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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 8, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917030801_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 8, 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 YKAH. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 8. 1917. NUMBkR 40. g!FTIlEH GOOD 3e3G5n CHAPTER MEETING B. HARRIS TODD IT Nuniully's Candies. PLUMBING Installed on Sanitation lines is what you want and need. Save health or your family, It is a pleasure, cost no more than poor plumbing. Let us explain plans-wwill save you money. e Conn DC Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. tl Ell 11 -- The regular meeting of (,'hnpter No. Prorasted IW Southern Railroad Ml, will he the third Tuesday night, It is very gratifying to the friends of which is March 20th. Important work will be up at this meeting and every II. Harris Tjilil, up In tliesediggin's, tn member is urged to be there, Dont learn of his deserved promotion from district pasrengerngentnf the Southern forget. Itailwiiy to division passenger agent. They are ulso glad that his headquarta ers will still bo retained in Louisville A trial has been made in Austria to where he is so active in that city's civs being so popular decide in how short a space of time ic affairs ns well living trees enn Le converted Into news- with the "fair sex" of that thriving papers. At Kisenehal recently at 7:35 metroKilis. Our hats aie off to you, Mr. Todd in the morning three trees were cut down: at 9:3J the wood, having been and we are hoping that your recent stripped nf hark, cut up and converted prcmotion is only n stepping stone to into pulp, became paper and passed the presidency nt this popular" road. from the factory to the press, whence the first printed and folded copy was SALE OF WESTERN HORSES issued at 10 o'clock. So that in 115 minLast TntstUy, A Snctess. utes the trees had become newspapers. Although the heavy snow kept many BEAUTIFUL STORE from n distance from attending the sale of Western horses conducted by The store room of Davidson and King nrnl Kblen at the sale barns of has recently undergone some need Tuesday, a large local y it stands W.ll. llurton last ed improvements and crowd Whs present and from the bidas one of the prettiest stores in the ding manifested, it seemed that, they city, A new steel ceiling has been add- all wanted a horse. ed, the entire interior being decorated head The entire herd of twenty-thre- e with a handsome paper, modern elec- were sold ut prices ranging from $50 tric light fixtures and the woodwork to $125. or un average of about tlV a painted white, makes it an ideal moiii, head. These horses were mostly all where the wpular proprietors arc bet-- t broken, in good flesh, plenty of weight r prepared than ever before to rerve und weie just reudy for the plow. the hungry public. "SWINE"BROAD RELIABLE J he Ice Cream Parlor. reWkablTtest Solicits your business and will serve you promptly. Fresh Vegetable Fruits always on hnud. and ri Tom-liso- n Prompt delivery anywhere in the city. Meal Served Any Teleplone Hour W. MEETING President's O. KING, No 202. --1 Proprietor. Si. JHE Jj g the remaikable growth of the Stanford Creamery, has the following to sav about our friend and townnnan, Hon. G. II. Swinebroad; "G. U. Swmebioud, of Garrard, was the best patron of the Stanford Creamery in the month of January. Thut is, He milks he sent more cream to it. agency for the 1917 Chevrolet cars, ten line Jerseys and during the month the utlng. Minister Zimner-mann- 's having recently received a cur load German mentioned sold JIM. 17 worth of cream. flunk admission that Germany shipment of this popular car. Henry Ford says tin government cun Iletides this, his family used milk and did seek to ally Japan nnd Mexico witli have his entire plant in event of war. butter unsparingly nnd live calves and again.t the United Stales, war Mr. Ilryan mllt yet go tu war In a her to 15 shoals got a liberal supply of milk." caiMed little surprise to American Kunl car. Wonders never cease. olliclals. Mr. Jurnes Turner, aged 77 years HEMP STATE "Come crow old nlong with me, the died at Ills home on Campbell street Kentucky theatres and picture shows lv?lt of life la yet til he," sings Brownlast Thursdsy night after a lingering Kentucky U PracUcally Oaly Place Tbal ing, and again, "What's a mun'a ace-- he have been requested by the Kentucky linens of several months. His wife Society of the Natonal Society nf ColSeed Can Be Crown. must hurry more that's all, cram died about three months ago nf pneu Star Spana day what youth took a year to onial Dames to have "The Into monia. Mr Turner is survived oy two gled Banner" or "America" played Kentucky practically has a monopoly hold." sons. John and Joe Turner of this ulace. daily, and audiences are urged tu stand. seed business. Prof. K. J. and one daughter, Mrs. Joe" Pope, who of the hemp While cutting firewood nil W. M. Kinney, of the Experiment Station, Newspaper rerons sent broadcast lives on the Richmond pike. About Koust's farm near Ilentnn Monday Will hemp oxpert, told the members 111 country from Washington tell twenty jeais ago Mr. Turner came to and a Buatridge felled a tree out of which he over Board of Commerce at the weekare a hundred thousand this couutv from Hell cjuntv and was of the lllg Council lunchen. got a possum, a pfuirrel, a rabbit and us that there governments in the considered quite wealthy. Interment ly Members' of foreign made by the growers even gallons nf honey, to ay nothing spies took ploce in Lancaster Cemetry last money hus been United States, and that these people about the three or four cord of lire. of hemp in the last few years, I'rof. are daily collecting information of our Friday afternoon. . Kinney said. Several years ago, he It is far better to be born lucky defensive measures and forwarding declared, the farmers looked upon hemp than rich. that information to their home governUNUSUAL SEASON as their most profitable product, but and ments, Krnnris '.. Illair. This has been an unusual winter in after the Civil War, Indian jute and (inters were cuttingout paper hit three heniquen from Yucatan, be'resident Wilson took the oath which many sections of the country. In the sisal, or dolls in their home at Columbus, O., competitor of hemp and gradmade him President of the Uuited Stat- west, particularly Kansas and Missouri, came a Monday. When through the boy climbwhere, ordinarily, there is plenty ut ually reduced the demand for the Ken ed Uion chair to hang the acisaoraup. es for another term Sunday privately However, he said, the In the capitol, and took snow and rainfall, it is sj.dry that the tucky product. lie fell. The scisiors struck hit neck, in his oflice roads are dusty und such crops as wheat European war and other causes had r inaugural severed his jugular vein, and he died another at the open-aiits own, at u good Monday. Thousands of visitors oats and rye are suffering therefrom. put hemp back into within a few Miinuten. Kentucky and Illinois, on the other price, which, it is anticiisted, will last vim in Washington for the ceremonies hand, have had the reverse experience, for an indefinite peiiod. Even with Onu (Kitato is now accepted in place which were made the occasion of a moie rain and snow having fallen in hemp seed costing $20 a bushel and if ten cents cash for lulinission to ramie great patriotic demnntrutloi. thesj sections than in many u day. The land renting at S'iO an acre, growers moving pictuie f.how in Toledo, (). At New England State have experienced are making good money. One Lincoln one theatre nmru thmi ten dollars worth ESTIMABLE WOMAN ILL. the usual amount uf cold, but in an in- county farmer, he suid, had made $120. potato.) were received Monday of tensified form, the thermometer, in an acre gross. Northwestern farmers nifcht. futalova were retailing there at Her relatives ur.d numerous friends grow the hemp but cannot produce cents a pound, costing about thv same wcro shocked lust Thursday evening some sections, going lower than was can the seed. It is estimated thut next as graiefruit and oranges. when they heard that Mrs. Jane Kobii.-so- n ever known. year there will be a market for at least had been taken suddenly ill. Since 100,000 bushels of the seed at anywhere An inventive genius out West has evthen she has shown only alight improve- VALUABLE BUILDING SOLD. from $10 to $15 u bushel. Kentucky idently thought thut b how needed a ment und owing to her uge und westeheadlight on n dark road as much us an rned condition, her lecoveiy is causing Thin Thu Thomas Ileal Astute Agency, cun grow most of this seed, he mill, und u fine opportunity is offered the automobile, did, At any rate W. grave apprehension. Iter daughter. a sale of one of the must desirable Coningtnu, nf Paris, Ark., ha patented Mm; Joe I'axlon, of Stanford and Mr. mercantile buildings in Lancaster wna Kentucky furmers. an electric headlight which can he and Mrs. Fleece Robinson of Mncon, negotiated when they disposed for G. BANlTor SENATORS fnstencd to the upper portion of thu Gu., tugether with other relutives and C. Walker, County Attorney, the n SMALL and furni.h a path of bright u competent nurse, ure at her bedside. bridle building, to J. F. Iloltzclaw. The Tie President's Hands And Imperil light abend nf the animal. The butterconsideration Is u handsome, sum, but Good Cultivated Hemp Seed considering the structure und location Extra ies that Hupply the light nrv cnnled in Nation the vehicle or in the saddle of the rider. for sale. Hudson, Hughes St Kurnau. und the amount of revenue accruing Twelve Senators, led by Senator from such property, it Is justified. and encnurugtd by Senator It is understood that the purchaser, F. Iloltzclaw uf the linn of J. F. Stone, Democratic chairman of the J. Iloltzclaw and Son, "Home Outfitter" 1'oreigu Relations Committee, in u filwhose increasing business hus long ibuster denounced by 1'resident Wilson's BACON Mince outgrown the.r present quarters, siwkcsimm us the most reprehensible in contemplate moving to this popular the history of any civilized nution, defiktui'd when satisfactory arrangements ed thu will of an overwhelming majority in Congress up to the last minute Suncan b. procured. day und denied to the 1'resident a law authorizing him to urm American mer1'i Unices a pursuit up for the work of the liny. Nothing cite MORGAN. chant ships to meet the German submais so satisfying". uotlilii,l clfc supplies nn equal onto tint of Mi. G. A. Morgan, "aged 59 years, rine menace. 'IV fix the responsibility energy to ' do things" Senadied nt her homo on tho Full Lick pike, before the country, seventy-siPROVIDING the Bacon Is mild, ut 1.0:30 Saturday night Murch 3rd, tors, thirty Kcpublk'HU8 und forty-si- x after u continued illnesa from caturrh Democrats, signed a manifesto proj vy sweet and nicely streaked with of thu bead and throut for mote than a claiming io thu world that they favored fcj) & H'ur. Mis. Morgan was born Sept. passage of the measure. fat and lean. President Wilson that night informed Now yon might think it was an easy matter to tint 5 10th 1857 in the statu uf North Curo-lin- thu eountry, in a statement, thut hu is Shu becumu u member of the 2 such Uacon UUT IT ISNT. Most Hncons are too salty, or llaptist church the age of ubout 10 without power tu arm merchant ships to fat or too lenu, or too something or other. If you pre- K years und fromut that dutu until her nnd take other steps to meet the Gerubjeuce fer somctliing J tt riglit we can give it to you. death lived u most devoted christiun man submarine menace, in the und that hu Our Hacou cim he served to children as well ns grown- life. For the past twelve years she of authority from Congress when lie Z hus been onu uf the iflost faithful mem- was mistakenfie could said in his recent tips. It can bs enjoyed by ttw ollice worker as well us the act only under bers of thi Good Hope liuptist church. address that laborer. Try an order. uutdoor authority. An exThe funeral services were conducted ut broad constitutional session of Congress, the President the home by Hey. A. C. llaird, after tra says, la required to clothe him with auwhich the Interment took place in the thority, but thrt it la useless to call onu Lancaster cemetery. Mrs. Morgan li while the Senate works under the preby her husband, G. A. Mor survived FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS. sent rules which permit a small minority gan, one daughter, Geo, and four tons, to keep an overwhelming majority from John, Mack, Sam and Gilbert. acting. Wheat middling, rjc middlings, bran, ilairv ireil. Iliiilnan, nugne .v rurnau. Circuit Court begins here Monday, la not Grrtnaii ' proponed alliance Our 21st anon- - which covered the wllli Julian arid Mexico to make war ground the first of the wk wan one jon U. S. the expected "Ihert Act". il mc iieepcti 01 me seawi.. Our high grade flour li the cheapest Money Plo. up your oack yard urn plant a and best food you can buy. garden which "III look better than bsck if not satisfied. llud.on, Hughes & Kamau. nrnh nnd also riiluci1 the high cot of The advertisement of It. M. Arnold in this issue of the Records contains some interesting facts and we desire to call the attention of our readers tu it. Mr. Arnold is an old Gsrrard county boy and his friends here are proud of the success he hus made with the now famous A mold buggies, lie has recently opened up a garage in connection with his large buggy business and has CREAM SELLER". The Interior Journal in speaking of . MASS Called To Endorse W. C. T. U. Stand. The Union will meet at 2;30 Saturday. The topic is "Circulating Libraries". Mrs. KaulTinan will have charge of the turner" A suggestion from one of our citizens meeting. and we tliinl: a very timely one, is that The pipes burst in the kitchen. a muss meeting be called for next SatThe water froze in the sink. 2 P. M. to pass urday afternoon ut And Betsy is writing her Budget suitable resolutions endorsing the stand With frozen fountain pen ink. of President Wilson on his position of The gas pipe burst at tHe office, armed neutrality and to further endorse The lights went out at home. our Senutors und Congressmen who And Betsy is writing her Budget stood by him so faithfully. Under u yellow candle's dome. This meeting is therefore called in If you would read my Budget accordance with the following which You'll have to squint and strain: came to this office yesterday; wo-m)- ft long. 20 posts, 10 in. diameter at small end, 9 feet long, 20 posts, 8 in. diameter at small end, 9 feet long. Xll posts roust be tound. if not alWheat. Millet, and crushed Oyster ready cut must be cat at once, befors sap rises. Notify this office at once, shell for the chickens. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. stating price. 10 "Editor Central Record; 'I would suggest the propriety of a call through vour paper upon the citizens of Garrard county, to meet in mass meeting, at the Court House, Saturday, March 10th. at 2 P. M. to pas a suitable resolutions, sustaining the President in his armed neutrality position and to endorse our Senators and Congressmen in voting to sustain him and a condemnation of those Senators and Congressmen who have placed the nation in a cowardly and contemptRespt, ible position." Citizen." Betsy's fingers are frozen And there's icicles on her brain. P. S. This happened in March too. WANTED AT ONCE. Locust posts of the following sions; 5 12 posts. 12 in diameter at small end, to G ft long; 10 posts. 12 in. diameter at small end, dimen- cere-mni'i- sssVVm. o E Wo 1 n 3 r IK. a I Cg sW 1a c g Eft 2 o r S QTQ a K -- i -- K. r s f. oW D x OH H Hut-su- ot . o n 93. hi. ra ro O r; oo. no a 03 $ on. 13 0) S2 $ 1 ANOTHER BREAKFAST g TALK I CO lfj il 0 W O C w '"d sr w- - 33 rp o CO gw CO 03 51 n CO a Cu "O H n r s. 55 M n O IS! CD (S " ci I 2. Ow rz. 3 o H O '5 i o 2.w nW 3 jyi P r - aa as.": rf I a ! n o z Theo Currey. 8 f o a n n B o 9- - W H in The Central Record, Thursday, 3C Mf ch 8. 1917. THE NEWSEED An Open 1Z 31 THE KINGDOM OF HEALTH Health, Strength, Vi- tality within grasp. 50 per cent of our citizens are only half alive. How about yourself? Are you suffering from any form of diseases? If so, stop and inves tigate the Wonderful Cures being made by 'the great COM-CELSA- E THE GREAT HOOT AND HEKlt MEDICINE. your dollars worth of airplanes. Our banka are prepared immediately to absorb n $600,000,000 government Lancaster TtJlimwy Ream Umiutto. note issue. We have more than 22,000,000 dairy Time is the best test of truth. Here cows, 40,000,000 head of cattle, 48.0O0,-00- 0 sheep, fi7,(KXI,000 swinp and 26.000,- is a Lancaster story that has stood the test of time. It Is a story with n point 000 horses and muler. These arc actual facts and they show which will come straight home tu many that we arc excellently equipld to of us, Mrs, J. W. Tumphrey, Danville Tike. meet the ilcmandaof war, commercially Lancaster, sas: "1 suffered with my phyirallv and financially. back and could not sleep well at night J Hut at the same time, wo don't want on account of the terrible aching. My wnrj we don't wnnt to call Into use nil back was so painful nnd weak that I these vast rennuice. unless It cannot could not get up or tin any housework bo avoided. Hut, when Congress and at all. I was told of Dunn's Kidney Tills the ('resident say the word, we'll know and got n box. They gnve tne great re- that there Is no further escape nnd that we can bsar our part with the assurance lief from the first." nf practically unlimited resources and (Statement given March 20, VJOg) the patiiotism of a people who have STILL I'KAISES DOAN'S never yet been found wnntingwhen the On November 18, 1916, Mrs. I'uniph-re- call to arms was sounded. said: I still recommend Doun's Kidney l'ills, for they are the best I ever used. 1 hare had little kidney trouble in the past several years, but when I AFTER EIGHT YEARS LAW ind PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, 1 Utter Tt The Farmers Stedsnen el Kenlackr will Ct) y U Childhood Through The Use of Health Dear Sirs- :I wish 1 Bright and Happy Restored to COM-CEL-SA- used Doan'a Kidney Tills and I havej oeen relieved Knster-Milbur- n 60c, at all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Don't Cough UitU Weak u D coulJ make other men understand how grateful I feel for the great benefit nud jour Cheyenne Indian Remedies have been tn my family. Both of my boys were weakly, puny, sickly, troubled with worms, fever, cough, catarrh, constipation, complaining of terrible pains in all parts of the little bodies, indigestion and their little stomachs would Heat terribly. We had tried every thing we could hear of; nothing did any good, when we began using You cannot know the joy we felt when both boys began to have refreshing sleep, pains stopped, indigestion stopped. They began to play, look rny cheeked and gained flesh, worms quit bothering the in; in fact they were like different boys altogether. My wife has derived wonderful results from the Hoots and Herbs, in fact we are herbalists now, using nothing but Koot and Herb medicine in the home. Yours Truly, (Grocer) 733 Vine St. Louisville, Ky. Geo. M. Guelda. The human mind can never fully ramify the depths or heights of the mighty power of Nature. Through Nature we have our OUR Much WAR RESORCES talk has been imlulmnl In ilunt It roieysnoneyana lar IT" I t FT being. Nature provides feed, clothing, air, water, sunshine tor the maintence of life and for disease. Nature supplies the only rational, successful and radical cure through Hoots and Herbs. It is not guess work empiricism, but is a proven fact, us attested by Mr Guelda and hundreds of others who have been cured. Then, why will vou neglect the chance to cure yourself when it can be done so easily by the use of the God given Hoots ar.d Herbs. Neighbors and friends, there is no longer room for doubt in the mind of any sane person, no question as to the tremendous power to overcome disease posses by our wonderful Cheyenne Indian Remedies and Will vou suffer or will you be healed? This question is put directly to you reader, and it applies not only to you, but to those who are dear to you. It applies to every member of the human race with awful force, for disease is the greatest enemy of mankind and Roots and Herbs is the only successful weapon you can secure. Send for the great book, "The Cowboy Herbalist" study jt, learn the great possibilities held out to you, then act. Sold at the preparedness of the United States for engaging in a war with a foreign power. Hy this nrenaredness. wo do not refer to strictlv military preparedness, actual army and navy strength, but to the resources of the enunlrv. which will figure largely in our carrying on a war. Commercially spcnking, we are better prepared for war than anv other nation on earth. To summarize the items of our nn. paredness. they may be listerias follows: We have 113.000.000 people. Our stock of uohi is as larr.. th combined gold reserve of France, Hus-si- a and the United Kingdom. production is crruter Our than that of all the rest of the world Tig-Iro- n fiold ol an obalinate cough and (Ires quick relief. It puta a healing coaling on the Inflamed membranes that line (he throat and air piuari. Il itnpi ihe tickling, looeena and raliea phlegm caiilv. It ia just splendid lor bronchial and la grippe coughs, and light, wheety breathing. Mr. W. 8. Bailer, l.ioeaater, iTy., rrxiihttj almost eoDtlnuoutlr day ad 4bl. untlflbe loot Foley'a Money and Tar. Alter laaUf kaU a Dottie, per covin reian lo alow no. arvco oouiee eauiciy CWIC4 Mr CI Sold Everywhere. HELPS COUGHS QUICKLY Fotrt's HoNr.T and Tar takes rltht The new Kentucky iced law was enacted nearly n year ago and has been In effect since September 2.1. l'JIfi. Everybody concerned has had ample time tn comply with It, jet it seems there are people who are not familiar with it, and some who intend to defy its provisions. Ilriefty stated, it requires that all Held feed", such as' those nf clover and oats, must bear it label giving the percentage of purity nnd of germination, nnd that sealed packets of vegetable and flower seed shall bear the tlatu of filling anil the percentage of germination. Failure to label reeds projierly renders the seller liable to a fine of from $25 to $100 for each violation. The law was enacted for the prelection of Kentucky farmers ami seeds men nnd this open letter Is an appeal to them to uphold it by insisting that it be complied with. Do not receive seeds that are not labeled as the law require. Iluy only of people who comply with the law. Insist that field seeds be honestly labeled with the approximate percentage of purity and germination. ciU Insist that healed packets of bear the date of filling and the percentage of germination in large tpe. If vou find dodder, sour dock, or wild onion sieds among field seeds, semi samples fur testing to Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station at Isling done free. ton. It will Secure a copy of the law in Circular No. 6 ol the Department of Entomology and Ilotany, and rend it carefully. II. CAItMAN. 1 WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 14, IStf at 10 o'clock a. m , at my place three miles East of I lour lie, Ky., attack No 8, on Kentucky Hlver, sell t'l the liir.li. est bidder, the following property. One good 10 year old work mare--, in font; good seven year old black mare, good worker; good three year old mart mule; 1 good tlirre year old l.erje mule; yearling mnrn mule; 4 goni. heifer calves; I five vxr old milk cow. will be frrsh in April; 1 aeveii year e'd retl row, will be fresh in May; 1 four year old Jersey milk cow, tun ei ol I Jersey milk cow; 1 cow and calf, sow and eight pigs; 16 barrels of corn ami I stack of millet hay. Lot of funning Implements, genr. etc. Household ami kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. 1 1 1 1 ) W. II. MONTCOMKItY A. T. Scott. Auctioneer SPEAKING OF INSURANCE. There was nn old Heiibru named Math Who said, all Insurance is both;" Hut this foolish nlti jay Kicked the bucket one tlay With his mortgage unpaid by Cosh' Ar.d no he has gone honin above Ami the wife he piomis-- d to love (lave up her good home Ami proceeded to roam In search of her bread by Jove! fi Head of Division. Ills children, although they are mine, Already are making thing hum. They are all out of school llccause the old Icol Neglected his duty by (!um! STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 3C DC Dakoto 3720-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. combined. Our copper outnut is twice that nf the rest of the world, Our Navy ranks third amone th navies of the world, with 161 fighting ship and a tonnage of 1,007,000. Our merchant marine has a gross tonnage of 8,470,000. We have only 60.000 reirulnr ami 100,000 partially trained militia troops but we have 21,000,000 available men between eighteen and forty-fiv- e and 4,778,000 are eligible for service. We, can provide ordnance and equipment for our troops much more rapidly than they can be used. We will soon have S2.700.COO of guns and millions of mmcrTimc in Florida i u,ih Si uthern Redhvay Aiken, Augusta, Charletton, Columbia, Savannah, Sumrnerville and other kouilicrn resorts. Dininp Car Sirvtcc Winter Toutl' t, Variable Tour aul I lonieieeV-er- s F.icurtlon I'jrrs tim In effect- - Stopovers and other aperul fnturca. Full infoinutionind fuci from local SootUrn lt.ii.war cgent or write B.H.Todd.Ditrict Taia'r Asenl,SUrkattdf,LouiaeilU,Kr, car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving Jacksonville 11: SO p. in. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. in. The Southern Railway ii the direct line to Ashevillc, Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman 1 c Lee for the week-enMiss Emma Kinnard and Mrs. Lena Drown and eon of Richmond spent the week-enwith Mrs. Jim Lee. PAINT LICK Born to Mr. and Mrs. boy on the 27th. Willie Noe a MR. FARMER When you do a hard days work you expect a square meal, three times a day, and it .Is perfectly right that you should be well fed, and If you do not get this food, you do not feel able to do what Is expected of you, so It is with your team, they too must have, good feeding at regular intervals. We carry a good stock of ALFALFA Horse and Mule wr Messrs Loyd Lutes and Chester Long were visitors in Lancaster Saturday. TheW. C. T. U. held its monthly meeting with Mrs. Fred Hall on Satur-daTliat 6eal, with all It means to tho public might well bo put on every bottle that contains Mr. Harry Frarcis. Misfcs Margaret Francis and Janette Eldridge motored to Richmond Saturday. Mrs. Dolly Woods is visiting her grundparents Mr. and Mrs. John F. No other remedy ever offered the White in Nicholosville. American people has more friends Miss Lula McWhortercameSaturday after two generations of success: no to resume her duties as teacher at other remedy istr.orcgencrally used in the homes of the people: no other White Hall school house. lias been so entiiuilasucauy endorsAunt Mary Elmore, nn aged cole red ed by the thousands. woman who lived alone was found desd The rc.vm I. foun4 la real merit. For coughs, cold, cat. rib. whether local or at her home Monday morning. ructnlc, and general debility iGltatoingaoy oltho above FerusawlllbefoucdenYftive, Mm. Woods Walker returned Monday reliable and safe. For irregular appetite. Impaired digestion and aycttm It from a three weeks stay with relatives It as invaluable tool: in Eldorado and ML Cornel, III. Peruna may be obtained in Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Htdrick have tablet form for convenience. moved into the rooms at W. F. Turks TL Perun Cempaar, Colonbua, Ohio recently vacated by Mr. McLInn Misses Howard Margaret Iloozo und plena Poland of Uichmond Normal were guests of Mr. E. F. HtdrU-LOWELL from Suturday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Woods, Mcsdnm- Midi Georgia lilair is the uttritctlve J Ttm Logftlon, guest of her bister Mrs. Wbsh Hall. F. II . Smith and Robert Walker were in Lexington UUb Ida Hurto left Saturday to reWednesday to Bee "Intolerance". Mr. sume her school duties at sycamore. Woods also attended the Iniurunce Murphy who has been Convention Mrs. Edward which wus held at the ill for several weeks is improving slowly. l'hoenix. Mr. Harrison Fields ot Sandusky is visiting his brother, Mr. Hiram Fields. llesdamcs Edd and Johnie Drown were visitors of Mrs. It. L. Duncan Tuesday, a PERUNA feed, us'!., Corn and Oats Chop Feed '9 FIELD SEEDS. I Oats and Timothy ML'1 Hay and when you feed on these products, your team has the pep and getaway that you desire and will do all you want them to and be ready next day to do the same amount, or more work than the first day. For the milk cow, we have a good high grade dairy feed containing products best adapted to production of milk. Also pure wheat bran, and mixed reed, commonly known as ship-stufand cotton sec meal. A small quantity of this Is very good for the cow nnd makes more butter. For the hogs, brood sows and growing pigs, we have 60 per cent protein tankage, wheat middlings, wheat bran and rye middlings. These need not be recommended to you, just talk with any neighbor who has used these products as we directed and you will be convinced. We have sold them for two years, and our sales have constantly Increased, which Is evidence In Itself that they are what vou need. Our first sale to you will be repeated many times. 'I VH'SL 1 f . m tv O M ft f, c a 9 a 6 Mr. Jchn L. Drown returned home Monday after a stay of three weeks in Cincinnati. Mesdames llurte have Chas. Harvey and Win. been on the sick list for several days. Misa Abbie King was the guest of Mia Ethel Mae Davis from TueaJay e have a full line of farm seeds such as Clovers, Timothy, Orchards and Blue Gruss. Red Top.etc Write fur samples and delivered prices. hitfh-grad- Don't fuil.to cull nnd see us when in town, we like to have you and offer you every osaistnnce for better fanning. until Friday. Miss Vlrgfe Lee of Lancaster was with ber parent Mr. and Mr. M. G. W.Buth Nelson, LEXINGTON, KY. Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lrlck, The Central Record. Thursday, March 8, 1917. y- -- 1r Have You brought your Boys Tn this BOY'S Store laMvt U'h renlly n brnnil new Boys' Shop- THIS A QUAINT MAIDEN. IMM Girlish Model Fee High School Graduates. otice 'Ail Bids Wanted in ! i H CCtaTjli-t- - InnJcr, brighter, renter in stocks and greater in every other way. We fonnil the Wi need of more siiccinllzntion in these lines that wc might serve our ptitmns better ami in sooner did we find the new I than we found the means tn fulfill it. ..all mM ' iBKi '' " This Boys' Room is different in every way offering: Great New Stocks of Boys' Clothing. Great New Stocks of Boys' Hats. Great New Stocks of Shirts, Shoes, Neckwear and Other Furnishings. In fact everything n boy needs in the way of clothes, all ready and in one place-rea- dy wm tttttA Hids will be received by the fines! court of Garrard County AI'RIL 3rd, 1917 for repairing the following TURNPIKES INGARKARDCOUNTY KY, for the jear ending Dec. 16, 1917. Quarries will be furnished by the county on sections where the count v owns quarries, where none Is owned by the county, contractor must furnirh iime. baid metal shall be broken suf ficiently fine to pass through a two incb ring at its greatest diameter. Said metal shall be epread by contractor between November 1st and December 15lk. unless otherwise ordered by county road engineer having charge of work. The breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of county road engineer. Said turnpikes are laid off in sections t; as follows District No. 1. Sec tion No. 1. New Danville pike to Dix river with rods of rock. Section No. 2, Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork Church with rods of rock. Section No. 3. Sueur Creek nike witk rods of rock. Section No. 4. Buckeye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rods of rock. Section No. 5. Old Danville pike t Uiuce's bridge with rods of rock. Section No. G. Ciab Orchard pike to Gilberts Creek bridge with rods of rock. Section No. 7. from Gilberts creek bridge to Lincoln County line with-ro- ds of rock. Section No. 8. Stanford pike front Lancaster to Lincoln County line with roas ot rocK. Section No. 9. Richmond pike front . Lancaster to Hvattsville with rods of rock. Section No. 10. From Hvattsville to Fairview church with rods of rock. Section No. 11. Poor House pike from West Point school House to end of pike with rods of rock. District No. 2. Section No. 1. Lex ington pike from Fork church to Dix river and Urvantsville with rods of in CeXXeataBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi' .y,", thr way n hoy wants it. in the way his mother appreciates it, and in the way Dad welcomes it, for tttttammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmf' lit soon fees that full value for every dollar is the purpose of this store. Of Immediate Interest- Wash Suits In new Novelty Patterns vB New middy styles - styles right direct from New York. new belted styles, new Sailor Suits with long troiifcrs. Materials of linens, linen crnsli, pjplins, guluteas. kindergarten cloths, etc. Ages two and LaBBBBBBRtsstsa - to eight years. Hm' 4 FOR THE BIG BROTHER Special values in New Norfolk Suits. N;w looec belted coats, new pinch back coats, dozens of put terns A LA UOUK. X Jr w?--i $7.50 $8.50 $10 Navy pongee silk put up with a white gulmpo gives thl. Interesting frock for youth. Many ball buttons, red and gold beads and spirals of metal thread mako aa ornate trimming that girlhood carrier with such charm. ABOUT WINDOWS. House-cleanin- Gra I ves-6o- x Incorporat.. & 60 Mr. J. II. Itubte w. stricken with l'araljsia while attending to hia business on his farm last Tuesday February iMth. He la now confined in bat the home of hia son Victor. The family thinks that Mr. Kuble la Improving-- , and we hope to se him about again in a short time. e Two of our High School girls Miss llelle Frost and Miss Nettie Atkins contemplate entenng Kastern Kentucky State Normal in April. Wu hope that these young ladies may have success at they are the first of our atudenta to seek entrance in another school. We are glad to announce. Miss Lucy Jemiinga i improving in health, and that the hopes to be out in time to help with the music at the High School commencement rxerci.es. Miss Jennings has been confined in her home for almost a year, and it will be a great pleasure to see her out again. -d Ja-ni- Hew to Treat Them For Spring The Lexington, Ky. Boys Store -- Oils Soothe Skin Disease Oil of wtnttrimn. thymol, sljrertne etaer tad proper heallas lnre1lBt coitnxindr.1 proportion Inla lb 1. I. I. la ITMrrlptlm has now betoRM th universal favorite of ekln iuff.rrm in retinitis Un b that tieneirat.e disease. It In a mild I he port and flies Instant relief from all turnlnc and Itrhlnf. It allle and wa.hee oU lb gnawlnx dlsraiw rrrna and ll f lb Inflamed enothlnf oils quickly lirasxtata are (lad to reromrerr.il this aaathla(,cuollncllald. S.V. Mcandll.oo. Com to na and w. will tell joo. more at.iut Ibis remarkable remedy Your money Itark i. Ii. In unless the nrtt bottle relieve, too. Xoap keeps oar skia bcallhj, Aak about lu Mr. Ambrose Calico who has been confined to his room with pneumonia it able to be out again. Miatea lla Hill and Minnie l'earl Drown were thn guests of Mist Barbara Gulley, Sunday. fMrs. Rono East it very tick at this writing with mumps and her little girl with chicken pox. The many friendt of Mrs. Herbett Whittaker are glad to know that the it Cincinnati returned home Saturday, She hat accepted a itosition this season a trimmer with Mr. G. M. Lyons at Lancaster and left Monday to begin her new duties. X.BM I ' , I (ssssssssssSSB((SBSaBlaaB 8Ua RnKsty K. K. McRoberts. I,ancatter.'Ky. BUENAJVISTA Ur. K. U. Howling finds business good at Huena Viitu.hut complain that Sun- CARTERSVILLB. day is rather long. Little Klvin Green visited hit aunt We look for Huena Vista to liavu the Mrs. S. M Davis last week. KRYANTSVILLE biggest boom of her history in the Miss Kstella Davis visitei her fister Is to have a new atorc, a Mr. J. Hurvey Denne has been uuite 'I spnni;. She Mrs. Itobert Green Inst week. mill ami a garage. tick for several days. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Davis visited Mr. ). Miss Ethel Evans, a former resident Mrs. Elizabeth llurgest has been and Mrs. Sam Davis last Sunday. ) I of Huena Vista.hut wlio recently inovril visiting relatives in Lexington. Mrs. Susie Itentro who has becnveiy tn lliirgin Hidl the week t'liil with tho Wheat middling, rye middling!), bran, sick is tomo better at this writing. .t Jennings sister. ' dairy feed. Hudson, Hughes & Furnru. Mr. George Green sold a nice cow Wheat, Millet, anil crushed Oyster Mr. Granville lohnton of Ohio, has and call to Mr. Will Sadler for $70.00. slit-I-I (ur tho chicken. been viiiting Mr. U. II. Hulcomb and Ilu.Irion, Hughes & Farnau. Kxtra Good Cultivated Hemp Setd family. Mr. Woodson Scott, who was ti stu-ile- for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. ' Mrs. J, Hogan Dallard it in Louis Mrs. Mollie llotkiii of Livingston ii ville the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Marin our High School for tho first half of tho term, will now ciniill in tho visiting her sister Mrs. L. T. Allen tt it shal Cutrant. Nlcholiisville High School, ns his father week. Mr. N. P. Cobb told liU farm con. 1. ... .......... i..:..i. Mr. um! Mrs. Itobert Green visited taining & ucretf to Mr. Alfred Swcpo l.lfc", it. ,..Hk .11,1 IHUIVtl 1.. II-- .. I tl...1y... l. r..- wiiu ,'irs, w. I,r iminei ...I... muui lur lie her narentu Mr. and Mm. Jetf Davis for $175 an acre. Ml Murguict Robinson ix visiting during the. put three j earn is doing lastSunduv. ki.niu work in iUslern Kentucky Statu I Mr. and Mis. K, L. lVnnington visit-- I in Harrodjluirg this week, the guest of No-nSchool. She ii beliij; tleuted tiy ed her parents .Mr. and Mru. C. H. Koop Mti, Mary Spillmun. ' : lust saturJuv night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Campbell and t t 0 (illaoii D.ictnrK anil thinkit tint t (hit Mr. and Mrs, Martin Green visited I "enalnini; hor hniltli. daughter, Mis Evelyn, of Lmisville, (his mother Mrs. Kunnio Green last Sat- guests of Mr, and Mrt. weiu week-enTho ilortora i f both IlorKhi '""I llrilav nk'lit mill Silnil.'iv. J. C. Williams. HryantHvillo aro nil liu:y in tliia vicinity Mr. uud Mru. Frank Stewart of Crab-- : with thoao who bio alllicteil with Mr. W. T. Woolfolk and Mr. Churles iiieiialet, colds, nr!(io m.il other inula-ill- orchard visittd their on Mr. Alfred Dulin, of Lexington, were here on but wo look for better timea when Stewart last Saturday night and Sun- -' lust Saturday. Mr. Dulin it the day. president of the Dulin Oil Company of the iiicleiiient weather it over. that city. Wo understand that tnore aro a num. BUCKEYE Messrs J. C. Williams and Hogau brr of applicanta for our lHnh School Dallard spent Tuesday in Lexington 1'rlncipalahlp for tho year, and Miss Nettle Hay it very tick at this and attended the llanquet at the Phoewo Willi to ask tho llouul tu send um writing of pneumonia. nix given by the Mutual Ueneflt Life ih very beat that la available. We are Mr. Thump Davit told to Dr. J. S. Insurrnce Co. for a Kood school Drat, lait and all the Kdwardt u cow for $50. time. Mis Mayme Lee llallard wa in LexMr. H. W. Sanders bought from Mr. ington for a few days visit last week Mr. Win. Green who ha betn luffer-lu- g Long a cow for $S0. with Pneumonia for the paat week Robt. to Mitt Marguerite Woolfplk. While died Faturday. March 3rd., at 11 a. m. Mr. Smlllie Hill it suffering with there the attended the production of "Intolerance". Mr. Green wu one of the moitpleaaant grip and threatened with pneumonia. Id men that 1 have ever known, and Mita Mary Ellen Farley who ha been Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Sanderi were in I am sure that he will be greatly ml-e- d lilnt.n.nn.1 T.oa.l.u n spending leveral week In one of the Um by bli many friend. Millinery Houses In large Wholeial Whittaker. improving after an operation. Mitt Tattle Long and Mr. Heather Long were guetts lait week of Missis Sailie, Attreat Noel and brothers. Mr. Ottit llogir hae returned home from Richmond Normal and it confined to hit room with measles and pneumonia Our high grade flour is the cheapest Money and beat food you can buy. back if not satisfied. Hudson. Hughes & Faanau. Rev. I). t Sebastain will fill bit regular appointment here Saturday afternoon ut !i;S0 nnd Sunday' at 11 o'clock. ' "Just What I Want!" c .... I know its I'm getting pure, w holcsomc, nourishing, templing ami Usty. "ll'sall in Calumet's wonderful leavening and raiting poner in absolute pnrlly. Use Calumet for unlfoin result and iconomy." Receive.! lltcko.t Aw.rJi li'iv Cm I "Give me cake made nith Calumet I know what VCAtK EheTparul big can Balling Powdert do not Calumet does It's pure land far u parlor to tour milk and aod, ll.,l.l Section No. 2. Lexington pike from Bryantsville to Kentucky river bridge rods of rock. with Section No. 3. Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike with rods of rock. Section No. 4. Bryantsville andCane overnight. Run pike with rods of rock. Take single windows first for considSection No. 5. Buena Vista and your window la too broad Kentucky river nike with eration. If rods of chooto striped materials for the rock. and bang them in long lines Section No. 6. From C. K. Poindex- clear to the floor with no valance. In- ter's shop to 1. M. Dunn's gate with stead of stripes, any patterned materod of rock. rial with au up and down movement Polly's Bend nike Section No. 7. will answer the same purpose. Tbo with rod of rock. strijies are very good from the decoraSection No. 8. Tan Yard branch tor's viewpoint It tbo rest of tho room pike from Bryantsville to end of pike I kept under consideration. with rods of rock. If your window Is too high use District No. 3. Section No. 1. Bucs- patterns and deep valances. Follow the architectural lines of your win- eye pike from McCreary to Buckeve Post Office with reds of rock. dow In tho banging of curtains when Section No. 2. Buckeye pike front ever possible; sometimes, too, the curtain may be held back with a strap Buckeye Post Office to Kentucky river rods ot rock. with without offending good taste. Where windows aro grouped in buy Section No. 3. Poor Ridge pike from or casement effect It is better to trial Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school tbcm as n wbolo instead of so mauy house with rods of rock. A valance running acroyo windows. Section No. 4. Poor Ridge pike from the series will usually servo to unite Pleaiant Hill school house to Kentucky tbcm sutllciputly, and unless tbo wood- river with rods of rock. work between tbo windows Is unduly Section No. S. Klrksville pike from conspicuous tbo drapes nt the extreme Hvattsville to toD of West Hill with ends aro enough. It tbo windows arc rod of rock. broad and tho room low n curtain Section No. 6. From top of West each window will give a better Hill to Madison County line with rods effect. Remember that u valance always of rock. Section No. 7. Teatersvllle and makes the windows and room look lower. It cuts off light where no Bradshaw Mill pike from Teatersville fhado Is used, and shades nro not used to Paint Lick creek with rods of rock. nearly to much us formerly, draw curSection No. 8. From Kirkaville pike rods of rock. tains belug provided ill most cases In- to Nina with stead. Rods without ornamentation District No. 4. Section No. 1. Fair- nro lu best tatte. view church to Paint Lick station with Consider the view from your winrods of rock. banging curtains. If you dows when Section No. 2. From double have a lovely sweep of landscapo from on Richmond pike to Cartersville with your windows do not curtain It off unrods of gravel. less prhncy Is necessary. Glass curSection No. 3. Full Lick pike from tains should tw added for privacy, Crub Orchard pike to Elmore's gate closely enough woven to exclude u with rods of rock. view of tho bouso from outside, but Section No. 4. From Elmore's gate thin enough to admit light. rods of rock. Largo windows need larger, bolder to end of pike with Section No. 5. Lowell uud Gilliipie patterns for lotu overdrapes and glass rods of rock. curtains, whlln smaller windows should pike with Section No. C. Paint Lick nnd White bo trcnted to lighter, dalutlcr thlngi. Lick pike with - rods of gravel. Point I.euvell and Section No. 7. To Bake Potatoes. rods of rock or In thesn ilnjs of high prices wo must Gooch pike with uso potatoes with tho skins on It we gruvel. Walker Lane pike Section No. 8. want to get tbo maximum amount of with - rods gravel. nourishment from them. The bids will be on sections but bid litre Is u new way to bako them: Wash us ninny us aro required for the der will not be restricted toonesection. meat and remove a slice from tho end Suid bids shall be sealed and a bond while dump, wrap them tn oiled puer will be required for double the amount of the bid and said bond shall be apand tie. l'laco lu moderate oveu and bako for proved 'by the fiscal court, and said au hour. Do not open uutll ready to b'dder will preset.t with his bid the serve. They will bavo uo hard crust name of his proposed surety or sureties. to throw away and tho skin will be The bidding shall be per rod of 225 fouud tender enough to eat. cubic feet and contractor will be re quired to comply with this contract Smocksd Evening Wraps. otherwise hi bond will be declared for Evening wraps which are really feited. All bid mutt be tiled with the warm and entirely envelop the figure County Judge on or before March Stat are made of velvet and satin. In verita1917. The fitcal court reserves the ble- turquoise blue, tltvlc green, peacock blue and Vatican purple. One of right to reject any and all bids. W. A. DOTY. the best model I smocked with sell colored tllk thread. County Road Engineer. over-drap- Has It ever occurred to you that windows arc as Importaiit a furnishing feature as any plcco of furnlturo In a room? A window can bo an asset or a disfigurement, according to tbo way it la treated. No window is to bad that It cannot be made nttracthe it a little time anil forethought uro tpent upon It One can't Just slap up curtains In a Lurry and expect miracles to happen rock. r hor!-loiit- - nl-i- o toll-gat- 4 The Central Record, Thursday, March 8, 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED IS3UKD WEKKLV. "TIME TO Says Wallerson, FIGHT" Should Cal NATURE. THE GREAT DOCTOR IN $1.00 President A YEAK. CHIEF rrr 31 has hef way of getting rid of such ills New Congress and Appeal To People J. K. ROBINSON. Editor. eases as Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble, Liver Disorders and Wood Troubles. R. L KLKIN. Local Editor nml Mflr. Replying to a request sent by the All that lit claimed for ARI.O is this at tho l'o.t oftlrc In I mien. If r. ICy., New York World, nskingfnrhisnplnion to assist "Ntture" In her work. ntrr1 Pecon.l dun Mall Matter. of the nefent of the ship defense bill AKLO Hon. Henry WatterMii) sent the follow Member Kentucky Press Association Ing t digram: Is a System Cleanser and "In the alucnce of full knowledge of This Wonder Medicine will strengthen Eighth District Publishers League. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiisrv4iiiiiiiiiiiiiiB the rircunistai ces attending the dafent your entire system and tone up your of the ship defense bill, nnd even By cleansing the system, it will Lancaster, Ky., March 8, 1917 meager report of the closing debate I body. assist Nature in getting rid of the Uric I am loath to speak the Senate. excel Acid (the lrime cause ft Khetiniiitisni) In general term?. It nppcnr that til Rates For Political Announcements also the stagnated blood. treasonable movement led by Mr. Itrynn For Precinct nnd Citv UllUes ...$ COO tlm AKLO will bring yntt buck l is. at least provisionally, ruccesaful "or County Ollices 10.00 natural tone nnd activity and hel Its success puts the country ntn signal State and District Offices.... 16.00 tor Nature all around. 10 For Calls, per line Moiling around never gets you any Ic American to hang his head in shame. 10 For Cards, per line If you need where except a sick bed. For all publications in the Internnr.v to "anr eternity of a tonic to help Nature get back to her HARVE MTOERTS rlli I" execratirn. est of Individuals or expresself again take AKLO. I ine t resident nns nothing ipii mm sion of individual views, per Make up your mind to keep moving except to summon the new Congre line 10 MASTER OF STANFORD. and you will lie surprised to find how land nppeal, in the name of God and 05 Obituaries, per line soon you will feel better after taking their manhood, to the people. He ha The appointment Hi postmaster of used the soft pedal too long; thus he your first few doses ol AKLO. We are authorized to announce the Stanford of Mr. II. J. McRoberts.glveK ARI.O it sohl exclusively in I.ancas has unwittingly tempted public opinion following candidates, subject to the universal satisfaction in Stanford and ter by Stormes Drug Store. to drift away from him. but he can vail action of the Democratic Primary, gratification to his him of friends in it back. It will rally with enthusiasm August 1917. Lancaster where he is as well and to a brave, unqualified stand and re known us in his home town. In spond in thunder tones to a voice at County School Superintendent. V0U LI, UND II IN 11112s tULMN. speaking of his upiwintimiit the Inter once resonant am) resolute. MISS JENNIE HIGG1NS. ior Journal hat lb.' fallowing complimere is n time to preach sml a mentary things to ru In regard to it. time to prny. There is also a tim- - to County Court Clerk. 'Mr. McRubertt is on- - of Slxiiford's fight, and that time is upon us. Heavy Northern White Seed Oots for He J. o. HOG IE, very best citizens,. is known by jlinoit who dallies is something worse than sale. IIiuIm ii, Hughes & Farnau. JEPTHA ONSTOTT. every limn, woniin nnd child In the dastard He is a traitor und n villain. W. A. DOTY. no. 1 good gentle FOR HALE-- A county and U liked by them nil. For From this onward let there be but J. BRUCE LAWSON. nearly 40 jears he has lieen selling single aligmrent and issue. The honor puny and cart. Will sell cheap. Joe Cable Ramsey goods here, having begun "way back" of the nation and the sanctity of the Assessor. in the early eighties ay clerk for the llBg; the Reparation of the sheep For Sale or Rent: My two slnry from hrm of Bruce, Warren & Co. Coming the goats; the determination of who house on Richmond street. E. B. RAV. from the Rush Branch section of the tfre for us and who S. Haseklen. are against us. county. "Harvey" was a green counManistrate District No. 1. "The Kaiser hosts of t)e Hohcnzoll- FOR SALK-B- 00 bushels, nice, clean try boy. It was his desire to become u erns, associating J. H. CLARK. the assassin right J. T. Anderson. aianiuru merchant, but It lock money divine of kings, are at our very door. OrchardJGrass. Route 2, Lancaster Ky. to buy a store, so he applied ft r and The glorious right County Attorney. divine of the people received a position as salesman. He is invaueti anil assailed Ukii Its own HEMP SEED: 1 hse HI bushels of GREEN CLAY WALKER. madp good from the start. He was at threshold. Though 'russinnism and hemp seed for sale. Slortd in lings. the store early in the morning and late Bryunism triumph for a moment, I,valie Rradshaw they II 1 .It. Sheriff. at night. While other clerk were must be and will be crushed as in the A. K. WALKER. hanging about the front door talking war of the Revolution the red-coaFOR SALE: Three registered Ky.. and smoking. Mr. McRoberts was lni and the Tories were crushed. Now not Ited Berkshire shoals, weight about Ml State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. proving lus time and making money less than then does the Republic hang pountls each. One gill ar.d two Ivuars. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. II 1 21. for his employers. He was making the in the balance. Miss Jenny Iliggins, JAY W. HARLAN. stote more attractive an J studying "HENRY WATTERSON We are standing otirjoung thioughmethods by which he could sell more J. U. MOUNT. bred Jersey Bull. "Billy" at $1.50. goods. Polite, courteous and full of t Ed. and N. il. I 'life. Representative. 3 13t. energy, buyers sought him to wait on FOR SALE AND RENT them and soon he had grown from the J. A. BEAZLEY. STRAYED: To my place about Feb. J. IIOGAN BALLARD. green country youth to the most popu mary 20th., a 200 pound red sow. Own Properly Listed In This Column. lar salesman in the big house. He er can have same by paving for this no County Judge. continued to clerk until he made money No. 5. Is h suburban tract of 1,'i.S tice and feed expense. enough to buy an interest in a store CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. 3 1 3U Phil Brown and since has been one of Stanford's acres situated on main pike with build ing site for dwelling right at the city bushel FOR SALE:-1- 00 of Culti We are authorized to announce the best and most progressive merchants. limits-ci- ty and ror years he owned and conducted most of this water in lights installed, vated Hemp seed. Price $15 for bushel, following candidates subject to the acgrass. This farm farm J. W. Budget te. tion of the Republican Primary, August, the store where he und J. Carroll Hail will produce the variety of crops usual Stanford Route 4., 1 miles on Goshen ey now do business. Bad health has 1917. to the best lands in this county. This pike. 2 3t. made him abstain from work to some For Assessor tract has one large splendidly construct extent however and he is now in an ed stock bam, one 8 acre newly con EUGENE UERKELE Atlanta sanitarium trying to recuperate, FARM LANDS. structed tobacco barrr. Farm well The Interior Journal has not been in fenced and watered. This tract has Bargains in Fayette and adjoining formed as to when he will take charge RENT Cottages on it. always rented, counties, rive per rent, r arm Loans. OUR COUNTY STATEMENT of the otlice, nor who will compose his produce a rental equal to the aver W. KING nnd SON, torce. His charming daughter. Miss that age Income on u J5000 investment. 12 14-- 3 mo. Jessamine and Mercer county citizens Lexington, Ky. 1Anne D. McRobeits. is now postmisPrice 120,700. $3,700 cash and balance Bre going after their Fiscal Courts for tress rnd is making a mighty good one. in equal failure to print its financial statement, payments due in 2, :t nnd t HI It Is hoped that she and the splendid years, HEMP SEED FOR SALE. which the law says must be printed liuy this tor a home ar.d live now Installed will be retained. every year. Garrard county seems to force convenient and accessible to the advan- To the farmers who are thinking of Mr. McRoberts will make nn extages of one of the best small cities sowing hemp this spiing, I will sell you I!) lie in the same category and numerous That cellent official, none who know him will anyivhere. people of the county have asked why seed as cheap nsjiossiblo ut.d buy your An excellent business man as such a statement lias never been pub- doubt. No. f. Is a tract of 70 acres; has all hemp utuny time ut thohighestmarket clever and accommodating a gentleman the improvements lished. We are not advised to state of tract No. 5 and is price. 2 pil. H.II.COX. as ever liveil us straight u string, he priced any reason why this has not been done. at $12,250 und is worth the monis one of those peoplo who grows on yetit has been suggested on numerous you and you like him better the more ey. Terms $1250 cash und balance in NOTICE TO CREDITORS. occasions to the powers that be. equal payments maturing in 2, II nnd 4 years. The statutory law, which we publish you are thrown with him." All persons having claims against the below, makes it a compelling obligation No. 3. Is one of the most attractive. state of Mrs. Salhe B. Welch, deceas of the Fiscal Court. It being not opsubstantial, and convenient tuburban ed, will present same properly proven, NEW STORE. 'A tional with the court as to whether homes in tho city a two story dwelling to the undersigned. The old firm of Tunur nnd Childcrs, of ten rooms, including halls nnd pan they deem it necessary or judicious, R. K. Snpe, Agt.. Ky, has now located here, tries, all requirements in out buildings, but is clearly stated by established law. of Emanuel We quote from section 181C of Ken- near the depot, In the Turner Brick. lights and water: has several acres They have a new line of Dry Goods and suitable for bjllding lots. FOR RENT tucky Statutes: We' will ft; Go to sea them, trade this handsome city dwelling und General Merchandise. "Publication Of Financial Condition Of Garatje TV Livery Stable they will mako the prices right and ap- acrage in on a good fnrin. If you wish County Penally." preciate your truds. to retire from the furm you should Centrally loca know about this one. "ltihall be the duty of the fiscal court to Hotel. of each county to cause to be published No. U. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 mil 4 ANNUALLY, in one newspaper pub- DANIEL BOONE CARVED INI- es from Lancaster, right on turnpike, Rella Arnold lished in said county, a statement showhas two dwellings and two good barns. ing the FINANCIAL CONDITION of TIALS; GOES TO CAPITAL. This farm will produce hemp and to FOR SALE. the county, which statement shall inbacco, ubout one half in grass, price A huge chip from one of the most $1C0 per acre. One extra good red milk cow, fresh clude a list of the claims and amounts n milk, three yearling short horn bulls, thereof allowed, against the countv historic trees of the State has just 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated during the preceding year, und to whom been brought to Lexington and is In in the city limits, large size lot, in good (short yearlings), one pair of three WM- inumpson. allowed, and the names of all persons CH"' locality. The dwelling is newly built, ear old mare mules, good (not broke). returnedby the sheriff on his return of ' 'rllB "lab wu" cut from B beech tree in splendid condition and attractive; all one palryoung horse mules, one two Letcher county and heura the initials the citv conveniences, tax warrants, and the umount due from water, lights. and one three (not broke), 400 bales of D. B. Pelphrey, each for the preceding year, with such of I,anMil Boone, with the duti-l"- gl. sidewalks. Tho owner leaving city and extra good hay. 4 miles out on Buckeye pike. other information as it may deem! The hoary relic will be mounted, put will tuke 52500. Phone 3 17-proper to have publUheJ." "The lis- - into u glass case and bent to Washing-ca- l No. 11. City Property-Dwelli- ng, 7 Address on display In rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond Kv. , T. Rice, court and each member thereof in iia '" bu any county (hut falls or refuses to lne Kentucky room of Continental Hull Richmond street, large lot und has all cause to be published the Information as t,1B Kft of t,le I!ra" Slatlvn Chap-lequir- conveniences including garage und barn. by this tection, und in the lef- - Uubters of the American Revo!- No. 12. five loom dwelling, modern. KELLY TOBACCO SEED. manner herein provided, shall be fined ulion good barn, large lot fronting on Lex Beware of Imitations. Other seed is l.fty dollars for each offense, to be re- -' ington St., cheap at $2500. Tho eovered by Indictment In the circuit! No. IX Building Lota-Un- der this being sold under their names. Bur-le- y CO AV1IST THIS SI'lllXO Become independent by tawnc up No. we o(Ter you attractive single and genuine improved "Standing Up" court." Tobacco Seed raised by II. L. Kelly acrlculturo In Minnesota, North Da- - double building lots, splendid location, kota, Montana, Idaho, Washington or over 300 deep, $150 to $900, capable and Sons, can be procured only from feet Oregon. Millions of acres of land In the raiser and is not genuine unless put CLOCK REPAIRING 'these states along the Northern Pa- - of water and light connections. of fill,. II atu.ltlpr. D.MI.m.nt lTnuat.nl No. 14 125 acre farm all in grass, 40 utln packages bearing u Mr. Ike Thompson is prepared to le- - opportunities. Application is now Healthful climate, acres need plowing for corn, tobacco or their signature. pair all kinds of clocks from the "old abundant crops, good markets, hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock pending in the U. S. Patent Office for transportation facilities, style down to the latest ce.,lent born, well watered and under new the registration of their signature as a I n. A young He can Rive jou a list of Khool, churches, etc. trade mark and ull infringements will try for nraoltloull people. Send for fence. be prosecuted. references that speak of his good work freo descriptive literature and lnfor-unt- il Ull This farm is situated in walking disSeed picked from best selected pods, you have tested for yourtelf. He motion regarding the particular sec-ca- n tance of school and courches. Let us produced by champion Hurley tobacco also repair vlctrolus und grrpha- - llon ,lult interests you. We will bo show you this one at $80. Call on or you ln 'ocall,nK J0"' growers of Kentucky for the past 25 phones, besides make ready your old SLai,' you address. community years. y discarded umbrellas for the Spring can foel at ltoina and can enjoy pros, Send all mail Price $1. per ounce. The Tbooas Real Estate Ageny. rains which are sure to come. He perlty. Write to J. C. Katon, General to . wants work and li competent to do it Agent, Northern Pacific By., 40 East D. A. Thomas, Mgr. U. L. KELLY & SUNS, th St., Cincinnati. 0. and will appreciate your patronage. Office Record Bldg. I ancaster, Ky. IC. P. D. No. 1, Lancaster. Ky M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. PHONES i I Ollicn Si. Residence Il'ii. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. IH 3GJI You not only 3EH1 (Jet reach destination, but you back, with as much ease and comfort, as if ridintflin aPullmnn Car. ECONOMY, DURABILITY COMFORT AND r r are used to moke up the word (. Also We DODGE CAR. You are up ln "CLASS H." when Motoring in these, "THE KING OF CARS." We will be glad to Demonstrate this car to you Arcade Oarage KINNAIKD Co, BROS., Manners. 1 I Collections Bills and Claimsof all classes are I our System everywhere. lected col- !!! (!) by I Vc innki! absolutely no charge uii!cMihe tnniifv isncttmlly pnid to nii or hp. il Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us Jet the money. it win (Hiy yuu in lim ing. hi; uiii piuii:iv'ii The Sanders Mercantile -- I ) ij Agency 1 CI -- 1J Coy S. Sa.iders. Manager, Olfice 1st tlnor Bradley Bldg. West tide Lexington St. Phone 'Jfjj or 117 Good Acres K or 1917. ted next Mrs Just what you are looking for. farm, five miles North of Lancaster, on pike; has dandy eight room dwelling, large new barn and all needed improvements. Fticcd right and terms reasonable. Francis 8 THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY I I I I 1 E!ES I KNIGHT STEARNS UNLIMITED POWER. GRACE, BALANCE and TIIKSK THHEK KOIt.M THE TH1NITV WHICH MAKES 1 STEARNS--KNIGH- T a masterpiece ainond. cars, ttic one car yon will desire the cur that you should own. Built by The F. D. Stearns Company, Cleveland. Sold by "?'" Edward C. Benckendorf, Wilmore, ky. If Interested Write or Phone. I i The Central Record, Thursday, Mar ch 8, 1917. Hudson entertained nt Mm. Hank an elegant reccplion on Tuesday nt her attractive new home, in Danville Among her I.anc4str friends whem lie no kindly remembered were: Mc- dames It. K. McKoberts, S F. Hughes, A Rritl Mention of the Comings tr.ii J. K. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, II C. Ooinjj Ly Those. Hi Art Intrtritcd In. nil bought before the recent ndvnticc. A few Iron nml Wood Benin Sutton, Kmma Kaiiii'man, Knbert F.lkin, Vulcan nml Syrnciis; Turning Plows nt nctlve prices. Will Cook, Will Burton, Fred Fiibie. James Kinnaird, Frank Markshtiry and and Mr. T. N. Aldridge of Stanford wan Malluble Stoves at Mlss Kate Kimmlrd. Lillian Kinnaiid, many frlit.ds. Fence hero recently Joan Mount, Snllie Klkiii.Tommie t'rar.- WnrrnM.d as good as tl... heM. A car loud of the old reliable American Mr. and Mr. Robert I.. Klkin were ois. Helen and Martha till!. - the best I'uM fence wade. Perfection nnd Hons Oil Stoves. A few Heating Stoves ut coM, Jolin Deere Wagon the best mode. in l.ouisville for a few days Inst week. Tho following from tlif Law ton, Oklnhnmn News gives nn acco'int of an Mrs 1.. N. Miller has relumed home interesting little birthday party of u parents In i fmm ii visit to girl, wlio is former little Liic-iste- r Judge F. P. Friibie and Mr. II. V. lovingly remembered by he' lilllo he Siiiili Deal House. Caktin Imve In en in Louisville on husi- - friend I here nt home and will wish for her many more happy birthday; "Virgirih Pearl Walker Celebrated Mr. Jim llourno of Lexington is lierc her eighth birthday Saturday afternoon Mr. nnd Mrs. for a visit to his by giving her littl friend a Goorgo S. J. Ilourne. & Washington party. The home was Mrs Chan. Dcnman of Nlchnlssvillc beautifully decorated with the atars haa hfen the guest of her eiiiter, Mm nnd stripes, also the let a and cake" for the money you ov c mid II. V. lla-tiwere carried out in the same effect. Various games were enjoyed, among note how much more resMiss Marv Ellen Farley, of Bryant ville. has charge of 0. M. Lyons' Mil- - j them being a Oeurge Washington conyour creditors re-n- nl pectfully st. Kadi little lady wns given a ileo, linery department. you. They like to do or.ited canl and pencil and questions Mr. William Farnau nnd son. Ken- weir asked concerning (leorge Washbusinuss with n mun who nedy, nio guest of Mr.nnd Mrs. ington and the first lljg- - the prize llii(l.in in l),tnville. hns nn nccoiint tit the being won by Miss llnttie Lee Cole. depurtid wishing Virginia All gu-f- tf Mr. Cyrus Dailej of Murkburv was Girrard Bank & Trust Go. Ihe guest of her sister. Mi-- s Amanda Pearl many more happy birthdays." Anderson, tail week. They know lie i doing business in a hiisirrss like way. He It it open Mich nn account even if jour tlfairn are noi large. 'M:ev Miss I'uir.clki Robinson is the present ilCRRING-YEAGER. will grow nil tight. night operator nrd her cervices are ! giving satisfaction. The marriage of Miss Nannie H. Ilright ller- Mrs. I., (i. Davidson has b. en II for Herring, daughter of Mr. j several lii'.i- -, biu no.v iinlUMVing l04ing, 10 Air. .lonn rarria leuer. sun h of Air. and Mrs. 0. F. Yenger of Hoyle, the di' ighl of lier f. ii t'd. ' was solemnized at the hurne of the Cox, who has been v'" bride on the new Danville Dike, ister- Miu Jennie Ciiu-'tniBtwo . iting In for the pait r.rnooii at 2:30 o'clock, the cere- months has returned home. ,,: 11Mrfrmi.,i ilv uv. u M. Mr. nnd Mrs. Woods Carpenter of 'Tinier of tins city STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. l'reacheriville, were guests of Mr. ml ' The tiride wns beautiful, being at- gown of tan, J. I'ny yuir hill by check, nml have your wife pay her bills by rlieck tirid in a goir.g-awcMrs. I. H. Carpenter. Sunday. " schemes. with hat. sl.ues and gloves to match. Nevi r lend an ekr to "liet Mrs. C, I. Sutton, of Mt. Vernon 8 a. Follow suuii) system in 4Ving Do not be haphazard mIkMI II. The marriage is the culmination of a has lieen the guest for the pat wetk, happy eouit-lli- p and the friends of lox for your valuable papers. 1 Kent a aafe of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Iloltzclaw. on Hill service we olTer. both contracting parties are extending 5. Make free iie of the court. (I. eoncratulations and best wishes for Te.u h the child the value ct money by giving them nn nllowance. business Misses Norn Clark, Ada Warner H"d(,any years of bliss on the matrimonial 7. Meet your fnendi at this ban tor trai snclim; imiortant Lorn Hrj nut have recently been added ira to the force and are learning the boards After a short In ida) trip, Mr. and j rapidly. Mr8. Yuager will be at home to lh?ir Mi.s Kathorwie llnnim of Somerset ' friends at his farm near liedgcville. OF LANCASTER. KV. We have just received a Car Load of of the exchange. Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, Gossip About People v?e HERE'S A HAPPY "TANLAC FAMILY" Sisters Join Their Mother In Declaring Tanlac Meant New Start In Life For Them. $50.00 $55.00 J. R. MOUNT & CO. hr ii iL T Diaw Check VRS. JOHN LOWE, Ml 88 FRANCES BURNETT. MRS. S. C. BURNETT. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company I HONOR ROLL BANK. ,.. i i e Citizens National Bank President. An'l Cash'r "Someone suggested the other day that wo tack a sign on our house say ing, 'This Is a Tnnlac Family.' That's because my two daughters nnd I talk so much about Tnnlac. We all wear the Tanlac Smile, too," Mrs. S. C. llurnett, 1408 Walnut street, said. 'Hut why shouldn t wo talk about it when we feel that it has done us u world of good. Everyone of us has been helped by Tanlac and 111 tell you wo can't say too much for it. "First my older daughter, Mrs. John Lowe, tried it. She had lost 30 pounds and was fo run down and nervous that even tho rumbling of a wagon or the slamming of a door would upset her for hours. We feared we would have to send her to a hospital. I hone.-tl- y believe that Tanlac saved her from complete breakdown. Nothing else teemed to help her. But Tanlac put her on her feet again right quick. Today she is ono of the happiest women in Cincinnati. "Then Frances became run down She had dizzy sort of half-ncpells. We were going to take her out of school because she kept com plaining nf spot.s and webs before her eyes. Her complexion got pasty and sho didn t look a bit well. Tanlac however, proved to be just the thing she needed and now she is back in good health again.- Mother Was Half-Sic- you about Mrs. Lowe. She simply thought she was going to die. She felt so bad I believe she almost would have been glad to have it all ended It waa just pitiful to watch her. Her weight dropped from 140 to 110 pounds. She couldn't eat without being sick. We had just about given her up. Then we heard of Tanlac and she tried it. All of a sudden she seemed to take new interest in life. Within a week she began eating solid food, just liko she did before she had trouble with her stomach. Tho food nourished her, too, and she began taking on weight. She slept sound and it seemed like no time before she was feeling well again. Helps Youngest Girt. W. O. I'icnky. j. V. HUDSON. J. J. Jon J. WA1.KKU, Vice WaI.kf.h. Jk.. l'rest. is here for a visit to her sister. Mrs. Chas. Itaukin, and friend Mis Flossie W. F. (MIAMI', Cashier. Tribble. CARD OF THANKS. FARMERS. ThiR is We thank our friends and neighbors Miss Florence Spraggens, of Klliston, for their kii.dness in time of need in Ky., is the chnrming guest of Mi's the loss of our kind and loving father Allic Ynntis at her home on the Buck and husband, Mr. Owen Kat. The en eye pike. tile family now stands willing nrd Miss Miller of Howling flreen, has ready to nsnist any neighbor or friend arrived and will have charce of tile who is in need. Mrs. Lucy Fast and children. trimming rooms of Mits Minnie Ilrown "As for myself, I felt nlmo.-- t the same as Mrs. I.owe. .My stomach troubled me. My appetite was poor and I suffered after eating with bloating and belching of gas. Hut with tho help of Tanlac I got rid of these troubles and now I feel simply splen did. "But I started out at first to tell Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at It. E. McKoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick. .1. N. Metcalf; Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier end lirvrer; Herea, "One day Frances was up to see her sister. Sho's the youngest, you know. She was feeling bad and Mrs. Lowe gave her some Tanlac. It made her feel better and she came home and said, '.Mama, I believe that new tonic that helped sister will do me some good. Please get me a bottle.' So I did and do you know that in a week she began to feel better. Now she cats all she wants, sleeps well and doesn't have those dizzy spells or spots befote her eyes when she is studying. "I was such a firm believer in Tanlac by the time it had built up the health of my two girls that I got some for myself. It certainly toned up my system. I used to have nervous spells but they are all gone now. I got back my appetite, and now I sleep as well as I did before my stomach started to bother me. "I tell you Tanlac has done a lot for our family and we can't say too much good about it." S. E. Welch: Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells, Lancaster. It. E. McKoberts. and W. C (Adv) West. Silver Creek. this season. Hun. II. Clay Kaulfnun. spent the week end with home folks, but returned to Frankfort on the early morning ing train, Inst Mondny, the season or the year to give your Milk Cows and Work Horses I INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD. It's The Best. Mi's Eliza Lunsfonl, of Cincinnati, fn m her adopted home Tuesday aed wrl jpei.d a few wevks with relatives ai d friend. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Hurdetle and Mr. and Mrs. Kd Wnlters nnd son, of lloyle, were guests Inst week, of Mrs Jan es Hill, of this city. Miss Mary Hatfield who has been the b'.traclive guest of her brother. Dr. M. S. Hatfield ami family, has returned to her home at Kussell Springs. came in Mrs. Kmmu Kaudman and Miss Tom-- 1 mie Francis have returned from Frank-- J Look as far as tou like 5t( in touch with nc today -- You will never Und nwre bcautlfull Wall Papers than, lean .how you. H. D. ELMORE Faper HaniiintJ A Specialty. Fill In Picture Puzzle No. 5 e eam 9 upt!r.il:tle Thought. C.i. ei fiilni ss Is nn escetleiit wearing lunlily. 2 579 .t a'io 124 im - I If Gold Medal Gold Medal Seeds are goo2 because they are pure bred. It pays to plant the best. Buy your field seed from us we will furnish you with any kind you want at the best prices. BECKER PHONE 27. & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. I Hew They Seemed to Serve. limine w.nrs ear rlnss. When the enller vrlm wns w wir Muster Shelton (Jiillev, youngest son, ing thelii milked 1'iygyV curious Inter of Mr. and Mrs L (' (i'llley, was tuk-- ' i:- -t kIic tiuik the little nin on In r hip en down (Mill pneumonia a few duvs so she eouM examine llie penrlH luori1 puzzling over them u lit ilnsely. ne'i, but nt this wilting Is slightly liu- -' lie wlilleAfter Peggy MiltellmNr lncUlnd provtd. "Dees oo has to button in ears xnT Miss Klizatietli Anderson left last Monday fur (Jeorgelown iliere she Curing Sleeplessness. givs to accept it juisition with Mrs.' Sleeplessness often follows overfaPhil Hudson who conducts a fushonuble tigue, habits. exhaustion mid late-hou- r millinery at that placo. Tho.o who relire nt nboui nine nro often nlTeeled vtllh It. Kmotlous Mr. Archie Pendegrass of Deutsville, causes, A who holds u good position In Louisville, nnd oilier exellenienlx are glnss of hot milk, lei.: iu.:de, or other lias been in Lmicuster visiting his aunt, liurtiilexM beverage before retiring, n Miss Mattiu Kstes. and uncles, Messrs. hot iiiiislnrd foot bath, lv packs, hot I S. II. and Frank Kstes. Mnnkels and other iioiidnigging methMem-fee- . od nil have nuipiets t their ereillt. Mi. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. and Mrs. W. M. Dunean of Stanford, Jleillclues are liui..e uniiures. and Misses Sue and Margaret Sampson, of llurrodsburg, were here Wednesday Odd Name Oddly Won. nuptials. fur the Heiring-Yeage- r The Inn known im llui "Siiuie Yet," nt I'restwlih, has n curious hMory Friends of Miss Jennie. Higgius will which Mr. Ilurkwood relates; "The bu glad to know that she bus hulllcicntly Ihuino originally bore; the 'Seven Star!'.' recovered from injuries received hi an .Many years ngo It beinmo necessary to accident several weeks ago, to resume bnvo Hi faded sign repainted. When her duties in the olllcu of County the painter asked the landlord what School Superinteudant. be wns to put mi the beard he received nnswer, The wnuo yet.' Ami the Judge K. C. O'Hear, of Fnuikfort, tho took him nt Ids word." Ixmdon mail wns the guest of Mr. J. II. Itobinson News. last Monday night. Ho left Tuesday for Stanford, where ho i interested in Dally Thought. the famous Itobinson insurance case, For the reward U not repose, but which comes up there this week. fresh work, a larger sphere of usefulPatrons of thu telephone exchange ness und Influence. The command over will regret to learn that Miss Maud fim rlllnri la til tho mail W hose Murphy and Miss Myrtle Angel, who pound had grown to ten pounds; the have been so elllciently operating the commaiiu or live lines to ine man to Ave boards for the past two years, left last whoso pound hud grown Saturday for Hamilton, Ohio, to make pounds. Thu faculty of doing good, by magtheir future home. Miss Alurphv had un cternnj law, Is multiplied and nified according to the use which ! been the night operator for several inude of It. Frederick Denlson months and her etficlent servica bad made her very popular with the patrons fort, where they were the guests for few 1'ays of Hon. H. Clay KnulTman. n Nn one nt Peggy's ?3 .1.0a 1c 4 .75 I.IZ2 .121 K0 .105 03.110 .04 III 40 4t . "."us l fl 64 101 a. ax a .68 iiV't-- 42 39 36 a1 .53 57 M Tk. 43 JOqWm fn . A4 k9 44 ..51 93. 96 B 94 9$ts U MVf 9 waa n funny looking animal jou Jrew the last time, wasn't It, 11T The giraffe Is the tallest of tho living animals. Probably you didn't think you'd uver finish drawing his neck. Why has ho such a long neck, you atkT r.ecauni he U obllncd to Ki t his fooil from liees. liu can reach th topmost biunihes ot inuuy ot tho trees In Africa. Ily starting aeuln at No. t und conmcting vvllh numbers i, 3, 4, etc., your pencil will draw a iiueer looking TIIAV beast. We will gladly print the names of all children who will take the pain, to trace out tho nbove picture. You will llml it Interesting and they will appear send bis in every issue of the Record fiom this date. Who will bo the first to or her name? and msil All the contestants must clip out the picture after being traced done. to the Central Record, that we may ae how well the work has been Marcus MontgomArvil Merchant, Victor Mahan, Harnett Montgomery, Elmer Hardin Virginia Conn. Mary Conn. I.abelle Parsons ery. Hillle Naylor. Guyn. J. T. J tdUrd. Casey. Ophelia Mae Anderson. Ida May Young. Andrew AUn Hurt. Ma Mary Anderson, Lucile Aldridge. Edith Ray. Rosalie Woods. T. Walker. Myrtle Bueluh Cobb. Allie Unimau.lt. Flora June Cottrell. J. did the drawing well, Hogu and Delia Mae Turner. Miss Delia Mae not only quick in Ight: I. twenty eet but quote, the following; "The big giralTe. so He crop. th. leave, of lofty trett or more In height. In Africa beyond the j 1 ,e.. The Central Record, Thursday, March, 8, 1917. STANFORD Mm Marvin Worlev of Liuisvllle ii Kue.1l of Mr. W. C. Wilsop. Miss Mack Logan of llustmvllle n the guest ot her slater, Mr?. J. (5. the Wealherford. Miss I.ee Thompson of Cincinnati, haa returned home after a visit to Misa Nancy Yeaer. Miss Thelma Franc' lias been confined to her room for several days on account ol illness. Hey. Alfred A Ilitfuim of Louisville haa been the i!uet of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Iliins. .' The Ke biliary term of Circuit Court aJjourned Saturday after a two weeks' aession. Very little whs done. Mra. ilud Gooch has returned to hei home at Waynesbur. after a visit to her sister, Mr. W. I.. McCarty. Mr. and Mra. James II. Wright have rented the A. T. Nunnelley property on Lircaster street and have moved to it. Mra. J. 11. l'axton was called to Lancaster last week un account of the illness of her mother, Mrs Jane Itobinson. At a recent meeting of the Woman's Club, of Stanford and Lincoln rounty, officers were elected for the ensuing year, A. It. Mastin of Lancaster, was here a short time Wednesday en route home from Mt Vernon, where he dad been on Warren haa been the guest of her aunt. Mis Jennie Duncan at Lancaster who his been ill for several days. e Miss Josephine Carpenter has from Ixington, where she has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hou.er W. Carpenter. Mr. nnd Mra. Ed Davis are the proud parents of a little daughter who arrived Friday. The little Miss has been named Sarah Marguerite, Mra. Lelin H. Cooke, who went to Cedar Springs, S. C. to accept a position ns matron of t le School of the return-edjiom- Deaf, writes that ahe (a much pleased. Mrs. W. A. Tribble is at Martinsville tnd, where (he hopes to bo able to rid herself of rheumatism from which she has been suffering for several months. Miss Martha Kaney, who Is taking a course m Domestic Science at the Nor mal nt Hichmond. spent the week-enhere with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Itaney, Miss Kate Davis Uaney is in Lancaster this week with Mrs. Kella Arnold Francis. Mrs. Francis will open her millinery atore here next week and Miss Haney will asist her. News has been received here of the arrival of a little daughter at the home of Mr. ana: Mra. K. J. Howcnstlne at Circleville, OMo. The mother was formerly Miss Roberta O'tlannon of this eity. Mrs. K. D. Kennedy, who was taken tn the Danville hospital some weeks ago mi lie ring with n broken hip. Is able to return home Hnd has entirely recovered, her host of friends will be glad to d j '''''a' Ollice at Lancaster. CARDS, aadsaJljBSsssa; j Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ICalney a Livery Stable. Kentucky j. E" EDWARDSJL Phone 391-M D BUCKEYE, KY. business. Miss Jennie know. Mrs. Kobert T. Fewell of Hock Hill, S. C, U the guest of her parents, Mr. She accomand Mrs. W. II. Wiggins. panied by her sister. Mis Elizabeth Higgins. spent several days in I ouis-vlll- e this week. Editur Slieltm M. Saulley. wife and son, Shelton Jr. will leave Monday for I'hoenix Arizona, where they will be the guests of his brother. Ho it Saulley Mr. and family for several weeka. and Saulley will return to Kentuck engage in the newspaper business again. "Mother Carter", as she was known by all. died at the home of her daughter. Mr. Holler at Lebanon Junction Friday, after a short illness. Mrs. Carter's home was at Kowlund and she bad a host of friends there who regret very She is much to learn of her death. surived by fceveral children. The remains were brought to her home at Kou lurid Saturday and the interment took place Sunday after short services at the home by J. C. McClary. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. Save Three Hours out of Every Four Your Horses Work by Using Every minute wasted on the road by slow, inefficient hauling and delivery costs you real money. Horses take from three to four times as long to cover the ground as it will take you when you install Smith in your service. Form-a-Trucks J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky V. Paint Lick, Julm Jl. (lascy, II. (rmlmitr liiicintuili College. DAN VILLI:. Jl. Tke Climate Is Delightful oil the Beautiful Mississippi Smith TortndTruck F. O. B. Chicago GULF COAST DURING Enjoij tLe Lalmu air MARCH AND APRIL 350 Three to four mites an hour ii the belt hones can do with a ton load. Smith Form - a --Truck replices the slow, time wasting walk of horses with a ipeej of f mm ten to fourteen miles an hour under every condition of uoilc. And i' costs no more to buy a Smith Form a --Tiuck than it does to buy a ood pair of horses equal to the work of hauling a ton load. If your hauling or deluery requires y service eery woikinc day ofthejear, you must have at least two teams for every wagon. k necr The sturdy, efficient, untiring Smith takes time out for rest, never has to lay off the job. It works steadily day in and day out, alwas maintaining its Inch speed, always moving its load quickly, easily, and at lower cost than any other form of service )ou can buy. Kecoiili of itrvict obtained liom othIO.000 Smith Foi men show a ton mil cod ol lets than 8 cents. And ihc first Smith cter told hai been in settle four years, cottitd 20,000 miles and coil only SS for ttpaiti Forni-a-Truck k Veterinary Surgeon.; V(tcriu:ir KKNIUCrtt J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ollice Urr National llnnk. IteMdence rhone 3. Ollko Phono t.ANCASTKIt. KY. 77 Get a Smith OrttUnd, Hulck. exomite hauling Pot your hsulinjt 10 learn ut how that you at now attach It to any Ford, Dodge tiros , Chevrolet or Maaitcll chaitii and end yout and dtliieiy coeti obttms up to ut It doesn't cott you a cent much money we can put back into yout pocket putting into home Ladies Coats. Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. G. C. COX. " Manse.Ky ,,, and sunshine In this enchanting land of flowers. Plau golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. . HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. were glad to dispose of their crops for seventy-fiv- e cents per bushel. One of the best prices for corn paid MERCHANTS. in this aection Is reported from MadiT. K. Daldwin, Sr., The Co., are selling son county where annually 1135.000,000. 00 worth of goods sold to the Zaring Milling Company a to citizens of America. Doea this fact 2,000 bushels of corn at the crib for round $2,000. have any had efTect on the business of The price of corn broke all previous Lancaster merchants? We not only records in Clark county when the sale think that It doea, but we know for an of J. W. Scott a lot sold at $8.40 a barabsolute fact that there are hundreds rel. The record previous to this sale of their catalogs distributed over Gar. was also made in UiarK county, when n rard county. And we further know, big lot sold at $ii.i. tiat mail order houses d'J not send cat The hemp seed market opened this alogs "helter-skelter- " but only (end season at 13.60 per huthel, and thu dethem to customers who patronize them. mand has been an great that during the Therefore with this information vou past few weeka the price haa jumped are bound to realize that thousands of from thut figure toil .VI per bushel. Company, oiders go to and like mail order house every year. I. .nil Tulflm. lit,. Int.au ..UIII i.nit. (WH. mur. finm ,VM. . u 1. chants where it rightfully belongs. Now don't you think it is high time' that we all get together and put a stop I to this evil? Why not tun an educa- should be "nipped In tit tlonal campaign that will turn this vast.1 bud", for i! flowed to run stream of business into local channels? unchecked, si hols results 1 It invoke but one principle work tomay follow. Numerous gether and for each other. Your home cases of consumplion, pneumerchant can do better by )ou than monia, anYou are his "er fital disny mull order home ed back to eases, can personal friend and he want not only , a cold. At the first sign cl a He small profits but Your friendship. cold, protect yourself by is right here to make good his word. omceHouraj?--,- Tickets to New Orleans and Gull Coast points via Louisville permit side falp to PensacoLs at alight cost For Illustrated literature, scWules, etc, opplu. to local representatives ol the Louisville & Nainvllle R. R. or address R. D. Puseu, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ktj. I 1. 1 Deonf Dtdtrs and W. A. Wheele Of DeaUl Sariety. & Nasavllla R.R., ants: Slorm. Rnlldlasstri Hurl A ton's utDlint. Mote. KENTUCKY,' LANCASTER. PATRONIZE HOME PROPERTY OWNERS. Sears-Roebuc- k NOW 12. If you wish to sell or exchange your property, farm, city dwellings, mercanYou to get our free cntulot! on tile stocks or buildings, list with us at prices. We have buyer and market will make a systematic elfort to negotiate, exacting customary charges for service rendered or when sale made thru OUIt efforts. We are in the business all tlje 'time. List that property with us and oti will Dahfind us ON TIIKGItOUND with buyer. i'roperty will xcll at right prices when given a liberal introduction to Everything for Orchard. Lawn and the buying public thru an efficient adGarden. vertising campaign, which include, both write tor itee coiaiogtie. no Agta print and person, und such service Wanted Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs. Grace Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus. Roses, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. is the ideal time to visit Sears-Itoehuc- k A Ii FLORIDA or the . ir tl' cl GULF COAST RESORTS Get away from Uiw t he cold and enjoy life in the land of Sun- - tl dt ui ri shine and riowers. loui.d-trip farcaui.d excellent service via. I ti L0UISV3LLE S NASHVILLE you will Imvo when you place your property at our disposal. Do not think it is ton eurlv to talk sale becauso vou would nut give possession now, as but few of those looking to buy now expect or desirt possession on or beforo Jan. 11)18, but they are in the market, looking, realizing that the sooner they do, the n.oro they havo to look at. Thu rule unrks both ways, if you with to sell, the sooner you gut your place In our lunds the moru people you will have tn look ut your property. Call on or address The Thomas Ileal Instate Agencv. Do It now. It. H.F.IIillcnmeyer & Sons. tail. l.uxiiilon. Kentucky, I'JIC 5, 10 CS, 20 Year . FARM LOANS low rates. Sec this 20 INSURANCE. R. R. el' re CI For lurticulurs, call upon local vgents of this railroad. y FARM PRODUCTS HIGH your thoroughly cleansing system with a Irw deses ot MAJNSE. Mrs. 1). I). Centers Is very ill. Heavy Northern White Sied Oats tor sale. Hudson, Hughes & Furnuu. Mr. Dallas Creech of Ohio is thu guest of his uncle Mr. John Creech. Mr. Arch Thompson and bride spent part of tlm past week with home folks. Miss Mary Hell spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Sallie Anderson. Miss Myrtla Coldiron spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Alliu year plan. v II f xusxgsasnt5EriairTi'iiriri.ifiiimriir.0';i--jo--- ' ir t A. It DENNY, l NfiTSGNAL BANK 01- - LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. IWdent J. It. 1. K. STOItMES. Surplus Vice $30,000. prices that aro being Tim unheard-o- f paid for tho pioducta raited Uun thu farm certainly will bo mi incentive fur nioro intensive funning throuuhout the whole country this year. The present state of tho world will not lessen the demand when the new crop iag.irnered. Farming commodities will remain high aslong us money Is io plentiful, and the Held of agriculture Is as limited as It Is D. A. Thomas. 125 ACRE BLUE-GRASS ' IWt For Rent. ir.. n u Imukv. Aes't Cashier. S. 0. DENNY. Cashier. J, I til IX, Rook-Keepe- r. Safety Saroual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB i Jl ri w Bl BUSINESS. D. Cochran. Stonues, S. C. Denny, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. VY. H. Elliott. Director. today. . Furmera who had planned to plant aj large potato crop this yeur aro being deterred because of thu exhorhitant; price for seed potatoes, noiv quoted at I $4 a bushel on the local market, l.astl year seed pctatoes sold at $3 u bag of two and a half bushels. Now the price Is $10. It requires ten bushels to the acre, making the seed cost $10 an acre. Clay county farmers shipped out twelve carload ot Irish potatoes over the new Cumberland &Mancheter railroad, realizing an average of $2.25 per bushel. Last year the same growers the old reliable, vecetable iver powder, Mr. Clus. A. Ragland, o Udisoa Heights, Va., says: "I have been using Thcd- - FARM. No. H l'JG acre farm all In grass. In acres need tilowinir for corn, tobacco or hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock barn, well watered and under new ford's Utack-Urauu- ht lot Indigesstomach troubles, tion, and colds, and tind it to be the very best medicine I ever used. It nukes in old una) feel like a young one." Insist on Thedlord's. the; 1 orleinil lad genuine. Creech. Mr. Irie Hell spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hill ' Thompson. Mr. Mussel llolman spent the past week with his Grand Parents Mr. and Mrs. Itoberts. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Centers spent friday night with hla parenla Mr. and Mra. U. D. Centers. Mrs. John Itoberts and Mrs. W. 1. Anderson were the guest of Mr, and Mrs. John Bain last Tuesday. fence. This farm la aituated In walkiiiR distance of graded school and churches. Let ua show you this one at $80. Call on or address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record. Thursday. March 8, 1917. Pnmnare Oars With The Best In The Land And See How Superior They Are In Quality and Workmanship IT IS A WELL KNOWN Remember that we There are few, if any Buggies built today as good as Arnolds. Facts that cannot be denied. build the best Buggy and sell it direct to the consumer, saving you all middlemen's profit, also the expense of crating, freight, drayage and drummers. We don't make Harness, but we handle a number of the leading brands. Will sell at ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST any Harness in the house when you purchase a Buggy. The fact is we mean facto deal square with you, not claiming to own or control a harness factory, neither have we a number of buggy tories, but on the square we sell the best Buggy that can be bought for the money, and are truly proud of the reputation ARNOLD BUGGIES have made. See The New 1917 mFACT "t fthanrj CHEVROLET It is a wonder of the automobile age. Arnold's Patent Double Reach Reinforced Gear in use for seven years and as yet there has not bct'n a single broken reach. buggy man beat this record? Let us hear from you. Can any looks like an auto, rides like an auto and is the cheapest priced full equipped auto on earth: has mohair top, electric lights and starter, electric horn, also dimmer and tail light. Will have a carload of 1917 It models in a few days. Far superior to the old car. At Old Prices nnd Goodrich Silvertown Tires and We have n number of so some Fabric Tires bought at the old price on which we will make some interesting prices for the next fifteen days for cash nnd we can save you money. Let us prove it to you. Kelly-Springfield A FEW LEADERS WE HAVE IN OUR SHOW WINDOWS: al- Tool Boxes $1.50. Double Cylinder Pumps, brass or black, $1.50, Ford Wheel Tubes at 0 per cent discount for cash. Champion X Spark Plugs 70 cents, A. C. plugs 90 cents, Ford Cutouts $1.50, good ones. Anything we have in the house at a reduction, for 5 days. Try some of this and be convinced that it is the best that money can buy at a reduced price. $2.50,Kelly-SpringfieldGoodri1 1 It Fabric Tire that has not given you entire Satisfaction and Bring them to AROLD'S GARAGE and we will save them for you and have them adjusted to your entire satisfaction. thi!, Tgasoline to make this gasoline to you for 26c on Friday and Saturday o this week. Ma rch 9th and we are advertise take off the hot air pipe we have installed another gasoline tank and offer to you the Standard Uil Gasoline. Bring Back Every Goodrich satisfactory to you. they will make it 0th. better n your car than any gasohne you can put m t p WE SELL the Monticello Wood Oil Gasoline, the highest proof gasoline sold in this city winch w.ll workremove and your car will work fine n order to further high proof, and in many cases they are easy to for in this case it is too the hot you gig 1 For the benefit of those who cannot R. M. Arnold's North Second Street Boggy Works and Garage Danville, Kentucky We have Just Put in a Tank for Indian and Standard Repartee. ltelng clover nt repartee consists of en tlu words having nt yfiir which come to others nil hour Inter. Ufc. toii-u- USE Trie Best Gasoline on Earth, Made at Monticello. n ;. Nollcc! Poulii'y Raisers 4-1I- -44 Optimistic Thought. Wutcr Is n strong drink. Irani: It. MT. HEBKON The sick of this community are KnniFon Mr. Walter samine, and Todd and family, moved last week to his farm here, recently purchased from Mr. K. C. Montgomery. Cholera, Gapes, UmDcrnccK, Koup, unKcr.A&is. :::"cT:.,kv Diarrhoea and al( Diseases cr Poultry Mw kV Will Writers That Count sorts nf writers possess ge nius: those who think, ami those who Joseph Hoiu. niuKO others t tlilnk. Two Ks. 43iCa:raniccJ ly 3. lotu Cnrac, Tatitom. hy. lM. c tsoi o uv K. K. McROHKRTS. Lnncastcr, Ky. i-- C.fc llMiWnm. U. U"fci. um K.. Kr.. MT , "i H IJ" J ! 1 M4 lor jummJiUiIU iU UJ I i'r- - IM naiy IM I ft all Tri&mt. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ofnce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Mr Hunter Ray bought of Mr. Locust Probably Extinct. MontC'tnerv " horse price $U0. Substitute for Linseed Oil. There has not been n serious general Mr. K.1 (irow sold a bunch of ten Oil obtained from seeds of llruzlhuii outbreak of tho Itoeky mountain lorubber triM'ii has horn found im ac- sliouts to Ilurton lliosi price $100. cust Rlnee 1SS0, and (Ms particular of Mr ceptable substitute for linseed oil by Mr. Isaac MotitcmiKry boURht has ceased to bo u pest llrltlsh pnjntmukcrs. of any great Importance. Stive Carrier a pair of mules for Worse Than Friend Supposed. Widow (weeping) "Yin, poor Tom Mr. A. S. Dein linuuht of Mr. J. U. met with n horrible death, lln fill Might Suggest Action. Crowding Out. I'op s bunch of calves at $20 per head. window iiiul wns from tho Wlill. Vim nri. iiiiLttiL iiMliii for lil evil with Kood Is tho Insluiilly klllotl." l'rkncl (Mjmpathlz-Ingly- ) .Miss Kninm Walker beuan school at 'only Mny to overcome It nt nil. In liiiml In liuurliifcv, l'hlllp, I'll ln piny. It "Dear, di'iiri Is It l Iluurne Monday and will finish the term our own hearts und lives, und In the mz Koineiiiini; lively on tni huh us hail us that? Why, I I thu kwi't-- t vnlni!? Ililnir. Mr. Tims Hicks nlno moved to hte world uround us, the only wny to that ho only fill from n wouldn't tlo Hint, JoKfliii," ri'iilltsl tho property purchased Jrom wr. uennie get rid of what Is faulty, Is to window." St. Louis Vtnl knoll Kimit, limtltlil volllii liinn. plant It with something better. The Scott. bad habit, thu had custom, the bud can't keep their feet Mill when thej Montirumery of Iluena Miss Kulala near lively iuumo. Inlliience must be crowded out by one parents at Unit Is good. Vista was the Kuest of her to Bo Remembered. Lock 8 Saturday night. Itut tho fliH'kt mush: in tint room In Genius of Qlvlng. Reason for Sleep. Mr. I.ewis Murphv and daughter Miss that which streams out to the ear of me Not Ions OR" a woman promised Popular opinion Is thut we' sleep the spirit la uiuny im uxiiulsitu Ktruiu sonm wenrlue uppnrel for u certnlu Lida May, were with relatives near bemuse wo are exhausted. Hut a from tho hanging shelf of hooka on poor family. When the box nrrhed, Uxington last Thursday night. Swiss physiologist. Doctor Cluparrdc, Iho opposite w all. Y' cry volume there I found every article pressed, eleaned, Mr. now advances tho theory that wo sleep Mr. Arthur Preston bought ot Ik uii Instrument which iuiiiiu melodist end meuded. I reuinrked iiion this, of tho mind creuti-- und set vibrating und hIiu reiilled, "I uhvnyx vend the Thos Doolin a farm of about 40 acre to avoid being exhausted. Ills theory price $2500. Is that sleep, lusteud of belug the rewith music on u Honor shaken out Its things In s condlllon; other- located near Ilourne sult of fatigue, Is simply an Impulsive or a star shakes out Its light. wise It's only a relief to cot old clothes Hed, Saplini; and Alsike Clover seed; which tho body conDuly listen, nnd they soothe all care, out of tho way, but If ono mends, Timothy, Orchiird Grass and Ky Blue ducts In order to get rid of the waste us though the lken-of- t leaves of pop- cleans and presses them, then I Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Grass. products before tbey have time to ples hud been made vocal and poured them u reul gift." Los Angeles lulu the car. James Lano Allen. Mr. BenJ Jennings and family of Jes- - produce exhaustion. Times. r llflh-stor- y I piuiio,-Kiiliunder-stood third-.tnrmi-Ll-- es tlrst-clnscon-cid- 1 sBajnaaJBaaaaassnsssBlaaBi The Central Record, Thursday, March 8, 1917. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 . or BASS, BARKER, HULETT, SHOUSE. H ALLEY, HAWKINS, WELLS, SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. FAYETTE WAREHOUSE BULLETIN 1 (SucccaMirs lu Hugliei A OF Total Sales for Season There figures are OflicinI Sales for Week Ending Feb 23, Sales for Week Ending Men 2, Monday's Sale, March 5, Samuel H. Hnlley, General Malinger. 603,000 lbs. Avr $ 8. 6 335,000 lbs. Avr 8.29 74,985 lbs. Avr 18.21 5,151,400 lbs Avr 18.75 1 1 - S:ncl "oad LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN 41 "Cents Per Hundred Pounds ABOVE the Average of the Entire Lexington Market. "THE LAND OP NOW" EXPERIENCE AND tje Fayette this season has furnished its customers the most satisfactory market in its history. We can offer you today what we believe, to be the highest market in the Burley Belt LET EARLY BASS CRY YOUR LAST SALE. EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. MARTIN, WILSON, LATHAM, BERRYMAN, BARKER, STIVERS, OFFUTT. 9 l-- FARMER'S COLUMN MADE OVER GOWNS iiiiilllllili uiniin i PROFITABLE SOIL CULTURE , it ute of onr farmer fat.crlber.. and inn .ale ol stock, gram anil auch thlotn iisce i,now tbie seatfing u for tne excln- 1, tor oOlTirj I ipS FOI" the Heal HOiTie on ai the farmer cauuoi afford to adver- tue. No r.otlce will be accepted over lour .nes. and will be only In lira l..ne ol the creasing the vvldlh' of row to seven feet mid doubling the stand In the row has Ixs-found to lt an advantage. Where the MUutucrs are long other crops or 'mother crop of corn can In philips! later In the scnnii between the mUii l'Kt run If the seasonal rainfall proves siilliclcnl. Corn should not Le covered with more than one ami one-hal- f or two inches of null except u lieu the Mil face Is ilry ami It Is nei ess-trto plant deep- er lo leach nmlst Mill, lu cold, heavy soils tine Inch in oiilllcietit. In OcHrTISirCSS. ; CORN HOW TO FRESHEN OLD PLANTING METHODS. i Our record for the past eight years show antes of more than IS.fclO acres of land, besides s large amount of town and city ptnperty and stocks of merchandise, amounting to more tlmn l,:ioO,UOO,Oi) and this business was done la the entire satisfaction of more than NX) clients nnd cti.tPinem and they are my references for "fntr dealing." From my exierieuce in the business I know how, when, where and what ' to advertise. the one who has property to sell - farm lands, city protierly, dwellings lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate pro'Hisltioti, I solicit your business, believing I can handle it to jour entire satisfaction. I now have on hsnd a List our farm or other property witli me now. Ling list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere nnd your property may be just what I am looking for. To tlie one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage hs I know v slurs and know that when ou clj.e n ileal through me you will gel "value received" for your money. I have on band for sale at nil times a Large Number of Fauns. Dwellings City Priijierty not in thondverli.nl list, a. my list of pro;erty is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals. luting new properties nnd som of my be.t properties are not advertised nt the request "f tile owners. If you are a of (lurruid County, write me and I will tell you a'l about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, s'hnnt and churches, uf Lancaster ami its bushiest, its people and its growth. The following is just a few of the properties I have on hand for sale now, T-- ) .r.JKD.ire. ich.rW TOGS. .1. F. Adams lias live mules for sale, I Various Tricks That Cltver Dressmak- well broken, four jea'rsold, 15J to 1G rs Us to Renovate Old Clothes So hands high. The Look Positively Parisian How to Clean Rumplsd Finery and Lacs. B. Leavell, Bryantsville, Kv.. has 8 three year old mules for sale, from to 1GJ hands high. J. 15 Strayed from my home Friday. Feb. 9th, a brown spotted shepherd dog. Liberal reward if returned to this office or 'J. S. Merchant. R. F. D. 2. Lancaster. T A five room house. with lights, water and hath, also good Possession Riven at barn and garden. FOR RENT:" ! i I Rent reasonable. Arch D. Stevens. FOR SALE About 14 bushels of (rood bottom hemp seed. I'hnne 371-0. H. Hendren, Paint Lick Ky. U. F. I). 2. FOR SALE: Regjatereitwoyearoldf 0 eve1 ""V snort for DU": J,. H. Wheeler. Nina. Ky. heifers. -- The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persona not to trespass upon our lands lor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed tNU Price R.L. Elkin II. U. Arnold. J. C. Rigsby. Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. POSTED ts It I.. Arnold. T. R. Slavin. C. --M. Moberly. R. I.. Barker. vne win auu otner names tor -- oceni. c"h. HOOTERS ' " TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesseth; That fn order to protect the came on our lands for a period of three ears we bind ourselves not lo hunt tl.ureou, nor nermit anvbodv else to do so. unit we further agree lo prosecute with geuce .dl person, who v.olale the gamel laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our j lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Warlena for the put tore of out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our ."iinns or it to be done by another under our supervision, or the superyisio., of some reMsmsible and ( uy us. teiiamo person seiec-eThis November loth, 191b. J. E. Robinson i it. L. Elkin, "w II ltrown' Jno, M, Farra. ' W. B. Burton, Alex walker, T. A. hlkin, lUselden Bros., F. 41. Tinder. j. II Dalton. Ixigan Hubble, John II. Smith, .1. N Boss, i. M. Ueshon, II. B. Cox, Fisher Herring, J, W, Sweeney, Hughes Bros, W. M. Mahan, Witliera Bros. William, Marcus and Jim White. dili-!r''g u ISWavS , three-quarter- ' A pair uf fcliovg bare served ouly half llieir ti.scfulnes.s when foil take litem lu (lie cobbler lo In- - resoled for the nrst time. With the new Miles and a little, care they will sone as Ions a term of usefulness as that which they hate already served. So with the frock that hangs nbau- douod in tin halt of jour clothes closet. The last time you put It on on "ere ashamed of lis ragged condition. iue sleeves were irayeii ai me wrists, and a button was missing at the front. auil there was yes, there actually was a spot in the froul panel. So you determined that the dress was done for. lint unless one Is rolling In wealth she will find It to her advantage to get out that old frock ami tale an inventory of what remains lu good condition. Would she give $2 far a dress that would wear as long as that drc.s. .,,.,,., ,v.,i,om ,n alrea(J the first freshness, but attractive enough for near at home, at least Well, surely for that amount and a few ' hours of patience the dress inn be restored mnrvclously. Of course, the dress Is a little gone at Ihe liottom. Begin then by ripping out the bent, brushing It carefully aud If tin edge Is badly frayed lu places cutting the hem off entirely at the line of the turning up. Next sew this piece on again In a neat lturiovv seatu, pres. the sentn oieu mill turn It up again. It will lie ouly n ttltle shorter than the dress was last year. Just the distance of the seam in the hem. If the sleeves were long and If they j tveie tight that Is probably lite next ttm ii.m'i ..l..,.,, ,i,, V.....I.. ..n,.,,n,.,, let that diM'ourage ton. for the slieves may In reunited entirely mid In their Fundamentals of Culture, Especially Undsr Droughty Conditions. Special planting methods oflen must be useil for corn in lesions vvhete either moisture or bent Is liisiillielcut. Listing, or planting In furrows. Is the most common and U'st inrtlitxl of planting corn lu a law part of the scmlarid area. It is not only economical, as it permits large acreages to be handled at the least cost, hut It also places the plants to the ln.it advantage to withstand drought. As the furrows FA II.MS. ORCHARD AND GARDEN. i the I t- - ffiMi; I KAsl-2Htw',jMfll MR I I BsaaaaaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalCaasiaaaH BDaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLaaaaan HLiaaaaaaaaaaala-BaaaaaaaaaaBaaaa- Cut out nil dead trivs nlsiiit place and inakr ilrewHl of hem. will Oneiitiarter acre of s not cost uiu.ch t plaul, and It will give an nbi!Uilauc of fruit the season through. There time lo do some riNit grafting of apples. The Hon should be Iwo or time times n long as the root. Clan to do some topwurklng this spring. This Is a gnl way to get tetums from unproductive trees that are Ihrlfl.v When ordering seed for the garden try some vegetables von have not iisisl before. SaNIfy, Hwl-- s chard and eiidlve ate gissl sorts lo try. Wealthy is one of the most Tie widely grown and prolituhle of the fall apples. It Is a money maker, eieu In apple districts. farm of ITS ucter. very fertile, frontage on 2 pikes, I mile of City limits Lancaster, Well watered, dwelling anj other out buildings, 10 acre tobarro Iof 2H0 ton concrete silo. Hurry, some one is sure to buy this one. . A suburban home of acres, on pike 1 mile of City limits, brick duelling, jltrge barn and other out buildings. A farm of 1M acres, partly rolling land, good improvement, nn pike with about 100 acres of cliff and grazing land thrown in, A fs.-of 2ill acres on two pikes, can be divided in several f si ins. No improvements but a number of building sites. Fine location. Land lies well. A fertile farm of ISt acres with splendid improvements, land lies well j A 11 and is on pike. A small farm of '2S acres, with . room hous, yood orchard, well located, oi pike, close to school and churches, or III acres with large barn ndjoiniug can be ndded, making !kr acres. Possession at once. A farm of 12-'- i acres, close to town. Urge tobacco barn and fine building site on pik'e for dwelling, A fann of '.IS acres, partly rolling, fine lanu, splendid improvements right on pike. A farm of 128 acres, i miles from town, on pike, land partly rolling splendid improvement.. A farm of 111) acres of line Inud well improved, on pike accessible to mar-k- it of tluee county seats, land lies well, A small farm of IS acres, mile from pike, with good itnprov-men- t. CITY PROPERTY: New intslern dweilinif of H rooms. 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern improvements, furnare heated, electric lights, water works, small modern burn and t acies of land. A dwelling of 0 rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. A number of other dwellings and building lota. For further particulars and prices Inquire of ! 9 : 9 I apacea between ruws itialn a part of the anil molrture for the critical or ear forming period. Cultivation and the drilling of wheat, pens or beans lu the corn are made easier, as well aa the harvesting ot the corn. A western Kansas cornfield, showing rows seven feet ntsirt. Wide Ideal Alane Wnel Truth. Is nut the truth. It 1 tliM luirt of III., trutti fit,. l..... nttnluisl. Tin- - blenl Is lh t rut t- itin- - whole truth.- - ;. Slnuley Lis-- . The Hctual SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. I in -- ' llin.ll lllil 11- - I'lii ooi should bo cut t" lit the nt indoles exactly, but It Is very attractive to let them hang lu straight fullness from a plate it Utile nlmru the elbotV. These sleeves should l;e turned up In it uur a line of "'' '"'ll 1,1 I'h'i'i1 i i wT I I B. F. Wilmot, J. U. Pope. J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, W. R. Cook, A'. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T, C. Rankin. Wm. 0, Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, R. E. Henry. Bright Herring. A. I). liradshaw, Scott Huffman R. L. Barker. Wm. and Lizzie Onstntt. Frtd J, ,vrlst Mow Now, from the old sleeves cut u neat s of an lucb strip about wide and stitch this on both sides, the fullness of the sleeves at the wrist In n few gathers at the back of the wrist, fasten It securely nnd finish Iho wrht with the strip of llio Mile nil material, leuvlng-th- t ends of the sleeves ,o fmu u ()Mlllt rllIIl. lll01It ,ll0 hall(I. lltl) tK. (fu.u WVW1 lu frock see that It is as cleuu us possible. tMM ,,"11 u,lv '" " '" ",""l','le "'""rv frock in gasoline, rub vvell "n,l I"" " ""' li""H 1" r','l' ringing the gaso. olJt ,u (,r. ,vtluUt lll0 ,mt Ar t wpl )0foit. trying t near the gown. Aud now comes the final renovation. which consists of cutting out the old collar and neck fixings, which lire always sure to show iho wear Hint, and Dnlshlug the neck line lu n deep V. Now, with Uio repair money still In hand buy it Ochu. Very pretty deep Qvhus with ends at the front can be bad for SO cents or a dollar mado of sheer hum. trimmed with luwu ruffles. For the suuie outlay, of course, a liner tichu could lie made nt bouie, or If you have tuote to spend a Uchu of georgette crape could be bought. Extremely effective are Ucbus of doublo frilling made especially for this purpoaa lu georgette crape, tict or tine luwu. I ,T XJTl",,, - ""' nte ilosed by eiilllvaiiou, the plant tools an plated well below the sur- Transcript. Ky. face. A dis'p soil uutlcfi can be maintained without lujur,v to the mots. Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. Disappointed. No. 10 Cincinnati Express, The plants nn more securely braced "Did you have it good lime shopping I dully 4:30 a m to withstand winds than whin surface today, my denrJ" asked .Mr. Flubdub. No. 4 Speplanted. !"No. I didn't." snapped .Mrs. Flubdub.. AiiKl.'t:. C:0.'l a.m. cial, dally lu some semlaiid sx'iious inrly sum- "I found exactly what we looking mer conilliious uiv favorable for rapid for In Ihe very first store." Judge. 4Iaysvi!la, connecting at llichmot, No. 28 Blue Grass Special, To daily excopt Sun...0:08 a.m. growth. Tho plants iiinkt a lender, with 1. & N to Frankfort & Louiivillc; No. II Carolina Special, lapiil ginvvih and bed ino hilier than Propriety. Ihe laicr molstuic Mivly will support. dally 7:00 a.ni No 7) ; 8:.sr. a. m. "Now, girlie, shall I cut jour mime Listing ictnrd this rapid early giontb - Local Express, dniiy 1:35 p.m. No. und my name lu Ihe bark of this tree?" To Rowland & Stanford connecting nnd is often ii ilc l.liil iidviiulage on Llmlteil. "I supine... then will be nothing to nt Rowland, I. & N to nil points South, No. Ibis itcioiiiit duily 5:20 p.m. an- - very short criticize lii that." said Ihe detir girl, Where the siusnni, j No. 12 Roynl Pr.lm, daily.. G:37 p.m. than listing, pro M,il vnu ii so cut the mime of siirl'aie piaiitiug Is No 2M; 11:01 a. m. as l In letarillng of e.ttijr growth leaves my chaperon." Health To Richmond, connecting with L & No. C Local Express, the plants lusulllclciit lime to leach gem IT. N to Irvine A; Ueattyville, Lexington inaliiilty. When siirfiiie pl.uillng Is daily 11:03 a.m. & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. pnuiietsl on fi.ltiy level laud it is Couldn't Feme Uncle SI. No. 11 Royal Palm, dailyll:20 n,m. "So she took your old uncle front usually udvUnhhi to plant lu checks to No. 1 New Orleans LimNo 70; II SOU. m. penult cross cultivation. Cms culti- Vermont to the banquet Inst night? ited, daily lltfS a.m. To Richmond, connecting with fast vation makes viced nnd glass control Didn't the prnfiHloti of cutlery lit his No. lii Carolina Special, easier. It also usslsts cultivation, dry- plalo bother hlinV" "It did nt first, train to Cincinnati. ' daily 10;ir p.m. ing nnd wuriulng n larger prut of the t Then he gave It up, pushed Ills three No. ,:! Spesoil surface. forks tislife, mid proceeded to oat with No 27; 2:04 p. m. cial, dally 11:35 p.m. Evening A thin slnud of plants Is nu ehsen-tlahis knife." Boston To Louisville, connecting nt Lebanon No. feature of suicessful corn growing Spe'Junction to Elizubethtowti & Bowling lu regions of ilmlled molstuie supply. cial, duily 11:52 p.m. When planting Is dutio with u lister In Green, nnd nt Bardstown Junction to No. 27 Illuo Grass Spe- With Slight Reservations. feet rows threo'to three und B.irditovvn & Snringfield. "Lord," prayed cinl, daily except old deacon, "keep apart the plants should Is' one lu a us from growling thethu vveitll;er Provint Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. place und from eighteen to thirty-sidence sends; tiiaki us resigned to hot No a; H:!2 p. m. For rates, routes nnd information Inches upatt, depending upon the rainmill fold, storm nnd suushlim; but if fall and Ihe fertility and Iho water It's not nsklng too much, please send , To Stanford, connecting with fast call upon or address M. J. Couglilln, holding capacity of thu soli, lu suragent; 'pliono 31(i train to Bristol & Atlanta. more reitKoniible xveulher 'long face planted corn vvllli Iho hills three tts about enmpiiieetlil' lime, for us It Is f feet upiirt each way tho and enough to set tho stuud should not bo thicker than two now. It's almost hot plants per hill. Even with the ho.it of river on fire!" Atlanta Constitution. seed luoru kernels should be pldhtlsl thun the number of phinls desired. Another Use for Straws. Kotuo voting plants, uioMl.i the weaker i A father whs explaining to his oldest ones, will iellsh. sou tho inclining of u straw vole nnd liicorporHtfd, The Usual distance between corn said tho expression prohahly originated feet, from the old saving "that straws show rows Is ubout three nnd which is a convenient dl.tanco for All which wtty the wind blows," Ills youngAVItU the rows ut this est son, not being us much Interested the roots meet between tho rows In presidential candidates its In cu339-43 or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention aud. occupy .all of the upper soil be- linary matters, said: "Yes, nnd straws Phones fore the coru comes into tassel. show whether the cuke Is done or not, lu certain droughty sections, where too." the seasons are coiupatntll'cly long, lu- - And There He Stopped. "lllurfc'.i! poses us a hustler, doesn't lie'" "Well. ,ves; h's ulttii.vs ener-getl- e 111 lenehlug u conclusion that something ought to be done." Boston L. & N ISouthern Rail Road. Danville. North-boun- 1 C- I South-houn- Trim-scrip- t. I'uu-bn- ' one-h.il- Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For F oue-lut- u Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.