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THE CENTRAL RECORD.
LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 16, 1917. TWENTY EIGHTH YKAIt NUMBER ZO. nr3EEE in Special Prices For Ten Days on BUGGIES Wagons, ETC. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. LJL EH 3 ra HClOIt l.AWSON. I.KK I.ICDKOIU). Tun r.ADBAPn rniiMTV ravq PPfPiUP rnMMIWflM AT 4 inu UHIUWIIAI viVUlll I UV1U nuvumi uuuuiuuiunu .11 FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON. Onlv two Garrard county boys went into truining at I'ort. Henj Harrison and both came Tlwiiy with cnmirW'ions that nre making their friend hero at liuniv feel pmuil of their elTorts. Mr Kclor l.iuson received commission as Kirit Lieutenant in the cal vary anil N the youngest by several years In the entire regiment, having earned hit commission over several that had seen service in the regular army lor a numlicr of-year. Kctor is n line yiung man ami we know will till his rank with credit. Mr I.ee Ledford enlisted from l'aint I.ick, where lie is well known nnd very io)ulHr, being a brother of it. II. Ledford of that city. He was awarded a commission a Lieutenant in the Infantry end will make a typical ollicer, be Ing nearly fix feet tall and well proportioned. Both of these young ollicers have returned to their homes to await fur ther orders and are receding the congratulations from their count men and friends. FOH SALH: Thorough bred I'olaml china Kilt. Will sell ctaup. Call ut this office. The $10,000 saddle horso stake nt the Kentucky State Fair is getting in the horsemen's blood, it's in the air, its everywhere. Those who see It will surely feel that they have seen :i horse show. The pen is mightier than the sword. Let us try to give our soldier boys the ' happy privilege and pleasure of using the pen ai well as thu sword, to tell the story, (iarrard has done nobly Willi the Illiteracy fund. Those who want to j.in the night classes should make it known and teachers will be provided. Those who live close to town may see it. L. ICIkin at once. It is said u majority of thu German prisoners ure n miserable looking lot, many of them suirering from internal complaints caused by exposure, nnd tho majority from hunger. Few of them have any hopes of Germany winning the wur, and ono ollicer ventured the opinion that the time of the 1'iitlicr land's downfall whs nuar. He based liu opinion largely on tho scarcity of men, and certainly boyish facesnow in prison cages appear to be indicative of H lack of human material. "Looking from the broadest aspect at the events of the past fortnight in Kuisia," said Major Gun. Frederick II. Maurice, chief director of military op erations at tho Wur Olllce, "it will necessarily mean a prolongation of the war. We cannot longer count on any great material assistance from Kussia. This means a greater burden on the other entente allies and for the United States It means that she must come in to the field as soon as possiblo andNvitli the greatest possible force." The State Hoard of Agriculture of the three stutus, Missouri, California and Kentucky, will each select one judge for the $10, (XX) stake at the Ken lucky Stat Fuir, this year, which .vill be judged by the three-judge system. The National Surgical Dressings As sociation states that the supply of linen in Hngluud and Frunco is entirely ex hausted. The women of our land are asked to give all old linen table-cloths, towels, napkins or uny other linen ar ticles not needed in their households. This is to be used as lint in the Hospit als. I will take charge of and ship to New York all of the linen donated. l'lcasu leave package ut Drug Store, or send to the Bed Cioss Sewing Boom at once. The call is urgent, nnd Hie women of the town und community should generously respond. Mrs. Kohert McKobcrts. So far as wo are aware the first up teiirunce of the word "Khaki" In liter ature is in Kipling's "Tides From the Hills," and in these it was necessary to explain to Kurupeun reader what it ment. Khuki made its wny to universality for field service In the American armies, only in the first decade of this century. It Is not un impressive color for a sol dier, but it ulfords u better degree of' protection especially upon Mexican or Southwestern plains, limn cloth of uny, other color. Just now, ft Is the only wear for American youngmanhood that gives full satisfaction to the wearer. I The word Itself, borrowed from India signifies dust-rotor, and military gar ments of the color were first emp'oyed In India. Flour in sacks or barrels, satisfaction guaranteed or money back. j Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT Of Those Examined Hare Passed Physical Examinations And Claim No Exemptions. The Local Kxemptton Hoard hove progressed rapidly during the past week, although they have been short of help that they yet need badly. They have worked faithfully both day and night and passed on 208 men up to last Saturday night. Of this number M men have been accepted for military service and are claiming no exemptions before this hoard. Thy are all a splen did set of Garrard County's'youngman hood and we have no doubt but they will make good when called into the service of their country. The following is the list and their addresses who have been duly and leg ally called fur the military services of the United States and who have not been exempted or discharged. 837 C Herbert Schooler, Lancaster 75517 Lige Hobinson, Lancaster. 43-30 Andrew J. Ilenge, Hryantsville 420 -32 Ira Hamilton, Lancaster. GU-33 MlltonULemiy.HrodshawMM 487 -30 William C. Lay ton, l't Lick, 3 707 37 Kdgar Smith. Marcellus. J27- 42 Joel. Wheeler. Lancaster r.l 390-52 Fred Herring, Lancaster. 0S3-5U Robert Yeakey. Lancaster. Wfi-01 SquireT.Whittaker, Lancaster IMS- 02 Herbert Salter, Lancaster. 87t-07 Hufurd Smith, Lancaster. 652 OS John F. Moore, 1'jint Lick. 1M2-72 Chas. C Yatcr, Lancaster. 720 73 Jus. D. Hankin, Lancaster. 15 71 Kd Anderson, Crab Orchard 2. 432 77 Thomas Kcincr, llourne. 7C0 93 Thos lteynolds. Taint Lick, 183 31 Jesse II. Calico, Faint Lick, 60 -y. Howard Hufurd, Lancaster. 350 'JS Dave A. Hume. Lancaster 3. 51 90 Itollie H.llurnsidc.Bryantsville 870 -100 John W. Swope, Lancaster, 110 102 Tom Jones. Lancaster 3. 741-103 Geo. Itussel, Cartersville, 033-1015 Henj. Naylor, Huenn Vista. 023 107 James Miller, Lancaster, 533-110 John D. Gahbard, Faint Lick, 49.! Ill I'rice Logan, Marcellus. 3.V1 115 Thomas Hughs, Marksbury, 970110 Cornelias Wcarren. Lancaster, tH8 120 John S. Ledford, l'aint Lick 3 112 121 Carl It. Howling. Faint Lick, 079 120 Hlbert I'reston, Lancaster. 9U0 -129 Hugh M. Tarrence, Lancaster 303-130 Minor Hamilton, lluena Vista. 001-133 Silas I'reston, llourne. 93-13t John linker. Crab Orchard r r 550-138 Fred Ma field. Marcellus. 25 149 Louis F. Arnold. Lancaster, 222-101 Alfred Dunn, Marcellus, 730 100 Brogran Itoberts.Crab Orchard 308-103 Fred I'. Hager, Hryantsville, 9.V) 171 Hen Wood, Lancaster. 920 172 Gilbert Wilson, Faint Lick, 73S 170 J as II. lUlston, Faint Lick, 221 179 Sam Nelson Davis. Marcellus. 312 -181 Martin Graham, Hryantsville. 477-187 Chas Ilrewer Lavton, Lun. 1. 753188 Joe Kice, Lancaster. 130-189 General Uaker, Lancaster, 5?4-198 Chas Leavell, Crab Orchard, 523-200 Thad Lakes, Faint Lick, List of Men Claiming Exemption on Ac count of Dependants Who Have Passed the Physical Examination 337 - 0 Nelson Green, Faint Lick G70- 7 James Frewitt Hichmond It 1 501- - 10 Frank McGarven Marcellus 636 13 George Lytic Lancaster 618- 11 Chester Lewis Lancaster 107 IS Isac A. Brydnt Cartersville 092- 23 Oakley I'eaco Crab Orchard 600- 24 HampMcQuearyC. Orchard 810- 25 Alfred U. Swope Uryantsvill. 507- 20 Arbor D. Lee Lancaster 137- 28 Charles It. Joseph Uuena V. 133- 31 John I. Isabell Lancaster 10 - 35 Joe Aldndgo Lancaster It. 3 432 - 39 Lee Irvine. Coy 18- 40 John M. Anion Lancaster It 3 739- 43 A. J. Itoberts Faint Lick 513 - 47 Owen Locker Lancaster It. 3 40- 18 Karnest Hall, llourne Kv. 75 - 63 Claude Holton, Coy, Ky. 780- 60 Itoy Spivey, llourne, Ky. 332 - 03 Humson Gaihiey C. Orchard 512 05 William M. Leavell Lan. It. 3 ISIS 09 Kd Francis Lancaster 313- 71 John F. (joins Lancaster It 1 933 70 Itobert Waltern Lancaster 630- 79 Steve Lawson l'aint Lick 015- 81 Curtis It. Naylor Judson Kv. 650- 81 Otis Maleur Lancaster It. 1 31 80 Lonza Anderson Lancaster 931- 87 Delmar L. Young Stan. It. 1 077- 1)0 John W. Farker I .an. It. 3 625 92 Jesse Leavell l'aint Lick 811-105 Mat Shelton Lancaster 085. 109 Coy Frice Lancaster It. 3 923-112 Squire Underwood. Coy, Ky. 311113 James II. Greer Lancaster 037-117 Wallace M. Nealey Hryville 300118 James Hughes, llourne. Ky. 701 121 Sam Flummer Faint Lick 72-122 William Illsck Lancaster 350-123 Isrial G. llulfman Lancaster 128-125 G. T. Uallard Jr. Lancaster C 131 Harry Alcorn Wilmore 103-137 Otto Howling Taint Lick 61 140 Everett Darker. Bourne. Ky. 717-141 Frank Fullsrd Hubble 30-142 Itichard It. Anderson CO. It2 77,1-146 Charlsy Itay Lancaster 008-140 Troy McCoy Caitersvllle 40C-147 Calaway C. Hounshell I'. Lick 619148 Hiram Land Lnncaatcr 392 15ft James Hicks Lancaster 320-170 Fred II. Gammon Marcellus 050-174 David L. I'rewllt Lan. It. 1 818-177 Alfred Stewart Faint Lick 121-178 Herbert Bishop Lancaster 292-180 Hiram Field Faint Lick wi-ios imam i.unsioril lluena Vista 191 -180 Isac T Cornett Lancaster 858- 190 Floyd Snyder llradshaw Mills 108-191 Aubrey It. CarterCartersvllle 421-192 Clifford Ingram Bryantsville 913-199 Kirby ToHter Lmcoster It. 3 330-201 Martin Green Faint Llrk 12-202 Jasper Daily Marcellus 657200 John Marcum, Judson, Kv. ICE CREAM SUPPER. There will be an Ice cream supper at talr View chuich next Saturday night. Everybody is invited and earnestly asked to bo present. BUYS FARM. Mr. J. E. Itohinson nurchased through the Thomas Itealty Company, from the heirs of the late S. E. Owslev. the Owsley farm on Dix river, containing 220 acres, lor which he paid $100 an acre. NEW PASTOR ARRIVES. Itev. S. G. Callison arrived last Sat urday and preached his first sermon at the Haptist church last Sunday morn ing. Mr. Callison comes highly recom mended and the people of this county are glad to welcome he and his estim able family into our midst. BUYS REGISTERED CATTLE. Mr. A. D. llradshaw drove through the city yesterday five beautiful reg istered Aberdeen Angus calves he had recently purchased of Mr. It. It. Crow, of Lincoln, for winch he paid $1,000. They were all beauties and looked as if they were rendy for the show ring. Mr. HrnJshaw knows u good one when he sees it and never lets a little thing like the price stop him, if they ure what he wants. STOCK SELL WELL Tht stock sale of Mr. William Lear which whs held at Ills residence on the Lexington pike yesterday afternoon, wus the best of the kind held recently. All the stock put up was sold, and at prices that was highly satisfactory to the owner. Capt. Am. Hourne, the auctioneer, informs us that in three hours, over three thousand worth of stock was disposed of and all the money and notes collected. Mr. Lear was well pleased with the crowd and the spirited bidding. EASILY RAISED Garrard County's Apportionment of $250. When it became known through the Illiteracy Commission at Frankfort, that nearly 200 men in Garrard county be tween the ages of 21 and 31 had been drafted into the National Army that could not read and write and that pro visions had been made to teach these boys at a nominal cost of $1.00 each, if Garrard county would subscribe $250. in donations of one dollar each, plans were immediately put on foot and an organization effected and the money raised in two days. Mr. It. L. Elkin was made chairman of the Organization and Lieutenants were named in almost every precinct in the county, all of whom did splendid work und to whom the elm ir man is especially indebted. The names and addresses of those con tributing will be sent to the Commiss ion at Frankfort where they will be filed and perhaps some day, those con tributing their money to this fund, will receive a letter from the unfortunate soldier who could not read and write, thanking him for his contribution, that now gives the young man so much joy and happiness. THE WAY OF THE TRANS GRESSOR IS HARD. That the way of the transgressor is han was truly demonstrated last night when Jim Bryant, of Science Hill and Jim Owslev, a colored barber, of Som erset, ran their machine into that of J. A. lleazley's just in front of Sheriff Bullurd's home on the Stanford road, wrecking both cars. Sheriff Uallard was in ten feet of the accident and im mediately urrestvd Bryant and Owsley, who had in their possession, thirty- three gallons of whiskey in pint bottles, beside several dozen bottlei of beer packed In ice. At the time of the ac cident Bryant was driving at a rapid gait and on a perfectly straight road. There seems to bn no excuse offered for the accident. Owsley was placed in jail and Bryant was held on a cash bond which ho gave. The negro claims all of the whiskey and says ho bought it for his own personal use. He will probably be tried to-day or as soon as he gets financial aid from Somerset, his home town. I Mr Farmer, buy a CULTIPACKER S3 This machine will more than pay for itself in the difference in yield of your Wheat Crop. Machine on display in front of our store. Place your order now. "N. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, - Kentucky w HY i 3 & That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is V.'. . 41.A IAf-fr ' I ' 1. t rftali, IIMltlAHAll.il I.m1IamJaJ lilt UtOI. U1I1J ItUIlCOkllCU) U1IV1C1IUCU flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. take another because they say it is as good as GLEN LILY Hi Garrard Milling Go. i Buggies, Wagons, Harness. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buy ing.. W. J. Romans m SB