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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 26, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918092601_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 26, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 26. 1918. NUMBER It. jpFHEll 1111 BfltH The New Liberty Loan Honor Flag $229,400 GARRARD'S MENT FOR APPORTIONFOURTH Mr. Farmer Your fall plowing can be done with I LIBERTY LOAN. LESS WORft, EXEIUTM COMMITTEE AND ESTIMATE COMMITTEE NAMED. Subscriptions LESS LABOR, LESS EXPENSE Speikinjs and Volunteer with All CONDITIONS Together Now! WU One For Order of first Week Of Campaign. ARE SUCH THAT LANCASTER certal:. kind of farming Implements arc very hard to get. If you are Interested atid need anything In tills Hue, rflve us your order now. HAPPIEST MAN "iN Dr. It. II. Crossficld, President of Transylvania College, opened the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign here last Monday, speaking to a large and TOWN. attentive audience at the court house. He was introduced by the chairman of the meeting, Judge Lewis L. Walker, nil I sp l;e fur over nn hour, his master address being frequently interrupted with prolonged, npjlause. It Is said by many to have been the best talk or address of this chnructor yet heard in Lancaster, and he was heartify congratulated by many eftcr JOHN DEEEE RIDING PLOWS SOLD AND n Conn eh Brothers. lld LjE JE LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. E1I 3J Mr. I.en Miller, known by his intimate friends, n "Happy" is even happier to.liij than ever, because of a neautiful girl bnby who arrived at I .in has spent his home yesterday. tho greater I'nrt of his life in the Kecord ilTice. being its efficient foremnn, nnd the entire force, villi fiit.uls congratulate him noon the ne. i; Miticn to his hanny f..mily BiMiit5tVBdiD$ the ..; i. - . ii U. Cha rn an I'. Iluil.-o- n cll.-- a,g-nicti- MEETING CLOSES After ii viiy successful meeting of two weeks, under the leadership e, of Uev. W. (!. Muntgomcry, of the meetil.g closed last Sunday cicning r.t the Christian During the meeting forty-on- e church. additions wuc added to the being by confest iuireli, 'twenty-si- x sion and fifteen by letter. IlaptUmal nrvices were held at the church last Sunday aftemotn, when twcnty-."wire baptized, thirteen boys and thirteen girls. at the rourt house Tuesday it'cuin" and every detnil as to tin ' for the next ten days w:w fij arranged, as well ns committeer bt .iS whijh begins hers next Sntunlav and 'SI, II lasts until October tilth. received Chairman Hudson the n,.nn,l ...imunl ..llnlfn.l In fl .fil-- . county yejterday morning and it lias been fixed at $22y,400. This amount must and tt .11 be subscribe., by th- ! GUARANTEED BY It"! t'ur oung sailor objets to being September morns and September ...csare chilly. Let's go to the called n "Jnckie". In his own par- lanre he refers to himself as n "gob" In our view any one considering him" Tut lieTjurJ0"05 self n "cob" should welcome thi' i iuiiy hi. lately been the l.anl name lie "Jackie". m.e nnil Frame the Land of f r.n lice i'r A n army cannot march nor tight JTuiIioi!!bpi5r without its home support, think of s.itunt? When the Yonk ti.it e uhat the army is doing in France. I . . ii France n little longer 'there Remember that we are at home are n't v no such anlniilc." to your its support, and subscribe h tiBtix 655?" - - -limit for the Fourth Liberty Loan. -U th season the hay fever tic-- i C8uv liju stt v Bono; He tun t tiia to Ie aesthetic. Major J. J. Hudgins, direct from r i n.ituty whatever In gotdenrod. the trenches, having been wounded 14 times, will U--c i re at the Hubble It t.. ; .obablc Hint nil the hoys of Christian chlinh, the evening cf er'.i ' anil Mme few nf tlie men October 3, for tlu- - hinelit cf ihe lit. I f tc wish they were a ear Cross. Admh-sio"" cent. F.vro-bod- y iter invited. Jiiii ITefTT Bono's " of Foch is Hpraonally General shopping "Do your Christmas mall stature, but notwithstanding early" is an old, old friend. It has h is at present the biggest man in always made its appearance, the week Furope. following Thanksgiving, and noth ing could be riore unexpected than . Bids for peace according to speci- to find it greeting us enrly in Sepfications are In order, but we under-lan- d tember. " - i JjrS.MSQ'CjJijW" 3 urn ji r n i ISTEBMKSrCIl fla tZi fV It . MW ft Mslf ft OS Kentucky 'M - - CBufLeti7Bovat -- - - li frt up fc bur..iej jterJay Thcv will i.it mechanical work on'.y and charge Til cents an huur for their services, which will be rtvari-iblcah when thi work is completed. These boys arc considered the best mechanicians in the city and they will any work the public may give thej.i. Sec their advertisement in this issue. vjfuxl'sntrr Bonii NEW GARAGE. J!e!M t;j. Hougherty. liradley Spratt. n.. Aiubi jse J nkini hare Icaset' th- - Arm .e (iarags and opened . that the specifications call for u German peace. do not CBuvUBtr76oHD"f- - - Your attendance is requested ut the farewell performances of the LOST; On the streets of Lan-- c. Crickets' Symphony Orchestra. Their will be liter, Wednesday, a Mark hind concert months. discontinued for the The next season hig, containing between 5 and $0 winter will begin in August, 1911), with a Reward If returned to this olfirc. targe number of new and able performers , than - CBut liBtstftdms louder "Actions speak wards" The actions of the Allies Just now it require about 1,500,-00- 0 i. urine the past few weeks have cerpuumls of freh beef a day to tainly shouted aloud to the tvprlJ. feed the American Army in France, besides proportionate quantities of Nobody will weep for Debs' sen- other meats, canned goons, potatoes, tence. Tin years or thereabouts vegetables, bread, colfee and other will gie him time to think some-tilin- g foodstuff, alt laid flown in Franco that he evidently has never and all ready lit the dot. And Uncle Sam is managing it all. lone. REV. PALMER TO REMAIN - It Is very gratifying to the friends of Uev. F. I). I'almeter to know that Conference has asked him to remain in Lancaster fur another two years. Rev. I'almeter has made many friend. since coming among us two years ago and to know that he will be with us for another two years is very gratifying indeed. His church here has seen a marvelous spiritual growth under his leadership and he is equal ly popular with other denominations of the town, -- OuYirafsTtBoios REAL ESTATE LANCASTER'S "SALE WIZARD" STILL SELLING FARMS. I Which Pays Better? f To Sell Your Cream for Cash or to Make Country Butter? I Ii I I I I I I t!) Nearly $200,000.00 worth of land wld lit public auction within a week. the trouble and hard work of butter making, look-In- n after the cream, churn and all the rest of it. Ilrinjr your cream to us. t?ee it weighed and tested. There's no waiting for your money and you can even take the can back home with you. Lots of Country Iluttcr is still matte in Kentucky, uiul every jioumi of it moans u loaa of G to 8 and 10 cents to the iimn or wo mini who makes it. In other wortlH if you will briny us your cream, you will find that we will pny you more per pound than you j?et for your butter. We pay you cash. You don't take it out in trade. And we nave you all I I Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The sun never sets on & can of cream unpaid for. i In the end, you will find yourself a good many dollars ahead, On the 10th, Swinebroad, the iteul Katate Man, sold for J, It. tlaughniiiu over five hundred acres of land in l'oyle County, known as "Hill Top' (!) farm to five tciurate parties at an average of $lG0.0O per acre: the home tract of 200 nrrcs selling for ' $170.00 per acre. a nn Hi., "nil. i.n t .i.i rn i IN I.Sloan 221 acres at $120.50 per K ,.... vii .in- b.iiiiv in.. ivt tt Mm, .,n.i nn,i, - u nviiiy kuf Moure his furm of 140 acres at $105, per acre to W. I Gluss. I.I On the 21st, he sold for IE. L. llur ton to Floyd Humphrey nnd S. A ;;.;Mill, no b acres ut $210.7! per : 'acre and 17 ucrei to Hoyd Humphrey ,; 'at $140 per acre. These last three fit farms being in Canard County. On OJ .Sept. 25th, he sold for J. It. Harnes ' f 144 acres in Uoyle county to A. 1. ,j Sloan ut $100. per acre. These are the farms as advertised W to be sold ut public auction in the !; Central Kecord. One secret of fj Swinebroad's success is hia fair ilcul-tj- ) j Ing and no by bidding at his sales and i tne connilence the public has in his i (Judgment s to the value of land. His : long experience in the real estate business having made him tin expert on land values hi Central Kentucky. Watch for the papers for his next series of auction tales. Oysters Ziinmers. served the close of the campaign named Tuec:v The comir..itecs THOUSANDS ARE CALLED night ; i Executive Committee MANY MORE WHITES AND COLORED 11. F. Hudson, Chairman, W. F. Champ, J. W. Ehior- -. S. C. ' REGISTRANTS CALLED TO THE Denny, J. C. Williams, It. O. Woo.b. wen ' The following SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY m named, one frem each precinct BY CROWDER. the county. Kft Park David IIoss, . West l'ark James Clnr.. J?, Diaft calli have be?n issued this J ("curt House W. A. Farr.ttu wick by Provost Manhat General Hogan ll"t Ilryantsvllle-r-J- . Croitdcr for 1,520 negroes and 7,483 lard . white registrants qualified for genG. A. Boding,', eral military service from Kentucky. West Bryantsvillc Buckeye Orcar Kay. Ihe colored registrants will enWalkers School House W. II. train on September 20-21000 of Whlttakcr. whom will go tn Camp Zachary TayTaint Lick R. H. Ledford. lor, and 520 to Dix, N. J. The white Union Woods Wulker. registrants will enter training bewill name their tween October 7 nnd 11 at Camp The solicitors and workers for their var- Sevier, S. C. ious precincts and the names will be All States have quotas to fill. It is published in our next issue. possible that many men who registerEstimate Committees. ed last Thursday will be called to fill It was agreed that an estimate the quotas in the new calls, however, committee be named, consisting of in many districts there are sufficient three from each magisterial district men class 1 from the registrants in the county and the following were of junc s nm August 24 to meet the named, the first man on the list being requirements. the chairman of that committee. The Local Board have received Court ilouse. G. B. Swinebroad, notice to entrain sixteen colored men A. F. Sanders. T. C. Rankin. for Camp Taylor and they have been ' Kast Park, J. K. Stormes, J, K. called to renort todav. . llaninions, I. (!. Davidson. The call for the white men will be H. Posey, V. A. probably received in the next few West Park, J. Lear, S. G. Haseldcn. days for cntrainment about Oct. 7th. West Brynntsville, II. C. Ruble, A. The official call for the colorod B. C. Rose. T. Scott, men follows. East Bryantsvillc, J. H. Ballard. Und.r Call No. 1331, tlx follow, R. U Barker, J. W. Sanders. ing Colored Men in Class One are Paint Lick, R. G. Woods, K. C. McWhortcr, C. 15. Ledford. Union, Wooi's '.Yalker, R. P. ParD EE1E sons, Kbb Cook. Walkers School House, S. - Gibhs, Alex Lityton, II, K. Sebastian. Buckeye, It. L. Burton, I', ii. Ray, S. A. Hill. Ladies Committee of Court Home Ordered to report to th Office of this Board at 9 A. M., September 26, 1918 for cntrainment to Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Every Man MUST Bring Final Card No. 1007 with him and Report Promptly on the Hour named above. Bruce Turner, Lancaster, Ky. R. 3. Faris Adams, Lancaster, Ky. R. R. 3. Jesse Sadler, Lancaster, Ky, R. R. 3. Robert Royston, Crab Orchard, R 2. Holbert Boatley, Bradshaw Mill. Ky. Oscar W. Jackson, Marcellus, Ky. Kd Middleton, Lancaster, Ky. Aslee Gibbs, Kirlavilje, Ky. Ben Guynn, Paint Lick, R. R. 3. Arthur Dunn, Marcellus, Ky. Thomas M. Cochran, Marcellus, Ky. Otice Williams, Bourne, Ky. Willie Green, Nicholasville, Ky. Elbert Rice, Lancaster, Ky. Kennedy Mitchell, Paint Lick, R. 3. Rice A. Hiatt, Lancaster, Ky. CBuYllBtKTY Bonos NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Pursuant to the United States fuel Administrator's request, conveyed to me by way of the State Administrator, to discontinue the use of automobiles on Sundays, I hereby request, (tho Sacond Tim) that every man, woman and child, except physicians, in Lancaster and Gar-racounty DISCONTINUE THE USE OF AUTOMOBILES ON SUNDAYS, even for church purposes, until further notice. Dr. W. A. WHEELER, Fuel Administrator, Garrard Co. IF DE Precinct. Mrs. W. B. Burton, Vice Chairman. Mrs. F. B. Mnrksbury. .Mrs. W. R. Cook. Mrs. F. P. Frisbie. Mrs. K. C r?nln.,M ! NEW GARAGE During the next week volunteer subscriptions will be asked for and those desiring the purchase of the Fourth Liberty Bonds will call ut any, of the banks in the county and ap-- 1 Tlw. tin.' iilii'iitlnna u'lll lin ft1!,.,I fill! ... ,.I portionmcnt is almost twice us much as the Third Liberty Loan and sub scrlbers will have to make up their minds their subscriptions are expected to be doubled. Speakers are billed throughout the county during the next week and up to October 5th. Good speakers and good music will be at every speaking place und the public Is urged to at tend these meetings as no subscriptions wilt be usked foror solicited nt these speaking appointments. WE HAVE LEASED THE OLD ARCADE GARAGE and are now prepared to do all kinds of Auto Repairing. Our Rate is 75 Cents an Hour, STRICTLY CASH. You Know Our Work Which We Guarantee to PLEASE. - -f- itiiPj?iYj2!ios Fresli Oi iters ut Zuumers. THE RED CROSS BENEFIT AT KENTUCKY'S CREAT TROTS, Lsslngton, Monday, Sept. 30 four frsat racos, includinsTbo Futurity Dougherty, Spratt S; Jenkins Danville, Street. Ell any ($5,000) for and style at Tho Walnut Hall Cup ($3,000). always a wonderful rats. 3MB DC EJEE1E 1 t'H The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26, 1918. ' i g1 - j YHC WHITE HOUSE WA3HINOTON iffi Ac nrcA7iAu' CZmu 7f&t - 7 , O Z rfLc XT aSAZ. JSP! Swiff 'a3 i &!tSi $i mi f jw t cnesr Jlttza Csza--s Atayy OuC SbJ ife&C- cyu - j&dut6' Stxv tfusf uiyyvtMf-- art" cy Art Af I V . The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26, 1918. daughter, (ilndy Stone, of Iloylc nt this writing, Mr. nml Mrs. Ollie ll.irr nml family were the guests of Mr. nml Mm. K. spent Sunday with relatives nt Point W, Montgomery, Suniluy nut nttend-pi- t OVER VIK JOICES Sunday School, here. l.lek. Mr. nml Jim. The snle of film Mary .1. Thonip-nun- , - T. Ilriidshuw are IIEPATICA. (deceased) war well atlendeil rejoicing over the nrrivut of .1 littl" and I'Verythinn brought good prices, daughter. Hid Lil tie Hope of Eur Getting Relief Miss llernlce IlroHilihiii spent the the farm wita nold to Messrs Wvsloy week-enwith hr--r aunt, Mr. tturUn Thompson ami II. I.. Trneey nt $80 h; Famous Vin llfpalica Until f per nire Corn br light $10 .per Pander. U.I, in the del. I. Wis Ktcomncr.dfd Mm. "Ivb K. Tatcr lm returned v Measr llremer and Sir pea bought home nflcr vmIUiik friends ami relalo Her Takts it .d Gets of Mr. I'M Crow n rtcer nt H cents n tives of III key. also Testifies. Mr. and Mr. N. I PrewiU r pound, cf Mr. M. I.. Montgomery n (hp mi or u nf Mr. nml . Mr. I). I. row at tt mm ,vr huiiiI, of Mr. I K. Spvakc m hunch of tnlvcs at 7 Sin Kohhiii iin nf Wim hosier, Prewitt, Monday. cents per injiid, of Mr. A S Demi. i. 'ii'tiithUT nf the mil known Mm. Clarkio Roberts nml ."! arc two head at 7 cent (witiKelist. E I C ambron. apvn thta iwriilln: several her with days rirnrlniR the wonderful relief she dung-liter- . Mr j. Ilurton Sanders. ii'tannl fnmi the uw if Vm Hepn- Mnyme Sebastian has return-ri- l EVERY STREET Ml tii'4 home nfter vinitinit lier sitter nml "I hail sulfcred almost nil my life attending inectinc nt Iluckoyc. I could ' ni stomach truulilc. cat IN LANCASTER .Misses Malde and Print Sadie s u trr r i ii it without Jl fi'W tli mk ..ml Sundi., ,, I liml little hope of ever i:ct-- j ,p.m Saturday night fc pr()0, Tha KiJ f Sfa .4oin i ' My fond sour, uMlh Mku-n- I. tiilu niii Vniwv Sun.1 would .tut; well Sufferers Seek. cnuM scrrrcly lest liny nml was Ilev. II 1'. Sebastian nml sister, j fiil!v nervous, hut now I mn I to my that I have nt lint Mr Walter (Irnw spent Monday with Ilacknche? Kic!ne,s weak? tln.r parent. Mr. mil Mr. Thomas j Distressed with urinary ills? fouiul relief Want a reliable kidr.ey remedy? "I bennti lakinK Vin llepntim Schituiii. Don't have to look far. Use what .bout four week ' ieo, and have I!ev. A f. Ilmrd lilted his regular tamed scvirnl pound. I rut lots of appointments nt tiilend Saturday Lancaster people recommend. Every t h I n kr I haven't lieen utile to ent for afternoon and Sunday, hut failed to. street in Uincmter lins its eases. ,eurs. ami without eperiencini: any! come to lleech (irovc i.n nciount of! Here's .nt Inr.inster n.an's enVin lleputica nn Inconvenient va) of cettinK there. perieme. troulde afterwards I? n ureal medicine." Let W. S. Carrier, farmer, Ijinins- Itiuht underneath her rt.itemeiit jter, tell it. lie jiivii "I had dull .AIT. IIKKKON ' .omes the follow mi; from her father, hackniSiw that Imthered me, epee- IC. I. I'amhron, the tally durlr.ir th inyht nml my kiil-M.1. I. Crawford is huildliiK nil nCy euiiiKelut .rreitularly I used ni le.l "I think it strnnce", laid I.e. "that addition to his iIhi IIiih:. ' Do.m's Ki tuey Pills, procured at uik Jiie nut heen ahle to tind a mdi Mr. Krnest Montgomery houieht of StormtV Drui; Store nml the huck- . mr thut would do the- - work Vin Mr. Lilly a milk cow f r $91'. ,aehes and other tigm of kidney trou- He.'iilKa luis dune. Our dnuirhtir's I have had no return of ' ft Thc httlf .Uuithter of Mr. Itenj. t.Trihlc. alnlillnn Willi soinethiiii: Preton wIh. Imh l.ten quite ill fi ' "lv trouble." M wife ami I wen hlninioi: oursel-thlnkini- .' Don't I'rlc fiOc. at i.'l i'eler. we had wre ked femedy jret Mr. ar.d Mm. W. I.. Grow aBd,"nl,' H"k for n kl much tr.Hsr hf b'. piiiiii her kidney Pills the nme that duhur, Lucy. pent Sunday with! Mr. r..edlcne uhll she wm a chill. We t. Kiwtar-Milhur- n .i ii'Ciit'r hn I -' ,.u. now rcjo ce w the relief .he Y llulfHl Mrs. Willion. McQuerry who A,mlin - Mfr from thn wMwicrful Vin II- -i v Inst week) the Danville Hospital SIh- - is an en-- J pr. riptlon j'-urei) ' interred in Mt. Hebron cemetery dllfeient persioi, and we not hy direct lirnilllox Is I ridoy ! afternoon our thanks to her friend who Indue-.- ! ,u, vvl.ll,. wc are f7!!c ,2l.r ,hnw. .Mi -- ' hlva JenmiiKii i ntertmiiH ai! hk ror iitiieililiie ilse. her to try thi vtoiiderful reninly.") It Is tin little W invite jou to com into our'i.cr imi" Stilurdny ntght and Sun- - lliln hut inh"ivor. The wi jr. i l btore, ami try th.s ureat Vin Hcpa- - j ,'i . 51isi.es Kuth and Jlahel Mont Rr.at lliitiirs nine to uf. us It were . "We nev.'r become nioiind n inrin-ron our recom-tie.i nresi Million ifumerv and lieuhih Mae. benutlfiil. or eliwiuent, or Kipulnr. or .tun Sunda.v will be olcrvcd as "lio to happy or intetb eiual. or eviu pind, hy k r. .WKOHHITS. .isiaitrr, Ky t Sunday Si hoot Day" here and the hnrd I: Hr AMiilever we ki-- o uch ollction will l e civen to Slate Mis things will to us vhe.i v.e are I et every one Help tli.s mn. i m mil and most IIHAD5IIAV MILU ." in 'ie s rvi e of our kind, IMwnrd Juil it 1 I lui'Iietb San 'ers Is ver. Mr ''.Ujf. ne il ' C'ark. vnfe , MINISTER'S DAUGHTER RE- 3 v. (tEverything Goes In War, Jackie 'Says Even a Fellow's. Hair" t j UJJr?. m. saak ms sM Dr. Wm. Office at Hainey Lancaster. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 8 Livery Stable. Kentucky '. .1. A.Beazlev DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Itesidonce i'hone 3. Office I'hone !!i LANCASTER, KY. ''" H. .1. PATRICK, Kentucky. Ottntist. Paint Lick, Ver well WVii" the bald headed twins If jou say to." So say the'o two members nf the I'. 9. Naval Hand, Cleveland station, which Is on tour In I lie Fourth Federal Rerervo Dlttrlct to boost bond for the l'miNli Ixmn You can't Ret a "rise" out of either of these bovs by reference to their unthatclied domes. Witness the smiles. Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered WeSi. LANCASTER, Promptly I'hone 317. KENTUCKY. Day or sles fello- - F.ierylhtnit boos n war." says the baldy with the bl horn, "oven u hair" That one is IMuiond Inskt, who enlWed with his K fist tulu the nilnut" the band wis talked of. Ills "twin" Is A. I". Oerlocn, who was flnar.iliil sicretary of th ruuslclans' union In Cleveland before enllstlnic. Inski Is 21 Herloch Is 2C. "' War Trophy Trains ia Push Liberty Bonds BOOTY TAKEN FROM HUN WILL BE EXHIBITED IN THIS Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. hr f"n' '"' I. " DIOTniCT. Thousands of lesldei'ts cf t'i Fourth I'ediril Iteserve District a to hav i (hnnce In the next three er four wei. in take In their own hands and iiiyperi hi linets whbh have been tnken from Oerman fighters, rifles cap tured hy our Yanks and th"lr allies on the b ittleflelils of Kuror.o and other war trophies which have Len flilppi d to ilits countr) h tleneral Pers'.ir nd ihe ( onitn.-niler- n if the I'rlt !i. Frenili and Ital.au nrm's The trophic will In" aboard two I'nrle Sam War Trophj Trains which wl' tour the district Morpln? for two t:o. s nt an average nf four towns a ila) The Central l.'bortv Iian Committee at Ctevetnd r.n 1 the liallroad nre responsible ilmlnl:tralton for the tratn imcl1 '' Jm who have gone to the constantly on the alert for the submarines which menace their army comrade! on the long tripe across the Atlantic. One $100 Liberty Dond and one S50 LIterty Bond will equip an enlisted man In the navy for one yrar. Or the same two bonde will feed him for John M. McRolierts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, - bt ., KENTUCKY. 4 Olllce over Slormea Drus Store. Hnurs8 12n.m. 1 p.m. 7:3il-'Jp.- OUR boys .nvy are ne,. -4 BOOKKEEPING Buslnest.Phonogriphy TYPEWRITING and A nT 117 'I'L-'- wiTbUri 'c ,u.-- t rii.c s,. llmJij. ,i... ... Ill l'r..lil.nl T..M nf MpTl.ni-i- In m.rc.ntlM StU B 1 Linking tn.lnM.. fcl0 n y.sr. ronnf tn.n .nd wnm.o fi mntrftK eifKntrr l"w. UbMWILBl'K K. MIUTII, Lrilntloil. IO. Can't Do It Alone.. If u man ever hei ,miei truly great It Is usually the help' of n devoted vrlfo that Is responsible f"r It. Chicago Pally News, r.smIth I..,. business h. college FlMii 205-ACRES-205 September 27th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., I Will offer at Public Auction my farm containing- M m re m a ytr. Cards From Boys Will Urge Buying of Bonds Ten million sela o post cards-f- ive In a sethave beeu sent to by the War Loan Orsanliatlon at Washington to be distributed among the boys of the American Expeditionary Forces. Ily this time they probably have been put In the hands of the boys over thero and some are probably on their way back to this country. Each card bears a messaRe from the bo) to the ho:u folks urging the home folks to Invest In Liberty llonds. The cards bear photographs of tanks, Runs, ammunition, etc. things which the boys need and which the home folks' money will buy. Tho cards will be coming back eoon In large numbers. Ohio and Kentucky and Wet Virginia and Pennsylvania will be receiving their share ot them. Best of Rewards. Tho best reward for any faithful solns on and provlni; mir faithfulness with mora illtllcult taks. Liny Larcom. vinrfc Is the privilege nf Gasoline Eliminated Trouble? by using" nn 1918 Entorf Water Separating all water, from gaso filling auto a minute. Gasoline Filter. Guaranteed to take out dirt and foreign substance line or kcroaine before tank. Filters 10 gallons Ralph Stickle. Brother, Buy Another! 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. This Place is Well Watered end Improved This farm will be sold in THREE TRACTS and tlien as a whole. about 80 acres; has a four-rooFIRST TRACT-Containi- ng cottage with two porches; good cistern: milk house; smoke house; hen house; tobacco barn, newly covered; fine orchard, and plenty of good 12-ac- re water. toabout 55 acres, with a new SECOND TRACT-Containi- ng baPn. bacco about 70 acres, with three-rooTHIRD TRACT-Containi- ng tenant house, small barn, and other outbuildings, well watered and fenced. TERMS MADE KNO.WN ON DAY OF SALE. Theo Qotton. Jesse Cobb Auctioneer s R. D. 3, PAINT LICK, KY. Brother, buy another bond! Willi each train will be a detail of United States soldiers assigned by the It will help to pave the way War Department, a corps of Liberty For tho boys who've gone brvond Bond salesmen, and prominent speak, Tho Atlantic to the fray. ers. Do not falter. Do not say Each train will carry tluee carloads You have done enough, my brother, of trophies and exhibits and a sleeper for the guard of soldiers, salesmen and riuy another bond today speakers. One of the trains will be In And another AND ANOTHEll! charge ot Halph Stickle, Cleveland traction counsel and former Journalist. What a blessed i banco Is yours Complete equipments used by AmerThus to do your humble part icans, Canadians, Ilrltish, Fiench and For the Freedom that endures Italian soldiers will be on the trains. Deep In e,very Yankee's heartl There will also be anil air traft guns, depth bombs used In submarine hunts, a rousing start (live this aerial bombs such as are diopped on With jour glad subscription, brother the cities along Ihe Ithlne In retaliaEvery'dollar Is a Dart! tion for Ihe bombardment of Pails and Duy a bond AND I1UY ANOTHER' the bombing of London by the Hun, William F. Kllk. captured Clenuan field pieces and rlflea taken by our boys at Chateau Thierry and Castluny and complete sets of the decorations awarded for WHERE LIBERTY BOND FUNDS QO bravery to the soldlets by the differIn the war The German ent nations decorations have been taken from the ONE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR breasts ot raptured Huns. MOND WILL puy: Arrangements aro being made to Stoel helmets for. a company ot Infantry, or rare for great crowds at the sidings In the towns where tho trains will Five hundred orcrieta caps, or make stops. It was, of course. ImposPay tbe coat ot drafting one hunsible for the trains to reach every lodred men. cality In three weeks but tboy were routed so as to come close to almost every town In the district. They will "Let your dollars bo the ships tlia bo well worth driving or riding forty will bring the boys borne again bu; or fitly miles to see. Liberty Bonds!" Listen to the "air raid alarm siren. Each train will be equipped with one of the sirens which Is blown In the Smother the Kaiser In Libert; European rltlew when the Hun Is oom-Id- i Sondj. I with his bombing plane. Price $3.30 ench. Olfset snouts for inset tanks Delivered of price. SOc, extra. upon anywhere receiot E.G.RICHTER 111! DISTRIUL'TOIt South Second St., Louisville. TREES' is the time to plant your Orchard, I.nwit ami Garden. Our Inrtfe descriptive catalog of reliable Now Fruit and Shade Trees Small Fruits, Shrubs. Evergreens. Uraue, Asparagus, Seed Potatoes, Strawberries, etc, is free upon inquiry. Write for free Catalogue. No Afils H.F.Uillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. I"he Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26, 1918. "HE LEADETII ME." How The Famous President Wilton Sett Example Which Might De Followed by Owners of Large Grass Plots. (Prepared tv the fnllcl Sts'ei I lnnt of Agriculture i When it ilmk of sheep i'pjMMr '1 long usii on Ihe green xrtiir' of i WMl House grounds, u li i t. 'iimtili the l'reldeiit" In loipl. i: In Inejcuse tlio country's niuttuii timl wool supply was mutilfoied liy many ' e. Hons i. I Mill PI AND W lljmn llappened To Be Wfillen. I (illmore, I), hymn, "He 'le-- . Vth Me" v nttin before the llat-tiof (irtt)sburv. dieil nt the ire of i ..irs In Ins home in Itoiliester, N. Kev Joseph II. author of the funieu- - n Julv golf courses iiml rliy pnr'.s. I public park, golf ci.nr-e- s private lawns In the coiuill) tiny - v altiinlisl Hint they run rotliuMy uinde ti icne hi Kr.i7.ini; .romai-- fin' j flic 1. It Is bcllcttsl t!ia III. tr ife fur gntitlm; .simp would Imu' urn only a n nllini'iitnl value Lilt u nrurlleul one. Hut owners nnil person cli.ii si-- with. I tho iiin f tacli j n't 'rty are ndvlcil tn lnctti:nte llii' matter thoroitithly before llnv embark In the onterprie nf iiwiiig sheep. Sheep ral'lne imkli more than plueitu the III umiil It li.i I s til llHl. llI side, llllll M present, V. hPll every pound of wind timl eer pn'iiitl meat In needed. It Is flt tin t experi ence bought at the price of either wo.. bin, Many whoi iii.cml ll - L J? TOCK SALE SEPT 28th 1- -2 Beginning promptly at nine o'clock ' SATURDAY. We will sell to the highest bidder the splendid blue prrass farm, known as the Hilly King farm, located four miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike, and containing 187 acres of land. This farm is in a high state of cultivation, well watered'and well improved, good dwelling and splendid tobacco barn. At the same time and place will sell the following live stock, implements and crops: One cutting harrow; One cultivator; driving ITUire, , , One drag harrow; lUKl CalVCSJ Two turning plows; Three weanling calves; fr. good ewes; One tobacco plow; Two sets of wagon harness; farm wagon; 'TZmaile for the eiianllnifproMsion'One e Liuor em-he of the ii,k. f.,r t.t ouiy are th.. Plow gear and other things too numerous to mention here. ' or meat would he too cotly. The nnl- lual husbandry dlvllon of the depart- gOO(l meat or ngrl.ulturo will answer quest for infiiriiiatinti frimi persons who to rule -- beep, anil liai a J WO COWS number of publications mi tin- - subject i mailable f..r .iwrihm Sheep now ni- -t approximately three times , mnvii a I., normal time-.- . Sixty-Fiv- e i.ikkI Kiamerilal heep at present fell two-hors-t Turn nnir trnnrl wrii'lr Tntilp ' " I'"" 'v - 11 utli Me" was written t.ly in a meiiient of insfilrntioii, ( n .March . dh Isfli. and baa hetn ' sun In tens of thousands of churches tin I In mln iig camps, anil in fnr-olfields and translated Into in foreign probably more lanKiiair t n nn other modern hymn. It ' every lariee colan luded in nearly ic t on of sacred sons. I)r (iilmoie himself told how the livii.il tBs written. "I wa supply-- j for a couple of Sundays the pul-- 1 ItaptU church in 1. 1 of the Mrs sr-irPhiladelphia At the mid-weeI set otit to give the people an I'sulm, on of the twcnt-thlr- d ici'--'- ' vet farther than the but 1 did V.-I worts. "He Those l.endcth ' o took ho! t of me as thry hnd lover dene Left re It was the darkest hour of the War cf the llebellion. "At the close of the meeting Deacon Wnttson kept talking about tho I hnd emphasised; and then t'at d tl re on n blank Kige of the biief fro' l which I had Intended ti r,.nk. I penciled the h)inn and hand ed .t to my wife "It occurred to her months nft.r-wi.r- d to send the hymn to the 'Watch r. m and ISrilecter' in lloston, wnere It attracte i' is first printed. tne attention of William H. lira I.r .ho slightly modified the re fru.n and set the hymn to the musK w h l.as i'i r,e so mw to promote Its popular.' v. As I wrote lite of on!) It) inn the refrain ransiste tw j lim .itr llradiiur i. ' ie.1 t o: cr two." Dr J seph II tnlmor- - w. s iMirn n L'-t- on April 'JUih. lfill. the son ' Joseph All.rte (Iilmeee, goernur rf New Hamplnre ami Ann Whippl (illmore. At Drown l oiMr-it- y he was a clas-mnof the Isu Joseph liny. Secretary of State under I'res idents McKinley He no cnllrsl to the pastorate of the Second Uat'tist church of llnlieste,-V- . Y.. in 18S6, nr i occupir the pu .t for two eu when vu a lointed to ihe da r I .: bsh I.) liiiagc So! i.lel.iUr- - ,t ,ki I'nlvci :.. of ilochesttr He nt red in 1Mb after more than fc years service. 'lie litis. nl 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic MilirrtiMitokrKiitn w iMrtO fMUf iMilt. VvJIUi TSBBBBBBBBBBBBBS lfHi cm mil is rillmivuf tliot-- it oil v 1 in;-I- n uiwrilWft. .t ilrist J. fuu i Uf mitl luutpii tu . nninTwit, cboirsv. ui animals prone to stray from home pas-- 1 llWsrMlMtC,lu:aflM,lf, Winter eare nnit' ami fe.si fr. lie nvallahle fh,.it,rea In eoM ipiarters must Imlii-tr- .'iorJsa son the ii Also twenty acres of corn-i- field; three acres of sorghum; one half interest in four acres of tobacco; 100 bales of mixed hay;o0 bales ot straw; and .1,000 tobacco sticks. n " Haieltien Urothcn. LINCOLN'S GETTYS- - LAND-O- ne heep are biIvImsI In enter Hie Imlus. I with, n view of Ktaylni; for cover.il years at lnit. The cro.s nniiiial f;WO thrCO'Veai'S. turns finni the ewes of hreeillni! nj!e nuy lie evpisleil to ranee from Ss to head, .lepeiaiinc i n the per-- 1 $tr. on lentnco of lanilis ralisl, Ihe welitht of the fleeie anil the alne of thec prod nets. The fleeco from one cheep av ernees live to elHit puiinils nnil Is now FClllns for from Mt to & eents a pome!. The evtes with ftmiil niaiiatretnent will aili rnl.e n lamli. Tlie lalulis nt the months will welch approximately ti) poimils nnil will h. worth 1.", rents n pnuml anil ruer. The iweful life of it Khwp Is alioiit Mi yearn. Docks of cheep have hern maintain-ei- l In puhllc parks In New York anil Itocton, ami a llmk oaee was craiteil on the crounils tiroiiml the Wichlnirton lnomiiiient In the capital. The iie of cheep III lawns ami parks has been UOUItNE. In KinMiiiul. Tho lahor-savliLANCASTER MERCHANT valiie of cheep Is Important, for they U-- i JIurphy sold twenty six Mr. lire neat timl effective, trass cutters. FINANCIAL WRECK. Sometimes, loo, they eat shrubbery ami hcjil of h&gs at 18i- per pound. flowers, but this dancer can he met by Mrs. Curtla S.nller of Hryantsville "I nin n financial wreck because of Kiife- a watchful chepherd or ollar is vititlnK friends at this ilare this the expenre of dot tors and medicine Bunrd. n cck. for my wife. She has been u chron Miss lllanihe Speake hat returned ic sufferer for ten years. Home proCARE ABOUT WATER TROUGHS I.exlnifton, wliere she is uttendini: nounced it gall siones, some gastritit to llujiness CoIIckc and some intestinal inflammation. Wilbur I!. Smith's I Puddle Around Watering Place It DisMr. W. Ii. Coulter bought live lieud happened to read an ad of Mayr's agreeable to Sight and Smell week for about 20c- per Wonderful liemedy and from i f le,Ki the Also Breeds Files. ti un: un.l, also sold a eal culf to u lirst dose my wife lu steadily There Is no need to run fco much waproved." firm. It is n ciiuple, harmless, troiiith that It ter Into Ihe wuti-rlnMrs. S. 11. Spcuke who has been preparation tkat n moves the ratuir (.lops over and forms a puddle all has hal mucus from th" Intestinal tract Muriraret, about the trough. I'mler the constant with her aunt, Mis whlih her ami allays the tutUnimution tramplnc of animals It is not long be- now returned home, brinclntr tauses praiticully ull stomach, lucr nunt with her. fore the mirrouiiillnirs amne the including of thin porridge, This Is not Mr. und Mrs. Kuitene Clark and and intestinal ailments, One dose will convince ouly dlsaereeuble to klcht and Kiuell l.U'.u liautfhter, (ihulys Stone, but It chow clltlit consideration for Iloyle county, were the guests of Mr. ur money refunded. numbers Tiles In lurt--e sanlttttlon. It. II. McllOIIKUTS, DruKKUt K. W. Montgomery, Sunday. are to be Keen about vurli a place, A and Mrs. und homestead of the they may be InspectThe farm few hours later CUNN'S CHAPEL. ing the food ou one's tuble. He It re- iliim.eil Mis. Tevis Thompson was membered that liquid tilth Is ulways .jjlt Sapt. 13th at Auction, The Mrs. W. II, Hay has been ill. a Mjurco of mure dancer to human tract of 10!) ucres being sold far $Hti Mr. n ml Mrs. John Uind motored beultb than where It Is bone dry. per acre to Messrs Wesley Thompson to CartosKvllIc, I'riday. The corn was and Hobert Tracey. Feed Little Pigs Separately. Miss Mary Hanks Aiulcrssii vlritrd I'jts of 10 mid 20 barrels for As soou as the pigs will eat, which 1 sold in H. per bbl. The lite stock brini- - home folks ut Stanford, Sunday, Is utuslly at four or Are weeks of age. Mus Ilulcrta i'.- -y of Teatersville iltey thould be fed separutely. Iroia njr very fair a!uet. lUtlr dam. try TERMS OF aild one third cash, January 1st, 1919, when possession will be given, , bal- - Other terms made known day of sale. Arnold & Withers LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. was ii guest of Miss Mary Lee Kurtz. Mr. ami Mrs. James IjuuI spent Tliursday with Mr. and Mrs. John Lund. Mr. II. M, Kurtz sold some rattle to Center Ilros at H cts und 10 cents. Mrs. Thomas Hicks of llrodhend is here and at Iluckeyu for u visit tu a guest of Mr. Jesse McCulley and . other friends here for the week-end- Mrs. Louis N'oel has been confined to her bed for the two weeks from inlurier received when she fell. nt Miss I vis Holloa was a guest of Miss Sullie Lou Nuylor of Marks-burfrom Weilnrsdav until Monday. lt relatives. Mr. J, It. .Sparks Have this cfiVtive remedy Miss U'lina llollon who is teaching' for croupy children. It's at uliil. I'lraiarit to take. Milillv nt Cnrtimvillc spent tho week-enJgSoId by all 3 PS home here. 1X9 Muster Jumes It. Anion spent the week-en- d with relatives in Lancaster! und Stanford. liuy and Anion hale just cum-- , pitted ami are filling a large silo on their farm here. , bus purchased from Mr. Dock Simpson ills farm here for J7350. j Croup? at hand thankful Ijxalixr. diURsists T for Coughs s Colds Mr. and Mrs. Kloyd Humphrey und, childieu spent Sunduy with Mis. I.uu Kllu Murphy of Madison. Mcsduiuci Josie (iulley and Cordn Tester of Madison were guests of Mrs. i:ilrnbetli Ilurton, recently, Mr. -rl Conitipalioo Caittl Sickieii Don't permit yourself tu Urome rontiuted, as your system iniiiirdutr. ly begins to absorb poison from the backrd-uante matter. Use I)r, Kinj's New Life Tills and keep well. There is mi belter jfruard sfalnit illness Try It tonight. ! All druggists Grotv of was neer been u time, and will be a ti.i.o since Lincoln great inp.ress at (iett).burg, rrnde his that It hasn't been nercsuiry to keep it before the minds of the people, and we consider it appropriate at this time juit before launchinK the lain pnittn for the 1'ourth Liberty Loan to reproduce this great address Lincoln's Gettysburg- - Address Fourscore nnd seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this con tinent a new nation, conceived in lib erty and dedicated tu the proposition that all men are created eimul. Now we are engaged in a great citil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle field "of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who gave their lives that, that nation might live. It is altogether fitting und proper that we should do this. Hut, in u larger s'ensv, we ran not dedicate, we can not consecrate we can not hallow -t- his ground, The. brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it fur above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note nor long remember what we suy here, but it can never forget what they did here It Is for us the living, rutin r ' to be dedicated here to th? unllnish-le- d work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated tto the great task remaining before dead" us -- that from these honored we tako increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last 'full measure of devotion that we here highly resolve that these dead 'shall not have died in vain that this Nation, under Cod, shall have a new birth of freedom and that government of the people, by the people, I shall not perish from the eurth. AIWAIIAM LINCOLN. neer There has The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26, 1918. Notice To Tax Payers 1 KHAKI LAST AND FINAL NOTICE. Please call at my office in the Court House and list your property. Do your duty and callat once. Very Kecpectfully, A. T. metwwiMWHHWi SCOTT, Tax Commissioner Garrard County, Ky. tell you practically nothing of what I am doing and where I nm going. We are just in port from another trip, nnd I am anxiously awaiting the COLUMN mail In hopes of getting some myself, I have yet to receive n letter over here j the last one I got was on July 2fith, but it seems much longer thnn A cnril has la-ereceived a month. the safe arrival "over there" of The officers of the Stevens gave n Kugenc Mrndshnw. dunce the 22nd at Hie club house of n golf club ashore dn old, old castle with scarcely any furnishings, old or new There were about 20 girls the.-- e llnglisli, Irish nnd American (wives of oiricers, the Americans) everyone met everyone ele, and a great time was had by all. A regular I'. S, Jaiz band furnished the music, made up by sailors from two or three of the destroyers pres- s ( .o , p sssa t ent. I Patriotic Meetings Gunns Chapel, Wednesday, Sept. 25th. 8:00 O'CLOCK, 1 am going nshorc to play golf this LELt M saaaaaaaaaWv' aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasar ' 1 LLI nfternoon; I have hardly learned the game Jet, but am becoming very fonJ of it. It's good exercise, too, an I that is what Naval ulficcrs are after when they get ashore. The weather here U usually damp a fine drizzle, known as "Irish Sunshine" by us, for they run around In it without any ralnclothes or seeming to mind it. Toduy is pretty, so I am certainly going to take advantage of it. My lovo la each one of you, and I sincerely hope you are nil well. Has nunt Nannie returned yet? Will you as' mother if she will send me n nr- ton of rutimas? It's impossible to, get anything except Egyptian cigarettes from the supply ship here. 1 am enclosing a pictuie of the town, M. Brvantsville, Thursday September, 26th. H 00 O'CLOCK. 1. M. Paint Lick, Friday, September, 27th. M. 8:00 O'CLOCK, P. Buena Vista, Friday. September 27th., 8:00 O'CLOCK. 1. M. Buckeye, Saturday, September, 2Sth. 8:00 O'CLOCK. V. M, Herring School House Saturday Sept. 28 8:00 O'CLOCK, I'. M. Cartersville, Monday September 80th. 8:00 O'CLOCK, 1'. M. Nina, Monday, September 80th. 8:00 O'CLOCK. V. M. West Point, Tuesday, October 1st. 7:00 O'CLOCK, I'. M. Mt. Hebron, Tuesday, October 1st. 7:00 O'CLOCK. 1' M. Pleasant Hill, Wednesday, October 2nd. 7:0) O'CLOCK, I'. 7:00 O'CLOCK, M. McCreary, Friday, October, 4th. I. M. Lowell, Friday, October, 4th. 7:00 O'CLOCK, I'. M. 7:00 O'CLOCK, I Union School House, Saturday, Oct. 5th. M. Good music, and Patriotic Speaking. Everybody Come. No contributions to be asked for, we only want to inform you. SPEAKERS BUREAU. EftUS Hnvcn't heard n word from Colyear rince he came over. Write me real You Grandson, The folbwuiB Interesting letter soon. Lucien McKce Grant, has leen received from Mr. Carl It. U. S. S. Stevens, care P. M. HouIlnK. of Lowell, written to his 11 other, and will bo enjojed by his New York City, N. Y. numerous friends in the county. "On Active Service uith the Ameri Time. can Expeditionary Forces." Time doth trunMix lh llmirlh set Somewhere in Trance, Auk 27th on jnuth. Sluike.ipt'nr ("Midummer Night's Dream"). Peer Mother and family: I nm well and alright. Hope you ore all well. Wc have been relieved from (!ut at the front, fcnd are now back fur a few weeks rest in the rear. Uinli ftnalitu We were on the front for two months and we did splendid work. We went Low "Over the To4." and captured a town and considern'do territory from the Prompt Ilun. I h: vo not Rotten a cratch 1 so fur nn Tlad you arc Kettlnc work. I nlon.; all rll.t with yen. think you got a good price for your Uncle Cam U pitting a bis wheat. SHOP. bundi of hoys over here now: you NICHOLASVILLE. KY. can find Samm!-'- s nn 'where jju go. I think we v ill scull finish our job KODAK Work a Specially. and be nblcto rcturnto our homes be A Trial will be Appreciated fore much longer. Will try to write you a longer letter soon as I nm busy now. 1 received your letter of July l!3rd this evening. Am always so glad to hear from home. Trust you all illnJoy the best of health while j 1 am away. I hope brother Otto will soon be strong nuln. Tell all the folks to write me. i I. ove and kissei from your soldier boy, Carl It. lion ling. Co. II., I) Q. It., Cth Infantry U. S. A Made "Devil Doe." in Two Months. Joseph Ashley Sivope, second son of Mrs. ilriHt Herrinc, entered the Murine Corns at Paris Hand June 1 3th and railed for France Aujr. 17th thus mak ng a fine record, His mother has rcclved a card announcing his wife arrival "over there". t I H U I Prices Service IB J Si tfM fl fl I 'I "You tittle rascal played along the way, didn't ou? Kept grandma waiting Oh well. It's all light. Because 9lff ji I 1 Itlll Laaaam CALUMET always right. It's worth waiting for. Always wel come. Never shirks its work. Never fails. Never wastes minutes or materials and I know It's pure and wholesome, as Calumet contains only such ingredients the U. S. Food "n Brprovei officia1' Is A ho You save when you buy BAKING POWDER I I I ll I I Jjflf IIUllllLaaal II ll(lfl HI II M Perfection Piciure Ijl it" you save when you nj it. HIGHEST , InlUHW TTifltllBaWKlaaal JittlB II ilfllaw IJBIC UH UUS.C. IUHRK, MSM I R, If I'rrftldVftt The following letter from one of the boys "over there" show how much they appreciate the "home paper", Gilbert is the son of Sir. Green Mor gan of this county and has only ben Public Sale! Of 53 Acre Farm Having decided to sell my farm, I will on of Lowell Property. Tuesday, Oct 1st, 1918 On the premises at one o'clock, will John Snowden, As Agents for acres excellent sell to the highest bidder, house, small stock barn, and land, good out buildings. other 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 in the service n few months. "Somewhere at Sea", Sept. 7th 18. The Central Itecord, Lancaster, Kentucky. Dear Kditor: Find enclosed check for one dollar and fifty cents for which please send A RtOULARLT INCOHPOIIATID INSTITUTION OF LCARNINO me the HECOHI) for one year. Of LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 321 CUT1IRIE STREET, NorlhofPo.tonr.ee course, the news will be about two Trains young men 'and women for Butinett or Civil Service weeks old, but will be new to me and positions. All who desire to Qualify for either or both lines of gladly received. employment should write lor lull information at once. There isn't anything which cheers up a "Jackie" or "Sammle" like the home news, and it is always found In Wc learn the address the Itecord. of n lot of the Garrard County boys which we want to write to. good I'm enjoying Navy life, health nnd having plenty to eat, so there isn't any cause to be homesick ut all, still I suppose Lancaster would look better to me than it ever has. 1 would like very much to tell you where I am and what I am doing, but can't. Will tell you all about it when the war is over, which we hope will not be so very long. It is very cool here and winter clothes feel fine, the sun seldom shines, when it does shine it is only for about five or ten minutes nnd so P. M. very cool then. Hoping to receive the first Issue of we A. Dr. the paper some time in the near 2 1-- 2 Your friend, future. Wm. Gilbert Morgan, U. S. S. Texas, Ilox No. 2. care Post Master, New York City, Commercial School PUBLIC SALE 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 build all in grass, good five-room ings. Henry & Fleenor, WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY., Col. R. H. Brookshire, Auctioneer. The following Interesting letter to Mr. Win. G. Andtr-sohis grand-fathehas been received from Lucien M. Grant, aboard the U. S. S. Stevens "U. S. S. Stevens, Aug. 25, 18. . Dear Grandpa: Just a few lines to let you know that I am alright, and thinking of you all. A few lines, because on account of the censorship regulations, I can This farm is located six miles from Lancaster on Fall Lick pike, and known as the Cy Baird place. Will also sell at the same time, one pair of good work mules; 2 cows wagon; plows gears; corn hay and other 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. Peters The Central Record. Thursday. Sept 26, 1918. Qualities That Give Full Service. A right start in the direction of economy of themselves. Buy the best quality that your means will permit, then Service and Economy will take care 4 Beautiful SHOES Styles In Autumn Dresses. Panels and Fringe trimmings Many exquisite models from the best designers are displayed for your INSPECTION and SELECTION. are conspicious features shown in some of the models, while others are embroidered and beaded effects. 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. 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 FUKS. COATS J. E. DICKESSOlf, Lancaster The Central Record incorporated, ssued Weekly. $1.50 a year, Mgr. Ky., J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L ELKIN. Local EtliinrNnnd Entered at tbe Text Offied In it xecond c:uss Msll Matter. Member Kentucky and Tress Association Eighth District Publishers League. por County Offices 10.00 and District Oflices.... 15.00 10 per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the Inter-ea- t of individuals or expression of Individual views, per line Obituaries, per line 05 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 tor State for Calls, Lancaster, Kt., September 26, 1918 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For United States Senator. A. O. STANLEY, of Henderson, Kentucky. For Congress HARVEY of Stanford, HELM, Kentucky: I THE LIBERTY LOAN. In the first week of a workingman entered the bond department of one of He Chicago's largest banks. asked for the last list published, and picked out a six per cent issue. He then asked one of the salesmen for a quotation, and received a sad, sweet smile in reply. The bonds had all been sold. His lamentations melted the salesman's heart. "I'll try and get some for you on the market", he, promised, and adroitly extricated himself from the customer's embrace. The issue had been for and the impoverished dwellers in this land had .gobbled it Since those of like us who don't fight must work whether we like it or not wo naturally have money whether we like it or not, and sound concerns that want $60,000,-000.0- 0 at C per cent can soon get it. "Those of us who don't fight." What is our answer to the fourth loan appeal on What behalf of those who-dowill the munition shop hand at ten dollars a day do for his khaki clad brother at thirty Wo are not dollars a month? all high priced workmen, but there are few of us who cannot buy a- bond by installments. Ve boast that American Hoteliers are the best fed and the best treated in the world. Wo shall be eternally disgraced if we full below that standard; we are the richest nation. For those who daily risk mutilation, torturing wounds and death no sacrifice that we make can discharge the full measure of our obligation. wnr-wast- cd - average of $47."i..0 and was boupd fid juur fresh oysters at Zimmcr by It. O. Chambers, of Carlisle GENERAL REGISTRATION FOR THE COUNTY 'Tract No. 2, 01.72 acres, brought TOUR STUDENTS DAY'S GASLESS? $25,952.72, an average of $401, be- "KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF DEFENSE, Of Slate Unimiily Are Killed. Ao'o ing bought by Harp, Milburn and 1016-1The "Casks Sunday" ruling ha Uuilding, Tract No. 3. 19.47 acres, doubtlers saved millions of (.'aligns Mclntyre. Louisville, Kjr September 4 III, 191H. Hit Br Ttain. Wilson ami of gasoline throughout the United was sold to Florence, Mr. J. K. ltobinson. Four University of Kentucky stuStates, however, we are sorry to say Smith for $GO,902.70. an nverage of Chairman County Council of Defense. $310. Tract No. 4, 131.97 acres.l there arc a few who fail to observe dents were killed and two other Lancaster, Kentucky, was bought by Heed and Henry fori No doubt it works it hardthe order. badly Injured, at a railroad rrotsing Hear Sir: ship on some, but we must hear in $39,141.30, an average of $290.1 in Grant county, last Saturday nii:l.t. Under the broad powers conferred upon the Kentuck) Tract No. 5, 119.14 acres, brought mind the fact that every airplane we near Witliantstown, when a SouthCouncil of Defense by the Kentucky Legislature at its last hope to put in the Hun fray must $35,742, an average of $300, bought ern railway train struck the nutoMc-bil- c session you are instructed to summon every person in Garrard by S. S. Jones. Tract Nq. O, 120.95 have gasoline and unless we conin which they were driving t County over 1C years of age to appear in the school houe of Ammer-maserve the supply we may be forced to acres, was sold to McLoney, Cincinnati. his or her School District for the purpose of registration, and and Luther Humphrey for lock up our tin lizzies for several The kllicd were Virgil Maiwlielil. to answer such questions relative to financial assistance which month, in order to permit the sur- $30,708.32, an average of $303.50. Kobett Hardest)'. George (layle, and "ejeh person has given in helping to win the war as you may This is a grand total of 775.13 acres, plus to accumulate. a Garrard county joung man named Arlington. think proper. If nny person should refuse to register or to for $2B 1,487.48. Stone, Buckley and people have not been strict observer Harold Wjnee and llobcrt liechell answer the questions propounded please report the name or Uuckley bought the farm from the of the spirit of the gasoline order, were Imdly injured names of such person or persons to this offlc. some taking advantage of the "church lleazley Brothers a short time ago They were alt member of tlt Very truly yours, dividing it into small tracts .going subterfuge to operate their ami after Sigma Chi Fraternity and wrre going KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF DEFENSE, realized the figures quoted above. machines on Sundays. to Cincinnati to arrange their enfly Edward W. Hines, Chairman. Last Sunday the" writer saw more Col. Uoliver Bond did the trance into the Students Army TrainThis registration will be called for after the Liberty Loan machines on the streets of Lancaster ing Corps. Drive is over. than he saw in the city of Louisville Itobert Hardest)', was an Intimate the Sunday before. Are the people friend, classmate and roommate of PEYTON. of Louisville more patriotic than the Willie Itice Anion, of this city, who Icasions, so you see I miss, him and After a lingering illness of several good people of Lancaster? attended his burial at his home in SAILOR BOY .some how I feel like I hare lost the Fort Thomas last Sunday, being one There are machine owners within months, Mr. Valentine Peyton died the city limits of Lancaster and some at his home on Itichmond street last PAYS DEBT HE OWES TO DEAD SHIP- j dearest pal I ever had. I am en-- ' of the pallbearers. ngeil closing a dollar that I borrowed from' who live within two squares of the Sunday morning, jhim the last time we were together. MATE. SENDS DOLLAR TO church, who could walk, yet they years. The immediate cause of his DR. BRUNER HERE never look at the picture that I come in their cars. This isa bad death was heart trouble. He was HEIDEL SANFORD'S MOTHER. born in Casey county March 14th, think of the dollar so I am mak-- j LAST FRIDAY. STOKE example, for strangers don't know AT dn't COURT ing this attempt to get it to some of who are the owners and from what 18C3 and is survived by his wife and . . . HOUSE. being I.. the Central II.:In Tuesday The children mall five children, can rest assurcu distance they live from the church. l mi ins people. There is little that can be said in ex- Oliver, Luther, Thomas and Miss Ilecord received u letter from the that he died fighting because he was Dr. Ben I. Bruaer,. of .Louisville. Lettie Peyton and Mrs. Fannie Chest- shipmate and pal of Heidel Sanford, full of pure red btool. I will apcuse or justification of the above who lost his life on the Jacob Jones preciate it very much If you will Ilepublican nominee for Uniteil Sta-- I nut, all of this city. cases and the drivers and owners of in write me when you receive this so I tes Senator, addressed a fairly good months ago. Inclosed He was a faithful member of the! several the cars that were out last Sunday e letter, was a letter to Heidel's will know my debt is paid to the audience at the court houie here last Christian church and after short are receiving their just share of the vices at the grave his remains were mother, his picture and n dollar bill mother of the best shipmate I ever Friday afternooji. In the inUreTt of public's disapproval. his candidacy. Yours very truly, The Government request to the laid to rest in the I'aint Lick ccme- - which he had borrowed from Heidel had. Dr. Bruner hat quite n number of tery last Mondny afternoon, his pas- - a few weeks before he lost his life, Olan LaVern Hawk, public to conserve gasoline, is just 'good fritnd here, although the coun-- , tor, Ilev. J. B, Moorman conducting The letter and money was immcd- U. S. S. Pennsylvania, and reasonable, and can work a hard ty was about equally divided between lately turned over to the heart-bro- care I'. M. New York City. snip on no one. uur neighboring the services. he and Judge Bethurum in the ken mother and she has kindly con- cities are observing the ruling to the T tly the end of the war will soldiers 'primary the first week In August. letter and where a car is seen on JAMES McKENZIE BROWN r-Jand civilian alike have forgotten The party seems pretty well united Sunday they are stopped and asked on Dp limner and they are tearPPflMftTFn Til MA MP. 'throughout the love and affection wht n glass of beer looks like? or now up their reason for being out. The rea M ips in thir elforts to carrnUllUlLU lU llrlJUIX. which ho held for young Sanford. will they still be able to recogpize ing ion is noted, the number of the car ry this county for him. The Mount Vernon Signal has the We reproduce both letters: one when they See it? is taken down. Will this have to be lie was introduced here by Judge following interesting article about a "Kditor Lincaster Paper, done- - in Lancaster, or will the peoWhile Secretary Baker is in France Lewis L. Walker, who declared that 'County boy who has Lancaster, Kentucky, ple observe the spirit of the gasoline former Garrard atudvjng the aircraft question, it is' tho Republicans of the slate made no risen rapidly in the military world Dear Sir: ' ruling. 3inie the outbreak of the present! Unclosed please find letter to the to be hoped that he will not wish to mistake in nominating Dr. ilrun.r, The gasoline used on Sunday may mother of C. H. Sanford, a sailor who take a (light in an American plane. although Judge Walker workrnl arbe the means of saving the liies of war. in dently for tho nomination Major Broun has many relatives was killed on the U. S, S, Jacob He hiight hae some diiriculty of Judge many of our boys at the front or it finding one. Bethurum. In his introduction may hasten the end of the war. Let and friends in this county who are Jones n few months ago. He was a Bruner, Judge Walker said, "The He is ncitizen of Lancaster, Ky, nnd I am One of the institutions of the army every auto owner in Garrard county happy over his promotions. race between Staulcy and Bruner is ask himself the question "Is it nec- nephew of Mr. Georgo Brown of this, quite anxious to get this picture and in France is the traveling bathroom. not based on essary"? before he cranks his car on county and a son of the late James dollar I borrowed from her son to her. An outfit that requires three trucks present nre politics. Party lines at Harvey Brown, a well known attor I will appreciate it very much if you to carry it is rolled up to the lines as in the background until Sunday morning. ney of this county. The Signal will assist me in getting it to her. the boys leave the trenches and pro- this war lu'won. The question for Let liim compare his present life you to decide is whether Stanley or Thanking you in advance, I am, vides bathing facilities for five hun of ease with the hazards and hard- says. Bruner Is the best man." He thought ' Yours Truly, James Mchenzie Drown, the only dred men an hour. ships now beitti- - experienced by our Bruner eminently qualified nnd askO. - Hawk. boys in France, and then, if he feels son of our excellent Postmaster, Mrs. ed them for their support. Cleo Williams Brown, has again been U. S. S. Pennsylvania, that he ran not make the sacrifice PLEASANT HILL HONOR ROLL Dr. Bruner before entering upon and his conscience can be at ease in honored by the British Government. care Postmaster, New York City, U. S. S. I'ennsylvania, In the very beginning of the war beGHADK I. Martha Marie Teater his speech, paid tribute to the liieni-or- y his machine on Sunday, even though of the late Senator William O, Sept. 20,1 918, Sallie Lou Irvine, he is going to church, then let him tween our Allies nnd Germany, he entered the British Army as h pri To the Mother of C. II. Sanford, GHADK II. J. L. Teater, Lige Bradley and General Daniel Collier, ride! each of whom had done him fa or, His commanding the Fairest, Squarcst, Shipmate, Lane, Hughie Grimes. appearance vate. I ever had. and strong mental powers suon won GltADH IV. Hogan Tenter, Min- the memory of which, time could' never erase, he said. BEAZLEY BROTHERS for him a promotion nnd he was Dear Mrs. Sanford: nie Hay Teater, Alton Bay. Dr. Bruner said he was unalterably made n Inclosed you will find a pictuti of and afterGltADH VI. Homer Teater, Gladys Fayette Farm of 775 Acres Resells for in favor of nation-widward was elevated to the otHcc of your boy, it was taken over two Snyder. prohibition and had been since his early manCaptain, and now the good mother years ago, when ho and I mad'), it GltADH VIII. Alice Kay. $340. an Acre. hood, and that when he is elected to receives the joyous news that he has liberty to Fall Itiver Massachusetts the Senate, those who voted for him The farm known as the Van .Meter been promoted to the rank of Major. from New Port, It. I. lie was at could rely on him doing every thin Major Brown is n Uockcastle boy, that time serving on the U. S. K. farm in Fayette county, recently The Local Board has just received in lils power to make the country as owned and sold by Ileazluy Bros., although he was born In Lancaster, Mellvill, and I on the Pennsylvania. When a little more than two years of I shall never forget his good nature orders regarding farm furloughs. dry as a man's vest pocket. formerly of this county was He was heartily applauded by his again last week at an advance of uge he was brought to Mount Vernon and big hcartedness, ho would al- These blanks, form 1035 have been about $35,000 more than was realiz- with his mother, who was made a ways give up his last cent to accom- placed with the following Notary friends during his speech, lie left for Stanford that afternoon. ed by Ueazlcy Brothers. The furm widow by the sudden death of her modate a ship mate and laugh all the Public's; Mis Shelby Mason, J. l Williams, Bryantsville, contained 775 acres mid was sold by husband, the young and brilliant at- time. I was in the Hospital with him Bcazley Brothers for $300 an acre, torney of Garrard, James Harvey for one month while In this training and It. G. Woods, Paint Lick, and CALL FOlWHITE MEN IN it was resold last week and brought Brown. Major Brown Is in charge station, and he was always cheering persons Interested can have them Lexington of the English Forces at Mesopota- every body with his funny experimade out by tho above mimed per$310 an acre. The CLASS ONE FOR GENERAL Ho was u man loved by all sons, sworn to and then forwarded Leader has the following to say of mia, which lies between the Tigress ences. and Kuphrates liiver. his shipmates because he was honest, to this Board for approval. the sale: The reMILITARY SERVICE. A short time ago the King of the u good worker and always clean and quirements are as "Tho sale of land on what Is known follows: Thirty as the Solomon Van Meter farm, 775 British Umpire bestowed on Major neat. 1 assure you it was u sad days will be the limit for any furCall No. 1353 for 37 white men to acres, on the Bryan Station pike, Brown tho title of "D. S. O.", which shock to me when I saw his name lough, and no furlough can be gran- entrain for Camp Sevier, Greenville, held Tuesday, by James C. Stone, J. means "Distinguished Service Order" among the lost on the' Jacob Jones ted except for the purpose of har- S. C., just received by the Local L. Buckley and C. E. Buckley, realizfor good work under shell and rlllc. because he and I were more like vesting corn. These blankr will not Hoard, They will leave Lancaster, ed high figures, averaging 'over $340 This is a title of honor which every brothers than just Pals. Anything be available until Oct., 1st, AND some time during the period beginper acre. The residence and 138.88 English soldier la exceedingly anx- mine was always half his and we KVEKY QUESTION MUST II K ning October, 7th, 1018. List of acres brought $00,037.44, wore each others clothes on all oc- - ANSWEUEU IN FULL. names will be found In our next Itsde. or an ious to get and which few obtain. ARE OUR SUN- I 7 n n fifty-five l 1 I ' ser-th. of-De farTfurloughs. d r, ThaCentral Record, Thursday, Sept 26 1918. 7 SP3 The Season's Most Attractive Suits and Coats are in our new line. The suit you have been dreaming of is here. THE POPULAR BETTY WALES DRESSES 0 & have the sparkle UI i' 5g ii yuin We will lake genuine pride 1 the chic of fifth Sold at this store ; Dresses in showing you our Hne. exclusively J the quality The J Mailable and Oast Range $85. mercantile STANDS FOR. Mr Davis Sutton was in ton, Tuesday, on business. I.cxing- m. I I i 1 j i. 3232 Miss Mae Duddcrar and Mr. WilMr. nnd .Mrs. J. W. Hill, of Point liam J. Ball, accompanied by Miss Leavell, left jesterday for Sadora, Lucille Dudilerar. of Stanford, surMr. Clay Miller of Akron, Ohio, is Illinois, to vifit their son, Thomas prised their friends by motoring to Rld-ln- g visiting his mother, Mrs. Dora Miller, Hill. Walking Plows. Cambric and Oliver Danville on September 11, nnd being A BrUI Mention of the Comings tnd for n few days. Goinji hyThou V'c Arc Inftnitid In. quietly married at (i o'clock, P. M., nt and Strongest Fence made. something Mrs. W. 0. Clark entertained a the home of Bev. Win. II. Smith, rasMrs. I.ula Johnson spent Tuesday few friends at n noon-da- y Ohio Silo Cutter, Exclusive Grass Seeder, Reliance dinner of the Christian churoli of that the guest of Mrs. I! kh- Tuesday, in honor of her sister, Mrs ter in city. Pltlcss Scales. John Deere 3 4 Wagon. Success Mm. t'ornle Clay of Richmoid, is an! Stanford New land. C. It. Henry. The bride is the daughter of Mr. tin- - guest of Mrs. W. II. llurton. Manure Spreader, cheap. Misses Judith nnd Charlotte Smith Mrs. C. It. Henry and children of and Mra. Dave Dadderar of Gilberts Mis Fliznhcth Kason was the guest with Kirksville, are spending this week Creek and is n charming and attracof Danville spent the week-en- d I of Miss Mnry Doolin, Sunlny. Miss Hetsy Dudley. with her sister, Mrs. W. (I. Chirk on tive young lady nnd has a host of friends in her community and in LanI Miss Alhe Yantis left Friday for Deal House. The Mr. Allen IJarnes and Mr. Clay Lexington pike. caster, where she is well known and Flcmingsburg to visit relatives, Miller went to Lexington Tuesday to, Mr, j Kandolph Harris has i loved. The groom is the son of Mr. in the Navy. I Mint CVcil Batumi left last week j turned from Covington, where she and Mrs. Sum Ball of cast Lancaster, for .Danville, where she entereil K. Mrs. Harold Oldham has returned I haa b"cn "siting l.cr daughter. Mrs. and U a promising young farmer and C. W. j i Undid Joung Man. home after several days visit to heriW- - c- 1'epples. lie man) friends of this happy (Vi. Mrs. Fisher Herring was the guest husband at Camp Taylor. Mr n1(, jIrs A Spcitl rtturn. arc joung last week of Mrs. Tom Slavin at I'aint omy from a very delightful cuccess couplemany wishing ofthem much Mrs. Herndon Dudley has return-- j years and perpetual Uck. motor triP to st- - Jo-- ' Michigan, and cd home after a weeks visit to herV happiness together. other points North. Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon of Stanford husband lit Stithton, Ky: Mrs. J. K. Dickerson nnd children, is the truest of Mrs. N. Miller this CARD OF THANKS Mrs. F.liza Hill spent several days week. and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dickerson the past week in Danville with her motored to Lexington Wednesday, We wish to thank our many friends .Mr. T. K. Walton of Barbourvillc daughter, Mrs. Joe Ncvius. and spent the- - day. who were so kind to us during the wan n visitor in Lancaster the past Messrs John M. Farra, Tom llal-- i ,,,, a ..gpeml illness and death of our dear husband M week. A s Waker lard and L. (I. Davidson, made n busi- - j ,e dnv rat,y ,Mt weck in;Ilonor of nnd father. bciiiCtistcr, KC. Mrs. Lou Pe.ton and children. Mu, Joe IlinternUh is spending a ness trip to Frankfort, Tuesday. ,, w, jU.sjllme!i j5o!)ert Embrv few days in Covington with friends W,'lsh of Fre-- h Ovsters at Zimmers. Mr. John Dunn of Fort Oglethorpe niul relatives. Gn., spent a few hours hut Saturday. Mr. George Tudor of Greensburg, SVaCdLMH Spanish influenza is said to be The Miss Lillie Noel of Danville was u with his mother, Mrs, W. A. Price. Ind., and Mrs. Isabella Hamm of beginnine: n visit to this country. guest at the Simpson House n few Uichmond spent the week-en- d with Most tilings Spanish arc not to be days the past week. Mr. Henry Tuttlo has received thc;Mr n, Mn(. n, Griggs. sneezed at, but the Influenza is an glad news that his brother, Charley Miss Mary l.ee I.ear of Hamilton Mr. and JIrs. James A. Ileazley exception. Tuttle has nrrived safeTy over-seaCollege, Lexington, spent the weekwere in Lexington Tuesday to sie end with home folks. TRANSYLVANIA ($5,000) Mr. and Mrs. Chas Leak and Mr. their daughter. Miss .Mildred, who is THE Slake, always a ereat race, will be Dr. II. F. Walter of Ml. Vernon, and Mrs. Tom McMillian spent the in school at Transylvania. better than ever, Thursday, Oct. 3, spent several days with his wife and day Monday with Mrs. Dora Miller. Mr. ami Mrs. William Fox Login Ima Jay 2:04 at Lexington daughter the past week. Penn., (Transylvania winner 1917), Ross Mrs. Green Clay Walker, ii spend- and children of Wilkes-Barr- e, 11.2:0 1 Wilkes Brewer 20S Mrs. J. Uockwell Smith of Danville ing n few days with her brother, Dr. arrived Tuesday for a visit to .Mrs. Resilience Phone 33. Olllcc I'lione 18. Logan's mother, Mrs. Rose Mason. Heir Reaper 2:05 Prince was the guest of Misses Mary and Charlie Zimmer nnd wife at LexingLorce 2:05 (winner of two ton. Jane Doty the past week. Miss Georgia Dunn has returned $10,000 Stakes this menlli) Royal Mrs. Neil Bennett and daughter, 10 Lexington to resume ner studies Mr ami Mrs. Harry Francis of Royal Mac 2:05 Ki.iuU 2:05 ... t... r .it . .1..- r 1 i..L- Piittit .tu.ut ll... t. tuitl. nnd Mrs F.ugcne Walker of Uichmond in me ioncge ot me iiioie l.riu .l Binland ?l05 3-- (beaten once were gue .I.Mr, and Mrs. Saulley Hughes. f Miss Tommie Francis which rhe will giaduate this yeur. this year,) Reiy's Lassie 2:05 .Monday. ' What a r 'ceamends! th. er.triec Mis Norma Burns Montgomery, is Mr .Milton Kliiott left Monday for il will be! visiting her family nt BryantBville Loui&ville Miss Virginia Bourne left yestei to resume his studies at' day for a several weeks stay with this week. She will visit Mrs. K. B. the Louisville Dental College. i When They Weigh Most. her sister. Sirs. W. K. Warner, .it Parks in Danville before her return A llcutlug item stutes Unit It takes .Mr Ollie Terrill of Richland, Va.,! .Stanford. to Lancaster. fi.000 bees tn weigh a pmil. They has heen the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. welsh more when they tit down. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Postlc of lUv. an I Mm. Henry Faulkner .ind Jaek Ailams. for several days. of Hillsboro, Ohio, arrived pooa. Ga mutnml llirou.rli from Cleveland Plain Dealer. ar.i'vnn; in .Mr. Mac Wilkins of Shelby N. C. Tuesday fjr a -- visit to her mother, "'eir Southern home, V" iMiuviiie 1'iey .re umlay. last has Joined his wife for a visit nt the Mrs. Boe M.no i. I home of Mr spending a few days wiUi friends and and Mrs. V. A. Lear. TO VaCC'NTC S0AIN9T DUlCKLtO. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Adams and Mr. relatives in Lancaster, this week. I Simple. Snfe. Effective .Mir Taylor llurdette of Hryiints-ille- . M. J. Adams of Junction City, spent , strlne; U Miss Hoberts, Dean of Normal j N I Miaiurs. Ko liquid to (fill. don was the guest of Mrs. Klizn Monday with Mr. and Mrs. George School at Uichmond and Mrs. Will Himpl llllf pill la la Inject"! uudif llit ikia. A. Broun, on Hill court. the past week. I Hill for a few dajs roa rviui Mu.&r. auiv .tinyes oi ikicninonu, were visitors nil Mr. nnd Mrs. .Mae Wilkins have re- - Lancaster. Mnn.lnv. Th..i- - .mnmni. for 31. tr Mrs. A. II. Klkin of Louisville, is turned to their home In Shelby S. C. ed Mrs. William Burton, Chairman, expected the last of the week for a visit to her sister, Mrs. I.ula Johnson. after n pleasant visit to her parents, and yiisi Martha Kavanaugh, Vice Mr. mid .Mrs. V. A. Lear. chairman for the Fourth Liberty Messrs Jelf and Ike Dunn ami John Messrs Robert Kinnaird, James Loan Drive. Woods of Lexington, were mingling Wood and William Kinnaird. of Cen- Mrs. Mollie Winn, and daughter, with their friends here last Monday ter college, Danville, were guests of Mnrv Hane. of Paint Lick. Mr. honiefolks for the week end. Harrison Howard and .Miss Senoru Mrs. Lottie Preston qiul Miss, Km-m- a I Doolin were the guests of Mrs. Mrs .J. It. .Moorman and beautiful Howard of Layman, Ky., motored to Inez Crank, Saturday night and Sun- little daughter, Camilla Burns, left I Lancaster, Saturday, and weir guests Miss Senoru Howard re- -' day. this week for Kansas City, Mo., to of friends. I niuined for a longer visit to her' Mr. n nd Mrs. Steve Carrier enter- visit her father, Dr. lledinaii. friend, Mrs. Lewis on the Buckeye! (!) tained last week at a dinner in honor Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn, Will Pike. If you care to atop in and investigate we will of Dr. Montgomery, and l!ev. J. H. Rice Anion mid Burton Stapp of show you how we can save you from 5 to 10 per On last Saturday Mrs. Ross Bus-- 1 " Moorman, State College, spent the week-encent on every article in our complete and extensive at nn elaborate with home folks. They were accom- tin, was hostess line of Editor K. C. Walton of Stanford See or Phone panied back to Lexington Sunday by course dinner in honor of an old was raking in the sheckles here last school-mat- e College, nt Hamilton Mesdames Lul.i Johnson, W. A. Price Monday, for that good paper, The Mrs. Wyatt Montgomery, who resides und Milton Kliiott. Interior Journal. Covers were laid at Cumpbellsville. liut Htill maintaining our well known rellablo qunli-Uc- h Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tuttle enter- for the following: guaranteed to be the best we can possibly pro- Mrs Ike Hamilton, and Mrs. Naomi Mrs. Stephen Walker, Mrs. Robert Before having your cure for you. Hamilton and small sons have return- tained at a twelve o'clock dinner last ed from a two weeks visit to rela- Sunday in honor of their mother, Goir, Mrs. L. G. Davidson, Mrs. W. S. Mrs. W, M. Reynolds. Those pres- Kmbry, Sirs. II. V. Itastin, Mrs. B. F. Plumbing, Heating, Roof-in- g, tives nt Kansas City, Mo. ent beside the honor guest were, Mr. Robinson,' Mrs. J. It. Moorman, Mrs. Painting and Guttering Mr. and .Mrs. W. T. West enter-taine- d W. M. Reynolds, Mr, and Mrs. J, I'. Sam Haselden, Mrs. Jesse Gulley, nt a dinner, last Sunday for Foley, .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner, and Mrs. II. C. Rose, Mrs. Iluckner Spin- done. Phone No. WE SELL FOR LESS. Dr. Montgomery, who conducted the little son, and Virgil and Lawrence dle, Mrs. Mac Wilkins, Mrs. Wjntt Reynolds. revival at the Christian church. Montgomery, Mn. Ross Bastin. MY PRICES ARE RIGHT sZ'i'SS'-w- Cast Cooks SI5. and newBest & S35. jMuiijmii Gossip About People V?1 2 $30. Fence' Mr. Allen llarncs of Akron, Ohio, is visiting Mr. Clay Miller. Messrs Robert Griggs and Frank Brown were in Richmond .Monday. Mr. Hrown purchnsed nn Oakland ear. DUDDERAR BALL. J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q S. 1 HATFIElsD, j Dentist. w BSOnEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, BLACKLEGOIBS J mi tt BUY McRoberts Drug Store CAN YOU FIGURE? FANCY GROCERIES 43!: LIBERTY BONDS, I 1 Sander's Variety Store I I P. 5. Williams 350. 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26 1918. NATION-WIDE PROHIBITION TIIC KENTUCKY FUTURITY 000) Lesington, Oct. I, ll IS FINALLY llcuSe Of 171 To 0. K.D By Vole Senate Measure 34. prohibition effective next for the period of the war wns by the llous approved Monday which adopted 171 to 31, the Senate prohibition rider to the $12,000,000 Kmerncncy Agricultural Appropria tion Hill, The measure now will he sent to conference for adjustment of differences between the two houses on appropriation Items. Alter votinu in the committee of the whole to accept an amendment permitting the importation of wine until next May 1, the House Inter re versed its decision by n vote of 12 to 59, retained the original Senate provision that Importation of wine must cease when the measure becom effective upon its signature by the President. The amendment wns np proved by tiie .l!eue Agriculture Committee tj meet an cbjcction b the Government, of Frnrcc, l.nij Spain nnd l'ci Intnl. All other Uteris cth.;w National 1 July PUBLIC SALE OF only race for Icokt like the greatest colt race ever programmed; for amongst lha enlrlca eligible to ftirl are David Guy 205 Nella Dillon 2:05 1.4 Wiliey Chealnu. Peter 2lP5 Mia. ZlOG Peter Juno 2.07 Ruth Dewey Watts, 2i07 Mainaheet 2iOS Petrls 2l0.1 Echo 12, I'c'.ar Voni.l 2iOS Direct 2)03 1. 1, Miriam Guy 2i09 3.4, all winners and four more fast nnei that have not won thta year. (I4.. 3.n.5 In 1918, OBJECTORS. The proposal to send conscientious 1 objectors to the farms m laborers has not yet leceived the henrty endorsement cf the farmers, The conscience thnt demands when are nloofr thuu-ancls annul f?ated. Hie Ut;.slatn'ii niso were ie A by Lenrt". i.Ui prpcr.I tive Knhn, of Callifornia, RcpiLl,r.in to extend the effective date for pro hibitinu the sale of wine and beer to December 31, 1919, was defeated 112 to 32, as was one by Representn tive Ilcshlin, of Pennsylvania, Demo rut, to change the date for stopping the manufacturing of beer and wine from next May to December 1, 1919. Tour other amendments, two of which sought to have the Government pay for the liquor unsold when pro hibition becomes effective, also were LITE STOCK Beginning promptly at ten o'clock, A. M., I will -- if makinc the ru reme larr.fic i likely to he capricious even about farm work. It Blight object to spraying potato buffs ami destrojinit chicken-lie?- . Fanners have no more time these c'n.'-- s to nrirue will, their help tvn colonels v ith their rci.mcnt. In Kurop they have partly solved the problem by putting; onscicntlous tbjectors to uork on mind xneepcrs. Here they perform important service for the ixpress purpose of ravine life, and never fare the obllRa-tio- n of destroying even n potato buir. The objectors still object, hut with, less loe;ir, if any, than before. rejected. Representative Gordan, of Ohio, proposcil that the International Hev enuc Uurcau be authorized to make the payment, but was ruled out of order, as wns a subsequent proposal by Representative Sabath, of Illin ois a funil of $2.r0,000,000 for the same purpose. HOUSEWIVES RELEASED October 2nd, 18 At my farm near Hubble and known as the J. property; One! I. TIIE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM. 'round tl.e flag, hoya, Wa'll rally onca again, Shouting the battle cry of Freedoml W. will rally from th. We'll gather from the plain, Shoulin" lh battle cry of freedom Yea, we'll rally hill-lid- Wilmot place, sell the following personal pair of aged mules; One seven year old mare mule; We ar9 apriniit; to the call Of our brother a gcite lcfore. Shouting the battle cry of Freedom) And we'll fill the vacant ranks With a million free-me- n more. Shouting the battle cry of Freedom We wilt welcome it our n'irlber. The loyal, true end Lrave, Shouting the battle cry cf Freedom And although th.y may be poor. Not a man shall ba a slave. Shouting the battle cry of Freedom CHORUS. AMERICA FOREVER. HURRAH DOYS! DOVN WITH TIIE KAISEK! UP WITH TIIE STAR i WHILE WE RALLY AROUND TIIE FLAG. DOYS. RALLY ONCE AGAIN. SHOUTING TIIE UATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM. Fast Swimmer. The fulet flh I anld tn be the dolphin, ublrli run snlui short (11 v tanee-nt the rale of U3 miles an hour. To Clear Ululng. Tie ecrernl thlrkneutea nf cotton over the moulli of n Mulnir bottlo If you would have the hluliu; How smoothly and without dnrk pnrtlrle. iiy No Mean Secure. FROM WHEATLESS PLEDGE. Housewives throughout the coun try who patriotically put their homes en a wheat less basis last spring have been released from their pledges to the Tood Administration to go ab tolutely without wheat. This re lease was merely from the voluntary pledge to go entirely without wheat until the new harvest. Housewives will continue to purchase the re quired amount of wheat substitute with their wheat flour. Coming in of the new wheat crop ha made it possible for the Nation to go back partially to its old habits of eating. I!ut the uncertainties of war and the necessity for building up a food reserve are incentives to cau. tion, even in the face of a good crop. A the available supply of wheat diminishes or increases so does the U. S. Food Administration accord ingly change its rulings as to the use of wheat flour. So as to cover every possible rul ing that might be made by the Food Administration, a little booklet of Selected liccipes for Wnr Times has been especially prepared for the patriotic housewives of America. Every recipe has been carefully selected, prepared and tested in a modem experimental bakery and laboratory by the housewife, domestic science expert and food analyst. Vhe recipes range from those calling for all wheat to those calling for no wheat flour. No matter what kind uf a nar recipe you are looking for you can And it in "Selected Recipes for War Times". This splendid little booklet can be had for the asking. Simply write CALUMKT II A KING POWDKIS COMPANY, 4100 Fillmore Street, Chicago, Illinois., and it will be sent you postpaid, Save the needed wheat Hour use jour substitute flours unit help win the wnr One four year old horse mule; Three Two 7-y- ar old mules; T wo yearling mules: Two red cows and calves; Five Angus yearling heifers; old mare mules with foal to Jack; One Jersey cow and a good one; Four good sows and twenty-thre- e pigs, Twenty good ewqs; Five Yearling Cattle. 200 bales of good straw. One Deering Hinder; One wheat drill; Manure Spreader; FARMING IMPLEMENTS: One Mowing machine; One hay rake; One disc harrow; One farm wagon; One buggy; One secCultivators; Three turning plows; Two dou tion Harrow; One steel Roller; Two Brown-Manle- y h cultivator. "Most of these implements are practically new. ble shovel, plows; One five-toot- HOUSEHOLD GOODS Consisting of Bedsteads; chairs; rocking chairs; dining table, center table, Davenport, Walnut antique bed room suite, One old fashion clock and other pieces of old furniture; good range with full set of cooking vessels; table ware of all kinds, a number of carpets and rugs. One 1917 model Ford Touring car, in good condition. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. secured n hate cut one, but he nln't aeeiireil II et. Ills Imxi nya be am liable to tlrt him any minute." I.tfe. Friend"! )iwr n Sniiil.o has pmlllon." i:ntuv "Sit, lis CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer. James H. Weaver, LET US A FAMILY MEDICINE k Her MotLcr'i Home, Say TLii Georgia Ldy, llegai'dinjf Relief From Headache, filaLn'j, Chills, Etc. Black-Draug- Mrs. Mclvin Parson at Hackley, TEACHERS MEETING. Program for Teachers' Association of Kdurntlonal Division No. 2 to be rendered at the Graded School, I Ky., Oct. 5th. 1918. Time 2:30 P. M. Graded School Chupel. Place 1. Itoll call of trustees and teach-tr- s of Kd. Div. No. 2. Devotional 2. Kxerciscs,. Iiev. Conant. . 3. Song Flag of the Free... Audience. 4. Addrers "The Ideal Teacher and his Long Suit". .John Paul, D. D V. Pres. Asbury College. 5. I'anomine..-- . Girls from Miss Holtzclaws school. 0. Music. .Mr. and Mrs. Conant. All patrons and teachers of other Divisions ure cordially Invited to atDr. Paul is an tend the meeting. excellent speaker and will deliver a lecture that will be a real treat to everyone. Come and hear him. Most respectfully, Jas. R. Abner, Chairman of the Association. . Eton Unci quUk rtiUf Iron and paint of Khruma-tltrNrurkUu, tliatnaii.! Miszcs Itosa anil Inez Kay attended preaching at flethel Sunday, und were guests of Miss Anna I.ayton. Mrs. I.. I.. Sanders of Crab Orchard was the guest last week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and daughter, Nora, were the week-en- d visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kay. Miss Lucy Worthlngton has returned to her home at Wilmore ufter several days stay with Miss Linda Locker. achn LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. No turrit to rub. It ". isi-c-- , ... lis IHJCKEYE , .... ........... Miss .Mayme Crutchfield und Mr. Herbert Johns of Nicholasville, were y guests Sunday of Misses Sallie Lou i !r W e P I.cng sptrt Tcter and Ethel Kay. ,:lt with Mr Smillie Hill. Mr. It. V. Sanders and family und Mrs. T. O. Hill and Mr. Jesse Hill ere in Danville Sunday to see Mrs. Mr. W. II. Gulley and family, were guests Sunday night of Mr, und Mrs. Jesse Hill. at Klrkavllle. Mrs. Jesse Hill was taken to Dan- J. A. Whittaker, ville last week where she underwent Natural Question. an operation. Allen heard Ids mother complain Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker shunt tln great number of lady buss and children were visitors Sunday of rver)heie In tlie house. He watched Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Whittaker. them fur u lung time, then asked, "You Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price and son, call them 'die,' aren't there nuy gentleHubert, spent Sunday with Mr. and men duly tiiiguV BASTIN BROTHERS. LANCASTER. KY. Mrs. Chas. fl'niton. ninrKold. (Is. of this place, writes: "I nnt n user or TtiixUoras in tact. It was ono of our family medicines. Also In my motber'a home, when I was a child. Viliou any of tut child, ren complained of headache, usually caused by tonstlpatlon, shn Rare us a aoso ot which wouiu rectify the trouble. Often In tha tiprlnc, we would hare tralarU and chills, or troubles ot this kind, wo iiretty rn?- would talto lllack-Dranitmar until the liver vctdl wui, ami we would soon bo up and around again. We would not he without It, for It certainly ban saved us lots ot doctor bills. Just a doso of Illack- Draught when not bo well saves lot ot days In bed." has been Tbedrord'a lllark-Dniiutto use for many ears In too treatand lovtel ment of stomach, liver troubles, and the popularity which It cow enjoys Is proof of Its msrlt, If your Hrer Is not dolnff Its duty. ou will gutter from such dlsaicrre. ble symptoms as headache, bilious-netconstipation, ludlKestlon, eto., and unless somothlns Is done, serious rouble may result. Tbedford'g niack-DraiiEhas been found a Ttluablo remedy for these troubles. It Is purely vegetable, and cti In a prompt and natural way. regulating toe liver to us proper functions and cleansing; the bowels ot tonurltlea. Try It. Insist ou Tbed lord s, the original and genuine. U 79 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26, 1918. STOLEN HOUR To Be Paid Back Br Nation To Falhtr Time October Health, hi Happir.tjj ar.dJWfalih Result t( Daylight Satin; Law. You Can't Eat Meat 100 Miles Away Preparing meat is only a part of Swift & Company's usefulness. The finest meat in the world wouldn't do you any good one hundred miles away from your table. Compnny efficiency has made to place complete lines of products in the smallest and most remote communities. To be sure the work is done well Swift & Company, through its branch houses and car routes, brings the meat to the retail dealer for you. Swift & Company lays out car routes covering towns big, little, medium size which are not served by- - a Swift branch house. Salesmen find out in advance what fa wanted by the dealers in every town. They are followed by refrigerator cars loaded with retailers' orders, which are delivered nt each town fresh, clean, and sweet once or twice each week. Swift & Company operates u large number of car routes like this, from fourteen distributing plants. This is n necessary and natural part of the packers' usefulness. It fits into the industry in an orderly, effective way. It makes better meat cheaper from one end of the land to the other. At "the witching hour" of 1 a. m. on the morning of October 1st, the clocks of the nation will he set hack un hour, hut you, nml every other imliviiltinl in the United Stnlcs, will he richer hy 181! hours becnusc what no humiin being can buy time linn been so hhe rnlly mlilcil to your by the "day-ligh- t savins hour" thnt by October 1st you will have gained the equivalent of twenty working ilays, says the two eight-hou- r Courier Journal. The hour that was filched from you on Mnrch Hist will be rtturneil with umlrcamcil of in- fecteig JJJmnb MODELS for FALL Thie r joorl times to forii t!i lixbit rf wearing better clnlhei better because they last loneer nnd look, quality even when they get old. Such clothes nre Society Ilrand and you'll recognize romethlng agreeably different the moment you lay your eyes on the Full and Winter models. Come in today. Try on a Society Ilrand suit. Then stand in front of the mirror, and you'll say "I like it". Our winter Style Book on Society Ilrand Clothes mailed to you on ranucst. "Shen you lunch this noon ssvc a spoonful of sugar for the boys over terest. The stupendous total of health nml wealth nml pleasure thnt have been milled In the nation's assets because of the daylight savings may not he properly computed in terms of cither time or money, but the war gardeners of the nation and there are some fi.000,000 of them will have gained a net total of 311,011 years! There is no limit on the "interest" paid on the hour you loaned to Father Time mi a cold, dark morning last March. This enormous gain almost incredible to the human mind is arrived at by figuring an hour a day to each of the .1,000,000 soldiers of the soil, which gives 910,000,000 hours, or 113,7.10.000 days, of .111,-i- ! 11 ears. As for the coal that has been sav ed by the hour which was quietly added to the nation's ussets on Sunday morning. March 31, it is estimated that the United States will save between 1,000,000 and 1 ,.'00,-00- 0 tons. And at every cantonment in the country thcie Is going to be such joy over the extra hour that the "sojer lads" may spend in slumber, that it is ecn said Irving Berlin's song, "Oh, how 1 hate to get up in the morning" will suffer n temporary lapse of pop. Swift & ft possible 4 -- ' 1 ularity Swift & Company, U. S. A. Robinson Crusoe's Will. Tim "lout will" of Alt'XnniliT Selkirk, original of ItnMiiMiu Cruoo, was the old nt miction In IjiiuIou for JIIOO. Tli will If elm: "llclng now bourn) out on n vojiu-e- - to sea, and calling to in n I llie t1I unit (lunger of the and oilier unccrtalutlci of thin Mn transitory life " llig lien's voice, booming ovir tin Atlantic Ocean, will be answered iiy cathedral chimes in this land, by pert little alarm clacks, and by staid, eel' respecting town hall clocks will un. doubtedly extend thanks to the nations across the waters thnt inaugurated the daylight saving plan. In the United States the dayl'ght saving was established by Congress t.i March, 1918. as nn effective method of conserving the health, wcaltii nnd mineral resources of the nntun. The adoption of the plan hy the United States is attributed to its uccetr- in ful operation Great Hritain, France, Italy, Germany, Australia, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Portugal, Australia and Iceland. Ilusy times In the matter of setting back the city's clocks are in store for those interested with looking after the most delicate and temperamental of all forms of mechanism. The customhouse clock being the Federal timepiece, nnd therefore the Everywhere Welcome. Libor will prob I hear therefore with Joy whntcver dean of all local clocks The varIn beginning to lie said of the illgnlty ably be the first to be set. ious master clocks in hotels, schools nnil nerolly of Inlior to every cltl-leIk virtue jet In the line and office buildings, will gnin their There nml the spnde fur the lenrneil as well hour as expeditiously as possible. ns the unlearned hnmR Anil lalior And the song of the moment will N everywhere welcome; ulwnys we be, "llackward, turn backward, oh urn linlteil to work. Kuiemon. time, in your flight." WKW t .... WW 111 PARKS & HENDREN Style Leaders. DANVILLE, STANLEY AND BECKHAM KENTUCKY. Dowden and Bettis. Several from here attended the sale Mr. nnd Mrs. Uobert I.. Hose spent of Mr I!. L. Burton Saturday. Among those who went were Mr. and .Mrs. Monday in Lexington. 1!. I, Burton, and children, Mr. am) Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogtm Ilallard Mrs. J. C. Williams, Metdamos J. W. were in Lexington, Friday. Bryant, M. O. Kennedy and Klizn-bet- h BKYANTSVILLE SPEAK TO GREAT CROWDS. WINCHESTER IN GALA ERS COME DRESS AND HEAR- FROM SEVERAL COUNTIES. ATTENTION . Garrard County Tax Commissioner will be in Paint Lick, FRIDAY, SEPT. 27th, from 8:30 a. m., to 5 p. m. See him and list your property otherwise you must go to his office. Gome early so you can be waited upon. Peoples Bank PAINT LICK, KY. Winchester was in gala diess Monday and crowded with men from all parts of Clark county and from Fayette, Bourbon and other nearby counties for the Democratic campaign rally at which Gov. Stanley mid Senator Beckham were the principal speakers. The Governor and his party arrived about noon and were greeted nt the depot with a band of music nnd a long stream of automobiles. Dinner was served at the hotel and an informal reception followed. Public buildings nnd many places of business were draped with bunting und the opera house was attractively decorated with floweis and with "Old Glory", the. "Union Jack" and the of France. Judge J, M, Stevenson, chairman of the Clark County Democratic Committee, presided over the meeting, which began at 1:30 o'clock, and introduced the speakers. lie paid tribute to each nnd "xtollcd former Senator McCreary, who was present. Others tented on the platform were Lieut. Gov. Ilhick, Senator Shaw, T. G. Stuart, Amos Kaufman, Klhvooil D, A. It. hSackelford, Ilanillton.W. Crutcher, Thomas S. Khcar, Joe Goodson unit Clyde Gaines. Senator lteckham declared that Gov, Stanley must be elected to the Senate to support President Wilson and his war policies. "If either House of Congress should be turned over to Republicans ut this time it would be. considered by Germany as u rebuke to the prcs cut Administration," he declared. Gov. Stanley said that he vetoed the bill prohibiting the teaching of German in the public schools because he had been udvised by Washington to do so. Gov, Stanley was warmly received thruoghout his talk, und was frequently interrupted by applause. Dally Thought One ring, one land, ono heart, one hand, one nation evermore. Oliver Wendell Holmes. The members of the W. C. T. L'. served dinner nt the sale of Sloan Mrs. C. C. Decker and Mrs. It. K. and Deitrich last Friday and they Swope were the guests of Mrs. Carrie made tha nice sum of $95 which will Moss in Jessamine Friday. be placed in the treasury of the local Miss Mnyme Lee Ilallard and guest chapter to be used when needed. Miss Mary Hunter, of Quitman, Ga. The Union here has made 67 housewives for the soldiers. spent Thursday in Lexington. The Mail Motor Truck service Mrs. John Campbell of Owsley Co. returned home Monday after a visit which was instituted Monday is quite with Mrs. G. II. Kose and other rela a benefit to the people of this community, as they can now receive the tives. Lexington Herald and other papers Mr. llryan Ilallard who is now, N'orth in the morning instead of tht stationed at Camp Wheeler Ga., has1 aftcrncon. It will also carry parcel written several very interesting let-- ' post packages, including produce of ters home telling of life in the camp. nny kind Hint comes within the scope The Bryantsville High School op- - of parcel post service, weighing not ened last .Monday with a very large more than 70 pounds. This service attendance. The principal, Hev. G. j will prve very acceptable to the peoS. Conant is ably assisted by Miscs ple along the route. Miss Myrtle Campbell hns accepted a position with Ilccker Ilallard. 1! u l Ross. 31 l ICZZjC PREST-O-LIT- E 31 IE OFFICIAL u Battery Service Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to fit any make of car now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. New 1918 Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper, $950.00 1914 Buick extra Tire Starter,. $500.00 1916 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. One Ton Trailer, New, $175.00. The Danville Buick Oo L. B. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. 3i ii Danville, Kentucky. irzz: It II IL-Z- 3C lo 9 The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26. 1918. i o (9 New Fall and Winter Goods for Men and Bogs jfS A s Sport Coats, Sleeveless Sweaters, Khaki Shirts, Army Puttees, Leather Puttees, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, Keiths and Stetson's Domestic and Imported Hats, Grinnell Gloves, Cooper Union Suits, Buster Brown Hosiery, Black Cat Hosiery, Fine Neckwear and Novelty Fall Caps. "COLLEGIAN" AND "FRAf SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR MEN and YOUNG HEN a) s t i fir W i "Perfection" Clothes for Boys. ht Complete stock of new and attractive furnishings for Men and early and can be sold to you at reasonable prices. It will be to your advantage to look early and buy. Prices are jumping and everything is scarce. Our stock is full now. and bigger than ever before. Flcrshime Shoes, McElwain Shoes, King Quality Shoes, Weber Shoes for Dress. Witch Elk Endi- cott Johnson, Nunn and Bush Shoes for Heavy Wirr.e-- Wear. Army Shoes in Four Grades. Boys-Boug. iff Logan 8l Anderson Bros. t Kentucky's Great Trots 48th Fall Meeting al FOR SALE:- -- 307 acres of Rlue Dally Tho;:.t. MULE COLT 'DAY - or cen-'ir- e No man inn Jntl r Grass land in Mercer county on the another, because, tude d, no man pike, between Ruena Vista and Uur-giBrings Many Of The K)brid's To Towr. l inly knowi unothi si. Thomas This farm U the best bargain Ilrnwnc. in Mercer or Garrard county, at the RATESi I.a.t Monday, the regular county price asked. For particulars, call on Single insertions lc n word Oliiiplj Heelpe for Harplness. or write, J. R. Abner. Uucr.a Vista, court day brought out n good crowd, In t.rtnlu of tho nml t it being known as "mule coU day" Ky. nf ' Mo ml taken for less thnn 20c which found many of the htr.cl4on I.nrl.i.id It Is n hfllef lh.it u bride ut Iti this column. So mis in this 'i the market. Not mnny rales were the uliar. tu Iniure a happy wedded FARM FOR SALE column charged, 'jj made however, for few buyer ..erc life, fh'nild nu no ncvotint ullnw nnynnol to speak tn her before has ' Pcien insertions for the on l and and in most cases the o men 100 Acres at $95.90 Per Acre . nddreseil him by name. being a little high, so the buye" price of live. ; This is Garrurd County san J stone I thought. I'honc orders must be paiil jj land, ready Sepi.30-Oc- :. &2, for tobacco and hemp; I Casy Question to Answrr. Quite n number of cattle, ms . t . promptly. has dwelling ami one barn, The eonv;rsall.in In the lllnr.- - hotel changed hands r.t o.. them sninll, ( .. 1 r.tn tisil turned on the war when one of 'H' .vim miles from pike. Ask about it a HjtK .. rtm l.f I, rS ' , .. l We quote a few of t.ie hale, the tuinjmny nokod. "Which l the most Malaat llrll Cm prices. .. I . vf. . . we have others too. I'rrrcl. .. t nM' which we gathered from the crowV warlike nAtlnnV 'Vneclnntt,.,i.' re- lb. lului.lr (CIS s1 ., I,. II I.e.. I,, -- . Irssi. Please leturn our wagon pump. ID. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. 111 . r i. c 1.1 Monday; . Reyston plied the doctor. "It's nenrl;. always tilJ (IJ... William lJLV '.es last - lC.C Garranl Milling Co. Lancaster, Ky. SI"r KJ bought of Squire J. P. Ilourne, tin In arms." itr.Mi.vv. ii :if.M ) f..ll. r1..UI.I .. . . .. . I- - V:3T I'ratiMkr rnlarllr FOR SALE Good Hoosier wheat highest priced mule colt of the 1'ay c . . 1 1:07 (l... Traltliis kd" m sils I.imm) drill, cheap. J. 13. Woods, Manse, Ky WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH. for 1120; C. R. Harnett bought onej I IS ... la... Trotltnf l,"l I.j 1lJ (la,T f.'Hnt (irriic s 1 l.ul Clau, I'arlni iAV, of S. J. Bourne for $72.50; Price and TAVlWr. TilF WftM. - Can-W- i h...,t. StaS I . 'list FOR SALE Mirror, 3 ft by 4 Wc pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per Pennington bought a vi:iiniiy. ortonru 3 1 . . . .,ra.-c.1- .' I.ecas HI team of mules, IHAIUU MIL HUnil .: 11. . Unci ....Iurr1- - . - Iliac hurnlt II. C.I. tiw-IW-- f Call 209 or this office for set (broken or not). We also pay acI.V-. . Incol of Center Uros for $430: Henry Isniij Clint . HIS , particulars. I.Ihio 51 lb..-HAN'S TOOLS,! till (!.., i,vUU tual value for diamonds, old Gold, n pair of horse mules of Frt.k sews cia, icias .. :,iw I . I. iicnvinu, mruiu Send nt Thompson Silver and Ilridge-worA. f.istf'ltar ... for $310; Sum Kinbrv f FOIt SALE: Twenty bushels of .... Wc hear n gcod deal about I rlus It's lc , hiciihiiw. cirrourit once by parcel post and receive cash Stanford, bought a nice one of J, W. .. I. r.clli . good feed rye. Tlc C. Green, t J.fioO l..-)ru- r lli gasoline, nnd hope that a time .s SlIW Iran.ilsanla. 2ttS rrelllt 1 by return mail. I.M'1 Tnolllaa frll.r. ll... Hill for $117.50; one of Loyd Ilourne not coming when the millionaire joy-- j StXS Dim, 'tnlllar Paint Lick. Ky., R. F. D. 2. l.ec' 1,1 T jity, i. I S I.SSM) MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY . .. . l,wl ttn ( law. 'rlllws llt for $C5 and one of Am Ilourne for riding with chorus-girl- s fi r and the . . . I."s Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St., FOR SALE: Six year old family tu i.- - rraiiine . ... ritunv. nrrnnkii . $50; Ed Perkins told a nice one to mrr plowing with a tirctor iil '.e I OCM The lllee .t... t:0 e..lt Philadelphia. P.. t tjr3 tne I mare, buggy and harness. I l.a TiSIr . 1M TIcrrtMCr-cd- J A. C. McGregory for $100; John mistaken for the sume individual. The lllaelae. III I II It I.ocrtl George Carpenter. Trcrfllaa Sill Oaks to same party one for $'J0; AMI li llJ:lll..U., In all budget proposals affecting tile) tlaM. racial..... UA, ATAUCTION. Arthur Young one for $1)0: anil Clark gasoline due attention should lo giv STRAYED from my place about 6 Prntlier one for $70. vctelo" ago, k large black face "buck. en to the purpose for which the fluid On Saturday, September 26th at N. W. Rogers sold a draft mare to is used. V.'r.U C. M. Dean, Camp Dick Rob-il.sc- two thirty the school house and lot Without delegating n s.cret . at Uuckeje will be sold at public Mark Iiogio for $225 and also sold service man to each fanner with InThis one to Robert Fox for $210. J. M. structions to wntth what l.e does FOR RKN'T: Farm of 130 ncrcs, auction to the highest bidder. is a very desirable piece of property Craig sold five jearlings to W. T. with each pint of it, there alinuM be The Old Order Changtth, All Wool. Jo. year ililf. See or write some way of making a distinction 'In and prospective buyers can see Mr. The old fatldonecl lover who used la Prmlilenre may temper the wind to Mrs. Grace Sutton, Doolin at $32.50 a head; John M. favor of the tractor. plunk n Ktiltar under Ids sweetheart's the shorn lamb, but there's no cometf Stanford. Ky. Route 4. Oscar Kay at Uuckcye or Miss Jennie Cress five cattle to '.. T. Rice for U In Livingstone County, Illinois,'? back for the fellow who allows him-el- f window now has a sou who plumes (o J Illggins, at Lancaster, concerning In be lles'Ceil while (its wits are his girl to meet blm at the drug store. WANTED TOEED about JO the terms. cents a pound, and some 700 crop bureau official lately saw n Putins Newa. goc 1 healthy hogs, weighing not less pound stuff to Robert Long for 10 farmer with four wagons hitched to wuolcatherlna. a tractor and a fifth wagon on behind tl.ua 100 pounds. Thone W. C. Rose, cents, ami ten calves at $26 each, with a team hauling oats to the eleDISSOLUTION NOTICE C amp Dick Robinson. , and to Jesse East 12 calves at $21. vator. The load was fiOO bushels, Just a Little Too Much. Notice is given that the corporaYoung. Kiddle wns a very learned LOST: Fox hound bitch, with tion known as the CENTRAL REC- each. and the procession was traveling nt oung mnn. nnd his friend, were a'll black and white spots. Tip of tail about five miles an hour which ORD, will be dissolved on Thursday, very dlsnpiHilnted. nut to iciirprlspcl, Collar with name "W. C. Ross" i if. leaves a simple problem for the stuOctober, 10th, 1018, by mutual con- HELEN KELLER TELLS when he refused lo mrrpt the decree pjone 38C-G- . P. F. Pruitt, dent of economics to work out, if he stock-liolderThe busiof doctor of illlnlty. sent of the One of Ida wants some figures on the time saved tiirklecl him on the siibjc-el- . 1 e FOR SALE power ness will be conducted in the future BLINDED SOLDIERS by the tractor. "Ah, well," replied the learned joung Fairbanks and Morse Gasoline engine. under the name of The Central Recmini. "H'k encuuh In I named Fiddle, Tax the tractor; but be consistent, good as new, will sell cheap, Apply Joril. J. E. Robinson will be the sole HOW THEY WILL FIND CONSOLATION. wllhoiit being ri.ldl,., n. I)." and tax also the machinist's chisel, owner anil proprietor. I If will as to V.'. F. Champ, at Rank. the barber's razor, and the miner's sume the payment of all debts and blind pic'. Helen Keller, the famous FOR SALE: A handsome set of demands against tlie corporation niut Cynical Obiervatlon. Famous Names Come High. i poet nnd author, in a letter enclosing walnut furniture, some antique furn A woman may In-A eolleellcin eoii-lsti. hnlng tho of the Auto- iture, and r. hand vaeum cleaner. All ' stmltnr manner us was conducted by $500 for the Permanent Wind Relief gmpli-- s of Lord Ns'Ixmi niel the "ord In mi urgiimeiit Inn even BURDETTE RAMSEY War Fund for Soldiers and Sullons of Inquire nt this ,), ,.,nnrnti.,.i tains wlui fnHk'tit under lilies In Hie l,ul after you'e granted her Unit you've in gaul condition. the Allies, C!)0 Fifth Avenue, New tie of Trafalgar was recently sold at got to be mljihty can-fu- t or she'll Mart office. Buys Champion Duroc Ho. J. E. Robinson, York, writes as follows to Mrs. Geo. ' nnnlher argument. Eirhiiiigi, auction for $.150. Frances C. Robinson, FOUND: l.i tho stcck pens last A. Kessler, Honorary Serralary of whose Rumsey, Mr. llurdette R. L. L'Ikin. cdnrsdny u steer left there by mis-- 1 the Fund: daughters ucn the first lr.ie on their take. Ow ner can get same by paying "Every word you say about the Duroc pigs here during thu bnvs und . Get your fresh oysters nt Ziramers. for this notice and calling at my farm blinded in battle girls pig showfllsa won the first prize brave soldier-boy- s on Lexington Pike. J. I. Hamilton. From a nation of wasters we have In battle goes straight to my heart a at the State Tulr on the barrow. and lend- to that of a friend who knows better The Farmers Home Journal luu the FOR SALE: House and about 3 became n nation of aers Liberty Loan than most ran what they have to face. following to say regarding a recent acres of land. Lies well, plenty! ers. Let the Fourth prove it. I keep picturing to myself their first purchase of Mr. Ramsey's and from of water. In good neighborhood. waking in the dark, und I thnnk God which we quote: lor further Information, see, Thing Mart Must Do. that tlierewlll be those near to com"J. O. Kerfoot, Eliiabcthtuwn, Ky, W. K. Leavcll, give them new hope reports the sal eof the boar, Orion 1 ,,,. direction, bodily, men- -' fort them and Lancaster Ky, It. R.l. ' through work. Work, useful work, Col. 8th 103001, n tally, nr Hplrlttially, In such n form a a iu norse power (lut K inn simply accept lier gift will help ('raw out the sting of their boar und a yearling gilt sired by tun blindness. There is perpetual con- Orion Cherry King 4th 71011 and out gasoline engine, also silo cutter, with niitninallrally. She puts all the power at his illkial hut solation in work. Happy is the man of u Highland King sow, bred to This machinery who finds a tusk to occupy his mind King the Col. 01817. ",t "a.o Ids lever. to llurdette never been used und will sell aCu und his hand! Rumsey, of Paint Lick, Ky. Mr. bargain, Sec Huselden Bros or J. I W. Sanders, nt Judson, Ky. "There is another consolation that Ramsey went clown to Mr. Kerfoot's the boys will discoer later. When place and said he wanted to buy a .Judge, to the rutslde worlJ with its blaze of hour to herd his herd, nnd that he PACE THE GREAT on beauty und myriad attractions no had just bought three fine gilts out I The;' first time In the history of longer (Ills our thoughts, we find of n Joe Orion 2d row, nnd us soon racing when four horses, each with that the inner world has its own joys as he caw Orion Col. he wanted to a record Letter than 2 minutes, And very precious know what would buy him, and they und nlluremeuts. have been entered In the same race they are. For one thing, there is were just n few moments in making William Miss Harris M. 1S8 the pleasure of thinking quietly ull tho trade. Orion Col, 8th U sired NaSingle G. 150 liSS by oneself. Mnst people have never by Orion Cherry IKng 4th and out of Lexington poleon Diiect 1S9 expiated their own --minds. They Cel. Reality 18th. Mr. Kerfoot rays frrrtgfraiiae. mn Wednesday, Oct. 2. have no dicu of the treasures hidden there isn't a better junior yearling on away in their natures. They have Lour anywhere than Orion t'ol. 8th FOR SAI.i; OR TRADE: -- About He it hte big kind nnd he sat a to always preferred to think ubout C00 acres of Knot County coal and A. M., things. It is ilke sitting on a watch out now for Mr. Ramsey,. for timber. land; right on L. & N. Kail-loa- d hotel veranda und looking at a moun. l c is in the hog business right.' Mr. and State road. Has four haui-I- I Kerfoot recently sold CoL Beauty tain Instead cf climbing it. and can be divided to suit purchas- -' ' "I often wish 1 could go to France lbth to Muxie R. Walters? of ir. For further particulars apply to Ky,, together with- - nine and work with those who are build-- f ,. Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, fall yeprling gilts, all Ire'L by Orion a? up the futuie on the ruins of the Route No. 1. Phono 337-1Cherry Kins and a King the Col. sow. piesent." k aiM k m hk k sot morn kxh itiuncx Classified Column 191S iiCHt!tx:i.1 llmf'J'l u. rl i lla. tla. Most Noted Trotters anit Facers of America In Great Speed Contests Each Day !, ric uieiity xHY unimr wohkY rOne PUBLIC Having o.r.: " SALE. Oct. been appointed, by the County act as a committee for Dillard Littrell, will BUY A1H Saturday, 5th, LIBERTY BONDS, at the homo of R.iymond Davis, two miles from Buckeye and Lancaster pike, at nine Buckeye, sell a good four year old Jack. o'clock, TERMS CASH. , DAVIS SUTTON, Com.