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The Central Record, Thursday, Aug 9' 1917.
Wm. . Sr$ NICE AT -R- 11 AT l vS.'! Jl aire, no nances vgj m i ire Buying There I iMi In a chance but not whtn you buy a lire of M "The i Five Tires" yi M$JjL rr.'ZX J c m man IHl)1 It I PA Ur II '..I TV. .11 fivn nf tl,m. Il!nvnt Card 'Nabbv.' u nuru riir - - - ( 'C.aiV 'yico 'Plain,' nro tires of known, d-monttraUd and proved tenrice and endurance tlifi make of lire, that costs less pr mi'" today han anjr lllicr mala of lira now or over. proof die cnniiitenl and persistent jrcsr-by.jresr, montli-by-monlli sales Increases of Unittd Slaltt Tiros. Your atprrirnce, loo, will prove tneir quality. United States Tires Good Tires Every NtJ of Ptie and Vie v Nobby' 'Chain' 'Uico' 'Plain' Ave IM t llUimUillt"1' rtm'.v ami nr.i: Accrssu- , All Hi Mtt lino IIWli anil llrar i f nttrtlfilatf lire. .NHifrm ?2 Complete Stock of United States Tires carried ?EX GARAGE, LANCASTER tttit m a TTnmmmi As agent for D. C. Sanders, I will sell to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, AUG. 11th, 1917, at 2:30P.!M. Jk his NEW MODERN DWELLING on Dan ville street in Lancaster, Ky. The lot is 66 by 200 feet and the dwelling consists of eight rooms and two halls, bath room complete with sewerage and septic tank. Electric lights and water works, cistern in back porch, front, side and back porches. Hardwood floors throughout the house. Good garden, barn, garage and other out buildings. This property Is modern and complete in every detail and must be seen to be appreciated. v Will show the property at any time. Sold on easy terms. For further Information apply to SWINE BROAD, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ky. As agent lor the heirs of Mrs Sallie B. Welsh, deceased, I will on Tuesday, August 21st, 1917 sell at public auction, her late farm located one mile north of Bryantsville on the Lexington pike containing about 45 acres more or less. This is a well improved little farm, with nice residence, tobacco barn and fine orchard. The farm is well watered and is in close proximity to the best road in Garrard county, the yard coming out to the main thoroughfare. Possess ion of the farm will be given January 1st, 1918. At the same time and place will sell, four yearling mules, one brood mare with mule colt at side; one cow and calf. Sale begins at 2:30 o'clock. Terms of sale will be liberal and made known on that day. R. K. Swope, Agent, AT. Scott, Auct. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. FRUIT SIRUPS. Juices For Jplly Making Kept Without Sugar Till Need For Them Arises. Fruit Jukes for use later In Jelly maklr;; can be Mcrillzod and liottled nltkjut sugar mill made into Jellies at tlio housewife's convenience. Tlili cn.iblos tier to do with fewer Jell.. Ias.-cs mid to distribute her pur chases of sugar for Jelly making tliroush tho year. .Moreover, with the bottled Juice die can make n creator variety of Jellies, ns Jukes which will net Jell can be ut up when the fruit Is rlpo und combined later with fruits that v. ;l Jell, or fruit ripening at differ cut seasons can be combined. Tor example, the Juice of strnwber rli", che-rles or pineapple can 1k kept without sugar and later, when apple aro plentiful, can bo made luto com bination Jelly. From the uusugarcd sterilized Juices of currants, apples, crabapples and crapes, kept from nlno to eighteen months, tlio bureau of chemistry. Unit cil States department of agriculture, re. ccntly made Jellies of excellent texturo, flavor and color. To put up uusugarcd fruit Juices for Jelly making proceed exactly as If Jelly wcro to bo made ut tlio time. Cook tlio fruits until they are soft mid strain out tlio Julco through o flannel bag. Heat ami pour while hot luto bottles previously scalded. Fill tho bottles full, leaving no nlr spuco between Julco and cork or seal. Flaco tho tilled sealed bottles on their sides lu water near tho boiling point and keep them lu the bath for about thirty minutes. Make turo that tho corked or sealed end Is under tho hot water. As boon C3 the bottles nro cool cover tho cork with a parallln seal. Thorough bterhizatlon mid sealing nro nbsolutely eucntlal to success. To mako Jelly from tho sterilized Julco test Its Jelling quality, add the proper amount of sugar uud proceed us in making Jelly from freshly expressed Juice. Wedding Cake. Olio pound of butter, ono pound of black nugar, ono nud one-fourth pound of flour, twelve eggs, six pounds of rulslus, 11 vo pounds of currants, ouo uud one-half iwunds f citron, two tea cupfuls of black molasses, two tea.cup fuls of wine, one cupful of brandy, two grated nutmegs, two tublespoonfuls of cloves, two tablcspooufuls of allspice, ono tublespoonful of cinnamon. Ileforo cutting tho citron boll It, then use tlio water tho citron was boiled lu to put la tho cako. Tho one-quarter of a pound of flour Is used to roll tho fruit la. At tlio last add ouo gill of milk anil two tablcipoonfuls of baking pow- First White Flag of France. Tho banner of the Virgin Mary, borne by Joan of Arc In her campaigns In defense of the Dauphin, was tho first white flag In French history. Oil From Shark Livers. Shark livers are used with those of the so-called "dogtlh" for tho extrac tion of an Inferior grndo of oil, which Is employed principally as nn applica tion to llsliermcn's boats and other wood exposed to tho wnter. Tho oil has a decidedly strong odor. It Is Hold locally In four-gallon tins at an average price of $1.80 per tin. It has not been dlcmered that the skin of the shark Is used to any extent. In it dried form it has it small salo for use In polishing or smoothing wood. Goddess of Justice. In Greek myUiology Astrnea, daugh ter of Zeus and Themis, was tho god dess of Justice. She Is represented with a pair of bnlances In her hand und h crown of stars. She was tho last of nil the goddesses who left tho earth when the golden ago had passed nwny and men began to forge wenpons nud commit acts of violence. Rich Booty Awaits Searchers. Syria and other Fastcm countries nro known to be full of burled treas ure concealed In tho soil by men who fought In ancient wars nnd who never returned to recover their valuables. Among the burled treasure elted are flvo shiploads of booty carried from Italy to Carthage In Northern. Africa In -155, by (lenserlc; plunder valued at billions taken from Home by Alarlc In -108 nnd by Attlla, In 452, ns well ns gold to the value of $'."0,000,000 burled In Koine by government authorities lu tho fourteenth ceutury. Child's Love of Music. When n child has shorn sufficient interest In music to wish to hear It, he should certainly be allowed to try and Imitate whnt he has heard, nnd to create music for himself. Some times n child of four or five shows more love for music than ono double that age. If they dcslro to listen and to learn, age makes little difference. Exchange. Cockades of French Revolution. The cockades of the French revolu tionists were composed of tho red of the 1'aris commune und the blue of the ancient monarchy. In tho troubled times Just before the deposition and execution of Louis XVI, Lafayette, to signify the desire of the people for n reconciliation with their king, added the Itourhon while to the cockade. The tricolor as n national emblem was ndopted by tho convention In 101. i Bbut utttxhb mm ROUND TRIP FARE LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. $1.55 VIA FROM JUNCTION CITY Southern Railway System. Tickets on sale, August 1. 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10 nnd 11. Return InjJ, tickets tfood to reach Junction City prior to midnight of August Mill. The Attractions. Interesting Agricultural Exhibition. The Products of War Time Gardens being featured. Th live stock display will bo the best ever oilered. A racing program in keeping with Lexington's fame for this fascinating sport. Ilaud concerts daily. Consult local ticket agent for tickets and detulled Information. H. C. King, Division Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. Ucr.