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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 17, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918101701_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 17, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH VKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 17. 1918. ifi NUMBER it. Cr.mo Dairy Peed will make your NOTICE. NO PEACE WITH THE BEAST LAST AND FINAL cow give more milk. Mud.on, llufhas and Tarnau. This is to notify every tax payer AUTOCRACY MUST GO. of the city of lotncastcr, that on If the people of this country do N'ovcntlrr 1st, the penalty of six per not take care the epidemic v.lll beSAYS WILSON. cent goes on nil utiuiid taxes. Pay come so widcrp(rcud tnrougr.out the now and you will save your tclf the United States Hint soon we shall hear The text of President Wilson's re U K. Herron,, extra cost. the license cnllcd "Aiit.'rlr.iii" intlu-enz- n City Tax Collector. ply to Germany's acceptance of the pence propositions laid down by him Is as follows: Ordinnry necdlts also are scarce GOOD "CROWD aTsALE. by acceptance 'The unqualified Iliith school nnd growing scarcer. The tnlo of the I)r, N, .Mays homo the present German government and girls (who are all past mistresses in quite n crowd on by a large majority of the Itcichstag the art of pinning up rents) will find place nttnicted J. S. Jlaselden, of the terms laid down by the Presi- themselves welcomed in the family last Saturday. Mr. who conducted the sale tells us the lent of the United State, of Amer circle bidding was quite spirited nnd a num ica in his address to the Congre's of Frun tho Herman point of viw, ber were mnking bills. Mr 1'. M. the United Stntes on the 8th of Janretreating when attacked lij im flurgess the present occupant wn the uary, K'l .i, anil in his subsequent ad- uM'rwlielmln,i force is nn exiellen purchaser, at the highest umount bid, Irrsses, justifies the Tea-Kett- le President in Hut 377fi.OO. for the Allied goose. making u frank nnd direct statement when the tabid are tinned, it of I, U decision with regard to the a very itnsatisfuctciy snurc communications of the German gov-lORAND. f jr tL l.uniiui gander. ernment of the 8th and I'.'lli of Octo on4ei-scamlt?5? Friends here were apprised Tues ber, 1918." And now they tell us that Spanish day of the sudden. death lit his home He feels confident that he can mxia. intluema, despite iti name, comes in Waco, Texas, of Mr. I', C. Orund. will nlso be tlraight from the Orient. A name Mr. Orand will be remembered here safely aumi- that this Vloujo-the Judgraent and decision of the For inhas not much significance. having married Miss Lidn Jennings Allied Governments. use no otner lis wives Cities and stance, we have always known that daughter of the late Mr, ami Mrs. II. if not destroyed, arc being Its name, C. Jennings. During the life of his German Kultur, despite I stripped of nil they contain not only, "litittma'Ahiminuni came direct from the devil. daughter, Mary Lida Orand, but often of their very inhabitants. littlo GQt Kettle The I rcrident feels that'll is also Even if the Kaivr were to abdi (she died in childhood), who lived t neither the Gov- cate we should have to face mine with her grandparents, Mr. Orand his I'ut to f toe United States, nor, other Hchcniollcrn. some other sav- wns an annual is:tor to laincaster at ijrnmen Mr. Jennings, making nn he is quite sure, the Governments We the home of age Just as hud only younger. cannot trust n Coburg or h Znhrmger ngrccnblc impression as an nffehle with which the United States is as Heini; lereft sociated as a belligerent will consent any more than we can n Hohciuo' Southern giutlvmnn. Why then relax until tlie .i. i f wife and clrld, Mr. Orand did not to consider nn armistice so long a. lern nml.e n second marriage, nnd mnde the armed forces of Germnny con age lirkci unJ shack:.-1his home at the time of his death with tinuc the illegal and inhuman pracreported that oil uccuunt of the daughter ami sons of the l.ite Mr. tices which they still perrt .n. It I. their antagonism to the draft the John M Orand. "The nations associated itMil'Jt (,'shute Indinns have left their re t Germany ran not be expcctci. in Utah and gone upon the TOYLEsTciIRiSTMAS irv.itlons agree to a eesion of arms v hi'e The 1'cve of peace appears to be the third time in eigh uarputh for spoliation and int- - i f inhumanity, gain tirJirg ..bout mr mailt. The Kentucky Council of National The Home (Wards v ill teen months. desolation are being continued which the tiny to "G shoot Defense 'campaign to educate prnbnbly receive roders "Ccv.r 'Ji aach couh anJ jutl look upon with liofro" nn.l public in the mutter of Christmas m". If jrou don'l you'll spread di.o.". with buning hearts. buying this year took on a State-wid- e "It is tiecesmry, nlso, in ori.er that One of the present Important nspect when instiuctions for extend Ore fear tlic (luck" when they : On thp return of ncaci ing the movement were issued to the there may be no possibility tf Mibrini" fcifis nnil tin- - Germans when I'lCMiient bull we be reconstructed bv a com. 120 chairmen of the County Councils sunderstanding, thtt the t'tc ctter peace. very tolemnly call the i tten-tio- n mittee appointed by Congress or n of I)efise throughout Kentucky. should ou can. ..i.j.imI.-ilniLiOpt nil thu Liberty Bond of the government of Gem any nnnnlnte.l bv the Presi The instructions deal with the prob When the interest fulU due you fan dent? There seems to be no doubt to the language nnd plain intent of lem ns concerning the public and ul which the u it .o l.uy sugar. in the general minds that we must nil so from the lundpo.nt of c) opera one of the terms of peace has now acGerman government be reconstructed by some agency tlon wi"i the 'itcrrhai.ts, Mr Iti.Iii i ha carried In. cepted, It is tontaincd in the ad Tin- - n'i:.trn ling feature i.f th red wai.tcoBt ami pretty brovn cvat One wy of looking at the military dress of the President delivered at I lie uinter pcc "ii t t'wt it ' iiit.-.ideouth fi 1th of July situation Is to consider the losses In campui Mount Ideally t en ' the lutto" of last. Vernon on the military guns nnd ammunition the Germans giving II you want the toys to children. Useful preshave sustained besides the lotses ill "It must be clearly understood that rfrt.t wMcli made, art a Gruan Whence are to come ents for all persons is to be the ain the process of evacuation and the man power. 10-3Morrow and McRobarU.. Ktrly buying ami conditions of an nrmistice are matof the movement. other guns and more ammunition? Dariutur needles arc now out of The Allies liuve taken the coal fields the necessity of indeasing sales and ters which-musbe left to the judgthe. muiket, nnd the club. women who away from the barbarian. The loss early sending, designed to eliminate ment nnd advice of the military adIn view of do not like to mend stockings will lie of the iron flelJs is not a remote delivery forces, is urged visers of the United States and the the wartime scarcity of labor for Allied Governments, and the Presipleased. possibility. purposes which are not strictly warhis duty to say that no New Vork sett the pace fur the . It is very Important that every per- essential. Shop in October nnd Nov dent feels it arrangement can be accepted by the whole country. But we tru.t we son who becomes tick with influenza ember, l the request made of the States Government of the United hall not all have, to rock with ex- - should go home at once and go to public. which does not provide absolutely plosirn. help keep awuy danbed. This will The merchants are asked to assist satisfactory safeguards and guarangerous complications and will, at the in educating the consuming public to wkaat and tees of the maintenance of the presR.cl.ansd patient from buy useful nrticlcs and to refrain same time, keep the ent military supremacy of the armies ryo and barlajr aaaj. wide. from increasing working force and scattering the disease far and of the United States and the Allies Mud.on, iluih. and Farnau It is highly desirable that no one be working hours during the Christmas in the field. If jou have a chill and yout nose allowed to sleep in the same room buying season. "At the very time that the Gerwith the patient. tumi blue. man government of the United States Co home and take aspirin for the with propo&uU of peace, its submaIsiuing instructions to all chaiimeu 120 ACRE FARM riu! rines are engaged In sinking passenKentucky Slate Council of Defense In.l.-!,,- ,AT AUCTION. ger ships at sea and not the ships ........ . ... trnnr 1 WWU... lit mililltii,l mlrnrli ...... of County Councils of Dcfene, the J alone but the very boats in which deiinite ISoche newspapers the motto of the recently inaugurated on In this issue will lie found the ad- their passengers and crews seek to German press" might well be, "Hope basis lt.i campaign fur tarly nnd senvertisement of the Tom Moore or make their way to safety; and in sible Christmas shop !rg. The counfor the hopeless. Kelly Hogg farm at auction, on next d their present enforced withdrawal ty chairmen are urged to tuny Thursday, Oct. 24th. This farm is from Flanders and France the GerIf the price of dry Rood, continue education-- ! cumpaiiM in their to roar the cultivation of fig treci lis, icts, MfiUliK tlm niiiri-.- l uildii one of the best known farms in Gar man nnnies are pursuing n course of rard County lying just one mile from wanton destruction which has always by the ns a dl will have to be encouraged - ricici intJ. Camp Dick Hobinson, on the Lexing- been regarded us in direct violation board of national defense. It is especially important to be ton pike, in one of the best commun of the rules and practices of civilized seven LOST OcL 9th, uh?ii face ware of the person who coughs or ities in the County, close to schools warfare. Jewel Klein watch, Illnck ribbon fob covering his mouth and churches and should attract n "It is ns follows: 'The destruction Ho sneezes without with Dodge car advertisement. of every nrbitrary power anywhere and nose. It also follows that one goodly number of buyers. ward if returned to this office. nnd should keep out of crowds that can separately, 'secretly and of its single choice disturb the peace Our 1dc.li of woman a exclusively stuffy places ns much us possible, CHICKEN BROTH FOR a sewing and disliwnsliing being, keep homes, offices and workshops of the world; or, if it can not he presfade nway when we res lur in a well uired, spend some time out of SICK SOLDIERS. ently destroyed, at least its reducdoors each day, walk to work if lit ull tion to impotency.' farmer and ua an uuto niechniiii' An appeal has been miidc through practicable in short, make every "The power which has hitherto You will Inevitably regret many of possible effort to breathe ns much the Fire underwriters of Kentucky controlled the German nation Is of your actions in this life, but you will pure air as possible. that dressed chickens be' sent to tho the sort here described. It Is withto your sick boys at Camp Taylor, and Mr. E. in the choice of the Germnn nution to never regret subscribing limit for the Fourth Liberty Loan. C. Gaines has had many responses ulter it. The President's words Just Ily the wuy, when the Chicago wus In session the from this county and a number of quoted naturally constitute a conThe people In France juat now are Hoard of Truck been sent in. dition precedent to peace, if peace is Hew in through the dressed fowls have only divided into Allies and Ger- - other day a dove not lighted upon n desk. Anyone wishing to contribute to this to come bv the action of the German but into optimist, nnd pessi window and limns, worthy causo are asked to leave such I people themselves. Which i wliichT One guess. Uoard of Trade men arc great be mitts. nnd contributions at the I'uritnn, togeth liever in signs mid omens, "The President feels bound to say And the Semite hat turned Lovely many of them Immediately based er with ten cents which payt for the that the whole process of peace will, mailing and Mr. Gaines will see Hint in his Judgment depend Woman down! Let it beware! It their operations for the day upon upon the ii quite on the cards Hint Lovely the expectation of a fulling market. it is forwarded promptly. deflnlteness nnd the satisfactory charWoman may turn the Senate down When they ruefully looked ut their acter of the guarantees which can be hard some day. bank balances later they decided that given in this fundamental matter. It the omen of the dovo wus simply that Is indispensable that the governments Tho citizen who .ports two patches their money would tuke wings. associated against Germany should be where but one grew before, deserves know beyond u perndventure with honorable mention. If tome of our Shakespeare used to tip the bottle, Kipling', dream of the "Flight of whom they are dealing. tubecrlbers do not come across wo Byron loved the flow tut; bowl, the Night Mall", great planet racing "The President will make u sepawill have to mention our awn name. Goldsmith used to wet his throttle, from coast to const and from the rate reply to the lioyul and Imperial Tom Hood used to flood his soul. Mex- government Canadian border to the Gulf of Dead leaves are anionic the best of of Austria-Hungaryico, heedless of storms, guided at "Accept, sir, the renewed assurfertilizers, and there is at present n Shelley wasn't an abstainer, llobbie Hums was oftc'i ti:!v, night by searchliKhts and in the day ance of my high considertlon. ' rcarcity of fertilizing material in this by giant landing placet, will lie a country, coupled with a great demand t'upe would tend u largs container "ItODEKT LANSING " To the comer every night. reality within three years, Capt. II. for it. Such wns the cry of the Kdgar l'oe was oft ronviviu!; H. Llpsner, in charge of the GovernNOTICE He imagined many a irimn ment's aerial mail service, predicted. He who flghta and runs uvny From tome incident lulle trMul, A sunrise to sunset air mail service At executor of Mrs. Susan Fisher, May live to flight another iluv" Aud then set it down In rhyme. between New Vork and San Francis- deceased, I hereby call for all claims German, militarism is now If each greut and bygone volumlit co, using the uirplano equipment of against said estate, to be In my hands running away", and in any his pep from frequent rjc, Got nig and the army now in service in France or for settlement, by October 30, 1918. peace, settlement we must bo careful What d'ye expect from a minor col- - being built, with Chicago at the hub Any one knowing themselves indebtis deprived of all power to yumifct that it of the system it being projected now, ed to her estate will please' see me lit "fight another day". With the country going dry! he declares. once. Fisher Herring, Executor. i-ORl The Original Patented Pipeless Furnace This Lifetime Aluminum Heats quicker; Holds Heat"-Parltculat durable. This same circulation of the nil- - is taking place through your entire house. The warm nir rises to the ceilings and through doors, transoms, stairways and passageways, travels to the further-mos- t corners of every room on each floor. Every time the warm air enteis the room it replaces cold nir which is sent down to the Caloric tobe heated nnd made pure. This is so simple that it sounds like mere theory, but 50,000 Caloric-hente- d homes were kept wnrm ALI. OVKK Inst winter, when old style furnaces and .stoves caused parlors and spare rooms to be shut off, to keep the rest of the house warm. We KNOW that the Caloric makes good. It has been used by enthusiastic owners for years, heating homes thru-outand saving mnny dollar on fuel bills. ,- el pi; rui special auwccK wo J.t t WARM Am a unnn miiKf. Ta CONN BROS n.., !! ... Come in and let us show you what the Caloric Furnace is doing in thousands of other homes. We will study your heating problem and advise you whether or not you can profitably use a Caloric. Come in and talk to us about this remarkable method of heating. HASELDEN Lancaster. - BROS Kentucky .d fi kiplingIdream- -to realized. The Bed Cross shower for hospitals in France, again demonstrated the Many mules have changed hands generosity of Garrard. in the county within the last week. The Jury Money for all jurymen Mr. Wiggins, of N. C, through Mr. serving on the August term of Court W. U. Uurton having shipped a car is now ready. J, J. Walker, Jr. load of horses and mules from here Trustee Jury Fund. this week. Mr. J. B. Hourue sold them three ELMORE. nice ones for $SS0 and a five year obi Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore, who hon.e for $175. Wilson Rogers, of in Stanford are living temporarily In Nashville, Paint Lick purchased last Monday a team of Dr. Peyton have the sympathy of their friends for $475 and a horse mule of Mr. in Lancaster, in the loss of their baby-boHe also bought a Poynter for James Itussell, who died at the dandy team of three year old mare Tulane Hotel in that city lost Sunmules of Scott Brothers, for which day afternoon, after an Illness of only a few days, brought on by an he paid $515.00. accute attack of influenza. The RED CROSS LINEN SHOWER. little fellow- - was just two and n half years old and was the pride of his When the cull went out over the parents as well as its grandparent. county that linens were needed for Tho remains were brought to Lanthe Hospitals in France, the Itcd caster last Tuesday at eleven o'clock Cross got busy und with the assist- and after short services at the grave ance of the Woman's Club, ono of the by Itev. Moorman, interment took most expensive boxes ever shipped, place in the Lancaster cemetery. went from the local chapter here last Friday. Practically everyone in the JOHN B. GABBARD county it seemed had donated wire-thin- g .John Ii. Gabbard, son of Mr, and and those not having the necessary articles asked for, gave liber- Mrs. W. K. Gabbard, who live near ally of their menus and ns u icsu'.t Cartersville, in this county, has given about $125.00 in money was donated his life for liberty on the battle fields which will be used later toward fur- 'of France. This Is the first Garrard nishing another linen supply. Every county boy that has given his life store In Lancaster was divested of on the buttle fields. John Gabbard was nmonf the sec most all of its towels, sheetings, napkins and handkerchiefs. The total ond contingent that was inducted inshipped was: sixty sheets, -- 00 bath to service in this county, on Septemtowels, '.'30 hand' tow els, 180 napkins ber the 21st, 1917, and entrnlne-that day for Camp Taylor, when lis and 501 handkerchiefs. The last shlp3i"it of finished urtlcv remained for a few months und wus U's were sent oil Oct. 7th, which transfered, and later embarked for He was killed on brings thu number of dresses shipped foreign service. littlo lets to 75 and the number of socks, 270 September 12th. 1018, than a year from the time he enlHt-epairs. He was a splendid young farmer The next quota wilt be 35 suits of nnd loved by his fond und devoted pajamas, and 212 girls chemises. purents, who have the sympathy of the entire community, in the great FOOT BALL. sacrifice they have made in giving up The Stanford football team came their boy. Last Monday's casualty over last Friday nnd defeated our list gave hit name at among those team to the tune of 0 to 4. It Is said killed in action, although the departhad already that Lancaster lost the gtme on a ment ut Washington We hope our boys will have notified tho family several days prefumble. John Gabbard was born better luck on the ''return game vious. which will be played at Stanford December 5th, 1895, at Alcorn, Ky later. to the records of the local board show. MULES IN DEMAND. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 17, 1918. MARKSBUKY Hu,l Pollard sold n wcanlinK mule to Mr. John Kny for $45. .Mrs. Joo Skinner was hostess to a numher of her friends at dinner lait C. V. Kvans of I.px Inirtoti were RuesU last week of the Misses Simpson. Mrs. Icie Kemper who smtnined Injuries by n fall ronn ti.n'j uko. is slightly improved. Mr. William lllanks has returned from Louisville, where he went to attend the funeral of his brother, Mr. Charlie UlanVs. Mr. Will Wood of Hubble moved into the vacant cotUfre of Mr. f'ims. Blanks, and has taken ehargc of the lllacksmith shop at this place. The need of a blacksmith shop here has been felt a lone time and ill!! oniinir of Mr. Wood will be hailed with ilv Saturday. Jlr. aid Mrs. Don't Wait Tfl BE Drafted VOLUNTEER ft PATRIOTS For GOVERNMENT WORK Carpenters 60c, Laborers 35c per hour. The Government at Washington has called upon the citizens of KENTUCKY at once to furnish the men to buildor lose from the State entirelythe wonderful Camp Henry Knox, at Stithton, designed to be the greatest Artillery Training Camp in the United States. The credit and good name of the Commonwealth of KENTUCKY must be upheld. And the State MUST NOT lose this great plant, calling for an investment on the part oi the United States Government of from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000. Up to this time the work has lagged for want of men. It is now up to the men of Kentucky, to volunteer, or be forced to do so later on. There is no middle course. Monroe Floyd, generally known ns d "Uncle Mon" a hichly respected man died at his hor.ie last week, aged 76. He had an attack of vir-tijr- o and fell while at work in the field, fiom which he never recove-d- . He had many friends anions both white and colored, who will r.'frret to hear of his rassinc nway COUGHS AND COLDS QDICKLYJEIIEVED Dr. Klnjl'sNcwDiscoYcryused since Grant was President Get a bottle today for youf . It did it for your grandma, n father. For fifty years this cough and cold remedy has kept an evergrowing army of friends, young and old. Tor half a century druggists every here have sold it. 1'ut a bottle in your medicine cabinet. You may need c in a hurry. Sold by druggists tverywhere. Dowels Acting Properly? They ought to, for constipation nukes the body retain waste matters and Impurities that undermine the health and play" havoc with the entire system. Dr. King's New Life Pills are All reliable and mild in action. druggists. TEN THOUSAND in WORKMEN MUST COME FORWARD! The fair name of the old Commonwealth the Fourteenth State to be admitted in the L'tijou is at stake in lite .National I'api v! and befoie the country .it larpe. EMPLOYERS isnon-essentia- HIT. ficK list. J1EBRON Miss Lida May Murphy is on t'.e Sorghum making is in progress this locality. Mr. Tho3 Hicks had a nice calf to die Saturday. .Mrs. Joseph Hicks has bcei, tcry riek the past week. r, who has .Miss Martha Atvltr be n ill, is imp- - j. in.-. Mr. A. O. Montgomery sold to Mr. Printus Walker two colts for $32.."p0. Mrs.-Sall- ie Jennings of Lexington ij the guest of her nte. Mrs A S. 1'er.n. Mr. Ed Grow sold some hogs to Messrs Thos Hicks and 11. H. Montgomery at 18c, per pound. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Preston have gone to housekeeping on the farm of Mr. L. E. Speaks, at Sunnyside. M Ji.tgor.uvy fell Miss Blanche from n house Fi nny anil spioined hi arm, which !uu man very painful. nnd Messrs II. I'. Montgomeiy were the Thoa Hicks nnd families guests of Mrs. Mary A. Sanders at Coy, Sunday, nnd Miss Mrs. James Hamil'.o'i I.nvinia Montgomery of were with Mr. aivl iln. F W. Mcnl-ganirrSund-y. CARPENTERS AND LABORERS CarWages are high and are fixed by the Government. penters CO cents an hour. Laborers "5 cents an hour. Carpenters and laborers work ten hours each day. receiving pay for eleven hours. Saturday afternoon and Sunday work (hot compulsory) double pay for carpenters; time and a half for laborers. Free sleeping quarters provided with new cots and blankets. Meals. HO cents each. Transportation free to laborers and charges are advanced to carpenters from any point in the NOTICE IMPORTANT state. SANITARY CONDITIONS ARE OF THE BEST Camp Knox was selected for a permanent site because it is located on the highest point of land on the Illinois Central between Louisville and New Orleans. Camp Knox has one of the best health records in the country. PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF KENTUCKY d man in the State, not enSee to it that every gaged in other War Industries; volunteers his services at high pay, to help get this great permanent Kentucky camp ready for the brave boys of this Commonwealth and other States, now billeted in tents at Camp Taylor anl West Point, so they will not have to suffer the privations of General Washington and thu Continental Army at Valley Forge. If it is not your own son who must be housed at Camp Knox this winter, it is the boy of some other mother all of them training to protect our Liberty in the great fight for Freedom. and Provided men do not volunteer for this well-pai- d necessary patriotic work, it is the duty of every loyal Kentucky woman to report them to the nearest United States Employment Service, just as they would a Hun Spy or an Army Slacker. Show them their Duty! Make them Volunteer! Take their Places! able-bodie- l, give up some of your men If your work at once nnd advise them to go to Camp Knox. If the call for Volunteers is not heeded you may be required to shut down completely. We dn not wish to do this by compulsion. This is no time for We must have ACTION. The work is Vital. It is Imperative. Be a Volunteer and Go at Once! shilly-shallyin- ' MEN, MEN XND MORE MEN TO SAVE KENTUCKY ! This is an EMERGENCY necessitating the call for volunteers is not heeded. drastic action if Mr. Otho Montgomery, wife and little daughter of Frankfort weru the guests of his parents here Saturday night and Sunday. COMMISSIONERS SALE OF LAND. Defendant, Pursuant to a judgment renuereu nt the August Term, 11)18, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Ijincnster. Kentucky, nt 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on 1918. MONDAY. OCT01ir.lt 28th it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described its follows; In Garrurd County, Kentucky, nnd adjoint the lands of George Huffman, Albert Huffman und Julia Warren, and contains 11 acres. The interest to ba gold herein Is the one third undivided interest subject the dower interest of Tho purpose of said sale is to satisfy a lien of It. II .Tomlinson. TKK.MS. When the order came from Watdiington telling what Kentucky had to do to save Camp Knox for the State. Federal Director Pratt Dale, of the L'nited States Employment Service lor Kentucky, immediately held a War Council of affiliated interests, composed of Major W. II. Uadclitie, Constructing Quartermaster at Stithton: John GrilHths and Son Company, builders of Camp Knox for the Government, and O. L. Taylor, District Organizer of Kentucky, United States Public Sen ice Reserve; Edward W. Mines, State Chairman, State Council of Defence. Determined action was decided on. All government agencies will be invoked to secure the necessary men. Let the word go out broadcast of Kentucky's need of men in this greatest of humanitarian war works housing our soldteis. Let it go out at once. Pleach it from the Pulpit. Shout the need from the housetops. Organize the Workers at once and report them to yoiir ne.west United States Employment Service or to your Cmmty Chairman, United States Public Service Reserve. IT CAN BE DONE WITH YOUR HELP. Georgia furnished 5,000 -- GARRARD CIRCUIT It. H. Tomlinson, VS. Annie Farley, COURT. Plaintiff, CAMP KNOX MUST BE READY DECEMBER 1. ilefore cold weather sets in, barracks at Camp Knox to shelter not less than .'50,000 Army Hoys, and stables for at least 15,000 animals MUST BH. COM PLETED. This is imperati e. can iomplet3 Kentucky quarters for not less thaii 50,000 soldiers and UO.OOO animals job.jdl in that lime, if all work together. It is a man-sizeright, oven for Kentuckians, but it can be done, as Kentrckwns never tail in what they undertake. FuM-bloodd nu'ii-t- o plant- - rnthvd them in two weeks. save its picric neiil Kentucky can d even better. jou lay, every bit of real work done, Major Badi'lilfe says: "Every nail you drive, et'ery biiek will add to tho growing load around the Kaiser's neck. The war won't wait:'' Do,your duty for your Men and Women of Kentucky Country and youV Commonwealth and help us to Proi.rt YOU.'t Boys. Tho sale will bo made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, said bond bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of u Judgment upon which execution may issue, Master payable to W. H. Brown, of the Garrard CirCommissioner a lien will bo reservcuit Court, and ed upon the property sold until the purchase money U paid. W. II. Bit OWN, M. C. G. C. C. H. H. Tomlinson, Att'y for I'lffs. Communicate at Onco With Any of the Following SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICES At Any of the Following Places I Louuville, 525 W. Market St., Lexington, 129 Market St., Covington; Paducah; Bowling Green; Middletborough; Ath- land; or to Your Own County Chairman of the U. S. Public- - Service Keterv. ' PRATT DALE, Federal Director, U. S. Employment Service. (Signed) ( FRANK L. McVEY, State Director, U. S. Public Service Reierve. E. W. HINES, Chairman Kentucky Council of Defence. The Central Record. Thursday, Oct 17. 1918. LET US 3 - OF AT I1UCKKYE Mr. mid Mn. C, Mllc Weft" II f LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Llflht. , BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY DC DCZZJCZDC 31 IE USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time to buy and save money, guarantee every car we sell. We 1018 Bulck Roadster $1150.00 1915 Bulck, five passenger 550.00 1916 Oakland, five passenger 625.00 1916 Overland, five passenger 600.00 Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., .?4.50 REF US AT ONCE. 3 ie Banviiie Butck Go I.. I) C ) Proprietor Walnut Street. 21 11 Danville, Kentucky. IE 3 CZDC 999 cck. ins Smith were Vis in Mnillson lint week. Mr. Burnett Sanders is with lii grand twtnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. llirnm Kay, Mirn lln-- a Itny spent Inst week with frunils nml lelntivvs in i.exingion ninl Nirl olasvllle. Miss Elsie Wliittakcr hns returned tj her home after tcvrral weeks stay with relatives bete. Jenkins Mr and Mrs. Tnthott spent Int week with his parents, Mr. nml Mrs. Wm. Jenkins. Mr. anil Mrs, Dan l)oilln and chilwith Mr. dren spent the week-en- d nut Mrs. Harrison Uny. receiveil the Mn. Itnbert news last week of the illness f her husband at Camp Meiiile, Mil. Mr iiml Mn, K. W. Sanders Inst Monday to ill !!. i in Richmond the burial of Mr. Georire Culico H.IUr.l'f Olxlitk Flour. ItallsrJt Corn Tlour, nd Corn Mral. Hudson, lluilies and I'arns'j. Mr. Jesse Hill is nt home nftc I eernl ilajs stny in the Danville Hos pital. She is improving rapidly. Mr nml Mrs. Walker Uradshuw Mrs. l'erraelia mid Yhildrtri, and Bogie spent Sunday with Mr. anil Mrs. T (I lllll. Ukla., of Mr George Stormes who miij visiting friends anil, relatives here, was failed home Inst week of his son. by the Missis Ethel Uny and Salhe I.hU Tenter, and Mr. Smillie Hill were in I'rali Orchard las'.Th ursdny the vis. ilors of Mr. and Mrr. I.. 1Z, Sanders, Nwb has hecn received here of the mr'Mil of a baby boy nt the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Stapp. Slapp before her n.arriagr was Mis Kuinre I'rather. Itev I). K Sebnstinn is ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. Walter Grow Mrs W. II. (iulley, son nnd daugh ter, witcd Mrs. Henley Wliittakcr X at hlrksv.lfe, recently. J Mr. and Mis. Coleman Locker nnd 9 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lec rcndlclon and chiU'rcn, Mrs. Owen I.ocker, MiM.a Cora Rogers i.k.I Mr. Gobble I'endlc Ion and Mr. nrl Mrs. Uohert Long of 5 , Uincns-.erv.eie guests Sundv Mr hiiI Mrs Hroncon Lcrkir an! daug'Lr Mi j I.ir.Ja Locker, : 265 AGkES LINCOLN COUNTY Ira 99 99 W P8 0 AUCT ION a r ncuncd A ai r ra r in re i mm a u jn RED I'llOMI'H.Y AT 10 A. M. in LiSu one-eight- 01MS SUBDIVIDED INTO SEVERAL TRACTS. 100 acres one of 60 acres one of SO acrei one of 40 one of 25 acres. ' I ALWAYS SELL TO SUIT THE BIDDERS. So will sell Separately or any two or more tracts together to make the size farm you want. LOCATION Fronts ofi McCormnck Church pike, h mile from Danville and Hustonville pike, six miles from Danville, two1 and one-hamiles from Moreland, mile from Q. & C. K.R., two miles from L.&N. R.R. In good neighborhood, close to schools and churches. Country school at cor-- i of farm, Graded and High School three miles. DESCRIPTION Level and gently rolling, fertile, 80 acres of rich bottom land, no waste land, everlasting water, fencing good, good orchard, also orchard rt each tenant house. The farm has been well taken care of, has been in the Moore family for over fifty years. Recently came into the hands of the present owners by inheri tance and purchase in settlement of eslate of I). It. Moore, and is now on the nuw- ket to sell and will be sold. acres tract of lf one-four- th : : .12 ncres sown to wheat, 70 acres to go in corn, OJ ncres of irewlow, 15 ncres of oats, balance in grass. Will be sold on easy terms. Possession Juiiiinry 1st, 11)10. DON'T OVERLOOK THIS FARM YOU MAY MISS A BARGAIN. dwelling, hall an I two IMPROVEMENTS Almost nev. 7 room Torches, two stock barns, one a larg new barn, one of tbc best in County, . two tenant houses, all necessaiy outbuildings. No REMEMBER fit my auction sales. No excess contracts, purchasers know they receive a fair deal. For fuither particulars inquire of John M. Helm, Iirumfield, Ky., or E. C. Eubank, Perryville, Ky., or two-story a o a a I t fS SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. NEEDED TO SAVE of Kentucky. to reach into every city and hamlet AUTHORITY FOR DRAFT. a Public Sale Stock, Crop, Farming Implements. 1 s And the Hobo Left. "Semper liilells" nnimiinced the hobo. "Dot's me." "Sic semper." chirped the bend of (lie Iioiim--, and the bulldog promptly responded. Louisville KIMtMHMIIH)IMMMM4HMNlHMIHMI LABOR CAMP KNOX FOR STATE Emergency Causes Summary Notices At Washington. Authories "Every man and every business organization", said Mr. Dale "must From realize that this is an emergency that ' calls for immediate action. Undei the authority given us from Washington if the men in sufficient r.um-bo- s ilo not volunteer their nrvices r.c imict draft them from the nonessential industries. It is up to the employers of laborers throughout Kentucky 'immediately to displace men in their employment with women and recommend their emplojes to enter the service at Camp Knox". Major W. II. Itadclitr, construclfni,' quartermaster nt Camp Knox, has n'-s- o appealed to the people of Kentucky to volunteer for service. "Every nail you drive", says Major Hadclill in ii ringing message to workmen, "every brick you lay, every bit of real work done, will ndd to the growing olads around the Kai.er's neck. The war wont wait". Statement Of The Ownership, ManageBy will sell at public auction at my farm, 10 2 miles from Stanford, on the DRIFT MAY State-wid- e COME IF VOLUNTEERS FAIL Out To Lend Aid ment, Circulation, Rlc, Required Hustonville pike, beginning at r o'clock. The Act of Congresc of Aug- Calls Sent ust 24th, 1912. Of the Central Record, published weekly nt Lancaster, Kentucky for October 1st, 1918. Stnte of Ky, County of Garrard, Before me, n Notary Public .in nnd for the Stnte and county nforesaid, personally appeared R, L. Elkin, who having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of the Central Record. 1, That the names nnd addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers nre; Publisher, Central Record, Lancaster, Kentucky. Editor, J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. Managing Editor, It. L. Elkin, Lancaster, Ky. " Business Manager, R. I.. Elkin, Lancaster, Ky. That the owners are; (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or if a corporation, give its name nnd the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of Wednesday, Oct 30, The following described personalty, consisting of HORSE STOCK About 25 head of Harness and Saddle bred, most of breeding and principally young (lilies nnd geldings, from 5 these are Gold-dus- t years down to yearlings. Colts that will develop good and make fine roadsters and fine mares bred for saddle and harness purunit out of l or 8 choicely-bre- d poses. Ileitis Golddust, fi years old, by Dorsey Golddust (12052) 1st dam by Happy Day, registered, 2nd dam Itlue Itellc by Illucgrass (382) by Hamiltonian ( 10), .'ird dam Kit by lllack Hawk, 4th dam Kit Jr., by Tennessee Champion. stallion, the source of our best bred horses. In conforThis is an inbred-lorgaof his sire and his- first crop of mation, action, style and color he is a colts are fine. live colts. Five good work mules, one line MULES A old, big bone, 1G hand high jennet and mule JACK STOCK jack, a good one and proven breeder, sired by PrinVe Napoleon and out of Millie It 2 jennets. Keene and Joe lllackbum jennets. Standard and registered. ours old, one has a jack colt. All standard bred and show stock. CATTLE 55 head of choice heavy feeding cattle, 1C head of light feeders, 50 head of good yearling cattle. REGISTERED JERSEYS A choice bred herd of registered Jerseys, milk' tows, heifers, calves ajid two bulls, one yearling nnd a weanling bull. a boar that DUROC JERSEY HOGS A fine herd of purely bred-hoghas no superiorjn' conformation, breeding or production in this section and his produce will hear me out in this stntemont, 2 sows with 15 young pigs, 5 sows bred, 22 April and May shouts, 8 gilts will be sold for breeders and ! smaller shoats. About 55 acres of corn will be sold, 500 bales of hay, timothy mixed and alfalfa. Farming implements and machinery of all kinds will be sold necessary for tunning a large farm. Most of it is new or in good condition. Minders, mowers, harrows, drills, plows, wagons, feed cutters, corn cutters, roller rake, wagon and plow harness in nbundnnco, and many others too numerous to mention. Also n line carriage, 2 buggies and a good Frazler cart, all in good condi, tion. Dinner will be furnished. Term given on day of sale. n fac-simis, For Speeding Up Work. Slate wide calls have Koe out tu saie'Camj) Henry Knox nt Stitliton The authorities at for Kentucky, F.REID, Stanford, Kg. DINW1DDIE and OWENS, Auctioneers.,, . 199 f Washington have served notice on Kentucky that If they cannot produce the necessary laborers to complete cold the work at Stithton before weather sets in the permanent artillery camp, representing an investment of probably $20,000,000, will le withdrawn from the state entirely. Immediately upon receipt of thesc advices the state officials not busy WOMEN APPEALED TO. and are scndini; out calls to all inWomen arc asked to take a leading dividuals and business organizations, pointing out the emergency nnd part in the campaign for olunteers fr,,llv. .ll,.rlo. tht If kVnluckv . lu prepare me quuriers lor soiuiers. il ls nut 'our own " "ho carpenters and laborers do not vol-."- " 'unteer for the work, a forcible draft ,be n0""'1 ut CamI K,,ox tllls imust be made effective at once onlthe,cn" reads "il ' the bo' of 0"le (mother-- nil of them training to pro- industries. I tect our liberty in the great fight for ULTIMATUM ISSUED! Provided the men do not freedom. Work nt Camp Knox has dragged volunteer for this well paid nnd nec- time is etsnry patriutic work, it Is the duty for lack of men nnd winter now upproaching with thousands of j of every loynl Kentucky woman to the soldiers still in tents at Camp report them to the nearest United Taylor and West Point. The ulti- - States Employment , Service Just as nullum is that barracks to hold nut ' they would a Hun spy or an army less than 30,000 men and stubles for slacker." 15,000 unlmaU twist be completed by It is to the women of the state to December 1. It is the belief of the show the men that it is their duty to Kentucky authorities that even more volunteJr for work nt Camp Knox is possible nnd that enough workmen and to take their places during their can be secured to erect buildings that absence. possibly 60,000 A II of the organizations interested will accommodate men with stable accommodation for in the construction of Cunip Knox This is the present have agreed tipon C. C. Quintan as j 80,000 nnimals. putriotlc determination, director of emergency employment i Prutt Dule, Federal Director of tho nml the details of organizing the ' United States Employment Service State nnd producing workmen nre in Immediately' issued u public notice, his liands. sent broadcast throughout Kentucky, telling Just what the state was up BOOKKEEPING ugainst. He called a meeting of var Butlseu.Pnosoiriphv ious interests, including John GrifTYPEWRITING sod fiths and Son. Company, builders of TELEGRAPHY the Camp for the government, Major W. II. Itndclitf, constructing quarter-matte- r HrMltWM U mmtattli hH ytnttiprla in charge, nnd organized an Ill4bnklaxl"ilaM. yra vlu'ttiaf now, Kslr Intensive campaign thut is destined fouM mm kiiI wuinrt for rrttv 'itr", . stock). J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. Frances C Robinson, Lancaster Ky. R. L. Elkin, Lancaster, Ky. Central Record, Incorporated, Lan caster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgages, nnd other security e of total amount of bonds, mortem owning or holding 1 per cent or gages, or other securities nre, None. C. That the average number of copies of each issue is this publication sold or distributed, through the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above Is (This information is required from dally publications only). hold-mor- t s wMMSlthJBH It. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of Oct. 1918. W. V. Champ, Notary Public, Lancaster, Ky., (My Commission expires Jan 18th, 1920. If The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 17. 1 9 18. OUR WATCH WORD IS When you buy your clothing1 at this store, you don't have to take a chance because we exercise the utmost efforts to obtain quality merchandise and we now enjoy an admirable business built on this basis. clothing for men and boys at This season is no exception and wejiave plenty of prices that are exceedingly low. Our styles are always the latest to be had from houses like HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX and other well known MAKES. all-wool QUALITY w $40. & HOUSE OF QUALITY. MENS SUITS & OVERCOATS $15. BOYS SUITS & OVERCOATS $5 to $20. Men's, Womens Childrens Shoes, Hats, Furnishing JAS. W. SMITH, Lancaster, Kentucky. As you have very kindly roti'tntrd The follow ink.' letter to his father, plies at the first point pie into a race of demons must PJlrT It '"I Mr. Silas Mathews, from his son, I'M. rend in the papers, a lug battle lie- - j "My Dearest n down before the quiet I licutentm re.nl uitn July Hth. hnd one Jasper Jiattiiews, win Your letter just tevelved mi-- wis INCORPORATED. phrases of the President as . t... I.: ..... : i. ant and 12 clerks it the point KHAKI ih. elt, t he..r from you a .nr. ssueu Weekly. fl.M a year. when topple , 1111X11X1 VUUU1IH where he is well the front. When the tiRht began, out the county, P have been' unJer rpurantm-Inc- h K. ROBINSON. Editor. upon. Within their E breathed J. shells began landing near our for two weeks and ca.inut cave thi B known. rtarrUrUrftfJP-afQISarUfaPai"Somewhere in France." supplies. Everybody left except our Field except whun flying. I supple boundaries and S. L KLKIN. Local Editor anil Mgr. own proper stayed most every place in tin i iiti.trv u V. father: men. who stuck to the jol i Dear under just laws, the misguided I went ing visited by the "Flu" but I I will write you a lew lines to let out in the middle of n field. I i nt d Entered fcl the Ton Ode In lucs.trr, Ky.. race that made n god of a you know I nm well, and getting up the morning of the 15th and the afraid oft. The worst pi.it abeut it Kecon.l f;li Mull Matter monand blood-thirst'along nil right, anil hope you all arc artillery had died down but the shells jit for us is staying here in r.in-werI the same. still coming over every few try wilhout getting to see Member Kentucky Press Association arch, will be enabled to live as "JOO aider. I We have air raids nearly every but none hit within However, I haven't min.le.l sud all human beings have a right vrfaaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaV night. Early in the 'it ns I have had some wonderful trips When the Huns come over yards .of our supplies. Eighth District Publishers League. to live. And, more than that, f. MBBBBBBBBBHaBBBBBBBBBV .ataaaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaH they drop a few bombs and we put morning il shell hit the tnginc that in the air A few mornings no I the human beings that peopL a few shots at them and they are was pulling in our train and killed got up at .'. 10 nm! aftt-- brenktas: Rates For Political Announcements rest of the earth may walk the the engineer. Tim lieutenant bad wr started out and in n little while tone, For Precinct anj Citv Offices ...f 5.00 the paths of peace and When you write me please tell me the train rrronslgned and sent bad. thoe fleecy clouds begun to form ror County Offices 10.00 I now know all the news and all the loys who are to the other railhead. It was the most wonderful sight 15.00 gress unmolested and unafraid. tor State and District Orlices twill close for this time. the sound ol shells. in ramp. have ever seen. We went up 5 or " i"or Calls, per line The anxious Senate, or roim .10 Your son, With love to all, After things had quieted down, the thousand feet and begun to ride thr For Cards, per line .10 of its members, feared that the Hoping to hear from you all soon. division moved to another plaie clouds. It is great fun to fly ovet For all publications in the inter-ea- t President had laid aside the So I was them especially a great white one where they were needed, Private Jasper .Matthews, of individuals or expres11- - Supply Train, American 'trumpet for the dulcimer. To Co. onlered to this railhead, about lOOiju.t as )uu go over the top the win.i sion of individual views, per .... .. i t X. t t Expeditionary Forces, A P. ). "01. miles from the former one I had to hits your ship and up you go at a line jy .tir. uouge, ui .uassaciiuseus, and ternllc rale. start the place. Warehouses You cannot Imagine Obituaries, per line a .05 the President had reopened "Somewhere in France," roads are about complete and in 10 anything more beautiful than flying diplomatic discussion" that Co. !., .ICO Infantry, A. K. F dnjs things will be O, K. Here am when the sun is shining brightly on would vitiate the spirit of the Mr Coy Price, Lancaster, Ky 31 j the white" clouds. Lancaster, Ky., October 17. 1918 arsiatcd by three lieutenants You cannot see I have Hottis it is Sunday nnd war. There is nothing of "disclerks and rherkers,(enlisted men) the earth ami the clouds look like i nd ng else to do will write you a few nnd we have about 40 negroes under Jess Iwds of cussion" in this great docu rotton. I don't think e lines. This leaves, me well ami a fourth lieutenant who do the hand, you would be afrnid in the air. There ment. Germany has unquali along tine, nnd hope it finds you ling of supplies. Ijiter we are Jo in very little sensation except when fiedly accepted the stated conthe same. ... have 40 more laborers. Ueside this itunilni. l.... .!.. .i tn,.. ditions, the President says, and Have Jut had my breakfast, shav-- , totKol to n)t.ntlotl ,hrrP large but gjg upv.... more - like the earth I. yd anil warned my feet last night for trucks and an automobile an.l four closes debate on that score. a...mjQSbLLhLLLhbibbbbHbVbwS Ithc first time ill two weeks. My feet ,riv,f , ,, KUr,, of n,,)c The surprised Power finds itf,Pt you b, Koinir u.e ..u ini nm,,, luu. .1 i Uc , fourteen men and one lieutenant run over a 100 miles per. hour and ran self tightly bound to a proThe above is u splendid likeness of cause I had to sleep with my shoes on H commissary anil send out hurdle realise DEMOCRATIC TICKET. in gramme it might desire later another Ljrcaster boy, Sam Horfon, but safety first. There is quite n truck loads of supplies to sell men in Now what I have said about sen ' For United Slates Senator. to evade or avoid. And there son of Mr. and .Mrs. Luther llerron little amusement going on here front line trenches lieu- - sations applies Another to straight flying f the Every once in a while nnd sometimes U onniiffh nf Ihn nrnmko nf firp Vklio hii liccn in the s, i v'.v . A. O. STANLEY, tennnt nnd four men take care of the I There is nothing in the world" that United St.Ues A: my for a number f.f . .( in the same lenirth of time. ..1. ..!.;.. VI'.. mm. nm.i uiiiwu.i I ...!.... ....I of Henderson, Kentucky. .i .... mat aeronaties iioe and sword and reprisal, until gives me inriiis wu.i.imk. yearj, bei:iR i...w tatione.l in the UH fra, uro woui.i aUKh stirrender is enforced, to please Phillip.!. Islands. He ! anxious you gas maska and getto ee cover, store 25 or 3 rars of supplies a day I will never as lomr as I live forget ' our under For Congress rations, hay, oats, gasoline, etc. my first "tail spin" We were going even that implacable Colonel to be to Franc? ami cut J makes u nerson a little nervous at The other day the liny failed to ar. along ' HARVEY HELM, trick-cthe fight with th ether flrtt out he soon gets used to it, so, rive so got In the machine and went fiOOO with several other ships about from whom Mr. Lodge has tak- - in the feet up when all at onee my of Stanford, Kentucky: ' a he don't pay much ilough-b-jfiom the staleattention to it. to another railhead 20 miles away pilot dived olf to the side nnd before 'en such a faulty cue. letter to mi mother will be red ) with Tne first few niht, coul.l har.lly and had enough hay shipped up for The answer of the President much i ill i l. could say "scat" I was whilling sleep but now en sleep any where. the day, promising to return the hay ON TO BERLIN. around falling Inward the earth like is an ultimatum to a defeated "Fort MilN. P l I think I could sleep with my gas when receive ours. U' uhmitlu .Lv r..Lu. .ui... Un..... ..i...... Again the President has, power. Its terms are so clear Dear .Mother ami ull : I have mask on if it was neceasry, or n cars oi nay u nay. inc 2000 reel we itm ir item-- . i.ut a. ,.. . i..... ... , spoken with the voice of Amer- that only two courses lie open )""' rnum.- - mm nui ,ione .1 li y llil ll g out sleep ami eat for the last week but don't think itl ahut W, "r Z Th N prV I which' means present surrend- which I received esterday and naica and for the civilized ir way. Uere UrK P K thU "'v! no danger in -- .,,tions of the earth. Again, and er, or resistance, which means IZ This le w"es n "'nneld",lan,y ' "7"', there aroun.lHork Wi" How is ,,ere. We start work at 7 or high No dis for the last time, he has told ultimate destruction. .Ve,piUlVo,,eof,hebe.t Germany that peace cannot be cussion is possible. The trap v tminiiiiiuer oi me nere so i near and have all conn " '" ir.th fnr .letinatinn un- - three weeks and I nm getting anxious 'r.iii.....i .....i n, which the foolish feared, , . . . .... . discussed while a Hohenzal-len i i:.... ...i .i i, ...,in. .miiT in iuni. i nave iicen running ever Was a trap, snaps ltsi knw,' wnkn 'i. "P....ln Unidos for one. I hoiw we will get some f ,lle Division has no authority wears the imperial crown there a little but of course not by and while the satnnic practices futile jawstogether upon i lermasu-The. phuvuiu not of the Hun proceed at sea and HUT and Will be heard of no!(see vou. as it seems n century since I I ,. at the llase Depot where . - ,.. ... i.. ..our supplies come irom. . Colonel one inhiseach sent. the controls while have hands on more. in the field. saw you anil the rest. guesa nave nan lime to get one ii,i ... i i, ... . . i o ... n ion t u .......... ,i .. i running 11 out couiu nave taken .. "ui . . Wnli I. jl.i ,.i il,. .. In the meantime the boys ...... li.,.l yev. i win close, nsKing you 10 vvrue i)f. iil.ln't ....i li When the torpedo, the torch ... .. i ' h"'' ii :n ' ' t!'T.d.'1 K. Price w e are ,lick ng the ..loche. the main side down You might think till." and the bayonet are no longer land in France, 250,000 of Just now and had to stop mid read 0n. He! and Sterling'. letter I'1"" wielded against women and them a month, the "drive goes it. right, you should notwas in it.about, 'Wrou, but it is not. Some of ll.e ""f'" . ' is worry The following interesting letter ; the darn litmchildren and when the Kaiser on in Flanders, Artois and the us, he is n splendid boy uml deserves was written to Mr. W. C. Wynn, of. or mllr V "1,8t every night with pilots get up .., . "Mrt It fall and ran pick it Pershing, Haig much credit. I have but two wisliTs, Paint Lick, Ky. by his nephew. Capt. ,lro,n,hm, and his bloody house, are visit- Champagne. , s. vl, . ' ' "''"y t ready. That . l.r ed, with punishment or obljv- - uid Foch smash away, now at the first one is to see you and the E. W. Hutfi A. M. It. C, A. P. (., 712, u ' P i" i" i l",""e ' !,rUcllfnll' ""M I point, now at anothor. second France. It seem, as if all . American Ex. Forces, France. ion.sthen onlv can the allied 'one ,ne ua" r" 'CK l'' "Dear Uncle- " I I'1 '"wns where ' diriy and like flying very ,lau' is at hand, and peace, i!he Generals in the Held be author-(Defei ten me, but of course they are lliink- . . Just u few words to let you know i.,,,!,!.,,,,. !,.... i , . ,. ,.. c. ,.',1. .' uu "'....' i i ' " jAuvi "...ing m wnen you un ivi iinniicc ' iicii iv l" " S win llie (lie- am. The that all Is well with your fighting ? ' an have confidence In the driver lhcr.J i . 1 or ' AUIl0uK' with the beaten armies of the tared peace of absolute re .Imirer'nenhevv arrived in Fr,.nr.. ""J .. H.....t from ur lines I c.. now hear nothing to frighten you. I .... ... n one .na- - a I; V,e":.. .v.ay ... ... ....M..VV ... ''l .. Nor will that armis-- , render. Whether it is now or viian vve nr.- nm. out en i.orueau,, le auer tnree give you an idea what things on the lt.,ir(.ruft . tice surrender one point of next year does not matter in the million. ther.lu,.rotcet. i i vvhll, lu .day. was sent to II air for assign- uwuy at ,loch ground luok like while Hying at high . .. 1.v.v.....E . ,.v... .u t(mn ....... ................ ...wv military advantage or forego. light of the fact that the new nil itl i.iii...i.. tun farther nwnv. ' river for instance look. Over here they call the men th. t Glevrcs. After u sojourn "f irv L'i 1.1 I.. 1' I over have me. in nriui, as it. worm lias given 10 me old, 111 came in liu nri'i." at the point f ibvlweeka there I came to a supi-'- depot.1" 'lul1 interesting .... ulicre.il.7' ! like a very small branch - and you uiiesuicKuaiii . . i. .. .. t. ... n r" i. " i,.,.,.i Courier-Journsaid two days its darkest hour, a leader who bayonet tlu U,l-- r clas, pe near the fighting xone. I was on I .V Z . . 1' V' "V" HVIUIili i. v xt .. fIIVV li I '.I..,., tl,,,-- ,. ,u,.lllir ' miiii itiwt: tilllf. IMHU site of Lancaster-loo- U1. 'likeIUWIIsmall agothe berman troops must, is both warrior and priest.- they .are It. i I,,.,,., a,,. ...... . .. .i. u -. or tnem, an.l "mt " "ra Hnea.l.a. a few mile rom the ' stack their arms on the battle Courier Journal. ,w . hfttrd , city .the site of i.ti-thttif ... Hi ltaliir. ., . nt.i , tra.iis'lw.a frxf rumiwirnrit .li.ttr lnt in Letcher for ume time. Hope lira .... . ... ' " all settlement and alook very large-jy- ou .v...,., 7 line. Houston doesn't me seiM'i cms ... .L. .1.. am tti iiisgu'icu 10 learn ruiineau wonv. .11er ten a 11 them can easily sec It nil 'at oncvl EveryIt, means more than unconwun tins jV.tt f the woril that it.'daya there I waa ordeied to nnotlier tllnlivt Wrii.. ..... ..11 tu .. WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT. thing else in about the ditifiwil surrender by Germany. seems thst Fc; temuer will never part of France and put in charge of 1 I thought the above might be - u, Hun. .... A wlfe " hoe husband Is In active vwi.lv. . ..III I.USD ,lrt,.. I...'. ...til..... ...III . " u K....I It oiiens the way to much more n .mi.iivuu ...ill .111 uwit.ni. iivuiviiaiivn, Mll.l 1t it it Interesting to you, just to know how ,entcJ him wi,h 8 coming back to the State., we lose '22 enlisted men a. assistant.. A1 Air,. William llurton, has !Ife than military triumph surpass- - fcrvicf refntly She Just bouncing boy. wrote grade of rank nnd foreign ser- - railhead Is a point as near the fight- - ceived an exree.li....l J .........! unu teeia in inc air. 111 tuct mat la ingnny ever enjoyed by Caesar all we have to write about cou)lI RCt when vice pay, but i had rather bo In the! lug line. (0 to 15 mile.) us it is Idler from her brother. Hornee v.,i. about here. When wu urc not flying tlila or Napoleon, hor It prepares when the war would be over. He re- - good old U. S. A I . Itl.mw.1.1 L In l.in. ...it... . ..... .... .wno r1. now ... ner, stationed at Elling. ia the "deadest" place in the world. the greatest, liberation of the plied: will make this my last letter from plies. When I reached this place the ton Fields, Houston Texas. He i. in The a flyer i. we soui'of man that has come "Hear Maggie: I don't know when the P, I. and that make. 1110 happy. division of troop, had moved farther the aviation service and his letter la don'tlife of the morning ea.ytunIf,sleep fly In we ,haU Kc! ' leae ,r w.,,e" lhe war wiu I will write you from, Japan. Ilont on and I found a telegram to unload the best one we have read along th since'Christ trod the streets of ,'bo over, ns we nlense iti.,1 .m . n..l. . as late but If the boy ahould be write me any ;uore ,until I .end you anu issue ration, uv u poinv .11 nines interesting branch of the service when wo like. Had a big rain this Jerusalem The brutal, arro-- 1 i lIraftf ,, 'Mm , ou my addles.. vujr. bnvuijii raviun. were semi vy c nave aakeil her permission to afternoon, so no flying until Sunday gailf, godless power that has him a parcel of socks to bring over day to supply the divialon, Of low us to publish it, a. the writer is anyway. With Love to all, With lot. of love to all. me." turned the simple German peo-it- o Sam," course we ttill had a few day. sup. I so well known and liked urn! she- - The Central Record i go Sis'-ga- card-hous- I fMIIMlN - , ', 12-- 1 1 half-craz6- J y li-- e j s ... n-- o- . 1 1 get-tin- 1 ,,, ,(,,,, ' i .!. ... f 1 J 1 1 1 1 i .r ... " r.MmXriiriJere m I TJl 1 -- 1 JX . ...... 1 r i .t! ' I I .T - T . i". "... KC-- at . ip Z 1 , 1 1111 y. . 1 I ... ... : ,,,., '' 1 ' V All-i- V al . .... w. - . "-- 1 .... well-wit. k 1 I r- . I hJe"Z ui-- 1 ( hr Your brother, Horace. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 17 1918. 5 out- I 1 Our Line Of is complete. Fatt Goods Coats, Shoes. We have everything necessary to your fit, all in the Newest Styles. Piece Goods, Suits, All of which will please any one. V The House of Quality. 1 Ik, The Joseph Mercantile Company. The One Price Store. JOHN DF.P.RK WACONS. PF.Tr.RS MANURE MALL-ABLE SCALES. GAS ENGINES, 5 'HEADERS.. A Single Register Heats Whole House ONKrf("iicr VilIIiimon Tipclrtt rurnaie tll lira! your tome comfortably with oyt home r oi movci orcrairt. iiurntany fuel. No heat wait ed. ! railly Notraricfi up of no ft or w1U Come neccttir) In and tec this A CHEAP. AND CAST RANGES. COOK AND HEATING kTREMF.LY OUR PRICES NACES. STOVES . AT EX. GET LOW ON PRICES, HOT AIR IUR. tnontyiavrr J. Th R, MOUNT & CO.. Squsre Dl Hnuar, Dr. II. F Walter of Mt. Vernon, is Mr. and Mrs. James Dollins receiv spending several days with home ' ed n eanl from their son. Corporal folk". Jesse Dollins, telling of his safe v Mrs. hnnna H.gg.nbotham l" A Brill MtMion ( the Comlnti and rivn OVCrsear. taken roonv at the home of Mrs. .1. Gorjl lyTholc Wt Arc Intirtmd In. it, .viouni. Mrs. je.c nenuren, oi .ew i ork I ucsdny c i . Lity, arrived in the city last ..... ... .. " iall,i,llt the home of her parents, Mr. Dr nnd Mrs W M. Elliott were in of ,, nre spending the week-- . ., c, .., i,., i.exingmn me pan week. end with friends and relatives here. I gtrcvt Miss Fujuiie Dowdcn was a j ' Miss Sabra of Waco. Ky, ,L In llereu the pant week. quite III with Influenza at k C. W . weeWni t of hcr ,,,, brought Mj9, Danville, was able to be ,, ,,, Iitor Jim West of Kiehmori'l w. Kilal(cth Ejtrs wIa. name, ciinc.aay. Tiicsdav in lives In the county. She Gossip About People Mr nml Mm. W. .1. Romans were, visitors in rincinnnti, this wick. .Mrs. Herbert Royse of Nicholas-ville, is visiting her grand-motheMrs. Joe Arnold. VERY i ILL. of Mr. News from the bedside Webb Kelley this morning report that he is exceedingly low and crave fears entertained for his recovery. lie pneumonia about ten days , developed mn CELEBRATES ! jlton. t ". ''"' .r,... CHINA WFillllnlr Last Saturday, Oct. Uth, W A. Ileazley, 1U18, Mr. and Mrs. on the L'Oth i S. HATFlEbD, Dentist. . I'liTiVl- tOlliceS. Ivtinc.istcr, Kv W. 9. Funeral .Lancaster, Ollice Plume IS. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. I'csideiu e i'himr 33. Director and u'.vaxi'.' 1 UY UNDERWEAR, Goods Scarce and Getting Higher. WOW Miss Francis F. Clark, one of the At high noon the guests were popular teachers in the Lancaster into the dining room. The Mr jell, joh,tolli of H,KI, School left Monday for , lhv e, fof a few houn ajt table was a vision of beauty, il euMis'r.i Kul'i Cnvr and IJevi.t home at May. Lick hy. ind j Monday. This was John's first visit ro ted with jparkling t'hnmp have bee.i ill o.' inllneii.-ii- . bouijUets of single ami friends of Mr. Dean Zanone one of here for severnl ears and his old beautiful double asters. Words are inadequate Mrs. Alue Adams of Denver Coto., ' the popular clerks at McKoberts friends gave him the glad hand, to describe the bounteous dinner th: is visiting her niece. Mrs. J. L Yantis. Drug .tore, will regret to hear he is ,,, fricm,8 jn Lancastcr wlll i5 ,, .ns served. Everything good, pro . mute ill of pneumonia. .. . .. reau Willi rerei, ine tieain oi .ur. r. vided in the way of eats to tempt an . I ..vtn..t.. lr W..t..,t lt..-n,-i . fcpencer, formerly of this county, appetite was enjoyed to the tuIUst Mr. W. A. Karnau nnd son, Ken". spent the week end with home folks'. neifvjtr visiting in -- Danville; this who died at the home of his son. bv those fortunate enouirh to bi; iires. Mrs. Iliivden Waddle of Somerset week, in guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hert Spencer, In Louisville, yester-- 1 ent. Numerous and elegant gif.s of 'lay. , China were presented to the hot ni'd is visiting her son, W. A. Ileazley and Ii.tnks Hudson, and family i.osteis. family .it-- 1 Mis Chrutine h'niiets. who is Mrs. Heneritta K'ie. hr.s niarn-- i i.,i.. .i,.,- Mrs, Frank Phillips of Stanford, ls.ed after a seveial weeks visit to her tending n'hool in OvfnH D.'iio, is it ,u.. .,.!, !..-.- i . , ..ne iui. i.l the plcasa.lt occasion. itueri hi iut iiiiiiiit-r- ..irs. r.imii i uriiincr, mt, anil .urs. jon.i .rnnui, nonie icr several .veer.. ' !iue fereil an attack of influeiaa, but is 'at Providence Ithixle Island. At a late hour in the afternoon all initimvini.. lir friinil will l.o trt.i.l In leluclantly departed for tl.nr honits, Miss lleulah Ileazley is the guest of Miss liladys l'ribie returns from li...., alter thanking Mr. and Mr. la:Iey her aunt, Mrs. Linda Cotton, on Rich-- j Louisville, tomorrow, after u very! mond street. delightful vUit of tevtml weeks Neat little cards have been receiv-- . for one of the most pleasant davs j hcr uunt, Mrs. K K. Hughes eil bv friends here annotinrinf- - the ever spent. Miss Delia Tinder is visiting her noM ' nroii nt were,:. Mr?. Havdin arrival of a handsome bov. at the ' parents. Rev. and Mrs. K. M. Tinder, .virs. rame Anuerson leu yesier- am Jl'fS Sad iv of home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter. Waddle . at Nort4i Middleton. day for Nashville, Tcnn., to be at the , lames A ilKer. Mrs bomerset. Mr k...i.:.iu .r i...r .inti-, Mr.. Harry V ' .' Hill, Mr. and Mrs. I!ascuii tliuvvn, 1 ', A.ik. Salliu K. IVn"e purchfifed a!..,..... .. . : I Miss Agnes Miles, of the county . . and little ran, James PrunkKn. Ml. r.iinure, win. is quite 111 oi iiiiiueii&.i. .iuvidsome Hannvi.1' piano lor heri end Mrs. Homer Wrny and baby, .'M.ahter, on Mord.i) Mr. Clarence Wilder, one of Smiths I Mrs. C I. Morgan, entertained at jetficicnt clerks, has been confined OH'er home on Richmond Street, on Elizabeth Rose, Mr. Smiley Wnl.'.er ' , and family. Misses Nora, Mrs. Herndon Dudley and little hjs room for evera, (Ja on uclount Monday afternoon, from two to five. Delia Walker, .Mr. Adolph ttll.i and daughter. Jan.e, were visitors Iloj!cy " Among the ,,ul wr are to ,tnU., u a fevv of hcr friends. Richmond the past week. n guests present were: and wife, Mr. Steve Walker and famout ag)in ily, .Mr. and Mrs. Miley Walker and Miss Sallie KUin 1.14 returiK--l 'r.., Kratifymis .to hear the .of I Harr.es. daughters, .Misses .Marie nnd Hazel, ".,.' a months visit to her brother. Mr. W familiar voice of Miss Lavinia Mont-- 1 of Lexington, and Mrs. Ollie Stone Mr. and Mrs. James Yantis and sons, S I Hit ' in Wa-igtn i City George nml Herschel. . coiiirry at the exchange, she having nnd children of Cincinnati, Ohio, .Miss Sadie Ileazley of Somerset, recently recovered from an injured j is visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. arm, which gave her friends some' ' , Adolph Ileazley at McCreary. alarm, being accidently cut by n piece ill with Mr Will Influenza, who has been her home last Monday, Huckejc Road, celebrated their returned weilding anniversary. is improving. her,a, u,.. ,,:.,,,, !,,.,n.i..,.. ... vr' S'.M' JZ an?: o"- f!l fl ....... ,. . . . . - i K'a- - ton, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. I Prof. J, W. Cook, of Stearns, Ky., J. II. llourne on the Stanford pike. was registered at the Simpson House) Little Miss Elizabeth Logan Simp- - frequent during the past few months json of Lexington is the guest of her and vvc understand he is very much grand-motheMrs. I'. D. Simpson, interested in one of Lain aster's mighty pretty oung girls. , Mr. and Mrs. Hristow Conn of spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Quite a number of people are down J. B. Conn, on Richmond Slree. and some have been with the y J COME TO t I SWEATERS, YARN vv Miss Minnie Brown's MILLINERY STORE vr jf fcv CAPS. FLANNEL SHIRTS. f Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. ly, W. S. Embry, Saufley Hughes, Miss Mat tie Adams returned t't Fred Frisbie, and Dean 'anone. Lexington, Monday to resume her Announcement Curds have been duties in the llusim-s- s College there. received here by friends, announcing Dunn ha. returned to tne arrival uf a little son, lit the home Miss Laura her home in Lexington, after u pleas- - 0f alll Jip,, j, M. Stupp, of Lex- ant visit to her cousin, Miss Helen I ington, christened, James M. Stapp, Ifliilley Jr. The mother before her nmr rlage vvns Miss Kunice I'nither. Mrs, to Nevius has "flu" Mr.. T. K. Watson hits returned to quite sick, but nt this writing all are Among those who have her home nt Ely's Ky.. after a ten Improving. days stay with Mrs. John .V. Hurra, wen seriously sick, were: wem Kel- I SJ, Monday, October 28th for Special Bargains in jr Joe returned riV QV N SMF 11T t'SINO DUHtrLtUUIU9 TO VACCINAIt AQAINftT tUCSLM. Simple. Safe. H Effective. ) BtluM f in tt Muuv. iln.pl . IIIIU pill to U InJwUd luutsr Itriat I Us tilu. rL twip reft t.S HUOlLtCTt. McRobertsDrug Store home in Danville, after a few' , ,tter from Mrs. J. S. Gilbert visit to her sister. Mr.. H. M, tiounce. her safe arrival in Mont. Dudley, Igoiuery. Ala., last Sunday, but found . (iilbert in u base hospital, sufferMr, and Mrs. Tom I.cgsdon and Df. ing from inrlueiua. He. was much little daughter fienevu, of I'nint however although .lie was den of Mr. and better , Lick, were guests Sunday, led the pleasure ofteelng him its the Mrs. J, K. Scale. hospital had been quarantined, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and chilI .I... iioiuer 11.. ..!. juuge. anil ..ir.. II- iiuisou aim i dren Virginia and Wade, of Lexingdaughter, Mis. Nancy Phillip. J M ton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. little 'motored from Louisville Saturday jfr Jack Adams, Sunday, and were guests or hi. lather, Mr. TV Mrs. A. M. Girdler of Somerset, R. II. llatson. They were acconivw who has been the pleasant guest of ied from Louisville by Mr.. Sprugue her sister. Mrs. J, I. Yuntii, for the nnd attractive daughters. Misses past week, returned to her home last Clmstine and 1 1 civil Elizabeth. whuiSJ were guest, of Mr.. W. K. Cook, Friday. ,hir i n .l One lot of ChildrenslHnts 75c, $1.00 and up well worth $3.00 and $3.50. One lotof LadiestHats$l.50, $2.50, $3.00 well worth $5.00 and $6.00 Many "tlier iKirjJiiins. but we haven't gpncu lo niciitinn tlieiti." Come in nnd let lis show you. Also nsk lis in sliow you our Franco-America- Si Art n Toilet Goods. & i milfyf MINNIE BROWN. i ?t&&il The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 17 1918. LANCASTER BUSINESS MAN !ufo i fliaw I Check-- 1 for llit- - money you ov r ami re-J- iuole how much more rev y ipirifulU 1ir crt'ilitor liai'l you They like in do .ici'oiiiu at I U3UM ). They know lie is doing business In a buiiia like open such an account even it your BtTairs nre not large, will crow nil right. mtatJ TfC' has an he P.tlrr bev The Garrard Bank & Trust Company " SINGS PRAISES. "I suffered for years with stomach Doc trmilile mid ens cnntlnuallv tors thought had stomach ulcers or earner. Aftety last attack they ml lscd going to I'oihester, Minn., frr A friend nilvireil try-- i mi operation. Ing Mnjr's Wonderful Kenedy, vhlch 1 did, r.nil cannot sing its praise-tohighly, as I can now Ait anything simple, Di nr.d everything". harmless prepnrnlion thnt reii't'Vis the cntnrrlul muius from the trnct nnri allays the intUm-- ' i i.i'i iiui'es practically nil1 s. ch, l.vi'r mid Intestinal nil-- , 1 1 o ti-'-. 120 ACRE M AT likj.1 Will r. nvincc One including npiiendieitw. re or money P.. K. JIcUOllRI'.TS. funrX. int ., JJuy MOKE Bonds B1&DSIIAW MILL. i THC NATIONAL SANK OP LANCASTER. Mr Ilurton Sanders ill at til c vriting .Miss Linda Panders spent Tues i with Mrs. S. .M. I'rewitt. Mre. S. Prewitt wan the gue of Mrs. I). I. I'rewitt, Thursday. Mrs. (Ir.int Snndcrs and Mrs. S. N Sanders, were in llourne, Sunday Miss Alpha I'rewitt ovnt Wednesday night with .Mrs. S. M. Prewitt. Mrs. D. M. Long rpent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Susan Ilrcad-dus- . Capital $50,000. A. II Surplus i,;w),0()0. J. DENNY. Presdent' J. E. STOKMES. Vice Pres't. S. I.. DENNY. Cashier. II. Harris, J. - tM.t , AUCTION i j I Safety Qsposi. WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. MJSINESS. G. n. Swirebr ml. Alex II. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. K. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. I,. Rill. Dr. W, M. Elliott. Director.". ' All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of,the First and' Second issue with this bank, and who want the same converted into bonds bearing cent interest will please notify us as 4 soon as possible so that we may arrange for Respectfully, the conversion. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. NOTICE OP LANCASTER. KY. Citizens National Bank WWWOMtWMIHIHIIMimUMMI l S : 1 2 fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden". PARAGUS-i- n TREES. WE GROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVERGREENS, AS- FREE CATALOG. H. F. HILLENMEYER and SONS, " Lexington, Kentucky. (No Agents'.)" Long were Mr. and Mrs. Albert visitors of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Ilurton San-desSunday. Mi.v MiiLle I'rewitt was t;--. git.it, of M. rn ! .Vt. C. C. Prewi t day riijht. .Mr. and .Mrs. S. N. San !cr were the guest or .Mr. anil .Mrs. vu.iie-- t , I'rewitt, Friday. son. Mim. (irant Sanders and hit Forest, were guests nf Mr- - 5. X Sanders, Moi.daj. i oni Mr lafayette CotUn of I! is visiting his sister, and fnnnl. . Mr. and Mrs. S. M. I'rewitt. News has been received her.' c f ilu arrival of twin boys at the home nl Mr. and Mrs. Jcse I'rewitt of III Mrs. Milo I'rewitt and childrtu of Bethlehem, Henry County, Ky, arei ! here visiting friends and r,:latics. New Crop Timothy and Clover & Farnaj. Hudsup, Hugh iced. Mrs. Anne Moberley and Miss I't.i Sanders of Paint Lick, spent KrVay, with Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton .Sanders. ! on. Mrs. I lar' le lloberts in.. Philip, ale spending sever il ' i.iy.. with Mr. and Mrs. Ilurton Snuuers. Miss Mable Prewitt and Mr. Jasper Sebastian were entertained at the home of Miss Linda Sanders Saturday. Mrs. Susan Ilroaddus and Mrs. Iva F. Tenter were entertuined at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Prewitt, Fridny. Mr. and .Mis. Hill Sebastian, son, Jasper, nny grandson, Altim, Mr. and .Mrs. P. 1'. I'rewitt, anil little sou, Lisle, Mr. Walter Hardin, Miss Linda Thursday, OCTOBER 24th PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. 5 miles from Lancaster ON BROADWAY, (Lexington Pike), farms in the the KELLY HOGG FARM, one of the best improved small County. LARGE 8 ROOM DWELLING, LARGE STOCK AND TO- BACCO BARN. Never failing springs, fine concrete pool, well fenced, close to churches, and school, and less than ONE MILE OF'CAMP DICK ROBINSON, FRONTING ON THE LEXINGTON PIKE. This FARM WILL ABSOLUTELY BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER RESERVE OR CONFIRMATION. oY'the b'est small farms in this County go look it over. WITH-OU- T So if you are interested in one ' Sanders, James Sanders, Christine Sebastian, Shirley and Coleman Sebastian were guests of .Mr. and Mrs. N'. L. Prewitt and family, Sunday. Buy MORE Bonds GOING IT TOO HARD? Overwork, worry, overeating and lack of exeicisu and sleep are for much kidney trouble. If your back aches anil the kidncj seem weak, rert up and use Doan's Kidney Pills. Chris Hutchison, carpenter. Crab Orchard street, Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were in bad shape and 1 had constant pain over my right kid ney. As my worw calls tor a great deal of stooping over, my hack ached My kidneys were too fre- severely. tuent In action at times and then again sluggish. The kidney secre Doan s tions contained sediment. Drug Stormes Kidney Pills, from Store, soon rid me of tho backaches and regulated the action of my kid neys, I am glad to recommend Dean's Kidney Pills, for I know they are a good kidney medicine . Don t Price fiOc, at all dealers. get simply usk for n kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills the mine that Mr, Hutchison had. Forter-Milbur- n Co.. Mfgrs., Uuffalo, .V, Y, At the same time will sell also abolit GO one-ha- lf interest in 4 acres tobacco splendid 4 in barn 1 PUBLIC SAL E ! We the undersigned heirs of James D. Baker ' deceased, will on barrels of corn 1 in 3 heap., live splendid jersey milch cows, pair 5 year old mules, pair year old mules, 10 fattening hogs, 14 fifty pound shoats, also other live stock, a lot of farming imple ments also household and kitchen furniture. LIBERAL TERMS. 4 Come to this Sale and bring your friends. ... . :' " . t Saturday, on October 19th J. S. HASELDEN, Agt W. T. KING, Auctioneer. ing he was improving nicely. Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Sowders and Mrs. W. II. Lackey left last Wednesday for Kansas City, Mo., to visit sou William, and Mr, and Mrs. W. II. her son and wife, Mr. .and Mrs. Kay Lackey and daughter, motored over to Danville, last Wednesday where Mrs. bickey tijok the train for Kan-u- s Mr M.nk Heiidcreou and family City, Mo. and Mrs. Ilelle Henderson spent the day with Mr. Willie Henderson ana family on Sunday. STOP CATARRH by K Don't risk spoiling your salt. Our (onului uslni inf.rioiWITH VIN HEPATICA Ksnawha, salt has stood th test for twsnty ytars. It is tha bast for curilight now is when catarrh is most and dangerous and most easily contractng- meal. Hudson, lluihes Farnau ed. Y'ou may havo it right now and Mr, and Mrs. John Tatum received not know It. You go out and get to a letter from their son, John, whohns your feet wet, expose yourself been ill with Spanish Influenza, say cold, and the first thing you know u the premises, near Nina in Garrard County, Kentucky, sell to the highest and best bidder, about 48 acres of land belonging to said estate. Said land is in a high state of cultivation, and has on it a good tobacco barn, and is well watered Sale will be made on said date about 2 o'clock P. M. Terms made known on day of sale. For further information see Edd Baker or either of said heirs. EDD BAKER, ' MRS. ADDIE ROSS. ,V ' feA ' '1 ELLON SNYDER. - farm Furlough. Buy MOKE Bonds POINT tony Point LEAVCLL. School Is closed on account of the SpnnUli rlu. Nancy Johnson entertained a few of her friends on Inst Saturday night. Mr. Jim Scott has been confined to his bed for several days, but is better. Misses Fannie Dowden, Iona Dunn mid Lucile Ijickey, "ipent Friday In Oereu. and UcAuio Misses Flora Price Mctciilf, are at home from Ilerea for a few "days. Howard Wearrcn, Amiie Green and Ricjiard Lackey lire ut home" on nit you have it, und if it is not stopped at once, may uickly lead lo deadly pneumonia and tuberculoid. No matter how flight your case is, even a slight dropping In the throat, you should start Immediately to tuk-in- g plenty of Vin Hepatlca, the great vegetable prescription which acts with sucli soothing and healing cited upon the mucus membranes, cleansing und toning up the vital organs them to of the body und enabling perform their natural' functions in throwing olf caturrh and making you proof uguinst other diseases so prevalent this time of year. Come in and get a bottle. R. E. McKOBERTS, Drul.t, Lancaster, Ky, The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 17. 1918. 7 ACRE Mo Siz Tracts at AT YOUR. HOME You Will Find A Sample Kike-Thi- s ,ty, u!,o TRY IT tfoUr $ fh UiUi TtlMi Implr n4 drink a full ) r tnu i wiitr t TONIGHT n HN Uk tf n hns been with Mr. Dock Simpson for several months, has re- I turned to his home. Mrs. Otto Simpson and Misses Junnltu Simpson, and Mils Iva Motion motored to Mnrksbury Tuesday for it visit with .Mr, and Mr. Mark Uncle, .Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCulley and children, Misses IIimIc Hughes and Mary Hunks Anderson, were truest of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster, Monday nltfht. Garrard County Land Huy MORE Honils MANSE. l ery ill. Cullcohas been ill. Mr. JJ. ('. SJeWhorter has recently sold his farm here Sulur ' Mii Flora (tlrctl Wi Miss Mnry Anderson niKkt Quite a number of people from here went chestnut hunting Sunday Mr .1. I). Wjri i nd family Sun.lay with .Mr. uW Mrs. M. I. Noc The net sum r f.Vl was made at this pta trc Hml I'roM I in .Mr. J. I.. I)..r4r 380 Subdivided MIm Willie lte snt How Different You Will Feel In The Morning You'l! got up U - lmj; brighter niul hotter tliaij oit lutvy for miinv a i':iv. The reason Nature's Remedy (S R Tablets) ju llrllk, Sard, Sslt. lludion, Hughet snd j Frn. fr nsu - j; .If- -, vl, i's aiul oniinary laxatives. 'M.: It i' mil Kr ;, ft more thorough, hecauso ot ' iislum t'ui.:!.. :. MHintliuiHfe:.tivu:itiileliiiiina- tive i lmhv thf stimai h. liver, kidneys and bowels. Tint is how it relieves and eliminates such troubles as UlteumatiMn, liuligoMiim and Constipation it corrects tin- muses that produce th- - trouble. I iu.mi ic t. .tce our .mm. TIPS SAMPLE 13 A CONVINCKH. pr i al; .lit'fr nt in action from ill, . R. C. McROnERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. and fn ,IIy spent Sunday with Mr and Mm. KevnoMs. Mr. Charlie Cru h a laid ta r- st in thu Manfe Cemetery on lat Fr ft"rnoon. Hi Hh I been cillcl only a time nm to erve his roinitry, and was stationed at Cnrati Md. He leaves to mourn his loss, father, mother three s'slT a I sit brothers. Ihree of whom arc now The rut. re eommun.t' m France extends (treat sympathy for the dear The Lord has said, "Blessed one" are thej thnt mourn for they shall be Mr. WlHlam Marahtmnks il ,ht 1 n ION u ii ri iiLbm at 9:30 A. M. roinforteil." GUNN'S " CHAPEL. - - M I' s i niiKiLone, were - I.nnu anil Mr Willie V. dartingTpiercing sciatic pains ' pene-trntln- an f.u,.i'. Sun. my Lamest Davis is ipnle ill ft Give nay before the Jlr Marion Mini m with Mr. ml Mr. a, Mrs. Iluirhcy Moberl.effects of Sloan's Mr Lice Hurt Sunday. entertained a number of relatives at Liniment Mr In in Simtoun of 'l,.er Hot-- j "ITr Sunday ewiiini:. n busmen. torn is I" r Mr. nml Mr 5. Silas Matthews ami. So do those rheumatic t!ngrs and Mr i .ManffvM, a little son of Mr. and daughters, spent Sunday with of lumbjo, the nerve the Mrs - cue.ts of Mr. II Mrs. KIon.I Humphrey is ill Lynn Cobb ami family of Co. Kyr Middling!, v,l,l bvsn nietl. .Mr. Cuti.s KmI of Cincinnati, was here Saturday with Mr and Mrs John iniird feed Iludaon, llughrt srid TjiritMU, l.and. Mr. and Mrs. John Ijind and Mice.Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stotts spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs S. S. Se- lla and Lennn Hollon spent Sunday uilli .Mr and Mrs. Frank Ijiml ond bastian. Miss lues tind. Miss Dora Knipht of LemtiKtun, Mr. itnd Mrs. Dotk Simrcii, Mr was a guest the- - past week of Mrs i.ud Mrs. K. II. Chandler were guts' Allen Teater. of Messrs John and Tom Matt Chan Miss Mary Hanks Anderson is at dler, Friday night. her home in Stanford until school Mr. Chester Handy of Kstill cour work can be resumed. i iatUmmation of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligsment sprain, the muscle strain, and the throbbing LruUc. AS AGENT OF ROBERT LONG, WHO ON ACCOUNT OF HIS HEALTH IS FORCED TO RETIRE FROM EXTENSIVE AGRICULTURAL PURSUIT, WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION 380 ACRES SUBDIVIDED INTO 6 TRACTS, OF GENTLY ROLLING AND LEVEL, WELL IMPROVED SAND STONE LAND, MOST OF WHICH IS IN GRASS AND IN A HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION, ALL OF WHICH IS IN ONE BOUNDARY, LOCATED 2 MILE OF COY, KY., ON WOLF TRAIL COUNTY ROAD AND LANCASTER, R. R. No. 3, ONE HALF MILE OF TURN-PIKSCHOOL and CHURCH. 1-E, The ease of appl)!ns, the nuicknesa of relief, the positive results, the clean-linrs- s, and the economy of Sloan's Liniment make it universally preferred. Valuable Presents Given Away. Dinner On The Ground TRACT No. 1. 103 acres, 25 acres ol which is best river bottom land, has dandy newly painted room dwelling, 10 acre tobacco barn: On either side and adjoining the above will sell two tracts of 15 and 1 8 ACRES RESPECTIVELY, fronting road with good building sites, will then sell the tract of 136 acres as a whole. TRACT No. 2. 54 Acres of level land, all in grass and ready; has dandy 7 room dwelling, good 5 acre tobacco barn, nice orchard, always watered, an ideal home for any one. TRACT No. 3. 150 acres mostly in grass, 25 acres bottom land; 7 room dwelling, large 10 acre tobacco barn, is a money maker. TRACT No. 4. 40 acres lying next to tract 3, is good land, and has 5 room dwelling, and 5 acre tobacco barn. Tracts No. 3 and 4 couple fine for a. partnership farm with double or (5 I IIAS.t.. II II. s,,. IIMM. m i it. lUHMIS r.ui ,T J. Stupid Ceremony Perpetuated. A mail ii remony n performeil at lliilronMiIri'. Untliind, the other day, ,T fill nit the tirni" of mi undent char ily bequest a tholr boy had In stand ,en bis head In Ibe diiinb jnnl, while 'the ihurch warden read parts of the will. Things Worth Knowing. Guard wllhln nurelf Unit trras. Know how to slve lire kindness. Mllhoiit liesltiitli.il, how- - to lose with out regret, how to nruiilrc without meanness. Know how o replace " "ur of 'X the happliiesK Commercial School nCOUl.HL INCONrORATZO INSTITUTION 07 LCARNIISO LOUISVILLE. KKNTUCKY 321 C.UTMUir. STRF.ET. North of PostefTic A anil women for Busmen or Civil Service Train All positions desire I. oujdjfy for ei.her or boll, lines of ut once. eroployinint slinulu write fcf X 9 9 O m 9 9 Choice Farm..! Live J havojn my hands to soil, the well known Wade Walker farm, located on the Richmond and Lancaster Pike, li miles from Paint Lick, Ky i tX. 'j" two sets of improvements. looteeta TERMS: One third down January 1st, 1919, at time of possession and balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. Stock, Implements, Grain and Hay. 1 ar 9 9 9 9 O 9 9 c-- OF 300 Acres THE VERY BEST LAND. j i Immediately after the sale of the land will sell publicly: 12 two to year old mules in pairs, 7 one and two year old mules, 1 seven year old old generral purpose mare; 2 No. 1 brood harness gelding, one mares. Cattle, sheep and hogs: 4 good milch cows; 12 yearling and weanling calves; 5 brood sows; 20 seventy pound shoats and 64 young-ewes- . e 9 highly improved, 'well watered, close to schools and churcl es. on one of the best pikes in the county, in a neighborhood unex- Can be subdivided to celled, only 8 miles from Lancaster. from l.r0 acres up. suit purchaser The land is rightthe pree is right and the location is right. SEE ME. straw; FULL .Corn, Hay, Oats, and Straw: 100 barrels of corn; 5 tons baled oats and 300 bales of hay. LIKE OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND 150 t bales of VEHICLES. thn ni-pm- ' , i further narticulars and blue nrints spe ises, or Robert Long, owner, Lancaster, Ky., or War A. RuHnn. nn - E. 0. WOODS PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. I J D. I THOMAS' REALTY AGENCY LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 17, 1918. tvTiTirsfjfirinnofXKTfinoncofJOCKiCW Classified Column itATESi ? ngle ineftioin lc n word ?. taken for lc than '.'Oo column. Xo nib In this in 11 FARMER WILL NOT FAIL 0. S. IN IIS GREATEST TEST SECRETARY OP AGRICULTURE IS SURE RURAL SECTIONS WILL BUY BONDS. BY D. F. HOUSTON. Secretary of Agriculture. Dinr i Seven insertions five. fT the (rice tif I'licnc orders mint In paid promptly. mu iiiiiiii iiiin 209 ACRES BLUE GRASS I anil floln i j CARDS. Olllce at Itainey Livery Stable. Dr. Wm. 0. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. I.ancnster Kentuckv A good second lininl automobile for sale, or will trade to stock or tn good repair. grain, Henry Moore. the of sptinse I farmer American WANTED TO FEED about .'.0 ) will hr. t am mak rood healthy hogs, weighing not less Ins this confident an tliaii ICO pounds. Phone W. C. Rose, In the assertion C nrap Dick Robinson. ruJTTT7TWTri f.ve of the fart that the American FOR SALE: A 10 horn-- power' propl" an now helne, askrd to make gasoline engine, nlso silo cutter, with I rolns.al ontrlhutlon to litrty li all attachments. This macliiner)' lin Ninon i!i"nr.. A never been used and will sell nt n Anirrirs't farmer hnr the r patriotic siipiort of the bargain. See Hrieldri Urns or ()n of nation's treat war loan VW. Sanders, nt Judson, Ky. strlklnc feature of the Thlirl Liberty Loin n ih in.irt nlven FOR SALE OR TRADE: About ton b tbi- - tarniiiiK .in.l rural pnputa. tlona Not only did farmers pnrrhi' .1(10 acres of Knox County coal nnd llbrrall) of timber land; right on I. & N. Hail-l.i- communities the bonds, but the rural as a rule were more nnd State roml. Has fourhou-- n prompt In roniidetina; their nnd can be divided to suit purchas-i- r than the larger ritle Tor further particulars apply to .More linn iwenti thousand Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., Ky In the I'nllil nib Stt Route No. 1. Phone 337-scribed or Ho Ir iiversulm rlheil liinlas, many of them on the flrt d.n of the canipalKti, I'OIt SALE: Three good young The majnill) nf thee were not Jersey cows, one gentle, sorrel, fam- cities but country district, Iowa, a ily mare nlso buggy and harness. typical atrlcultiirul stafe. i the first Two extra nice coming two year old I to suhrrlbe Its quota fillies, plenty of bone nnd siie. One' Hut we now have a greater effort to coming three year old harness mare, make. Our larger war loan ha hern thoroughly broken. One rubber tired launched. It will tat our determlna-tlo- a to defend our llbert) and our recart, Frazier, also brake harness. V, S. Embry, Lancaster, Ky. public at all rusts. Our armies In the field ar fighting victorious!). The force- - at home are now In an offensive that must nut fall. NOTICE. I 'i RENT:- - For ycrr fnrm rontnlnIng nbout 12! .icrsv Write or cnll, A, V. Kiminniigh, in.n-4- t. lalncnstcr. k"y. KOI! ill v r The Fourth Lib erty tnaii will nut fall for lark of sup port of Ainrrlea1 J. A. lieazlev MINERAL DIRIiCTOK Olllce Otrr National Hank Residence Phone 3. Olllce I'lmne 27 LANCASTER. KV. farmer.. That la th wir I am altlne. to lhoe who ik rnr what thr r M. J. PATUICK, 1 1.jc-- . OF LAND AT. .Ju;:.t Ktir.ttU'k?. it AUCTION T.yg?fe. Oct 29th Honaker Or. Printus .iit .vniwrrrti Nil-I t Walker or ' VETERINARIAN. lilt, I romplljr tlajr Phone 317. LA.N'CAS KUNTUCJCY. Fine Cut Flowers. If you have not made settlement iu attain our objective, for your 4th Liberty Bonds, do so at' and lasting world peace once, turner by note or cash. Respectfully, V. F. Champ, Cashier. , As agent for Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Francis, who on account of oxtrenTe John M. McRoberti. ige cannot farm, I will sell at public auction 209 acres of blue grass land, W. A. WHEELER subdivided into Four Tracts. Most of which is in grass and in a high state of cultivation. Located one half mile from Paint Lick, Ky, one DENTIST . . KENTUCKY. mile from Graded School and right on good pike. LANCASTER, Olllce over Stormes Drug Store. acres most of which is in grass. All good for Ilrura TRACT No. 25 I p.m, ll' a.m. tobacco or corn. 10 acre tobacco barn and big cattle shed. acres, all in grass. Dandy new tobac- TRACT No. 1.-1W 1 i. 2.-43- .67 re a rlrfiiemie UU UlU II, II OIIIS Oil IWO IJ1KUS 3.-30- Citizens National Bank. NOTICE. TRACT No. trance from two pikes. Vjirtho A v TUa TRACT No. Buying Bonds investor. .74 4.-9- .S4 A - acres, all in grass, a nice little farm. En acres all new land, a nice place for the Smalls I The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to treipau upon lour lands for any purpose whatever is t win prosecute an oiienueni to the fullest extent of the law. Hunt. aml I'hemien especially tak notice. Mrs. Com I'hllllps, It. l Elkin. POSTED Dnl'u' '- I have left all my accounts in the The Yank, are buying bend.. Ifa net nanus 01 sir. ureen Ulay Walker for enough collection, and would b glad if 'er thtm te live and die and eufer " those knowing themselves ihd'ebted' I to me will kindly call nnd settle. jony of living death. They DB. J. S.TnLBKfJT.i ' . Juot what their comradee die for when they fall. FOR SALE Having decided to move to country, I desire to my They know th. menace of th. house and one acre of land, on Maple j ian li. Avtnuo. This is nice. property and To all the world and all th. race to will sell worth the money. See me' come. , luIcL-- before the "other fellow" does.' They know Just what they're December 1st. ' th They know Its meaning te ue here at home, We reserve the right to group and offer for Sale as a whole, Tracts o nn,l '1iU' 9 t All this land is well watered and taken care of. Has in possession of two families for 125 years. been TERMS: One third down January 1st, 1919, at time of possession, and balance in one and two years. For further particulars and blue prints see me on the premises, H"; Haclley. Pwdtnr TnJc ffiltom of itM&Mt l Gab. lnqnii tn&Vdt-- ri mm 1 w H. L. FRANCIS, Agent. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. cares " lerrnt( esu-e- . caoirrs. an I ,L MhTillaraae. Al Un b""ell iwel. f IXwItis boufrr, toitea lesssk fa. lauetlaaJk Haselden Drotban. t: Ina "yes. and why. J. T. Henry. And. therefore, while they offer life. they cry. hanging in his barn Tuesday mornWE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH.! THE LILIES OF FRANCE ing. He had been in bad health for "It'a not enough. " Not now. It we can aid about two years and very despondIVe pay from 12.00 to ?3r.,00 per I "France's lilies are lull and white, n other ways, we must. We know Brave as the dawn, calm as the night; ent, lie ate breakfast and went to I act (broken or not). We ulso pay acthe need the bain, ami when sent for to come I tual value for diamonds, old Gold, And fragrantly they sway above Of gune as wet) as lives In our' The ijuiet head of one I love. to phone wits found by work-han- d . Siher and BridgvAu-ork- . Send nt hmn;ing in driveway from rafter. once by parcel post and receito. cash Ue was married to Miss Moore, sis-t' by itturn mail. "We like our pay, but we can let It go I ijnceusingiy incsc tuneless uuwers of W. O. Moore of Madison, MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Hasten their bloom through the war-swe, Fot such a thing ae this. We'll do He hail one daughter, who died about Dept. X, Z007 So. 5th St., hours. it, too. And many a hid (hull huu- - their foam two )enrs ago. Mr. Tudor was about Philadelphia, Pa. j And if the folks at home can't raise C5 years of age ami is survived by his Washing with peace his enough wife and sister, Mrs. J. II Stevens, of home. We'll borrow aome to bring those j DISSOLUTION NOTICE Ileren. billions through." " I "O Notice is given that the corpora-- , France's lilies are tall with pride. Buy MORE Bonds tion know n us the CEN'THAL KEC-- I Oh. yea, the Yank, are buying. We' Flooding the slopes of the western side. can rest OKI), will be dissolved on Thursday, $5,000, October, 10th, 1018, by mutual con- And know they'll make up what w. It comforts me they sway above LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I love." stock-holderdon't provide. The quiet head of one sent of the The busl. SCHOOL BONDS. ness will be conducted in the future If we oan let them, then let's hope th. wanted, which Sealed proposals de'ad PAINT LICK under the name of The Centrnl Uec-- 1 oe opened nui'rii, i will ... . . , . ., .... ,. . n . Ih... ukH.. ...... ... urd. J. E. Itobinson will be the sole . nrn i.f.u into M. .IIV nmA ..r lip t IIIIIVV V. tICIV I'JWI, ItflD. ""-- ' ' "'-- ' K"'" re incy oieai Jon" owner uml proprietor, He will lis-- , J. A. Anion, in Lancaster, Kentucky, ' Sirs. Hice Woods. M. t one o'clock, I'. suuie the puyment of ull debts and Lucy Jeanne Price ,,000.00 Lancaster firaded Com-th- e Mr. nnd Mrs. Jonas Kucker were demands against the eorponitlon nn I guests of Mr. Samh Itucker Urfi continue the business in the same orj on the 1Cth. week. similar manner cs was conducted by, 56 State Bank Are lay ol December. uuu, first to be re- Denominator! the corporation. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Denny were Members of Federal ISth. M)23, and leemcd J. E. Hobiiiaou, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert J. lone eachDecember year thereafter. Reserve Bank System Walker. Trances (.'. Itobhuuii. Assessed valuation for taxation in I It. ! Elk;n. . .Mrs, l.lizie Henderson of Iiich-mr.n- district $2,000,000.00. ' tL'.'l.OOO indebtedness in bonds. The r'ederal Iteicive Hank of Clevevas Uiv guest of Mrs. E. Endowment fund $45,000.00 well ' for several days. DISSOLUTION NOTICE ccured. i land and Ha system of member banks Population of district about 2,r00. Tin' revival servbes uhivh ere to will one day soon represent a total of Notice is given that the crpnru-tloi'opulati,n of Lancaster, which la I beg n at the lVsabyivrian rhuich, known as the LANCASTEU resources of one trillion dollars. included in district, l.t'.OO, figures showed that in the Sunday, lave be;n iwjtpoiied indefi. Located on I. uml N 11, II. In cvn . OI'EKA HOUSE, will be dissolved nltely. iter of state, in llluc Crass region. on Thursday. Oct. aist, by Kourth District M state banks bad r..inr,w.,i i Mr. I'l,,.,,,.. IJincastr has threw nanus, earn oi , dmllted to inerobershlp. and mutual, consent of the stock-holderj bfen which has a canital of $50,000. raised the total resource to LoUlsvillo. Saturday nfter siiending Tlio buslnods will be conducted in the the b Aggregate deposits in three bunks, I several duys with Mr. nnd Mrs. I'.ubt $800,000.00. i future under the name o( ItOMAN'rf S03.I7i.OOO. Applications are .nd. Two flouring mills of large enpac Ol'EftA HOUSE. W. J. Itomans will, in from iiuiuerons other Institution. Walker. I ity nnd run daily. Misscts Stella undCleone McWhor-te- r be the sole owner and proprietor, In lb district anil aa th weekly. ' newspaper One first-clas- s tinkers are nt liohie now their srhooli He, .will assume the payment of all learn the advantaaHS of be log member $21,000, bab. City indebtedness debts and demands against the cor- banks all Institution will undoubtedly being suspended on ntcount of tli'4 slice due cn Water Works owned by city. influenza epii'entlcr poration and continue the business make, application tor nieruborahlp. Original cost of present buildings Mr. W. II. Dennynd Mr. J. in the cams or similar manner as was and grounds, $50,000.00. The federal lUserve Bank lystaca by the corporation. Ilumslde wlllleave Monduy for At conducted tiarrard County's debt, $10,000. of the country la credited with bta lan tn, where they property valuation of will exhibit thtlr Assessed W. J. Rosens. most powerful aeal la maklaj lb $11,000,000.00. lied Ilerkshlres'nt the Slate Fair. Hattie I. Koii-.unW. M, ELLIOTT, Sec'ty Uoard, possible lb. nolatloa at last ttra Ub. Carrie llelle Komuus. Mr. Shelby C. Tudor, was found Lancaster, Ky., October lfith, 10 It!. Loaaa. I COMMISSIONERS 1... j.i nur, "'J",!,"0 !!;. wil li ' tv First Museum. The llrt museum was part nf thr rnlflce or Aleinndrla where learned men were mnlntnlned nt the public (iAltUAIill i.t, tnst as eminent puhlltf ernnlN John Hrntle, CIIU'L'IT COL'UT I'laintilTs, were In the Prytnneiirn nt Athens, fu VS. flilinitntliili Is ntlrltiiilfMf l.i Vt, ilut.it. Mnttie Jane Ueutley, et nl, I lefts. Pliiladelnhus ihiml iistl It. rt. l'ursuanl to u Judgment nmlerc I at the August Term. Ill IK, the under-signeCommissioner will sell ut pub. lie auction to the highest and best iiinuer on the premises near lliatti ville, Ky on the Kichmond pike, t 2 o'clock, 1'. M or thereabouts, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 191b. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows; lletween the Richmond and Iain, Do not allow the caster Turnpike ami the Richmond poisons of undigested branch of the K. C. Railroad, and food to accumulate in bounded as follows: your bowel, where they Beginning at u point N'orthcasi of are absorbed into your metal on the Richmond and jncas system. Indigestion, conter Turnpike Roud, corner to John stipation, headache, bad Hurt, nnd in line to John Hurt; blood, and numerous thence with the middle of said Road, ether troubles are bound and with said Hurt S 40 l a K 21 to follow. Keep your poles S 44 K 40 poles S 53 K 22 poles system clean, as thousuV nf to a point on thcN'ortl.cxtt ands ol others do, by and near the pike, comer tu said taking an occasional dose e, lllatt and A, It. Dennv; thence with ol the old, reliable, and still with Denny running with n laoiily liver medinew line lately made lis between him cine. and Jesse Doty S 42 W 13 jwlci to u point 20 links from the inlddlo of Hie Railroad; thence running parallel with same N' 43 W H7 poles to u point 20 links from the middle line with John Hurt line N 10 U2 Black-Draug- ht 0 poles to the beginning, contain, ing la acres. The purpose of suld sale U Cur u division of the proceeds among the Mr. W. T. Pickle, ol heirs und joint owners thereof. Rising Fawn.Ga., writes: TERMS. "We have used Tried, lord's Ulack-Uraug- ht as The sale will be made on u credit a family medicine. My of six und twelve months and the mother-in-law could not purchaser will be required to execute take calomel aj it teemed bonds with approved security for the loo strong lor her, so she purchuse price, due In six and twelve used months, respectively, bearing Interest mild laxative and liver ut six per cent per annum from date regulator We use 1( until paid, having the force and effect Inlhe family and Mfcyi of a Judgment for which execution It la the best tuedlclae for may Issue, puvuble to W, II. Ilrown, the liver made." Try It. Master Commissioner of the Carrard Insist on the genuine Circuit Court, and a lien will be re. ineotowi. acanack- served upon the property sold until E-age. said Danny, thence down the pike II the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN M. GO. C 0 It. II. Totnlinson, Att'y for Pin's. SALE OF LflN Keep Well Thedford'8 ... it t