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The Central Record, Thursday, Sept 26. 1918. 9 i New Fall and Winter Goods for Men and Bogs s o (9 i a) jfS A t IutCtothcs W fir iff s Sport Coats, Sleeveless Sweaters, Khaki Shirts, Army Puttees, Leather Puttees, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, Keiths and Stetson's Domestic and Imported Hats, Grinnell Gloves, Cooper Union Suits, Buster Brown Hosiery, Black Cat Hosiery, Fine Neckwear and Novelty Fall Caps. "COLLEGIAN" AND "FRAf SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR MEN and YOUNG HEN "Perfection" Clothes for Boys. Complete stock of new and attractive furnishings for Men and Boys-Bought early and can be sold to you at reasonable prices. It will be to your advantage to look early and buy. Prices are jumping and everything is scarce. Our stock is full now. and bigger than ever before. Flcrshime Shoes, McElwain Shoes, King Quality Shoes, Weber Shoes for Dress. Witch Elk Endi- cott Johnson, Nunn and Bush Shoes for Heavy Wirr.e-. Wear. Army Shoes in Four Grades. Logan 8l Anderson Bros. i k aiM k m hk k sot morn kxh itiuncx Classified Column t RATESi Single insertions lc n word Mo ml taken for less thnn 20c ! Iti this column. So mis in this 'i column charged, 'jj Pcien insertions for the ; price of live. I'honc orders must be paiil jj promptly. a HjtK iiCHt!tx:i.1 Please leturn our wagon pump. Garranl Milling Co. FOR SALE Good Hoosier wheat drill, cheap. J. 13. Woods, Manse, Ky FOR SALE Mirror, 3 ft by 4 l-2ft. Call 209 or this office for particulars. FOIt SALE: Twenty bushels of good feed rye. C. Green, 2i-2tpd. Paint Lick. Ky., R. F. D. 2. FOR SALE: Six year old family mare, buggy and harness. S-26-21. George Carpenter. STRAYED from my place about 6 vctelo" ago, k large black face "buck. V.'r.U C. M. Dean, Camp Dick Rob il.scn. . 2G-2t-pd. FOR RKN'T: Farm of 130 ncrcs, Jo. year ililf. See or write Mrs. Grace Sutton, tf Stanford. Ky. Route 4. WANTED TOEED about JO goc 1 healthy hogs, weighing not less tl.ua 100 pounds. Thone W. C. Rose, , C amp Dick Robinson. LOST: Fox hound bitch, with black and white spots. Tip of tail i if. Collar with name "W. C. Ross" pjone 38C-G. P. F. Pruitt, FOR SALE 1 two-horse power Fairbanks and Morse Gasoline engine. good as new, will sell cheap, to V.'. F. Champ, at Rank. FOR SALE: A handsome set of walnut furniture, some antique furn FOR SALE:- -307 acres of Rlue Grass land in Mercer county on the pike, between Ruena Vista and Uur gin. This farm U the best bargain in Mercer or Garrard county, at the price asked. For particulars, call on or write, J. R. Abner. Uucr.a Vista, Ky. (S-in.tf) FARM FOR SALE 100 Acres at $95.90 Per Acre This is Garrurd County san J stone I land, ready for tobacco and hemp; I has li-room dwelling ami one barn, 1 1-2 miles from pike. Ask about it we have others too. D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH. Wc pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). We also pay ac tual value for diamonds, old Gold, Silver and Ilridge-work. Send nt once by parcel post and receive cash by return mail. . MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St., 9-12.12t.pd... Philadelphia. P.. ATAUCTION. On Saturday, September 26th at two thirty the school house and lot at Uuckeje will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. This is a very desirable piece of property and prospective buyers can see Mr. Oscar Kay at Uuckcye or Miss Jennie J Illggins, at Lancaster, concerning the terms. 'J-12-31. DISSOLUTION NOTICE Notice is given that the corpora tion known as the CENTRAL REC ORD, will be dissolved on Thursday, October, 10th, 1018, by mutual con sent of the stock-liolders. The busi ness will be conducted in the future under the name of The Central Rec- Apply Joril. J. E. Robinson will be the sole owner anil proprietor. I If will as sume the payment of all debts and demands against tlie corporation niut iture, and r. hand vaeum cleaner. All ' stmltnr manner us was conducted by in gaul condition. Inquire nt this I ,), ,.,nnrnti.,.i office. FOUND: l.i tho stcck pens last ' cdnrsdny u steer left there by mis-1 take. Ow ner can get same by paying ! for this notice and calling at my farm on Lexington Pike. J. I. Hamilton. FOR SALE: House and about 3 1-2 acres of land. Lies well, plenty! of water. In good neighborhood. lor further Information, see, W. K. Leavcll, 1 10-2t-pd, J. E. Robinson, Frances C. Robinson, R. L. L'Ikin. . Get your fresh oysters nt Ziramers. From a nation of wasters we have became n nation of aers and lend ers. Let the Fourth Liberty Loan prove it. BUY A1H frrrtgfraiiae. mn LIBERTY BONDS, rOne Thing Mart Must Do. Lancaster Ky, It. R.l. ' ,,,. direction, bodily, men-' i tally, nr Hplrlttially, In such n form a tun o.r.: a iu norse power ( (lut K inn simply accept lier gift gasoline engine, also silo cutter, with niitninallrally. She puts all the nn all'nttachments. This machinery has-clintdciil power at his illkial hut never been used und will sell aCu ",t "a.o Ids lever. bargain, Sec Huselden Bros or J. W. Sanders, nt Judson, Ky. I " 0-20-tf. I THE GREAT FREE-FOR-ALL PACE The;' first time In the history of racing when four horses, each with a record Letter than 2 minutes, have been entered In the same race Miss Harris M. 1S8 1-4, William liSS 1-2, Single G. 150 1-4, Na poleon Diiect 1S9 1-4 Lexington Wednesday, Oct. 2. FOR SAI.i; OR TRADE: -About C00 acres of Knot County coal and timber. land; right on L. & N. Kail load and State road. Has four haui II and can be divided to suit purchas-' ir. ' For further particulars apply to Mrs. J. A. Conn, Jr., Lancaster, , . Route No. 1. Phono 337-11. (8-M2t-rd) , MULE COLT 'DAY Brings Many Of The K)brid's To Towr. I.a.t Monday, the regular county court day brought out n good crowd, it being known as "mule coU day" which found many of the htr.cl4on the market. Not mnny rales were made however, for few buyer -..erc on l and and in most cases the o men I being a little high, so the buye" 1 thought. 1 Quite n number of cattle, ms . t . them sninll, changed hands r.t -o.. prices. We quote a few of t.ie hale, which we gathered from the crowV last Monday; William Reyston bought of Squire J. P. Ilourne, tin highest priced mule colt of the 1'ay I for 1120; C. R. Harnett bought onej of S. J. Bourne for $72.50; Price and Pennington bought a team of mules, of Center Uros for $430: Henry Isniij n pair of horse mules of Frt.k Thompson for $310; Sum Kinbrv f Stanford, bought a nice one of J, W. Hill for $117.50; one of Loyd Ilourne for $C5 and one of Am Ilourne for $50; Ed Perkins told a nice one to A. C. McGregory for $100; John Oaks to same party one for $'J0; Arthur Young one for $1)0: anil Clark Prntlier one for $70. N. W. Rogers sold a draft mare to Mark Iiogio for $225 and also sold one to Robert Fox for $210. J. M. Craig sold five jearlings to W. T. Doolin at $32.50 a head; John M. Cress five cattle to '.. T. Rice for U 1-2 cents a pound, and some 700 pound stuff to Robert Long for 10 cents, ami ten calves at $26 each, and to Jesse East 12 calves at $21. each. HELEN KELLER TELLS BLINDED SOLDIERS HOW THEY WILL FIND CONSOLATION. Helen Keller, the famous blind poet nnd author, in a letter enclosing $500 for the Permanent Wind Relief War Fund for Soldiers and Sullons of the Allies, C!)0 Fifth Avenue, New York, writes as follows to Mrs. Geo. A. Kessler, Honorary Serralary of the Fund: "Every word you say about the brave soldier-boys blinded in battle In battle goes straight to my heart a to that of a friend who knows better than most ran what they have to face. I keep picturing to myself their first waking in the dark, und I thnnk God that tlierewlll be those near to com fort them and give them new hope through work. Work, useful work, will help ('raw out the sting of their blindness. There is perpetual con solation in work. Happy is the man who finds a tusk to occupy his mind und his hand! "There is another consolation that the boys will discoer later. When the rutslde worlJ with its blaze of beauty und myriad attractions no longer (Ills our thoughts, we find that the inner world has its own joys und nlluremeuts. And very precious they are. For one thing, there is the pleasure of thinking quietly ull by oneself. Mnst people have never expiated their own -minds. They have no dicu of the treasures hidden away in their natures. They have always preferred to think ubout ob viu:., things. It is ilke sitting on a hotel veranda und looking at a moun. tain Instead cf climbing it. "I often wish 1 could go to France and work with those who are build f 1 1 a? up the futuie on the ruins of the piesent." Dally Tho;:.t. No man inn Jntl r - or cen 'ire another, because, tude d, no man l inly knowi unothi si. Thomas Ilrnwnc. Oliiiplj Heelpe for Harplness. In t.rtnlu of tho nml t nf ' I.nrl.i.id It Is n hfllef lh.it u bride ut the uliar. tu Iniure a happy wedded life, fh'nild nu no ncvotint ullnw nnynnol to speak tn her hlf-lund before i-he has ' nddreseil him by name. . Casy Question to Answrr. I The eonv;rsall.in In the lllnr.- hotel 1 tisil turned on the war when one of the tuinjmny nokod. "Which l the most warlike nAtlnnV 'Vneclnntt,.,i.' re plied the doctor. "It's nenrl;. always In arms." Kentucky's Great Trots 48th Fall Meeting Sepi.30-Oc:. &2, 191S ( .vim Malaat llrll Cm TAVlWr. TilF WftM. IHAIUU MIL HUnil HAN'S TOOLS,! Wc hear n gcod deal about .i..e on gasoline, nnd hope that a time .s not coming when the millionaire joy-j riding with chorus-girls and the fi r mrr plowing with a tirctor iil '.e mistaken for the sume individual. In all budget proposals affecting gasoline due attention should lo giv en to the purpose for which the fluid is used. Without delegating n s.cret service man to each fanner with In structions to wntth what l.e does with each pint of it, there alinuM be some way of making a distinction 'In favor of the tractor. In Livingstone County, Illinois,'? crop bureau official lately saw n farmer with four wagons hitched to a tractor and a fifth wagon on behind with a team hauling oats to the ele vator. The load was fiOO bushels, and the procession was traveling nt about five miles an hour which leaves a simple problem for the stu dent of economics to work out, if he wants some figures on the time saved by the tractor. Tax the tractor; but be consistent, and tax also the machinist's chisel, the barber's razor, and the miner's pic'. BURDETTE RAMSEY Buys Champion Duroc Ho. Mr. llurdette Rumsey, whose daughters ucn the first lr.ie on their Duroc pigs here during thu bnvs und girls pig showfllsa won the first prize at the State Tulr on the barrow. The Farmers Home Journal luu the following to say regarding a recent purchase of Mr. Ramsey's and from which we quote: "J. O. Kerfoot, Eliiabcthtuwn, Ky, reports the sal eof the boar, Orion Col. 8th 103001, n 17-months-old boar und a yearling gilt sired by Orion Cherry King 4th 71011 and out of u Highland King sow, bred to King the Col. 01817. to llurdette Rumsey, of Paint Lick, Ky. Mr. Ramsey went clown to Mr. Kerfoot's place and said he wanted to buy a hour to herd his herd, nnd that he had just bought three fine gilts out of n Joe Orion 2d row, nnd us soon as he caw Orion Col. he wanted to know what would buy him, and they were just n few moments in making tho trade. Orion Col, 8th U sired by Orion Cherry IKng 4th and out of Cel. Reality 18th. Mr. Kerfoot rays there isn't a better junior yearling Lour anywhere than Orion t'ol. 8th He it hte big kind nnd he sat a to watch out now for Mr. Ramsey,. for l c is in the hog business right.' Mr. Kerfoot recently sold CoL Beauty lbth to Muxie R. Walters? of Eliza bethtowu, Ky,, together with- nine fall yeprling gilts, all Ire'L by Orion Cherry Kins and a King the Col. sow. r.tn .-mi lb. lului.lr t nM' .. . 111 I,, -. Irssi. I - tilJ (IJ... l-arltif. . lJLV itr.Mi.vv. ii :if.M ) I'ratiMkr rnlarllr llmf'J'l . 1:07 (l... Traltliis I IS S la... Trotltnf ... I.imm) l.ul Clau, I'arlni I.j vi:iiniiy. ortonru 3 hurnlt II. C.I. tiw-IW-f 11. rl . Unci HIS Clint . Incol till (!.., i,vUU I.Ihio sews cia, icias .. :,iw hiciihiiw. cirrourit i Tlc Iran.ilsanla. 2ttS rrelllt . t J.fioO SlIW ll... Tnolllaa I.M'1 StXS Dim, 'tnlllar l.ec' llt lla. s-aciix . l,wl ritunv. nrrnnkii The lllee .t... t:0 e..lt . t tjr3 The lllaelae. 12-trar-ldsl . 1M Sill tla. Trcrfllaa I.ocrtl tile) tlaM. racial..... UA, al . . 'H' rtm l.f I, rS ' , .. l .. I'rrrcl- -. vf. .. . . (CIS s1 ., I,. II '.es c . r i. SI"- lC.C r K J f..ll. 1..UI.I .. . . 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Kiddle wns a very learned oung mnn. nnd his friend, were a'll very dlsnpiHilnted. nut to iciirprlspcl, when he refused lo mrrpt the decree of doctor of illlnlty. One of Ida col 'eiiKiies tiirklecl him on the siibjc-el. "Ah, well," replied the learned joung mini. "H'k encuuh In I named Fiddle, wllhoiit being ri.ldl,., n. I)." unimr wohkY Famous Names Come High. i Cynical Obiervatlon. A eolleellcin eoii-lstiug of the Auto- A woman may In-M . hnlng tho gmpli-s of Lord Ns'Ixmi niel the cn-ll"t "ord In mi urgiimeiit Inn even tains wlui fnHk'tit under lilies In Hie l,ul tie of Trafalgar was recently sold at auction for $.150. after you'e granted her Unit you've got to be mljihty can-fut or she'll Mart nnnlher argument. Eirhiiiigi, PUBLIC SALE. Having been appointed, by the County .Judge, to act as a committee for Dillard Littrell, I will on Saturday, Oct. 5th, at the homo of R.iymond Davis, two miles from Buckeye, on Buckeye and Lancaster pike, at nine o'clock, A. M., sell a good four year old Jack. TERMS CASH. DAVIS SUTTON, Com.