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lne Central rtecord.Thursaay Oct 19, 1916
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. AKIIAUD CIRCUIT COURT. GoTRe "ACnitor's Adm'r., ct nl, I'llTo, VS f-jMOip? A. Carter' Heirs, Delta. JUxauant (u a judgment rendered at thr August Term, l'JIC, the undersigned imiUiiMtonor will pell at public miction taUte highest and best bidder, before Court J louse door in Lancaster. Afy.. at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts MONDAY. OCTOBER 21, 101b', it being Uiu Gral day of the (Jatrard Countjr Court Term the real estate rarntioned in the pleadings and des- ealxW ju follows: 'Sr.trs.1: In Garrard County, Kentucky w waters of I'alnt Lick Creek and Ainndtjd as follows: lleginninK at a -Avwtnut oak on the top of a ridge; timoee n South Eastern course to a Mack, oak In the branch: thence South wfth top of the ridge to a chestnut oak; .Ctmace with the original Uaugh line to Cne Gann corner with spotted oak .pointers on the branch; thence with the meanders of the branch to a maple at the mouth of branch to n drain and tip the drain to a double black oak; tUcnce to a white oak on the South aid of a hill; thence a straight line to tiio beginning, containing 100 acres more or less. Being tho same land .conveyed to George Carter bv David M McCollum and wife by deed dated November 7, 1893 and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Hook 12. page 51G. Tract 2: Consisting of several tracts nil adjoin and will be sold as one bound ary, described as follows: In Garrard County. Ky., on the waters of White I.ick Creek and bounded as follows: irp'nmng at a stone, corner on North auleot iublic Rond, corner to Ilallenger, Kebinson & Halcom; thence with tatter S 3 W 21 poles to a stake; thence a3!L.'iti poles to u stake corner to Uigcinbotham; thence with latter N B K 30 polos to a stake, corner to same Hrxi new corner to Anderson; thence new line with latter N 14 W SCJ poles tn stake in line to Conn's heirs; tliwnce with latter S 58 W 39 pole' to tin beginning, containing 19 A. 2 It. -and 30 poles. Heine the same land Sutemenl Of The Ownership, Manage ment, Circulation, Etc., Required By The Act Of Centres of August 24, 1912. niitiMiiiiiiiriiiiiiiii Scientific Farming H-H-H-H-H-HH-H-l-H-l-H-I-K' FARM TIMBERS. ACCIDENT ()R SICKNESS SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE HOW FAR IS THE DOCTOR ? ? ? With a telephone In your home he is in the next room. This means prompt assistance, relief from pain, life saved. Are you going to let another day go by without a tele- coRwyed by Priscilla Hranson to George 'lrfc?r oy deed dated October 14, 1902, xral recorded in the Garrard County Cterk's Office in Deed Book 21, page 232. Ainu tract adjoining the above tract described as follows: Beginning ut tw chestnut stumps, corner to John AIlna; thence with Steve Holkulm's .line to Mrs. Ilranson's corner, East Vi stone corner to George Carter's lant. thence South with Carter's line ttoxetake in Jennings land, a corner; lnre West with Jennings line to a criiiT.of Medcalfs land; thence with Iris Koo-eam course to a spotted oak. cuTwro Aliens land; thence with his lire c Worth easterly course to the beiymnng. containing about twenty five jMcroitn A.) , more or less. Being the aitilnd conveyed to George Caiter y fttac Holland and wife, bv deed daaafiSeptember 16, 1902, and recorded iiK&cCarranl County Clerk's Office in .Uft Book 21, page 235. Also tract aajaimtng the above tract and descibed a follows: Beginning on a stone at ! aid of the County Road: thence with Mj Road to Stephen Holcum's iwe. whence with Halcum'a line to Bat G-fiimpis line; thence with Gellispas line Go William Pennington's line back ta beginning, containing five acres, the satce more or less. Heinjc the same land conveyed to Cecrjfe Carter by George Hughes and i wife, by deed dated March 4, 1901. and 1 rreiTded in the Garrard County Clerk's OlXce in Ded Book 21, page 285. j nlinnr in vnur hnm7 Also the following tract Sd.oinintrthe ' P'101 yUr HOmef above tracts and described as follows: itt-jeccing at a stone in the road and wr an old well; thence N 43 W 46 4-C poCcs to a stake in the branch and' in s. Ene of Chas. Robinson; thence i witi his line S 72 W 24 poles to a I 'stiwie, a corner to John Carter; and i Cbas. Robinson; thence S 2 W 20 ' iputea to a stake; thence S 19 K 4 poles ' .tit o stake; thence N C9J E 14 pules 4 , tUrils to n etone a corner to George A. V';rtrj thence with his line S 05$ E 3Til poles to a ctake in center of the ' C(Minty ltoid N 56 E 11 poles to the heinmim, containing fi and 150-1C0 ncres. Being the tame land conveyed I nt CtwrKe Carter by I'reston Ward.' et it, by deed dated March 3. 1911. and rrcrdfd in the Garrard County Clerk's , Oil'ee in Deed Book 31, imj-e 592. Sjt.d ttvo facts will be ottered Separate- ' My hoc then oTered as a whole and the bit: rvalizing tho largest sum the Commissioner will accept. jThH. purpose of tills) sale is to settle llie vtftate of George A. farter, fbceasod, and divide the proceeds if any icmain after payment of debts, tueung the heirs-at-law as their interest may appear. TERMS. The sain will be made on a credit of ix and twelve months and the pur cfiaaer will be required to execute bond with approved pecuiily for the purchase price, due in six and twelve month Yrieetively, bearing interest at the rale of six per cent per annum from dato until paid, having the force and ftTect of n judgment for which exjeu ti mav hjuo. payable to W. II. Ilnrwn, Master Commissioner of thp UurranI Circuit Court, and a lien will le rewrved upon the property sold un til all the purchase money is paid W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Robinjon, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Of The Central Record, published weekly nt Lancaster, KcntucKV for PRESERVING October 1st 1916. State of Kv, County of Gnrrnrd, Treatment Increases Durability Re Before me, n Notnry Public in and for suite of Foreil Service Cxperlmente. the State and county aforesaid, person- Prepared by L'nlled Slalts deparlninu o( ally appeared R I.. Elkin. who having mnlculiurcl been duly sworn according to law. de-1 Tin."' are iunn fortni of tlml-cr on poses and savf that he is the Publisher tlie tar 10 llI,,h l'recrvallvc treat of the Central Record. ,"R,U cnn "c ninniaccoiisiy appuni 1. That the names and addresses of Among tlicse are posts, telephone pnlei the publisher, editor, managing editor, . '!,os' '1'"G1'"'. greenhouse board.. sllK and business managers are; ( rounuatiou uinuers. noar.i wsik-.. Publisher. Central Record. Lancaster , wo""cn PnlM- """' 'rnmc. p-r. u Kentucky. columns, wen curiniig. nr. it ii rsti' Editor, J. E Robinson. Lancaster Ky (u,,uru lu" n "'oroiiLii open iai.K ireni. Mannelm? Editor. R. L. Eikln. Lan. mcnl or ,e,,c0 I""" BMUre CTea caster, Ky. Business Mnnager, R. L. Elkin, I. an caster Ky. That the owners Bre;(Givc names and addresses of individual owners, or If a corporation, give Its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) J. E. Robinson, Lancaster Ky. Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster Ky. R. L Eikm, Lancaster Ky. Central Record, Incorporated, Lan caster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholder;, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or mori, of tola, amount of bond, mortgages, er other securities are; None. 5. That the average number of copies of each issue is this publicatian sold or distributed, through the mcils or other wise, to paid aubscribers i'up ing the six months preceding the date shown above is (This information is required from dailv publications only). R. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me 3rd day of Oct 1916. W. 0. Rigney, Notary Public. iltifl OPEN TANK TllEATUENT. Personal Stationery or Should be Engraved Embossed Dowadays. It reflects pood taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the nuny Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. Central Record. Why takes chances? The cost is trifling the service to you-priceJess., Drop a card today to BAS'M TELEPHONE COMPAWV and have a representa tive call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your house. Western Electric Telephones guarantee jou best scrvlc.) Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. nondurable woods an average life of twenty years. A thorough treatment "Itli coal tar creosote will make a wooden silo more resistant to decay, less subject to shrinking nud swelling and will also make painting unneces sary. The treatment of any nondur able wood, which Is used where cou- ditlons are favorable to decay, will prolong Its life for many years Tor a number of years tho forest service has been conducting expert inents on tho preservative treatment of fence posts, poles nud other forms of timber exposed to decay. The preservatives tested In the ex periments Included coal tar creosotes, carbollneunis, wood tar creosotes, wa ter gas tar creosote, zinc chloride, tar, crude oil, paint, linseed oil, whitewash and cement coatings. Of all the vari ous preservatives tested coal tar crea- aote has given the best results. Car- boUneums have given about the same Increase of durability under certain conditions. The service test upon wood tar creosote and water gas tar creosote have not yet definitely estab lished their value, but these products apparently will give good results. Zinc chloride Is satisfactory under certain conditions. Tho other preservatives have not proved satisfactory for farm use. There are a number of methods of ap plying preservatives to wood differing considerably In cost and effectiveness The methods best adapted to farm use ( are the open tank process, the cold bath or soaking treatment, tho dipping I process and the brush or painting treatment. The open tank piocess Is the most thorough method practicable on the j farm. The posts are heated for one or inoro hours in the creosote oil at a temperature of from ISO degrees to 220 degrees P. They nre then qutekly transferred to another tank of oil hav ing a temperature of about 100 degrees V and are left there for an hour or more. In tho hot bath the air and molsturo In the wood expand anil are 'partially driven out When the wood Is plunged Into the cool oil tho air and moisture In it contract and draw the oil Into the wood. Instead of a scpn 1 rnto tank being used for the cool bath, (he heating oLtho oil In the hot bath , may be stopped and the wood and the oil allowed to col together. This ac ' compUshcs tho same purpoe ns the cool bath, but a longer time Is required beoauso the hot oil cools very slowly. 1 In tho cold bath process tho wood U treated by son kins for n long lime In a tank of preservative nt ordinary air temperature. Since cold oIIh do not penetrate wood readily. It U probililo ttiut but few woods enn bo successfully Impregnated with oils by this method ( The dipping process Is considered ! suitable only for preservatives of an t oily nature. The wood H simply heat cd In oil nt from 'JfX) degrees to 220 degrees V. for from live to fifteen mln utcs or longer. It Is cheuper than the open (fink treatment, but Is much lr ' effective. Ilrush treatment or painting Is con sldered suitable for oils only nnd con slsts In applying two coats of hot pre Jcervatlve to tho wood. . It h:m tho ad vantages of cheapness nud simplicity land the dlsadvautngo nf adding lcs ' ...i.t,i. . 1 North-bound. No. 10 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m No. 4 Pan-American Spe cial, daily 0:03 a.m. No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...G;03 a.m. No. 1 1 Carolina Special. dnllv 7-nn am durability than (lie foregoing methods, No. C- .Local Exnress .lanvl.3K n m I 8 Pnwervatlve treatment of furm No. 2-Cincinnati Limited, dally No. 12-Iloyal Palm, daily.. South-bound. No. 5 L o c a 1 Express, uauy n:us a.m. riifiin LIVE STOCK and Farming Implements AND PUBLIC RENTAL OF LAND Tuesday, October 31$t, 1916 I will sell at public auction, on the premises, About Sixty Acres of Land. This farm is located right at Hubble, Lincoln County, Ky., on the Rush Branch pike, five miles from Lancaster, five miles from Stanford and six and one-half miles from Danville, right at two churches, school, stores and mill. The land is good and fertile, lies well, no waste land, good 5 room house, large new barn, large or chard, well watered and in the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky. This farm will be sold in lots of from Two to Twenty Acres each and each lot fronting on the pike with good building site and may be offered as a whole. EASY TERMS. Sale of the land begins promptly at 10 o'clock after the sale of which we will adjourn to my farm a few hundred yards distance where I will rent to the highest bidder 280 Acres of Land for the Year 1917 of which 65 acres Is for cultivation and the balance In grass and meadow. This farm has splendid five room house with three porches, nice yard and garden, two barns, cribs stock scales and other out buildings, large orchard, several good lots convenient for handling stock with water In every field and lot. Also sell the following personal property. HORSES. MULES. One good plantation walking horse, drives and! A pair slx-year-old, 16i hands, works; one 6-year-old driving and work horse; one 7-jmules, the best in the county; 1 pair year-old brood mare, good worker; one 10-year-old hands, mare mules, extra good ones; brood mare. sucklinrt mule. CATTLE. HOGS. Two extra good young Jersey cows, one fresh; 1 sow and 6 pigs; 1 sow and 9 pigs; 3 good 13 extra good, high grade, yearling and 2-year-old .brood sows, 13 forty pound shoats, 1 pure bred white Jersey heifers, all by registered sire; 5 extra good Chester boar. yearling short horn heifers, 6501bs; six 600 to 900 1 2 two-horse wagon, 1 double section disc har pound butcher steers; 4 registered yearling Jersey ( row, 1 Deerlng mower, 1 grass drill, Oliver riding bulls, ready for service; I six-months registered Jer-plow, 2 walking plows; new hay rake, cultivator, sey bull; 1 fine 5-year-old registered Jersey bull, double shovel; roller, plows; 1 buggy; 1 rubber tire" printed tabulated pedigree furnished on application; carriage, wagon gear; plow gear; etc. Also a lot of 1 four-months-old red bull calf. 25 extra yearling steers baled Timothy hay. Terms easy and announced sale. Will be glad to show the farms at any time before sale. DINNER G. B. SWINEBROAD, LANCASTER, KY. 230Olbs mare 6-year-old, 16 one extra good ho, ii uoyai raim, ualiy..n:i:u a.m. No. 1 New Orleans LIm. ited, dally 11:35 t.m. No. 13 Carolina Special, dally 10:15 p.m. No. 3 Pan-American Spe cial, dally 11:35 p.m. No. 9 Florida Spe cial, daily 11:52 p.m. No. 27 Iilue Grass Spe cial, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlln. sgont; 'phone 346. Illnlioru nfTnrM nfwtnrlmillv for n nrnftt. . JoIjU" Industry lu rural communities. In , 5:20 p.m., many places a small wood preervlns 5:37 p.m. plant can le profltaMy operated In con I nectlon with a IhrcsliliiK ontflt. n feed, mill, or a sawmill, or nevcral Individ' mils can co operate In establlslilnsnnd 1 penitlns A plant for the treatment of Umbers used on the farms In tli I I'luiihorbood. . Jefferson "School Law. MESA ii " HP ! I mr - i TU1W Metal Shingles Htst5lat irLLil. llth itariiMuO't.l. tte J end tifu. Jaii.l. lYeittr lor bM In IlLVftflM, Hllhilt Hufmu. lull ion fcBJwin 114 iuoni klM of V, ELLIOTT rENNEEAKER, Se, UjL;., !f:. if! Victoria ShifigU CrltnlolMin,! ulthihlvritvofdHler. tlthemlvanUtd, or tln-plaU palntsd red or preen, vou can fin J luit tht right styl of Cor Irish t Mtil Shinglra for your building. Look for Uadcmsik, "Cortrlghl" Ktg. U. S. Pat. OtL j For Salt ill Local Contractors or Cortrifiht Metal Roofing Co. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia,- Pa. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. f. It )KNMY, l'resldnt J. E. STOItMES, Vice IWU S. C. DENNY, Cashier. It. 1. :mur, Aw't Caihler. J. U (JlU., Ilook.Keper. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT Y0UU UUSINES3. Samual U. Cochran. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Dehny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors.