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The Central Record, Thursday, May 16 1918.
I I' mut I will on Thursday, May 23rd beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.. at my farm known as the Berkele place in Bryantsville, Ky., sell to the highest bidder, the following live stock: 1 extra good six year old walking horse; 1 bay mare in foal to Jack; 1 brown mare with mare mule colt at foot; 1 black mare with horse mule colt at foot; 1 four year old bay mare horse mule colt at foot; 1 bay mare, good harness work mare; 1 seven year old buggy mare, gentle; 1 three year old horse unbroken; 1 five year old family horse"gentle for la dies sure"; 1 pair two year old horse mules; 1 five year old black cow and calf; 1 four yea r old black cow, good milker; 1 four year old Jersey milk cow; 1 extra good 4 year old Jer sey milk cow, calf by side; 2 two year old extra nice Jersey heifers; 1 two year old Steer; 1 yearling Steer; 1 weanling red heifer calf; 1 good eight months old short horn bull; 1 good high grade one year old Hereford Bull; 9-125 pound stock hogs; 5 ninety pound shoats; 3 seventy pound shoats; 1 good brood sow; 1 extra good Poland China sow, "bred"; 1 Duroc Jersey sow; 2 sows and pigs; 1 Surrey, 1 Buck Board, 2 buggies; 1 new Buck Board. Some household goods, 1 walnut bed stead, 1 folding bed, feather beds, and other household goods. Some farm ing implements. Term made known on day of sale. Mrs. H. J. Tomlisison, Brpntsville, A. T. Scott, Auctioneer. Ladies of RED CROSS Will Serve Lunch. MT. HEBRON Whooping cough raging in this section. Mesdames Win. Duncan and Jos eph Hicks remain quite ill. Mr. Jas Stone is erecting a new dwelling where he now lives. Mrs. Scott Huffman who has been real sick Is improving rapidly. II r. Thomas Montgomery nas his house about completed and will move Into it this week. Miss Lavina Montgomery of the Lancaster exchange, is at home suf fering from neuralgia. Quite a number of folks from different places have been fishing at Lock 8, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dean were with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan at Nicholasville, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs John Vanderpool and daugh ter, Miss Hattie Lou, and Mrs. Keith ami children, of Koko.no, Ind., arc with relatives here. The pie supper given by Miss Kate Holticlaw and pupils at Lo cal' Jrovo, Saturday night was well cttended nnd about $17 was reali sed, whicji will be used for the beneft tf ths school. Mt. Hebron and Buckjye church es rcjer.tod their j.astor, J!cv. D. Sibwtian, with nio:iy to defray 1 'a cxponiet to the Esuthern Dap 1st Convention, wh'.eh ctnv.ves ct Hot Sfrinji Arit., this week. V lere v. ill nc serview at this place Sv'.ur tr; and Sunday at the usual hear . HAIN'T LICK Mr. Jariea t. Dinny .ai a visitor i in nichmonti, Monday. i Mrs. John W. UUford of Cincin-j natl, visited his sutcr, Mrs. Conn, recently. Quite a number from this plan went to Richmond Monday 'night hear Private Peat. Mr. Will Champ and family of Lancaster, wero guests of his moth er, Sunday. Miss Christine Metcalf, of Lan caster, was the guest of Miss Ava McWhorter, Monday night. Miss Annie Ilello Ballard, of Lan caster, was the guest of her sister, Mrs, J. G. Davis, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hedriclc and little daughter, of Lexington, visited relatives here the first of the week. Xews was received here the past week of the death of Mr. Wm. Gaf ney, who for many years was a resi dent of this place. He and Mrs. Gafne-y had recently moved to Char leston, West Virginia, to make their Jiome with their daughter. The Consolidated School closed Friday the Oth. We were greatly inspired by an address by Dr. Can field of Central University, on Thursday evening at the graduating exercises. Misses Mable Hall and Murli Ledford and William Caldwell were awarded diplomas. This clos ed the most successful school year for Paint Lick. On Wednesday evening. Miss Patrick's Expression clas, assisted by local talent gave n very amusing comedy, "Fun on the Podunk Limited". The play was well produced and speaks well for Miss Patrick's training. Quite a large crowd was present and a p. -jitj sum talen in at the door. IttMtanttt Grala your old floors to i-k liLe new hsrdwocd, Ch Namcl is hccl-proof, sshahlc, tanlt iry, ltng-w carin;, easily applied and costs about 2 cents a quire foct. Leirn about Chi-Namd varminfi, enarrrs aru omcr tinnhcj f jr Lome use. Ciit-Matncl SiorcJ In your lull tit r will leach von t ftln ! fine mitjti, tut. Chi Nimtl pro (! confinJ Is est feprt tcnUlit ( (t.t In t.i,r-lwi 4tt known tot bit i tti Mttua ! itibt mitHikdii. TU Obis Vmih Co.. CUwund We are exclusive a7enti for he Oii-Namel products advcrtiied in the national migi tinei. We know their worth by actual teit juit ai wc (elect every article in our ttock. CaiNmtl Clfff ValU tit CtU-Kimtt Aut Fialtbt coW 4 ltkl U ptlKllteo. IHttUg. tkow fjut triikJi uitki. Vint a4 wti Chi-IIiBtl faraltuit Paltsb im Uia tfsii Iiirssitar. Mm McRoberts Drug Store. SUE Would Make Thl:k ZrrOi Crust Tlu amount of lur.i! lmw sen level n thi world miiiiM f-i' . ii rrut S00 -I thick If evenly i'.-.i .mil r.ll oth ulohe. THE LAST RED CROSS WAR FOND How was the last Ited Cross War Fund spent? This is a fair question and It is fairly answered in tha detailed and itemized reports which have been published In the news papers of every town and city of the land. You never saw the reports? Then nsk the olTicers of our local chapter, because the I'ed Cross War Council wants you to know where your mon ey went. They say in France nnd Italy nnd ter stricken countries that Ameri icn Ked Cross relief supplies have a way of coming through on time. Italy did not find the Ited Cross wanting in promptness when her frcat trial came. And Koumania said no allied nation couM get through to help Koumania in her ire need. Hut the American I'ed l ross found a way. H is not nlwcjs n c'eap v.ny. ".Needs must" cost monev. But did you give that money to bo saved or i j save lives? Are you willing to pay five dollars or fifty to bring something of comfort to a war-racked and tortured mortal who, but for your gift, would surely die? And of one thing you may be ure: Not one penny of that first ui.dred million dollars, given to the Cc I Cross last summer, has gone for un thing but war rellaf. The Ked Iriss War Council, now asking for athcr hundred million, pledges ,e same kind of expenditure. In the Red Cross there is no high u.ried burcuuersey, no extravn -TWit administration expense. All le higher oiflcinls and nine-tenths ,.f tho workers aru unpaid valun tecrs. The cost of raising and col lecting the first Red Cress war fund was about cue-half of one per cent, more than covered by the bankin: interest on the money. Your Red Cross needs this second hundred million to lighten Just a little of the awful load of misery "over there". Your share is all that you can give and then a little bit more. Will you hold up your end? S. D. COCHRAN VI ,rcas, It ha pleased Ood to call t a i the roll of membership of the Lancaster Ilap'.irt church, . D. Cochran, who illcil suddenly m Sum'ny May Sth. 1013: nr..! i Whereas, Brother Cochran, an ce'lve men. her cf the llaptist church J for t .e ir-c.itcr part of Irs life, was for several years the clficlent nnd faithful Superintendent of the Sun- - day School and nt the time of his t death n member of the Heard of Deacons, devoted much time nnd thoUKht ns well as means to the U port of his church, keeplnR always I In mind the church's welfare nnd I the advancement of the cause of J Christ; always strong in the Fnlth, ' firm in convictions, wise In counsel, steadfast in purpose, earnest and ! sincere in the performance of every , iuty to God nnd his fellow man, i never compromising with wrong; j therefore, be ,lt I Resolved, That in his death this church has lost an earnest and con secrated worker and each member a true friend. Resolved that our best tribute to him and his memory is to emulate his strength of character, his de votion to iluw, nnd to be found I.ke him who p!:icd mot nobly a man's part m tlu church ne loscd, and among tiii feltcun ouuidu the .Lurch. Resolved, That to his bereaved family, we express our profound sorrow and our heart-felt sympathy, praying for them the help nnd sup port of thiir Heavenly Father nnd that behind this sjre trial may tiiere be for them Cod's comfort and God's peace. Uo It further Resolved, That n copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this church and a copy given to the Central Record for publication: also u copy sent to the Western Recorder for publica tion. P. II. Hopkins. Clay Sutton. S. II. Sanders, Committee. Whereas, On May 5, 13 IS, death claimed S. D. Cochran, who had for several years served on the Hoard of Trustees of the Lancaster Grad ed School, whu always looked to the best interests of the cummun- ity ns well ns the welfare of the i children, and who discharged his j duty without fear or favor; there- fore be it Resolved, That in the death of Mr. Cochran, this Hoard of Trus tees has lost a faithful and efficient member, the school a true friend,' Queer Post Omc Nimes. and the community a good citizen, j fitrni:e nsraes hawi often ln Resolved, That we tender ourlclven to post iiIIIcm In the United sympathy to the bereaved family; 'Slates. The latest list i-how a n place that these resolutions be recorded in 'culled Ace. In Missouri; n Affinity In our minutes and a copy given to'w" Virginia, a Han-font In Ocurcta, the Central Record for publication. I1 ',1li,foo, '"J"'" ,5,owot hUbn- J. A. Heailey, Committee. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank Kir LASLAMEK. KY.. AT TIIK Close of Business, Miy 10, 1918 KCiUl'KCKS, w.li us 1 500 a JMU lllVl'OUHL IJvll2 VI u,rilrll.. rcrrl I I'n.vciirrtl . .. lunowi t. a llouil. ilvHi.ltru to .rctirv etr u.ntloh i i.r v.'i.-i MI.UU llO (' . ll.,ti1 ami cvrtltU-atr . Ut Mil I'ltllll... UHUtl UII)1m1kv1 iuue DO, un tJ.nllM U.S'i Iff 'flit lit Mint 1 wr I'm. il 7V Hi I'.l uiriil. Mistilaljy iiukIci,!! CI.. TO 0) tow it) ULut t'tKWrnl ilvfm IUua (Ut iMr cni nt s)iiitctiu(tii YhJiiv u( lutikluit Utilise Lawful rirtf Htlh t-Vdrrtti i'mh III Wilt tm. Nfl UKUUt trinu iiatttrui Unnkt Sri unit itf flout titiiklti lituk- r, nll.l Iflial 'nm4l(l"si othr th It .lil.lt-t) l'i itvm U. II il'i 2i tjt I iift'kst uti uttsf r liaiika In tlit- nkiHiw 'ttl IllHIl I 'fill lit 1. 14 1. Tout i.l 1 trm Jl )i. 14. IT NIMl li l W in KriWiii tlli Itlli'l with V. r. Ill nrrt Niid itn fiom r h TirnaHrrr w ToTii. f.i,vin:i LUHIMllKfi. Ciiinl nick istlil la .- . IWI1KJU0 I'lt'ilvhir.i inri Lr4tiirrvni rxi-nwti.ttv lfr'l ktlltltf r.a i.l 1,.7 1 mount ri'rre.i f r T erut- ttritlnti iv Nutf imUtaii'llmc Nrt 4unmnt 'lur'o NatldtiM. Hanks) Nt imt 'lue i Uukf. Itiktrt nl irtnt rnmiitlr luilivr than Iu rtmU-a In 11 rx.'i liitKl i' I liomi .v.' ul M (A M) II. .'I. "l 1 111 1 1 '4l,Mtl HI .i U It lU'llvulu)Mjrs4ii uojrcc (Vrlirird I'hrcka 9I.UH SI Ut Tout rii IHtit dtfoUsi, I 'tln-r thinlMiuk urtnisilut utJct t'l KeorrtV. Itritt XI, V: M. T. 3h.SiM'I tttM 11 ... UITUJ Crrtlflftit' Of (I?MlHOtlirr tbsii) fnr iMOiK jr 1riottrl) ... Tfllil or llUr nrP'iMiia, nils Jrct t n-r. It din 44 41.lltil n l,UIMk( Wr Mlnii-'irrMtiVafr n1 thrllt miiip(tiD4lt Beet H T 77 TTt. H-.vii inioi k'mii'O r.Couarr orlliaasao, ill I. W, i.rlismp. l'lilvr of ths alovt named meui'utru.toitx u.intiujt kuof Irdie ad bllr. W. K. CL.mii. O.hl.t Kilb.crlt1 sild .wuru 10 blor m tblslMb, dr oi Mir uii. H.O. iKnnr.Nourir I'utillc. Mr Coaimls.loa Kiplrt. Jauutrj 14, UM. Corisct Altv.l- n r. ii union ) I. i. W'niaa. I Olisctort. HIllllST llcbsoa) RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION. The United States Civil Sen-ice Cermlnien 1 crn.-utice! ni ex miration fur the County of Oar rnrd. Ky., to b held at Lncter on May 23th. 191 S, to fill the pesltiim uf rural carrier at Paint Llek, and vn.'inciaj that may later occur on rural route from otntr post offices in the above-mentioned county. The exnmlnatlcn will le open only to male cltiuiis who ntc actually domi ciled In the territory of a wt office in the county nnd who meet the other requirements set forth in Form No. T.177. This form and applica tion blanks may be obtained from the offites mentioned nbove or from the United States Civil Service Com mission at Wahirgton, D. C. Ap plications should be forwarded to the Commission at Washington at the earliest practicable date. WOMEN MAY APPLY. During the continuance of the present war the Commission will. In accordance with the request of the Post Office Department, admit wom en to rural carrier examinations up on the same ccnditlons ns men. Worth While Qittitien. Learn tu In- pl.nvtl uiili ntTjtliln ; Ith wealth i fur n II mnk tu of tit'tii'Ilt to lhen; uliti iwtty fnr not hnslng much tu en re fur nnd with nt scurlty for Mini tineiivlil. 1'lutarch. Daily Trau:-t. Kocrei's Infinite nt lu- - ihre miit slwuya be, hut tin untlipat niuniie us has a irlft. liii'i'r niiiilnjl) trldnl, - lilcli Is nilar t. !i . , a:il which, worthily useil, him ! ii ("ft iiImi iu his race forever. Itti.ln. Plea for Architectural Harmony, "Architecture It fms, n tini.lc," hut we would tmve tn I'iv;, ,-,tTtoi In our ears If pituip of iur rural nri'li.ti-ctur slmulil thaw out. Why ilm tlx- har mony we appreciate In mulc and minting imt iipur In our htilldtn.'a. particularly la their relation tu iirh Uln-r. Prank A. ISuurne. In the lluuw H.-autlful. No Better Combination. It Is a atruuiri- thltu that people should toluntnrlly miss so much of heauty In thrlr Ihi'S. Put It Is n fact Ih.t (liu h,u..iri, w.n....itl..n .l.u.d ,1.1, placo aa much i iuihul u;ion tlie II- j hrnry In tho Iimne ns should he placed. Make your llhniry the renter of jnuri hiiiiie. Huy goo,) hooks and rend them logrtiu-r. for mere la no rrieuu iu n nook and a hook." In North Carolina, a Difficulty In Wio mltif. and a Mud In Tojav The nt office doesn't cure, of rour, ho Ionic as the name la written trgltily und the county and statu are glwn. Africa a Large Block ct Land. Nearly one-fourth of the earth's aur fare Is cumprlstHl within the continent of Africa, and It Is as far around the coast of Africa as It Is around the world. Kvery eighth person of the wortd'a population lives In tho dark continent. Tho blacks double their number every 40 years und white every SO yi-nrs. There aro 813 languages i and dialects spoken among the Muck of Africa, but only n few of them writ ten. Vancouver Dally Sun. Man Imltttei Nature's Works. We hucct'ctliMl In (uni'lnitliiS tho (IfjdliH nf tin mm ii n t tin imiiivh of the nlr. In tmr mntrntUni fur ciiln nnl proirrrxH, Imt Hnu iimmiiilUli mcnt' urn hut nf rrinl iwrfti'tlon. Tor tiHuttiil of nr. fnr million, tlw mum tinvWiii'ii t!.h;.MU'! by Diiny liionRterx. nti'l th' nlr ty wIiikiiI crt'ii , turi'ft. Tin- 4jhti,:ii lin" hmH i' 1 : p'titit lire i mri'l ll'iltrMlo'i" iii'l th vry ro ' nrH uii't !i v' nf ii.- .. iiii have' l.''fi fntit.il to Ih th. iihi pr.iU-ctlw. Rote That Changsi Color. White In I lie shade, nil In Hie sun audi l the twufoM ihnriicter that hn sitt'ii n imiue to the "chameleon run'." At nlkiii. or when It Is carried Into u dark mum. It iiaumea u waxllku wlilli iii'M. Tills does nut occur ulirnptly, hut the petals tint puna throuiili a hlulsli tint, wlili Ii rapidly chaiiKea Into ii wry pnle rose, mid Dually ends hy hecoiiilni: the purest white. Then, If It Is taken Into hrlvht sunlight, with the greatest rapidity it resumes the scarlet tint nt thu imikt brilliant peony. This lihenoiucnun comes from Japan. "Length of th Law." The phrase, "Tho'leiitfth of tin) law," owes Its origin to tho enormous leuctb of some of the pariluneut rolls upou which tho undent stututes of Omit llrituln were Inscrlbwl. Tho present day official title of tho "muster of the rolls" Is u reminder of this un dent custom. Home faint Idea of the bulk of the English records may be obtained from tho fact that a single statute, the laud tax commissioners' act, puMed In the Urat year of tb relgu of George IV measures wheu un rolled upward of 000 feat I itebubotli Sunday lleruld. hi H si 1J Classified Column Fresh ear of lime aid cement. J-Tc A. II. Bastin nnd S. n. FOR SALKi One FoiUr range, good aa new. W. D. Walker TOR SALK: All kinds of garden plants. I. P. Thompson. For Sale: Seme good bnled liny. J, II. Woods, Manse, Ky. WANTKD: 1 good house paint ers, 40c an hour. It. S. Moore, linrastcr, Ky TOR SAI.K: Several regutered Red llerkshlre boars. lO-'-'t. J. W. Klmore. I-'or Sale: First class cultivated hemp seed. See or call 2-3t. Hoyd Isom, Phone 33S-M. FOR SALK: Three Ford tour ing cars and one Roadster. All in good condition. White and Riddle, 5-2-3t. Paint Lick, Ky FOR SAI.K Kfl barrels of corn In shuck, near Judon Ky. N. II. Hogie. Lexington Ky. l-l"mo. For your War Garden. Tomato plants ready for setting out. 5-2-2t-ptl. Hudson Frisb:e CORN WANTKD: Will pay h;g .est market price for good c rn Hurdette Ramsey, Paint Lick. K FOR SALK:-10.0nn new onk split tobacco sticks. Clarence Creen, S-9-3t.pd. Paint Lick, Route 2. FOk SALK 18 month old black Polangus Hull calf. Price ?83 no Chas. Rlgsby. Crab Orchard and Stanford pikes WANTKD: Cood all nroun 1 hand to work in lumber jnrd Five room house nnd garden, on pave ment. A. II. Ilastin nnd Co, FOR SALK: One llrooder I am still selling eggs nt the old price Krle C. Farm, Single Comb Drown Leghorns 5-0-41. HEMP SKKD: Wanted to con tract for n large number of bushels of new cultivated hemp seed. Fall delivery. Price 15.50 per bushel. A. M. Shely. OLD TALSE TEETH WANTIID DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. Wc pay up to SIS per set. Also cash for Old Cold. Silver and l,rokn Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. Coods held 10 days for senderx approval of our offer. Maier'a Tooth Specialty, DepL A., 2007 S. 5th HU, I'lilladelphia, Pa. 4-25-Ht-pd. REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK, (No. l ilt l.i Or LANCAaTKIt. K1AT The Close of Business, May 101918 KKSUl'KO.11. ml tl,'uuui. ti..; i tii Urvnlr.il.. .tcurrU t .TJ sT 1 17 I'uwcuiimI It: U- 11'Hnl. ilo..li-il iu .-euit rlr fin. lion tr iluvl . M,uto(io U.S. H(jii1i!tievrtini-if. Uf HKlt-lriH-IUVi. 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