the van- - j Ky., tractthe land in Garrard County, on waters of Hack Creek. lulling of a type long oed and nd- - nar Nina, un.l bounded as Minus: Association, War Camp Community Jefferson county. Army. Service and the Salvation In the removal by death from Beginning at n feme post at the District No. 10. Quota $62,1 14.50. mired. ...i. uf The apportionment, adopted by the Bojs Objective, $4,095. I""1 nd corner to Chairman, among us of Mrs. Maria Kiunaird I nuHh .S f"'?1' ''"n.c" War Department and based upon the John E. Brown, Shelbyille, Cam- Kirby we are reminded how few are lI chains tn a post; amount of work being done by each paign Director, P. C. Eversole, Louis- left us of the 'old school gentle- - S 71 K 21.70 ij.auis to a point organization, is as follows, Y. M. C. ville, Asst. Director, Mrs. Mary Mead, women, those dear, gracious women. on the side of a strp hill 15 links S A., $100,000,000, Y. W. C. A., Conference, nt LaGrange, Saturday sympathetic and devoted, with a ten 40 W from n small beech tree; thence t mains o n slake In n War noon, Oct. 5th. Counties, Oldham, dcrncss that increased with our dis- a - vt National Catholic bottom about feel eat of Council, $30,000,000. Jewish Welfare Henry, Owen, Trimble, Carroll, Gall- tress, In those days of large famil- fence, corner fifT Sebastian; a stone to thence Lib- atin, Shelby. American Board, $3,500,000, ies where was much to do with heart with his line S 75 1 W I 79 chains rary Association, $3,500,000, War 'Quota, $180,15. nnd by hand, when hospitality was to a stone and fence post on u hill District No. 11. Camp Community Service, $15,000,-000- , Boys' Objective, $10,050. Chairman, large nnd enduring, a spirit of loving !'i,u': "IJ, l'0,t ,j? 'r,1'"1? ,rom I narked elm: still with Sebnstlan nnd Army, $3,500,000, Itichard P. Ernst, Covington, Cam- service wns engendered ill childhood. along Salvation hillside S 25 W 5.00 S organization is paign Director, Wm. N. Ewald, Cov- In that period, too, of much 'in- HI 1 W 3.C0 chains S 23 chains 1.1 The door of every W2 opened to the men everywhere. equality of wealth, of no organized i'-- i a- - H t 1 '.V 5 cl h ns to :i point in ington, Asst. Director, W. A. Babe, r. id We ir !!cu ' r.n I corner "Salute and Go To It It's a War Covington. Conference Friday ev- charities and no trained nursing, to Measure", has been adopted as Ken- ening, at Covington, Oct. 4th. Coun- the women of the leading families to same; with middle of Slid nud W and still with Sebastian S 71 tucky's slogan for the campaign, of 1.17 chains to a noint 10 links N l'l ties, Kenton, Boone, Campbell, Grant, fell much of the responsibility Get ready for the command, "At- Pendleton. looking after neighbors in sickness W from, a young black unlnut N 78 N 02 W tention!" nnd of persons in distress. Such chains W 1.73 chains District No. 12. Quota. $39,900. "Point one foot be- Tho State organization ollows: constant appeal to the nobler side of I yond cttin! Boys' Objective, $3,000. Chairman, the root of a sugar tree snag District No. 1. Quota $81,252. U. A, human nnture deelopcd characters v 55 i.i ,hnln V Cochrane, Maysville, Campaign Chairman, boys' objective $7,320. very rich and mellow W 4.60 chains N .19 W 0.25 28 Director, C. A. Schroetter, Coving W. F. Bradshaw, I'adurah, Campaign Whenever one chanced to see Mrs. chains ,N 50 1 W 3.97 chains to n Director, John McAulilfe, Directors, T. B. Sporing, Paducah, E. ton, Asst. Kirby making her way down a side point in middle of road, corner to Dan Maysville, District Conference, Mays T. McBirney, I'aducah, District Con street with u basket upon her arm East; Nthenrn1 leaving road andto with East 23 E 11.50 chains the ville, Friday noon, Oct. 1th. Counference, Monday noon, Sept. 30 at lining what her beginning, containing 45.90 acres. one knew she-wa- s Mason, Uobertson, Counties, Fulton, Carlisle, ties, Bracken, I'aducah. had done generations Ilelng the same hind Inherited by Lewis. ,1'rewitl from his father Job Graves, Galloway, Lyon, Hickman, before her, visiting the atilictcd lrull.n I'rewitt. ... .i District No. 13. Quota, $72,937. i...- l". The nuniose of this sale is tn re i Ballard, McCrnckcn, Marshall, Liv Chairman, moval of Mrs. Kirby one Boys' objective, $5,070. ingston. feels a dis invest the proceeds thereof in other District No. 2. Quota $70,439.50. II. A. Power, Paris, Campaign Dir tinct loss, a certain flavor gone from property under orders of the Court. Bojs' objective, $5,4-15- , Chairman, D. ector, Z. L. Wilcox, Paris, Asst. Dir- our social life, a spirit born of earlier TEKMSs Campaign ector, Harnett Winters, Paris, Con days of a line and generous people W. Gatlin, Madisonsvillc, The Mile will be mud'e on u credit Director, E. J, Warms, Henderson, ference, Thursday evening, Oct- - 3rd, of "noble thinking and simple living". of six month and the purchaser wili be required to execute bond with Asst. Director, Victor Spalding, at Paris. Counties, Harrison, Flem security for the purchase TIIU'VALNUT HALL CUP, District Conference, ing, Nicholas, Bourbon'. Uniontown, price, due In six month bearing inDistrict No. 14. Quota, $173,841. ton, Monday, 5cpt. 30, opening of terest nt six per cent per annum Tuesday noon, Oct. 1 at Henderson, Chairman, Kentucky's Great Trots) Prln.--e Counties, Caldwell, Union, Webster, Boys' objective, $14,310. from data until paid, huving the force) CamS. Frencli Hoge, Frankfort, Loree 2i0S 4 (winner uf the and effect of n judgment for which Crittenden, Henderson, Hopkins. execution may issue, payable to W. paign Directors, D. C. Cruise, Lexing$10,000 stake at Syracuse), Berth District No. 3. Quota $02,040.50. II. Brown, McCuire 2i04 1.4, June- - Red 2l05 the (iurrurd Master Commissioner of Chairman ton, M. W. Sheffield, Frankfort'. ConBoys Objective, $5,355. Circuit Court and a lien ference, Thursday noon, Oct. 3rd, at Chilccol 2i04 Ante Guy will bu reserved upon the property Leo Birk, Owensboro, Campaign Dir Lexington. Counties, Franklin, Fay sold until all the purchase money fx 2.05 The Royal Knleht 2.05 ector, (. N. l'arrish, Asst. Director, Scott, Woodford, Allan Walts 2.05, UUnche paid. J, S. Rodman, Owensboro. Confer ette, Anderson, W. II. IlltOWN, M, O, G. C. C. Jessamine. Carter 2.05 1.2, amongst the twin-t- y ence, Tuesday evening, Oct. 1st, nt L. L. Walker. Att'y for I'llf. eligible to start. 15. Quota, $13,023. Counties, Daviess, Ohio, District No. Owensboro. Brckinridge, McLean, Hancock, Muh Boys' objective, $3,930. Chairman, lenberg. (not yet chosen), Campaign Director, District No. 4. Quota, $37,902. M. K. Vaughn, Derca, Asst. Director, objective, District Mark Donlvnn, Winchester, ConferBoya' $3,420. Pem- ence, Thursday evening, Sept. 20th, Graham, Chairman, Douglas Clark, broke, Campaign Director, E. S. at Winchester,- - Counties, Lee. Smith, Hopkinsville, Asst. Director, Powell, Estill, Montgomery, Mrs. M. E. Bacon, Hopkinsville, counDistrict No. 10. Quota, $41,458.50. Chairman, ties, Trigg, Todd, Christian, Logun. Boys' objective, $3,735. District No. C. Quota, $50,418, R. I- - Tilford, Richmond, Campaign Chairman, Director, F. O. Clark, Bereu, Asst. boys objective, $1,380. Gen. E. II. Woods, Glasgow, Cam-palg- n Director, R. J. McKeo, Richmond. PHONES eening. Director, D. E. StelTe, Bowling Conference. Wednesday (jjn'ce 378. .!. nt lll.kmnn.l Pnlltitl.. ' Green, Asst. Director, Sam Cristal, Can. Bowling Green, District Conference Madison, Jackson, Rockcastle, OwsMonday evening, Sept. 23, at Bowl- ley, Garrard. Kv, ing Green. Counties, Butler, SimpDistrict No. 17. quota, $48,118.00 Chairman, son, Barren, Monroe, Warren, Ed- - Boys objective, $1,335. The Central Record! incorporated, a year. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. tt Ibe Votl ofiicc lu l.aticsiter, Kr. UttonJ Clasi Mull Matter. TOO MUCH WAR STATE ORGANIZATION Member Kentucky and Tress Association Eighth District Publishers League. Rates For Political Announcements Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 County Offices 10.00 State and District Offices.... IE. 00 Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line. .10 Obituaries, per line .05 For por or r or For For Lancaster, Kj., September 19, 1918 The newspaper reader sometimes asks himself, nnd lie sometimes asks the newspaper editor-onl- y less politely if it isn't possible to print something that isn't nil about the war. The war is to blame; not the editor. In "Alice in Wonderland" runs the verse : "The time has con-.ethe Walrus said "To talk of many things: Of shoes, and ships, and sealing-wax- , And cabbages, ami kings." This was written a generation or two before the war, and the collected subjects were intended to be miscellaneous, nnd nonccntrnxereial. Try to pick one of them that isn't a wnr-topi- c now. Shoes and ships sealingremind us sadly of -wax n recalls certain Hague treaty now n scrap of paper; while cabbages and kings have dug themselves in on the front page. Don't blame the poor editor. The mailed fist hits you no harder than it hits him. At COMMISSIONERS SALE LAND. SPLENDID LANCASTER PROPERTY AT A BARGAIN FOR A QUICK SALE. County by a speech at the worth the money, Court House on County Court 2nd. A new cottage on lot 65X Day by Dr. It. II. Crossfieltl, 125 feet, five good rooms and bath president of Transylvania Uni- room; electric lights; enclosed back versity. This is the largest porch, water works and good cistern. loan that our Government has Good barn, poultry house and other ever undertaken to float. Gar- out buildings. House on brick foun rard County's portion has not dation with small cellar. yet been determined, but it is For further particulars and prices estimated at this time to be inquire of about three hundred thousand SW1NEBROAD. the Heal Estate Man. dollars. It is entirely within the ability of our County to ! WHY NOT THE loan the Government this or even a larger sum than this at SEMAPHORES this time. It may require some, sacrifice on the part of many of Since Lancaster has become a thorwe, who oughfare town for our citizens, but motorare at home, are willing to ing, it would add to the convenience make sacrifice with the same of the motorists, and to the orderly heroic spirit that characterizes nppearanco of our streets to place our boys at the front. We neat markings at our crossings. have our chairman and leaders Until the recent placing of a guide in this drive, but the individuals post, travellers usually motored some of our County should all un- distance down Hill Court thinking derstand that this is every- they were heading for Lexington. body's work nnd each one owes Eastern villages on much traveled a special duty not only to buy routes, cater to the interest of visitthe bonds but to help induce ors with attractively designed feigns, their neighbors to do likewise. giving warning of nntl danJust how much the Government gerous turns ahead, and also pointneeds your work and interest ing out places of interest. The at this time it is unnecessary to words "Welcome" nnd Come Again" relate. Hut if you want to do give a sense of ngreviiMe acquaintyour whole duty in this drive ance witli the town. we enjoin upon you to be at the Semaphores placed at the interCourt House next Monday and section of the four .street? on the hear Dr. Crossfield's address public square, asking all to "keep to and volunteer your services to the right" would fill u long felt want Mr. H. F. Hudson, our chair- and lessen the confusion which is man and under his leadership keen most every day especially on let each man and woman Saturday and county Court days. pledge himself and herself to If we are not mistaken the preceding do1 their part. Let Garrard city council ordered these Semaphores County be the first in the State made and erected anil we suggest to subscribe its quota in the that the present council carry out the fourth Liberty Loan. Garrard suggestion as the cost will be very County will not be a slacker llniited. and why not be the first to Car of fresh plaster. since we know now that A . II. Bastln and Co. we are going to raise the quota. I I cross-state rail-w- u sub-scri- Beautiful residence on one of the best streets in town, lot 00X425 feet For United States Senator. four large rooms below with hard wood floors, three nice bed rooms and A. O. STANLEY, bath, second story. Rooms all new of Henderson, Kentucky. ly papered. Hot nir furnace in baseAll For Congress ment, with coal cellar adjoining. IVindows have shades and screens. HARVEY HELM, Enclosed back porch with glass for of Stanford, Kentucky: winter and screens for summer. Cistern on back porch; electric lights; The drive for the fourth Lib- house newly painted, splendid garden erty Loan will begin in Garrard nnd all kinds of fruit. Will be priced DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 'f1 ' c l..in. W. S. HATFIEbD, ( BBB Dentist. bancdster, - The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 19. 1918. 7 The Season's Most Attractive Suits and Coats are in our new line. THE POPULAR BETTY WALES DRESSES frfr 1 The dreaming suit you have been of is here. We will take genuine pride in showing you our line. have the sparkle of youth (Bettiflba&A the chic of fifth Sold at this store DrGSSGS exclusively the quality The Joseph Mercantil STANDS P OR . Mrs. Jack Punley and young son, Mr. Vol Cook is in Chicago at nn ' J of Louisville, are gueits of their ,r,j Aviation School. cnts, Mr. and Mr. Allie Scnl rs. Momlay. Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Sutton were 6 Dr. Dan C. Klkin returned to Messrs Hurton and Irvine Stapp In Louisville a few days last week. Atlanta lat Monday after n weeks left Monday to enter State College i1 .Mrs. Will Hays of Stanford soent visit to his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. at Lexington. Wednesday with Mrs. J. A. Benidey. Robert Klkin. Oliver Rid-in- g and Walking Plows. Cambric Fence I A flritf Mtntion of the Comtrci md Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Walker, Jr., Gwr.ci lyThoic Wt Afc Interfiled ln .something new Bust and Strongest Fence made. Will Rice Anion went to LexingMrs. W. G. Montgomery of Camp-bclUillhave returned from a several days ton Monday, to again enter State ColOhio Silo Cutter. Exclusive Grass Seeder. Reliance will nrrie Friday to peml visit in Louisville. lege. the week-en- d with her school-matPIIIprs ScrIps. .Tnhn Dpitp 3 1 .4. Wndnn. Success Mr Price McCrath was a visitor in MiU-- Richard McGrath of Itich-- j Lexington, Monday Miss Annie Bella Crutchfield tpent Mrs. W. Ross Bastin. mond, Vn., is visiting his grand-mothManure Spreader, cheap. last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Mr. W II. Ilrown attended the fair er. Mrs. K. II. McGrath. Mr?. John Anderson, of Washing N'aylor. lilt Louisville, last week. ton, I). C, is the guest of her sister. WintieldJ "Miss Kliznbcth Best of f Mrs. Joe Francis made n'busmcss Miss Eliza Lunsford has returned Mrr. Fisher I). Gaines, on Kast Mnin Kansas, has arrived and is at the Street. Danville Messenger. J trip The Deal House. t Lexington,' Monilay. ' to Cincinnati, after n visit to friends home of Mrs. J. II. Conn. and relatives, here. Mrs. W. S. Klkin returned to her Mim Margaret Asking is visiting Mcsdamcs Sarah Hurt and Susie i night lier limit. Mrs. J. S. Askins. Mr. Owen Hendrcn left Monday home in Atlanta Wednesday Curtis of Crab Orchard, are visiting after a stay of two months with her Mrs. J. II. Conn, on Richmond street. to eontiunc his studies nt the College family. Mayor Misses Mnttic ami Sallie l.utz John M. Duncan and jat Harrogate, Tenn. the State Knir last week. Miss Jennie Duncan. Mrs. J. It. Mount, returned Monday Mr. William Kavnnaugh of Cen-- I Mr. Ailolph Joseph was n visitor night from n several weeks visit to .Mrs. W. C. Pepplcs of Covington, friends ami relatives at La Grange. ter College, Danville, spent the wee- has been the charming guest of her in Junction City, for the week-enkend with home folks. mother, Mrs. J. Randolph Harrii, for Mrs. Stephen Walker was In LouisMiss Ilcssic Smith spent several .urs. .Nellie uauou of Stanford nu several days. She left Monday, .Mrs. ville last week and took in the Fair. days last week with Miss Ktta I!os the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kd C. Harris nccompanjing her home for a and attended the meeting nt Pleasant Gaines, Mrs, Klizalietli Joseph an. I .Mr. II the past week. week's visit. Hill. Fox. spent the week-en- d To Vccintc tiiiMi Bmcxira. in Lexington Messrs Paul ami Willie .Mac Klliott Cards announcing the arrivnl of a with friends. Mrs. Henrietta Raney left last have matriculated nt Trans) lvania dainty Simple. Effective. little girl nt the home of .Mr. week for Providence, K. I., where H l Miiuii. No liquid ts fptl Ns ttriaf t rsL ltit Uimersity for this year. Mises Soplironia and Mary I.jnn she will and Mrs. William White, of Indianavisit lier brother, John L. hUoil i.h: rui to bo injiM under tu Ula. Fox of Stanford, were In toun shoppolis, have been received by fricn Is Arnold. Mrs. Dora Miller received a letter iub fit rtca MoBn. ping, Monday. here. Mrs. White before her marfrom her son, Hugh, telling of his fcr uli fcr riage was Miss Anne Held, of I hi Mrs. Bessie Duddcrnr and Mrs. S. Miss Mildred Deazlcy went to Lexsafe arrival "over there". S. Vantis, of Indianapolis, Indiana, city. ington, Jlonday, to enter Transyl Mr. George A. Swinebroad nrried Tuesday for a vslt to friends left vania College. .Mrs. Sam llaselden was hostess nt and relatives here. Wednesday to enter Castle Heights delightful noonday meal in honor School at Lebanon, Tenn. Miss I.lllie .Mae Sutton spent the ' of her guests, Mesdamcs Robert Km Masters J. R. ami Duncan llivelden week-en- d in Stanford with her friend In Xicholjsville, spent the week-en- d Mr. and .Mrs. Frnzier Hurt and bry, ami W. R. Welsh of Lcxingo n. Miss Xnncy Ilunn. grand-narentwith their besides the hostess and Mr. i.nd little son, of Crab Orchard, were vis- Those pro-c- ut Mr. Henry Simpson honor guests were .Mcsdamcs Will T. itors in Lancaster last Monday. is unending Mrs, Powell Duncan. West, Kd C. Gaines, Kph Ilrown, Sam rcvernl days with his parents Mr. nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam lliiseldcn, 'Mers Mcsdamcs Robert Kmbry and W. Kurtz, Stephen Walker, Ross Mrs. U. I). Simpson. Bastin Joe llaselden nnd W. .0. Goodloc It. Welsh of Lexington, are spending and Mrs. Howard Hoeing of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Moss and motored to Louisville la.t Thursday several days with Mrs. Sam Hae!dni. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. U. Brown enterlaughter. Miss Ruby, were visitors and Httemleil the Fair. .Mr. ltobinsonCook left the past tained Wednesday at a ( o'clock din(!) in Danville, recently. Misses Florence Johnson, Mamie week for Ames, Iowa, where he will ner in honor of their son, Mr. H. M. Misses Ruth Carrier anil Mar Lee Stormes Dunn and Kdna Iterkele left resume his studies at the College Ilrown and family, of Maryville, Our FRESH STOCK arrives every day. ;) Lear left Tuesday for Lexington to Tuesday for Lexington to resume there. Tenn. About forty were present, their studies at State College. enter Hamilton College. Our CANNED STOCK arrives every season. , Mrs. Clyde Withers went to Louis including children, and grand-chil- the V Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Ilrown and ville Wednesday afternoon to see her dren. Those present outside THEREFOR THE SUPPLY IS" CONSTANT .ir. iiayinomi llaselden was n Louisville the first of the week and children hae returned to their home husband who is stationed at Camp family were Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Cox our shelves are always filled with Roods at and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. DurC) in Maryville, Tenn., nfter a short vis- Taylor. attended the State Fair. ham of Nashville, Tenn., and Miss THEIR BEST it to relatives and friends here. Miss Annie ltelle Ilurnsidc epent Mesdames John Stormes, Carlton Ilernle Montgomery and T. Cherry " " We have intact connections with a market whose Mrs. W. It. the week-en- d Hastin in Louisville, the guest entertuined Klkin, Misses Annie .Margaret Klkin Aldridge. All present had a very (!) Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Alvis. at an elaborate and Alberta Anderson were, visitors delightful time. products are recognized to be of the highest quality. in Lexington, Wednesday. curio "I.uisr :n honor of her Mrs. II, V. Ilasiin Saturday afternoon in the home of and children Covers were placed for 12. Friends of Mayor John M. Duncan Mrs. J. B. Conn there was a scene of spent the week-enIn Nicltolasvillc, Mrs. Jack Casey, who has been with j ...-- iiiiiuiuiuuiiK iinu upon ins re merry making nnd happiness when with .Mrs. Charles Denman. her husband, Lieut. Casey, at Camp cent recovery' from nn acute attack Mrj Knthryne Conn Tinsley enter(!) Miss Margaret Morrow left Tues- - Shelby, Miss., for several months, WE SELL FOR LESS. is of flux. He was confined to his home tained forty children to celebrate the ' day to resume her teaching in the I), now with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. for two weeks. seventh anniversary of her son. Mas ami I). College, at Columbus, Ohio. It. II. Wilkinson. ter Harold Lawton Tinsley. The Misses Mattie and Sallie l.utz, Miss .Misses Margaret and Nnoml CorMrs. It. I Hubble nnd daughter. Jennie Cox and sister, Mrs. Hailey, Library, reception hall and parlor were artistically decorated in flags, nish of Ilnrrodsburg, nre the guests Mrs, W. O. Martin, Miss Mottle Mc- - .Mrs. Adolph Joseph, and Miss F.liza red roses nnd ferns. After playing of .Mrs. Hugh Kurtz, in the country. Clary uml .Mrs. Julia Hughes of Stan- Lunsford, were visitors at Camp games on the lawn assisted by SI3 Mrs. J. 4I. Acton lias returned to ford, were visitors of Mrs: John Wal Taylor, Sunday. James Gilbert, Carlton KIKin, 19 Auburn, Alabama, to spend the win- - ter, the past week, Stephen Walker, Sallie Ross Lawsou Mi's. James II. Conn, accompanied ter with her husband, who it stationed Mr. und Mrs, Miley Walker and by her son, L. II. Conn, of Danville, and Miss Annie Margaret Klkin, they 61 there. daughters, Misses .Maria and Hazel, aiuP Master Harold Lawton Tinsley, assembled in the reception hall and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mount, ami little were guests of .Mrs. Geo. A. Ilrown motored to Louisville ami were visit parlor, where Miss Georgetta Walker (!) dressed as a Red Cross nurse, sang son, John Mcltobcrts, of Atlanta, arc last week nnd attended the meeting ors at the Fair. lit the Christian church. in a most impressive manner "Sweet the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. J. R. With the view of discontinueing my drug .Mr. and Mrs, II. M. Ilrown and Little Buttercup". The birthday Mount, Mrs. Harold Oldham of Richmond children, of Maryville, on account of my health, I offer my Tenn., unit cake, lighted, was brought in on a business, Is with her mother, Mrs. Arnold, for Mj nnd .Mrs. W. II. Durham of Nashwho1 lias u Mr. Russell Snnford, tea wagon, by .Mrs. Gilbert, when to entire stock of High Grade good position in Paris, spent the week a few days before going to I.ouisvillo ville, Tenn., arc visiting their par- the delight of his little friends. Masend with his parents, Mr. anil .Mrs L. to be with her husband, who is stn ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Cox. ter Harold, dressed as it Lieutenant tluneil nt Camp Taylor. J. Sanford. Mr. J. II. Conn suffered n very stood attention and sang "Over Miss Annie Doty of Wlnnesboro, painful accident Monday when a There." In the center of the dining Mr. Herbert Kinnaird left Tuesday for Ills home in Decntur, Illinois after S. C is visiting her cousins, Misses stove fell on his foot, crushing two table stood the tunk, "Britannia", and pending n week with friends ami June and .Mary Doty, The Misses toes. He is nble now to bo around held attached to ribbon prizes for the L'ni.j Doty entertuined n few of their on crutches to the grxtillration of his children winning the games. This is a rare opportunity tu liny paint for iimnedi (!) relatives here. boxes of candy in the shape of solfriends Wednesday afternoon at a many frie;uls. ate or future use nt a price Impossible to duplicate Paints diers, sailors, Lieutenants, hats und Mrs. Harry Klmore and children "knitting party" in her honur . A will be hitfher next sprint;. It will pay you to buy now mid Mr, T. N. Aldridge, formerly of drums, with red, white and blue have returned to Nashville after a delightful lunch whs served. lay aside for sprint! use. Stanford, but who is now located nt favors were given each two weoks visit to, lier mother, .Mrs. child. MUs Mnttio Adams has returned Muscle Shoals, Ala., In the govern- Delicious ice I ittie Anderson,' Alsoh JariJe stock of WINDOW GLASS to be closed out. creum In white mounds for n yisit to her parents, Mr. and ment tervice, was In Lancaster on with an American Hag In the top, and Mrs. II. A, II. Marksbury and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Adams on Richmond St. Wednesday, and paid this office a cake was Master served. Harold I! Louis Landram are with Mr, and Mrs. Miss Adams lias completed a business pleasant cull. Mr. Aldridge Is just was the grateful recipient of many CUy Sutton, ofter Oct. 1st, they will course at u college In Lexington, Ky, recovering from an attack of appenpresents from his friends, and is the take rooms with Miss. Allie Dunn on with u very excellent record. She is dicitis, nnd liis many friends here proud owner of bicycle a gift from Lexington street. now un instructor In the Institution. wtro delighted to see him, his mother. Mailable and Oast Range $85. & Cast Cooks SI5. and S30. lCrZsip About People MAnMaMMMnMi - J. Mr. and .Mrs. Forest Stapp and .Mrs. A. Anion were visitors in Lexington ve J. R. MOUNT & CO. r BLACKLEGOIDS Safe McRoberts Drug Store Hi I FRESH STOCK & CANNED STOCK I ii ti ! i I Sander's Variety Store. I I ! I I i i House and Hoof faint at Cost I 1 ROOF and PAINTS and VARNISHES at COST. HOUSE ! I i i i Stormes Drug Store. 1 I The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 19, 1918. anyone would like to see we an have seen of France I. pretty and we I located in an Ideal spot for camping nave nau mosuy goon weawier sine"; and the ground Is ns level as a floor our old tubjanded here. Here's hop-- , ing t get to tell you all nbout the for miles and miles. COLUMN S The crops raised here are about country some time in the nenr future, j the snme ns In Kentucky on our wny just nnppcneti to minx me ureal up here I saw the first hemp fields I War Is four years old today. Let us hnve seen for fifteen yenrs nnd see pray that it will be oer real soon Letters to hia parents, Mr. and Mm. lots of timothy nnd fields of red and that there will be such n thing ns (!. Conn, tell of the safe arrival clover. John grow- - World Democracy. Blackberry bushes of their non, Mr. Kclil Lee Conn, In along the fences You sure nrc doing your bit when and arc loaded with France. berries and are Just about ripe, but you go the limit in War Savings us we are not allowed to touch any Stumps and invest nil your money in Mr. Elmer East came up from French property we will have to do Liberty Bonds, besides having your Camp Tnylar, on n live days furlough without n cobbler. I We arc going to three sous in the service. salute visiting his mother, nml friend.', lie have pench pie for supper tonight you! Don't fail to do Bed Cross is looking well iiml says he likes the which will be the first pic I have seen work too, for the Bed Cross is the army life fine. in France hnve not seen a piece of soldier's best friend. We I hope you. Grandmother cake yet. nnd little Lieut, l.ucien Grant writes hi We are able to buy a bar of choco. sister nre well and that everything Is Tri-cotine- s, home folks interesting letters from late nbout twice n week, but it looks all right in the old home town. You the destroyer, Stevens, olf the Irish like we will not get any jam. Jellies and Margaret go up to see dear old roast. He is becoming used to Irish nnd etc., until we get back in the Grandmother often and cheer her up weather which for the most part is n states. What few things we do pur nnd tell her to take good enre of herbojry Do by we constant drizzle called "Irish sun chase arc supplied through the Y. M. self and be ready to see us when this shine", which no body minds nnd nil C. A., and about nil the French have scrap is over. Love to all. to we go merrily along without rninclothes, for sale is beer and wine. Your devoted son. He describes a ball given by the of to I still hnve the little wool $25, $29.-7- 5, pillow and Pvt. Floyd K. Swope, ficers fo his bont at a country club never lay my head on it at night to U. S. Marines, house near the city close to which he sleep, but what I think of all you at on up. $35. is stationed. The club house was an home. 15th Co. fith Machine Gun Bn . Buy now, ancient castle almost destitute of Uh Brigade, 2nd Division, As this is nbout all I know to write However, furniture. ever Irish will come to a close nnd want you A. E. F., vn New York. beauty nnd wit and American gal- both to write me a long letter. With lantry made gay ami brilliant the much love to all I will say goodbye. The following Interesting letter gaunt old ruin. Ever your loving brother, has been received from our good 1'rivnte Millard F. Carter, friend, Billy Miller. C!uy J. Knpler, writes his mother, Co. C 33rd. Engineers,, Somewhere in France" -- is Billy. Mrs. Ida M. Leo, at l'aint I.ick, from A. P. O., 713, Am. Ex. Forces We 20c which place he enlisted last May nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bobert I.. Elkin nnd ir on was tent over seas in June nnd is now will one-fift- h lenr friends: The following interesting letter nas with Company U. 1st Engineering A few lines to let you know I am been received from Sidney Aldridge, well and happy and preparing to do Corp, somewhere in France. At the time of writing he says he by his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. G. my bit, have promised you a letter in is in a quiet sector, although the shells Aldridge, nnd will be read with much ever since I Inst saw you but you are bursting about him ecry few interest here, where Sidney is so well know what the rule is, "Business beminutes. He says one soon gets used known and liked. fore Pleasure" but I will try to type On Active Service with Am. E. F." you a few lines in edgeways, could to it and doesn't attempt to dodge August 12th, 1918. easily write you a small size history any of them and up to that time he has seen very few casualties among Dear folks at home: but "Hulcs and Regulations" forbid I am now taking in the wonderful his own men, but on many -- t the tell such publicity, therefore must We now' fronts the Germans are piled in some sights of the obi country. I had a you it rained day before yesterday in stock-mor- e places as many as four deep. He is nice trip over and enjoyed it very and the sun is shining today. well supplied with socks and sweat- much. I didn't get seasick but had wool maHave certainly seen some of this ers and is furnished all the tobacco n slight headache for a day or two. great big world nnd do give old man in We I got to sec n whale and several one needs. "Columbus" credit when he had the Guy is eighteen years old and no other large fish, that came up to the nerve to go across the POND in the May douht his friends at home will be top of the water. I had to laugh little skiff. Prices:-$19.7- 5, pleased to hear that he is well and en- when I saw the thing they called a The men nre all patiently waiting $25, up. $35. train, it was a little short, dumpy out- to walk down the streets of Berlin, joying his work. fit, but they don't lose no time in as they all go around singing "We'll Mr. Urewer Layton, son of Mr. nnd traveling, they get up and fly. The hang the Kaiser to the sour apple Mrs. 0. T. Layton, has the following little farms remind me of old Ken- tree." Did not realize the value, the The crops" are all pretty neat Invliness of the states until we nassetl to say in writing friends in this office; tucky. "Dear Mr. Klkin: Have received ami the grass is pretty and green. out of right of the Statue of Liberty,' the paper and you don't know how See lots of stock, more than I ex- but 'ere long we will be able to look pected to see but every thing Is soj at it with a fonder hope and love than good it looks to n,c. .fust like a 1 The children look we ever looked at it before. Tin nut 'A tcr f I t.iii home. Am ns well at can be and am doing my best to do my funny with n little celluoid colllnr and know just how long that will lbc as tic and wearing a ccat and vest. bit wherever I am placed. We boys we have a pretty good Job contracted We landed on Sunday anil marched for "Over Here" and as you know! know that you good people back to the train from the boat and the the Americans never do anything home an" keeping the fires burning I while we are away and will do all yo'U kids hung on to us so we could hard half ways they always make a good from the Battle field and return tolhas any doubt ns to the earnestness certain that He can nnd will do it. can to help win this war, which we ly walk. The people here arc not n3 job out of everything, at present it their homes they will be able to mas-- 1 of the U. S. A. in this war all they Lovingly your son, are going to do for God in on our side. large and healthy as the Americans, looks its if we have plenty of Nails tcr that great word DISCIPLINE us , wouI,i have to do is to come here and I Sain, The old people came out and shouted and Curpcnters nnd are putting the it plays an important part in the ser-,n. . J . II:; vi wen lots nnd will tell you upon nv u nri. ng Address me as follows: with joy to sec us pass, but I don't "Slats" on, on all sides, ha, ha. vice. The Civilians think that there my return. -- Kemcmber me to Mrs. Lieut. S. J. Hose, M. C. wu DU"- ""' P'rceni- - U. S. A. Base Hospital, No. 7, Klkin and nil my friends in good old know what about. The English sol The French are a wonderful lot of is two ways of doing things, such is ' killed outright is Mcsvcs, Amerirnn Kxped. dier boys don't seem to think much of people and are indeed nice to all the not the case, it is always the BIGHT ("K" nlen h Garrard Cpunty for that is the garForces. us boys, guess they are afraid we Sammies, and they do their very best way hut in the service you may add very, very small. And more than 05 den spot for me." will take their girls away from them, to make them feel perfectly at home. another word and make it read per cent of the wounded men nre curUrewer is now stationed at Winchester, Kngland, 1st Casual One of the most trying propositions is BIGHT WAY and ABMY WAY". ed and sent back. That is where the Co., but they need not worry. Well I guess I will take my shoes to see a beautiful French Maiden and The Y. M. 0. A. are as free and Ui big number of casualties came from from which point the letter was writ- otr tonight for the first time for two all one can do is I "Smile" as "She no accommodating as possible trd it during the civil war. They had no tin. Eliminated by using an weeks, 'fell all my friends there understand English" and "we no un- certainly makes one feel good tn ie way of curing the wounded and you have heard from me and that there, und no one can gie too luuch J therefore the losses were very heavy. Entorf Wuter Separating "On active Service with the Am. h. I'. that derstand French." My dcr.r The remarkable part of it here Is the Aug. 11, 11)18, Geivres, France. I am well and getting abng fine. The French all live In what is credit to the Bed ('run. Gasoline Filter. Will close, with much love, Mum E. Carter and Maria Hnncy: known as villages and they go out to friends I guess that this letter is way these men nre hit. They are Sidney L. Aldridge, their farms and gardens each day, rather tiresome and will rinse asking shotv everywhere and still get well. Guaranteed to take out all water, Lancaster Ky., 300 Aero. Squadron, An: & K. they do not live out In the country on to be remembered to Mr. und Mrs. We hnve gotten them shot In the dirt and foreign substance from gasoMy dear sisters: line or kerosine before filling auto I wrote you both a letter the 20th their farms us the American farmers Bobinson, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. heels, head, mouth, liver, lungs, belAug. 4th, 1918, do, the upper part of their farms is Anion, the dear folks at home nn 1 ly, legs nnd all over nnd out of the tank. Fillers 10 gallons a minute. of last month nnd while not expecting the dwelling part and the lower part tell all the boys hello for me, and I COO we have handled here only two tin answer to it this early a letter is My dear Mother: I sure was glad to receive three of long, long overdue from you both and , is where the horses and cows arc, or when Mrs. Elkin is not around kiss have actually died and they both died all the girls you ran for a "Sammic"j from complications und not from cannot understand why you haven't your long expected letters a few days rather their barns. I haven't received but one ago, nnd to note that every thing is written. Haven't seen a frame houe since in France, after doing such I heg of their wounds. One died from pneu letter cn this side from relatives and."'! right at home. Your letters were I left the states, everything is stone, you both not to let me slip from your nioniii, the other from another lung that was from Itertha don't know certainly cheerful and full of good nnd some of them hnve certainly memory, with greatest of love and disease. So you ran see that the .why John or James have not written news. Keep it up and don t fail to some history attached to them. Wish asking God's richest blessings for all, boys certainly are getting what is I am sincerely, coming to them in the way of medical but aj usual they are the last to write. send an old home town paper each I could tell you of one extremely old I am "Billy" Miller, treatment. We doctors have taken now located at Glevres week: also send me the Courier Jour- place that I have seen and if you will up with them und there is nothing (Jeves) a little town of about two nal once in a while. think pretty hard you would have a Corporal M. G., Co., 51st Infantry, that I would not do for them und thousand population and about one . Our mail caught up with us just good idea to what I have reference to "Somewhere in France" Via N. Y. they feel the same towards us. All Everything here is of the two-whihundred miles from the front and am after we came back from the front American Kx. Forces. we want to do is to lick there brutes quite a ways from the roa of the big was the reason I failed to get your variety, haven't seen a four win el P. S, Tell Mrs. Zlmmcr a bowl of mid come home, and by the help of We are again at n cart or wagon since leaving the guns. All U as peaceful and quiet Icttirs sooner. soup would be uppreciatcd. ' God we will do it. The Lord is cerPrice 3.50 ench. Otfsct spouts as if no war was in progress, but have rest cump after being under our sec- - States.. I have often noticed in the sr ,1,111 l.n'fiml l!intitttl ftf tft tainly on our side and there is no way for Inset tanks 50c, extra. nnt fl.A I. .nut t.lnl l..i. In,,.. lT llint fit 119. RECOItD where you would advertise j and I urn thankful to say that I am Army Base Hospital for us to lose. These brutes are yelDelivered anywhere upon receipt for the friends of the paper tu come "United States here, but am longing to be near the low to the very ends of their hair. of price. No. 07, Am. Ex. Forces." front where I ran see the shells alive and in good health, and glad to in and see you and that "The latch Mcsves-BulcAug 10,' 18, They will surrender yelling "Kam-trad- " bursting und hear the roar of battle, Eay that our Company made a good string hung on the outsidp". The meaning comrade and then but no doubt will not be there one i record and thut we have a fine Cap. French carry out thut method as they My dear Father and Mother: It is very difficult to find time to when our bos are not looking they week until I have had far more than tain and staff. I could not be u Ma lock their doors and leave the key in write letters and there Is no news to will throw u hund grenade amongst rine und not admire our splendid the key-holI ever longed to tee. DISTIUDUTOIl 1 see lots of the You would no doubt starve to write except that I am well and so far them und kill them if they can. They 110 South Second St., boys returning Corps. 1 never met a finer nnd cleanLouisville. will also lay down us if wounded und I am much from the front and all haw tho most er cut bunch of young men und 1 cer- death if you were to try to edit u behind the lines that our men run over them chasing I were at home. At after Interesting stories to tell, but a per-l- n tainly hope to stay with this Com- paper here, ns they ran get the news safer than if much cheaper than the people in the home there lire at lemt automobiles the flleeing Germans these suckers can only believe onu third of what pany. Ashley told me In his last letter States do, for us soon ns the news is and trucks that could hurt a person will raise up and begin shooting our ) 1.0 hears over here. Some of them I r.re in bad shape and never will be that he had enlisted in the Marine received an old man is sent to all if he got in front of them but here men In the back. As I have said, Now is the time lo plum your half the men they were, while others Corps. He tried to enlist at Clevo- - corners of the village and with a wo are twenty two miles from the they did do that but not now. And Orchnrd, I.nwn und Garden, are real unxious to be buck at the land when I did, but they turned him drum summons the people all around nearest town with nothing around I will tell you how our boys stopped ot down, I suppose tho few week's rest and then begins tu "ruttlu" It off to except hospital buildings und wound- them. They don't take so many Our Itirijo descriptive) Huns. There Is hardly u minute in the day he had at home caused the Cincinnati them, und as some of the men say "I ed patients, so don't be the leust bit prisoners and us they go over a bat- reliable here but what the hum of an aero- doctors to accept him. I am glad he guess it is right" we have no doubt to uneasy about me. If any dunger tle field they wake these curs up by arises 1 will be sure und tell you ull means of their bayonctts. They soon plane motor ran be heard overhead U one of us, and am going to try to dispute It. ha, l.a. find out who is dead and who is not. Would like Indeed tu be hark in about it. and we see so many of them that get him In our Company, Well, as It Is getting lute will have At present I have charge of what they attract no more attention than I I haven't heard from Billy fori''The Land of Now", but under no he over here circumstances would I with this trou- - wu call the "umbulatory dressing to stop as candle light is very poor to would so ninny birds once In awhllle(somo time. To-da- y is Sunday, and somehow or Lie going on as it is for I love my room." It is used to have the patients see by. Let mo hear from alt of you an aviator gives us an exhibition of Pofancy flying and of course we stop In other 1 think more of. home on Sun- - Country, Home Folks and Friends too come to that can walk and get their and above ull things don't worry nor work long enough to watch him day than any other day. Perhaps it well and am glad thut 1 have the wounds dressed and also for alt ac- bo uneasy about me. When work is our cidents that should occur .amongst done all we ran do is to go to bed and Is because you always we chance and honor to show It. rounded for a few minutes. This will be we have to quit when dark comes as etc., Is free upon inquiry. As fur as the eats and quarters are the civilian workmen. I am well satisfied here und In fact kids up for church on that day. No, feel better and like it much better Mother dear I do not neglect religious concerned really I tell you they arc a town of about 100,000 Itself when wo have nothng to burn except can- Write fur free Catalogue. No Agtft worship, und believe more in prayer better here than in the States, us each finished. It will accomodate 60,000 dles und they ure the next thing to than I did at Camp Devens. I urn trying to live right man is accounted for and every man wounded and the doctors und work- nothing. The first two weeks In France it than ever before. & Sons. This rump is located In a pretty has sr place und u place for every men, and all the help etc, will take and am trusting in the Almighty to rained every day hut since then the In fact all that I man, and when the men do come out about as many more. If anybody bring me through this and I am dead J part of France Lexington, Keiituck). weather has been us near perfect as ir frr- - w-- prj- - fi if fr w fr Jjj if CmemCmS3m3m &8Z&imiZ& KHAKI I Your Fall and Winter Suit Is Here have hundreds of new suits, made of all the popular materials such as Silvertones, Velours, Duvet de Laines, Gabardines, Serges, etc not be scared have of high prices, for the done everything hold prices down, and are able could offer excellent suits from pure materials at and $32.50, you get pure wool materials. SEPTEMBER FUR SALE are offering our entire line of Furs at a discount of the dollar during September. Not only you save of your money but you will also get choicer pieces of fur than you will late the season. YOUR WINTER COAT have than 200 new coats, each one made from all bought these May and while they have advanced terial. materially since then, we are quoting you prices. $29.50, $32.50, and Take our advice and buy it early. ft. B. Robertson &Bro DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ... ' Gasoline Trouble? E.G.RICHTER REES J, Small Fruits, Shrubs, Evergreens, Grape, Asparagus, Seed Fruit and Shade Tines tatoes, Strawberries, tl.F.IIillenmeycr Jft The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 19, 1918. 1 0 9 9 Sill September 27th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., I Will offer at Public Auction my farm containing 205-ACHES-205 ATTENTION Garrard County Tax Commissioner will be in Paint Lick, O a 19I8; 9 S FRIDAY, SEPT. 27th, e from 8:30 a. m., to 5 p. m. ft See him and list your property otherwise you must rjo to his office. Gome earJy so you can be waited upon. 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 farm, opposite the old Walker homestead. Peoples Bank PAINT LICK, KY. MARKSIJUKY Mr. and Mrs. Thos Chesnut and Mr. a number of bills under his pla'e, I ' Miss Illanks of Hubble is visiting Itobert Chesnut and Mrs. Herring with many other presents that land daughter Miss Lee, of Lexington, brought, added happiness to 'he diy. Mi Annie Illanks. have returned home after visitinK Mrs. Fanny l'ollard has been quite Oni- - of the bet patriotic sermons relatives of this place. sick for several days. heard in this section was prer.c'icl i Mis Annie Illanks ha returned Mrs. Ileii Hughes and Miss Delia last Sunday morning at the church by from a visit to Louisville. Ilice Hughes of Lancaster, and Miss Dr. It. A. Dawes, in keeping with the The meetinic is continuing with Hajne West of Lexington, attended unveiling of the "Service Flag" felonly three additions by letter to date. worship at the church Sunday and low ed by appropriate remarks by Itev W. Mnhan, and the rending of the .Mr. T. T. l'ollard spent last week were guests of Miss Sue Sutton, Sun- J. S. S. and community, with her father, Mr. James Clark of day. Miss West will continue her name of the who have enlisted for service of our visit here for several day. Lancaster. country. The service was very Messrs Itoliert and Lesli.' from beginning to end. The Mrs. B. K. Swope was hostess for rpent Monday with their parent Mi. her husband's anniversary last Wed- audience nrosc to their feet when and Mr. Will Clark of I.e.Mi.pcon Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Dye Mifs Amy Dawes the accomplished nesday. Mr. V.'. I). Marksbury has returno 'of Liberty. Mr. and Mr. George daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Dawes playfrom Lexington where he ha been Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. S. Lucas of Mt. ed as a violin solo, (accompanied by ' visiting his son, Mr. W. 1. Mnr'nbury. Salem, Mr. W. D. Mnrksbury were .Mrs. Dawes) "The Star Spangled At the close of the sermon Miss Hunter has been suffering (present to enjoy the splendid repast Banner". two or three months from blood which was prepared for the occasion. Kcv Mahnn with appropriate remarks poison in both hnnds, due from veg- The enjoyment of the day for Mr. unveiled the flag, America was sung I Swope was enhanced when he found for the closing hymn. etable poison. This Place is Well Watered and Improved This farm will be sold in THREE TRACTS and then as a whole. FIRST TRACT Containing about SO acres; has a four-roocottace with two porches; good cistern: milk house; smoke house; hen house; tobacco barn, newly covered; fine orchard, and plenty of good water. toSECOND TRACT-Cohtainiabout 55 acres, with a new bacco barn. about 70 acres, with three-rooTHIRD TRACT-Containi- ng tenant outbuildings, well watered and fenced. house, small barn, and other TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. m 12-ac- re ng 3-a- m dirt Theo (Bottom. Jesse Cobb Auctioneer imVAjNTSVILLK .MiM Klua lon spent a few I" .1 Lancaster lat week with relative. Mill Jane Bowling ha matriculated nt K. C. W. at Danville, this car Mr. O. A. Bowling and Dr. It. C Rose spent Wednesday in Lexington. Mr. Rnmnnd Kinir of Cement Cal. ha been spending several days here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. DaviJ Kankin, Jr nnd Mr. II. K. Fox attended the State Fair KrMay and Saturday. R. D. 3, PAINT LICK, KY. friend Rr SoreMuscle s .Stiff Joints Mr. Ambrose Cnhco, of Itichmond and father, Mr. George Stormr nf Oklahoma, nre here visiting nnil relatitcs. tins ' KILLS i .Mr and Mr. Ii. W. Sanders and daughters, .Mr. W. II, Gulley and M K'lsie Whittaker wero in I.ex. miclon, Monday. s Koa Kay and Inet Kny, and Messrs Karnest Christmnn and John Kdd Layton were guits of Miss Mary Banks Andersoir, nt the home of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Anion, Sunday. nil; at ten o'clock - SALE The Bryantsville High School open eil Mondny with a large attendance Itev. (5. S. Conant is principal. Mr. (!. C. Rose of F.au Gallic, Kla, for a visit l expected in a few ilay !. B. to hi parent. Mr. and Mr. Itoe. Mr. J. W. I'arlee returned from Lexington Friday where he had been Mis l.ouri Brown entertained a for two week with hi son, Mr. Welsh number of friend Saturday evening. Karlee. Mrs. lEaymnnd Kay and son, Neal. STAND Mr. and Mr. II. U Klder of guests were guests Inst week of Mrs. Thomps were the week-enDavis. of Mr. J. Hognn llallard. Mr. Klder Mr. Mike Simpson of Cnmp l'nlor Terrible Suffering From Headache, remained for a longer visit. was nt home on a few day furlough Sideache, Backache, and Weak-ne- t, .Mr. and Mr. Dudley Uiwson of last week. Relieved by Cardui, Itavenwood Mo., have been the guest Kcv. lV II. Willett closed u serie Syj This Texas Lady. of friend and relative here. Tue-da- y they were entertained hy Mr. of meeting here last Friday wi'li lo additions, J. W, llryant. Gonzales, Tex. Mr. Mlnnlo Flill-poof thla place, writes: "I'lvo years Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Hill entertained Mr. F.liiu II. Mallard, Mis Mayme Mary a number of friends and relatives ejo I wai taken wllli a patn In my Lee Ballard and guest, Mis left side. It wag right under my Hunter, of Georgia, pent Wednesday last Friday. iti rib. It would commence with an in Lexington, and attended "Hearts W. F.. Whittaker aching Mr. and Mrs. and extend up Into my left of the World." and Mrs. It. boulder and pent Sunday with Mr. ba .down Into my back. By that time the pain would be do Mr. Sam Dcatheragc and daug- W. Sander. hter, Misses Valinda and Martha, of Misses Irene Bradshuw and I'attie eevera I would have to take to bed. Itichmond, Mr. and Mr. Kmbry Long were visitors last week of Mrs, and Buffered usually about threo day Dcnthernge of Ohio, motored down Talbott Jenkins. ...I suffered this way for three years, got from Hlchmond Wednesday and were Mr. Otis Kny Bogie i visiting her and weaktoI be n mero skeleton and was so rould hardly stand alone. tuests of Mr. J. W. llryant. parents, Mr. nnd Mr. Scott in Jessa. Was not nblo to go anywhere and had to let iny house work eo.,,1 suffered Mr. and Mrs. Hogan llallard enter, mine county. awful with a pain In tny back tained n few friend at dinner SunMr. nnd Mrs. Harrison Kay enter had the headache all the time. aad I I Just day, in honor of Miss Mary Hunter, tained a number of friend and rela was uuable to do a thing. My Ufa was a misery, my stomach got In an of Quitman, Gn. Tlie other guests tives at dinner, Sunday. awful condition, caused from taking were lr. and Mr. II. C, Rose, Mr. Mr. and Mr. Dewey Price and son. o much medicine I suffered so much Raymond King of Cement California,1 were week-en- d visitor of his parents, pain. I had just about given up all Nlchol-asvillMr. and Mr. II. U Elder of hopes ot our celling anything to help Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Trice. me. and Mias Muyme llallard. Misses Itettio Mae Sparks and Mist One day a Birthday Almanac was went Quite a number from hero last thrown In my yard. After reading Mavme Sebastian were guest to Ix)ulvillc last week for the State week of Its testimonials I decided to try CarMr. Walter Grow. dui, and am so thankful that I did, Fair. Anionic those who went were were for I becan to Improve when on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn Mr. and Mr. Noah Marsee, Jr., Mis visitors last week of her parents, Mr. second bottle... I am now a well tVMary Belle Halcomb, Mr. and Mr. woman and feeling; fine and the curs and' children, Mr, and and Mr, lrvln, ut Red House. 11. I'. Swopc, baa been permanent for It hsa been Whittaker two years since my awful bad health. Mr. and Mrs. Henley Mr. J. C. Williams and children, and I will always Erulte tnd recommend Mr. It. K. Swope and Messrs A. D. and daughter were visitor last week Cardui." Try Cardui today. K 78 of Mr. and Mr. W. II. Gulley. and Robert Swope. Misses Mayme Sebastian, Jlettie i Mne Sparks, Kosu Kny, Darothy IlL'CKKYK Whittaker, Snllie Lou Tiater and KUie Whittaker i Mi visiting L'thcl Kay and Kcv. D. II. Willett and relative here. Kev. 1). F. Sebastian were entertained Miss Leila Tenter was the guest at dinner last Tuesday, at the home last week of Mrs. Mai L'arter. of Miss Barbara Gulley. Mr. J. N. Tenter who has been ill for several weeks now, is improving. OF LAMP. STOCK AND MMm 21st, '18 COULD HARDLY Having decided to leave the county, I will on ALONE Saturday, Sept A. M., offer for sale my farm located one and one-hal- f miles 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 in 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 wagon ;1 set of buggy harness; corn sheller and a lot of other farming implements too numerous to mention. , Some household and kitchen furniture. TERMS made known on day of sale. R. I.. BUOWN. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. 10 9 The Central Record. Thursday, Sept 1,9,1,3,18. Ht?MMMM MM SEE IIS SOIL SAYING SCIENTIFIC FURHiCE AT iUR OIONSTSATION September 20th, 21st, 23rd Saves 1- -3 the Fuel. i ! I' i I z Here is the furnace that keeps thousands of homes warm as June throughout the severest winters known in tin's People of Lancaster! Here is your chance to country, ami at a saving in fuel that has surprised even those who are most skeptical about its performance! with the Original Patented Pipeless Furnace which, coming on the market nine years ago, has revolution- learn about and become familiar Think of it. you who have suffered the discomforts of make- ,Vnri ri'ivn.w.n hnntiiifv hv rlninir :nvav entirelv with costly heat wasting pipes! shift heating systems! A comfortable even temperature of seventy degrees throughout the house-- - no matter how cold the weather and no nines to clutter uo the house. You surely must make the acquaintance of the PRACTICAL I : ECGNOfiildL DON'T FAIL TO EXHIBIT VISIT THE CALORIC R OUR SHIPS, RAILROADS, NI MUNI! ION PLANTS, riGIITINR MT.N NEED AT OUR STORE, rUEt. Tllt'.UErORE. I'OUND OK HELPS TO WAR. . vrrv Flint. The I Original Patented Pipeless Furnace 20. 21. 23. SAVED VIN TUP. a it a c V u o M o ft OIVI5CM. PIA7C r. c o o o CXTRA URCt J a 0 Pliuiifoni View of the Patented Caloric Pipeless Furnace, showing iti scientific construction. More tha o 50,000 Caloric Pipless Furnaces have o Pate ltod Ko.nl these iPipoit Hit fu.. ,' v on tu j:. aioiic Pti'dets I'limaec. Tit "(UH of t!.e retiho 'or i' j r. i ..n iiM over the cu.rti.v .i'-foil.s Mini' : riijlst lien in Lanci.i,i r nr.d cin.t.. NOT A PIPE FUP.KACE. 'J he Calorie is not n pipe furnace v. nil ihe pipe left oir. Neither is it an experiment, hastily put to. aether to meet a demand. It is specially dsij,'iK'd and built to uniformly hont ami ve"ti!ate lmildinK more economically and more i...itu'f:iiioiily than they have been heated by other heating systems. Its operation is based on the natural law that warm air rises and cold air falls. The patented features, which arc used only in Calorie construction, makes possible the constant circulation and sterilization of the air in buildings in which Calorics have been installed. EASY TO INSTALL. The Caloric can be installed in old buildings without the need of costly remodeling. It can also be placed in new buildings with less trouble and expense than any other type of furnncc manufactured. Requires only a minumum of cellar space and no space in the rooms above. Food of all kinds may be stored in the cellar alongside the Calorie because there are nopipcs to radiate the warmth where it is not desired. Drafts are regulated from the floor above. BURNS-ANFUEL. Hums hard and soft coal, lignite, coke, wood and all other furnace fuel. Every pound of fuel consumed in the Caloric double ribbed fuepot delivers a maximum supply of heat. s SOUVENIRS Yeu will be able a most of the interest- THE CALORIC PIPELESS lURNACE SAVES PROM ONE-TO ALF YOUR I Ul'.l.. ih-rfcr. EVERY MAN WHO 1iUYS A CALORIC HELPS TO WIN THE WAR. ONE-TIIIR- ing feHttucs of this wonderful furnace at the stoie of Haselden P,io. Come pre- demonstration LOW COST. been installed In Homes, Churches, and Business buildings. The low cost of the Caloric Pipeless Furnace has plnccd this healthful, safe, sanitary and efficient system within everybody's reach. pared if ptMwible with u rough drawing of the floor plans of your house so that we-c- an ie'l you if your building can be heated v.ith a Calorii Pi(e!es Furnace and whejo the one register would be located in 'iler that you. too, may be able to enioy ;horongh comfort this coming winter. The Caloric is sold in Garrard County by the dealers whose names are at the bottom of this ad. If you will call, write or phone to them they will be glad to give you explanatory literature anil put you in a position to examine the construction features of the Caloric at first hand. You cannot afford to delay the solu- tion of your winter he,ating problem until cold weather drives you to it. The is urging people to buy coal early. What better then, than to buy" your Caloric too. GUARANTEED. The Caloric is manufactured by the Monitor Stove Company of Cincinnati, an organization that has been making heating appliances for HO years. The Monitor Ironclad written Guarantee, that is given with every Caloric sold, insures a uniformly and economically heated building. nt PARTIAL LIST OF IN USERS AND AROUND LANCASTER. 11 ufa 11 Itallanl, Home S'atiiler. -- I)av' .millers. Trunk Murklury, Wlllinm Dickrnnn, Tler Chnmp. Rainey. S. (!. Ilnu'lcli'fi, II. C. Arnold. Su-voWalker, Hnrvry Mcllcutu. I. P. KilrpatrirL William A rUEL SAVER. - tin-- Caloric in yjy rriilvncc fcr the pait winter. My home i aln romfortiiliK' nnil a a fuel raver it ran not he urnsni W A. Dickrreon " "I l'urnni'- liar ueil to s : I X1 HASH3LDE13SF tKn.!tjiRKit)fSSS.SiSKJUJKSS3t FOR SAI.K 1 e BROS., Lancaster, Ky. MNNMtmMMHMMNNHNMUl OF RESPECT. IMMMjWHIMIIIIMM!' power Apply Classifiad Column RATESi S.rirle insertions lc a woril Jo i 1 taken for lejn than 20e .ii tli - column. No nils in this ci.luimi elmrceil. Seven infertlon3 for the price of live. l'iicne. onltrs mut he puiil promptly. i I'nirbanks anil Morse Gasoline engine, good as new, will sell cheap. to W. F. Champ, at Rank. FOR SALE: A handsome set of walnut furniture, some antique,, furniture, and a hand vncum clcuncr. All in good condition. Inquire ut this Jj office. " jj 2 RESOLUTIONS : ' saacABaKi!ilsiiii8ii , SALE drill, cheap, TOP. ntuo Good Hoosicr wheat It. Woods, Munse, Ky '200 FOR SALE 1.2ft. Call particulars. for year 1 Mirror, 3 ft by 1 or this office for FOR KENT: D ID. tf Farm of 130 acres, See or write Mrs. Grace Sutton, Stanford, Ky. Route 4. WANTED TO FEED about 00 .good healthy hogs, weighing not less than 100 pounds. Phone W. C, Roe, C amp Dick Robinson. Remember the time is limited for the penalty to go on all old and Save this extra amount by paying your taxes at once. L. E. Herrou, City Tux Collector - .... . FOR SALE: House and about 3 1 2 acres of land. Lies well, plenty of water. In good neighborhood. or further information, see, W. K. Leavell, Lancaster Ky, It. It.l. FOR SALE: 307 acres of Illue (iruss land in Mercer county on the pike, between Iluenu Vista and llur-giThis furm is the best bargain In Mercer or Garrard county, at the price asked. For particulars, call on or write, J. R. Abner, Bueim Vista, Ky. FOR SALE OR THADE: About acres of Knox County coal and timber land; right on L. & N. Rail toad and State road. Has four hous if and can be divided to suit purchas 4r. For further particulars apply to Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., Route No. 1. Phone 337-U- . SCO By W. C. T. U.. FARM LOANS. Whereas, it hath pleased our lovUegin now to arrange for January ing heavenly Father to remove from leans. Ask about our new plans. No our midst our beloved sister, Maria loini fee charged. Kirby, although "we sorrow not as I). A. Thomuj, Realty Agency. these who have no hope", knowing that her "absence from the body is preswnce with the Lord," yet we MR FARMER would in our great esteem, and as an I have 150 bushels of the Marvelregard expression of our supreme ous cr Peck Wheat that is perfectly und loving remembrance, offer the free from smut and as good as I ever following resolutions. kiw. Aee cample at the Record Of That the Woman's Christian Temfice or nt my lumber office. perance Union has, in Sister Kirhy's A. F. Sunders. death, sustained a loss that is almost incalculable, realizing, however, that AT AUCTION. "our loss is her eternal gain". That we will mini her cheerful On Saturday, September 28th at greetings, the inspiration of her prestwo thirty the school house and lot) ence, the helpfulness of her wise ut Uuckeyo will be sold at public I counsel und the glorious example of auction to the highest bidder. This her noble Christian' life. is n very desirable piece of property That we extend to her bereaved nnd prospective buyers can see Mr. relatives and friends our heartfelt Oirar Ray t Buckeye or Miss Jennie sympathy in their sorrow, yet would Higgins, at Lancaster, concerning bid them see through their tears, anthe terms. other precious soul standing wulting to welcome them at life's close. BUY OLD FALSETEETH. WE Mrs. Funny Farra, Amanda Anderson, Com. We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). We also pay actual value for diamonds, old Gold, DISSOLUTION NOTICE Send at Silver und llridge-worNotice is given that the corporaonce by parcel post and receive cash tion known as the CENTRAL RECby return mull. ORD, will be dissolved on Thursday, MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St., October, 10th, 11)18, by mutual conThe busiPhiUdelphU, P. sent of the stock-holderness will be conducted in the future THE GREAT RACEl The most .n. under the name of The Central Recsational field of pecers ever ffot to- ord. J. E. Robinson will be the sole gether in the world make up the owner and proprietor. He will asPace at sume the payment of all debts and field for the Free.for-al- l Leainfton Wednesday October 2nd. demunds ugainit tlm corporation and Never before have four horses continue the business in the same or with records better than two min- similar manner us was conducted by utes been entered In the same race, the corporation. but for the bif race at Leainfton J. E. Robinson, the entries are! Miss Harris M liSB Frances C, Robinson, 1.4, William ItSS Simla C ILL. Elkln. S9 llSS.1.2, Napoleon Direct Some good seed rye. FOR SALE: Hal Boy 20I, Llsiie March 2i03 N. Prewitt, Taint Lick. 1.2. 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, house, stock barn and all necessary out buildall in grass, good five-room ings. This farm is located six miles from Lancaster on Fall Lick pike, and known as the Cy Baird place.. v Will also sell at the same time, one pair of good work mules; 2 cows wagon; plows gears; corn hay and other and calves; sow and pigs; things too numerous to mention. Household and kitchen furniture. TERMS made known on day of sale. W. B. W. T. KING, "Auctioneer. V Peters -