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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 10, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918101001_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 10, 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. (A THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH TEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOQN, OCTOBER 10. 1918. NUMBER 28. $245,000.00 'OVER THE SUBSCRIBED. I JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF l TOP" WITH ERTY GARRARD'S LOAN. FOURTH LIB- Chnlnnun II. I". lludfon, of the Fourth I.ibort Loan. ui nlxiut tlic WILSON'S ANSWER . happiest man in tl.c county I.ixt night, unless it win the 100 or more TO GERMANY'S PEACE PROPOSALS. iitnvnsKcr, who hail assembled nt tlic court house, to lii'nr tho returns The complete withd-swi.- ' of the tiinl thr result of the drive made over 1.!niiir A'tlci frcr. cr." ip the county yesterday In behalf of is essential li tin A v.kIi the fourth Liberty 'Lcnn, of any peace discu ' is ii.i committee reml the report nf iu can- uii'' Germany, This fi lu li "ii vass, it was met with nppl.ius, for it n.a le ii to Gem. A!.-- nnd I'toon teen that the $100,000 ll ,mis ny by I'rcsi III. V','ilr,n in net Jo. I yesterday morning, wculd to the lecent if.tue 'reached which would take Garrard ri!:cr i.nperial Chun nW for m German "Over the Top" with tho biggest loan armistice on land and the sea and she has yet offered to Unci" Sam. m the nir nnd the discu-tn o! . When the list of committees had slble means fur enditii th- - war. In reported and I'rof. Hopkins had addition President Wilson is desirous summed up the totals received of knowing, and has directly asked anand chairman Hudron the question, for whom tli2 Imperial l.ail Chancellor was speaking when he adnounced that about $115,0)0 during the day, vanced his proposal whether it was subscribed . heen the volunteer for the rnr.stltutc'l authorities o the , which trgcthcr with OV aw a, tHS. subscription had carried Garrard be- empire who I. avc been conducting the yond her uoUi, the total subscribed war, or for the German people. The AUtm'munt-PrcciVin- ;J being H'.out $24.",00O, the deafening President alsd desires to know If Ger applaus which followed, it seemed, many In seeking peace accepts the Keltic j ould have been heard by the Kaiser terms already laid down by the I'resi himself, had he been desirous nf dent as tl c binds for the ceasing of bearing such sad news, which meant hostilities uch n blow to Idm and Ins pe. ).!' The court house bell win runs for gov. Mccreary ten mhiutcs ami sever.! speeches ; n w.re made and there w.".s gtent among the aud.'u.ri- - which PASSES AWAY. Ainericnns nlwuys had the reputaPulmau car porters are to be re- b this time had pr.ictunlk lilted the . tion of bing drivers, nnd this may 'vi by women maids. Jumcs llennctt McCrcary , the room. be the reason why they are meeting court Many sublet iplijni. are yet to be grandest roman of them all, pa.tsed It will not be long before we real-- l' with so much success in Frnnce. leported and whintl.e llnul reulti awny at his home in Richmonl, Ky., ' how t'ry it bone actually is. of '.rsimid Tuesday morning, lifter nn illness of One subject of discussion will be,""-- - all in, the pco-,'Jnn'l be like clocks. Always co- cut ulT. It will be mi use arguing county will le rrnd I'Nppy indeed only a few days, he having been il., but nc .'er getting nnywhere. whether beer is an innocent or harm- fi.i the glorious woik that hnf bieu stricken suddenly in his room last Sunday morning. He wns born in ou didn't forget to subscribe for ful drink when it is nn unattainable Hi.? in this (ampa'.i The quota nssesse I the county wi,s Mndison county, July Sth, 1333. He U.otr liberty bonds? Not That is one. 2:'9,400 nnd many predict thai it entered Center College at Danville rt It is seldom that a man is pleased of reach $L'75.000 by li,e en I of the nnd graduated with the degree A. I!, when only nineteen yum of is as useful nt being called an ugly name, but the rext week. "ho age. He served marines nre proudly advertising the under Gtneral The splendid wor!. don by tj hu nuntry ns was the Minute-Ma- n fact that the Germans term them cf the count"', ci which Mrs. Itreckcnridgc nnd Morgan ns lieuM "devil dogs . George I). liobinson, was chairman. tenant Colonel in the Co.ifedciute Nobody in (iarraid sowed "wild army, Kentucky Cavalry. Ho was A noted physician instructs his received favorable cjmiiient from all prominent in Kentucky poiilie-- i busy w,;a" Inst week, they were too patients to turn six somersaults in sides. .Mrs. W. II. Uurton wns the wlng vlient. his entire life, being elected wv.n precincis nr.u ii Jthe morning and six nt niisht. He i r'la"'"a' Governor twice, to Congress several " tu probably expects them all to take a1""- - "" iv must be very discouraging hr"uh- - wonderful results. terms, United States Senator and have the turn for the better. . for an armistice nnd llryantsville also came in for u great other important offices. ociy unuer an army. The funeral services will be conYou undoubtedly have already an j share of the applause and comment, ducted at his lute home today und The l.aiser must have found long excellent collection of Liberty llonds. when It wns learned that she had many nre attending from Lancaster ' k;- that it is much easier to start n We would strongly advise you to add ' about doubled her quota, suhxeribing to it ns many specimens as possible nearly JjO.000 from those twu pre-o- f the last sad rites, of one who wns lovwar than to stop it. ed and honored by n host of friends Icincts. the Fourth Liberty loan. in Garrard. long retirement from the After "(nsless unda has resulted in teeners! view Monnstlr Is again msk-i- s TWO COLORED HEN DIE. the saving of ten cargo ship of gato-linits bow to the public. GARRARD COUNTY BOY or .'00,000 barrels. This stateTwo of Lancaster's well known irrmnny will continue praying, ment was made by Mark I. ltequn in and well liked colored men have died Donates His Male To Three Worthy a gathering of in the past week. John Wimsey, who she will soon begin to pray for New York before Causes. manufacturers and engineers. pece Instead of for victory. Armany years stayed with I Buggies S and Harness Lap Robes and Whips Canning Time nmnmnl to il retain their natural flavor Not effected. tv fruit acids rmn nff Fruits preserved in this kettle opaciou.5 for other- purposes S Buy a Buggy- - You can drive it when you please. CONN BROS HASELDEN P Lancaster, ,a fej BROS Kentucky 'tis TP' JSj PajHJtiJJDffliJBJpL'B If you want the best military Genuine Kanswhs salt, brick, ssnd. Hudson, Hughes and Fsrnau. wri.t watch madfl, get a Gruen of .10-3Morrow and McRoberti.... On account of the witucr.zr. epiThe Chicago and North-Westedemic, the Womans Club Library will railroad is said to be abolishing its be closed. parlor cars. If the other railroads A question which time only will de- follow its example, how are we to cide is whether France will become distinguish the aristocracy of AmerAmericanized or whether our Ameri- ica? The world is certainly being made safe for democracy at n grnet can boys will become Frenchified. Suffrage bill in the senate appears to have within one vote of enough to carry It. When CHANCE OF DEATH IS the fate of the bill is decided, you NOT GREAT IN BATTLE may depend upon it that the senators will either be suffragists or sufferers People are often astonished to see at the bands of the suffragists. n man with two or three gold stripes The Red Cross purchases four and on his sleeve, but, according to the one half tons of chewing gum month- law of chance, the average soldier's in prospects of being killed are not soldiers ly for the American of The power used In chew- great. The average civilian, Franee. ing this gum would probably be quite course, has no excuse whatever for sufficient to run a train of cars. But quaking. If you are actually in khaki, takas there is no way to divert It to such a purpose, our boys may con- ing the mean average, the odds against your being a casualty in any tinue to chew, particular year might be reckoned, Henry Ford, Michigan Republican roughly, nt about 6 to 1. Hut suprunning for United States Senator on pose you become a casualty? The the Democratic ticket, declares he odds are still about 6 to 1 against hns not put a dollar into the cam- your being killed outright, while the paign and does not propose to put a following figures show your chances single cent into it. From which we if you are wounded: Ninty per cent conclude Henry has about as much of the men who reach an advanced chance to be elected as one of his hospital recover. 95 per cent recover, flivvers has to get a start on a cold of those who pass into casualty clearthe ing station, and only two men In morning with out awakening every hundred die at a base hospital. whole neighborhood. The Woman's rate. bt for nold liery stable died Inst Friday. Women's skirts in Paris are now Alfred Robinson, who once lived worn ten to sixtcertMn'ches from the near White Oak died at his home here ground. Parisians evidently think last Monday night of tuberculosis, it desirable to conserve modesty as and was buried yesterday. Our prediction would have been well as dress goods for the duration that the gaslcss Sundays would re- of the war. DR. MAYS PLACE TO SELL. main about as long as the fine weaThe war industries board has rether did. In this issue of the Itccurd appears duced the production of talking mainfluenza must be chines 40 er ecnU It is to bo hoped the advertisement of the United if one can Judge by the way-i- t that we shall not have to increase Realty nnd Development Company, U holding up the October draft our own talking by a like percentage. of which Joe S. Haseldcn is manager, announcing the sale of that fine sucontingent. Some of us would find it difficult. burban property of the late Dr. N. Mays, which will be sold on October I The Holy Land Is nt last freed from the Turk, and the whole civilised world rejoices with them. This is one of the most desirable homes in Central Kentucky nnd when sold at uny reasonable price, should prove n great Kirgnin to the fortunate bidder. the i.in. DR J. W. WEBER I Ji Chiropodist I J FISHERMEN RETURN. Foot Doctor Guaranteed to remove After a weeks outing on Hock-tt- l custle .river, the Isaac Walton's last Monday morning ami 'port a delightful tiip. Their return re-(j- jj ill was hastened by some of the boys, "getting off their feet" one of the Corns. Bunions, Ingrowing Nails Falling Arches and other troubles of the feet WITH OUT the use of the KNIFE. OFFICE AT THE SIMPSON HOUSE. number, Mr. Sauflcy Hughes being confined to his home utl week suffering with n bud case of tonsilitis. Jim llenzley still holds the record for the largest fish cnught, he having landed two small mouth bass that weighed a littlo over four pounds each. UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT. Will be in Lancaster every Wednesday and Saturday. Mr. Hanks Hudson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson, was serious-,'Injured Saturday afternoon on Mnple Avenue when the pony he wus riding was struck by ait automobile, He was thrown from the pony with great force and his hi ft le,; was broken below the knee and n very painful flesh wound wns inflicted. He wus taken to the Dnuvilh and Boyle County Hospital where, he is 'J? doing as well as could bo expected under the circumstance. lhinvllle Advocate. With a heart nnd soul filled with Master John Morgan Holtzcluw, twelve year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holtzclaw, who live on the Crab Orchard pike, is taking' ! 1. .. i . .. . . . . T h uuik ui tlic nuirr uy uuiiuilllg Ills three year old mule, "Sallie Durham", to three of the most worthy causes, now before the American public. This mule will be sold on the streets of Lancaster next county court day, October -- 8th, on the public square for the benefit of the new GilbcrU Creek Church, the Lancaster Hcd Cross Chapter und the Y. M. C. A. This is the plan he proposes and was worked out in his own simple wny; The mule will be sold on the stepping bi.l plan, that is everyone bidding will pay the umount over and above the proceeding bid, at the time of bidding; after all bids arc exhaust ed, the mul will again be sold, thlr, time to the highest bidder, who will get the mule. The entire proceeds of both sales will be turned over to Mr. J, W, Klmore, treasurer of the Gilberts Creek church, who will be instructed to divide the money into three equal parts, and it will be given to the associations named above. "Sallie Durham" should bring a record price and the clever young donor will receive the thanks and plaudits for his unusual generosity. This young man is investing every cent of his money in Wur Stamps and Liberty Uonds, an example that could well be emulated by older persons in this community. patriotism, Hymn pimples. "Oh. boy, where do via go from hero?" I laugh, with tight reeling In my lliroct. Lean, lithe, tanned, swinging boys. The whites of their eyes nre clear, tl.olr skins glow. Lord, the frcth life of them! On. on, tnrough aisles of plant trees. Sometimes a boy turns his head westward. What's he thinking of as he nenrs the Hell un eaithi Folks back home. He iin't thinking in terms of Liberty Bonds. He's just tort of wondering if we're going to ttick behind him, God, we arc, boy I BEFORE only way we can i to buy bonds. You are giving your life. What the devil do wo care about You'll get your our dollars? coffee and stunt If wo have to pawn the shirts off our backs. That's the way we feci today. Never you doubt It. Six billion dollars! Will we give it! Watt ftnd seel 'N fancy I see them winding TO THE PUBLIC. of Garrard County, ara call.d upon to report to this Board any mala person bstwsan tha aft. of 18 to 45 Inclu.Iva, who ara Idta or who ara not anfafad In productive occupations or employments, under tha Covernmants work or fight order as sat forth In tha aacond edition of tha Selective Service Regulations. Local Board for Garrard County, Oct. 10th. 1918. All cilii.ni up the white road of France, our boys. The fair youth cf our land, flung into this hell- of the damnable tuln uc.'ause vanity of one man with six un wounded sons. What has the Kaiser given but words? I see the checker-boar- d fields of France, unhappy France, and our own marching up tho road. I can hear voices floating back to ine. Familiar phrases! "You "Old Scout!" "You bttcha!" "Treat 'em rough 1" I II CAR I haar toniri. Yankee Doodle sung at it was never sung before. I 1 huCentr.tl Hucord, Thursday, Oct 10 1918. A Soldier He is doing this for you. Facing Death For You When you think of that man don't you want to do something to prove that you appreciate what he is doing for you? Of course you do. Then act on your desire and buy Liberty Bonds which will help to safeguard him and to bring Somewhere in France today, at this very minute, there is a soldier looking straight into the face of death. By night and day, in storm, in rain, in cold and gloom, facing a hundred deaths he never hesitates a minute but does his duty without a thought of hesitation and without a thought of reward. What are you doing for him today? ' him back home. After you have bought all you can tell your friends to do the same. Buy Liberty Bonds Today Any Bank Will Help You This Space Contributed 'to Winning the War by citizens National Bank, W. A. Speith, R. E. . J. W. Sweeney, C. S. J. E. Stormes, J. F. Holtzdlaw & & Son, Haselden Bros., J. R. Mount and Co., J. E. Dickerson, James V. Smith, National Bank. David Rankin, The Puritan, McRoberts, Lyons, Sanders, D. A. Garrard Bank Thomas, Trust Co., Central Record, Mrs Hallie Dunlap, John M. Ross, G. M. W. B. Ball, W. A. Dickerson, Theo. Currey. ft i v . I The Boy From Next Door used to sec him swing gaily down the street, radiant with the vigor of his sturdy young manhood. One day he came home in khaki; then his father told you, with mingled pride and foreboding, that he had 0U It stirs every American heart lines? Who was not thrilled to read of the American soldier who supported a wounded comrade, and fought his way with the little detachment back through the Boches to the American deeds of valor. We can fight and we MUST fight. And we must WIN, no matter how heavy our burdens may be. We have the opportunity at home to show our patriotism by .other "gone across" with his regiment. Yesterday his name was on the casualty list "slightly wounded" and your face grew grave as you thought of the sorrow and suspense of his father and mother. From every city street, every village, every community, the boy next door hns gone to war. Think of theBO thousands of splendid young Americans, reared in comfort, peace, and security, now suddenly plunged into that roaring inferno of battle with the hardened hordes of a desperately determined foe. That is only one deed of heroism among the many happening every day and looked on as a matter of course by the boys fighting for us over there. It shows the stuff that's in them. They are our own sons and brothers. e Is stuff in us over here? the-sam- go on spending our money for things we like. We must set up new standardswar standards and stick to them loyally. we've got to battle with. We can't go on living as we used to. We can't Oar former habits are the Huns What are you doing to help them? What are you doing to arm and protect them, and bring them home in safety? Have you bought Liberty Bonds? Have you bought all you possibly can? Has It occurred to you that on mora Bond, bought with little additional effort, may save the life of the boy from the naxt boor? From now on there can be only one standard for those of us who fight behind, the lines by saving and lending We must buy bonds to our utmost Buy Another Bond! The Central Record, Thursday. Oct 10, 1918. LET US Do 3 ACT QUICKLY the right thing nt the INTERESTING right LETTER. It n D I time. Act (u!ckly In time of danger. In time of kidney danger, Doan'u Kidney J'ilU are most effective. Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Plenty of evidence of their worth in this vicinity. It. C. Knulkner, It. K. I). No. a. Hot l.'il, Paint Lick, Ky., -- ays: "I autfered for ome time from n veil', back nnd there was u dull piiih thru my lolnx, which giM' me muih trim-.1 learned about 1 j ou'it Kidney I'flls nnd ued tliem .m ! they soon removed the aches and rnint. My endorsement out freely expresses iny high opinion of thin reliable remedy". Price flOc, nt nil denli'M. Don't strength. simply nsk for a kidney remedy get One could hardly stny here wi'hout Duan's Kidney I'ills the mime th.U absorbing the energetic nir ot the I Mr. Faulkner hail. iter .Milburn "boys In khaki". An r.troplunc (' o., dfgif , HufT.i.u, N nbove in this afternoon. itn their nose ili,e- - and tail spins, furnished Buy MORE Bonds g enthusiasm nnd uimlj us roaliie tluil our part on tne ground CARTERS VILLE. was small nnd liiiignlficniit I A Curtlss, The little dnttghtcr of KY Andy Uobinfin, si very Mr. und Mi motor,blend newglistenng witn the diorly planes HI. in sun, Cephus, noil of Mr. and Mrs. Andy and the red, white anil blue horizontal rudder, symbolizing liberty nnd vict'onn, ii better at this writing. tory, augmented by the white and Mikx Cora Payne visited her sister, IE 31 blue circles on the pintles, was n sight Will Parson at the weeks end. Mrs. that is beyond my power to describe. ' IY111 liip.toii ore Twenty-fou- r Mi ami Mrs. planes have just arrejoicm: over the nrm.i! f i. line rived nt West Point and the mechangirl. ics nre assembling them lis fast as The hangers tire already nor poiibU Mm. hlua ( onti is visiting daughter, Mrs. V.. II. Whit'ed this up r.nd the landing fields ready, so by the last of next week, things should week. be ready for battle practice and bomb Now is the time to buy and save money. We Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hrmit isit formations of plane; in the air ed Mr. mid Mn. Adue Ito'jiiueii !.n.1 This aviation ficjd at West Point lJuarunlce every cur we Sum!,,. is only temporary, as the main field - to be at Stithton. I laid it out Miss I.ennu Ilollon of the Carte.J Bulck Roadster ille School visited home folks lust three weeks ago, and have the honor of being the only man in my departS iturday night rnd Sunday. 1915 Buick, five passenger ment that could be trusted with this Mr. William Holland of ('jntliianti v sited Mrs. Susie Ken fro the past important work. Thus myeth Mr 1916 Oakland, five passenger Khrenborg. week end Today ve.piused through the bat1910 Overland, five passenger Wylie viriled Miss Mg';ie her tle fron' bctwc.n Khrims and MtU parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Carter in minaiure. This Is here the c'- ,?4.50 Three 1917 Fords $4G0 but .Moudu). ficcrs "play war". hous.es Little Vr- - Jinn lie .f neat 1'rcirt tbcut t'vo feet square arc placed n SEE US AT ONCE. I Mrs I ir-uled M they stand in reality and the trenches V, ylu en.1 t t! we?1 and listening posts and dugouts arc Revival meeting is announced nt located ns they are on the front, Carters Chapel to begin Wednesday Lines of bricks laid end to end define Oct. the Sth. r.verlody inviti I. the railroads and highways and stakes .Mr. nnd :ir. .Martin ureen and driven in the ground eery four feet, I.. I J CONN. Proprietor cluloren, and Mr. l!ud Starns visited outline the "firing en the clock' I went Mr ar I Mr Jclf Davis last Sunday system of point locution Danville, Kentucky. Walnut S'ro ct. into one of the dugouts and there I i! ii ii found a slit about four inches hlh ii it Buy MOKE Bond:. II Hi 11 and t.o feet long to look through, an iiliilnile, uitn two sights, was pivited nt the outcrmoit end nnd by swinging this the angle of any point could be determined. A second ilit" out a known distance from the first was equipped likewise nnd by kiiuultnnsaus observation from these two points, the angle of any point nnd, by trigonometry, the distnncc can be readily determined. Thus do the artillerymen learn to loente tl.; target, und after three shots, up1 able to place the exploding shell where they wish. The first shot is AT for line, the recond, for trajettory ant the thjrd for detonation or ex plosion, so that upon the fourth shot they can fire nnd explode a shall upon any point they wish. The artillery range is alive with the reports of "French "S's" and machine guns, from eight in the morning until four in the afteinotn and the observation balloon an up four ami five thousand feet nil the while, recording the hits and mapping the country. This war is some game; facinnt.ng, PROMPTLY AT 10 A. M. alluring, wonderful. The wen here. ubout 8,000 tire taking intensive training and work ten hours a day. one of 60 Acres- - -- one of 50 acre one of 40 A tract of 100 acres Ihey nre 11 fine iot 01 fellows, phy one of 25 acres. acres sically, nnii morally, clean fresh and strong." I ALWAYS SELL TO SUIT THE BIDDERS. So will .sell Separately or any LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Homer Tiniley writes interestingly of the work being done at West Point and Stllhton, nt the latter place he is now located. In n recent letter to his mother, Mrs. Iila Tlnsley, we quote: "Sptnt the day nt West Point on Transmission location from Louisville to Ktilhton. Muldrniigh Hill is 11 mountain about three hundred feet high that separates the table lands of Stllhton flu in the Ohio rivi tulley nnd I have spent Ilia week i run nlng tcntntixo traverses .tf ti.'i hill. HoU'th mid rocky, steep" i"i I timbered, but we r.re "carrying .t" n.id 'energy anil determination give us Pure Paint You can depend on paint made of pure white-lea- d and pure linseed oil. It gives Kreatest covering power and longest weaf1, Dutch Boy white-leamixed with pure linseed oil, ma!;e3 weatherproof paint. For interiors, it assures a beautiful, smooth surface, easily washed. Any tint. Whether you buy of us over the counter, by mail or by t.lophone, you will have our best service. Our stool: b complete and reliable. Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, CZZ.CZ.C C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. C. McRoberts Diaw A Check s;ll. 1018 $1150.00 550.C0 025.00 600.00 $425., for the money yoiiove unit note how inueh more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business In a busiress like way. Better open such an account even it your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 118 ti anvilie iuick Oo ir THE NATIONAL BANK OP CQp.fQl A. K t I ANCASTER. 265 ACRES - OF - $50,000 Prej-d.n- Surplus $30,000. DENNY. i J. I!. HirrH, J. R. STORMKS. Vice Pres't. S. (.. DENNY. Cashier. J. L. (jIM., Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. LINCOLN COUNTY LAND BUSINESS. (5. U. Swir.ebrcBd, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey. J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. AUCTION WEDNESDAY OCTOBER ?3rd SUBDIVIDED INTO SEVERAL TRACTS. .size farm you want. Kentucky's Great Trots 46th Fall reeling Sept. 30-Cc- t. "12, rrroar.rr ' 1918 .. 4? mile from LOCATION Krouts on Mct'ormack Church pike, miles Dnnvillc nnd Hustonville pike, nis miles from Danville, two and one-hah mile from Q. & C. R.R., two miles from L.&N. R.R. from Morelaiul, In tfood neighborhood, close to schools and churches. Country school nt corner of farm, Graded and High School three miles. DESCRIPTION Level and gently rollinir, fertile, 80 acres of rich bottom land, no waste land, everlasting water, fencing good, good orchard, also orchard at each tenant house. The farm lias been well talien care of, has been In the Moore family for over d fifty years. Recently came into the hands of the present owners by purchase in settlement of e.sl.ile of 1). R. Moore, and is now on the mai-kto sell and will be sold. 112 acres sown to wheat, 7(1 acres lo go in corn, GO acres of neadnw, 15 acres of onts. balance in k'ra$s. Will Lc sold on vusy terms. Possession January 1st, 1019. oiie-eijrnt- h lf one-fourtinheri-tance'anel two or more tracts together to make the r. :m'it fiTtir . $ I 3,rxi ti.i .' 11 HaLth The Other Way Round. 1I )........ llrrnl'-rTli- - l'ulii. It. '...r.dil.k . iitiiiii. Kltlier success or failure comes to t7 I'lj.., r.K-l. l.'DO 'tin : it it.- - , r.iius . l,HO those who stray nwuy from the beaten 3U4 l'ln, MU mi'miv.. (n u.iicr. paths. Winnipeg Telegram. tcesh '.v, crToiirit i . .... ......K I rre-- r Trulllnl . t I it Corar-uMi. I'fnlitfUr lnleril .dipt IIille li'Uril 'lr.'l.li.ff mi . l,itia Ifsntite tj.s. Trutlinj . . lllu, l'ntln I ("Ml . I IK f Is... lv5 Fresh. 1.03 I la.., 1'acios TVlJ-IU.'- . 0TOiV..rj S FMi Dealer Fresh, mum? Whv. !ti (nmli.rU.nil. lint 4rlnx KiiM i).v. ocToarn the imfortunntu IWi breathed his last IMnnrr NUU, 1 1.500 I'silns, fhmnlt llul.l, I ln, Trvlllnf Jtit ns It saw you cumin'. HiHoii leve- :ns 111,, I.VIMI tiu.1 , &)t3 lUt 1'hiIdk lling Transcript. .,, . IJiO till C'Uu, Trollies K 3 , 1,1100 2;U9 tin.., Tildas H - t.l.Uml. 5U3 Tlulllus . THVIiMI.W. OClOHKj: 3. , I'jihK I'liliirll, Tli imttini: Trn.tlttiilN, S:O0 Trulllnv, ., 3.IHH) f.m 1:1)1) l,lHIO Trultrr ..... 1... Trulllnl so T Mnvpn. 'M-r- . c., ,.)!) C0l l.ioe !.' !.- I,51) - tli, IJMJ 8.U1I1I .......,.... iv l,l")U t.lHIl i.lH'l IJIM !., 1JMII) ACHES AND PAINS QUICKLY Ultra in: U... ium, Trunin DON'T OVERLOOK THIS FARM YOU MAY MISS A BARGAIN. dwelling, hall and tw IMPROVEMENTS Almost new 7 room porches, two stock barns, one a large new barn, one of the best in County two tenant houses, all necessary outbuildings. No at my auction sales. No excess contracts, REMEMBER purchasers know they receive a fair deal. For further particulars iniiihe of John M. Helm, Ilrumfield, Ky., or K. C. Kuhnnk, Perryville, Ky., or two-story RELIEVED 0cT011r.1t The lllue irHM. "iiOt lailits The Islington (In.., rrulllnic til ruintr. riftcUis ratios . . I.euo; 1.000 tllO 4 ,s t.000 , tll Tiirnnr, Km, TrollliK U- -, I'll-- .. l,HU 1.IHHI 1,IHMI ocroni.it , . t.oou1 1.1)0.1 tU tl!6 CU... 1.00 J Trultrrt . rlllllAV AMI K.Tfll1).V, Trulllne I'ltllilK . I .IHIII l.OUO OCTOU1. II II You'll find Sloaa'a Liniment softens tho severe rheumatic ache It on freely. Don't rub It In. lust let It ttnelrate naturally. What a tense of soothing relief toon follows! External aches. ttuTncss, soreness. cramped muscles, strained sinews, lack "cricks" those ailments can't Ctht oil the rclieins qualities of Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient, economical. Ask tny drujjut for it. Most Noted Trotters and Pacers of America In Great Speed Contests Each Day ENOS SeENCCR, CIIU.C. IIAUUU. It. U. UNUStYl rut t)r.ui; k KnUal SWINE BROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. V. K. A mSULARLY --star Commercial School INCOHPOKATSD INSTITUTION OK LEAHNINO LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MOSS, Advertising Manager. J21 GUTHRIE STRtET, North ol TostoiTicc LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY j Train yourur rnon und rainen for Business cr Civil Service positions. All wno tJetirt to cjualify for either or both lines of employment should writs for full information at once. 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 10, 1918. HARD FIGHT 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 IJoys. other well known brands, in the most Our OVERCOAT stock never was 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 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, $15. STETSON HATS, WILSON BROS SHIRTS, COOPERS UNDERWEAR. We propose to keep the quality up no matter what the circumstances may be. Large Line Of Men's and Womens Fine Shoes. HOUSE OF QUALITY. JAS. W. SMITH, Lancaster, Kentucky. CcprrlgM Hut Bchffsr A Uui the entire country, as well ns all military operations and the Industrial to the activities equally essential success of the war, ami in irtue of authority vested in it by law ihe State Board of Health of Kentucky SL hereby istues its proclamation all places of amusement, schools, Cards have been received by relachurches and other places of bly and advises against and ducour- tives and friends, telling of the safe ages all unnecessary travel imd social .rrivul "over there" of Oscar Beazlcy, visiting in this commorwealth until of Stanford, Ky., Route 4. Signed. the epidemic is over. The above is a fair likeness of DR. JOHN' GvSOUViI. Pres., Swope, third DP.. J. N. McCORMACK, Sorty Sergt. John William Bowling Grien, Ky. C:t. Mil. liMS.' and youngest son of Mrs. Bright Herring, from whom she has received word that he has arrived safely overINFLUENZA seas. He belongs to the well known much better than I can write them. I' would have written sooner but we have oil been so busy since we left over there that wc haven't had time, butwill try to do better in the future so don't forget to answer real soon. Sister dear, and don't forget to send me that picture of the baby. I am as ever, with love and good uishcj Your loving Brother, Henry T. Grimes, Battery A., 322 F. A Am. Ex. Forces. Of course I week on the Stevens, went over in the city r.nd looked I tried to make sinie purnround. chases, such ns shirts, collars etc, but besides finding everything nbout 50 per cent higher than In the States, I was unable to get what I wanted. The crowds there In the stores and streets makes it awfully hard to navigate. A contingent of American troops had arrived that morning and were marching thru the city from the docks to the cump on the outskirts. All the populntion turned out and cheered them, nnd I saw Just about ns many little American Hags as I ever saw at one time. Write me a long letter, Bowman, and tell mc all your doings. (Jive I my love to Mother and Grandpa. shall write Francis n short letter tho I havent a thing to tell. Your Brother, Lucien." The following letter from Private Grorrr Huffman, telling of the splendid work of the Red Cross, which must be a great inspiration to the ladies of the Local Chapter, Is gladly printed in these columns that others may see and hear of the work being done by the American Red Cross, To the Central Record, Uvni.Lt iiul ldui a Km i soon. Your loving ton, The Central Record ssuKu Weekly. INCORPORATED. $1.50 a ri,- - long i year. I KHAKI J. . ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Entered al lbs I'o.l offlc In Lancaster, Second CIai Mail Matter. COLUMN! 1 Houard COLORED SOLDIER DIES. Kj.. Member Kentucky and Press Association Elbert Rice who for many yeir drove the delivery wagon for Theo Currey, died at Camp Taylor yesterday morning after n few days illnes Eighth District Publishers League. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OIHies ... 5.00 10.00 or County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line the Slate 10 An Advisory Proclamation br For Cards, per line For all publications in the interBoard of Health. est of individuals or expression of individual views, per Whereas, INFLUENZA, a highly 10 Infectious disease, in a lln severe and 05 fatal form, is wide spread In the At' Obituaries, per line being caused lantic coast states, and only by the easily recognized Pficffer Lancaster, Ky.. October 10. 1918 germ which is spread along lines of travel, and in communities and fnm ilies, only by coughing nnd sneezing people who ought to be in bed or in their rooms, has been brought to Kentucky and, not being an officially quarantinablc disease, threatens to and is likely to become a widespread the epidemic in Kentucky unless DEMOCRATIC TICKET. prompt and intelligent cooperation of the people can bo secured in comFor United States Senator. bating It, and. A. O. STANLEY, Whereas, The precautions here adof Henderson, Kentucky. vised, important as to coughs and colds, are made especially so in the For Congreas emergency now upon us for the proHARVEY HELM, tection at all times of our soldiers of Stanford, Kentucky: with thousands being called to the colors by the selective draft to reach the camps within the next few weeks, DRASTIC STEP as well as farmers, industrial operaTAKEN AGAINST THE INFLUENZA. tives and the noble daily women laboring for the support and comfort county are of our own and the allied armies, and, Lancaster and Garrard complying to the letter nnd the spirit Whereas, The control of this disof tic order sent tmt lat Mondny ly ease, if successful, must come from Health, closing all an educated public sentiment which the State Board of public meeting places in an effort to will patriotically demand the volunarrest the spread of the influenza tary nnd systematic isolation in his epidemic and to hold contagion to a home or In a hospital during the . The act- prevalence of the disease in any niiumum in this Garion was recommended by the of every person who is rard County Council of Defense at a with cough nnd sneezing, and meeting held in the court house last especially that such person shall not ,loiiuy evening. enter or remain In any public conThe City Council of the city has veyance, picture shows, or other asissued u proclamation, ordering the sembly until the diseare Is under closing of all schools, churches, pool- control, nnd that, therefore. rooms and picture shows in the city Be it resolved, That this Board, in and the Board of Trustees of the Lan- the discharge of n manifest public caster Graded and High School order- duty and by virtue of authority ed the' school closed last Tuesday, un- vested in it by law, hereby urges that til next Monday c: Liter, should the all patriotic people who show sympepidemic be not underTontrol by that toms of this disease, promptly isolate time. thcmrelvcs in their homes, for the A few cases of the epidemic have proteotion of the public, and in their and rooms for the protection of their been reported in the county everything known to science will be families, and that a mask of two used in un endeavor to stop spread thicknesses of gauze or cheese cloth in its infancy. be worn over the mouth and nose County where for any Miss Jennie Hlggins, reason such delation School .Superintendent, has ordered cannot be made complete; It advises all school of the county closed until people to keep away from all places further notice in conforming to the of asfembly in any community where orders of the State Hoard of Health. the disease Is prevailing: and it hereThere will be no Sunday schools or by expressly forbids public funerals church services at any of the church- for those dead of the disease and es of (he county next Sunday and forbids itinerant shows kind the same will be true of till the from entering or making exhibits churches in Lancuster, within the limits of this CommonThe proclamation issued by the wealth. If these precautions are deState Hoard of Health last Monday Is manded by public sentiment and as follows: systematically 'carried out by every "Upon urgent official advice from family and community, there need be the Surgeon General of the United little cause for alarm, and the disStates Public Health Service, who is ease will soon be under control. with the acting In full By authority of the Board. Surgeon General of the Army and J. G. SOUTH, President. National Council of Defense, and Rye middlings. Cucoanut oil Maal, based upon such a rapid spread of influenza as to endanger the health Tankac, hart and inula faad. Hudson, Hufhaa and Farnau. and lives of the civil population over 2& The following Interesting letters to his sister nnd brother have been reccved from Lucien Grant, aboard the U. S. S. Stevens. "Friday the 1th. Lincoln Division commanded by MaJ. Dear Frances: Gen. Hale, composed of some of the I hope you will excuse if 1 best trained Kentucky and Indiana write nothing Interesting, but the1 boys, known as the 84th Division, only happenings of which I know nre "Over there". thos which censorship regulations do not permit me to' tell you Really, tho, I haven t had any vety exciting experiences: I havent seen n single real German sub. But there have been sinkings nil nround here nnd fairly frequently: 2 last Sut.dny, 1 Monday and 1 yesterday. I wish you could sec this country, of ovciy- toic for tbt r,unintnt' thing than anything else. The girls Ircss very much like American girl.", except that most of them enr n sprlrg. Kllrrt had only been in lh. icrvfce ,.;-, a short having left here with the Utt contingent of mr - wicks ago. about hrtHe wus n good boy a i I his le.itli will to Ii ained with rer t bv hvre, both wlul nnd colored of infuenza, He was a son of Nannie Rice of this city and this is the second son she has lost since our entry into the war Her other son, Joe like, having .Hod et Camp Ty!or lust MACCABEES TO MEET. The Macrabee Tent of this city ha been invited to attend n celebration of the order at Junction City on October loth, where they will celebrate nnd present to Commander M. I". Elkin, a handsome trophy, which hr has recently won, by securing more members tu this honorable body than all other contestants, he having won bv more, than 300 lx-- r cent over his nearest competitors. Grand Commander D. P.. Markey, will attend this meeting and present the trophy. Wa are prepared to say that A happy anil eloquent roponre will be made by Commander Elkin, whose untiring work has meant o much for the order In Kentucky. tamoshanter (usually red), sitting on their head at an angle of about 45 degrees. The boys wear knickcr- bockcr trousers nnd yarn stockings which they fold over just below the knees, leaving them, bare. And funnier still are the little caps resembling those of baseball players which they stick on the back of their head. I have just begun to be able to understand the Irish jargon a little. t first I could hardly get a word. His address is Hg. Co., 335th Ueg. Whenever 1 play golf, I always 84th Division, A. E. F. hove n good time talking to my cadMrs. Herring feels justly proud of dy, if ant lucky enough to get one having three sons in the t.ervicc. that will talk. One thing I have noticed, the average Irish have fur The following letter from Henry more color than any American. They T. Grimes, of the county, who is say its' due to the climate, but I "Somewhere In France", has been re- can't see that continuous rain would cause that. ceived by his sister nnd family. I am going to try to get a few days 'Somewhere in France Aug. 25, 18. leave and sec Kilhimy's lakes and Dear Sis and family: Then when we go to Will try and answer your most mountains. welcome letter that came to hand a Liverpool for any length of tlaie, (if few days ngo and will, say that this wc do) I'll have to go down to Lon1 Ijtncaster, K. leaves me in good health ns always don. I and of course you will know that we arrived over seas safely. We arc located in a camp, nice place and are working hard every day us usuul, preparing to do our little bit when our hope it wont be so time comes and long at that, for this is one job that the boys are all unxtous to get finished up and when it is over it is the good old U. S. A., for me, for there isn't anything over here that looks good to me, of course, I guess 'wo haven't seen tho rf France, but gee t'.s, you oupht to se them over here, they nre iiliou- n hundred years btl'iiiit the time?, or they seem that way to me. Ttuy work oxen nnd wheel rurts drive one horse high tundom style and cut gram with n way. cycle in the old fashioned Nothing like the good old states, so believe me I sure will be bark in the good old states when this is over. Oil, yes, don't forget to send me that picture of you and the baby. I sure would love to see it. bet I could you spoil it for you, Very glad named him for me, 1 haven's any pictures of myself just at present so cant send you any and don't think there is any place to get one taken From all the reports that come back from the front, things are going good and all in our favor, so It may not be so long before we come homo again and I can tell you things so 1 bc-i- t 1 do wish I could sec you It seems I far more than three months sinre left Annapolis with you all. Writo and tell me nil the news. It's been five weeks since I received one so you can't write too ninny. I just happened to think thnt your school will have started when you get this. Don't you want to take music lessons; I'll pay for them. Let me know. With lots of love, Lucien. Bowman; have been here 23 days now, and not a word from any of you yet; In fact, It has been nearly six 'weeks since I heard last. There is still hope left within me, tho, and it Is tlonger than ever. Dear I I haven't written very iftcn my- self, I must admit, for I have been ut sea most of the time and then when I'm not on watch or working, all I lee! like is tun,l;i,i in nnd rnooing We have been in for severul days this time, but it has ruined every day so I have gone nshore only once. That on. time I attended a Gordon the Admiralty Hoi'ju here, Fete held for the benefit of the. Red Ctoss. There was dancing and Usides that' every known kind of gai.io to take your money. The beautiful Irish lace mid ether pieces of hii diwork were Just a bit too dca for me. I was in Liverpool ono day last .t As I have a little snare time this morning Iwill write a few lines in i regards to the Red Cross workers. I left Camp Shelby Miss., Sept. 12, 11)18, nnd nm now in Camp Milts, N. s Y. I feel it my duty to write u for the benefit of the Red Cross workers to the U. S, Soldiers. They nre n friend to every boy that wears the khaki. They treated the boys at OUR RECORD. almost every town from Camp Shelby! to N. Y. They gave us fruit of alii llun...n t.iiticism Unci., i ir kinds nnd Iced ten and cakes. I write for the purpose of the people crease. Tnc proportion of su k'i to the population has changeJ sine helping the ladles that are doing their bit for the boys that nre fighting Barnum's i iiiyrnm. Or per!iu. he for their freedom and for the dear overestimated human gullibility? Anyhow, our fellowmen sli.iv n old red, white and blue. I think it is the best thing that the people can growing reluctance to take us nt our If we (ell th'ni thai do. It helps the boys to enjoy their own valuation. we u ru clever, ve had blter 1 trip, I know by experience. hope that the people will take more inter- something clccr to prov.. it. Not that they disbelieve us. Thoy want est in the Red Cross workers. to W spared the fatigue of nnalyilnif I remain, as ever, Jur iirofcsMti . your friend, If we say that out Intention nie Private Grover Huffman, excellent when our ion Jur: lools 11. D. (J., Co. 1 19 Infantry. suspicious, they want to loo't up our Camp .Mills, N. y. record, America's motive for going to war is praiseworthy, but lUes our The following letter to his mother, record bear out this claim? Mrs. Mason Holtzclaw, from her son, Here the allies have an advantage. Howard, who is now in France, will Measure Uncle Sam's treatment of be eagerly read by his friend back Cuba and the Philippines. Utf a home. micrometer, corrosive arid, high-pow"Somewhere in France" Sept, 5th, lenses all the mechanical and Dear Mother: chemical tests In the range of science, I will take tho pleasure to drop you und try to find some Ingredient of n few lines this beautiful morning. selfishness In his conduct. The recI guess you thought I was never go-In- g ord is A 1. to write you. I have been out After Napoleon's defeat England for three weeks and couldn't write. might have despoiled France, held This leaves mo well as usual, uuj I I'aris for ransom, levied vnt lines hope It will find .you nil UieTrume, and devastated towns, llluchcr, the Well mother, what is every body Prussian, did, as n matter of history, doing around home? Busyrues. try to bring; about the execution of We are very busy hunting the Huns, Napoleon and a few other reprisals. ' and aro finding n few. It .s very Instead, tho British assisted the too, This Is sure some tree French to restore a staple govern weather we arc having at present, ment to France ami peace to all altho it is not us worm here u It is Europe. In tho States. The niosqultos are Then look at the military history very Imd nt night, but we boys can of Germany, from Schleswig to Pic-nrdcatch them. The ynr Is progressing It Is one progressive record of nicely but can't tell whjn it will to plunder. Levying huge fines on cities over. I hope 't will bo over real toon, whoso only offense is to have been so we can come back to on dear old captured this is Germany's herediiiomcs. Hell Mother, ,'ive my beat tary tradition. No other nation in nisrds to all i.f mv friends and l modern times underlies such u reall to write to me for I sure do like to proach. receive lots of ma'l. I will doso for Our record is ui material an asset this time by you all to rcmi m-- as our wheatfiel.ls and mines. It is me In vour prayera. So unte up to us to keep its value unimpaired. init The Central Record. Thursday, Oct 10, 1918. Our New FalLSuits and.Coats (Bcttipba&s have the distinctive lines and touches which stamp them as the seasons best style developments. Dra4scs cfoi at this Betty Wales Dresses Are Designed in U. S. A. Our Piece Goods Speak For Themselves, Made In U. S. A. and sold ail over the world The Joseph Mercantile Company. The One Price Store. The House of Quality. Mailable and Cast Range $85. Cast Cooks SI5. and Oliver Rid-in- tf & $35. Gossip About People N7SN2 S30. Fence-somethi- Mis Mary Elmore is confined to her bed with Influenza. Mrs. J. E. Storme is from a sprained ankle. i suffering and Walking Plows. Cambric A Brief Mention of tht Colr.ji hyThoic Wt Arc newBest and Strongest Fence made. Ohio Silo Cutter, Exclusive Grass Seeder, Reliance Pitiess Scales. John Deere 3 14 Wagon. Success Miss Jennie l.avkcy ives in Danville, this Manure Spreader, cheap. J. R., MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. f. PHONES S. I I 1 HVTFIEbD, j K Dentist. Office S. Residence 376. Lancaster, w. Funeral Lancaster, Olllce Phone 18. RIGNEY Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. r I I I 6ftN YOU FIGURE? If you enro to stop in anil InvestiKiite we will show you how wo can save you from B to 10 per cent on every article in our complete and extensive I I I ties guaranteed cure for you. FANCY GROCERIES I but still maintainiiiK our well known reliable qualito be best we can possibly the pro- Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. i iStf33 was raised, who will honor his patriotMr. and Mrs. Xulhan Uogie were Mie Kate and Lillian Kinnnird ism and wish for him a safe return visitors in Danville, Wedncsuay. are at home after n visit to relatives to his fond parents. Writing natViss-Dcl- in Tinder is spcnditi, t?v-rr- at Wilmore. The sad news reached Iinoitcr wvU. iajs with lie: sisUm, Mio H F. Capt. John M. Acton, of Auburn, this morning announcing the death loli'.rson. Ala., was in town n few days the past of Mrs. Julia May Renson, nt her Mr anil Mrs. Mclvin Parsons arc rejoicing over the arrival of n fine home in Oklahoma City, Okla. She Mis Carrie Miller is in Danville, week on business. boy. was formerly Miss Julia May Gaines the guest of Misses I.ucile and Annie Mrs. Lula Johnson has received the glad news that her son, Allen, and the distressing news came to her Mrs. Russell Crumlin spent n few Donahue. uncle, Mr. E. C. Gaines of this city. ilnys !n Cincinniiti with relatives the Mrs. W. It. Cook and Mr. Val who enlisted in the Navy several The cause of her death was pneupast week. Cook and Mrs. Rose Mason were vis- week ago, has arrived safely over monia. No details a to the time of seas. Mis burial has been rcieived. Isabella Sanfnrd was the itors in Lexington, Tuesday. Mr. and .Mrs. W. A. Speith and guest tart week of Miss Margaret Joe Wheeler arrived yesterday Doty at Marksbury. from Camp Taylor, for n stay of Misses Mary nnd Carrie Reid are now happily domiciled in the Stormes,! FOR SALE There will le no meeting of the three weeks, on a farm furlough. Apartment, vacated by Mr. and .Mrs. Women. Club, today, on account of osley Dickerson. The many friends of John McRob-c- rt Huving decided to move to the the influenza epidemic. will be sorry to learn that he is Misses Mildred Heazley, Mary Ows- country, I desire to sell privately my Mis Allic Ynnti ha relumed quite ill of Influenza at Atlanta, Ga. ley anil Wilma Henry who are at house ami one acre of land, on Maple home after a delightful visit tu relaThis is nice property and , avenue. .Mr. and Mrt. John Underwood and Transylvania, came home .Monday-nighttives in Flemingsburg. the tchool having closed on ac will sell worth the money. See me M.kcp Ella Ma and llam.i.h quick, before the "other fellow" does. count of influenza. Mis Elizabeth Gibbs left Tuesday iu visitors ..i Richmond Thuis Possession December 1st. for Guston Hall, Washington City, Elder F. M. Tinder and Mrs. J. T. Henry. and Mrs. S. G. Hasclden were where she will enter tchool. of North Middleton, arc being guests Wcdnesilay nf her parents, Mr. entertained in the home of Misses Mr. ami .Mrs. It. E. Tudor and Mrs. Powell Duncan, in Nichohs-villi- -. Fnnnie nnd Ilettie West and Mrs. NOTICE PUBLIC Ky will he the week-en- d guests George R. Robinson, today. of Mr. ami Mrs. L. J. Sanford. Since tl.c School Hoard an 1 CounMrs. J. J. Pursley and small son. Mr. Ilolberl baiim who Ins Mr. ami Mrs. Walter Uammnck left Jack, Jr., have returned to their home Ien cil of Defense have closed all tf." picture show , last week for Hendcrsonaville, N, C, in Louisville, after n two weeks visit at Great Lnkfs I'ruinirz se'iool i at schools, churches, home for a v.'t ti M. p.irentr, Mr. pool rooms and places of assembly for where they will spend tin-- winter. fto" her parents here. and .Mrs. A. II ll.ut n, b'o": leaving the time being in Garrard County, Mrs. (!, M. Patterson ha returned Mrs. Joe Miller accompanied Mr. for Iloston to enter the school. there will be no occasion for the nse home after n several days visit with Joe Hlnternish home from Covington, 1 of nn automobile on Sundays. Ed Dougherty, Ambrose Jenkins trust that there will not bo n car used and Mrs. A. I). Kirk, in Ohio. Mr. and Ic spending a few days with her and Rrndley Spratt left last Tuesday parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. Miller. on Sunday for any purpose except Miss Katherine Warriner of lor .Mussel bhoals Alabama, where where t'octrrs have to use them arrived yesterday nnd Is the Miss'Mnttio Adams who is n teach- they have secured work on the gov. attractive guest of .Mrs. S. A. Walker. er in the Smith's Business College, eminent contracts at that city. The State I'.icl Admmlwiatur ir.n Hcv. ami .Mrs. Clarence Strother, at Lexington, is the guest of her parWe are glad to report that Mus .i.iked that the names oi license m n ents, .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. of Louisville, were the week-en- d Elizabeth Joh.Uoii and Mr. Aicert ben of those who disregard this ir. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kd. C. Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Vantis ami Mrs. Ware, both of whom bnvu noen ron quett be sent to him end also pub' shllessie Dudderar returned to their lined to their hi U fo.-- sevtril week. ell i i the locr.l paper next week. Misses Toinmie Francis and Annie home in Indianapolis after a pleasant with typhiod fever, are na.v conval DR. W. A. WHEELER, Ilcllc llumsidc arc in Danville this escent. visit to friends and relatives here. Fuel Admr. Garrard Counlv, week the guests of Mrs. Guy Hundley, I'J Mr. and .Mrs. George llrowrl nnd Mrs. Lula Girdlcr of Somerset, and Miss Elsie Drawn, Mrs. Milcy Walker Mrs. Alice Adams of Denver Colo., and daughters, Misses Marie ami were guests of Mrs. J. C. ltobinson, Hazel were visitors in Danville, SatPi Tuesday, urday. , Dr. J. J. Purslcy of Louisville, has Dr. and Mrs. M. S. HutlieM. nnd Joined his wife and little ton here for interesting children, guests were WT a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. from Saturday until Monday, of lir F. Sanders. parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. T. 1!. Walter, Miss Ruth Carrier of Hamilton nt Jabcz, Ky. College, spent the past week-en- d nt Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear were visihome with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tors in Lexington, Monday. They i!) W. S. Carrier. were accompanied home by their Mr. J. D. Gulley Ins returned home daughter, Miss Mary Lee, who is at"4 after spending a wool- - with rtlativcs tending Hamilton College, .md friends in lmlianiipolis and Sliel- Miss Elizabeth Ester, the efficient As C) byville, Indiana. book-keepat the Garrard Hank ami 1 week-en- d guest of for Special Bargains in Mrs. Ilurton Woodward, is with Trut Co., was the her grandparents. Judge and Mrs. E. homefolks, ut Waco. She was no companicd home by her aunt, Miss . Harris, during Lieut. Woodward' Mattiu Estes. absence over seas. Comlngi and Interest? d In. Mr. W S. Furguson of Covington, here for a few days visit. interested to know-- that he ha emnnd is Mr. Sam Yants joined his ife here barked for oversea service, with Company C of the 11th Saturday for a visit to rclatiies. Murine, having enlisted from hi. Mis ilettic Wt is the guest this home in Washington City. Joe ha week of Mrs. O'Uannon nt Stanford. many friends in Garrard, where he iting Mr. and .Mrs. W. T. West in Cincinnati, this week. are vi. Friends of Joseph Rogers will be COME TO I Miss Minnie Brown's MILLINERY STORE i ; 9; Monday, October 28th BLACKLEGOIDS TO VS.CCINS.TC AlUINtT BlACKUa. Simple. Safe. 4nt imp torn rumm Effective. rtt. to Mtaur. N liquid t ipUL N ttrksf W IIIIU rU to U lnjcll uadu Uk Slim Umvlf soousis. for Bait t7 AAoRobertsDrug Store Mrs. Jack Casey, who has been Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Spoonaiuore of Chicago, nnd Mr. A. (!. Spoonamore, with her husband, Lieut. Casey, nt of Paris, were with Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Hnttiesburg, Miss., is now with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. II. Wilkin i Spoonumore last week. son. Lieut. Casey sailed for France I Mesdames John M. Farra, Luther several days ago. ; (iibbs, T, K. Wation, Joe Uurnside Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Hasclden, and and Mies Elizabeth Gibbs weru visit- Aimily, Mr. Joo Hasel.len, Mrj II. F. ; on In Danville, the past week. 1 Walter, Miss Kathleen Walter. Mrs. Mrs. T. T. Golf of Dover Ky., and Paftie Anderson, and Miss Alberta daughter, Mrs. J, E. N'eal of Manches- Anderson, composed a picnic pr.rly wy ter Ohio, ure guests of Mrs. Golf's to Hall's Gap, Wednesday, D son, Mr. Robert Gotf and wife. Mr. Ollio R. Carpenter assumed Mrs. J. W. Aker and son. Earl his duties at the Garrard Mill last Young, accompanied her uncle, Mr. Monday, and ho und Mrs. Carpenter John M. Carpenter, of Ited Rock, have taken rooms nt the Kcngarlun. Okln., to hit winter home In St. Cloud We are glad to welcome tliiu esti Florida, and will spend the winter In mable young couple bark Into our Hi "the land of flowers and sunshine''. mldit again. One lot of Childrens Hats 75c, One well worth $3.00 and $3.50. $1.00 and up ft lotof LadlesHatsi$l.S0, $2.50, $3.00 well worth $5.00 and $6.00 Many other bargains, but we bnveu't space to mention them. Come in timl let tis show you. Also nsk us to show you our ; A .. i rt rraiiLu-Hiiimitf- ii r r miiei boons. s MINNIE BROWN. I e The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 10, 1918. n few days. COY IS' HMHMHMIIHMMH ,1 Mi 5g j I ; tan. I .u-- C i: ,.: - 5u .S .. t 1 .'r ui. VS. -3.n ecnTtimic.il ' " TVCER 18 ' anJ it riv ' . in cot and r?," Calumet contain men intrtdttt.t o A officially by A U. 5. eiv htt f'aaj Authoritiit. f low row un Mflft fou uh If. 11. tvton buy HIGHEST. QUALITY a MeCREARY. Mr. and Mrs. Dascom Brown motored to Kichmond Tuesday, for tlie uay. .Mij Gvula Ileazley is visiting friends and relatives in Lancaster for MrK.'llertio Drawn has been spt'inl-in- g Mrs. Nan Moberlcy spent tho week- - Js neve ml days with her sister, Mrs. end with her daughter, Mia. Johnson v Hill Btuilcy. Jj Speaks. Mrs. Itolndn Hill lint cone to make Mra. Matt Nn lor o( Lnncnter, JJ her homo with her daughter, Mrs. spent last week ith Mr. nn.i Mn. ' w l.lriie Wnlkcr. X. T. (J row. Mr. Diivhl Sutton bought (our tiicu Sunders Itros oU J registered nent Ufgt frem Mr. Joe I'rnther nt Aberdeen Angus ciiif In Joo Itobin-soI l.-iper pound. for $10. Mrs. John llnmm vha Inn been visMiss I.ovie Clousc of Jessamine iting her ron in Illinois has returned was with her mother, Mrs. Mary home uftir n most delightful trip. Clouse Sunday. bright little Mrr. Homer Hny ami Mr, lleatricc Johnson and ciiil-dro- n it daughter, Kliinbetli I'osc, spent Inst of Lancaster, are visitnc her Satunlny with her mother, mother, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders Walker. Sanders Ilros homrht froir joh.i Dr. Peel nnJ Mrs. Claton Wenrren D.'iilc.v. n bunch if lifi: price Ihc. a have returned homo nfter spending also fold to V. . n bii'ii.i r 3cvcrnl days with Mr. Porter Wear-rc- n 18 cents. who remains quite ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. .o Duncan and 1st Mra. Alfred I'oynter ha as her tic daughter, llnlle It., spent Kundny guests List Thursday, Mrs. Hohnan with his father, Mr. I!. D. Dunean, w Miss Agnes near Lock 8. Uronn nnd children. j nd'l" Henderson, Mrs. Kmma Sutton and .Mr. ami .Mrs. Jim Mathews Mrs. II, G. IV) ntcr. daughter, nlso Miss I.lllic Wilmott " I were entertained Sunday at the hom J Buy MORE Bonds of Mr. Mosc Hay. Mrs. Charlie Wilson nnd sister, o j flKIJUON Mir Hessie Mitchell of Nicholasville. ' S Delayed.) W'iWK' M!.(JJ visited the'r sister, w lerlcy, the past week. Mi.-- s Martl.a Anderson is quite ill Mr. and Mrs-JanSanders i n ,JJ with inllai..atory rheumatism, Itertninoil at dinner Sunday, the ful Mr. IM llroiv sol.l n buncli of hgs ulljnK! i!(,v Shanks of .Stanford, 1 2 '' to Mi . Hcr.ry Kuble at 17 Mcssrs Anglo and John Sanders, ir. week. centf and Mrs. KlijaJi McMilliun and l.ttlc Mrs. Thos JloMillian returned A. son, Hotman, Mesdames Mary from a visit to her son, Mr. Sanders, and Beatrice Johnson nil I Jnmec McMilliun in Illinois. children of Lancaster, from Mr. Ta. ioi l r stun Buy MOKE Bonds frjm v mcii no a cainp in (; f was giwn ,.n r.o.mi.ildi dise!:.ir.:.j LANCASTER HAN SPENT Mrs. A Sj Dtnn ani grain Inui-'''- 1 ter. Miss orrai.ic BiumOM FORTUNE IN SEARCH with relatives in Jes..amino last v.ei. "I spent $1,000 in 7 year tt.i. mg Mrs. Mary A. Sanders nnd daugh specnf' sts some were with physicians, ter. Miss I'eathic Mac, of t Ijst cost.ng me $10 a visit, only to - lai ,th relator here n fait fcr h that nothing could be i' ec inc. that I had cancer or uli.j. r" " and little the stomach. Mra. Kverett Lawson I mlTcred aw fit' daughter, Margaret Neil, of I'm in my stomach, but after tuh.n- - - u Mo., were here with relatives few doses of Majr's Wonderf'i! Item the latter part of the week. edy these nil disappeared ai d for o Mrs. Sam Dalton and Miss Kva years am feeling fine." It a sin. jj Jennings were guests of the hitters pie, harmless preparation that re- - f, grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Beni. moves the catarrhal mucus from the 2 Jennings in Jessamine, the past week. intestinal tract and allays the in- practically Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Speaks are en- flammation wheh causes tertaining this week, his mother, of all stomach, liver nnd intestinal ml- Kansas, and sisters, Mrs. Huntley ments, including appendicitis. 0 c Hawkins of Oregon, nnd Mrs. Pol- dose will convince or money refui ! It. E. Mcltobcrts. Drug ed. lard, of Lancaster. Public Auction : S.ALE OF 65 Acres Of Land IN ill'. f BOYLE COUNTY, KY. ON ir. THURSDAY, at OCT M. 17th. nur-d-as- lrt 2:30 o'clock P. l,. i J of the ENTIRE TRACT. This laud is known as it patt of the Captain .Mnttsey faun and.was recently pu.chased by Messis Robinson, .Murphy and Dunn, the present owners. It was bought by them as a SPECULATION and will b- - put up to the HIGH DOLLAR and SOLD. The land litis a splerdid stoe'v barn, a splendid tobacco barn, a good let r.nt ouse, good foundation and cellar whciv former house burned, is we! I 'tntei- d and also has WATER RIGHTS with pipe laid from the DANVILLE WATER . ili! trees. WORKS. Plenty f ftuit and Beautiful yard and sp!e. li BUILDING SITES with good .'rontajro for each. WATCH DANVILLE GROW. What were the real estate VALUES t ;i:d lose to DANVILLE five joar.s ajjo? Real estate values will increas-iand rar Diinville in a k'rttter proportion in tl ? next TV.'O TO FIVE YEARS. INVEST IN THIS PROPERTY AND JUST LEAVE IT ALONE. THE ENHANCEMENT IN VALUE WILL MAKE A LARGE PER CENT ON THE INVESTMENT. For further particulars inquire of the owners, Frank Hobinsun, J. Walter Dunn, or 1 -Itin-hh- This laml h loc tcl just in the SUBURBS of thu CITY OF DANVILLE, tin the Shu'a-rtowlik ONE MILE from 'Ye Cwrt Hottsc, ims a st.lim!iil fro it- -. to ten ac. ? I.it i, with fi'ie liinmtlary uf ?G to 30 acreit. k nxiil w"I be sold in It will be so divided mid so sold so as to givo proipective inirchasi'rs an OPPORTUNITY to purchase as many a. res as thev mav desire, even to tbe e .e 'it SWIREBXOAD The Real LANCASTER, Estate fin Mr. Moil- - I.'ay ami daughter Mi Jessie 1! were in Itichmoml n part of the past week with Mrs, Ambrose Calico nnd family. Itev. N. (!. Young preached ut the M. K. Clrtirch here Sunday, having been returned brie by Conference for another years work. The Sunday School at lluckejn has the honor of a very patriotic enrollment. Despite the "lid" which nas been plaied on the Sunday gasoline tank a good number of nur faithful members have b?cn present the past KENTUCKY. I Public Sale OF wimumimwimmhimmmmI WATCH OUT NOW Ella Murphy were guests of Mrs. 'Lewis Murphy Sunday. Misses Myrtle and Orncie Teater of Jessamine were guests of .Mr. and Mr. Allen Tenter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Masters ami 'little daughter are with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Masters, of Whitlock. Itev I). I'. Sebastian will fill his regular appointments at Liberty I'.ip. tist church, Saturday and Sunday. Fine Blue Grass Farm, Live Stock and Farming Implements, on Wednesday, October at 10:30 n. m. 16th, LOCATION. One Fourth Mile North of the j;oo(l town of Perryvillc on the Harroda-butj- r has Pike Ten Miles from either Harrodsbutu or Danville. Perryvillc :'jut nov modernly built churches; one new Hitch School Ruildiptr and one very One Private Academy. Six Pikes enter this town. The Good People of this Town and Community are not to be excelled anywhere. DESCRIPTION. This place containing One Hundred Acres of very fertile land with its MhKniiieenl Lawn of Shade and Grass is conceded to be the most beautiful and y Frame ResiPleasant Place to live in Boyle Countj. There is on it one dence This is Strictly a first Clas3 One one of the best in the County Fine Lait."! Cellar Good never failint; well at IJackdoor. There is a new Stock Rani '.lCs4S Feet; Concrete Rase; Galvanized iron I.oofiii,': Rat Proof Crib; will hold !j()0 Barrels of Corn; New Tobacco Ilarn; Galvanized Iron 00.0'1 feet; Twenty-fou- r feet to eve; Concrete Foundation; Roth Darns Ilullt in 1917. Good Garage, smoke house and Chicken Rooftnn House and Tobacco Stripping Room. New Five Room Tenant House with Abundance of everlastini; stock water. The laud is, A 1 for Corn, Wheat, Tobacco and Grass, See it to be con-LaYear and vinced. This is one of the few farms that is not Tobacco Tired This beinjj the only crops ever Krown upon it. STOCK. Ten Head of Work Mules and Drood Mares.' Twenty Head of Cattle. Fifty-Tw- o Three anil Four Year old Uwes. i Twenty Five IIoks. Weighing About 100 Pounds. FARM IMPLEMENTS. Farming Implements of every Description; nirPractically new; been Used only one and two years. Dinner on Ground Terms Right. Look Farm Over Before Day of Sale. two-storst This is catarrh time, and you want Ycu may to bo on your uard. ly hae it and not know it. It n:.iy have started with what yuu thought nas a cold and a light dropIf so, it will ping in your threat get into your stcir.nch, throat nnd liowclt before you realize it ami Several from this community at- , which tendril the dedication services mucous membrane, of the should be kept in the most healthful new UnptUt church at freedom, t Pund.i;s rh r'd ful.ivned condition. Sunday. modes of travel have been revised-horsVin llepaticn is the only' thing to .Mr. nnd Mrs. Houston Singer ami rcliev-in- g back, walking, in buggies, take this time of year, not for catarrh, but fur fortifying the family of Silver Creek visited Mrs, buk hoards, ami Maggie Whlttakir Sulurda.. and a full school with work and ?;r-shi- p system againit it. It has a very is being earned on. soothing and healing effect upon the Sunday mucous membrane, It goes at once to the seat of the Buy MORE Bonds Buy MORE Bonds trouble nml ussists .unture in restoring the membrane to its normal condition, thoroughly cleanses ami tones Come in nnd up the entire system. get u bottle now. I!. K. .Mcltobcrts, Druggist, Ky. Buy MORE Bonds GUNN'S CHAPEL. ' Mrs. W. II. Kay visited Mrs. II. M. Kurtz, Sunday. Misses l.ennu and Iva llollon !cnt , the week end here, Mrs. llobart Teater visited Mrs. Hny Noel Sunduy. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Chandler of Lancaster are here with relatives. The children of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz huvo been ill the past week. Mr. und Mrs. Dock Simpson entertained it number of friends nt dinner Afl persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the First and Second Issue with Ihis bank, and who want the same converted into bonds bearing 4 4 per cent Interest will please notify us as soon as possible so that we may arrange for the conversion. Respectfully, W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 1-- NOTICE OK We Citizens National Bank I.ANCASTKIt. KY. - s.u Buy MORE Bonds as.'O0i.finuvi4sjj liuy MORR Bonds Sunday. R. H. DEVEE, PHONE 64. PERRYVILLE, KY. COL. I. M. DUNN, Capt. Geo. L. Toombs, Auctioneers. Misses Myrtle and Christine Davis 2 spent u part of lust week with Mrs. J Land. IJolui Harvey Tenter and Iiutli-for- d Kain were in Lexington the lir.it of the week. Mr. Klbert Teater entertained a number of young folks at his home Kriday evening. Mesdames Minnie McCulley and llobart Teater spent Tuesday with Mn. Louie Noel. Mr. Thompson Davis purchased a tract of land from Mr. Smillie Hill, nt $250 per acre. Mesdames Win, Stotts und Lou ttatCtttMMMMMIMHWMMMMMIWMMtlMss. TREES. WE GROW A COMPLETE AS- ! SORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVERGREENS, AS- - tact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden". iJAKAUUS-i- n FREE CATALOG. H. F. HILLENMEYER and SONS, Lexington, Kentucky. (No Agents.) The Contral Record, Thursday, Oct 10. 19 18. THE PROMISED LAND. The Anslo-Enxon- a coloniicd Amer- len for the benefit of the Jev. Thi at nny rate, ha lnn been tha ton-- , nnti- mi i t. on of i.i.' envious 1 v i IP'. II tt l il.e ;l i; Ijr 1 Itenelit of the Anijip-- i f' the u'.ti uik, but the ultimate bcmllriMr-f- , i, ui 'iir deneral Allulibv. hnvt- i railier lite. The "vineyHnk :cMm-.ii,- .. v. ,liiiii.;il nut" are H M!.:niru hurvett totbr)'. jf at in America tho n T'i . n i'i 'levyp v.i.niian mmpaixna ' 11; 7 Statement , Of The Ownership, Manage- I ment, Circulation, Rtc, Required By Aug- Thi Act of Coiigresc of ust Z4th, 1912. I SALE OF .I, 'tr. Live 1 iS t o c ko tin ir nentimri lnl tathei than their ittrntett.c .Kmt:iticc. and to tV" hotr at thu Kairer from Na.ar-etvt the liartien of I'.den ii Imiej-rar- ii nt'.'.t imnahifi the effect Irennot iliernlb)e to f wbli Ii e-1 vi i ;. i hrrn- i". c w ii j u 1'iipaiunie. i. e Throe miles west of Huena Vista, Garrard County, Kentucky, on Wednesday, Oct. I6t:i '18 HejrinninK promptly at 10 o'clock A.M., will sell at Public Auction, all of the following1 live stock. 1 Pair of '1 year old horse mules, 15 hands high pair of o year old horse mules 15 hands high. 1 1-2 pair of 3 year old horse mules 14 hands high. I pair of .1 year old mare mules 15 hands high, 25 head of extra good high grade yearling steers, all Roans and Reds, weight GOO pounds; 10 head of extra good yearling heifers; 7 good Red GERHNY'Ssifis milk cows, all short horns; 5 extra good fat cows; 12 head of good high IN THIS WAR weanling Run calves, this is 12 of the best old grade short-hor- n Teirrfic Indictments of Han I'arcticrs calves m Garrard County; 0 lighter weight yearling steers. 1 1- -2 r forvoutn thv lisaat that l.ti when CoiuUnti-nobl- e from beenme ncceanlWe to tieim.iny by ayiunce with lliil:irla7"An empire extending from the North Sen to the Persian 'lulf cftn never lie bloek-nileil- " wiu the pionouniement, but the empire's boundaries ore nnrrower today. If the allies continue their advance in Syria and Mesopotamia they will soon hold n line cxtcnillnK from the HIack Pea to the Mediter ranean, locking the taatcni door of Aia Minor. Moreover it baa lately been declared by Professor Scolt and other Kiain experts that tho Mcopotaniiun wheat crop can proviile abundantly for the allied armies. And since the Harden of IMen is no longer needed to support Adam's immediate family circle, it may as well feed those of his remoter proceny ns are worth preserving. It would be a mlstnke to let any of its produce appeai-- c ap petites at PoUdam. ilHe itine D. Of the Central Itecord, puhlihe ' weekly at Lancaster, K entile! "i October 1st, l'JIft. Stnte of Ky, Ccunty ef f,rr 'I. DtsnMst Before roe, a Notary l'nt)ic In ami Oirice at Itainey a Livery StMr for the State nml county aforesa per enally appeared K.-Llkiti, wbu Luiiciister. Iem.i bavins been duly jworn according to law, deposes and says that he h the Publisher cf the Central lie. .ml. I. Tliat th names nnH nddreji.'s of the publisher, editor, manag ng MINERAL DIRPXTOR editor, and Uitineaa manacers are; Oll'.ce Over Nation) I'.snU. f Publisher, CentrMl Reenrd, I.nn- caaler, Kentucky. liesldence ebon 3. Otluv Phieit 1. Kiiitor, .1. K. Robiiwon, Laneu ter, LANCASTKr:, KY. Ky. Manaring Kdltof, R. I.. Iflkin, Un-caste- r, Dr. Win. Pryo., V3terinarv and J. A. j&eaztev Ky. limitless Mannaer, It. L, Eikin, M. J. PATRICK, Kentucky Ijincaster, Ky. That the owners are; (Give names and nddresse of individual owners, or if a corporation, give its name nnd the names nnd addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of ; Faint Lick. Or. Printtis Calls Answered Night. LANCASTER, stock), J B. Kobinson, Lancnster, Ky. Prances C Kobinson, Lancaster Ky. I!. I.. Elkin, Lancaster, Ky. Central Record. Incorporated, l.nn-- ' caster, Ky. 3. Thnt the known bondholders, mortgages, and other security hold-mor- e of total amount of bonds, mort-er- s owning or holding 1 per cent or gages, or other recurities are, None. 5. Thnt the average number of copies of each issue is this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or othenvise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown nbove Is (This information is required from daily publications only I. n. i. nik.n. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 'Jnd day of Oct. 101 rt. V. V. "Champ, Notary Public, Ky,, (My Commission expires Jan 18th, 1020. Walker Day or 317. KENTUCKY. VETERINARIAN. Promptly Then Honakex Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTKIE, - - KKNTUCKY T:3'K'p.in. By Olllce over Stormes Pruji Store. Hours a.m. 1 Twenty Five 100 pound hogs and Thirty 150 pound hogs This will be an absolute sale at Public Auction. Dinner for every one. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. MetLodial Bishop. I p.m. JOHN S. ISON, Buena Vista, Ky. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer, euy 4M UBERTY BOHDS buy LIBERTY L5BERTY kuyV po:os Huy MORIi Bonds. Buy MORE Bonds G JlLiJJIdiul II Thousands See This Space Contributed to Winning the t NichjumKSutur rr, IB Mi t is mr French "75 s" on Loan War Trains it I I e I t of persons In Ohio, Virginia anil Pennsylvania had their glimpse lliln week of one of the ( famous french "IS" sun". Thf "76" was lli gun which b.iikcd up the his-lo- r e words, 'Thou fllialt Not rassl" The runs are aboard Undo Hani's Trophy Trains which nro touring Ihn fourth. Federal Reserve District In ttm Interest of the Fourth Liberty Loan, They urn scarrisl fiom battle awl rear above the lint cars In all Hie majesty of Iho heroes that Uicy nre- - for without th "chorus" of lliem ami their brother th onrds of Iho gallant French would hare been empty ami tho ncrniana would row be In Paris-- yes even In New York, peihaps. At every slop Ihn two trains have' of persons have madi thousands crowded through tu see II" trophies tho (Minefields. taken from Hun helmets, medals and guns at- Iran tho nmsl attention. Tho trains alio have aboard nntnts of tho Anierl-ran flshtera and their allies, depth bomba, nrrlnl bomhs ami all of the curiosities of modern warfare. iyund War by . 0 Hervey AND The follownn; terrific indictment of (Icrmany :it war is from Hishop Quaylo of the Methodist church, in an address recently delivered in Chicatro. "Let us set down sternly we are at war with the (Germans, not the Jun kers, not autocracy, not Prussians, not the Kaiser. All that is camou thee and danKcrous because it the truth. The Herman people is what we war with. The Oerman people is commitlns the unshakable horror which set the whole world aghast. The German people lias not been conducting war but murder. A district federal court of New York declared the rinkine of the I.usitnnia in net of piracy. - Piracy is not war. All decencies, honors, humnnites, MureementK nnd laws have been smashed by tliem day nndniirht from the firrt rape of llelitrum to ncv. New atrocity which recently appeared was spraying prisoners witli burnine oil. This is Germany's most recent jest. It mattes tlient lauch so! "Germnny has ravished the women of Helium, Serbia, Itumanla, Poland, Armenia; Germany murdered the pae)ii;ers fo t'iv l.u.tnnia an I .itruck a medal to celebrate that German triumph dating it two days before the horrible occurrence; Germany has ruined cnthedftils ami cities in theer wanton fury in such fashion as has not been done in all the wars waged in Kurope sime the days of the building of cathedrals; Germany has poi'uned wells, crucified inhal: tants and snl.jjers, burned people in tiieir humor, mi' this by system: Germany has denatured boys and men. has wantonly defaced the living, the lying and the dead. An eyewitness tells of seeing women dead at n table with their tongues nailed to the table and left to die. "Germany has stolen things little and big, playthings from children, finery from W(mien,-picture- s uf in calculable worth, bank deposits, railroads, factories; Germany has s'lnk hospital chips, has bombed hospitals and lied Cross camps; Germany lua hscloscd neither decency nor honor from the day it started the war, nor has a single voice in Germany to late been lifted up against the orgies or rutlilessness which turn the soul sick nnd constitute the chlefest bar barity of history; Germany remains In- urbluihing nnd un' oiiieioui of lency; Germany's egotimi struts like a Lnujcr, and, to climax Its horrid crimes, Germ.- - ly l.ui Indicted comuuUory ro'l.' " thj vlrelpa of it. own land Buy MORE Ronds Nut In perceive BOOKKEEPING Buslneu.Phanography TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY You Understand This? COLLEGE Is the gift which WlLBUR R SMITH BUSINESS i in merrn.n-ftl- t Miflens the prospect for man who In Itf 1 PrMttint btittnMi. mtao fipintetHorttBt VVC ht 4D JUT bftnklllaT In bis Intimacies, In his Tonne nen mn wninoa f"" nrrta, bis pre-in- t. ntr n necessities sees more than suits bis LUjwj WlLHl'K H. Mmni,kslBClal,Krhappiness, but who for his prospects finds radiance only softening nnd In Valuable Brick Material. Its mellowing gaining glory, who looks The -- lime which accumulates nt the for Ids greatest good III the wet nnd Inns mines In the Kolar gold fields, Fcekr the deep purple with an IlluI'ldia. Is now- - being mixed with clay tinned soul. Chicago Tribune. d made Into lirkUr. Instead of being ruited as a waste pnNlurt, as hereto- Ancients Played Ball. ire. The bricks made In lids way are Rax bull "fans" will be Interested .lid to be superior to those acquired to know that Kgjpt Is the birthplace s exof the original ball game. How It ruin milslile sourci-- nnd are was played history due.? net record. tensively In lining circular shafts and other construction work carried on by Itecent excavations made near Onlrn have brniiglit to light a number of the mining companies, Later on it Is small balls, some of leather and otle proposed to make lire brick, clay cruel-Ideand artificial stone. Popular en of wimmI, dating back to at least Magazine. JfKiO It. ('. These are the oldest balls of this snrt known. r" ri '' Woods Paint Lick 'l4 13 12 Gals. PaA ClllUflat Of IhtJ Tonic imlo I 13 XI Yu can lit nA hi Lf JMaaaaaaaaaV Cumi ftiut pruvenli v&iv. ijuu' rule-.'- . At ilruif ivUtor by mill intetpalJ. IUbMlMljClillltH.tf. IUaeldca Brothen. I'lte tho night before, writing for bilure: "I could lime tilled another OF jinge wllli ease If I hadn't been ilred, but I guess this will have to GARKARI) CIRCUIT COUKT. Hotly do." Ill few moments Plaintiff emerged from tho library with a piece John Beailey, VS. of p.iper covered wllli the letter Defth Mattio Jane llcnzlcy, et al, "Xnw, daddy," she exclaimed, "don't Pursuant to a judgment render.-- ' worry; I filled the pace for joti!" ut the August Term, 1918, the uni.rr signed Commissioner will sell nt pub lic auction to the Highest and best bidder cn the premises near Hiatt. ville, Ky., on the Richmond pike, a. '2 o'clock, P. M., or thereabouts, OCTOUER 10, 101H, In the the rent estate mentioned pleadings nnd described ns follows. Between the Richmond and Lan Here la n inrMara '3 caster Turnpike und the Richmond Buffering worn ,i, fro'.t branch of the K. C. Railroad, an lire. W. T. frioe, of bounded ns follows: Public, Ky.: 'I sufBeginning at a point Northeast of fered TvliU painful.,.", metal on the Richmond and Lunar, tbo wrltcj. "I got dowu tcr Turnpike Road, corner to John sh Ith n Tcakur i In niy Hurt, and in line to John Hurt! bad; vrA l.mbs.,.1 thence with the middle of (aid Read. ,ind H' and with said Hurt S 49 11 K 21 bad nbout poles S 44 K 40 poles S S3 B t'2 poles given up liop- - of ever to a point on theXorthcutt side, of being well artlu. wbcu nnd near the pike, corner to said a friend InsUtciI I with Hiatt and A. R. Denny: tlr.-ncand still with Denny running with a new line lately mnde its between h'm and Jesse Doty S 42 V 2d polei to n point -- u links rrom tno mniiiio or mo running naralle' Railroad: thence V i7 poles to a with same N' 43 middle ' point 20 links from the 10 'J I'. line M V. f iC with John Hurt line N H 0 poles to the beginning, containing Id acres. T!i3 WMin's TG!'.!c The purpose of said sale is for n division of the proceeds among the heirs and Joint owners thereof. ! bfraii Ca.a', It t' oit wlillo I c v a TERMS. il'.f 'ereu . . manicd The sale will be made on n ere lit I Grow stronger rlr'it twelve months und the of six and along, and tt cured me. to exec " 1 Curchascr will be required I am stouter tban I lipproved security for the years." have been In purchase price, due in six and twelve If you cu.fer, ycu can months, respectively, bearing interest approolato what It at six per cent per annum from date means to bo strong and until paid, having the force and effect well. Thousands of woof n judgment for which execution men Elva Cardnl tio may issue, payable to V. II, Drown, credit for their good Master Commissioner of the Garrard health. It rhould help Circuit Court, and a lien will be re you. Try CarduL At alt served upon the property sold until drugsUts. 3 raid Denny, thence down the pike all the purchase money Is paiu. W. II. DROWN M, C. (!. C. 0 It. II. Tomlinson, Atfy for I'lffi. ltetiy beard her father say nt the bre.ikfiiM table, after h.iWng Mit up How Betty Helped. COMMISSIONER'S SALE LAND. An Take 1111 til a HI ? 1. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 10 1918. urn - AT - IHtYANTSVlLLE HOME Classified Column HATES i TO THE PATRONS OF THE LANCASTER GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL. Single insertions lc a word No mt Inkon for loss than 20c in tlilt column. No mis In this culunin chnrKc.il. Seven Insertions for the price of five. I'hone orders must be paid promptly. A KM XX KKKHXM WJtXWW XX If HOOOt Mr. It. IE. Fox was in Lexington J Tuesday. Mr. and .Mrs. W. K. Dnvis and Ml.ia Funny Dowden spent Saturday In In full accord with the spirit nnd purpose of the fol Lexington. lowing proclamation: .Mrs. W. J. Hognn is In Lexington 'Tpon urgent olficial advice from the Sui'ircim Onnerul vUllin her daughter, Mrs. W. T. of tho United States Public Health Service, who U nttiiiif lit full Wool fork. with the Sutkcoii General of the Army and Na- Mrs. Noah Marsee Jr.. anil Miss Helen Wllliums have been on the sick tioillll Council of Uefvil.su, mill Imsed tipoil Slich It rnptd fpn.'lld list this week. Gf Indiii'iiii its to imlitnirir tho nnil llvn thn rlvll Miss Mayme Ltc Ballard expects population ovor the entire country, ns well as all military D' atio"S lhe i,,(IustrIal activities oiUnlly to V nf ktiOH Saturday October 10 A.M. RAIN OR SHINE 11 of Dr. N. Mays has '.been placed in my hands to be sold absolute ly to the highest bidder without re beautiful old home place by-bi- d. reserve or Large frame residence with nine rooms, all necessaryout-btiilding- s including a splendid brick soring: house and about 15 Acres Of Land Located on the North side of Richmond and Lancaster,pike about one mile from PaintLick mile from Lowell. and one-haClose to Paint Lick Graded lf school, close to churches, close to Paint Lick and Lowell; in fact a;dandy location and an ideal home in the country, yet close in. 'Terms One-hacash Janu- ary 1st, balance one and two lf years Med Realty & Development Co. J. S. HASELDEN, Gen. Mgr. I The Hoard of Trustees orders school closed until Mon- iced whrat and rclan. ilpy, October Hut, or until further notice, and recommend J lee.i rye. Nrnr crop tlmtthv and that pi.ivuts, pupils, tenchon, nnd the general public cooperate clu . r ttr J. in every possible way in carrying out the spirit and purpose of Hudson, Hushes and Tarnau. the proclamation, to the end that school mny open again LOST: Sept. 8th, white collie Mrs. Everett l.nwson and attractive as soon r.s possible. Signed, doff, with lemon enrs.' Name is littl.' daughter. Marg.-r-rt N'eal, left "Klddo": Reward. Monday for the r home in R.ivcm.vod Dlt. J. A. AMOK. Chairman. ' Mrs. Callie Duncan. Mo., after a visit to relatives here. DR. V. M. ELLIOTT, Secretary. The sale of Liberie Ilomls in Him FOR RENT: Form of 130 acres, "hove action of the Hoard of Trustees is recommended y cunmunlt- has been progressing for year 191!). Sec or write splendidly and the quota will be sub- - the County ( mincil of Defense ; also by the Citv Council Mrs. Grace Sutton, of Stanford. Ky. Route 4. scnueu. urynntsvillc has neveVall- - Lancaster. tf cn in any patriotic work FOR RENT: For year 1019, V.i. hi .1. s'.Ufc of S u'i DnTiT. Lancaster. Ky.. October 7th, 11M8. farm containing about 125 acres. but who Is row nttjn Write or call, A. W. Kitvanaugh, College, at Wilmcrj spen- inc Hbury the Meek-en- d a member of the II. Y I I', 10-t'i- It. Lancaster, Ky. You Dlt with Rev. .it I Mrs (, 3. (o.iant. Mt. Tabor church, being the r.rst to Every married man rnn name on WANTED TO FEED about 50 He delivered two very intcustiiii; be called to hi rewarl since it. woman who lias n fine hulanil. Sunday Mt the Methodist Rood healthy hoes, weighing net less about three )car ! than 100 pounds. Phone W. C, Rose Church. llnes decided to ctTir his service In ' " Old Wood a Sparkmshcr. C amp Dick Robinson. I his country in defense uf the ting and Old wood In plrks out I'AINT LICK !m Joined the Navy. After two nnd 'iito the room, apt tn STRAYED from my place on i but mih.. I hit t Is aound one mlf months of tin. Mr' at the fill burn wltbout IIiIk illlllmlty. Sugar Creek, Wednesday, Oct 2nd.' A letter from Author Eldridgc to'Crrllt ljkm training school, he was a orown saiuue horse, snip nose, us nuiema stales ne is snieiv "over Araa of Greenland. B IIII.VII ...ii.. ...i.i. .i... now ed mill Mllll llll' white hind foot, and star in forehead. theie I'lirrrrtlotia maile recently In mapa adj infiuenia whirh soon Reward. I'hone 347-of rireenbnd hare shown It tn he ahont Mr. W .1. Fisli been incapaci- - ed into pneumonia, and the young James Eason, Lancaster R. 3. tnted for business by dadly infect- - life went out Oct. 2nd 1918. His ISO.OU) npare mllm Inrtir than formI'd. erly believed. ed finger. remains were brought home and after ' FOR SALE: A 10 horse power Mrs. Florence Wnlker arrived Tues- - funrrnl services Saturday afternoon Plants Travel by Air, gasoline engine, also silo cutter, with day to spend some time with Mrs. at 1 o'clock, Conducted by Ins pastor, In I'orto lllni. where the atmosphere ! IVv. C. S. all attachments. This machinery has Ri h rt Walker. Kllrs at the Chunli In the l moist and bnliuy. air plants often never been used and will sell at a ni. Mr. and Mis. Hugh Horton of Dot- - rrcier.ee of u great throng of IikIco In bargain. See Hasclden Ilros or J. han Alabama, are visiting relatives pothiiing friends his body was laid prmliiie lhe nm.t unusual plncen ami some weird cfrccta while grow-In- t. ,u Tnt in ll,e ,,ainl W. Sanders, at Judson, Ky. cemetery. 1 friends here. tin Fmpientlj they establish theio-win- s orrow,ng relative. and telegraph mi telephone Mr. W. I! Jones of Lexington, and Wr. "mf'nJ iiu iiiv4iu .w iidii niiu iiMi inrsmrii wires. 'Hie insulation rots. In places ''- -' Merrill Jones of Richmond were FOR SALE OR TRADE: About are they that mourn for they shall be and I In- - plants takf roit, irow and CCO acres of Knox County coal and visitors here Monday, thrlte. comforted." timber land; right on L. & N. Rail- Mr. and .Mrs. Dave Hervey are re load and State road. Has four hous-- j juicing over the arrival of a son. Cranio Dairy Faad will maka your Comb Old Tallat Adjunct. is and can b divided to suit purchts- - christened, James Ford. row give mora milk. I'omln bare been used to the toilet r. For further particulars apply to Amos Parks who is attending very indent times. The Oreek. Hudson, llufhas and Farnau. since Mrs. J. A. Conn. Jr., Lancaster, Ky.. Military School at Lexington, was at lhe Egyptian and the Roman Udlea Route No. 1. Phone 337-lonlc for tle Wfck.en,l. The Germany that lifts protesting ued them to arrant and bold up (8',"12t2 Sirs. Robert Walker nnd .Mrs. Rice voice against use by American troops Ihrlr hair: even ladles amoog the a eem tn have shotguns because they .Swiss FOR SALE: Three good young Woods were visitors of Miss Eliia- - of '"-- i fsmlllsr with tbrtn. Bom of arc "contrary to the rules of civilized uiDhs, Friday night. Jersey cows, one gentle, sorrel, fam-.Bt- n these were mad of wood, torn of rfare", says the Lexington Herald, ily mare also buggy Kanluckv Blua Cmi inn Qrrtikvfl! and harness.. Kneel- f horn or of Ivory. ,he ,amc fmany that sought to mrns have oflru been found la recent Two extra nice coming two year old Crass, white sweat clover, sead. r whole armies with poison-M- r. years. fillies, plenty of bone and size. One Hud.on. llu,h.. and F.rnau! defded water supplies of coming three year old harness marc, I .n.l Mr.. Wnlt.e IV Wnli.r r thoroughly broken. One rubber tired Stanford nnd Mr. Arch Walker were entire provinces; that transfixed! Full Explanation. babes on bayonets; that nailed chilcart. Frailer, also brake harnemi. Jack recrlrl n small tool chest for visitors at Robert Walker's last dren to bam doors and stabbed to bla birthday. Daihly had explained W. S. Embry, Lancaster, Ky. death tht honor nf French un.l ltt to blin the iinmea and uses of each .Mr John F. White who has spent hy ,.fjery ,Q fou tool. Later he had n nrlghtior III and um WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH. several months at Olympian Springs KUm malU Jebaucheo' o damnable that the wa extolling the ilrtues of bll set. visiting nis daughter, .Mrs. I., li. .,.vil of h 1 will slirinl fr..,., ii.-- i. "Jut look what I gut a hammer t" W'e riflv from S2.on tn S.!.1) Of) nnr 'own when these malefactors come to hammer nllb; a saw to aaw with; set (broken or not). We also pay hatihet to rlinii wllh:" (after exam- Miss Lucy has taken Judgment. i tunl value for diamonds, old Gold.i lining ery rlmely the monkey Dridgc-worcharge of grades 3 and 4 at the high Silver and Send at "Well, llnh, this Is not- i wrendi) school, much to the gratification of once by parcel post and receive cash regular tool. It's a (then, na the the patrons. by return mall. him) wrench to ilawne (name with." iimii I MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Miss Geneva. Murphy of near Dapt. X, 2007 So. 6th St., Richmond, nnd Mr. Charley Ijimb of Philadelphia, Pa, Okln., were the guests of Mrs. Ann Both Inventions of Americans. 9.12.2t.Pd... There la an Kncllsli proverb which Moberley nnd Miss Kmmn Ilurchcll ciiminrnils n a uire "a hulr of the dog DISSOLUTION NOTICE GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. that hit you." And It la tin Intf resting his ngu- - R. 11. Tomllnson, w""K Notice is given that the corpora-- 1 I'lalntiir, fnct, though hnnlly a coincidence. If 'f ",r appointment at the Christian VS. tlon known as the CEVTRAf. RFC national Imentlte characteristics be Defendant Sunday morning and evening Annie Farley, i Church, nun win i. borne In mind. Hint one of the most "" 1'ursunut to a Judgment rendered deadly 1 r' un" October, 10th, 1918, by mutual con-,","- " Vv K at the August Term, 1918, the under-- 1 the world owen tn machines, which the genius of one ligned Commissioner will sell at pub3ent of the stock-holderThe bus), can tnuams. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hcdrick iind lic auction before the Court House American, lhe Inte Sir Hiram Maxim, n ess will be conducted in the future should have Door Lancaster, Kentucky, under the name of The Central Rec- Mrs. E. F. Hcdrick of Lexington, and o'clock,in A. M., or thereabouts, at 1 1 i "lank" In n found Itn antidote thn device directly Inspired on ord. J. E. Robinson will be the sole Mr, and Mrs George Moody of Kingsby the Invention nf a compatriot, Mr. MONDAY. OCTOBER 28th 1918. owner and proprietor. He will as- ton, were among those who attended Ilenjiimln Holt. It being the first day of the Garrard sume tho payment of all debts and the funeral nf Robert Hays Ledford. . County Court Term the real estate demmid against the corporation and Much enthusiasm is felt over our mentioned in the pleadings and In One's Own Sphere. continue thu business In the same or Liberty Loan going over the cril.ed as follows: Nut one of us would bo happy If wn similar manner as was conducted by assumed iinnther'a place. We are fitin our district Our ,u?ta the corporation. rx.,.UM. mm.! .iuiiuujf uun.inuni Aiwri nuirman ana Julia Warren, ted only for our own little world. 11 tl I'll Anil int nml nnrnlna 11 nnrnt Thn fturAU end It remain with us to make that niPint. tlma nrn J. K. Robinson, "I'1"''1' w1'"' 11 to ue oW herein Is the one third un- ' be. Thla the Drive starts Wednesday.' Frances C. Robinson, keep cheerful, do ', divided interest subject the dower w mt' ,I" " It. I- - Elkln. received a tile- - jnUrajt of 'our heal and think only wholeaomo gram Sunday afternoon from Camp' Olln-rwlThe purpose of said sale is to sat-- 1 thoiighta. we klmply will of R. II .Tomlinson. Meade, Maryland, stating that his '"'y " DISSOLUTION NOTICE nnf. no mutter what we may ovontUt. ' ""' Iw'""'. be happy, and the qut.-kTERMS. Notice is given that tho corpora- son, Charley, had died of Spanish in- acnowiciige me trutti or tile as. tion known as tho LANCASTER fluenxu. He left here only u fewi Tho aale will bo mad on a rr-,I- U erllmi the heller It will be for our- OPERA HOUSE, will be dhuolvcd weeks ago. His remains will reach of six months and the purchuscr will elves and fur all coucerru-d- . required to execute bond with up on Thursday, Oct. 31st. lOiS, by here within the next few lnt for'bc proved security for the purchase burial. consent of tho stock-holderprice, said bond bearing tix per cent mutual interest from date until paid, having LEDFORD. The business will be conducted in the the force and effect a judgment future under the name of ROMANS Robert Hayes Ledford born upon which execution of may issue, Ol'EHA. HOUSE. W. J. Romans will jan. um ibji, near mis place, no was payable to W. II. Urown, Master The undersigned hereby give warnbe the solo owner and proprietor. reared In this community and reclv-- j Commissioner of the Garrard Cir-e- d ing to all persons not to trespass upon N'"1' Court, and a lien will be reserv. our lands for any purpose He will assume the payment of all most of his school training in the whatever wa.'1''1 u.nu" the I'"erty sold until the as we will prosecute debts and demands against the cor- Paint Lick Graded School. He all offenders to iiivitt-la I'itllJ, poration and continue the business the only son of Millard and Rebecca I'utiiiuau II. UROWN. M. C. tl. C. C. tho fullest extent of the law. HuntW. in the same or similar manner as was Ledford and thus was especially dear R. II. Tomlinson, Att'y for I'ltfs. ers and fishermen especially take conducted by the corporation. to father, mother and sisters. Hnyci notice. W. J. Ronians. professed faith in his Lord early In Wheat Flour, corn flour, Kiln dried Mrs. Cora Phillips, R. L. Elkln, life nnd became a member of Mt, Corn Meal. iUttlt L. Romans, Mrs. Emma Daniels, Carrie Belle' Romans. Tabor Baptist church. He wn rdso Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Vtadelce FOR SALE Good Hoosicr wheat lilrlll, cheap. J, D. Woods, Mnnse, Ky Parks of Danville have been visiting .Mr ami .Mrs. Clay Parks Bale ties for sale. The Rrvanlsvillc High School closHudson, Hughe and Farnau. ed Tuesday In compliance It the LOST Boys light brown sweater Slate Heard rf Health's order I .Mr. and Mm. G. C. Rose of F.nu on Staple Avenue. Kinder leave at this office and receive reward. Ci l.'ln F'a., have been visiting Mr. nnd Mr? (J. II. Rose and other relatives. LOST lletwccn Lancaster and i.lis Mary Hunter of Ouitnau iiu. Hickman, a blue serge coat with Reg-- , ( Fr i:trnticn Card, No. 119. Reward if Ic.'t scv.-ra- 'ay for her home after spend- l i ; weeks with Miss Mayme returned to this office. ... cess of the war, anil in virtue of authority vested in it ly law l"u s,nlu ,!onr'1 of IIenIth of Kentucky hereby issues its procla- - essential the nmtioii rlosiui? all places of amusement, schools, churches and other places of assembly anil advises against anil discourages all unnecessary travel and social visiting in this commonwealth until the epidemic is over. Signed, I)H. JOHN 0. SOUTH, President, OH. .1. X. McCOKMACK, fcVcrotnry. Howling Greun, Ky., Oct. tith. I tut?." B. I'arJ. pood second hand automobile for rale, or will trade to stock or grain. In Rood repair. Henry Moore. A aboe ii jr. ""'". lylt' COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. tij, rVtt - ,, i ,.,., "r ""'' POSTED