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The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9, 1917.
11 MIR 1 Having registered for the Selective Army and liable for call at any time, I will, on Saturday, August 18th, 1917 at three oclock, sell to the highest bidder, my residence on Danville street, in Lancaster, Ky., and known as the " Frisbie Property". The lot is 234 by 2 10 feet and the dwelling which is in splendid repair, contains eight rooms, electric lights, city water connections, front and rear porches, convenient cistern and spring. Has nice lot suitable for building, splendid garden and fruit. ' Property will be shown at any time previous to sale. Possession given January 1st, 19 18. TERMS One-third cash, balance in one and two years. Any information can be had by calling on or writing ALES DOTY LANCASTER EY. NO REST-NO PEACE. There's no peace and little reat for the one who suiters from a bad back, and distressing urinary disorders. Lan caster people recommend Uoan's Kid ney rills. Be guided bv their exper ience. V. S. Carrier, farmer, Danville St, Lancaster, says; "I had dull backaches that bothered me, especially during the night and my kidneys acted irregularly. I used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Stormes' Drug Store and the backaches and other signs of kidney trouble left me, I have had no return of tho trouble." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Uoan's i Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Car rier had. Foster-Milburn Co, Props., Buffalo. N. Y. MT. HEBRON Josephine, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Duncan in quite ill. Mr. Dennis Shcrrow and wife moved last week to the house vacated by Mr. Earl Grow, Mr, and Mrs. Dillard Urumficld and children are guests of relatives in Frankfort. Mrs. A. IS. Clark and children of Madison county arc with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott. Mr. Earl Grow, who was taken ill Sunday afternoon, is at Lancaster un der treatment of Dr. Acton. Mr. Herman Humphrey of the Or chard Grove section bought of Mr Earl Grow a sow and pigs price $25. The infant of Mr. und Mrs. Philip McMillan was interred in Mt Hebron cemetery Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Vunderpool and daughter, Hattie Lou, of Kokumo Ind, are the guests of her daughter, Mrs. A. 0. Montgomery. Mrs. Otho Montgomery and little daughter, Margaret E, of Lexington, are witlrMr. und Mrs. F. W. Mont gomery for stay. Mrs. Marion Montgomery and little daughter und Miss Iva Del Montgomery spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Montgomery at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow und daugh ter, and Miss Christine Kogers, wcro with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow ut Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. I' W. Montgomery and Mrs. Otho Montgomery and daughter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark near Burgin tho latter part of the week. Lime, sand, cement, rock screenings, uriCK sail, nuason, iiuglies rarnau Mesdames E. F. Scott, Ed Grow and little daughter Felda, spent the latter part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Teater ut Pink, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan at Nichotasvillc. Quite a number from here attended the Nicholasville Fair last week. Mr. H. K. Montgomery delivered some cattle to Center Bros last week at 8c per lb. Miss Bernie Montgomery is with her brother and family, Mr. Otho Mont gomery nuar Lexington. Messrs J. I. Crawfori and Auther Preston sold their wheat to Lancaster parties at $2.50 per bu. Mr. Uefoj. Jennings sold his farm of 80 acres to his son, Mr. Hamlet Jen nings, price $100 per acre. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Montgomery ure very happy over the arrival of u fine baby girl who arrived Aug. 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hicks and baby were guests of Mr. John Hicks und family near Lancaster Saturday night. Mrs. Win Onstott was called to Jes samine Satuiday by thu death of her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Francis Scott. Mrs. Win. Vanderpool and children who have been spending the pasi month with relatives here returned to their home in Lexington Sunduy. Mr. Sam Duncan, Miss Ituth Mont gomery and Murl Hurdette of Nichol asville attended preaching here Sunday and were the guests ef Mr. and Mrs. E. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Win, Onstott, Mrs. Ei F. Scott, Mrs. Ed Grow und little daughter attended the burial of Mrs. E. F. Scott ut Mt. Olivet cemetery Monday afternoon. Mr, Frank Dennis, formerly of this county, but tor some time a resident ot NicholasWIlo died at Lexington and his remains were brought here for burial Wednesday afternoon. BAD STOMACHS BUSINESS FAILURES BOOKKEEPING BuilneM.Phonoqraphy TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY IBIMfifiillW It FrtildtDt kti jetrtaf iprloc la mrttll rouac rarn na wojnaa lor aarrraa mm mmr now, i Uirm WUl'U H. ftJUTH, WxlalM. K, J ffUJDinrtMTHIUS I -a ..4 fMsmm In this day of high efficiency more failures are di'u to disordered Stomachs than to any other came. Nothing un dermines the body and mind so quickly as Stomach Trouble. It saps the en ergy and reduces ambition und vitality to a low ebb. Cathaitics frequently aggravate the trouble. Overcome quickly your Stomach, Liver and In testinal Trouble with Mayr's Wonder ful Itemedy, as it reaches tilt) seat of the disease. Millions have been res tored by it. Let one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Itemedy convince you today. For sale by It. E. Mcltoberts. 2 3t. G-UNNS CHAPEL. Mr. and Mrs. Talton May Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp were here Friday. Misslltulah Sebastuin has been visit ing at Nina. Mr. Ed Duiley lost a nice calf by death last week. Mr. John Lund sold two calves to Mr Frank Land and I'd Naylor. Miss Beulah May was a guest of Misses Maymu and Mattie Calico. Quito u nunber from thin place attend- ded the Camd Meeting ut Wilmore. Mrs. Ambrose Calico and Miss Zulu Calico liuve returned from Itichmond. Mr. and Mrs, Dock Simpson of Itich mond were here Friday and Saturday. Itev. J. G. Itngan filled his appoint ment at the M. E. Church hero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land of Marks bury, visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land Sunday. Mrs. BetticEasler and son Mr. James East of Jessamine were hero Sunday und Monday. Itev. D. F. Sebastain wil till eis ap pointment at Buckeye Baptist Church on Saturday und Sunduy. Messrs James Land, Coy l'rico and Willio Wornhington purchased soino hogs of Mr. John Land ut I lets. Revs. Burke, Brandenburg and Mr. and Airs. S. P. Guynn were guests of Mr. und Mrs J, M. Amon Friday. Mesdames Lucy Kidd and Dee Young and two daughters of New Port are here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Land. , THE KITCHEN FLAG. (Atlanta Journal.) I have nailed a Hag in my kitchen And as it hangs there on the wall I feel, though I am n woman, I have answered mv country's call. I am n recruit in the army That is striving for justice and right, I am helping to feed a nation And helping to win the ficht. My bugle a mockingbird singing Out in the Magnolia trees, His song urnj to martial music As it comes o'er the scented breeze. Sometimes when the air is stilling And the garden roses invite, I stick to my range in the trenches And gallantly wage tho fight. For I think of our boys who or stilling In that seething hell over there. And I feel that I'd be just u slacker, If I should do less than my share. I know us I go fourth to battle To the mockingbird's clarion call I am eurning my right us a soldier To salute the tlag on the wall. I salute the flag in the kitchen And the mockingbird thrills from his nest, While the love of God and tnv country Thrills warm within my bread. Though the boys may fight in tho trenches, I cheerfully give my all As I do my bit in the kitchen And salute the Aug on the wall. Six Presidents Married Widows. Six United States president mar ried widows Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Fillmore, Benjamin Ilarrlsan and Wilson. Similar Effect. Some of those who get Into the pub lic eye nggrnvute said public eye llko n cinder In the Imlltldual optic. Atchison Globe. Alaska's Greatest Treasure. Of nil the treasures In Alaska, tho seals are prntinbly nmnng the most valuable. Unlike mineral wealth, they need never run out, for, In conse quence of their powers of reproduc tion, they can yield under reasonable control n largo and continuous revenue for mi liiileUnlto future. It Can't D Done. We know of n father who has been MrhliiK for five yvurs In vnla for mas tery nf the heir. lbcchaoge. The Only Failure. George Eliot mnke.i Felix Holt say: "I'm proof against that word failure. I've seen tx-hlud It. The only failure n man ought to fear Is failure to cleave to the purpose ho sees to be best. As 1'UiR as n innn sees and be lieves In Bomu great good, he'll prefer working toward that In n way he's best fit for, come what mu.v" Word Lunatic In BlbFc. Thu word lunatic It used UtIco In thu New Testament (Matthew 4:21 and 17:15). Tho word evidently refers to somo dlscaso affecting mind and body. By tho description given by Mart: 0: 17-20, It Is cenduded tho dlseaso It epilepsy, t Difficult Achievement "My young frlpnds," said n member of tho board ot trustees, who was ad dressing tho school, "let mo urge upon you the necessity of not only readlug good books, but nlsojjr owning thorn, so that you may hivo access to tlwrn at all times. Why, vhen. I was a young inun I used frequently to work all night to earn money to buy books, and then got up beforo dajrllgb.t anil read them. See This Patch? It will get you home THE new Fisk Cementlesi Patch for auto tires has the strength where you want it. It's thick in the center. Coven a larger cut. but hecausa oil waste rub ber is eliminntcd costs less. Most efficient and best value lite patch on tho market the best Insurance you'll get home. Thin patch is one of the many standard value Tire Sundries There's no higher quality any where. No motorist should be with" outjhem. 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