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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 3, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918100301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 3, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWKNTY NINTH YEAR iiH) ini LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 3. 1918. 77ie Vet; Liberty THE DR. N. HAYS NUMBER 27. Fnri ' 0 Loan Honor Flag HOME AT AUCTION KNcwhcre in this issue uill be found the advertisement o the former home of Dr. N. Mayes, consisting of n handsome frame dwelling with nit necessary outbuildings and about fifteen acres of land. This place has long been known ns one of (Jarrard's most beautiful homes. Mrs. MnysJ havinir loented in Uichmond with her daughter, Mrs. Wilson, has decided to rcll their old home on date as advertised JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF "Si I "A 3 1 lyggies end Harness Lap Robes and Whips M 70J 3 1 - - OuY.Li0CBnr 6oil!t All CONDITIONS AR SUCK THAT certain kUi of farming Implements are very hard to rfet. If you ar interested and need imythlnj in this liue, tflve us your order now. Together Now! Win On. For 'GAS SLACKERS" ' FARE LANCASTER Conn EH i Brothers. Uir3 Bl II DR. WEBER RETURNS. During the 'teues Ilr J W Weber, wl.i- ha ma crowd of mer treat-- i and l o.v punctured the tires in ihcr c narx.'loils rnor.li in out of the tVtt, re'urm to I linear-- ' car, smeared the upliote,y ;vitii i.'iil ran In- found nt the Simpson tomatoes, drew off the House every Wednesday mid Sntur-ilii- ) gasoline, filled the tank with water Kfiul li.i advertisement placard on the auto in nml plac-tin .HKUI reading: "Slackers, why don't yu TSurllBtRlfBoMoV, walk? The air will do you good". Ne. Yt ,. Vrrhl CuyIibirii Bonds - 11 i 1 - Mr. mil Mrs. K. Pmith, Waper prominent residents of u.is place motored lo ihurdi Sunday inoining. t - over-rip- e J 11 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Jj) V.x-- '. i,r i'c'.ii Mori;im, of the .1 War Ih. r '. - ioaimI true juitriolmm BULGARIA lies r.r. to yu to his farm lum'a. Buy a Buggy I You can drive it when you 111 THROWS UP THE SPONGE. please. .mil ha.inir 11 "r .111 ill', ! m- - lUt the wenis "Vict, rv ' nml "Sue !ne seven r il lie "i- - t't ' Vll, u rise I'tii Inn. much irood and he jeess" ami "Courage"are urduys the Ammritii business re h ' Mils to t'.o in t'.e futur,1 A ir.tlhtm wntehes have been cr art of cjltHHting thu Ilairo 'bnr iUui. in Switserland for the V;.iiks E01OS ' nt Zlmnicrs stead of vehule. ini.u 'lone nrf his auio, he walke.. ir e.r ht 11 ' Idcri-I or - .i ir.Bur ' .r uf us fnil to nmlWc that th fourth IJIwrt)' I.i'im Funie. E'JtUDtur t't I coins up. 'and will MMw ef t nly m th' ia sin the .tin., i' workers. II. tlu inn' ur 'I '''nt . time jim tmw probably you never dhl like sugar Ilv mi) how. jl It . ar.y god i"i? out of Naz-th- " certainly ssme Tin re i icing ih r. thirtf. t tnc ti e ' 'lire lie All f. r the .Sick Mnn of ta'.e h" medicine, and r" teeing that he i.oes it. i .1 ber in France but the i lliea managed ktep warm running after the inn 3IIS V ?.,. oM to Gcr- - Imn.lreil ami forl u rpo t'le minute nan u tin u i.n uf the ilantion-of-thi'-uar hour Now it U the nun The chaplain of hk rtttimrnt ami t'i ('haplin of the lilnu each lilU n oinfortitiK place in the life of n toiler hoy .Mjny of the nunirK in the rnnunlty li'ts may he foreign, hut the of them are certainly AmerirniK. Itev posiess-e- r Clarence Strophcr of mil lill the pulpit lit the I.ouk-i.lle- . i:p-ti- -t l c .rilially church, Kunilay invited. The public The Kaifer'n hair lia Kroun Kriiy 1'robnMy in ince the war ltKn. the mime proportion in which hi prospeetn have routi ilark. w Winnipeg will stole 2.0P0 tun of I" eool ? r war widows ami will sell t' We have loiic been told that 11 en, ihem at cunt. glnps and ftod are the threi nuntj- i.rcblems of the ur, and wlial atriiles British aviators hve tlestrojil the United Statu l making toward three time 0 mmiy airplane in jlviiiK thiu! We have 1.75O.OP0 they Nie lut. n.rn overseas, of whom a million and Suinelirc.!, the Heal IState Mnn. a quarter have 1 Rone since .Vr.rcl'. we have launched Since January of Lancaster, ICy.. will ell sii I'ublic 4S'J slop j if -- .iUJ,fi'J5 ton, i'i"l the Auction tt acre of luml at the ciiv ni;.-buIrrgest I'nile.i Ptais the . Hi'.1' l.imiU if Danville, on We n if r. .1 p t:i tL worl.l Watch nxt.ijue far .11 sent . J,Ut. ,00" t r.i ef food overThe fuel adininulratur irive ui seas It I yea. am ill. ?a'- w pr ilelailatl advice a lo hew e lire t'i kim' to send 17,000, CO J 101,Ru UBtSjY Bo.t nsT- - ;et our coal, but h mv!'it to i:ivc e nr.1 any Ir.finmUii.n 111 to how MISSIONARY SOCIETY. iro'ni: to pay for it. The Junior .Missionary Society of Cik'ht billion dollars is certainly an Hut don't worry, the M. E. Church South, met nt the I'liormoun iuiii. ill notify you how deep parsonage Saturday afternoon, Sept. Uncle Sam The occasion was the opening you will linve to ko Into your poel.et "JHtli. of the Mite Muxes. There were sevfor your share of it. eral nresent anil sixteen boxes were j opened, the contents being JIG. 00. The numerous war wcildinK A gold medal was gixen the one at least ilcmonstrated one tiling that honeer useful a sword may he whose box contained the most money. medal. the on-th-e fiel I cf battle, it is n R3t I'.uth Taylor received awkvuird implement to rut 11 rake Also two small silver medals were given the girl and boy, who told in with. the most interesting way how they uu will secured the money. Mrs. W. A. If you will investigate doubtless find in the vicinity of every Knrnau and Miss Klizaheth Scott were school a complicated sjfti'm of the judges nnd awarded the medals trenches, defended and nttneked by to IlesMc Moss nnd Charles heroic soldiers from ten to fourteen Miss Clara Frances l'almetcr years of ace. entertained the Society by reading "Angela's Missionary OHering". Mis. In November we shall piobably W. K. Moss nbly assisted Mrs. have two million soldiers in in the business of the meeting Your contribution to the Fourth Lib- and entertaining. After receiving a erty Ian will help provide them with treat of apples and playing guinea nil food, elothiiitf nml shelter. Sub- left with a stronger desire to make scribe to j our limit. a greater sacrifice for missions during the ncx( six month's, when they 'hope to meet again for another Mite llo Opening. - Buy itRiYjoios- - - ' lae hns hem coiuludeilj An armi-tit- e between the Allies ami iluigaria, on the Allies' own terms, llcfore the' the ocrupntior j Allies inn take of Bulgaria it is not unlikelv that I the Hulgari.in militarj party. Oer- nuiiiy and Austria will make dctel I mined eiTorts to keep Ilulgaria mi tnc Teuton al''ance. because the secession I of Ilulgaria wilHnean the collapse of flernian aims in Turkey and the near SUNNY SIDE HONOR ROLL' east, an I probably the elimination of Felda Grow. Laura Third Grade n Turkey from the war and the Vanderpool. of an eastern front vUth Duncan, Brute Fourth Grade Kdward MontgomIlumnnia taking a leading part. The llulgnnan's withdrawal will not only ery, Kugene Vanderpool. Ituthford .Montgomery. plaru Turkey in n precarious position Fifth Grade Blanche Montgem but would free the Serbian nnd I ery, Lucy Grow, Veln'a Thompson, southern bank of the Danube, from j Daisy Duncan, Lillian Duncan. where the Allies could advance into' MonWilbert Seventh Grade Austria-Hungary From the Allied! Speaks. standpoint, the occupation of Bul- tgomery Christine vT Buy Libcrty Boxes garia would probably mean more than the defection of I'.u'sia has meant. Tiie only pence with Bulgaria thai TO TIIE PEOPLE the Allies can alford to consider, acOF PAINT LICK. cording to the military expert of the New York Times, is an unconditionThe blue stars on our service Hag al surrender; ar.y o!i:r pence would are continually turning to gold nnd prove r.s advantageous to (lermany ore being placed upon the United 113 to, the Allies. An absolute sur- States P.oll.of Honor, that the dr"aiu render, however, says the expert, of victory and of home may both be would open the back door to Ger- realized by our dear boys; let all many and bring about a quick end to other things pale into insignifiiauca the world conflict. until Paint Lick's Fourth Llbiity - Buy LiITsty Boxp- i- Loan Ha;; waves triumphantly over the top. 11. II. I.edford, Vice- - Chn'rienn. COME TO THE RALLY oir USE LIE! - Ii - 0 js' SB. Lancaster, Kentucky Get your fresh oysters nt Zimmcrs. Oysters Zimmcrs, served any style at an- The rule of the Bolsheviki is archy, tempered by assassination. Rye Middlings, Cocoanut Oil Meal, Mined Feed. Hudson, Hughe, and Farnau. The words "Giants" and "Phillies" and "Cubs" nnd "Sox" are blotted from our vocabularies until the close of the war. For year 19IU. FOK KENT: farm containing about 125 acres Write or call, A. W. Kavanaugh, Lancaster. Ky. However quiet the routine of your life may be, it cannot fail to Ia varied and exciting as long ns the food rules are ditVermt coaservation every month. Those who have money and wont Loan Bonds subscribe for Liberty have been characterized by a prominent minister as traitors, nnd he did not miss the mark. Big Patriotic Mass Mctting Tomorrow - CbSy LiatRtY Bonos Night at the Court House. GARRIGUE. 111 Hery man, woman and rhiM Lancaster and vicinity is urge to come to the great patriotic rail., at the Court House tomorrow (Fri lay) evening at 7:30 o'clock, Octobir 1th. There will be eloquent speeches, community singing, mid all who come will feel hotter for this meeting which is in the interest of the Fourth Liberty Loan. No collection will ho will be taken nnd no nsked. The meeting is solely for the purpose of reaffirming our loyalty to our country nnd to our ring and at the same time we will hear reasons why we should exert every effort to go over the top in the campaign now under way. g The nuiknlliceut progress now made on till fronts in the gigantic war being waged for liberty and freedom against despotism and op-- ( prcssion call for the muted and effort!! of all and we do not want it said that (inrranl County H not ready and eager to do her part. Lets puck the Court House tomorrow Ladies are especially invited. m&ht. llemember our great President'.' remarks In opening the riimpalgn foi the Fourth Loan. "AGAIN the Government come; to the people of the country wltl. the that they lend tliejr money, mid lend it upon u more liberal scale than ever before, in order that the great war for the rights of America ami the liberties of the world may be prosecuted with ever Incieo lug vigor to 11 victorious conclusion " CBuYtlBlRJjJC;Npl- I I Oil. ii 9 iii J. W. WEBER OFF FOR CHARITY'S 1 1 (!) Rockczslle Fishing Club On Annual Outing Chiropodist Foot Doctor Guaranteed to remoye (!) I I V (!) 1 (!) Corns, Bunions, ingrowing Naiis Faiiing Arches and other troubles or the feet WITH OUT the use of the KNIFE. OFFICE AT THE SIMPSON HOUSE. I (!) V I V (!) I (!) 11 C) 1 Will be in Lancaster every I i Wednesday and Saturday. 1 i Itockcastle The (iiirrnrd County Fishing Club, composed this year of six members nrv taking their annual fishing trip to the waters of I'ock-cnstl- e ni)d Cumberland and lift here morning. They last Monday are 'now happily located under the hospitable loof of "Aunt Charity" e I'ointer'k near the mouth of riicr. As has been its custom for thu pa.t ten years members of this club have spent many delightful days here 1111J that some of its members were deprived of thu pleus ure thisyear, It is indeed sad to them, the writer being cno uf that number. Unfortunate too for tho that have. lone, that the three best lUhivmen of that buncn, Messrs Fred Frishie, Curl laiglelmrt im l the writer, sh'.jl.t be left behind, for unless thu,wutt!ier and water ure very propitious mi l 'the fish ure determined to hold 011 to ' their end of the line, we have a fi.ir that not many fish will be caught, They will be gone for ten days und the bunch is composed of, Guy Davidson, John Farra, Suufley Hughes, Jim lliuzley, J. IE. Moorman, and Webb Kelley, Here's to you boys! Muy you have good weather and good luck! Fresh Oysters nt Zintmer. telegrnm to the family of Mr. J. B. Conn, yesterday announced the William dftilli of his Garrigue, at Toronto, Canada, the immediate cause of his death being was n pneumonia. The message shock to the family, for none of them knew that he was suffering with this dreaded disease, but a letter this morning, announced the fact that ho was very low but that the physicians thought that the crisis had passed. The letter was written two days before the telegram was sent. No definite nrrangements is known Mrs. Rathhere as to the funeral. er ine Conn Tinsley left immediately for New York where the body will be brought. Mr. Garrigue married Miss L'stclle Conn about live years ago amp since their marriage have lived in New Orleans and New York City. He was a chemical engineer by profession nnd had accumulated quite 11 fortune in his line of business, which kept him quite busy, being connected with several firms in different parts of the country. Thej had just broken up housekeeping in New York City and weie preparing to move to New Orleans for the v inter It is stated that 5,000 miles of telephone wire were laid in the St. alihiel salient and along its borders by the Americans before their attack on the salient. When the battle opened trucks laden with wires started north, unreeling the wires through and (1,000 telephone instruments were used to connect these wires in the battle were also zone. The telephones suifdemcnted by several thousand carrier pigeons. When the American army wnnts information it gets it. LIST OF MEN WORKERS In The Three Lancaster Precincts. B. F. Hudson. V. A. Lear. J. I. Hamilton, G, B. Swinebroad, I.. I.. Walker, J. J. Walker, Jr.V. A. Farnau, W. F. Champ, It. L. Elkln, J. K, Itobinson, S. G. ll.wlilen, They Cur-reW. A. Doty, James Clark, Jr., David Koss, A. K. Walker, J. W. S, C. Denny, W. II. Burton. Steve Carrier, J. E, Dickerson, Jas. W. Smith, Dr. W. A. Wheeler, Jake Y. Itobinson, T. A. Elkin, A. F. Sanders, J. E. Hammons, J, II, Posey, J. W. Sweeney, W. E. Moss. 0 To Payers FOK SALKi Three good young Jersey cows, one gentle, sorrel, family niaro also buggy and harness. Two extra nice coming two year, old fillies, plenty of bone and site. One coming three ear old harness mare, One rubber tired thoroughly broken. cart. Frailer, also brake harness. W, S. F.mbry, Lancaster, Ky. LAST AND FINAL NOTICE. Please call at my office in the Court House and list your property. Do your duty and callat once. Very Recpectfully, A. T. SCOTT, Tax Commissioner Garrard County, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 3, 1918. The Enemy Is Watching By NEWTON D. BAKER, Secretary of War The supreme moments of our struggle with Germany have now come. We have carried our first armies across three thousand miles of ocean and joined the issue of battle with the military power of a nation that has been for forty years preparing its plans and its weapons for its present attempt to dominate the world. We have had to put forth an immense effort and spend a fabulous sum in order to make, in so short a time, an adequate beginning for our gigantic task. But it is only our beginning. We must follow it with greater energy and support it with increasing power. Men, munitions, ships and supplies must go to Europe in a larger and larger stream. We must redouble our blows and add constantly to the strength of those blows, if our initial effort is not to be wasted. This Means That Our Fourth Liberty Loan Must Be Larger Than Its Predecessors, More Enthusiastically Supported and More Quickly Than Ever Subscribed The enemy is watching anxiously for the first sign that we are "faltering. Our Government Loans should go "over the top" as eagerly as our soldiers do, in order to carry with them the terror of furious attack. Our dollars must rain upon the enemy as over whelmingly as our hail of bullets or our storm of shells. We are fighting for the liberty of the world, for the triumph of our ideals of democracy and over the last great advocate of force upholding injustice. We are buying with our Liberty Loans the security and joy of our people for generations to come. No price could be too high to pay for such a victory no cost too great for such a purchase. self-government Lend the Way Our Boys Fight-- To citizens National Bank, W. A. Speith, R. E. Your Very Utmost! Haselden Bros., J. R. Mount and Co., This Space Contributed to Winning the War by J. W. Sweeney, C. S. J. E. Stormes; Sanders, D. A.' J. F. Holtzclaw & & Son, James W. Smith, Central Record, Mrs Hallie Dunlap, National Bank, David Rankin, The Puritan, McRoberts, Garrard Bank Thomas, Trust Co., John M. Ross, G. M. Lyons, W. B. Ball, W. A. Dickerson, J. E. Dickerson, Theo. Currey. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 3, 1918. LET US A TWICE-TOLD TALE CARTERSVILLE. Mrs. C. S, Roop Is ill. Mr. J. D. Carter la Buffering from n broken bone in the right hand. Mr. Clarence Green purchased ti calf of Miss Corn Hoop, price $27.60. Cephus S., the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Conn has been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. John Calico are parents of n daughter, Ethel Man-- , born Sept. 18th, Mesdames Jeir Davis anil Susie Green were In Berea shopping, on Wednesday. Ilev. J. M. Itobinson will 'fill bis regular appointment here Saturday evening nnd Sunday , Mrs. Julin Weddle entertained a number of friends Sept. 27th In celebration of her birthilay anniverary. Mr. and Mrs. Felix I'ennlr.gion nnd two interesting rhildren, ipeiu the week-enwith Mr. unci Mrs S. C Hoop. One Of Interest To Oar Readers. LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY I Draw A Check Belter. Safer nnd Chenner llinn iirtv Arllflrlnl I.lrfht. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. DC Gooil news bears, repeating, and when it la confirmed after n long lapse of time, even if we hesitated to believe it nt first hearing, we feel tecum in accepting Its truth now. The following experience of n Lancaster woman la confirmed after four years. Mm, ('. T. Urummett, Crab says: "My Street., kidneys were out of order nnd I had fain through my back. At times, I in nervous too. Donn's Kidney I'illa mnde nie feel much better and stronger In every wny." (Statement given I'ebrunry 'i, 11)12.) LASTING BENEFIT. On November 17, 1010, Mrs Ilrum. mett said: "I have bad no return of kidney trouble since Drain's Kidney I know they Pill? cured me. nria good remedy and I often recommend them to others." I'ricf flOc, nt all dealers. Don't rlmply ask for a kidney remedy- - Ret I Dean's Kidney I'illa the same that Mrs Urummett bail. Fostcr-Milhui- n I Co.. Mfgrs., ilulfalu, N. Y. for (lie money ymi v e nnd note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business witii n man who has an account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a busiress like way. Better open such an account even it our affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company .1 MKYANTSVII.LK Mr and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy spent Sunday with relatives near Crab Mr. John Campbell left Monday fur Frankfort where he has accepted a position. .Mrs. J. W llrinnt and Mr- -. Fanny Ilryant visited Mis. I!. II. Montgomery nt Paint I.'cl; last week. Master Richard McGrath ef Va., has been here fur th,' f .v days visitinir friends, c OFFICIAL PREST-O-LIT- E Baiterv ervice Station All makes of Storage Batteries repaired, and charged. New Batteries to lit any make of cai now carried in stock. Send us your Magnetoes and Generators for repair. FOR SALE. Xew 101 S Dodge, Extra Tire and Bumper. $1)50.00 Tiro Starter,. $500.00 19U Buick 11)10 Overland extra Tire, starter $350. . $175.00. One Ton Trailer, New, e.-ctr- U'ni-mom- l, Jlia Elin Iccnl W. r. Ison president . of the I v.. attended the .State a C"nver.tun in Louisville, last week. Mrs Mary Rags 'ale of Missouri, is here for a visit to her broiheis, It. K II. V mil YV. II. Swojie. Genuine ICanawha sslt doe. not burden in the barrel. Car just in. Hudton, Hughes anj I'arnau. Ybc regular services were conducted at the ilaptirt Church here Saturday and Sunday by the pastor, Hev. Ilryant. Ile.tir I'ri.l Centers norov.ly escaped very ccriuus injur whci he fell from a chesnut tree i.t school here last Monday. Master Carlo Gabbard lit.s almost recovered from injuries reieivcd when he was thrown from n horse some tin days ago. Mr. .Moore, Misses Anna Mac Moore and Kluabeth Adams of Richmond, are guests of Mrs. Clarence Green and Miss Anna Mae Green. Mr. r.ml Mrs. John Land. Miss Iva Ivn liollin, and Mr. Hugh Noel, of Buckeye, wile hcie Saturday n.ght with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop, Misses Cora (' Hoop and l.ennn Hollon A pic supper was given at the Odd Fellows Hall here ?aturna evening, the roccus to lie used to buy fuel and to make some necessary lev prnvcmttiU fur. the M V. C'hurc'.. The proceeds were $17 P3. THE NATIONAL BANK OV LANCASTER. CajjHdl A. H SSOIOO. Surplus $30,000. J. DENNY. Iresdei,l J. E. NIOH.MK3. Vice Prea't. S. t,. DENNY. Cashier. R. Harris. k Keeper J. I.. (JlLL. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For J. M. Rant. BUSINESS. H. Posey. J. E. Elliott. Directors. G. II. Swinebroad, Alex R. Dennv. Stormcs. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. THE SON. . The Banviile Buick Go I.. COW. Proprietor. Walnut S!re:t. 3C DC Donvllle, Kenlucky. 11 Liberty Loan Mother Goose An answer to the song: "1 did Mrs. Kvcrctte Law son and attractive little daughter, Margaret Neal, not raise my bov to be a soldier", by of Ravetiwond, Mo., are visiting rel- Dr. James II. Hughes, for more than thirty years Superintending of Eduative, here cation In Torinto, whe.e own sui '.a tic . f the .Metknd:si churen The wa killed in battle und lies: sent st.iral dozui 'ars of ;irciiei "Somev here in France". and uii'ied f.uit tj the God i.nve my sun m trust to me; Home at L'Uistillc, this it.A Christ died for him, nnd he should be He is his own. Master liny Mallard and little Miss A man for Christ. Lorraine llulette, who were operate. I And God's nnd man's; not mine alone. on lart Tuesday at the Danville hos- He was not mine to "give". He gave pital for Adenoids, are both getting Himself that he might help to save All that a Christian should revere, alone nicely. men hold dear. AJI that enlightened Mrs. Ilcttic Duddcrar ami Mrs. Margaret Yantis of Indianapolis, also "To feed the guns!" O torpid soul! Mrs. Wm, Lear, of Lancaster, were Awake and see life as a whole. the guests for a few days last week When freedom, honor, justice, right, of Mrs. II. C. Itose. Were threatened by a despot's might. Miss Jane How lint; of K. C. V., With heart aflame nnd soul alight, Danville, spent the week-enwith He bravely went for God to fight her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. G. A. Against base savages, whose pride Rowling, She was accompanied by The laws of God and man defied; Who slew tbe mother nnd her child, Miss Lackey. her room-matWho maidens pure and sweet defiled, Miss Mayme Lee Ballard ami guest He did not go "to feed the guns". Mary Hunter, of Quitman, Ga., Miss He went to save from ruthless Huns Lexington Wednesday to see were in His home and country, and to be "Her Regiment" nt tbe Opera house A guardian of democracy. and also attended the "Trots". - Kentucky's Great Trots ; 2, 1918 4Sih Fall Meeting Sept. 30-Ce- L jll ruin.I Ii.l ( rU i s. ::ii lr..i:I.'ttl C ?:7 li sui tin,., inmIc. .. l.s. n iv. S3 . . ..I . . 3.00(1 'Ml? I 7iiiv, orronrji lrt!titrl.r nln.Ur 1 (J- . IS ( OS CIs... t I.., Tiullli.J I In ,., M IIDNF-SDAI'm-for-- Trntlln-- ; MOMUV. (HTlinnit 7 TioMiix . ...SII.'IOO The Hoard of I ommrrre t.tMKl till III- -, Trolllns 1 l'rrr-f'T-l- l. i.l"'" lrr. !ir. 1.0"i .:na l.eu. -- li IlTl-Tt- t.s,, I.-- ' Nvrrn!i..i I -- lal.ro Trollloc oils) .. Cl o.oo,) S.Oiin J.OOJ rrlu S IrVI 1,000 S 1.00.1 1,000 ZlVi OCTOnm s riKtrnls 2:IJ till n.... rcLm ::uu ci... 1h t:0S Slto (l, llnlrl, Trunin Trolling rclni.. 3. I.3H0 I.ihio 1.000 1,000 1'arlnt TTEiniY. orrmir.rt a The Cumberland. t:01 rarlnc lllnnrr MaLro t:O.V Ciaoo, Trolllns 3:13 Claoo, I'aclns farina tuturllr C.a, l.oon :.0n 1,00 t.000 1.000 tilt Class, FaclaaFRIDAY. OCTOBER 4 JlOS Psrlnf Tlie Blue Tbe Leiloilon HIS Class, Trolllns JHO llui. racial- - Tnii.)hinli, 2:00 Trolllns. ... flax, Trolllnr tlsu, Trolllns Ti!lnsD.lY, OCTODEIt WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 9 The .Uhlancl. till Trolllns OCTOBER 10 B.000 t:0S ITa... Trolllns Trotters 1.000 Tno- -j car-ol- d 1.000 TIIlTtSriAY, 1,000 tllO Trottlos ."" ir... $ l.ooo til 1.00 t.000 tllO CIsm. I'aclns l.o Trotters t.000 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 1.000 FRIDAY AND AND It RESERVED. 1,000 da. Trolllaa U... t 1.000 Most Noted Trotters and Pacers of America In Great Speed Contests Each Day r.NOS PrrdJ.al C1IAS.C lUaKIS, Vl H. U. 14MUSl;Y, So,m; k I "What if he does not come7"you say; Ah, well! My sky would he more gray, But through the clouds the sun shine And vital memories be mine. God's test of manhood is, I know. A Not "Will be come:"hut"Did he goJ' 321 GUTHRIERCaULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION Of LZARNINO STREET, North of PostofTicc LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Mr. W. II. Iloner who has been in My son well knew that he might die Trains vounfr men and women for Business or Civil Service months, And yet he went, with purpose high Nicholasville several for positions. All Who desire to qualify for either or both lines of where he had a position with Mr. J, To fight for peace, and overthrow employment should write for full information at once. II. Iloner, came over last week to The plans of Christ's relentless foe. spend a while with his sister, Mrs. C battle-field; C, Becker, as he was not feeling well He dreaded not the He went to make fierce vuudals 1,1. Ie pfjifiil, all lie f.i-- t. nnd not able to be at work. yield. Make thu loan jump over the last ! Mr. G. C. Hose, of F.ua Gallic. Fla. If be comes not again to me came Monday for a visit to his par I shall be sad; but not that he What Liberty Bonds Are entj), Mr. nnd Mrs. G, B. !!oe at Went like a man a hero true How Many Sailors Will You Outfit? What ar Liberty Honda? Libert; Camp Dick Itobinson. This is Mr. His part unselfishly to do, Hose's first visit home since leaving My heart will feel exultant pride Ilonda are promises of the United nearly two years ago to make his That for humanity he died. tailor with a slngl one Htatea Government to pay money at To supply home in Florida, His many friends ot each of tbe several articles of future dale with Interest; for example, delighted to see him. "Forgotten grave!" This selfish plea obliged to batx costs a ISO Third Liberty U"- bond la a are clothing he la promise to pay the bearer ISO on Sept. Quito a large crowd attended the Awakes no deep response in me, ,68.70. This brlnjn hit entire outfit to 15, 1928, with Interest In the meantime For, though Ids grave I may not see, not far from the pile of one $100 Lib- at I. e, 12.1 ear or $1.00 1 Patriotic meetin" here Thursday My boy will ne'er forgotten be. The singing by the school erty Itonct. on every March IS ami (September II night. " children was grently enjojed as were My real sou can never die ; until tho bond I paid. also the short talks by Hev. Conant, 'Ti but his body that may lie Having; nnd Hev. Pnlmetcr, and Mr. Swine-broa- d. In foreign land, and 1 shall keep The violin solo, by Miss Amy Remembrance fond, forever, deep to Dawes added greatly to the program. Within my heart of my true son Because of triumphs that he has won. I Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard had a few on It matters not, where anyone friends in very informally Friday May lie and sleep when work is done. It I afternoon, to meet Miss Mary Hun ter, of Georgia, During tbe after- It matters not where lie may live: noon a delicious lunch consisting of If my All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of (he dear son his life must give, chips, beaten salad, First und Second Issue with this bank, and who Jj I chicken pickles, potato anil grape Ice Hosannas I will sing for him, biscuit, olive E'en though 'my eyes with tears be Davis, want the same converted into bonds bearing was served, hvery one present had dim. a most enjoyable time. 1-4 4 per cent Interest will please notify us as And when the war is over, when on Itcv, G. S. Conant gave a no it His gallant comrades come again, soon as possible so that we may arrange for talk at Iluena Vista, Friday I'll cheer them as they're marching by A. M., Respectfully, the conversion. night at tho Patriotic meeting m the Rejoicing that they did not die, "Liberty Loan" which was greatly And when his vacant place 1 see W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. lie enjoyed by every one present. Rev. My heart will bound with Joy-tha- t Conant is u most forceful und inter- Wus mine so long my fair young J esting speaker. He was also the aon OF LANCASTER. KY. speaker at Mt, Hebron on And cheer for him whose work is , principal Tuesday evening, done. Mr. Henry liublc has sold his farm here to Mr. James Christopher of Buena Vista: This is the farm for merly owned by Mr. I!. M. Moss ami contains about 100 ncres for which Mr. Iluhle received 16H per acre, Commercial School A PUBLIC SALE. Oct. been appointed, by the County act as a committee for Dillard Littrell, will t WO TIC Judge, Saturday, 5th, two miles from Buckeye and Lancaster pike, at nine Buckeye, sell a good four year old Jack. o'clock, TERMS CASH. at the home of Raymond Citizens National Bank DAVIS SUTTON, Com. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 3 1918. HARD FIGHT i 3 l We have been fighting a hard fight against a rough market but have succeeded in bringing together a fine stock of all wool, dependable clothing, made by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and styles to be had for Men, Young Men and Hoys. other well known brands, in the most Our OVERCOAT stock never ws better, in fact we are more than proud of our Clothing stock under the present circumstances. We can give you absolutely all wool suits and Overcoats at the following prices: up-to-da- te 44 JSr'"J -- Mens Suits and Overcoats $17.50, $20., $22.50, $25., $27.50, $30. Boys Suits and Overcoats $5, $7.50, $10., $12.50, $13.50, STETSON HATS, WILSON BROS SHIRTS, COOPERS UNDERWEAR. We propose to keep the quality up ho matter what the circumstances may be. $15. Large Line Of Men's and Womens Fine Shoes. HOUSE OF QUALITY. JAS. W. CorrrlcM Hrt Ft luff Mr A Uirt Lancaster, Kentucky. hoes, seeks. .Miscellaneous Pillow cnca, sheets, blankets, mufflers. Woolen goods of any kind whatso.-cve- r arc acceptable; soft hats and enps for all ages, and sweaters of any kind nnd size. Men's shirts and pajamas, so worn or shrunken as no longer to be serviceable are particularly welcome, since the material can be utilized for makng children's garments. DO NOT. SEND. Garments of flimsy material or gaudy coloring, ball dresses, high heeled dippers, etc. Stiir hats either men's or women's straw, dress or derby. how- - a fair of bloodv German nub t 'n.'s and U) r it the I iber-ttar boots with the injunction "Keep Loan nre carried en nil the pnter These oir the t'nited States" There is a strong appeal in the picture, by LANCASTERMAN POSTEverett, of n mother with an infant tit her breast ami another child PONES HIS FUNERAL. clinging to her skirts, with one arm stretched out in agonising appeal: "I am C(! years old ami for nt ) TiiESENTRftL nnd let patriotic men RED CROSS CAMPAIGN FOR farm; men who are INCORPORATED. willing to forego profits for the CLOTHING FOR RELIEF S1.5U a yfar. (welfare of their country. We bsueu Weekly. IN BELGIUM. 'must plant every possible-- acre J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Franco Record ,run their j r'or Calls, per line t.. For Cards, per line in the interFor all publications est of individi'als or expression of individual views, per .,. line Obituaries, per line Only the Gorman sympathizer The ten million imprisoned people or the slacker will stop now to in occupied Belgium and France are consider the question of profits. facing shame, sutfering, disease and them death for lack of clothMember Kentucky I'reas Association Most every farm now has a some of ing this winter. and vacant chair at the table and The THEY MUST HE HELPED. Eighth District Publisher League, that chair should be a constant Red Cross has undertaken in deterRates For Political Announcements reminder that we MUST feed mined ami nationwide campaign to It obtain this, clothing in America. For Precinct and Cltv Jlfi:es ...S 6.00 the boys who are oversea. .can come only from us. In the face 10.00 .: for County Ounces ' i i i ui oruuu coercion mm spiritual tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 they remain splenddly courtmtrtd it the Post unirc In lancnter. deroixl Clan MallSlattcr Kj., ... R.L. EI.KIN. Local Editor and Mgr. .10 1" LEDFORD, Anything containing rubber, rain- Hubert Hayes Ledford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ledford, of Paint 10 Lick, has paid the supreme sacrifice, having died at the Great Lakes train. station of pneumonia, superin .05 inn duced by an attack of influenza. A telegram to the family yester day brought the sad news and the Lancaster. Ky.. October 3. 1918 body is expected some time during the day, although nothing definite ns we go to press has been learned. This splendid young man was just twenty-on- e years of age and regis tered in August and volunteered into the service of the Navy about two months ago. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ageous. This courage is a challenge to our charity. Let us match the courage of Belgium by the generosity of America. We want Garrard County Chapter to do her part. She must do her part. She WILL do her part. The date has been fixed Oct. 7 15. The accepts the following committee challenge and calls upon each person to do his part in the prescribed way which follows: Prof. P. II. Hopkins, Chairman, Mr. J. R. Abner, Rev. Conant, Mis Allie Dunn, and Mis Jennie Higgins, I All teachers in County are members of Committee. LanCOLLECTION CENTERS Vista, lluenn caster, Bryantsville, Paint Lick Schools. Each district school collect and deliver to nearest one of these points. In Lancaster and near if more convenient, deliver to Red Cross room over Citizens Bank. The Kind of Garments Needed. Every kind of garment, for all ages and both sexes, is urgently needed. warm In addition, piece goods-ligh- t, cotton flannel and other kinds of cloth from which to make garments for new born babies, ticking, sheet lug, nnd blankets, woolen goods of any kind ami shoes of every size arc asked for. Scrap leather is needed for repairing footwear. Since the clothes will be subjected to the hardest Kind of wear, only garments made of strong and durable materials should be sent. It is use. less to otfer to any nfllicted popula tion garments of flimsy material or gaudy coloring. Make the gifts I practical. Garments need not be in perfect A hundred condition. thousand destitute women in the occupied re gions are eager to earn a small live lihood by 'repairing gjft clothing and making new garments adapted to needs with which they are familiar. Men a NEEDED GARMENTS Wmr: ahirts, (preferably of light colored tlannels), undershirts, under- drapers, trousers, coats, work-uit(overalls), suits, CI piece) shoes. sweater-vests- , overcoats, jerseys, socks (sizes 10 '.' and ll.) Womens Wear Skirts, drawers, , corset-slipspetticoats, blouses, shirts, overcoats, suits (!i piece) pinafores, shoes, cloth hats, knitted caps, stock, ings (sizes 7 and 8.) Hoys Wear Shirts, union suits, suits, undershirts, trousers, coats, shoes, overcoats, Jerseys, socks (sizes 1 to U). Girls Wear - dresses, drawers, pet ticoats, skirts, stockings, sizes suits (2 piece), overcoats, undergar ments, blouses, nightdresses, shoes. Boy's and Girl' Wear: Hooded cups, pinafores, woolen union suits. swad Infants Wear Swan-ski- n dling clothes, bonnets, baby dresses cradle chemises, bibs, hooded cloaks, bodies, nlckerchiels, jackets, cradle dresses, diapers, shawls, sweaters, coats, rubber boots, etc. Note: Rubber heels can easily be removed from shoes. Books, toys, soap toilet articles. Notes or communications of any sort or description must positively not be sent. II. S. HUDSON, Chairman. Garrard County Chapter A. R. C. ART WORK IN THE LIB- ERTY LOAN POSTERS. ular periodicals states, "He Mamie, Zula, Oice and Mattic. The hopes there is enough laziness I sympathy of the community goes out and selfishness and cowardice to the family in the loss of the son in the people of these countries and brother, who had made the sufight for preme sacrifice in the ,to jive the trame into his hands. world's democracy. He thinks they will get tired of fighting. He thinks they cannot stand the self denial it will Mr. Cecil Hentty, who live near take to win. Marcellus has the sympathy of th" He relies on the chaps who community, in the loss of his mother, resent having their profits and Mrs. J. P. lleatty, who died at her pleasures interfered with, their home in Richmond Ut Friday afterdiet regulated; on the big cap- noon, after an illness of several years Mm. of stomach trouble. italist who forestalls as much lleatty was till years old nnd up until as the law allows him; on the a few years ago led a very active life, man who will not buy a Liberty being a member of the Christian liond when he enn get 8 per church and always took an active part cent on a mortgage, and the in its work. She was the mother of one whom labor leader nnd wage earner fite children months ofago, She a is son, died a few surwho will strike even against vived by her husband anil four chilthe Government. To this we dren, three sons and one daughter. may add, "He also relies on the They nrcj Horace lleatty, of Richfarmers who will not plant mond, Harry lleatty, of Camp Lewis, Washington, Cecil Bcattjl of wheat because some other less county, and Mrs. Vernon Gibson, this of essential crop is more profita- Cumberland Gap, Tenn. She also leaves three brothers and ble." There are undoubtedly n few farmers who, because they three sisters. think they have not been treat- at Funeral services in were conducted the late home Iilchmond last ed fairly in the matter of price, j Sunday afternoon, her pastor, Rev, have worked themselves up to .Homer Carpenter, conducting the such a statu of self pity, and services, burial following In the feel themselves so abused, that Richmond cemetery. they are ready to quit. The Cranio Dairy feed will malt your thing to do with such men is to cow giv mora milk. Hudson, Mughal and Farnau. send them to the front in CALICO. For United Slates Senator. Anuther Garrard county boy has A. O. STANLEY, fallen a victim' to pneumonia while of Henderson, Kentucky. in the service of his country. George H. Calico, son of Mr. and Mrs. AmFor Congrats brose Calico, formerly of tint eojn-tHARVEY HELM, but now living in Madison. of Stanford, Kentucky: telegram to the family announced the tad news of his death at Pugid The Kaisjer can have no hope Sound, Washington, the message of training the mastery of the reaching them last Tuesday night. seas, so that even if his armies His body will be brought to Richmond will reach there the overrun France and Italy, how for burial anil last of the week. Engdoes he expect to conquer Young Calico was just twenty-onyears old and enlisted as a volunteer land and the United States? This i3 easily answered. He in the Navy about four months ago expects them to quit. As a re- at Lexington, Ky. He is survived by For-- I his parents and two cent editorial in one of our pop- rest and Elbert and brother. four sitters, e I y The local publicity committee has put up the new Liberty Lqan posters and they make an interesting stu'lj. One would do well to look at eirh one long enough to appreciate the artiits conception and interpreta- jtion of the Hun, All of the designs were donated by distinguished American nrtists. The brutnlity and atrocity with which the Germans wage war are vividly portrayed in most of the posters, and the duty and vital importance of protecting our country and our women and children from such an enemy, and of rescuing the world nnd humanity from its curse are emphasized with all the appeal of art. One .f the posters, by Strothmann, menacing face of n German soldier with a bloody bayutiet: the ruins of a cathedral and the smoke of a wanton conflagration appear in A poster, bj the picture. Norton, is the the legend is "Must Children Die and two esini have been suffering s. Mothers Plead in Vain". badly from stomach ami liver trouble The Statue of Liberty crumbling bloating and colic nttacks that I did under German shell fire anil New not expect to lie more than a few York City in llnme i pictured, by months and was arranging my aifatis Fennel!, with the legend. "That Lib- and even my funeral. Three ikrses erty Shall Not Perish From the of Mayr's Wonderful Itemed)- hate Earth." "Hun or Home?" is the entirely cured me." It I n simple, captain of a picture, by Raleiuh. iharmlcmt preparation that remote representing n German soldier the catarrhal mucus from the intesa home while a little girl with tinal tract nnd allnya the intlamma-tiua hnhy in her arms gaze in mortal which causes prncticatly all fear and apprehension. stomach, liver and intestinal ail The bloody imprint of a hand, mrnts. including appendicitis One "The Hun His Mark," makes n dose will convince or money refund striking poster, by St. John, with the ed. K. U. McROllEKTS. Druni.t. exhortation. "Blot It Out With LibBur Bosoj - - erty Bonds". "Remember Belgium" appears in a poster by Young above LINES BY A SOLDIER POET. a silhouette of a German soldier The bard of earlier time who wrote dragging awny a terrified Belgian girl; the background is vivid Are and "Woodman, Spare That Tree" would have envied these twelve lines of ruin loyce Kilmer, lamented American A new note is struck in the poster. soldier and true post of '1318: by Williams. "For Victory" Ihej "I think that I shall nctcr see, ngure oi t iciory wearing a sword in A oem lovely as n tree. one hand and the American shield A tree whoae hungry mouth i preat in the other leading our troops; the Against the earth's swrct-flowint- r American cigle and Hag appear in breast: the picture. "Come On" u the ran. A trie that looks at (.oil nil day lion of a picture, by Vhitehcad, of a1 And lifts her leafy arms In pray; determined American soldier w ith A tree that may in summer wear prepared bayonet standing nter a I A neat of robin in her hair; body of a dead German Victory I'pon whose bosom snow has lain; figures again in the beautiful female Who intimately live with rain figure standing out against the Amer Poems are made b fools like me. (lag and pointing out to sea: But only lean God can make a tree ' she towers above a gun crew in ae-- ' upon an American tion battleship' when a gun is being actually scried This picture, which is by Howard PcuStrrr Tonlp Chandler Christy, is declared by ex pelts to be technically accurate ctcn Vm rail niiki. is ralliitsor ii.ol.-- ii to the marking of the shell which .Uirt.iuii.nuii . .Mi mi shows it to be an actual service shell i. ,n m of ills r:ii l.K,. IAIIIJ for sinking submarines and not i. llml. r I'. I, chol. rs. an I turgvt shell. , At ilruir 'ihrriUn The eleventh design is an enlar els' s or I'r ma It . .tUa.l. Iullrr Is.ilitne. ged picture of the Fourth Libert IUIIUIIJlflCl,lu.l(Ul,l. Loan Button. Exhortations it buy Ilasclden Brothers. leit S '1 12 Gals. rat f lnle Jlli v 0 STOCK! Three miles west of Buena Vista, Gamml County, Kentucky, on Wednesday, October 16th, 1918 Betfinninf? promptly at 10 o'clock A.M., I will sell at Public Auction, all of the following live stock. 1 Pair of 4 year old horse mules. 1 f hnnfls hiirii 1 pair of 8 year old horse mules 15 hands high. i pair ot-;- i 8 year oia norse mules 14 l- - hands high. 1 nair of vear old mare mules In h:inds liueli 2o head of extra orood hiirh an Vt u trrnrio vonrlinn- Jvwwt. fcjj iwi 1VV7(110 CiitVl 'O weight GOO pounds; 10 head - of extra good yearling heifers; 7 good Red . -.. . i .11 'll- t .i miiK cows, an snori norns; o extra good lat cows; 12 head of good high short-hor- n weanling Bull calves, this is 12 of the best grade old calves in Garrard County; 6 lighter weight yearling' steers. ' i nis win Lie an aosoiute sale at Public Auction. ' Dinner for every one. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. 1- -2 - - A V 7 1 1 A . A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer, JOHN S. ISON, Buena Vista, Ky. c T"ho Contr.nl Record, ThursclayrOct 3. 1918. Ci m W M Charming New Coats for the woman of taste in Dress is the 1L cHYoj: ' yy !".!.) Ard delightfu' ' variety of effects to be seen in the BISCHOF COATS. J. J: & K. SHOES Make Your Feet Happy. The One Price Store. lie Joseph The House of Qunlitj'. i t spnt Kunilay with his wife mid Mrs. liobert Ilurnside and dauch ters, wer: . sitors in DancMI.. S-- t. Mm. laiwrrnci l'oll.inl Mr A ltfll MlMion ol thl Comlno urdnv. Mr. Kohert Klkin, of ClarUhua. pent Sumliiy with Mr. and Mrs. Wl Alt InWtrslid In. bum.;, lyThi West Vn is here for n viit to friends Wade Lee. Mr nnd Mrs Will Simpson and Mrs nnd relatives. Karl Iijiovr were visitors it Dannllel Mrs. C (i. Todd spent the-vveMomh Mrs. Joe Francis nrndi' buir..a 11. with Mrs. Jofcn liith on Crab Or Miss Stella .Sanders who Ims Ixcn trip to lti(tton, Mon.lH. . .mrd in Louisville attendini; Iluiness Col-len- t, pike. .Mrs. Samuel Cotton, Mrs. J. A. has returned home. Anion and Mrs. W. A. Trice motored Ms Dove llarr.s of Danville vn. .Mm J. C. Kobinton ami Mrs. Hob to Danville, Monday. n visitor m laincastcr, StttuiM Miss Annie Margaret Klkin let Henry were visiter in Lexington, Tuesday for Washington. II. the m week. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Chump and C. .Mr. I). M. laickcy i in Richmond where she has accepted a osition. daUKlitcrs and Mr It. F Walter wer Uie guwt of Mm J- - M. Capcrlon Mim Mr. Will Itiee Amen nml visitors in Danville, Wod.dny. Mrs. IJ. 1. Simisoii and Mrs. K. I'. Mr. Lulu Johnson ami, Mr. A. B. rlorcnco Johnson wri at home from Ilrown spent Monday in Lexincton Mrs. Its-liIIenderoil of Lowell, Klkin nr vMti.ig relatives in liwh-num- Lexington for thi week ml. with Mr. nml Mrs. Henry Simpson. was the guest of Mrs. J. It. Maint Mh Montgomery Norma Hern for several days the past weK Mrs. James A. lit ail. in Danville with it'id Mi". .Mr. U. II. Tomlinson has n turned spoilt thi week-en- d m u, .ii: . .lui lllllli ii dui i'ii .. Sam Hasehlen and Mrs. Hois linstin l ..i r.llltllL knur from n buine trip tn Nuitli hir sister, Mrs. Kugcne Clark. llllv WcdnesJand Itowman Crant. of Trnnsylv.ini,, were visitors ... J.eviKto tkukets. Mr. Harry Rnney of Stnte Univer- dny. spent the week-en- d with home folks. with his parMm. John Pitcher of UHitovillc, sity, spirit the wcek-em- l Mr. and Mrs. K. F. l'otlc of (In., Miss Annie Doty returned to her Held, ents, Mr. ami Mrs. Taylor Rnney. thi' gm-s- t ii f Mis Julin vms and Mrs. Jake Kohinson of Danville, home in South Carolina, ufter a pleas- Soiulny. .Mr. nml Mrs. U. JI. Tren.lny of spent Saturday with Mrs. J. II. Kin-'avisit to Misses Jane and Mary I'aint I. irk were irul of Mr. nn-- l nlrd. The W'nmnnt Chili Imvr their first IDoty. Mrs. James (i. Conn last Tursilay. meeting Thursday Oct. :trd, at three Mrs. Jennie West who has been Mrs. J. II. Kinnainl, and daughter, ir'clock. (.ill visiting in Middleshoro, for Mlwe Helen nml Martha several; Miss Angie, ami Misses Lillian and FROM STATE FUEL ami nml Mr. Frank Markshury, nintnreil weeks is the guest of .Mrs. IV. T. Kate Kinnainl were Mr. nml Mr. Tom Italian! visitors in Dan-Wis- t, in to Louisville and spent a few days children spent the week-enOF ADMINISTRATOR." .villi, the n:ikt week-- . with relatives. the past week. .viis-- es .Mollic Humes, Lucy, Mary In answer to my letter asking otr.Mrs. S. S. Yantis, Mrs. Ilc"ie gai:kai:d cir.curr cocrt. Mm. A, II. Klkm'of I.ouivilk', ha Mrs. Victor I. cur n.u hosted at n nnd hllen Turner spent last Saturday Duddernr ami Mrs. I'lnintitTs, far awa; John Ikazle.v . William Lear mission for those who visltNg hrr sister. Sin. I.uln lUnner Tuesilny for Musdnmes V. M night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. VS. , with Mrs. It. C 'rom church and have no other con-(spent the week-enMiit t le Jam Ucazlty, et al, DefU. Juhnson, she was entertained at a Klliott, J. II. Kinnainl. Jennie West John lll.ick. veyancc. the State Fuel Administraat Ilryantsville. Pursuant to a judgment rendered 'nml Horn Cochran. (. niin: hy Mrs. J. H. Mount. tor lias the fullowine: to sav: "Yen it the August Term, lull', the under-Miss diamine P.uiker of I'nint . ...:n i.. i Jirs. name nun an was n l.eximr-- ' . iii.ti win sell ,wi nuiii.-- .i .i..ineii; Kiirneo i oiuiiiusioiier Lhudu.st. n avI pui-l.ic-i k spent ecvcral day last week ton. Monday, to see her daughter. "... i be miction ... the i..,..i.i.. mi, jas. ... t on i. Miss Mary Owsley, who Is attending from lhurch .,,, In dor on the premises near I iattsu.i .er n cr. vtiK.r nu.thl)l, of ..111.. . ,. .1... I. ..1. ........ I ...I Traiisylvimia University. transportation is available, they may o v, M., or thereabouts, on Lieut arl Acton, has landed hack Mr. Vi ( ,i0k, who hat tuo;, III use their cars for church purposes SATURDAY, OCTOBKI! It". 11118, how- from France and is teirorially loc.i- - Chiciitte f. r some lime spent men,ioneil few only. Hut patriotic persons, the rPa, t,ftatl, in ihe ever, will endeavor to arrange for pleadings and described as follows: ted nt Camp Dix, N. J., waitin per- - days w .1. his parent this w.--. n Itctwcen the Richmond nnd I.an- The gasoline other conveyances. manent orders. enlisted in the Marire nml i j ms ' u caster Turnpike and the Richmond shnrUir.. fur ovi.r.sen sl.inmrnt he s Mises Margaret Cook. Katherine r,;a,1' tur "vrvlcc whenever alarming and the strictest nonserva branch ofusthe K. C. Railroad, and follows: bounded llnckiier. and Kaiiiin. rmnwr nf U .called. tion must he practiced by all patriotic Ueginning at a point Northeast of (C W . Dalmlln, spent the week eld Mi Marie Ibilkr.l ulin lias Innelil metal on the Richmond and Li'iioos will, M Ma.y Mae Walker. in the Stanford (irde,l ami Huh Turnpike Road, corner to John and Veterinnries are 1'IIONKS oilic '. ti7. ' llesldnce Hurt, John f"r the ,K,,t tn'" ''""' h:', i I'frmitte.l to u,e their cars OXl.l in thence end in line to of sai l Mint; Rev and Mrs. lleniy Faulkner with the middle lien.'. ' 'V,.. performance cf professional duties. i.nJ with s.uu Hurt S It) I 1 Y. t children have returned to their home', ., ...... u .v i , i mi .Mi.iKu-..i- . emergency ciises of sicknms, etc poles S ' 1 K 1U poles S 5.1 A 22 polos III Hillsboro, Ohio, after a few lays LimciKstcr, 1(0. to take up he D. nufl II. traiiiu;. where it is essential to use a car, you to tn point on theNorti.cast si.l of visit with Mrs. Hose Mason. i ..:i. 5,r':; "v a: s!"","- - -- nd'"w,p ':urm'1 frum ..,.... , , u.-..... . .j ...... launhter. .Marjone Wale, returned -- rs u purpose are ure.i on . ,,m V. thl, K,n(.e K "oclm were guests of Mrs. Mm- - i., ilnl. win, .. vrf.,ii. v.. T.. ' Sunday they should have posted on unit rtill with hnnnv nmn me iuiy. r..iiur.ia) nigiu ami lum after spending several weeks them tn a conspicuous place a card- - new line lately made m s 4- -none in ' lo' to laroiina niter n picas- - uit, ,u,r 1)art.nt8i Mr, Hllll jr,, ). .;, board with big letters which shall '"" ' read something Ul.e tills: Mrllolvrt". Miss ;Terfon. ffi Joan Mount motoied to ing rrofeM.ional Dutieh . m, 4.T W. 87 poles to a llichmoml, Tuesday, for the Con- Meilame Sam Haseldcii. Rosa mission from Fuel Administrator" or point sanie'N 20 links from the middle line Slie took with her. Mrs. J. Rastin, Henley Hastin. S. A. WaUer. vention. Jolti Hurt line N IP 'J B 28 It, Mount, Mrs. Kmma Iligginhoth.ini, i.l. Ii. Mount, Kmmn Higiriiibotham. J "Church Iurpoiii Only". It is hoped I'olt-- s to the beginning, contain. nobody will take advantage of these Mrs. App I'rire ami .Mis. Anion. 1.1 acres, A. Anion. W. A. Price. Misses Jennie privileges nnd use their curs for any ing Ti, Ur.,s.. ,,f snl.l s.,1., u for n ('ox. J,,an MounT, Mrs. H. I'. Roliin- j other purpose or use them at all if division of the proceeds unions the Deniiy ( roushorn. one of .Uncle ., ,, ,. . , ' heirs and joint owners thereof. '" ,,' "V, Sam's boys, surprised his mother last . t'''!' can possibly avoid it. i !, ti ,M,1- TKK.MK. The Fuel Administrator has de week by coming home on a furlough. " '" ?xb?, The rale will he made on n credit ' """""" "' ,u"1''1 l'roughout the town and ", lie is in the Xavy. and like- - line, and Residence I'limie 'M. Ollicu Ptii.im 18. "ttviidcd tlw humlii" lounty ""' report the names or license of six and twelve months and the , 1J,"ur"u, has made nine tri to purchaser eho0 SU,,e at Richmond numbvn of ,hose ,, .tireirar.t this bond, jvithwill be required to execute approved security for the Mr. (.eorge Dewey Croushorn, who ruesday. purchase price, due six and re.iuit. There is no penalty at- - months, respectively; inbearing twelvehas been in the Navy for IS months. interwt M j R l!(,bnon entertained Inched to the violation of this re- - at six per cent per annum from date came nome nisi Saturday mm spent m,t riurh,.,y at'n dinner In honor of ,'iuiwt. hut to do so may work a for until the force two days wl!h his mother. Mrs. S. V. ,,,, Mount )f AtlanU. Cov- - feiture of their license. You under- - of a paid, having for which and elleet judgment M. execution era were laid for: Mrs. Tom Slaln, stand that it Is not I but tho United In puyahle to W. 11. Ilruwn, "" body he knew wus delighted to see,Mril. Victor Lear. Mrs. Jiimw ftuni- -' State. Covernment that makes tin. .a8U'.r CommUiontT of the Garrard , I nm only the instrumen- side. Mrs Ii. ... Klkin. .r. John M. re,uest Mr. tultty through which it becomes ef- - nil the purchaso money is paid. j ''Kun WfoJ-aMrs. L T.. Wilson and little grand- - 1'!'rrH' Mr"W, II. UltOW.V M. C. (5. C. C. I'UI"ha". of Damille. Mis Joan foctne. Any man who complains 'daughter. Maurine Gott, of Itirhmoml Tomllnson, Atfy for I'llf. Ami.- - Delia ll'iriisid, about makiuic this wicrilice should are visiting at the home of Mr. and M0"". J. K. muc u moment and think of the 'Mrs. Leonard Miller, but I eal'ly came ,lr- Joll, 'Lmnt and i isoiiticr uiio, in the trenches, lights on to see the new grand-child- , which is l.otiiiison. UTV3INO X V JW nnd murmurs not. See or Phone her nunicsuke, having been named On nccou.it of tho "Late Move- AMATIIDD Anna Wagers, for the two fit' IMITV UI UU1I ment" no coal is being renuisitloned HllUlllbn To Vaccinate against Duciaca. J'resident Wilson has written tho to Kentucky now, hut after Wo, en Simple. Snfo. Effective. Mr. J. It. Soper of Richmond, was United Mates ( ommusloncr of her 1, we nro promised a good sup-- , Ho dots to Mt Miut. No liquid to ip!U. h ltrta to rot the guest of Mr. J, F. IlulUclaw und urging that there bo no ply. During October no man will bt Uefore having jour A Illlls rill to 1 VUil. InJrUnl uisler tilt tkia. Mrs. W. II. Hull, the past week. Mr. slackening of educatlonnl activities permitted to obtain more than SO lap rot. rata noosiatTt. and Mr. Soper, who are former resi- during the war. bushels of coal at one time. Con- - Plumbing, Hentlllrf, ROOf-trac- ls t ut Gals It dent, of this place, who moved to We must adjust, ourselves- - to new mad with coal dealer hy in . Richmond a fow year ago, will leave conditions, says the I'resldcnt "to the dividual for yearly reauiiVn.cit 8 Painting and Guttering this week to reside in Denver Colo. end Hint no hoy or girl shall have less can not be fulliHed during this mouth. Hnnf Phnn Net The bet wishes for their success fol- opportunity for education because of low them to their far western home. the war nnd that the nation may be Fuel Administrator Garrard Co., MY PRICES ARE RIGHT hint Week Gossip About People Mm. T K Wai-o- n Mls Dorothy Duulap spent thi' rued lucsday lor aeck end in M.inl.ir.l Willi iricmis Mr V of u KI' i Ky . ar- .1 vxit to Mra J T It U ( Kinnriird attended the convention in Louisville M. Karra. Mr. Iterndon Dudley of Sti Ui i., Mrs. I) iulley m quite ui at n;r home on Danville street. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. ItoUlnSOl, HIT'.' visitors in Louisville tli: week strengthened ns it .an only le thru the njjht education of all its people." The president, as is his wont, has spoken iell. The American people are, indeed, forced to meet ne.v conditions every day hy reason of war. hut, inofar as is pouible, we must not let our educational institutions "Ulfcr. " deprecate the practice of liunilier of teachers throughout the state who are resipninic their post lions to enter other nvenues of ei. Jiloymont. It is true that the hit' r are much more alluring from a linan- t'i"1 ndpoint. hut there is n solemn 1l'8tln restint: upon our qualified to educate. ''n-'"""K mt'n the children of this country. .Many youtiir men have felt the call of duty, and left portions paint; line salaries to enter the army lit a private's pay. 1ur teaclK'rs, therefore, should lie Get your fiesh oysters at Zimmers. V,",n,J to P" ,")n"lue ilt Victory Ballard's Obelisk Flour. a seiift patriotic duty, and resist the call to the walks of trade, which. Flour, Kiln Dried Corn Meal, Corn while temporarily attractive, are not Flour. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. unsubstantial, and do not meet the - - BurTiBERtY Bonos - patriotic demands of. the hour. - - BuYliatRiT BoioT - - Ky.. irj chililnn. here. BUY 4DL BONDS LIBERTY COMMISSIONER'S SALE LAND. le i,e ,i (V. S. HATFIEbD, j 1 .,.. Dentist. " P ,r,fl,"! 'r T ub ,i.r rr .r rim urZi x ..... iz w..o. mttci Director and " "0' Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. 1." Frc,. Lancaster, i ' SXwSuKtil ESS ir BLACKLEGOEDS Ilim iliU P. 3. Williams ICl McRobertsDrug Store The Central Riorl, Thursday, Oct 3, 1918. had plenty of solid nlcohol which we a fellow by the name of Bcnge, An- the trip nnd nm going to write you a sen off Ireland nre very disagreeable,' 1 drew Ilcngc from Ilrynntsvllle nnd long letter ns soon as I get settled tho on shore they nre not so bad. mod to nn advantage, cooking. Well, close In order to get nm even writing on this German he remembered me. The world Is nnd describe everything to you, Jurt this In the mail today; besides I have It. COLUMN is paper to you taken from n pack on small after all, Isn't It? He was ns I I sawsure S nm tired tonight, hnv been nothing else to write except that I nm the battle field, have lots of It too, brought In from the battle field from is nl.u n snipers rifle, bayonet that 1 being gassed but was not gassed on the go every since we nrrlve 1 last (juite well nnd have nluays been Have lots of work to do for cept when It is rough nt sen. Hoping As night. carried all through the battle, ns I enough to nmount to anything. nil nre the mine nnd with love, I nm. lort my revolver In the first fight my soon ns gas ran be detected the men the. next few days. ' Your devoted sen, The lied Cross workers nre we n platoon hail. There were nny num- nre rushed to the hospital ImmediateBRGWER LAYTON I.ucie i. ' ber of helmets but too heavy to carry ly, They arc taking no chances nt derful, they meet every Iroup train with candy, chicken, Ihiiii and other Writes 01 The Red Cross And Y.H. C.A. nuny in rear, have some other small nil. They nre put to bed and watchThe following letter tins been re The men tell me sandwiches, hot coffee and cigarettes. souvenirs. Oh, one I forgot, I pick- ed for symptoms. Tlic great work being done by tlio ed up two vnses made from French that the percentage that is killed is I will explain Inter. reled from another Garrard count v Cross nnil the Y. M. C. A. nt 7.1 M-There aro nbotit fifty thousand hoy, Private Hardin' Davis, wr.tu. shells, alt carved and beauti- very small on our side nnd over !Ii h. me nn.l nbrend for cur soldiers Is ful. They were lying on the battle per cent of the wounded git well. soldiers here nnd the nlrplsnrs nre to his parents, Mr. and Mr liilv. testified to by tho letter printed be- field wo bn.l chased the Hun from Quite n few of our men got wounded thicker than blackbirds nt homo. Davis, on lioute n. nnd will be rial I with interest by hif many fricn,:s in low from Mr. Urcwer Iaiyton, son of ourselves, suppose he got tired trying in this last drive but not a great mun They nre in the nir day nnd night. Mr. O. T. Iaiytnn, of this county, who to carry them to Germany but I nm killed. Some of them ran so fnt counted 10.4 mnchines this afternoon the county Expedi"Somewhere in Franco" Sept 1 is now with the American going to Iraig then to the states if t after the retreating Germans i that nnd they sure do some stunts, they run clear elf nnd left the rest of tionary forces. ricno see if you isn get Van Denr Mother: live, for my mantle. I hope you nre well nnd getting "On Active Service with The AmeriV1I Maggie, 1 nm feeling fine now the force. They fay that the Ger- Logans address for me, nlio Mnry Kl- can Expeditionary Forces." after rcstinu two nig'it in hetwoen man!' are jcllow clean through. Tln' kins, for 1 would like to see them nlong all right. I am well an I Buildings suffer from sunburn ni I nm In N. Y. hearty. September 'J, 18 bli nket- to keep r.e warm nnd plenty i nt way that he will fight i' when sunc lny while much ns (icople tlo, when they're I am somewhere I don't know Just when we will i!: To the good people of Garrard Co, in France md hns plenty of ammunition nnd n cn'. t have (food hard working not protected from Oid Sol's Killwelt. V.ils who have worked so hard and given i cook, my men nre still pretty tired hiit crowd backing him. They are sail, and if I did I tould not tell you, like this country vcr ing rays. I den't think we will lie here long. country is (censored) nnd has so to s so much time nnd money to the Red but happy. 'eathly afraid of American. One but We all have new Few could nflcrd enough cold-crea- m ami Y. M. C. A., I wish to"f:uy frrms, shoes, underwear nnd got rid Ic.f the men was telling me about a I sc it '.he blanket heme In ray suit (censored). 1 hnve seen lots of things to soothe a blistered barn, Kit- - on inv trips that were u treat to inc. you just don t know how much good i of the "cooties . I had lots of them bunch of frenchmen who came run- - ci.s nls n few other thing. but vvc oil can afford a coat or and pleasure you nre giving the sol-- ; from the farm house where the Hun ning towards their lines hollowing e'oed uu will find u receipt for it, 'The I rench pciplc ale sure frien dy two of paint to keep the bam ilicrs. When one is sick he is rent slept. Set tlitm and you rim do and nice to us. They try to teach u for the Americans to retrent that thc,r-tafrom blisteriPt'.. I hat- - two bo I hnve had command that mine ovrr with me t at to the Ked Cross hospital where the of the Com- - Germans were coming nnd that cne what sou want to with them. Good paint nives the Kun's rays There we e best of Doctors nnd pretty nurses are rnny s;nce Aug 1st, end the .Major' rf our men yelled out "where the ed to throw them away on account to speak their language 1 knew at home. Cecil Musters and no chance to warp und ciack the to take care of you like mother nnd Colonel seem to be pleased with II arc the ami the Americans of the blanket bflonging to Willie. wood, so thut rain may drive in We are Just forty minutes from Uavmond Davis. We have been would. If you were nt home. I have, my work so must be ndvnnciu,;, .'usljieot their guns ami started running' and start decay. Yoi'. but )ou ran not tell when playing- pranks on eaca other been rick over here nnd know it is what I hao always made it a point) in the same direction the Frm ' We nre (censored) in n small to do, ns I remember what my i.rai'd- - men had Just come from and r.iis-- you get there n everything is build- that way. And when you have n little time father used to tell me, but from tin tured several hundred German. Ylu i ings. I hnve met a lot of woundd French village nnd the buildings arc . I oft the Y. M. C. A. is rendy to give 'kill 1 was in Lancaster, to the man I'rench ;,eii did net l.n-- w wiw t, solilitu that have been sn.t back to ( all of stone and look strange to u the hospitals on this side, they Mini . Tell nil of my old friends hello jou every thing they can and do nm now, there is quite n contrast, irake of i'. We are drivmp every wing tney can to make you out i Knew an tne time I nan me dock rapmiy now ami if tin lieej io mum ir.ai nils war .s goon for for me. Write me soon, as ever. Yoyr son, enjoy your self !ind have n good right kind of material in me and only j up It will soon be over. So don't some time jet. I nm going to close this as I am Priviite Hardin Dnv-C- o. time, and to lead you to live for needed developing, as ycu know I worry about me, I am safer here then II. 323 Infantry. U. S. A Christ as you should ns a christian made n success in the contracting 1 would like to be. I feel that if about to fall asleep. I.oe to all. business, and in my opinion have ' these men can go into this scrap with nnd write ire nt once, will have a long P. O. "Ul, Am. tlx. Forres. soldier. I nm well nnd hope nfter victory mixed with pure linstwd oil, is a made a success in the fighting game a gun and bnyonette I at least aught letter next time. paint whicli is proof against all My address is 15'J Field Hospital, to be able to go up behind with a few is won to be with you some line day. for old Glory. Tite following letter has hrc.il r weather, and maintains u handN'ow for the rest of the Stone fam- - bandages, pills or whatever is nec-- ! 1 13 Sanitary Train, 38th Division, iteived by Mr. nnd Mrs. Thanking you good people for your Luther E ' some, smooth appearance. Any many kindnesses, I nm, jily; Bill is a mechanic in U4lh Field rotary. But you know we go where 'Camp Mills, Long Island, New York. Hcrron, from their son, Stanley, who color may be hrd. Your true friend, i Artillery, a volunteer regiment from we nre sent and not where we want! Sergt. K. M. Waltet, volunteered hi services to W coun C. B. Enst St. Louis, and is now in France, to go, so I will probably never L.' nny I'. S. rell everybody I am goins over try at the beginning of the war, and Drop in and let us chow you our with the American rorces. Frank is at Louisville Ky. in train- - closer to the tight than 1 am righ snd o ,i c'ad thv time has come pa ints, complete lip.j of high-crud- e who has been "Ovir Here" ing. F.lvin is awaiting orders as to now Write me often nnd tt 1 mi' niomlis, fighting in the front I. ne oils, varnishes, nnd brutdiea. Wo The following letter, one of the a commission as second I.icuL Clny'sll the news. Lovingly your !.,:, "Si .nowhere in France." guarantee tho worth o all out trendies. Sept. most interesting ones we have read, wants to go but mother said she 1915 S. J. 'tce und our prices ljint nuti-tials-, Aug. ;,IH. 1918, st Dei Uncle nnd Aunt : was written by a former well known wanted him at home until he was are right. Dear Mother nnd Dnd: Just a line from Clyde to let jou Garrard County boy, Lieut. Thos F. needed, Numerous others of my The following interesting letter Just received your letter dated To-dn- ,: I would not 'has been received from J. .It rl'ni- nil know I nm well. Mr. Stone was born nnd folks are in the army. Stone. be nr July 1 Ith. Sure was glnd t ' know , 'un 'ay, I havi i. few spare i.iomc it every one was well. Gee it is hot by his mother, Mrs. Luthet reared in Lancaster, a son of Mr. be nny other place myself. To top nnd Mrs. Cy Stone, now of St. Louis, it off, dad tried to get in the rederist Hcrron, who hns kindly consented thought 1 wouid write you. I don't here. I got a letter lrom Sterling Mo. !avj t:.iu to write cry often. 1 have last week, he wns well and doing fine. The letter "Was written to Mr. Guard for guarding munition plants for us to print it. ' and Mrs. Alfred Poynter of lower and bridges. "France, Aug. 23rd, IS. written jou folk two or three time If you coub' enly sec the place we are When this war is over if I am still Dearest Mother: haven t heard from ycu. Garrard, nnd many will find it very i but in now. a French Fort. Talk about intererting, as Tom was well known living, wilt take little Thelda and visit Believe me, we nie some busy, but one of the 'even wonders, they for-- i Your letter came today after ' and liked by nil here in his "old you and the other folks around my ( three "months delay. Was certain!., we i sn't care to ila anything that gat this or.o. laisl riouth I visited I will nl old birth place, Lancaster. home town." pleased to hear from you nnd glad t we are a:'rl to da, for we arc nn- - one of the ol I Castles where the first "A. E. F. France. Aug Cth, 1918. ways have a warm spot in my heart know that nil were well. Iln I 'iiu. to fnib our tnk over here as K.ng of France was horn and raised.' for dear old Lancaster if it is so slow pected to receive u clipping out f sofn as puib!e an I el sail for the There wcr.- - several of the Queen's f" Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oynter, & J. E. My dear coutin: Your interest- - and dull, but I am perfectly content- - the Courier Journal in winch us 1J igo .1 old 1'. S. A. pictures painted on the v.alls. ',he' ' ing letter came to hand some time ed down there on Sugar Creek with were in. Have you heard from Sam) Till lluner I received his scenery wns beautiful and well done. anrf R T MrRflliPFft ago, but I haven't been in a place to you people, as you are the kind I J lately and what rating does he hold 'ju'. 'nven't had time to arswer yet. It is still unhurt froai neriul bombs answer it, have been on the front all like. My! but those spring chickens now? Would love to hear firn him J Tell hi.n I'll write him when I ,;et and artillery, but could have been that time and no mail was taken at you used to feed me. Well I don't 'ns I have written him several letter time. s destroyed by guns, but in Itichmond, Tuesday, on business. I would like to be there Hd(, Anyway, where the shells are get the comforts of home or the and )et unable to get n .vply. and ro not now 1 think. I guess Sam isj Mr,. Philip Moore was the guest of I lishing g and bullets flying is no things to eat I liked so well, but sel with ou, but I don't think it back in the states by now. I nm You need not worry Stanley (!riin, Sanders Sunday after. place to write. Have been in battle, dom have time to think of such even if he is serving in the ttrnrhet will lie many months until I ran be healthy and stout as ever, but nm.be. MOon. come out without a scratch but had things as that, besides we have plenty liere. for I am sure he will pul! thiu'in your home again, ginning to feel the effects, but I will, Miss Annie Sanders is r, in,.., I had n letter from Mother a few stand it to feel to see if I was wounded when to tat when not in the thick of it. jnnd he will benefit by it. Kenioivher i as long a I can. I can't tell I am figuring on an- - automobile ' there are not very rrtuny Ameitcin days ago. big shell hit near me, ns it knocks a She raid she nnd father you a thing that you would like to this week nt the home of Mr. Mrs. Carl Baker. you over.' Have seen n great ileal trip out there with my baby, probably mothers who have four enlisted sons had been up there to see you all. I know. With lots of love. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Foley and of war, hardships ami all that goes the obi folks will want to see he old in our great army, and knowing this i know they enjoyed their trip. We Stanley. family were the guests of their with wnr and am still in the best of i town again along with me. Thelda you should be one of the happiest bojs that left Somerset together nre I). P. Hume, Sunday. spirits. We could not get anything 'is with my mother and Susan. They mothers in the states. We an- - only still together, and after our hard Mr. und Mrs. James Hume hns re daughter. Mrs. liarlly to eat for six days, so now I 'have nice homes there in East Saint four, yet we are part of our vttlwork is over we always have time for ceived n card from their son, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. U W. Wnnnoth and hrve my stomach nil torn up from Louis nnd will take care of her for nrmy who nre serving the Star nnd a little fun. daughter. Til, In. spent Sunday with telling of his safe arrival over sea. I am sending you a couple of piceating so much. My men nre the ' me, she Is a rcaljig girl now. Susan Stripes that right shall prcvuil over And also their second letter from Mr. and Mrs, E. II. Agee neur Itichsame way. We drank water out of has no chldrcn, her husband bought might. I can't sec where Germany tures, keep one jour self and give the their son. Anion, who has been in mond. shell holes nnd n creek that had dead their home from me, he is a fine fct- - ran stand up much longer, lis the uther to Mrs. MeCnckney. They art-n- France since June, nnd is now in Mr. Cecil and Ernest Tenter were Germans and hortes in it, but our low, makes good money anil puts it Allies have them on the run nnd i.iy good ns yon can see. Gregory active service Mrs. Ivit F. Teater anil Mrs. Susan lips were parched nnd our stomachs to good use. candid opinion is that your boys will and I were down the street one nfter-noc- n with their mother, nnd griiutlmotlicr Well I will close, sincerely. empty, still up the valley we went. ii and we ran across an old be back with you in the courke of n Broaddus, Sunday Your cousin, feeding into the line under artillery! mnklng pictures. We had MEMPHIS OFFICER GOES And until believe us few months. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Prewitt, Mr. Lieut. Thos. F. Stone, and machine gun fire. Mel smoking in good hands and that we are term- on our old clothch and our hoh-nnCo. A., I Oath Inf. A. E. F. ing each day the best of our know- shoes, but we decided to have some cigarette every now nnd then nnd AMfcK VIN ntlAIlLA l their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ledge to bring us to victory. mnde anyway, ns it is very seWum we the men would go every time I gave N 'rcwiU la,t Hun,lny I am your loving win, The following interesting letter Gly Patrolman SL'tr Sa, Famous Vin He have the opportunity of having the commnnd if it meant instant. i.'eatli, though we got the Hun's goat has been received by Mr. and Mrs. (J, Corporal S. J. Hericn, made over here. palica Prescription Helped Him Out Ycu folks must write me occasionnnd up out of his hole he would come B. Hose, of Bryantsviile, from their 18th Co.. 2nd, Bu.t 5 P.egt. Marines. ally for I um always unxious to get while others still clung to their ma son. Dr. S. J. Bose.who is "over France. Considerably. p. S. Beceived the Ccmrul Itecurd u letter from unyone bark there. i nine guns, they would bay Ivumen.il, there" doing his "bit" for his coun- Tell Hurry hello. I will close, but the men shot most of them full try. dated July 4th, today, and wns sure L City nightwntchmnn J Siler, ' Mesves It nicy, glad to get it. Am sending you a hoping this finds everybody well und who resides at 3S1 N Bellview 111,1,!., of holes or run the uayorct thru ! I am, U. S. A.. Base Hospital No. 07. by thein, rome of them got uv.ii souvenir taken from or rather fx hnppy. after a hunt of five ears for some Your nephew', American Expeditionary Forces, changed a Franc note with n German other officers orders but my order thing to put his liver in right shape, Why you should use Aug. 5th, 191H. prisoner for this Mark note. Be Clyde M. Folger, was considerably rundown until E. C was to take no priioner for they hi'd Caidul, the woman's Ionic, tor your troubles, Bed Cross bauds on their arm while My dear Father mid Mother: sure to give my address to the boys." Battery C. 322 F. A. N. A. Philpot, of Nashville, told him to gu have been shown in '11' I suppose you have been somehat my The following compliment win American Ex. Forces ,via N. Y. operating machine g.u down to Weiss' Pharmacy, Main and thousands ot letters from knowledge only five gi' to our lints uneasy about me, not knowing written with the O. K., by the CenUnion Streets, nnd get u bottle of the actual users ol this mediwitli their hands u; us prisjneij. whether I wus safe or not, but I am sor. "Your boy is real well and jUit The following letter to bis mother, great Vin Hepatita prescription und cine, who ipeak from II personal experience. We chased ti un out of :i 'j.k faria alright and us safe its If I were right us happy as he tan be, nnd one of the Mrs. Florence Grant, is one of much luke it. the results obtained by I um bet bos in the Company. M. E. interest to the numerous friends of huuse mid lii'i ledi. iei) I ostublii'ii'd there nt Cump Dirk lloblnson. lie nt once made a dash for this other w omen lor so many my Company liea bi iifien o it, m.d a long wnye from the fighting, stuck Sima.oni-- , 2nd, Lieut. M. C. K." Lucien M? Grant, who is now aboard popular drug store, where he found years have been so unf. lorral good, why not the U. S. S. Stevens. the l.ncn hack in u base ho.pitut over 100 miles tae furnishings in U w eevciul others buying this wonderful give ijhiu a trial V fightir.-- r ami the' I oversaw (wnu wi. left of i( amliawny froin the A letter to hi mother, Mrs. II. I' "U. S. S. Stevens, Base Six, kidney and bowel liver, stomach, the Germans on front nnd light I cpt wounded ure brought back here for Valtir. from our friend, Sergt. Uobt My dearest Mother: remedy, und got his first bottle. a I have 120 wounded I :.. Walter, is of much interest, mt he up a stream of bum ,'rc of treatment. it is the twelfth of September und "I had been sutferlng for live years no uvail. Anywhere th, Hun meets am taking cure of alone anil it is In- is Just on the envu of "going ovei". still nut n word from you, u big mail from un inactive liver, had no the Yankee on tho fron1 he giiU the teresting work. American boys are He Is with the Dr. Gnmt Unit mil from the States came today, but in wus all rundown", suid Offic fear of God put in him, even their making n name for themselves that enlisted nbout u year ago. He vain did I look over the Ward Uooni it Siler. "But since taking Vin He I um tvrtiiinly will never die. They can fight rings writes; Otriccru' mail for u letter for myself. ' patiea I feel more like doing very best troops, my proud to command u Company '.fi around nny other nntion regardless j "Sept. 21st, l'JIK. Cnm.i Mills. U 1. It will bo ii intuitu tomorrow since 1 work than Iliave for yeurs. I really The Woman's Tonic urrived here; It seems tho, that 1 enjoy my work now. and I gladly nucli fighters as they are. Tin y were of whether they lire French, British, ' Dear Mather: Hnve arrived in my nu v camp Hint must have been born in this part of recommend Vin Hcpatfcu to all who the old C9th New York, now we hav, German or any other. The way they Mrs. Mary J. Irvln, ol o Ireland from every lit around and tell how they got like it tine. The cump it not men in the Uegiment Cullen, Va., writes; need a reiil tonic." I shall be in (censored) uguin for I have some in my Co. even their wounds, how they captured nice' but It Is sure located lu n wou-frowhere. "About II years ago, I If YOU suffer from illdlireatlon. ou'vu weakness, or uny other trouble caus one day sometime real soon sulfered untold misery the old 2nd Ky, to which I be- - their prisoners, how they won their derful neck of the wooov with lemale trouble, bearing-longed three and half years, and must wur crosses which moat of them wear, ; These Eastern p pie nro ture p.. no idcu how the visits to that metro ed by disordered stomach, liver, kid down pains, headnay they all have the same American is great. There is no bragging, Just triotle, every body ben lukec their polis hel r.ey, or bowels, or you feel in need I ache, numbness fighting spirit, anxious to get at the told in a simple way that seems to huts off und cheers thu soldicu It It Is almost Impossible to get unyuf r(,,, .,0od snrhiir tonic, com,. r I would go lor three weeks l Bosche, some men got as high as six them as though it were nothing at all. sure is ililfcrent froai th! South, und fresh fruit here; eggs ure ubout for a bottle at once to IC. E. Mealmost bent double . . . to his credit. I had my hands full , The first day I went In my wards It makes you feel better to be treated dullar and a quarter a dozen; fresh noBEUTS, laimaster, Kentucky My husband went to Dr. ... leading my men, but spied a sniper to take charge, I wus dressing some that way than looked down cn like butter 70 cents per pound; and milk lor Cardul i , , likewise very dear, bo our monthly that had caused us several casualties, of tho cases and some one happened they do In the South. UltADSHAW MILL. Alter taking about two Mother, I have had the trip of my mess bill is seven or eight pounds picked up a rifle and put his day- to mention Kentucky and I mention bottles I began going lights out, as I used to be our Bat- ed thut that was the state I was from life, stopped in Atlanta and. several (35 or 40 dollars) which is outj Mr. Mult May spent Sunday with around and when 1 took talion sniping officer on the Lor- and the same person who mentioned towns In Carolina and Virginia, alio rugeuus. i ruciicuuy everyming we Mr. Newt Sanders. three bottles I could do use Is brought over from the States. raine front, and am on expert rifle it before said "I told the boys here u in Washington D. C, New York. B-all my work." Miss Mable Prewill spent Friday Philadelphia, Brooklyn nnd It's beginning to get cool here al shot. We ate their rations from the J few minutes ago when you first step- dead and took pistols, field glasses, ped in and then went out again that then down the Hudson to I.ou: ready; I suppose winter Is "coming with Miss Linda Sanders. and anything of use to us. They you were Dr. Sam Itosc", and it was Island. I have a lot of notes rjadu on on". And they say the winters at( Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Prewitt were - r r? r k r- rstafsfsafiPara KHAKI is Sunburnt This House jut Hi Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d lt. c. Stormes or m. Reasons r Take CAR9UI ... The Central Reconi. Thursday. Oct 3 1918 AIAKKSUUKY 7 UN'S AND IE OF r Mrs. Alex Durham U isUtiur Mrs. iilllE TO James Turner. Mrs, John Doty has vjril'acd n lew Kurtimnn pluno. Mrs, A. J. Hice spent several ilajs in l.'in!,in last week. Mr Dennis Upttfn if Owio Taylor I h5 Or. Wm. GOME OUT OF iHDih SHE KNOWS THE HOUR Or CRISIS ALWAYS ay L lib & S. II. Si! Hurt, deceased, I home on a furkhl'i Mi.s Duncan of Hurin has bvni Mi e IlorftT. sit.liir ! Mi Mary lloute of I'siinl Lick l.as heen is tirc Mrr. Joli-- i Dty. 'Ir Ivie I'oynter who has beti ill not veil nl this writing. Mrs Hawkins of Om:ii, is.ti,e i t Mr. and Mrr. I! K. Sp-aMi- 'c1'' 'CiMipfr has ijtl.te ill f. t! ten day witly cau-;from a full. Mi's Mrs liMKK i ml iliiuithliT, with ner vl.r le. junt lr. wtk-en- J -tir, Mn. J. W. Swo,. Mr. and M.-Joe Tum!.- - of llojle n the irii".ts of Ins unty have mother, Mr'. Win. 1 utile. RESPONDS. Dy V'jteriiuu v hn As Administrator of will on lUllard't Obelisk Meali coin flour. Hudson. Ilujhrs and Curt a.id Farrsu. Woman. Olhce lit Kan e) b Livery Stable. ninMul days monev 'enturk sret pretty HkIii ih- - Lautastei. l" iied to ' a lonslly. My father and partner were (r .jQv,. j Ing to do some bis; thlngr jfJ5' ("id "very once In a while 'JOiJr' they were sqiieeretl Tor 'Z. cash. It was n reel enter DII2CCTOR r'nry rowellmrs. Thlnim wonld be Odlce Over National Hank. Jnt nboirl ready to ro ner the top hen there would be a demand tor Ueiidencv Phone X Office Phone 21 more cold dollars. Ami they didn't LANCASTER, KY. hvp them. At au) limes mother wed to notice the sjaihcrliuc of wor-rfrowns "What's the matfr?" Ma she asked, without much nr. d. She tim.ill knew. "Oh, we've got a rlnnce to put soitieihlng throuah. l',i inr mone .:ir tied up," father 'rt answer i.ei! Any , i Met unci Duntist. 0. Pryor, Surgeon In loy ijjN'hls .J, A. (3e&ziev J. PATRICK, Dentist. ft hep'-fii- l snnsiil would w xole. In (rreplnio h1 Paint Lick, Kentucky. Saturday Oct 12th. 18 at the farm near Uradshaw's Mill, on Back Creek, bttf inning promptly at ten o'clock A. M., sell the following personalties; One pair mare mules; one yearling mule; one six year old brood wag mare: one oiirht year old jack, and a good breeder; one two-horon; one disc Harrow; one mowing machine; one farm roller; one drag harrow: one road cart; one double shovel plow; one single shovel plow; One turning plow; one Hillside plow; one good road scraper; one good power steam enwheat fan; one half interest in hog box; One interest in five hemp brakes; One steam gine: one grist mill; one-hal- f wire ience; ana corn Sheller; one l aupoieum; twenty rous oi lour-iomany othUr farming tools and implements too numerous to mention. TERMS, All sums under ten dollars, cash in hand, over that amount, negotiable note due January 1st, 15)1!), without interest. se An extra drive fer S.it- - M.sion, was made Sunduy inarn,for tnn. When the money wn c junto I there was $.'il.U:l. pimiU were !IU,SjS. roll Then mnilier would to some hid tli e of her own ami hrlnir forth a Or. Printus Call. Answered Night. LANCASTER, Walker Day or 317. . KENTUCKY. ten-hor- se oi the rnonej ou icive n.e iwo inonths aEo for a fur coat VniiM that present. le !p?" Would It Pastor .1. W. Malum and Dr It. A. mae a time.help? It snirl the day Dawes have just closed a very suct'ntle Sam Is In Jul ihat fix now. cessful meeting with th" ihurch at lie has plenty of good as cold rethis place, resulting in aliunt 21 ad sources Hut there Is a big on ditious, :i by relationship. Th people and he needs the eah Ifi so over the were very much pleased with the top. There ts a tremendous thing at preaching of Dr. Dawes. T!i lii- - stake, so trrinendnus iliat It Is a little bit hard to talk about It. Hut wn nil tismal services were held i,t Kil'sr know Jut what It means to u, to the Mill, when 111 were lmptited. women, perhaps, mot of all. And thousands of women are com CUNN'S CHAPEL. Inc foiward Jui as mother ued to do, bringing the roll they had tucked Mr Andrew Stotts has bought from away somewhere. "Here's my tuonej. Will It help?" Mr. Lewis Murphy, his farm. the) sre asking Miss Iva Ilolhin has assumed her Will It help? It may be that th! duties as teacher at Teatersvillc. tremendous da when the whole fate Mr. amjMrs. Dock Simpson visiteil of the world hangs In ilie balance will b Hi., proffered dollars of be Mr. Jim Simpron and family at Poor th) saicd women of America Kiilfte. Won't eiery one of the ten million; Mrs. I.oie Noel, who has been con nf us bring out our little roll, and "ay.i fined to her bed several days, is im "Here. Sim, I'll lend nu mine?" proving. "iere's VETERINARIAN. Promptly Phone rrls Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANT STEII. - KENTUCKY. Ttfil-'ln.- I - , lllce over btormes Drug Store, K Hours i a.m. ' 1 n.m BOOKKEEPING Buslnesi.Phonogriphy TYPEWRITING and WILSON HURT, Admr. N. L. PRU1TT. Auctioneer. I'OINT LEAVELL. Mr. W . Tobacco cutting will be almost finished this week and wheat sowing has begun. Mrs. Minnie McCulley nml family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater, Sunday. OCTOBER BE 12 ILL MY TELEGRAPHY LIBERTY WilBU R R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE til hi) yrof irr.Mir in mrrt L" lit I'rMiilfnt bnatnrM, nj t'ftnktnc k1o o yrart Mnraitnr 0"t nUt now, vonnfl mpn mi wr,rnn fnr itntrrmn. Udrm WILBVIt K. HJtl fll, LrKlnsloa. Hy. Can't Do It Alone. If n man ever becomes Jruly great It Is usually tho help of n devoted wlfa that Is responsible for It, Chicago Dally News. Dcst of Regards. The best reward for any faithful work N ihe privilege of going on and proving our faithfulness with more illfllrtilt tasks. Lin y Larcom. Mr. ami Mm. Calvin Itoger spent tho night in llercn on Saturday night. Ilrlck. S.nd. Rock. Hudson. Iluihrt and Farnati. Miss lonn Dunn spent the night with Miss Hrunctut Arnol.I one nltrht last week. Mis Iiia Dunn spent from Friday until Sunday with MIm Willie .Made Castiticau. Mn. Ceorge Cardncr spent 'Sunday afternoon with Iht Mlwi Scott. Mr. Leonard Itogcrs who i been at home fur in .Mass., a few days furlough. Mr. Will West and Mr.. J. W. I'almer and two children spent the and family day with Mr. from near Kings-ton- , Mim Die tins been visiting her brother, tivcs. eral days. Mim Ida Mae Tevcrs win the guest Mr. nml Mrs. J .S. Schooler had a of Misses Sarah and Clera lloskips ' letter from their son Herbert, who is rciently. in r ranee, saying lie was out or tlie jri nlll Mrs (;roVl.r t;nnruu are hospital and getting nlong line rejoicing over the" arrival of a hit- of ) hoy at their home. Air. Henry Conn and family nignt iinu lllciimonu spent jrs. Sum Hall and Mr.. Jack Sunday with W. II. laickey and Koberts. were in town Tuesday, do mi; their fall shopping. The little infant daughter of Mr. UNION. and Mn Sam Tankersley continues very ill witn whooping cougli Mr. Shepherd still continues ill. Mr. Kufas Hosklns has returHcd Mr. tiilhert Stnrns ha been visitto his ohme after n two weeks visit ing friends in Hogersv ille. to his brother, Mr. I'. Iloskins. Mm. Will 1'ointer died lit her home Mrs. Stella Iloskins and little son near I'latwoods Wednesday Sept. IS. Delink', were week-en- d guests of her Hall it visiting Miss her parents, Mr and Mrs. Sam Hal). Mrs. Stella Iloskins nt lluck- sister, Mrs. Stella Iloskins nml son, Den- eye. nit', and little Dorothy Cordon Hob- Mrs, llelle Iloss has returned from crts visited Mrs. Clinton Iloskins, two weeks stay with Itlchmond rein. J Thursday II. sev- and family for Mr. James Doolin was stricken with paralysis lart week, nnd is not expected to live. COLUMBUS MEMORY TO BE RE CALLED IN LIBERTY LOAN RALLIES. I mm ilill tM gJT Y TTL KiojuuHBuiurIIi" iiiiiiiiiii;i"".ni -- Thousands See r reachI it n J on Loan War Trains 1 This Space Contributed to Winning the m c--s e 9 9 9 m $0 Sect. Ca mmm erAst-- , Kit Xuuji j Uf. TV'inds of persons In Ohio. West Vliflnln and Pennsylvania had their of.nn of th first slinipsx this wr-famous riencli "7S" nuns, The "75" ns Ihn nun which backed up the his. lorio wmds. 'Thou Shalt Not Pass!" The Kilns ale. aboard Uncle Sam's Troi'liy Tr.iins which nro Inurlnc llm l'ourth IVderal Reserve District In th Interest of the Fourth IJbeity Ijian. They are jcnrriil from battle and rear abovo th tint cars In all the majesty of the heroes that they are for without the "chorus" of them and their brothers the norrts of the eallant l"rrnch "oiild hav been empty and the fjernians would now bo la Paris yes. nrn In New Voik, peihaps. At every slop the two trains liaie of persona have made tlmusandi Ihroitgh to se tho trophies i crowded taken from th battlefields. Dun helmets, medals anil Runs atThe. trains tract the most attention. also have aboard outfit of the Amerl-ran flKhtrm knd their allies, depth bombs and all of Ue i bombs, aerial curiosities of modern warfare. War by 0 Hervey AND o o 9 9 Woods I Paint Lick Columbus IU. October Kth, will be Mr. Irvine Simpson of Clover Hot- Liberty Day thl war The fnlleil torn, has purchased u farm from Slates coiernment Is asking the roun Floyd Humphrey. try to oben.' Hie annlverrary of the Miss llessie Hughes, a teacher here dl'rowiy of America with a nation rpent the week-en- d at her home in wide ally for the promotion of the Liberty Loan the means nf saving Madison county. America tod.i) Miss Mary Hanks Anderson visited The Treasurv Department and th' home folks in Stanford from Satur- I'nlted Stales Huieaii of Education are cp operating In this plan and sug. day until Munday. gestlons are being mailed by the Edu Mr. Lewis McCulley and family nl Ion il Depirlmenl to all of the spent Sunday with Mr. Walter Clow rchooN of the country, giving pro grams for an appmprlale Harvest and family of Teatersvilie. Dome Festival to be held on that day Mr. and Mrs. llughie Moherly and L. II Tranklln, director of the Na little daughter, were guests of Mr. tlonal War Loan ornnnliatlon, In and Mrs. Hnrvey Teater. Sunday. letter to fjovernor Pancher of the Mr. and Mrs. Otis liny Ilogie are Fourth District Federal Reserve Hank In regard to this: prouil parents of n baby girl, which saja "The two central Ideas the dl has been christened, .Mary F.liinbcth. rnvery of our rountry and the Harvest Home Festltal are so simple and jet Reclraned seed wheat and reclean ed lerd rye of quality. Alto Inch so significant that every rommunlt grade new crop timothy snd clover will be able to adapt them tu local conditions nnd express them ef trcd. Hudson. Hughes and Farnau. fectlvely." "Theie Is a logical unity between Mr. und Mrs. Otis Stotts were the guests of tho Litter paients, Mr. audi ho"' of these Idea, and the Liberty iMJsiii, nriiii iui im-r- . uni uir Mn, if. S Sebasfnii and family. Sun people of a community recount th day. fruits of their summer's labor they Mr Floyd Humphrey bought the will naturally ask themselves what home plate and part of Mr. Hob Hur share of them they ought to Invest Id ton's farm last week. Will move in Libert) llonds. When they come to realize what the dlscoiery of America January. has meant tu them personally, what It has meant for the cause of freedom Mr. Lewis Murphy has purchased from John Milton Underwood, the and democracy, what It will mean for in farm recently bought from Mr. S. S. the vaHalion of the worldthey the pres begin to ent world tragedy, when Sebastian. feel all this, they must of necessity ay, this Is worth Investing In, worth Mr. John Sparks bought Mr. Doc Simpson's place last week, Mr. fighting for, worth making any sac Simpson wilt make his residence in rlflre for. "The Harvest Home lYstlvul Is out Uichmond In Jnnuury. earliest form of American celebration .Mrs Mary Lin II and daughter, before titles were built, and It would .Mirs Jessie Myitle, are spending this be a distinct gain to carry the Idea week with their daughter, and sister over Into city life. The characteristic harvest of the city Is not fruit or Mrs. lice Duncan of Mndison Co. grain, but tho products of social life There will he n Pie Supper given like commerce, arts, music, archllec lit the (iunn's Chapel School house, ture. City and country communities on Friday n.i;ht, Oct. 11 th, ut h will, of course, celebrate the day after fashion, but the Harvest Home o'clock. The proceeds are to ho for Its own Idea applies equally to both. What benefit of the school, Everybody is cwr a communlty'a particular type, ol cordially Invited. product may be, on Liberty Day Its aim should be to reap a harvest ot dob Mr. Lewis Walker, u prominent democracy. On we lawyer of Lancaster, made u patriotic lara for as city or countrythis day but people, meet not speech here in behalf of the Fourth as citizens, all united for the single Liberty Lonn last Wednesday evenpurpose of serving the Nation by deing, A large crowd attended and voting a part of our prduct to Its much enthusiasm was inspired. eeds." .. Mrs. Irviti Simpson und little son, Weldon spent the past week with her mbther nnd relatives here. Saturday she was Joined by her husband, son James und daughter, Thelma. They all motored back to their home in Woodford County late Saturday. Gasoline Eliminated Trouble? by using an Entorf Water Separating nil water, from gasofilling nutu a minute. Casoline Filter. Guaranteed to take out dirt nnd foreign substance line or Lerosino before tank. Filters 10 gallons Price $X50 each. Delivered of price. anywhere Offset upon spouts for inset tanks 30c, extra. receipt E.G.RICHTER llti DISTKIHUTOIt South Second St., Louisville. TREES is the 11111? to plant yuur Ori'lianl, Lawn nnd Garden. Our large ilescriptive catalog of reliable Noiv Small Fruits. Shrubs. Evergreens, (JraDe, Asoaragus, Seed Po- Fruitand Shade Trees tatoes, Strawberries, tl.F.Hillcnmeyer Tlm for All Thlnos. etc., Is free upon inquiry. There Is a time for nil things, and No Aiits we believe that the young man should Write for free Cutuloiine. delect twilight, after he has put In fourteen hours hoeing the crops, for writ& Sons. ing love song ami war (wetry. Houston t. Lexington, Kentucky. The Central Record. Thursday, Oct 3, 1918. If K ill - AT PlnnnKlnil uiuaaiucu Pnlmni, UUIIHMII i v K HUCKKYB .Mr. mnl Mrs, It. W. in Danville Inst week. It Sanders ere klioii jura Octob 10JLM. RAIN OR SHINE C$ze Miss I.imln Looker Is in l.nncastcr ilie visitor of Mm. liobcrt Long. Sinple Insertions lc n word Misses Eul.n Calico, nnd Jessie II. jj- - No ml taken K for less ttmn 20c pent the week enil with Mrs. Jesse l.nyton. in this column. No ads in tills Mr. nnj Mrs. Robert Carter ami jj JJ rulamn chnrcril. , children spent Sunday with .Mr. anil 5 j Seven inmtiuns for the Mrs. Dewey Price. 5 price cf flu-- . Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I!ny and rhil Phone order mint be pjld ! tlren were visitors Sunday of Mr. and ! promptly. . Mm. Klhert Calico. X K K K II K II J U )t K t( U lOt'X U K tl H If Mr. Inlbott Jenkins has returned home after a numbs stay tn i tie ship I'l .ie return our wagon pump. ari' in Nv Jirsv). (Jnrrar.l .Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. A C. Miles were 1.1 1 SAI.lv Oood looker wheat Nlcholnsvlllc, Monday the irucsts of 1, c ., .s. ' J. It. Wood. Manse. Kv Mr and Mrs. X. Miles. .!r. ami Mrs. Lewis McCullcy amli I OH SALI!: Twenty bushels of children were guests Sunday of Mr rye. C. (.recii, . I 2! 2tml Paint Lick, Ky., Ii. F. I 2. at. I Mr. tValter Grow. J! r !:d Mr.. Shclt Tcatcr and I SALK: Six ol.l family .VI'.rnictin Hugu were guests i nttcKy "nil harness, J ui.'B.; of Mr. rml Mr. 1. O. Hill. i -- ' -- t Ocorpe Carpenter, j News lm heen received here of the STIIAYKD from my place nbout (! arrival of a l..iby girl at th home of' .so, a large Mack face buck. Mr. tin I Mrs Hubert Carter, ' orn J .rit. ( M. Dean, Camp Dick Rob-- j Si I . :10th. S.V.'t.pd. t Me otim .iiram ltay and Norn , '" vRlchm...;J Xk:ir!iW to FOR RKNTl-Fo- rm of 130 acres, T,"f'"fr -',c Mr. Carl Uirt.t who is at the for year 19111. See or write RATES el Forward! AND WIN. That is the way our men are going into battle. When the shrill whistle sounds the advance, out they go their whole heart in the task before them. No power on earth can hold them back. ,r er With no thought of bursting shrapnel and poisonous gases into which they plunge with even' muscle tense, with every faculty of mind alert, with one thought only TO FIGHT 11 iti'. end i..iui;h . I'lanr' , f Ij WANTED TO FKKtf about 50.ia,..r, u,;i j i.o.-xiUroi run pood healthy hogi, weiphinp not lest , ..ie-tnii- u ... I sun,'. . nt the I. . C. Hose, 0f tlian lull pounds. Phone Mp, Murtl.a Am) rion. C amp Dick Robinson. ' 1uyt tf Mrs. Grace Sutton. Stanford, Ky. Route 4.1 IH" "nd olta!J. Ihcw. Mrs iVitt, Mr- I Mr.i W Hcb; wEiip Mill bitch, LOST. Fox hound with Mac' nnd white spos. Tip cf tail dlli-.- r C. Ross" with name "W. tf. f Pho.-3SS-G- . P. V. Pruitt.! Forward! Ycu t'on't have to rub i: In to c; ' clck, cotrifor:-li- n rcll.'f ysu'vs triiJ ic on t'at ftliT 'i . iuuaIw, sciatic ro t iiiwe, l..e Ui.l., j t . i ii,. I a warm, lochias relief jou i.evcr th'su-- ht a lininrnt coulj projecc. Won't stain ths tki'n, na muis, wa.,vi na ti.aj in a; ,ilyi 17, ture tu A laige kottli giv; uicl: niuhi. means ccossr'. Vour oxn or any h.--t th:r Jrt I. C.t it today. Once oi.. beautiful old home place .jllie Sept. 8th, white lemon ears. Name ft' "Kidrto": P.cward. Mm. Callie . uncan. LOST. lop, with LOST: On street, or at .'y.th pold jiiii, tiui! (iiamonds urr.o . ci. ter. 'lear' ' e'.et supende ! froii' It with iliaii'imi in it Kewrnl if finder will 'cm'" it ui Hccor . n , The same sharp challenge to battle sounding for ns. We must answer in the same proud way the way of our fighting men the American way. is of Dr. N. Mays has been placed in my hands to be sold absolutely to the highest bidder without reserve or by-bid. J KOIl SALK: A 10 horse pener pasoline enpine, also silo cutter, with all attachments. This machinery h.n never been used and will cell nt a baipain. See Haselden Ilrot or J V. Sanders, at Judson. K it Large frami residence with nine rooms, all necessary out- buildings including a splendid brick spring house and about 5G0 POP. SALK OK TIEADK: About actcs of Knox County coal and timber land; ripht on - & N. Kail- -' load and State road. lias four h us-t- s and ran be divided to suit purc!ias-- i NINA. ir. I'or further particulars apply to ' .Mi.'i Grarie lame was a visitor of tlrs. J: A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, Ky., Home No. 1. Phone 337-1Miss Plora Adkinson, last week. I Little Pruwitt Foley is improvinp en received here of the of Jesse Prewitt, over Rains hns been visitinp Mr. and Mrs. John Ham IFe must lend the way they fight. We must show the Hun a united American people moving forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. Our task is to supply the money, the ships, the guns, the shells that wc must have to win. It is a tremendous task. We must do it as our fighting men do theirs with the indomitable spirit of Victory. We must work, and save, and lend with one thought only TO FIGHT war-madden- ed 15 JnLcros Of Landi . lf JOcated on the Norm si Hp of Richmond and Lancaster pikelrinttZmr . auouc one mne irom Jraint and one-hamile from Lowell. Close to Paint Lick Graded1 school, close to churches, close toj Paint Lick and Lowell; in fact; a dandy location and an idealj home in the country, yet close in. Terms-One-h- alf cash Janu-- i ary 1st, balance one and two years United Realty & Development Go. . J. S. HASELDEN, Gen. Mgr. Creech and son, of Hynttsville were recent puests of Mr, Will Creech. Mrs. John M. Lonp and daughter, (Were puests last Sunday of Mr. Ott DISSOLUTION NOTICE Lonp at this place. I'.ev. Hall and Mrs. John Sanders Notice is given that the corpora-- ' tion known ns the CKNTKAI. UKC- - were visitors at the home of Mr. Geo. OKD. will be dissolved on Thursday, Adkinson, last Friday October, 10th, 11)18. by mutual con-Mrt. Thomps llronddus anil family The buti- ,scnt of the stock-holder- s Jr. Wylie Prewitt and ne39 will be comiucleil 111 the futuri were recent visitors of relatlvi here under the name cf The Central Uec- The series of meeting cb.c; at I ord. J. E. Hobinton will be the sole llethel on last Sunday . niclit w.lh !' " proprietor iu--wiu three members by baptism n lde l to liume the payment of nil debts and the church. OF Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prewitt an daughter, Anna Mne, visited Mr. nnd,t similar manner as was conducte I by Mrs. Hill Wiitsou, last week and at tended services ut llethel. iicK:t,icfor''or,,,,on J. II. Robinson. On next Sunday Oct. Otli the new Frances C. Koblnson, church at Freedom ii to be dedicated. j U. L. Klkin. All dny services. Rev. K. Ii. Knitlisli of Perm U to preach the dedication' DISSOLUTION NOTICE Kvery body has a welcome. sermon. Notice is Kiven thut the corpora The Sunday School at Freedom tion known n's the LANCASTER rendu d n very interesting jirojrrnm ing-my in OPICUA IIOUSK, will be dissolved on Thursday, Oct. .'list, 1913, by Mission,? A libeiacontribution was tllO SCl'VlCe Of tllO StlltC'S, I Will SCll Jit pull-vive- n mutual consent ut the stock-holderfor the bsnefit of the liapti.it jc clUCtiOll I lie business will be conducted In the t hildren s home. future under the name of ROMAN'S 'fuvLuiyvEpiDj OPKItA IIOUSH. W. J. Honians will 'Hie totul of Amirliun -be the sole owner nnd proprietor, tie will assume the pigment of ull unities in France includinit . debts nnd demands against the rion of men irom tne .nurine and continue, the business on in the tame or similar manner as wus ll, r.V..nV.,tl.... tWO O ClOCK, I... (I IjOUSeltOUl 1111(1 Slittbtly over 20,000 men have been wounded in i.ttion, not imiudini: W. J. Romans, those who died of wounds received, 1 llattie - Romans, in,-i,iie s i .,fi Carrie Uclle Romans. prisoneis, now upproximates the I oil 5,000 murk. Deaths from disease I nre small in proportion, barely reachIn view of the The undersigned hereby nlve warn-Iii- k ing the 2,00a mark. to ull persons not to trespuss upon fact that many of the casualties reour lands for any purpose whatever ported ure minor casualties our losses on u we will prosecute all offenders to have been very small both in proporthe fullest extent of the law. Hunt- tion to the number of men eniist'cd ' ers und fishermen especially take and the severity of the lljthtini:. notice. There will be more hard fli;htlnir this Mrs. Cutu Phlilljw.lj It. I.. Klkln, full, but the bulk of the American Mrs. Kniiiui Daniels, casualties will come, we imagine, In A M. Mis. Sarah J. P, Hucklcy, 11UD. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Dept. X, 2007 So. Stli St. Philadelphia, Pa WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH.! l We pay from $2.00 to $36.00 pcr,snfl" "rrival set (broken or not). We also pay ac- - 9eu' Mrs. Inez tual value for diamonds, old' Gold, Silver and Bridge-worSend at. her parents, once by parcel post and receive cash nt llourne. by return mail. Mr. K. G. I AND WIN. Get into the fight with your whole heart. Buy Bonds to the utmost! This Space Contributed by Swift & Company D ,! II SHE km TCliE NlTtJUE lla sold residence and am now Ullltetl - Z:71f, ti. .i,i.. 'ciSatyriiey, October Stli, '18 P OS T E D Richmond street, beyinnins W residence .promptly lit all my kitchen furniture, among them being one heatinw stove, one Malloab ranire. one aundrv nw stove and other valuable house and one coal hold turmture, including set of porch furniture, can fruit, and preserves, and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS MADE KNOWN day of Sale. Dr. J. S. Gilbert Capt. Bourne, Auctioneer.