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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 1, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917030101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 1, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY SEVENTH THAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH I. 1917. WHERE IS THE FAULT? (Julie h number nf people living on the Lexington rnud have complained Hint they are nut getting their paper NUMBfeR priai GOOD and need. 4. gig3n, PLUMBING EUGENE BERKELE . ANNOUNCES. ller-ke!- e, regularly. HORSES AT AUCTION Installed on Sanitation lines is what you want Milieu Iihvc gotten so high, those that nre not already supplied, can have the pjortunity of buying " K""' work horse Kt pulilic auction next Tuesday nt W. II. Htirton's barns. Read the advertisement on the back page of this issue. TAKES OATH ON SUNDAY It hail been definitely decided that official, President Wilson will take Ida new oath health of your family, Save of office in private in the White House WANTS MONEY Sunday. A State Department ruling cost no more it Is a pleasure, made clear that the I'reaident could To Maintain Forces For Protection wait and not take oath until March 5th, than poor plumbing. he choses to do so. if President Wilson appeared before congress Monday afternoon and usked we Let us explain plans for aulhotity to place the United States OUR FORCE INCREASED in a state of "urmed neutrality" to save you money. will A valued typirt and expert juli man resist the German submarine menace. haii been added to the Record office in Continued invasion of the plain rights the person of Mr. Knnis I'erkins of of neutrals in high seas, further sacGeorgetown. If Ins works come up to rifices of American lives and ships, the Ins looks Biid gentlemanly bearing we intolerable blockade of American com.are going to nail him to a stool and ask merce almost as effectual as if the other to keep hands off, Our tharka country were at war have taken the for this new acquisition are due Mr. place of a dreaded "overt act" which LET LIVE FOLKS. LIVE AND ss Alvcrsonof the (leoigetown News. was rl exfiected to shock the world ami have forced the President into the next 3 I II DC step toward war. President Wilson, WELCOME DAUGHTER asking to be empowered to take whatCards have been received announcing ever steps are necessarj, which includes Hargains among our Ads are as thick the ;i r rival of Josephine Davi m the the arming of ships, hopShe cuine in like n lion. I.ere.s the convoying of Fords on Saturd.i) afternoon. Ite.id home of Mr and Mrs. Charles Davis of merchantmen! bv war vessels or what ing. a. them. Chattanooga Tcnn. The proud pjrents other steps are necessary, made it plain Keetl and crushed Oyster shell fur the Kvery man ha. Ins price and mine of '" " louder of this ncpisitnm than again that he wanted peace, but not at lludon, Hughe A I'urnau. Chicken" them can be found on the bargain " ''- - Grandmother Mrs. Lizzie Joseph. the price nf American lives and rights congratu- or ti.v driving I lie i.euirai iiecnrii exienu.s The high price ofoniousisvcryagr the Ameiican flag from lations. able to the nlfadorv nerves to "a) the the sen. With a full realization of the Sovereign and tintrammeled privilege Irait ot It. solcmnitv of the occasion the President MAN DEAD COLORED of American Shiv to sail si as must be took his action witji the calm confidence If a man has a mortgage un hit house upheld even if it meant wur. Uncle Sejniore Hyatt an honored that Congress anil the country will no one need know it unliMt he has an automobile. The word and the moral worth of colored citizen of Lancaster died at his stand behind hun. to the home Sunday night. Uncle Seymore Those "ninety Suggestions" of J. Germany id hrnketi broken Hemp ced for sale. to llelgium, had for years been the "grave digger" K. Stormcs seen on page two. are at. Dinted States, broken Hudson, IIu; ;hes & Karnau' the at the Lancaster cemetery, but ttneting the attention of many of our broken to llulgar anil to Turk. task he so often performed for others reader, thereby saving them money, Whether another armed neutrality has been performed for him. "Sic MULES HIGH HERE MONDAY no they nay. will mean war depends on whether transit eloria mundi". NodoubC'l'ncle No overt net hut been committed by Germany lealire that the United Slates Seymore" had often meditated upon With Many Changing Hands At Fabulous famous note of (rrmany, since her it ready to protect its neutral rightH by the uncertainty of life and the great Prices. Feb. thut would leail to war on the whatever means are necessary. leveler-deatas he went about his dally Ksch day part of the United Slates. vork. "Death makes us equal, the high The public square was practically thut passes without such iilfen The White House kitchen is all that and the low." i'eiice to his ashes. filled with mules last Monday and bestrengthens the Iioik; that war may yet the heait of the most houe fore the day was over nearly everyone be averted. wife could wish. Il is tiled through out MADE MANY FRIENDS had found a new owner, lluyers were 7i!S cooking utensils. This On all aide one hear that,back ards and contain. of the county The new owners of the Interior Jcror-na- l, here from every section are going to be utilized for kitchen must be very gratifying to the Presimostly farmerJ Messrs J. II. Wright and E. C. and adjoining counties, gardem right up to the doors of their dent wife on the cook's Sundays olf. owing Walton, were shaking hands here last who found ut the last moment, namesakes, and beans, peat, cabbage, Perhaps no class of people meet with Monday and meeting with a hearty wel- to the backward season, they would onions, and suchlike, shall glow and The junior member made a have to have more teams. Some of flourish in the plctitifulness which mak. so much or ho severe criticism as teach- come. ers. Much of this criticism is unjust favorable impression here and we pre- the mules purchased by dealers only a es for a cheaper living. and exists solely becaune parents and dict for him the same popularity and month ago were resold Monday at handThe recapitulatiounf Jessamine coun- others listen to unverilled reports and cordial welcome that has always been some profits. d. A. Swinebroad sold a nice team ty's assessment fur I'JIT taxation has do nothing to acquaint themselves with accorded the senior member. Mr. Waland the Journal the reul inner workings of the school ton. Go to it boys, the "water is fine ' of mare mules to Hilly Robinson, of hern completed a list as shown by the room. piicndcd and we greet you most heartily and lloyle for S4$u; Mrs. Wade Walker bought a team or horse mulct of Will assessor's hook. The total ussesscd tru-- t that your highest anticipations The high cost ot eating is the suCharlie Itogers a nice valuation of real estate ami other profur the success of the Interior Journal Comett, for Lancaster may be fully perty after exemptions, was $7,7y5,ur0. preme topic of the minute. realized under vour mure mule to Hilly Kobinson, fur $185; is learning many lessons in low finance Henry Ruble bought one of W. 1. Mis Mary K, Sweeney, head of the in the school of sad. economic experi- leadership. White for S1U0; Center Hros sold a dan- department of Home Kconomict at ence while prices, caring not the havoc dy team to V. A. Lear for J500, a sin- Lexington sajt that when people pay they have wrought, continue their skyglu mule to Woods Walker, for WW, high prices for iwtatoes they are get- ward climb. These high prices make Mr. Owen Kast died at his home at land a team to Harvey Mclleath at ting "mighty little for their money." the housewife pessimistic about the lluckcje, Feb. 23rd. and was laid to Hedgeville for $37.1; J. D. Knin sold a She suggests the use of rice and world in general and themselves in rest ill the Huckeyo cemetery Sunday. 4 year old to Center Druthers fot $1MI; Milk, she advises, can ful- prrtirular. Mr. Kast was born Oct. LI 1SK1, in the Terry Tuggle bought u team of K. 11. fil many purposes for which eggs are section where he has alwaes lived and llraudenburg fur $:150; W. S. Kmbrv ued. The llritish passenger liner I.acnnia, where he was buried. sold a big fine horse mule to Hilly Rob- N'o one could possibly wish any more one of the biggest vessels of the Clin-aHe leaves a wife, ten children, three insun, for $L25; W T. Doolin sold one Meet, whose sinking by n submarine cold weather, but the first three ilujs Dean and brothers and one sister to mourn his to C. C Steplu ns, for of March will have to fie, at least, uu-- hat been reported, sailed from Now loss, bis brothers are; .Messrs Cal, Dan Hruner sold it teum to U . I!. Mots, fur Vork IVbruary IS for Liverpool. On and Tom Kast, his sister is Mrs. Sallie $&!." and another team to Taylor House favorable, to keen mi the uld familiar. i for imiark .come in like a lion, go out board when she was torpedoed were Hurt. Hob Huruside sold a young llr.tt and forty-twMr, luai had been in poor health for team to W, M, Hendreu of .Madison for ike it lumb". fur everybody wiinla to thirty-threimrdenlni: earlv this spring to l'",,in passengers, among them aix some time, but death came unexpected- - $310; Virgil Gastmeau bought u crack-l- y see what may bo dune in that dii return Americans. Twenty Americans were in as he was taken suddenly ill while erjack, coming II ear old, of Jim It the crow of IMC. Kight of lur passeng-er- a watching his bo) a plow, he Was taken (toocli, for $U; J, H, Leuvell sold u to reduce the high cost of living. had been transhipped from the hut Is the pride of the richest pocket to the house and died the following day. young team to Arch Stephens, for liner Ityndam. There Much sMiipathy is extended the fnniil) J. C. t'ox sold u minor to Dean and hjok to have to buy cabbage by the were no stieruge pusi.cr.gcrs nboard. pound. ' Hruuel, for S'.'O; W. (i. Oooch bought u in the loss of their loved one. nor.se mule of Jim Anders-ofur $150; J. T. Holtzcluw u team of Dean and IN DEMAND In this issue of tho Record we have the announcement of Mr Kugene for the Republican nomination lor Assessor at the coming primary In August next, Mr llerkele is well and popularly known throughout the county, especially in the Ilryantsvillu section where he has lived all his lifu. He la an ardent republican ami lias worked faithfully for his parly since he reached his majority. He has many friends in the Republican ranka who will pull hard lor his nomination and election, and leel if so honored will make a good THE UNIVERSAL CAR 320,817 Have been built and actually delivered to retail buy ers since August 1, 1110. These figures 320,817 represent the actual number of.'cars manufactured by us since August 1st, 1910, and delivered by our agents to retail buyers. This unusual fall and winter demand tor Konl cars makes it necessary for us to confine the distribution of cars only to those agents who have orders for Immediate dcliery to retail customers, rather than to permit any agent to stock cars In anticipation of later Bpring sales. Wo are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, therefore, you are planing to purchase a Kord car, we advise you to place your order and lake delivery now. Conn Brothers. 1 Immediate orders will have prompt attention. Delay in buying at this time may cause ypu to wait several months. Runabout $34.. Touring Car $300, Coupelet $50.), Town Car $393. Sedan $013, f. o. b. Detroit. HASKLDKN' BROS. The Kentucky farmers will be hurt If the high cost of white paper interferes, love letters can lie just ns silly by the wheat urd oats crop shortages. on any other colct. Dairy feed, I'igmeal, Fat maker. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. Is the "Laconia cisj" the expectfd Overt Act"? You needn't answer. we are iut asking for rhetoric il effect. FOR MEN ONLY Kngland hat evidence of the extreme state of things in Germany and Austria, according to Lord Robert Cecil. Minis ter of Ulockado. He said there had been many food r.'ota and clothing and boots are being made from paper. Since the break in diplomatic rela tions with Germany the United States has disp'ayed more real, genuine patriotism than at any time since the War. The stars and stripes are flying from many buildings in our cities, and a feeling of intense uncertanty prevails. In this connection it should be mentioned that it is sur prising how few people know the words of the "The Star Spangled Hanner," our national anthem. Many do not even know who wrote it and amid what surroundings. It should be taught in everv school room and children of every age should know it. erican lt. Our Tailor for megjonly will be here Friday and Saturday March 2nd. and 3d. 1917, this is our last opening for the spring season, let us have jour measure now while we olfer you this special opportunity. Jus. VI, Smith. h SUFFRAGE EDITION OF THE STATE JOURNAL There has come to our desk the Woman's edition of the Frankfort Stat Journal, made possiahle by the Stat 'resident, Mrs. John Glover South. It is replete with sound suffrage arguments, father embellished by pictures of handsome women who are leading the th nation-widfight for suffrage. Occupying the honor place is the picture of Mrs. South, who is thought of In Lancaster as "Our Christine Bradley". e I I I o ? si. en P- n a 03 -l -- It MT OTQ ' ; $:K!-1- ; e o second-bee-i- is Is g W o o (TQ S 3 a Ui -D r- o 3 n D Holland- -American I n v . 2 Hp 5 cr AUTO'S HERE. imrmTrm TALK Tinn ft un n nm BACON the work of the tiny. Nothing else is so Kiilisfyinti, iiotliinti else supplies mi equal amount of energy to ilo thiniK' Brnres n person uj for Last Monday brought iilmost at many uutu buyers to town, as mule buyers mid nearly as many changed hand. The result of the d:t)s sale bung fifteen by Haseldeii HrolherH our local itealeis. who liamlle tliu popular Kurd, succeedul homes, fur eight and re-- 1 i in lluding new putt it tuie of 111' bout tlayn ninoo llny didn't let an) grass grow umNr tlicir feet und at the end of the day h id plno ed five of their handsome cart., three Hupmubilea going to John Crest, W. O. King and (!. H. Swinebroud. Thetr new Dodge car attracted much nt'eii-tiuand one uf these vvua sold during the ilay to Mr. Arch Stevens. Hun. 11, C. Kuutfmnn bought a slightly used Furd car from Kinnaird llro'thers. formerly Iho property of l'rewitt Thompson. Walter Hammack who has the agency fur the Chalmers, sold a handsome touring car of this make tu Mr. J, K. Anderson, of 1'oint l.eavell, und a Maxwell to another party, whose name we did not get. All these agencies are carrying advertisements In everv issue of the Record which are bringing them good results. u Hruner, for $273; J, C. Vox a nice mule to George Hallard. for $130; (ttorge Duliun sold one to Jess Veukey for $IC0. one to John (iiistiueau fur $103 and another to It, L. Hlkiu for 5i;U; J, W. Klmore a teiun to I), ij. Reams for $315 and a team to Dean and Hruner fur $300: It. K. Speaks suld a milk cow to Jut IMlanl fur $75; W. S. Kmbry H. Swuio- a aa 2 32 o 0 CD a 5 03. i 3 ?n ro" n in iw 09 I u 5. a CL 14 3 r--r- a B such Hncon 8 to find Most Dtieons ,tre too salty, or loo Tat or ton l;iin, or too sotiiethiti(i or other. If you prefer somethiti; v.f ritiht we can Kive it to you. Our Hncon can ho served to children us well ns grownups. It eau hi! tiiijoycd by tlpj olliee worker us well as the HUT IT the Bacon Is mild, sweet and nicely streaked with fat and lean. Now you illicit think it wns nn cny mutter PROVIDING ISNT. 2 f5 2 outdoor laborer. Try uu order. Theo Currey. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS. s nroad for $7o; tins cow was lesold by Mr. Swmebrond fur $3; John Furru bought of Nelson Matsee n milk cow J pour-for ?75; R. K, Henry sold sleets to I'd und N. it. I' rice ut K cent. u pound; V, A. Lear suld ut auctluii. dipt. Hourue being the auctioneer, jr. gilts ready to farrow for $100; Cupt. Ronnie, ulsu scld for F. M. Tinder, luu handsome Duroc sows, fur $03.30. lie reports many plug horses suld during ranging from $75 to the day at prices Robert King sold a pony to l'lod $S5. Kelly of Shelby City, for $53; It. F. Sutton bought a sorrel horse of W. II. Saddler for $U!3; S. G. L'stes Bjld u very line 3 year old saddle colt tu G. W. Lear of Madison for $130. Field Seeds of Quality. Hudson, Hughes & Famau. W rs B 5! U re 5 m CD 73 3- - H. crq a C s S ? a c n CL I a !. n o a 2 sO i a B O The Central Record, Thursday, March I, 1917. Weekly Bulletlnlof Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs, Hay Noel. iBMrs. Herbert Whitnker was operated on for nppenilicltls nt the Cnbum In firmary in Richmond Monday morning. Mrs, Holier! Lung and daughter Frances ami Miss Velaria Whittakernie visiting Mrs. 1'rentes Walker In Cincinnati. Coughs "Mr. Owen East died at his home here The uraplcst nnd quickest way to get Friday morning after a short illness of racking ntfcht cough, pneumonia. He was born October l'l. rid of a tickling I h rout, wliccxy Lircuth IfAl and was married to Mim Lucy Inf It lo take Gaily February IS, lSMi, who survives Foley's Honey Tar. linn and has been a faithtul companion In it, you get the curative Influence nf throughout their married life. To tin in (he pine tar nnd other licnling inrcdi j were born eleven children, ten of whom cnti, together with the mollifying and are living, Mesdames Will llnrdm of I.unlivc action of honey. Edinhurg Indians), l.uth-- r May. Will-iI'.Jitnr C T. Milter, Cannelton, 1ml, (F.rf quirerj riteai "1 waa ttmiMrJ with I'ollnid, llert Molierl). Missrs l.enn aPectlnn anJcoufficJ rotniantly day anJ and Minnie Kast and Waller, lionn. nUhf, I look Foley 'a Money amt Tar and ftit rr lirt It la treat lor bronchial rolJ and rouha." Harney and Hubie East. Three brothers rroup, hoartc a Itippr enJ hroncLtal rtut r.c , ttckllotf tLro4l, arc all yuitMy relieved. and one sister also survive, Messrs Tom Sold Kvorywlurr. Kast ol Lognmport Indiana, Kal Kast i of Amelia Ohio. thin East and Mrs. 'Smith Hurt of this place. Mr. Cast will ItUCKKYE I be greatly misied here where lie Iihs 'lvn' " ""mu-'- r J ears, and th family I!. W. Sanders was in I exin 'ton land all relatives have the heartfelt Wednesday. sympathy of the iiitire coiniiumilv William Crews sold to Jonah Ttisev t The bod was laid tu test in the ceme $120. a mule for tery at this place Sunday morning. Mrs. Houston Gulley is visiting relatives in liichmord. iMANSE. Walter Grow sold to S. Rogers two Mr. Koy Creech spent Suuday with sorrel horses for $100. Mesra Mat Carter ninl Herbert Whit- home folks. aker were in Lexington last week. Mr. Carl Conn spent Sunday with ill Mms Leola Hay is visiting her aunt 'Aunt Mrs. Anderson. j Mrs Emma Munford at Frankfort. ,ur (. T. Howling ami son Otto was Ricemond Saturday on business. Field Seeds of Quality. Heavy White Northern Ser.1 Oats. Hudson, Hughes & Farnatl. Hudson. Hughes & Fnrnau. Mr. Herbert Whittakir is with his Miss Mvrlle Colilirrn of Taint l.ick wife nt the Infirmary at Richmond. ini Kiimlsv mill M, S.ilne Arder- Mrs Will Hardin of Kdinburg Indiana son. is visiting her mother, Mrs. I.ucy Knl. Mr and Mrs II. I' Con" spent Stir.- Miss Harbara Gulley has returned from a visit to relatives in Madison t o. Judged. T. I'ralher is visiting his daughter Mrs. Jim Slnpp ut LexingI Useful Suggestions day with her parents Mr. and Mr?. Sumlny. Miss l'eachie Mae Sanders was t; Devi re. Miss I.illle Hotmail spent Saturday guest of Miss Gertrude Mctjuerry , night with her cousin Mis Tlielma Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Carter has , lioherls. Mr. Hubert Andemon of Illinois is turned liome nfter II pleasant vi.it ilonnes smi! DO YOUR EYES EVER Store. Worse at Night and 5? thegnestof Ins brother Mr. Iteniry Anderson. Miss Sallie Andenxin spent TitMsby night and Wednesday llh her frif.d Miss Allic Creech Mr. Cox and son ftom llstell Co, spent ii few days of the Mt willi their Uncle Mr. John lloaln. Huckeje. Mr. Thompson Sumter ,,. pi wiek with Ins father, ('. S .Sin, ,. Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A Id ridge dren were visitors the llrst of tl , in l.nncnsl.r Mr. W. ',. I'rice of Tenn, is w , 1,1 RflTHFR Yni! warring of vision nnd if i- - wnt- - You need glasses, fit nut t; fj'i y MO m I htoo-chf- 1 me Cotlsins I'lril ami Ivlijah Several of the people frnm tills piare hopes to maku this Iwme were guests at Miss Myrtle tokhruli Urn Don Carlos James ni,l Saturday at a birthdiy party. home on at Seotts Fork Saturday niKlit an ... ' Mr. rtrcu lomiw.n aim ,i.,y. MMI, Hltl, ami It tk liarKer sorjirisisi ineir intinj ifivi. .ij J. It. Fain left for his home m being married in l'reiichersvlftV last sas Inst week, after several Wednesday. Willi Ins father. Win. tut "Common Sense" Glasses in Geld Rim and Rimless that will Five von comfort unci satisfaction. 2-W Mrs. Henry Montumneri Mini Were tlie Kliests nf her mnthi r Wednesttxi . Angle Sailer was in Crab Oreftard Marv Sanders last .Miss Alice IUi id 1ov.l ha- - 1.. . Sunday. Win. Clde Slltilera Was in LoUstvltle Sreirmiiig visitor o! In r sister. FJna Mr.Millan fur tin- - pail mi-'- . recently on bine-- . COY SAFETY RAZOR BLADES of all kinds. Itlailc Sharpen-ers- n line little tool that does the work perfectly in three minutes. Stationery and Blank Books ami the last word in ("ran" Alm il Whiting II' x I'.ip-- ri so paper by pi und with envelopes to mated SAFETY FIRST-B- UY WHlden tiros sold !'" bust. Angle S.ualers sold lo Osfar ttnv n Iirrtlll etli to dlirernil (ikrlles fi taddle lairse for $160. Corn has I wen selling frtmt l&.&O to per bushel, tlebteiid at l.knoiM. 6 t the past lite week. llernard Ha went to l.exingt. ha been the Week ami hud his timd and ..! Miss Ruby 'I lntn-eChHi"". tettKHeil alai is getting along nieei. guest of Miss i i i ti . lrn Miss Wilum l! wan the week-em- ) A Our Star Dollar Gold g Focn-tai- n Pen is a Corker. Guaranteed to give an good service us any pen regardless of coat. IT LIGHT make' you feel safe in the dark. 7:c to $2.00. Are you allhctcd with ture oriJIIcrnia? wearing Truss, a correctly If Rup- visitor of Miss Msinli- - Clark a yontift whMI lnHtRht Itsrl (!ro bure from Odin Navlor for II IS. K.irl (irow was the guest of .Mrs. Mary Sanders and faimH Saturday. l nisi I rusliisl Ulster she.i tortile ' cblckei s. iludsoe, Hughes v I .irnnu Mrs h. .i .an aii'l i :trrttri ' guests d Mrs i'hil M. Ml inn n iil.ii h ur.-- v tloHeil In tin' Illble. are the . frillts i if t'urhiliilriilli alinim n i ' lifltUe to Miiiihcrn LnrijM mnt p ably i seit.i frinn tardeiM .i.nl ulld In 1 .k-- l I', tmii ami lndi r e Cnrlanih-- Coiindtr S;cdl. I" in .itl. H .. '.' , ,1 in t In . 11111 i ' ' in 1. 'j r. Iut il !!. il III lal". 'it uraun) GIVES THE BEST RC5UUS The CORRECT SMITHSONIAN .... o, I I I -- VJ .jf wv TRUSS HOLDS IN ANY Smithsonian fitted, Comfort, a ton. ypositicw. means Safety, and quite frequently CURE. Satisfaction Walter Hurdette who has Keen very-ilat his home near here is better at this writting. Miss Klsie Whittiiker has returned In her home at Kirksville after avisit to .Mrs. Hoy Sanders. Kohert Img bought of Jonah Tussey a mule for $100 and of S. lingers a pair l It's SiiMiMrTime n m Flor Ida M' Hi. Health Insurance Every Home Should Have A good Water liottle. a good Fountain Syringe, a good Atomizer, a good pair Kubber (iloves. We have,all these of best quality at 75cts to $2.00. Gloves (!." cents. ANSCO-- The Amateur Camera of Professional Quality. All Kinds of Supplies, films developed and returned to you in three days. Ask Jimmie. of mules for l'i. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Demi at HrwinU- ville a part of last week. Mesdames H. Uaj, Itobirt Long aril I Messrs J. M. Amon and Willie I'. Long were in Lexington last Monday. Mr. and Mrs A. C Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were guests! h Pi .'. car leaving Lonibvillc 7:55 p. in.. ; ;;imu p. m. Thfui;.,!. P.il'.it!. jac!; rmville iv. unction on tr.:in Kavin; I ,oui uW 7.2l Hi., arriv in.; Ji'cksonulle b'.iU :i. in. UjiIh jv is t':c direct line to Ahei "r, Tt'.c Snuihr-S, A kri.. Audit's C"l..irles,n. Columhis, S j Two Daily Trains: 'riirtu l:0 m Sun iitrvdlt- Y.mng RBallwcqr -- ufhcfil Car Srrshil rhHe Tour a othr rcsr-rt"- . i anil o'1 I fur If H.H. J sf Paint your CAR and Top now while the w eather is bad. When the bright spring days come, jour machine will be fresh and new. A'o polish for brass and mckie. Ol'TFIT $2X0 Mi COMI'LCTK Manicure Polishes, Files, Buffers, Orange 1 Sticks and Scissors. AGKNCY FOR AHI.O TON'IC. I visited T 9 Cj j('hiil-a-liiCliitl-a-liii- - MARKSUUltY Ilirnm LunJ recently bought a horrs for $110. Mrs. J. II. Sutton was in Danville ishopping lust week. Master Rice Iiroaddus has been threat ened with pneumonia. Master Willie Rice was ill last week and unable to attend stIiouI. Mr. Sid Aldridge of Lancaster was the guest of Mr. Charles Aldridge. Dairy Feed, Fig meal, Fat maker. Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnau. Messrs Louis und Robert (loins have returned after several months absence. Mrs. II. K. Swope entertained u few friends at u chicken fry last Tuesday. Thursday. It is useless to say it good dinner was prepare! for the guests. LOWELL Mr. John Tudor ami family Mrs. S. I'. Davis Sunday. ' MrordMrs M. G. Lee wire the guests of friends in Lancaster Saturday. Iletnp seed for sale. I Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Edd Hurte of I'ittsburg I'm,, is visiting his parents, and other relatives here. j When y on see tin clenr rns of tlte rNiii)! sun as n peeps over tlie hill, iintl lirentli tluit air tliat refreshes flemi In your toes anil nti You take off your hear that Spring Hint sinU coat and set your lint far back on your lieail ami step between the plow handles and listen to the echo from hill to hill as it says Whoa-haw- , Git-tiYou well know that (4rien grass will mon he plenty anil the old churn will be filled with rich cream, mi when tin dasher is put in motion, she will say then you have what tin want. i! Q G It's great boys, - It's jjreat " Messrs F. A. Davis nnd Sam Hurte were visitors in Lexington the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Robt llrown were pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mrs. J. W. Mahan entertained tha lloyle, Sunday. "old maids" at dinner Sunday rud a Mrs. Johnnie llrown returned home. very enjoyable time was spent. Snnday after an extended visit to her Mrs. Jus. Turner and daughter, Alisj ' son and family. Delia Mae, were visitors of her sister. Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Davis and little Mis. Hunter Ray of Lock K, recently. son spent tho week end with her mothMr, W, I), Marksbury, who was ill er, Mrs. Jim Lei. al the home ot Mr. Henry McAfee was Quite a number from here attended taken to the home of his son, W. 1. Vogels Minstrel in Lancaster, last Marksbury of Lexington. Mr. Marks-bur- Wednesday evening. who lias been a faithful S. S, Mrs. Tom Rogers and twins are Bpend Supt. and teacher of the llible class is ing h few days wi'li her parents, Mr. greutly missed in this capacity. und Mrs. J. W. Angliu. Miss Alice Sutton was the delightful Mr. and Mrs. Ancil 1'nrkn and chilhostess at n Hook party und u candy guests were week-enThe dren of Richmond pulling last Saturday afternoon. Win, Hurtu and family, honorecs of the occasion were Mis.es of Messrs Eugene lloyle and Emerson Kmily una Ida Mao ilournu of west Lancaster. Mrs. Teleafus I'ollard, the Meadows and Miss Helen lloyle spent expert candy maker was of valuable Saturday with relatives in Lancaster. assistance tu the hostess in helping enA number of ladies met ui the home tertain her guests. of Mrs. Joe llouin last Saturday, for MrB. Kltu Cecil and daughter, Miss tho purpose of quilting the first quilt Annie T. of Danville, together with ever pieced by her little daughter, Mm. Edmond Sutton, Mrs I'rice llnurne, Willie Mae. The little lady who wus Mrs F.d llourne und Mrs Fanny I'ollard twelvo years of age that duy, whs tho and family, formed a very happy fam- recipient of many beautiful and useful ily reunion at the homo of Mrs. Po- presents. A bountiful dinner was llard's son, Mr. Mason I'ollard last served and an enjoyable day spent. d o 0 One of our tfood farmer friends gave us the above view he held of Sprinrj in his own free language and the picture pleased us greatly. We would like to be out in the field and get this spring music, but since that is not possible, we will keep a good line of FIELD SEEDS for you, including best grade Clover, Timothy, Orchard and other grasses. OATS of the best quality, and it will be our pleasure to have you come in every once and awhile and let us know how everything is going on the farm. If we can assist you in any way to raise a bigger and more profitable crop, remember thet is our pleasure. We have a stock of high grade fertilizers, of quality we do not hesitate to recommend, and want you to talk with us on this line too. Wc are ready to talk building in any size or shape or construction you wish, and you will be pleased with our materials. Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, The Central Record. Thursday, March I, 1917. ! CANT DO THE WORK. It'll too much to try to work every day against n constant, dull backache, or sudden darting pain in the small of the buck. He rid of It. Try Doan'a Kidney l'ills. Your neighbors recommend them. R" ' ! li ill fi: ; .ir u1'! 1 MfctePi tefefr. ft I'arl.er Jenkins, stationiiry engineer. Water Works Itoad, Lancaster, suys; "My work rail for a lot of stooping and bending and thit, caused my kidney I to get out of lix. had dull pains pains across my hack und hiins. My kidneyt acted too frequently and then again were sluggish, and the secretions contained a brick-tlust-lisediment. I Used Doan'a Kidney l'ills, that I bought ut It. K. MeKoberts' Pharmacy. The backache left me und mv kidneys became normal." Price GOe, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for u kidney remedy get Doans Kidney l'ills the same that Mr. Jenkins had. Foster-Milbur- n Co, Props., IlulTnlo X. Y. lipiiiapi 12 I been postmistress liere for some yeais. Tlie wedding was received here as a very great surprise, as she left here saying that she was going to the Inauguration. This couple have been sweethearts for a numiier of years. Mrs. Sallie Cumley, died at the home of Mrs. Sallie Scott on last Thursday after an illness of bronchial pneumonia. Mrs Cum'ey had made her home with Mrs. Scott for many years and will be greatly missed in that home as will as in the entire neighborhood. The deceased was Til years old and a daughter of the late John Todd. Burial occurred in the Coshen cemetery Saturday afternoon after short services by J. C. McClary. A very great surprise was hud here Saturday afternoon when it became known the Interior Journal hud changed will Horse-draw- n You Cui Your you wivh an excess cost tor equipment that can easily amount to 75(c over your entire investment. A k eliminates nl" un- i amim nenbsary investment in delivery ami Mimi-.i-Tnn delivery and hauling saddles of maintenance is hands. S. M. Suulley who has been Equipment Costs 5IIU liatitin the tuiinaye iianliii In horses over tliree times the ..reaaml in the 6.11111 time. This cqummcnt. It easily hauls twice hen Smith k not onl tar less than for hordes, hut than for any other form of hauling or delivery. v. Form-a-Truc- limning is le.:s A Big and Use Smith Form-a-Trucks real lianlim; and delivery elh'cienev time savint;, nuitic earning in every line of business. is Loaders' & Drivers' Wages horse-drawn Form-a-Trt- ? u teams, one Smith the work. Loaders' and drivers' wanes are saved. The men on the loading platform work steadily and earn money for you instead of wasting it waiting for slowiiiovimr teams to get hack. Where jo.i iivu use from three to four k will easily do And you can put Smith k at work in a few hours. Simply attach it to any Ford. Maxwell, liuick, Chevrolet, Hodge Bros., or Overland power plant. The truck construction is permanent fully guaranteed the mechanical equal of the highest priced truck you can huy. Form-a-Truc- Guarantee Smith Formalruck 350 o. b. Chicago Your excessively large, n equipment costs you money for upkeep on working and days. Stahling, feed, eterinarv hills go on all the time and for steady service all day you must have extra equipment to give the horses a rest. horse-drawnon-working Horses Must Rest know the service value, the economy standard of the famous power plants with which Smith k can he used. And the power plant only pulls the load. The Smith k carries it W'o of the entire load rests on the sturdy Smith rear axle. Form-a-TrucForm-a-TrucForm-a-Truck Rear Axle Carries Load You Editor of the paper for something like soven v ears, has never allowed an opportunity to pass that would enable him to raise the standard of this paper. He was ever "on the job" and bus a host of friends who regret to see him leave the I. J. The owners of the Interior Jonrnal now uie K. C. Walton and Jas. II. Wright. Mr. Walton, who sold this paper to Mr. Saulley, is widely known and is being given a hearty welcon a back to Stanford, where he has spei.t the greater portion of his useful life. Mr. Wright came to this place some years ago from Lebanon Tenn, und up until a short time ago owned und oper-- I ated one of the beat bluegrass farms It goes without in Lincoln county. saying that these two men will give the people the best that they have. Mr. Saulley has not decided what he will do it is hoped by his many friends Ibut he will not leave this community. I I I I I I Smith k costs nothing to maintain when it is int working. Stop the motor and the expense stops until you start it up again here is no d production expense. the actual cost Form-a-Truc1 non-An- Expense Stops Don't put up with wasteful expense in your hauling or delivery for another day. Get your order in for Smith now. He one of the 30.000 sure of getting delivery this year. Join the 10.000 present satisfied users. If you have any doubt, ask for a demonstration. It will he a revelation to you to see the actual money saving Smith k will make tor you. Form-a-Truck Be One of 30,000 Worn Out? No doubt you are, II you sutler from sny of the numerous ailments to which an women are subject. Headache, backache, sideachc, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ot the symptoms, and you must rid yourself ol (hem in order to feel well. Thousands ol women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to Foun-a-Truc- TAKE 5 HASELDEN BROS. -Kentucky. Lancaster, Point Loavoll. Mr. .1. Car dm s Hie Woman's Tonic PAINT LICK It. l.'Hriili' u'i.4 n visitor in l.i x- Hilton Monilav and Tuesday. Mr. Hurry l'r.'iucix h:n nrently pur- Mm. It I.. l'n ii ntill selling milk nt cliused n me piiaaenKer rnrd. tier regular puce. Mr. IMil WiIIi.imh made n lunim Miss Mvrtlr Palmer viis the guest of trip to Wiiu'heatiT Witlnc aday. Miis A'l:i Hammond l:lt week. Mr. Ituliert l.eilfurd who lun licon ill Mr. J. K. Iluinmonl bought - nice with ;ii)h- - n iluwl iiiiirnvint;. horse inulea from J. ('. Morgan. Mr. T. K. Itntnsi-- ) of I.anraitf rtpent Mrn. J. I'. ilittnnmnil linn been tick Thiirsdiiy with Mm. I!. Katridne, fur it ft'w vvh' .m with l.agnppe. .Mr mid Mrs Will I'lmmp of l.Hiu-a-te- r Feed mid crushed Oyster shell fur the were K"eata of hit parents ttio tiid. Fannin. Chicken. Hudson, Hughe Mr. K. D. WihnIs left Suiiilay on n Mr. mill Mrn Henry Sanders linn buainesa trip tlirnuli llliiiiiia and Mo-Mmoved (u llii'ir new homo lit tlii Kniito I, C. Kuckerniid Miaa ChaatliK', I 'arm. moved tu their new home on Wiilneaday Mr. ami Mrn. Ileng Sipploa littlu Dairy feed, I'ii;nieal, Tat maker. daughter Iiuh the measles, liut is iin- Hudaon, HiiKliea & Kiirnau. lirnvinK. Mr. iiml Mr. I). C ltlce und Miral Mr. Mittlu'ii Mitrlii'll Iiiih ri'lurni'il In Itlch-- ! liuine (rom Ins wrekM visit in llarliur-vill- o Nell Iticu spent Wednesday mond. Ky. Mra. T. S. Toild of lticlwiiut.il was Mr. J. I). Fixlu'r wii t.'iult-i- l u larKo y. tiiliaccn crop on Mr. J. K. Iluininoml the neat of Alra. Annio llrown, furm lian it ull Htrippcil out. Mr. ami Mra. Tom London enter'I'll.- - little ton of Mr. ami Mm. S. I. Ilairil vidileci Ills (irandparcnta Mr. tained dvliKlilfully ut rook on Saturday evening. and Mrt A. C. Itaird lant wi-vMr. John Hlppletoe of Jackson, was Mia Oubt lluinmiind it viaitin her istera Mary anil Kaatvr Hammond anil the i;uct of Mia Mary Lear for the alau her cuualn Alta Cliaatren Ham. week end. mom who are attendiiiK school In Mia Jeanette Kldridgu went to n Ky. Monday tu attend the funeral A At until' n'luuil will close iim Friday t little daughters, of Frankfort, weie STANFORD the week end guests of Mra. LeComptej Miiiiii.j Woods of Stanford was Mis Mias I.eo Tonipson, of Cincinnati, la father. Mr. Cicero Kenolds und sister. the Kumt f Mry. Henry Wullaca fir Mra. A. 1'. Ilunn. the I'uvet of Mis Nancy Veaijer. aeverul ilaya the past week. The wall of one of the large concrete Mra. II. J. Mclioherta and Miaa Mary Mr. Ilunlettii l!uiney went to Stanwarehouses of J. II. Kaughmaii and Hnn-- e weie in Louisville Saturday. ford Saturday to M'o his Kireiita. Dr. Company fell Mjuday about noon. No and Mr. Ilunlette Itamitvy. Miss .loiinio Ailiill. of Uichmond, has dining whs done as the wall fell out .nr ami mrn, o. i . Itucker ami win heen the guimt of Miaa Lottie Caraon. wurd. It wilt tilled with sacks of wheat. Mia. IIihI (ioccIi, of Wuiieaburc. is ajwnt Sunday at U'hiltw Station with Huv. and Mrs. K. M. Tinder, Mrs. Mr. ami Mrs. Andrew Coehriiu. the KUeat of lier hiater, Airs, W. 1.. 1'iice. Miaa Miirthu Tinder und .Mrs. Mcl'm tj. l.jla Johnon were miiong the crowd Mra. Suaie Turrill left the past wiek Mr. mid Mrs. John Chiirloa Osbortio ul;it came over from Lancaster Sunday for Mxaianippi where kho will wait her liave returned to tlieir Ikhiio at Kimix- evening to hear Hie Farewell Services ihmuhter, Mra. S. (!, Anderaon. ' ville. Tenn, held ut the (.'hrutrin church in behalf (iuittf n numher'of people motored to Key. Joseph Hopper, of Louisville, was of Itev. I. M. Walker. l.aiii'aaler Saturday evening to fee me week cnil guest ol ma mutlier. sirs. Nt,W) ,1U1 lmn u.Cviyei tu.. ,j Mra. "I'hn Ciiala" nt ItumaiiH Opera Home. ' Kittle Hopper. ,llH . Waters of the aerious illness of Miaea Minnie, Maud nnd IHiinch Conn Mra. Allied Kuds, of Shelby count.' , her son, John M. Wutera, of l.aiiraater, wero the ;ueatB of their is the guest of her parents, Mr "d Kalians. He was taken to Kriindmother, Mra. I. C. Kui'ker on Mra, T. 11, Newlam1. l placed in a hospital where he waa Saturday. Mr. und Mra. Ilowan Owens, of McK.- i- operated on for appendicitis and the Misjea Itehecca Ou'leshy of Shelhv nov, weie the guests of Mr. und Mrt. lust newa received was that he waa tliuught to bo slowly Improving. villo ami Archie Maupin of Kingston Ceorge F. PeUoule Suuday. were, gueats of Mra. Arthur Uiddell Mra. II. II. llrunlng has leturned to! The news of the accident with which from Saturday until Monday. her home at Cincinnati after a visit to the little son of Mr, and Mra. J. M. Mount met with at Atlanta, (ia, waa Mra. Arthur Uiddell entertained a her daughter, Mra. T. II. Hill, Jr. It ia has rlnriipil learned here with much regret. Miss PIIh Muv Sum!r numher of young people in a most de. and Cincinnati, said that the little fellow was playing lightful manner on Saturday eveniiik' home from in honor of her Kurata, Misae Ogleshy where she lias been after htr sprinc on some stepi and fell about tifteen feet breuKing one of his legs just below millinery goods, and Maupin. The little fellow is about W. II. McKinney, P. M. Mcltoberts, the knee. Mr. T. It. Slavin, Mlase Susie and II, Paxton were In Lexington two years old. and J. Jennie lliKgina, Meaara James and Mis Mary lirucu and Congressman Heater, Jesse and Wesley Calllco last week attending the Presbyterian Harvey Helm were married in Lexingattended the Layman' Convention at Laymen' Association. Lexington the past week, Mr. und Mr. II. C. I.eCompte and ton Tuesday morning. Miss llruce ha of Mr. Julius House, -' ' i Oa-c- 4 Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking Cardul, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. Alter taking tlircc bottles of Cardul, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as lever did. livery sutfering woman should try Cardul." Gctabotlle 8 today. ACRE BLUE- - GRASS FARM. acre farm all in grass. -5 need plowing for corn, tobacco or hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock burn, well watered and under new No. 11 Ill acre fence. This farm is situated in walking of graded school and churches. Let u show you this one at ISO. Call on or address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Match I. 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED. CLOCK REPAIRING BEATS HIS ALARM CLOCK TO IT NOW Pressman Jumps Out I'KKACIIERSVILLE Mrs. Jane Bell is better. Mrs. II. (5. Cummins Is Improving Miss Ruby Parrish is about well of measles. Mrs. Win. Djchouso continues about BsiJKu Weekly. Mr. Ike Thompson Is prepared to rv nil kinds of clocks from I lie "old grand-father- " style down to the latest invention, lie can give you a list of J. F.. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L KLKIN. Locol Editor and MJr. references that speak of Ids good work until you have tested for yourself. II fnttredsl the I'iki ORlrc In Ui.cs.irr. K';., enn also repair victrnlas and grrph I phones, scon1 C1m Mull Mailer besides make ready Your old umbrellas for the Sprint: Member Kentucky Press Association discarded He rains which nre sure to come. uri wants work nnd it competent to do it i uonsners League. c.gni ,str.ct !nj w, H(,nr,.dnte V(lUr ,,.llronnge. $l.Ou a year. pair NOTICE Mr. Ford Owners. arrangements to carry a full supply of Ford parts in stock. Wc arc also prepared to do this work on short notice. Come see us. Wc have mode cf Bed the same. Miss Norn Smith has about recoveied from measles. Saturday is business meeting at the Baptist Church. Mr. lieu Kennedy is quite sick of heart nnd stomach trouble. Mr. Menefee Elmore is getting nlong nicely on his new stole building. He i.s reNrted In be able to run it some without any g.suline at nil. Mr. August Hurtles, of (Jrillin Sta tion, has just bought a new automobile. Mr. J. .M. Cress sold a nice oung saddle horre to a Danville man for .. Both Mrs. Ben Holtzclaw .Mrs. misiiii ip With Old Tiiri3 Vteor. TANLAC GAVE Lancaster, Kjr., March 1, 1917 U NEW ENERGY FOUR CARS FORDS ' Arrangement were effected by wire When the alarm clock rang thls today with the Ford Motor Co., nt their morning did you hound out of bed, branch house in Cincinnati by which cat a good breakfast and leave "tit Ilaselden Brothers placed their order and reidy for your work? Not if you felt like Edward E, for, and nre to receive Four Car load: of Ford Automobiles, consisting of Schwandt, pressman, 3200 Tampa nvo- Touring Cars and Coupelets. Ilils is the largest single order ever placed by this lirm nnd amounts to up proximately $10.1W. the entire number line 10 to come in these four enrs all being Obituaries, per line 03 sold to parties in (isrrard County I It is absolutely necessary that Has We are authorised to announce the elden Brothers have signed orders, for following candidates, subject to the Ford Cars before thev can have any action of the Democratic Primary, assurance of delivery, and the Ford August 1917. Motor Co. . being assured of the flirt County School Superintendent. immediately wired their acceptance ot MISS JEN'NIK IIIGG1NS. their order for the Twenty. foui Auto' mobiles, the roril mi. . prnmisid to County Court Clerk. make delivery as rHpidly as tliey cn secure ears hi which t.i make shipments J. 0. BOGIE, JK1TIIA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. OLD MULE SELLS FOK S2.50 J. BRUCE LAWSON. Three Days Later Brings $50.00 Assessor. That mules nre advancing rapidly K. B. KAY. EDWARD E. SCHWANDT. the lilies neighborhood in this county Manistrale District No. 1. is evidenced ly a trade that was made nue, Cleveland, used to feel. Here is there last wetk. The facts in the case the story in his own words: J. II. CLAUK. ino last year was a trying on were about these, and Walter Locker, for me. My health had been steadily who lives in that neighborhood, County Attorney. is res on the down grade. Often it would ponsible for it. Louis .McCullev owned be 1 GREEN CLAY WALKER. or 'J o'clock before I could go u mule, and wo judge a very old one to sleep. I got up in the morning althat he sold to Wiley Burton for f2.H0. most as tired as when I went to bed. Sheriff. Burton is known as a very thrifty trad During the day my stomach both A. K. WALKER. er and always sells at a profit, any ered me After eating I had a heavy thing he buys. He interested Henry bloated feeling. I was tired all the State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. Teater in the mule and sold It to l.im time and didn't have any ambition. HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. for $1.00. In the meantime a great My nerves were upset. My body ached. At times my feet were so JAY W. HARLAN. demand developed ill this neighborhood sore I could hardly bear my weight J. R. MOUNT. for these popular hybrids an! Teater Rutes For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ fi.'W or County Offices 10.00 ror State and District Offices. . . . lfi.tX) For Calls, per line 10 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expres sion or individual views, per Representative. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOHAN BALLARD. County $17.-- Bex Garage Incorporated, Co. '' poorly. Mr. W. F. Ballard has returned from the Buck Cnek section where he went to run foxes. Miss Marietta King has re'timcd her school since the return ot good wealli She has several pupils and there are quite a lot of children who should be in school, but ate idling aw a) their and sister. are still very frf - Walter Hammack, Mijr. SHE D BE tune. M. S. HA TFIELD DENTIST. Ollirr . Our fricr.d. Mr. B. O. Anderson, of the Canaan section, has about recover ed from injuries received when his team became unmanageable some tune ago. He rays that Mrs. Anderson has been quite sick with a painful rising in her head. Residence LANCASTER, J. Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. We are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the ae-- l tion of the Republican Primary, August 1917. isoon found another sale for his mule in the person of Joe Gill, whom he per suaded to buy the mule at a price said to have been $50.00. Teater is $17.00 ' to the good and we presume the way other mules have advanced around here I that Joe CI ill got a bargain after all. upon them. I cou'.dn KAUFFMAN , RESOLUTIONS K'y Unanimously Adopted At Frankfort, tiarrard county' Representative, EUGENE I1ERKELE Hon. II. Clay Kaulfman. introduced very important resolution at Frankfort last rriday whicli was unanimously adopted by the House. Hon. Robert L. Green, by virtue of bis office. Auditor of Public Accounts, und being familiar with all the receipts and expenditures is invited to appear before the House on March 5th, to rdvise members of tile Legislature, as to the defects of the present revenue laws. The Kaulf man resolution is as follows. Therefore be it resolved by the House ot Representatives that the Auditor of We nre standing our young through- i Public Accounts furnish to the House red Jersey Bull. "Billy" nt I? of Representatives on or before the 1st II Ed. ami N. It. Price. :it. I ,day of .March, 1917, the lollowir,; Atluntu has, in R. W. McRoberts, of formation; To my place alx ut Feb. STRAYED: thu McRoberts Drug company. 2t ruary L'Uth., a MH) pound red sow. Own1. The total indebtedness of the Com monwealth of Kentucky to January 1st I.Ucklt street, one of the youngest tni.n er can havu samu by paving fortius noin America to head a largo wholesale tice and feed expense. 1917. The uverago monthly expenses of drug business. When Mr, McRoberts 3 1 .'It. Phil Brown. organized his company thru ytarj ago the State government. he was but twenty-seveears of age. J 3. A comparative statement of the KOR SALE: - 100 bushels of d Hemp seed. Price tTt for bushol. total revenue of the Commonwealth Starting with practically nothing, by (K lit of hurd work und earnest applica .1. W. Badgette. with the expenses of the Commonwealth TO THE REPUBLICANS OF for the years of 1912, I'JIU, 191 1, 1915 tion he has built up one of the finest Stanford Route, I., j miles on Uoshen businesses in the soul'i, 'I line jears pike. and 1910. III. 1. A detailed statement of the ex- ago all deliveries to thu local druggists GARRARD COUNTY. penses of the various institutions und were mado by one lonu negru on u bicyI am a candidate, for the Republican departments of the Commonwealth of cle. Today tliey are made by llirre luigu nomination or Assessor at the primary Kentucky automobile trucks and inBargains in Payette and adjoining lor the years of 191', 1913, to be held August 1th 1917. stead of buying bottles u case at n tune counties, Eive per cent. Kurni Loans. 1911, 1915 and 1910. I have always lived at Bryuntsville, early days, they now arrive in as in thu W. KINO and SON. 5. A detailed htatennnt of the Garrard county, and been a life long Lexington, Ky. Commonwealth for thu arload lots Su.li remarkable develop- - 12 U-- mo. My father. Win. Iterkele, republican. nit cud only bu atlliuuiul to splendid years of 1912. 1913, 1911, 1915 und 1910. worked for the republican party and business acumen, haul work ami comHEMP SEED FOR SALE. lor Garrard county all his life, having plete sympathy between company ami "mem-he- r THE served the county as Magistrate, MADISON TOBACCO ealer combined to a degree that is To the fanners who are thinking of of tlio Legislature ami delegate to found now adays. 'lbu McRoberts sowing hemp this spiing. I will sell you the late Constitutional Convention of Drug company have always put tho seed as cheap WAREHOUSE nt pisublu n nil buy jour I have been a the stale of Kentucky. dealers Intetesl foremost. Tfev ure the hemp at any tun" ut thehighest market farmer all my lile, and if elected I will Will Close For Tliis Season With Tfce Sale thisieeiion of the country price. a' pd. H.li.CU.X. do mv best to serve the people accorddividu g their piotila with the druggists. ol Friday, March 9ih. ing to law and to the best of my ability. This co operative syttiiii million their Eugene lter.kele. WAR OR NO WAR customus to buy toiibidtrablo cheaper Three Sales Next Wed- in many cakes for than elaew In We are going tu hold our lust tailor even less than they could gut the same ing oh nlng for the 11U7 Spring Season nesday and Friday. HARVEY HELM AND goods f'om a iiiunulucturer. 'Ihe on Friday and Saturday March 2nd und Diujj company aio the exclu- ;M 11)17, will have spoci.d We wiali to thank again allourfiieuds MISS BRUCE WED. repiesentative distributers ot tetcrul will known with us showing samples and taking and patiimi ami hone to es you again sive Hun. Harvey Helm, of Stanford, next season. All members of our firm hues, Tliey are also distributors of all measuios for spring suits, let Us show Congressman from this district, und ure farmers and our interest.! ure mu- kinds o tlrUgglils sundries, chemicals, you while showing is good. Miss Murv llruce, also of Stanford, tual with those of all glowers. glassware, patent medicines, etc. It. Jai. W. Smith were, quietly man led in Lexington W. McltoberiB is president and treasurA few late sales: Tuesday morning, in thu parlors of the J. J. Sebastian &. Sou, L'Hlolbmt f.ll.'JI er; It E. McRoberts is vice president, FOR SALE. Phoenix hotel and left liiimediatt.lv for Leslie .Sebastian, lull) lbs, at f'l.r,l) and J. II. Mason Is secietary, Atlanta Washington. The ceremony was inf- Bowllii & Prewitt, Constitution. One extra go'l red milk cow, fresh lbs at fcJJ.'.'l ormed by Rev. 11. J. Hush, pastor of Stapp & Son, in milk, three yearling short horn bulls, lbs at &H.U0 thu Seconl Presbyterian church of that Norman Jenkins, 1270 lbs at (short Jeurlings), ono pair of three NEW STORE. city. The wedding was witnessed by W. D. Smith, lUISIbs at year old mare mules, good (net broke), Ill Mrs II. J. Mcltoberts and Miss Annie 1). J. II. Matters & Son lilW lbs at $3) W The old firm of 'lunar and Cliilders, one pair young horse mules, one two McRobcrts of .Stanford and Col. W. P. Griggs & Roberts, !0o lbs ut $'M.uU. uf Emanuel Ky, has now located here, and one three (not broke), 400 bales of Walton, of Lexington. The bride is u Any D, II. Pulphrey, time we can serve you wo hope near the depot, iii the Turner Brick, extra good huy. charming young woman and has muny you will 4 miles out on Buckeye pike. Thanking you They liuvt a new line of Dry Goods and command us. friends In thi city und county who will again for past support, we (Jo tu see them, Address (ieneral Merchandise. Phone U47-remain. wish both bride and groom a happy they will make Ihe prices right and ap 7. T. Rice, Richmond Kv. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. predate your trade. journey through life. 31-4pd. I 1 I 1 in-- For Assessor tried Tanlac began to arc all over never wake up until morning. .My hls'grave aches have left mi. I have n splendid appetite and am able to satisfy it. too, no food disagrees with my YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN stomach. I am glad to say a good word for Tanlac nnd honestly believe that it will do for other people what it has done for me." I'or Sale or Rent: My two story house on Richmond street. S. (i. Ilaselden. Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at R. E. Mcltoberts. KOR SALE- - Ill" bushels, nice, clean Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby Orchard Crass. J. T. Anderson, cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; L'niopd. Route 1!, Lancaster K'y. Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier ami Bruner; Beren, HEMP SEED: I have M) bushels of E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug emp seed for sale. Stnrul III bsgs. Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Leslie Brtailshaw lit. Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; KOR SALE: Thne registered Ky.. Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgin, (J. ed Berkshire shoats, weight about Ml T. Schoollield: Danville. John S. Wells. Lancaster. R. E. McBoherts. and W. C pounds each. One gilt and two boars. I -- t. Miss Jiinny Higgins. West, Sliver Creek. (Adv) passed Holtzclaw Mr. Hcnjamir.e awny nl his homo here Sunday, aged 75, He had been ill only a short tune with bronchial pnrumomn. He is survived by his wife, who was Mis Emily Willi?- -, also four brothers anil one half brother. After short services at the late home by Mr. J. C. McClun . of Stanford, a concourse of 'sorrow irg relatives and frienilsjfollowed the ntnairs to their last resting place in the old Ashlock CI burv ir.g gtouml, near Dick's river, on andSt::nfoid pike whi re the Lanca-te- r the last std'rites of J interim nt ociui- d. Deceased was an unrompromising Republican, a strict member ot the t get relief. Finally I Christian church and a gentleman (!) and right then and there whom everybody liked He served as a get bettar. My worries oldierlin the L'nion army through the now. I go to bed and Civil war. May the sod lie gently on fnri Collections We make nliMiIuitdy no chtirtfc tiii!fsst paiil to nii or us. lit- - KENTUCKY. 777 I I Bills and Claims of all classes are collected by our System everywhere. mt nt v. iii (i) I istictmilly Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay ynu to I 1) l;l '& i ii iiifMigaiu our proposition The Sanders Mercantile Agency J 1 D Coy S Ki,ulr, Manager Oilier 1st llnor Bindley Bldg West tide l.c mgtoii St. Phi 2 fit !? v. 1 0 21 Dun'l t'liaucu our idle capitiil or injls buy Real lf. mi 5; -- si 10 per heal Estate Investments. - cent Hint is what wt- offer in new. well located, four room cotiaKes. All the tune rented ami net yon III percent, on your investment. Also .suited for those who wish to huy .small homes and stop rent. Copsult IHE THOMAS HEAL ESTATE AGENCY. I I I PA m3m a- s n Culti-vate- . n t 1 fSTlas, You not only d reach destination, but you ijet back, with as much ease and comfort, as If ridinfj InaPulIman Car. ECONOMY. 3 DURABILITY COMFORT AND sel-c- ! arc used to make up the word 2S-3m- Week-Mon- day, i You are up In "CLASS H." when Motoring in this, "THE KING OF CARS." We will be glad to Demonstrate this car to you IM.-t- Arcade Garage KINNAIRD Co. BROS., Managers. 1 The Central Record, Thursday, March I, 191 7. Mr. 0. M. Lyons and wife are in decorated In flags anil other emhl-mat-I- c Cincinniiti buying goods. devices. Tin- - refrjshments Irnked Miss Nancy Long nf Kichmond is vis- hack to "vi- olden times" ai they served old fashioned custard and eakes. lu-- r iting sister, Mrs Jolm Hons. The tahles Were decorated in large Iced Mrs. Tom Adams nf Slinrpsburg Is cakes which were later cut H'nl passed. lii-- r mother, Mrs. Nackie visiting Many of the ladies were "en costume" A I'.rid Mmtlon ol Ihf Comingi ii lending an additional charm to the scer.e Golnji liyThotc Vt Art Inltrn'ud In. A few Iron mid Wood Ileum tiH bought the recent advance. Mm. Kobert White of nnd entertainment. r. Is visiting her (sister. Mrs. (). K. Villain and Syracuse Turning Plows tit active prices. Mrs. Ilarve McltoherH and Miss Ann Davis McltoLerts accompanied Miss and ' Mrs. O'Haniinu of Stanford tins been Mailable Stoves at Mr. Charlie Adams, of Lexington, visiting Mrs, V. T. West spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. nnd '""J "f 11 I'l, reliable Ametion Fence Warranted in good Mrs. W. M. Znnone who has lieen ill Mrs. J nek Adams. the best li ll fence made. Perfection and Hosh Oil Moves. A rcw Healing I much Improved, Mr. anil Mrs. Hright Swim-broaStoves Ml ctsI John Dccriy Wagons Hi'! best made, j for several days is C. Hemphill of Louisville is motored to Danville Tuesday in their Mr. J. now car. i imninoine Mrs. Th.-- Currey. I visiting Mr. an'l We have just received a Car Load of Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, Gossip About People I $50.00 $55.00 Mary Ilruce to Lexington where he was married to Congressman Helm... . Itov. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder. Miss Martha Tinder, Mrs. Trice and Mrs. Lula Johnson were among the crowd that came over from Lancaster Sunday evenlnKtohearHev.il. M. Walkers farewtll sermon. . Misses Kllzaheth Simpson and Kllzaheth (Jrimes, of Lan-- c .ster, were to see Mrs. Will I'nrtnr last week. Intetior Journal. THE STAR J. R. MOUNT & CO. House. Tln' S.iu-h lli-ii- l I Mr. J. It r.irnn was in Kichmond and Uxington, Friday, on husineas. Miss Annie Asldeck of,.Stanfi)ril has been Hie guest of Miss Julia 'alione. I Miss Virginia hn" he III, Adams .Miss i:'t "'is week, Mattie Ailnins. of Lexington SPANGbED RANNER. Kcv?. Diaw A Check j Mrs. Lucy Arnold of visiting lit r lirntlur. Mr. H. Miss Mattie Adams of Itichmond Normal, spent the week-en- d with her is Winchester Mm. McGrnth. I". 19 PlS The Garrard Bank for the money youovc nnd note how much more respectfully your creditois 'I hey like to do yon with 11 mini who business Miss Miller has returneil to her Miss Artie Kirkland of Parksville is home in Kirhmond ufter a visit to Nancy vimlilig her cousin. Miss Misses Mary and Janie Doty. Mr. IMil Hoss who suffered un attack Mr I. J. Saiifold is in Kiclnr.ond for of acute indigestion and for awhile was a Mail to her daughter, Miss Maunce seriously ill has about recovered. Ash'y Mrs. Win. Ilurnett of Shelby ville. of Junction City, has been tile attractive guest of Miss Ktiz-- I lias been visiting relatives and friends in the county during the past week. aheth I'ord. Mrs. Cleveland Hose who has been Mrs T. I". Hiowning and ludiy left Sunday for a visit to her Kiients m visiting iMiss Hetty. Vt est anc Airs. .1. Li iihiion, Ky. S. (lilliert lias returned to Stunford. The fiitiida of Mr. Jolm Ciutchlield Miss Alary llatfieldof Hussell Springs are glad to see lum him out afler n is the charmi g gueat of her brother, ' protracted illneM. Dr. M. S. Hatfield and Mrs. Hatfield. ,1 (Iregory I3jJ Francis Scott I () say, can you see, by the dawn's early light. What so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming. Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous light O'er the ramp uts we watched were so illantly streaming? And the rocket's red glare, the bomb bursting In air Gave proof through the night that our II ig was still there. ((, say. does that Star Spangled Haulier Jet wave O'er the land of the free and the dome at the brive? On the shore, dimlj' through mist of the deep. Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes. What is that which thu breeze o'er the towering steep. As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam, In full glory relUcted now shines in the stream. Hanner! O. long may i' wave 'Tu the Star O'er the land of the free and the ho.ne of the braje! And where is that li itU who so vauntiugly jvvore. Thai the havoc of war and the battle's confu-iion- , A home and a omntry should leave us ml more? Their blood has wash'd out their foul footsteps' pollution. No refuge could save the hireling and slave From the terror of llight or the gloom of the grave. And the Star Siangled II finer in triumph doth wave O'er the d of the free aim the home of the brave. O thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand, lietween their lov'd home and the war's desolation! Ulesl with vict'ry ami peace, may the he.tv'n rescued land Praise the power that luth made and preserv'd us a nation! Then conquer we must when our cause It is just, And this be our motto; "In God I our trust!" And the Star SpangleJ ll.inuer in triumph shall wave O'er the land of the free and the hame ot the brave! has an account at & the llettir 'Miev Garwd Bank Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business like way. open such an account ev en if your alfatrs an-- not 'nrge. will grow all right. & Trust Company 13 A INK. A I Miss Sue Shelby Ma-o- n. Mrs. Will S. Klkin who has been vis- Mesdaines( Mii-o- ii ami Will Cool, motored iling C.ipt. T. A. Klkin has gone to to Lexington, h.ituiilay. Louisville before joining her liu.band. W. II. HONOR I ROLL 111 STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Z It I fi li. 7 bill by check, ami have jour wife pay her lulls hj cheek schenies Never lend an ekr to "Got saving Do not be haphazard about It. Follow some kj stem Kent a sale t!eait l"k for jour valuable iaM-rMake free use of the up to date service we oirer Teach the child the value i.l money by giving them an allowance Meet your friends at this b.mk lor Iraiisucting iniKirtiint business Pay jour cQFe Citizens National Bank t)K I.ANCASTKK. KY. J. J. WALK Kit, Vice l'rest. II. K. HUDSON. President W O. P.ir.NKY. Ass't Cash'r JokJ. WaI.KKH, Jk.. W. F. (MIAMI', (.ashler. Co. Swnpe of Lexington Mr Ashley j spent a few days with Ills mother and Judge F. P. Frisbe is attending a meeting of state Agents of Mutual grand mother, tin- - past week. Hem-Il- l Insurance Co. at I.exirgton this Mrs J. It S'IImkiii. who has been week. n the guest of Miss Minnie llrowii. Iihm Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wherritt and Miss J; returned to her home in NiehoLisville. llettie Miller have all been the victims S Mr. and Mr. W. 1'. Duncan nf of but are better at this Nu holasville have been visiting their writing. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. S. (I. Haselden. Miss Lizzie Ileitis returned to Francis Scott Key, lawjer and pjet, write "The Star Spangled Hunncr" t Miss Mary Arden Jennings, of Chi Normal at Hichmond. Tuesday State after on the back of an env.-- l ipe d irmg and after Fort McIIenry's successful defense ) cago I'l.. arrived Wednesday ami is in seveial days visit to her molher, Mrs. of lUltimorv from the llritiah Heel in September Mrs. Hella Arnold Francis' trimming Kiln Ileitis. department. The wiiti-u- p of Atlanta I Mrs. Marshall Denny and Misses Co. seen else where the our paper Drug in was Helen and Martini Gill entertained at very pleasing to Ware Mcltoberts' host 4 well HpiHjinted luncheons in honor of of friends. Miss Mary Miller. Miss Stella Ford Speaks, Mary King Mrs. Vanght. of Richmond, together Sutton and Malicia Sutton were week GRACE, BALANCE and UNLIMITED POWER. with her children Charles, Mary Hardin end gu.-a- t of .Mrs John Collier at THKSK THHKK FOK.U THK TRINITY WHICH MAKKS and Kllzaheth spent the week end with llyattsville last week. (!) Mrs H. K. Mcltoberts. Miss Lola Shouse, an efficient clerk, Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mss Mr. Adolph Joseph lias gone to Gin- Iteltie West left Friday for a visit to cimiati, Chicago and I'eru Indiana to relative in Tul.-- Okla. buy goods for the Joseph Mercantile a, t - I STEARINS KNIGHT FARMERS. This is the season of the year to give your Milk Cows and Work Horses INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD. i Tr's The Best. iWr.FtahfiFts Dpiin Store iIWrasVW rfWrVA Gold Medal good because they are pure l- finlH MpHflla Seeds are w ' 4 -r a. Jk v- -v with Kauirmau Straus, of Mr Tom Cast of Indiana and Ml. formally Cat Kist of Ohio, who were vailed here (.ouUvilte. has accepted a position with Kl bv the death of their brother, Mr the Joseph Mercantile Co. Owen Kast. paid this olliee a call. Mr. John Duncan who has been (!) Mr Napo Price paid a visit to his housed several days with a severe cold brother, Dr A. S. Price of Stanford, is again out. Miss Jennie Duncan has ami found him much improved after n also recovered from l.iigrippe. stay at Norton Infirmary in Ixiuisville. Akron Ohio eems most attractive to Mr. Allen Johnson Mrs. J. '' llf'iiphil! of Louisville. Lancaster boys. Mrs. A U. Curfey and Mrs F. H. leaves this week to accept a position Games and son of Danville, have been there, much to the regret of many. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Then Curry Mr. 1'. M. Wilson of Howling Green, The many friends of Mrs. Jennie sji--nt the week end w'th Mr. and Mrs. llronddus. who has been iUlte ill at the J. It. Mount. Mrs. M unit entertained home of her daughter. Mrs. J. S. Gi- at a family dining Sunday In his honor. lbert, will be gratified to know that she Mrs. II aj den Leave) has returned is improving. (rum the Danville Hospital where she Judge H. A. Huriiside, the popular underv,ent a terious operation. Her stole keeper, has again been assigned friends will be glad to know she has toSilvei Creek. The Judge knows , entirely recuvered. this business from "whereas to allien Messrs Cecil Hioaii, Owen Hendreu. and is Hipular with all classen. Altv Doly and .Misses Margaiet Cook M sm'S Jane and Mary Doty enterKlmnr.. mi.. ..Mi-,,.- . in tamed the nd , nt u beautiful party their prtlUe of M. M. I. and the recep-- I in honor of Miss Mary Miller of liicli-i- t lion they attended at this institute last end. Mrs. Frank Marksbury also night. j Friday at a pictuia show patty in Dr. K. Kvans and Mrs. Kvans have luiior of this popular joung lady. been coniined to their home for the j Mr.nndMraW.il Mason left to day past week or inure with giipp. Dr. fer iisliit gion, Hallimoieand Wllkts- - Kv nns is one of our oldest mill most re-- s barre, I'a . fur a tup of several weeks. ecte.i cuuei.s sod we wifli for them Afler taking in the Inauguration they ' a peeity ncuverj. MfMininei. will visit their ilaiielKers, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. I'lice of LancasHenry Faulkner and Willie Fox Logmi. ter, Kv. mid Mrs. G. F. Smith of San-for- d Col. I. M. Dunn. Mr. Walter Dunn are regiett'ied at the Tuinjiu Hay fe Mr. Jen Overslreet and Mr. Allen Hotel. Mrs Pi ice and' Mrs. Smith aie Heiatl u.'dorul over uud spent court in (lie city as guests ot their il;ij in I.iitherj Mrs. M.iluy and JuJge Mubry. -- Tampa Lancaster. . Mia. ) Gibif, of Lancaster, bus returned home, Morning Tiibune. I I STEARNS--KNICK- T a masterpiece anions cars, the one car you will desire the car that yoc should own. Sold by Built by The F. li. Steatns Company, Cleveland 1 1 I Edward C, Benckendorf, Wilmore, ky. IT I Intirtstpil Writn nr Phone- - t m Fill la PLtiire Puzzle -- No. Si 4 cwe,r i- - " " ..1 TO' 'as1 t r-..-r SW 5 it .s Z "5 33 s. 6. I 'li JL-- l ft a-3S 31 U1CU. - A Tsr XL nnviP JeXy o IU t"1 O II t K fLjiciiiu Hi- f t Buy your field seed from us we will furnish you with any kind you want at the best prices. best. ' the week-enthe guest after Mu.ic Depnrlinent of the Wc J.ibii S. Haugliuian and Mr.! I The of .Mis. Club gave a delightful musical lit llaughman. on the Lexington road, malls lust Friday. the home of the - Danville Advocate. Mrs. Harry TouiliiMoii acted as chairMeKilatne- - Giorgo Uobinson, W. II man and was ,ui ted by Medaines liurlou ami Misses Helen Young Minnie Sweenej. (in, David.on, I.ui Frances, Miller nnd Mis en Murllia Tinder, iiobmsiili, louiinie Mm Tmdar, Maltha Kavanuiigh, Johnelta Fjirru and Katie Hams Dick Martha d Mism-mGiI- I 9 rJikfl. 8 ?. 111 ., " '9 .69 jj,, WML WIU.I, Mm tlm and Helen Gill, Mary Khuore, Silt Shelby M.ison, Charlie Klmere and Margaret Cook, Hev. Hiurv Hudson and Mrs Hudson, Mrs, Sam Julitn.011 Allen Jnhnton niotiirid to and Mr Itichiiiond Monday night tu hear II Kvan Williams. erM'ii. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Universal sorrow nnd regret bus been expressed and felt in our town over the serious accident of John Mcltoberts Mount, the attractive little sou of Mr. and Mrs. John Mount, of Atlanta. His nurse had tulitn him up on the church ' steps opposite their homo from which ' ,1... I. I.... ..ll I itir lie leii, uieuniiiK Ilia iik I........ lup and knee. Three weeks In lied In a plaster cast la very hard on one of Ida age and activity, but at the end of that time we are uaaured lie will Lie J I good as new. children, tho last picture ou niaJ was that of tho animal called most faithful friend, tlio horse. It Is true that today the automobile li doing much of the work that tho horse once did fur man. Hut, A card I'ioiii MrV Maiy ('. Jennings Many rich people vvhia own auktNtes tile has changed her address children, juu do love a lino horse, ilou't j'ouT tomobiles 11U0 keep thrlr horses to ko rlJIns. Now, If jou let your pencil run from Aicoia Hi. to Kiuip HI. nnd aka K:iln from 1 to '!. 3, 4. etc, jou'll ilnj that you'll have a picture of one of lb to be leineinbered to friends and relalueerest loiiklui; aiiliiuls lu the worbl. tives, Mr. Herman Hoover ulo, asks changed from Ids uddre lu have Wo will gladly print the naiiie of all children who will take the pains to Georgetown Ky., loTroyOhio. A letter .,tl, l,.-.- . ..:,.iiir.. Vim will llnd it intertstine: and thev will aniiear fioin Anna Miller Comely of liOKl S. In every issue of the liccon! f 10m this dat,e. Who will be the first lo send Ids l'ensylVHiiiu St. Indianapulia Ind., fays or her name? she ham't been tun over by street cars All thu conteatanla mutt clip out the picture after being traced und mail and killed as we predicted, the also says to the Central Hecord, that we may ae how well the work has been done. bIiu is going lu a splendid school and A. Indotf. F.lnier The following made splendid drawing last week;-(I- uy leirning fast but would rather be In Casey, Deane Zanone, Sallie Sutton, Krimat Sutton, Anna Miller Comely, J. H. Lancaster, Sutton, Gayle Doty, Lucian Ilroaddus, Delia Mao Turner, Victor Mahan, Florlibrary department of the Worn-an- a ence Cottrell, Florence Mae Lane, Aubley L. Hav, Falitli G. Moore, Vernelle n, The Mary Ander-oClub entertained ut a beautifully Gooc'i. Mattie Heulah Cobb, W. T. l'rewitt. Hetlie Price Walton, Henry Lane, Paul Uradahaw, Charles Uastin, darnett Montgomery, Hillia 2nd. The appointed Colonial Tea the Lucy Long, Will H. Moss, Jr Club room and hall were appropriately Naylor, Kobt Hagan, Leltoy House, Elmer Owen, Tho Central Record, Thursday, March I, 1917. DISEASE OFCABBAGE. Cartful Seed Stltction Hat Prnductct Variety Retlitanl to Yellewt. PticcoMfiil cahlmgp cnmcM Cljile, O., nfler lx Sent' trhits In Uh Hid Ohio experiment station have ohtnllioil Mrnliu resistant to jcHotth i1lrnn. or fiisiirltmi wilt. Tin All reasons vnrlety lni shown tho leant tetiileney to this disease, ntid demanded It iiImi posees 'litnlltlc Plants have liy Hip kraut IndtKtr.v. lieen selected for srinl which have shown thp strongest growth and the Broatpxt freedom from dloase. Thl procedure In rniuhatllttf rahhape jellovts hn proved far moro siicccsv "fill than soli sterilization mid other r control method. proers say. condltlona of continual nttaek hy dtKpasc certain plants develop characteristics that ward olT ravages of sneh p.iraltes. Hy continual careful selection and propagation desired tjpri nrp pnsliicod that thrlp even where H almndant, while common varieties die or else, yield poor return. The especially resistant strains lift lis nr-at In-de- The market opened this morning very much stronger than It closed on Friday. We sold the past week j CARDS, i ,iiil IJ - 372,261I Pounds Tobacco at an avsrsgeof $18.41 sale will be on next Monday, We will have only two more sales this week, one on Wednesday and one on Friday. firing your tobacco to tho Home House. We advise you to bring jour tobacco on in as we propose to remain open until the growers have marketed their crop. Drive to the Home iJouse where every bucket of your crop receives our closest personal attention. with ns tluriiiU tin lust 2111 22.12 21..r0 21 Hi w.-e- Then the next Or. Win. D. Pryor, V'otfi inai v Surgeon lllllce lit lU.i ' ntist. I .iv 'ulile inctisicr I- hciititt ky ills-cui- o Helow will be found it few mips sold 21!)") pounils ?"2!).12 averaUt! Rogers & McWIiortiT VMS pounds 2!7.02 average Sttiult'rs & WnrniT 2(MiO pounds 771.01) average Hronddtis & Hardin Slid pounds l!)8.i)7 avertiiie 1'. L. Tussey 17tT) pounds :i(il.G2 average Unrtoit SnudiT.s Covington & Denrinijcr t;W8."i pounds 2750.30 average 20.12 20.fl together with avcrailfs 112 I.He'd pounds $!!(i5.ii7 aMtnge? If. K. Haker Algin Urandenliurg 27!!j p muds ft) 1.2!) average 2151 () (i.)iill p uitids average 21 () (itiiv V l'otld , :i7lT pounds 77!). I!) average 21)711 Jim (loii'Cs 2i)H!l p lauds U) 18.5.1 average Hiirniiin & I. iw mi "il 130 pounds 2!) I .SO average 2o.:u Laura SclmMimi k 1 1 1 1 1 u.u. - A RDS.ff.fi. I Phone 39 BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers All Seasons cabliaep hao hccii named the Ciydo Series Nos. 1 to 7. Nos, 1. 2 and 4 have proved mot resistant. Within n year or two the experiment station expects to dlstrllmte the seed of 'hose strains to growers. HOME T0B11CCS WAREHOUSE Incorporated. John M. McRoberts. M TOMATO GROWING PAYS 33.3 ON THE GENERAL FARM By C. C. BOWSFIELD. Richmond, Kentucky. acrnge in on n good farm. If ou wish FOR SALE AND RENT to retire from the farm you should know about this one. Propei'y Listed In This Column. Is it bargain. 170 acres ;l mil No. es from Lancaster, right on turnpike, No. .r. Is a suburban tract of 13s has two duelluigo and two good barns. n'res situated on main pike with build This farm will produce hemp mid to itiK site for duelling ritht at the cit tmcco, about one half in grit", price limits cit water ami lights installed, $100 per acre. This farm most of this faim in j;ras. 10. Is a two slorv dwelling, situated will produce the variety of ireps usual in the citv limits, large size lot. m good This localitj. The dwelling is newly built. lands in this eountv. to tract has one laitjespleiidldly oonatrtlct- - in splendid condition and attractive; nil water, lights, ed stock barn, one S acre newly the citv conveniences, Kami well ' sidewalks. tobacco barir. The owner leaving citv and This tract lias will take $J.VHI. fenced and watered. RENT Ccttacis on it. nlwavs lented, No. 11. City Property Dwelling. 7 that proiluce a rental equal to the aver- rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful iS.'iOOO age income on investment. Kichmond street, large lot nod has all I'rice JJo.'WI. J.j.TOO cash and balance ' conveniences includirg garage and barn. in eijual pa) nienls due in -- . ! and No. I'i. Five room dwelling, modern, vears. Iluy this tor a home and live good barn, large lot fronting on l.eiliglon St., cheap at fli.'iOO. Coin enient and accesnble to the advan tages of ore of the best small cities No. 13. Iluilding Lots Under thi anywhere. No. we oiler ou attractlie .single and No. I'i. Is a tract of "0 acres; has all double building lots, splendid locatiuo, the impioiemcnts of tract No. 5 and is ou r IIOil feet deep. JI.Vl tof'.KK). capable priced Ht jl2.2.'0 and is woith the mon- of water and light connections. ey Terms $V1W cah and balance in ' The Thomas Real Estate Ageny. equal payments maturinc in 2. '.i fnd I) A. Thomas. Mgr. 4 year". Lancaster, Ky. No. 8. Is one of the most attractive, OHice Uecord llldg. substantial, and convenient suburban homes in the cily- -a two story dwelling MT. HEUttON of ten rooms, including halls and pantries, all requirements In out buildings, Mrs. diss Duncan is on the sick list. lights and water: has several acres We will suitable for building lots. Mr. John Darker is very ill with trade this handsome city dwelling and pneumonia. th-b' A -' M. .1. PA'I RICK, Kcntiick' I). H'nLlist. Indiana, to Miss Ahce Itmii. for her farm of 100 aries located tear Ml. Hebron, she ' One of the greatest of tlw money unking commodities is the toiiiiito. This product Is lniortiiiit enough to o considered liy farmers generall-- . i While tomatoes nrc classed, lis gardrn products, I prefer t look on theui ns a llclil crop north the K""t efforts of V. A. Cnrr. nu expert nil farmers. grower of Minneapolis, lias hail n yield ns high ns Olio Imshels ier acie As tomatops nre woitli Sl.no to S.5 n Imshel. this rate uf eamhiirs puts them In n (Muss lijr themselves. Mr. I'nrr ailvles s'oile uho have mi vreeiihoues to start the plants In hotheils mailt' out of storm vtiuihms tiiiil roimh Iniuher Hani manure inn tie uisl for heat tiirtlns: early, he uets an cuily 'Tup. ami Hint's where Veterinary GO WIST TIMS MMttNtl rteroiue liulepi nilent h) IKklnc lip (irnili'Ute agriculture. In MliineiMila. North iiiriiiimtt curiniif Montana. Id.ihn. Wnshtnitton or roUejjc Oregon Millions of acres of land in these states along the Northern Pa- PANVII.I.I. KFMIXK cific It nwnttMK settlement t'tiusunl nppirtiinltb Ili'iUhlul rllmnt . aluindant crops, rimhI markets, tran.portatlon fncllltie . scheels, churches, etc A ounK innn-t- r Send for for ambitions people fren desiriptlte literature and Infor- IHINERll. DIRECTOR Thorn!.!) am I'rnln. reKurdlng tie thtnleular in.illon Olllce Oier National l.'ni :. that mtereals )ou We ulll his farm Mr. W. 11. Montgomery Kl.ul to o .r J nil In leeiillnc Residence I'bone 3 (M!!ce Phone '11 of 100 acres located at Lock h to Ills li"'. homeaislsta romrmitilM wliere teu In brother Mr. I.. C. Monlgomer) , price can feel ut lunne and ran etijo pro LAM ASTI 15. KY peril) WilietoJ r Kji.m iirn.nl ; Messrs .1. K. olurrow and Dennie AKent. ,Norihern Pacific liy., to l.u tth .St ".licluiiatl, O. .Scott and families mined this week to theii farm recently purchased in Jes 1 Mr". Molhe l h'.iupHon nnd daughter. Miss Jeai , haie bet n ouite I.I with gup III inp Seed fur sale. Hudson. Hughes. .V Partiaii. Horn on the lS.'nd to Mr. and Mrs. liiehard Spltv, a tine lxiv. nnmisl llnv. The sale of Mr. J. ). Sherrmv on the J.'Ird was wi ll attended mid every thing sold well. Mesdntnes H. S. Denn and Harrison Demi who have bieii quite ill are improving slowly. Mrs. V. I., tirow and daughter l.ucy were the guests of hi r parents at ll.in-vill- e fuiiit Lick. p.imr dilTerem-e- . Joluili. toy, V.J! j Surgeon. J. A.BeazIev I w-tloI samine county. Mr. Sam Dnltoii and wife (nee Mls Delia Stone) arrived lat week from near London to hie Willi Mr. James Stone and children. Mr. Shelbj Sheirow uf this place ui.d Miss Leota Dalton uf neur l.oiid.ineie married at the home of liei. (!. W. Thompson on last Thursday. Mr. Arch Thmnp.on of Paint Lick and Miss Annie llarker uf this place drove to the home of lie v. J. W. Mahan last Wednesday and were inairied, Mr. It. L. llarker traded his farm in 5, 10 (, 20 Year See this 20 INSURANCE. Ladies Coats. Mens and Boys Suits to close out ut cost. FARM LOANS 'low rates. year plan. G.C.COX,Manse,Ky Phone .- -. ii, ii Id to I 12 ltol m. m. 7lo'Jp. rnt M. K. Denny and W. A. Wbeele Doctors Of Dental Sargery. D. A. Thomas. Ml uttct turntr llullttlnif utn Kurt And m nriiiiurr hiutr LANCASTKI!, KKNTUCKY, 2 O lUlne tn demand fur cannlnt; as well as fur unUcrsal tubla use when freiih pkktril, tomatoes have become ncognlztil as 11 lead Ins staple. Kew Harden products aro so nldely ut.ed, and It uould be hard to name one that puya belter Illustration fehona tomato pickers at work. -- Yon to get nur ft aiiicu frt-e riidilosJ on O Ml Fruit and Shade Trees II Shrubs. Grace Vines, JJjl then spieail n ilamp cloth siver the liov ninl leno the wis I to terminate, uhlch takes live or six ilujs. When the plnnts haie two or 'three leaves they ale tiauplauleil to the liotliisl, either lieiuj: pl;'u!c or else In ilicap wmil In the ii mil ell hoes. four lui hes eaeh four Inches ileep. uiih liwe Imtioms He The liOis me nmu'iiiei'l lor ollil trtlllliiiilliii:. hut 1 alii imin nh d ivhi'tliur the ..re umth il.e ii n ."il I ii trollhle. If these l i s nr n clump of illit s lin lies ii. iut 'er is taken up with the plant ul.in n is tmiisphiiitcit out ot J us. wlin h i.' tin place ns mjoii iis il.e .!.ni"i i' i fm-- t Hy this tlni" the i lants me In blossom unit tometlines the nut ha I s ii.u-- t heyilli to appeal-- . Is; taken v tins m .ii. i ii "laet-Ini;- . OPj A mind way to do is t (reiiihes four fei t ii'lhi mill pl.ee tho plants In the tieiich four feet fruit 1'iiih hi her. iiiiiipln- - tie u'huiiI (Irmly ahoiit the loots. Water khoiild lie used ill this traiisplantluu. espei'lally If the Most of the dlr: Mill Is u little dry. that uau thrown out of tho trinili I' left llns to he turned In hy the cul tlvutor. by which time It is warmed by the fctiu and will hasten growlm;. The thief enemy to watch In tomii' to Krowluk' Is blight, which will mnke Itself upiuircut when the ends uf the This leaves turn brown and wither. cuti lsj tiucceksfully overcome by tpray-Ini- ; with bordeaux mixture. I usuully dip my plants In a weak solution before tho second truusnluiitlug and then aim to kIvii them a second iprayliit. Don't lie afraid of gettlni; It ou the fruit. It won't Injure It." urn! (be Ills money Is. He rulules his experience in this way. "I plant tomato t.eeils 1'eli, in in shallow boxes in the greenhouse, mahlm; ii trench ii half Inch ileep with the. eile of ii trowel mill ilroppiu'j the seeds In f Inch apart. The lienthes it f are one ami inches npait. I Hue illit oer the eisl with a Matter one-halone-hal- I Si TOBACCO - - TO - - H m Rhubarb. Asuaraus. Strawberries, beed Potatoes, Dah- Roses, lias, Ete. 8, Kverythinj IB for Urrluinl. (iiinlt'ii. I. nun tuid 4 Write for fm; Ctiitilostnt:. No Ajlla S'H.F.IIillcnmcycr & Sons. ff Lexington. Ki'iitutky. iui ivn. RDfisTTi'FPPINf! Builnei.Phonogriphy "a TVl'P.WHITlNGind I.SMITH BUSINESS COLIEQE lifter I IS 8 l.t,. TELEGRAPHY t ' lit ,r ltt.. nl tik I t ' r nrf : I. 1 IliiH It U. Ntl ril, Ix1i.uf..n. ntll Vtf"t Hy f3 JGHH WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Hi Llborsl assortment STANFORD, STREET rv and full vsluo paid r v ITI IlJ 1 raw . Itidoa and m nine runo ' Co.tCklns il m tu3 Company MANAGERS. s ft ' mi i sin uchcol rr Law. ....... ii' ,i 23 HIGHEST PRICES PAID &liimut U KcaJ No CcmmitsioB to Pay Writ for 1'iico Utt and SbippUf Ti Isc.ism.u4 Kanil'ttsBc in We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. 30. Mtttl on Vt I, M. Sabel & Sons I.I..UW I'I' LOUISVILLE. KV. "1 ' The Central Record, Thursday, March -- 1, 1917. 1 Cold Sores and Fever Blisters nre only outward manifestations of the inllnmtnntion of the mucous surface tlmt lines the hint's, tho ttomnch and ail tlio digestive truct, but they j'tvo you evidence of how sore n membrane may become as u result of inflammation, which is stagnation of the blood. rightfully called acute catarrh. If you suffer from such conditions don't let them bcecme chronic, don't run the risk of systemic catarrh. When your system is clctrcilnf all its polon the inrmhrancs sootl.rd am licnlcd. the cold gone nnd your digestion rcstorril. jnu will enjoy life, feel equal to all its taks. nnd tic at peace with the w jrld. Let Peruna i!o for you i lint it did for this sufferer: Mrs. L. A. Patterson, 233 Utah Avenue, Memphis, Ttnn. says: ' I havet.-- nfrwrni of Prruoa for many yrar. I haveuM tr off and rn f"f cvarrhi! mmptaint oni founl tt a vtry excellent rtrnvily. I'lnvf u mill f jmitr ( hMrtn 1iun arc haril with ts, tit Iran scartfljr nfTani li i!f without I't run.i. the of t he yar whrn njj;hf nnI colJ e prevalent Wr alwi.y rncuranMDU PrruQ tu out neighbors, for the U ncfit It lias beta to ut. ' Vou neexln't suffer longer with such o remedy nt linml. marti iii nmr iimritinni' J II A TITLED NURSE UUENA VISTA I wili to mhv that Itohert Ogg anil Itetilieti Nu) lor nre still aingle, hut that they wiml the wiling Ihilien to know that they nre conilidiitea for natriniony. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Awarded a Silver Medal by the King of Italy. Director and IK Embalmer. .13 HELPED MESSINA REFUGEES. (Wire Pimm; Residence Phone Kentucky. The Mo'hir of Two Sons, the Duchess of Ao&u Is One of Iho Chief Inspec tort of Italian Red Cro and Personally Nursed Gic'k Soldiers. Tin' I, nit- (Ik1 First Talent Hour. Tho host IS tho cheapest. IIuiIkiii. Huuhe.t & I'armu. McMurtry ai.il lilnkeinnu Urn, havej iut I'nll) 'n heiiil on the limp liy pur-- " chiiMiii; iobI "ronls" for their fiitiiilie,. MrMtirliy chhI that "wifte dear, '.viulil he tn have iihe". The lluetm VistiatH feel Iwteaveil , tho lw or Mr. I V.. Scolt ai.,1 family' who hnve innveil tollsirroilshurt;. Kntt ever liy the hum ot Mr. Scntt hihI fan ilv we nam it t.iw store ami other hum no iHipMvriitrtit in Ihieiiit Vislu. ! NOW is the ideal time to visit FLORIDA nr tin iif Itiilv lias iinardcd ,!or iihiIiiI f liillttnti uilor In I lit III DlHtlCS HI, wIl'l-' llM lull naml - ii Hi nt' i. .h i .' in ml In I In' lint l.i limit V ili- ii. h ii .l.iii'.Mi r ft Hi lliiiirUiiiiirli.ui l."i'-- i ilu- - , J in bes is If llilena Vista coulil proihice all other it in . Ihiiii i Mi I.tmli-t- i Ii.iwnir tops iipi.il to tho out Ktt of !l,eM('S ill T akeiiham mil 11..1 it'll nl King fur tho mil month, our lsr.il woulil Miiihhi Thame- - S!ii' I' ii 'l 'il l Hi fur (itlr lieitrhlinr-Iiikk- I She lirniK (!t"t T acre. Iht bcaiiti an) Ii iiiti' .1 :i'ih lias tiirmil out m il cir n the pusl four vtoeka win will h.tn this post (lurii.if the ii ini.iniler of their vi. Clear it Up With PERUNA li ly I GULF COAST RESORTS 'in nwa from tlic Low r'mi u olil mill enjoy lift' in tlir hind of Sun xliuic mill Flowers. Ir furc4Hi.il excellent service tin V LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. I arllcu.nr. I li jr. meal agents nf ths riii r.ii.il to II. I'aSflMI THE NATIONAL BANK OF- - LANCASTER. Gipiiul $50,000. A. It Surplus Vice 30,000. DKNNY, President' . II SIOKMKS. .MllllV. Aim t Frrs't. S. it. 'I (' DKNNY. Cashier. J. 1.. (ill U in i hi ne .osr.t. Safety D. Deposit UK SOLICIT Boxes. YOL'U For Rent. Im'ch ii lieil i mi- - on i'..ii- '.a- - Ill'SINKSS. thu lliill.iu the luittlellelil In two iiinl in the n rrililo All -- ln.i eartli-Willi i niiil U. Denny. Ate J. II. Posey. J. K. Cochran. Smul Stormes. S. C. Denny. J 1.. (iill. I)r V. M. Klliott. Directors. miiike oos to her not lit-lit.iwr 111 enrliic for "iii'l"l ".ili.n- miller rile. Imt for ntiriiu th'e Kiiiti'iiu fioni , holora mh o the In iiiiiilii'.-- nf tlio Itnllmi nun An-tilShe has lieen i:ii.'ii ii' tne hi ltiM i'iiikh null; In the pres. nit war mil i' Itali.in triHip, ti..., the lleiil itii.l now K ono of the chief In l'ii tmx of the nriaiilniilidii in 1 h aiel ii Monitei'fulty enercell; uorkei. wli.i penult not Inn;; to luterfeiu with her unr iluln Tho Inn It. x II ri, no mw netlto ert-hIn Kill, wlioti lie went to Tri ll kiiIi li.ili.in triHip iiinl took (.hnre of the Itiil i'hh.s units then?. .ho wa-iiniie nf tho flint to carry ahl to the MUTi iir-- i of the Meinii illnniter nml Hllteil nlliioiK Iho lofUKllM Utltll all Iiinl I'li'ii prut Mill for. t The ilin lie- - in the iliittuhter of of Pari, heml of Iho l!nurhni ( irUiiiiH fninili. ulmn! hi retaiy sli.' Mio via ;i. a a (.III. marrleil in : I lor eliler n, the Duke 1!Ci Apulia t.a nulv wioiiteen years ol'l uheu th.' war nod was a Mil ili nt at a military lie enll-t- ol aa a prh.ito mlili.'r ami Won his nir Kirals -- iriM"i on tlio luiltlefleW. Her n- - ninl mii, tho Dllko of fc'poleto Is only llfteeii ami fieiiietitly accnui patnes hoi to tho front when fcho Kne tn Inspect liopltal-- . imiliil Dlarney Stones. Olio cupful siivrir, one half cupful Imt (or. ono cupful milk, one ami one li.ill cupful (lour, one cupful tlmppcd wnl mils, ono euplul cli"ipel rutins, one half cupful sour milk, two okx, one ijn. liter teaspiHUifuI clovin, olio tea spoonful iluuaiiioti, oueiiiiurter lea spoonful nuttiiog. one touspisjtifiil SOll.i and one lc.'isHioiiful lanilln. ( roam butter and sugar, r.dd eggs, milk nml ottiait, stir into ill') liigiidieuts nn i Drop by sKHinful on heat thnrouithly. to gnasod pan and luiko a delhati' The iiiiUI.i onh f r Mi J. I!. Ituhle who i Hitiiiiig tin niiitrr in Florida in in very poor health. Met liiil)Hii, is wain to join her in thi n uirii i heme in St IVtrrvltutt;. We an hope that Mrs. Ituhle tuny soon he inu.-lu ll' i, anil that neither of them i (h voureil lv a Klortila nlliiator. of ilia return tn H'nl our neiglilHiiliboil hefore we hate oven in Lou In look for the blue hiril, in the in.u ringe of our joong inenanil wotneti. am v litil to say that Mr ami Mrs Win. Nat Inr look real happy, ami if "John liiley " is tiiatrteil ho surpasses even' I'upi'i h.mself in Moves. mlormg glances'. 'I he fatmera of thi vicmit) are ail le.iiiicitit: over the hoarniK prices received for tolmcco and other farm crops If these prices hold good, wo may nam iiik to lltHl Kentucky's staples waving in the puhlic roads and even in tlielmck vanl'-- . wnl make a spetHliil Onion Mower garden wlien the perfumed liull-are wnrtli seven wnlari per tiurhel. We are more successful in getting any kind of epidemic snitteiid gen- eralli iiinnng our than wo are Our trustee in collecting poll lax. ifter Hi d it necessary to make trips to Lancaster In retr mil tin Sheriff that font )oiing men have not pun I tills! toll tux. hut wo never have to remit d the heeilH of faimlK s that there is a of any contagious disease in our nnil-t- . 'Ihiit leiicli.'S them before it is show-signs nJ III t u , ....... D sVfCTiO rrunn can be olilaintl in tahlet fom, You can carry it wHh you nnd taltc it tematically and regularly for a rtmct!y. or aa needed for ft preventive. Get abostoday. The PerurtA Company, Columbui, Ohio Pricr ti CI, Reduced Excursion Fares to WASHINGTON ac nunt the Inauguration Round Trip Junction City SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM Tn kets on -- all March 1. 2, 3. and 4. Good returning to reach .tarting point March 10. Privilege of extenion to April 10 by deposit of ticket m Washington and payment of fee of $1.00. 3 C DC THE DC KINGDOM HEALTH DC Or V- Health, Strength, within your grasp. 50 per cent of our citizens are only half alive. How about Are you yourself? suffering from any itality ijform of diseases? If so, stop and inves- thoroughly developed. Our school t now approaching the clo of iU fourth year. The teachers say that tills is to be the best program in the history of the sehiHil. Wo are now thoroughly convinced tlmt the wagons are essential part of our school. There is no more gratifying sightsthatitosee them all loaded with happy laughtrg hoys iml gills. The farmers are so pros- I 'i lulls novt that they ate willing for their boys and girl tu bate something a little lietter than their grandparents hud. rare opportunity to visit and become acquainted with your nation's capital. A For tickets and full particulars regarding train service apply to C. U. llarberton, Tickel Ajent, Junction City. H. C. King, Passenger & Ticket Agent IIS Eftit Main Street, Lexington, Ky. ma "im jut simen KMiHMMK I'' 3. eBI0i.,GM.vo5''.o..0:;.eo':'0 Pie. K :C V.ll.l.lnN.JPres T. .1. ( I IITIS, ice F. DKATHintAOi:. 1 tigate the Wonderful Cures being made by the great COM-CELSArill: l.ltr E IMlOT VI .3 Ma Qison i n. rU rrr hl arehouse Telei hone 371. Marion Coy, AND III Iill Ml. liU INI. COMPANY'. ?5' Bright and Happy Childhood Health Through The Use of Dear Sim I I i Restored to Nenrll I.-- . .VjA ' D. pot. CAPITAL T. .I. ( urti .. J M. linden, $40,000.00 Ud p. Million, K. COM-CEL-SA- . C. Million, DIUIX'TOHS Dr. C. II. Vuught. lui 1 ml m.ik. other in. n understand how wish I! bihI our llieiinno Infeel for tlir great In m ill COM (T.l.-SItotli nf ui h"V writ' dian . cii,'litH have been in in family. uciikli, putu, sn'il), trouliVd mill worm. I t ! . cough, ciitarili, r(inHtiiitli)ii, complaining of tcmhlo pnin in nil part m' ttii' liH'o IkhIio. inihi.esti.iii and their little slnmncli would ll. lit terribly. Wo Iinil tru'il every tiling ue could hoar uf; nothing illil ntiy good, Veil iMimut know tin-j"when wi' lii'K"" UMiin C(I.M.('i;i.-SAI!- . hIi'i'i, pnniH f frit wlii-i- i liiilli liny lifumi to Imvc rt'fii'-lnn- K Kluril, I iiil..'nt Kin ntu)iMl. Thfj lii'uitu In Hii). look rny I'lii'cki'il iinil Knini'il llili, uonnniUit liutlioniii; tlu'in, in fm't tlii'y w, ri' M.' ihllVri'iit Imyn ciltoctlit'r. My ui'i' him ilvntitl wumlt'r-- f n rviiiltK from tin ItouH ami IIimIh, In fiat wo arc IktIhiIiiIm now, u si Hi; nothing Imt Knot unit ILtIi ini'iliciin' in t lit- - luiiui. Youth Truly, (ii'n. M. (iuclilii. Itttmvt) "ill Vine St. Louisvllli-- , Ky. I Deatlicrage. To Tobacco Growers and those who sell it m Some Late Sales at the Madison House. (rower W. I.. Prnther N. I'rcwitt hrou ii Soldier Dluo to Replace Navy, Soldier liluo is seen Jut mm so often that it sivins pi nimble this softer, more becoming shade may In time whulh KHiK'tsislo tho dark luarlne tone. 1'urtl.t of iljo shortage, mrtly luv.iiis" nil) thing lemololy resemlillng mlllt.iii dress I iiliuost sine of suit'es., this color Is being lix'il n greet deal and a very pleasant change It makes, Or gnmlle IiIoiim's trimmed wllli lino while laiv col la is ami cults, silk iltesscs ami street suits me all to ho found of soldier blue. Graham Muffins. (iraham mullliis made with liakluv ponder Ono cupful grahaiii Hour, on.' cupful of Hour, otieipiarlcr cupful sug Uiklug imwdii ur, two ii one tcnspnoiirui salt, one upfiil mill; olio out ive'l la'iileu. one lalilesKnii fill tui'lioil butter. Sift together thor oiighl) tho Hour, sugar, baking Hidei i III griiilually nnd salt tho milk. eg. uiiilJnllier I l.i I. e In hot buttered gem ui us twenty Iho inliiulos. Spring Cloutot. .ml nlliiii inito a lo well i 'd r,.i' iwiMm repi-eut Plain eolureil linen a I while gioiiml limn. with fiiin i s r" h In n!iir aiceiiisl. For solid uliii's i o tn Mil "in lose, ollio. u r .11 'I gold ami i hiimp:igiio buhl the Ilutl-t- iff roiinds 2110 U180 Dollars 032.21 10511 181,118 Average 25.1)1 I.: Frank Foley Chronley Rots Carl I'rcwitt Allen Turner Arnold & Arnold I" Tin' liimmii iiiiiul run never fully riinilfy llio ilcptliH or heights of thf mighty (umiT of Niiturf. Through Mutuiu wi luivt our lii'ini;, NHlun-- iiroviili'N fi'til, air, water, Mintliine lor thu tlitf only ration-a- l, luiiiuti iici1 of lifu ami for ili.ieu,e, Naturw Biicciniful u i id radical euro tliruuph ItimtH ami I lei lis. It in not KIR'S work enipiriciiui, but U a provvii fuct, iii utte.iteil ly !. '0. !.0.-I.- , 2015 2015 1705 1155 2(130 707 18 21.13 21.05 21.01 2:1.83 120.(it 331.57 580 G7 121.00 AlexLayton ulin Mr (iUuMu anil lumilroil.i of nlliera wild liavo liocn cureil. Then, wliv will uii neglect the iliimco In euro jourself ttlien e.i-il- y liy the use of the (ioil given limits anil it can be iloiie llvrliM. NVililiorn iinil frieinl", then- - i.t nu longer room for ilnulit in tlie iniinl of any B.uie ieiion, nu iUeslion at to llio tremonilnUH liy our womlerful I'liejeiino power to overeonie iIiki mm' pnsi-eliiilinn Itoineilie.H mil Will Thin intention in put Ktlirer or will you lie liealeil? iliiettly to yuti reailer, anil it npplim not only to "U, I'Ut to thofu wlio are ileur to jou. It applioH to every meinlier i f the human race with uwful force, for jneaie tlio Kreatent enemv of man. klml anil Knots ami lletln ii the only nuccemiful uenpon J mi enii vecure. Semi for the great lunik, "The Cms liny ili itnilist" Miiilv It, learn thu ureal poi8hilitien helil out lo you, then act. Solil ut i. . Morris Warren Win. Ray l.unsford & Anderou 2030 3310 1010 780 712.80 101.01 370.38 23 00 22.38 20.71 20.58 20.83 20.81 Prices Still Good. We urge nil growers who hnvo tobacco left to market same as soon as possible. Remember the Mmlison House the leader in service, in prices, and pounds sold. ,0. j gj y 0. I w. 0 mm ISiNTOSACCO HOUSE lncori orated, W ME e COMPLY. STORMES DKUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto il7L"J-3- Jack-White-Mo- l Went liroadwuv. I.OUISVII.I.K, KY. Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky 0. 31 II 1 d 3C ! FARMER'S COLUMN i"ra i The Central Record, Thursday, March I, 1917. Nutmeg Test. KELLY TOBACCO SEED. When buying nutmeg choose mintll ones; they liavo it lietter flavor tlmu Ilaware of Imitntions. Other seed is lnrge nuts;. To lest n tititniee prick being sold under their names. The with n needle. If cood the oil will genuine improved "standing I'p" Hur Kprend muud the puncture. ley Tolmccs Seed raised by II. I.. Kelly I and Sons, can be procured only from, I I the Evil Always There. raiser and is not genuine unless put There H evil In every human heart, lutein packages bearing a facsimile of thlvli may remain Intent, perhaps, I their signature. Application is now through the whole of life: but elreiim-dunce- s pending In the I'. S. I'Hteiit Ollire for' limy iiroiio It to uctlvlty. : the registration of their signature as it Good Manners Corr Tint. To In' n gchtlomiiti lieK lint depend upon the tnllor or the toilet, (looil niiinn'Tt niunt for more than good tlothes. Illshop Donne. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - OF - ttcloif Ihll hettWKlt for Hit CIClU Eventually Got Wle. li for iito otonrlsrmersutscrlljers.snrl on men who lutve esihA rale of stock. nam nl such thine Then' lire-ft, the tsrrntr csuuol sfford to sler-lle- . caped vtnklng up eventually to what n farm No notice will i sccmteil otet lour wonderful woman they had nil I kiit b. ,1111 will t'tontjln 'wo Is.nrs ol the ilonc for n wife. ltiillluiore Sun. of eti si re tmsn, free ire ftv SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. (Successors to Hughes OK & Svwtielirimcl ) 've Bird Statistics. well broken, four years olil, lCJ to 1C The (lies of the United States debands high. of agriculture rontnln iimm partment limn 1 .m SUNN I nt nN concerning the ills- J. II. I.envell, Bryantsvllltf. Kv.. has itrllmtloit nud migration of North Aincr- K three year old mules for sale, from 15 him birds. to 15) hands high. J. V. Adams has live mules, for sale, Itawlhnrne. - 19 Strayed from my home Friday, Feb. ' Roundabout Conclusion. "It's an extended corridor that has 'Jill, a brown spotted shepherd dog. Uberal reward if returned to this of-li- no ultimate teruiluatlon." mtfccl the Dally Thought. iibsent-mlniltM- l professor, us he paor J. S. .Merchant, A wet rug goes safely by the Hre; tiently plodded nrounil the revolving I!. K. D. 2, Lancaster. nod If 11 man I blind he cannot ex-- 1 Monrwny. Jack ' Lnnteru. pect to be much Impressed by romiiii-- I i'OK KENT: -- A live room house, tic xeeuery. A part from thN many Supplied. Well lovable people miss each other In the with lights, water and bntlt. also good goes that big llnnnclal There world or meet under some unfavorable barn and garden. Possession given at nnd bow well lie looks, lie Is star. Stevenson. once. Kent reasonable. , .....I i.. i.. ,.. .i.ii.... m ...... uu.i veriiniiiy umuiuK i.t.. 11111. Arch 1). Stevens. ltaltlmore of other people's." 111 lot Awful Possibility. American. After n long drought there fell a torFOR RENT rent of rain, and a country gentleman observed to Sir John Hamilton: "This Inevitable Result Livery Stable or Garage The car turns turtle Just when the Is 11 most delightful mlii ; I hope It will gasoline Is Centrally loca- driver withfeeling certain that miles nn bringJ up everything out of the grouud." whisky makes ft) "Ity me, lrl" said Sir John. "I hoie mixed not; for I lane hurled three wives." to Hotel. hour as safe ns It Is delightful. ('onrfer-.lniirnal. Loudon Tit-lilt- To Keep Mlei Away. To keep mlic mvtij. one of the me time nnwt iind tit the plan It li- - plnee lumps of camphor In the cellar or cupboard they trade mark and all infringement)! will' be prosecuted. Seed picked front best selected pods, produced by champion Hurley tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past IB ears. Price $1. per ounce. Send all mail II. I,. KKM.Y SONS. K. K. 1), No. 1, Lancaster, Ky LANCASTER, . - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE EXPERIENCE AND UAINL) OP NOW" FIELO SEEDS. have u full line of hili-tirad- e fur in seeds such ns Clovers, Timothy, Orchards, nnd Bltipdruss, KedTop.etc Write fur samples and delivered prices. I EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. for 1917. ted next W.Bush Nelson, LEXINCiTON. KY. Mrs Rella Arnold Francis ': !S 1 Ik s Let's Us Good Folks Stick Together to HilvertNe. To the one who has property to -- ll farm landn. city properly, dwelling lota or liuiinen property, merchandise or any real eiitate pronmitiou, I solicit your liiMineaa, Mievlntf I can handle it to jour entire anti.f action. List wiur farm or other properly with me now. I now haw on hand a lone hut of parties who are Koini; to huy nuiiiething notiiewhcre and jour property may lie jum what I am looKinc for To the one who wants t.i invest, I .ihcit jour patronage as t know valuf 1 and know that when Jou cloe 11 deal through me mi will pet "alue received' for your money. I have on hand for sale at nil times l.ntKe N'umher of I'atms. Duellings Cltv not in theadvertisul list, as my list of property is constantly clianKinc, by sales, expirations renewal. Iisltni; new properties and som of my best properties are not inlvertised at the request of the iniirm. If you are 11 of (Jarratd t'otinty, write me ami I wi'l tell )ou all iiluut our County, its fertile soil, its pnsluct. market facilities, giaxl roads, schools and churches, of I.unca.ter and lis business, it people and its growth. The following in just a few of the properties 1 have on hand for sale now I'AIIMS. A farm of ITS acre- -, very fertile, frontage nn 2 pikes, i mile of City limits of l.anc.-ot.T- , well watered, dwelling and other out buildings, 10 acre tobarrn barn, Lis) ton concrete silo. Hurry, aomeone is sure to buy tins one A suburban home of 14 acres, nn ike 1 mile of (' limits, brick duelling, large barn ami other out buildings. A farm of lf0 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, 011 pike with about KM) acres of cliir ami grazing land thrown In. A f.irin of nl acres cm two pikes, can tie divided in seviral farms. N improvement but a number nf building sites, Kine location, t.aud lies well. A fertile farm of 1SI acres with splendid improvements, land lies well and is on pike. A small farm of '.'.1 acres, with room bouse, good orchard, well locates). 101 pike, close to school and churches, or lu acres with large barn adjoining cn ' be added, making 3." acres. Possession at once. A farm of li'i acres, close to town, large tobacco barn and line building ' site on pike for duelling. Afarm of '.H acres, partly rolling, line lanu, aplemlid improvriutnts rigHt ' on iike. A farm of acres, 4 miles from town, on pike, lard partly rolling, I splendid iniprovirnenta. A farm of 110 ncres of line land well improved, on pike arcersihle to mar ket of three county seats, land lies well, A small farm of IS acres, h mite from pike, with good impraf-merit- s. Our record for the putt ritiht Yer show 1m of more than l.l.fiOO acrei of land, hrslilri litre amount of town and city Ulopcrty nnd Blocks of amounting to more than $l,:inO,OUU.OJ and thia liuVmeaa wan don ta the entire aiilitfuction of inure than WW clirnti urn) ctiatoinera and they are mj references for "fair dealing." From my experience in the humnen know how, when, where and wltit 1 rrnrt CITY ritOI'KKTV. New inisiern duelling of 8 rooms, 2 halls, cellar, bath ruoms, mnd.ra improvements, furnacu heuted, electric lights, water worka, small modern bin and 4 acres of land. . A duelling of G rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. Another new modern dwelling of HI rooms with all modern ronvenienets. A number of other dwellings and building lots. For further par'iculars and prices inquire of SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. I'm mighty glad I was born a real Southerner. Just suppose I had been an Eskimo, or an Indian, or something with rings in my nose and ears! I am good and proud of my Southern birth. My mother is from Virginia and my father is from the Carolinas. I was born and raised down here among you all. Yes, sir I wish you could see my home it is so clean and bright and cheery and wholesomethe finest, whitest, healthiest tobacco factory in all the world. I am called SOVEREIGN King of Them All! But my middle name is Smoke, friend and all over the South my loyal friends are with me, because Lancaster, Kentucky. For Sale AT You Folks You of the South KNOW good blood! every one of you. Give me a chance see how I make Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! I want good. you all for my friends And don't forget Auction One car load Kfl of horses to be Kiwi sold at Lancaster, Ky., me; .1 don't like mc return me to your dealer and get your money back. I have aaid it. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping lus word, and I have given you mine, If you ! am guaranteed by H6.BUtU5 WW i 1313 V)U1$ 97 At W. B. Burton's Mule Barn. Some are broke to the saddle and some are work horses. These are not Ponies but horses fit for work. Don't miss the sale. Sale begins at 10 a. m. rain or shine. overeign Cigarette FOR THE GENTLEMAN Ol" THE ItAITTH ZING & EBLEN.