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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 15, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917031501_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 15, 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. TWKNTY SEVENTH YKAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 15. 1917. ,ESV ATTRACTIVE CAR. Mr. uoy M. Arm. lil, of Danville, was in town imp ilny thin week exhibiting the I'.ll" Chevrolet cur, for which ho has thf agency for Ho) If nnil Garrard county. This good cur lint many niiiI mors m tins nnd adjoining counties, owing tn its well limit qualities ami medium price. NUMBfcR 60. 3f1EIE D flE COUNTY ATTORNEY BUYS FARM. 4 sa it it vir 1 GOOD PLUMBING Installed on Sanitation lines is what you want WOODHRATIIER. marriage of Miss Mary Wood In Mr. (Veil I'rather came as ii su'prie In their friends. The were mHrried in Stanford liy l!ev. Karly nnil after the ceremony motored back to Lancaster. Miss Miirv is h daughter of Mrs. Gar- rett Wood and Mr. I'rather is a pros, perous young farmer of the Kuckeje section, both are popular, counting their friends liy their Tin- - Swlncbroad the lienl Kstate Man, reKirts that he has put gold m County 14 Attorney ii. t Walker for Sam Cotton 1his farm of V'X acres for Sll.oOO.IH). This farm is located I mile from town and has a fine frontage on the Stanford pike and while it has no improvements except n largt ham it is one of the most desirable farms near town and tve . If . Nunnally's Candies. "J he Ice Cream 1'atlor. think Mr. Valkr showed good judge- and need. Save health of your family, it is a ment in the purchase Solicits your business nnd will AT SCHOOL i READING serve you promptly. AUDITORIUM. Miss Alta Hammond, the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr. Joe Hammond, of this county, will give a read ing at the school Auditorium Saturday night at eight o'clock. She will read from that intensely interesting hook ". Molly Miss Ham mond is just from a rchool of expression and we are sure the evening and small price of admission will be pleas. antly spent bv those who attend. For oulv 15 and ' cents we can assure ou an enjoyable evening. pleasure, cost no more e Fresh Vegetables Fruits and than poor plumbing. Let us explain plans-wwill save you money. Conn IP E Brothers. HAD THINGS HIS OWN WAY linn. .1 If M..H..I ,.r I ,..,..u... the only one of the Senatorial a.niruntal here at court Monday and he hud things ins own way. Kepmsentative II. flay Kuuirman, of Lancaster, wus at his post at Frankfort and Hon. .lav Harlan of lloyle. wn at Frankfort arguing a case in the Federal court. Mr Mount told the I. J. that he was more than plea-e- d always on hand. Prompt delivery anywhere in the city. Meal Served Telephone Any Hour LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. with conditions in his race and MAKING tlut hi hut) man new pledges of sup port giien linn while here Inteiiir W. O. KING, No 202. MONEY AND Journal. FRIENDS. BOTH GAME FIGHTERS. Tliat Lincoln county will have one tule enough scrap In the August is certain since Will ti. Ilurch. the present County Attorney, lias a cundiilutc for and SPRING OPENING Wdrch lth. Store A Full Line Of Millinery and also in every department you will find new and striking offerings. the Democratic renominatlon. Altlm a cripple Hill Ilurch can light it out uuh the lest of them on the hustling and in the political gam he is n put mas. terr His opiionent is Judge John Sam Owsley, another game lighter, and the contest between these two will attract attention wherever they are known. Louisville Times Mr. Joe S Ilaselilen, who is the chief live wire with the Consolidated ItealtJ Company, writes friends bete that he i riding on the high wave of prosperity, having just closed a .ale at Holly (inne. Ark, where he had just sild $(Hi worth of lots and had the cash. 1 hese lots were purchased as a whole a few weeks ago for ?3.omi. leaving a net profit for Mr. Ilaselden of $T.IKKI. Mr. 1'. W. Wells, of this county i associated Mr. Iluselden and their friends "back home" are proud of their success Their next sale of lots will be at Lebanon Ky. FLY THE FLAG i GOOD LAW PROPOSED Would Abolish a Nuisance IN LOVING MEMORY Of Mrs. Jane Denny Robinson BANK STATEMENTS. bvjons 5usi? Cash Lancaster, I II IP Ii Wear n smile it is warmer in winter nd cmiler in summer. Itev. t). F. Swindle, of I.exington will pleach at the Haptist Church next Sunday morning and night. Ten million men have been killed, wounded, captured or are missing in the Kuropean war. according to figures just compiled. The number of dead is and to be more than I, tHO.OnO. "The choice of books, like that of the choice of friends, is a serious duty. We are as resxnsihlc for what we read as what we do." And it may be added that we are largely retponsible for what our children read. I wonder where they get 'em all those sljle. These windows full of fashions by the miles, Wonder whose imaginations Figure out the waist creations To add lint i our grave tiuniicial trial. If we wile to read Something like this we would know at once the bridegroom was u man of wealth; "The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of spinu'li and wore around her neck u tringof genuine potatoes, with a cauliflower penant, the gift of the groom. " . m 4t V In this issue of the Itecnrd is printed the financial condition of the Citizens National Hunk and The National Hank, at the close of business, March Sth. Ky. These are the best statements w have irs.ll ever ptinted and we dare say are the i ii best that were ever printed by either bank, in the past ten ears. The indiHigh tirade Feed For The Cows, For vidual deposits of the National Hank The I'igs, For The Horses, Mules and how $301,6.m;1,70 and the deposits of the Citizens Hank about $250,000. Hoth .Sheep. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. hanks are in a nourishing condition, showing largo surplus and undivided An amendment to the Senate rules profits. s giving of its members the tmwer to prevent filibusters and limit debate, has been pasted bv the Senate. SORELY AFFLICTED. The vote vas 70 to 3, Senators Gronna, Mr. W. L. I'rather who lives in the I.a Folletteand Sherman voting against th. change. Action on the amendment eastern section of the countv.near Nina, His wife came unexpectedly after only six hours is critically ill of pneumonia. of debate. The change in rules is de- has only recently recovered from n signed to prevent filibusters such as serious attack of typhoid fever and at blocked actum on the Armed Neutrality this tune has a son in the hospital at Richmond in n serious condition. About Hill. one year ago Mr. I'rather lost a daugh The mere appearunce of a Herman ter from diphtheria and a few months submarine or Its periscope in the pres- ago lot a twelve year old son, from ence of an American armed merchant drinking too much whiskev. which he vessel would inlllle that ship, according had found in a bottle near the home. to.State Department opinion, to take Mr. and Mrs. I'rather have the symall measures of protection on the pre- pathy of the community in their pore sumption that the purxse atllictlon. was hostile. Under the ruling no American armed BIRTHDAY DINNER. merchantman could lire on ii (ierniuu Mrs. I!ch-- llastin entertained at an submarine the moment it is sighted, without being considered as taking ag- elegant dining Monday in honor of her The splendid gressive action 'I his view is based on father, Mr. Will Lear. (jerinauy'H declared intention to sink dinner and congenial fiiends tented on sight within certain zones nil vessels around the festal board were honoring I'm j ears that had been passid by neutral as well as belligerent nnd tho whelhei passeng. r easel, freighters Mr. Lear. Judging by his happy face, and no grey hairs, these have been or cotitiubuud carriers. rii Mrs. Jane Denny Knbinson died at her home on Kichmond street Wednesday morning, her death following a stroke of apoplexy which she sulfated two weeks ago, only regaining at short intervals pnd recognizing the loved ones at her bedside long enough to show love and appreciation. In this manner the spirit lingered in its house of clay until 6:30 o'clock yesterday morning, when the silver cord was loosened, the golden bowl broken, and her beautiful spirits set sail on that sea whose bosom has never borne the image of a returning sail. Mrs. Kobinson was one of the best women it has ever been our privilege to know and love. Her whole life was one long exhibition of unselfish devotion to others. In that quiet circle in which th moved she shed the rajs of a great love on all ul khi t her. Modest and unassuming, she found her greatest happiness in the happiness of those she loved. To herjoung friends was she especially attached, und she basked in the sunshine of the adoration of their hearts. She was a true Christian in the fullest meaning of the word. At an early age she gave herself to her Lord, being leared in n I'rtsbyterian family she first joined that church to which she was ever devoted, but being a real daughter of Isreal in her early mar ried life she said; "Thy people shall be my people" nnd united with the Chris-- 1 tian church with her devoted husband. Her lamp was ever trimmed and burning nr.it alio was ready to answer the last call. Often in her last days the was heard to say; "I am hving so close' to Jesus nnd I am ready tu go " A simple faith, a lasting lidcht) and a l.eart full of love and charity sum up the characteristics of this good woman. Tlieie could be no more illuiiiiiuitirg illustration of her character than n i dents tlut have occured this wiutei when she would hand to n friend Mine money and uk that it be used for aoine one in distress. Today as she lies on her bier in In r i home, hallowed bv her presence, she ' will'be surrouirJul by a throng of spir-- l its of those to whom sho gave of her! bounty and her love. Mrs. UolnnKni wus born Nov. V',' IKil. On Feb. Lltli 1M she was uniu in marriage to Mr. Alex ('. KoIjIiimm . Mr. Kobinson died J mi. ti l'Jlu, Imvi... lived a peaceful, happy married life. their only sorrow being when they lost their lirst born, their son, Kinley, just as be attained joung manhood. Their family now grown, ure all useful citizens attesting the characters of this worthy couple. They are Mrs. Joe l'axton of Stanford, Messrs Jake, Fleece and (ieorgo Kobinson. The funeral services will be conducted tomorrow, Friday, at her late home at 2;30 o'clock by Elder V. M. Tinder and II. S. Hudson, after which Interment will take place in the Lan- The proposal of Senator Huntsman that the Legislature enact a law taxing the concessions for tipping at the cloak rooms racks of hotels, restaurants and similar places has caused much interest in Louisville. It is estimated that the proposal would mean a license of about oi $, n0oa year for each privilege and these were hackneyed words yesterday; wruld end this lucrative enterprise they are full of meaning. The system which the proposed legis- "The Hag is the symbol of our Gov-- 1 lation would abolish or at least give the eminent. It stands for freedom, for 'state a chance at the "rake off," has opportunity, for equality. It stands for nng been under censure. Although the sacred rights which the heroic men of jiips which are given at the cloakrooms the nation have maintained in parlia , and racks are received bv smilini? vounp mentary halls and diplomatic confer- girls, who presumable keep them, such ences and on red battlefields. It is is not the case. These are turned over fomething high and holy. to the local manager of the foreign "So raise the Hag over your house or syndicate which has purchased the conyour business building. It will make cessions, and the girls are paid a straight every man who passes by feel his salary of $35 a month. The checking-tippinAmericanism a little more keenly. It privilege at The will stimulate the spirit of patriotism. Seelbach is owned by a Uuffalo syndiIt will help us all to realize that we are cate. Those at the Hotel Henry Water-soOld Inn and Maganolia Garden are one people, owing allegiance to one Government, moving unitedly to one controlled by a Chicago concern, which goal. And it may strengthen the reso- has similar connections all over the lution of those who pass by to live, for country, and that at the Tyler by anthe flag, and. if necessary, to die for other Chicago firm. It is said that the it." contract with The Seelbach nets that Cotton Seed Meal For Sale. Hu 'son. hotel $1,000 a year, the Hotel Henry Waterson $G00 and the Old Inn $750 a Hughes & Farnau. year. The Haltimore Sun seta forth the reasons for this in definite terms. Notli- mg can lie added to its remarks. They follow . "These are days in which it is almost as essential to show your patriotism as it is to feel it. These are days in which every man ought to realize all that his Atnericen citizenship is, all that it involves, all that it demands of him. Life. . I .1. III pursuua. . r Inappmess and Protect the Public from Impositions. ""'""""r y I 3 o B n3 fT) CO 13 T3 D3 w S O o. o re no (n 09 o o crq o e - a o n -I M re a o $ 53. 5? ' tT V at SJ IT 4- ' ANOTHER --4 BREAKFAST BACON happy years with every promise of many more. Those uskul toiline with Jnm were F. M. Tinder, V. A. Lear. II. V. Uastin. A. II. Iliutin, Ho liastiu ami W. I. Duddernr of Lincoln. The Hecurd extends congratulation nnd best wishes of many hnppj returns of natal day tu Mr. Lear. ox n2 to - Hp 3 M Ha!i S2 O 3 o oa 3 C. .5 B r-- c r- a rt 09. tr n n W n tn C CO 5 CO OO. re' VI O! iLiii IHikcs a person up fur the work or the .lay Nnthini ele is so satisfying, mulling elst supplies an equal amount of enerjly to do things" ILLITERACY CELEBRATION. a c X3 PKOVID1NG the Bacon is mild, sweet and nicely streaked with fat and lean. Now you illicit think it was an easy matter to find HUT IT ISNT. Most Uacons .ire too salty, or too fat or too lean, or too soinethinti or other. If you prefer something just ritfht wo can uivo it to you. Our Bacon can bo served to children as well us grownups. It can he enjoyed by tip) ollice worker as well as the outdoor laborer. Try tin order. K such Haeon ft Theo Currey. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS. . At Manchester, up in Clay count), not long ago, there was a celebration which probably standi without a pu ll He I in history. The ranking fe.iture was u parade. At the head ot the col umn "I'nclo" L'd Stiverr, li'J years of age, carried an American Hag. In the imposing line, lie was .text to the oldest Kcholar-f- or every one of tie! ilu'7 men and women were beginners in school. They were ct lebrutiitg their emancipation. They had learned to read urn! write. They were u battalion of the V4 army which the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission is delivering out of bondage. "No Illiteracy In Kentucky In Wit)" is the slogun of the movement. The aim for 11)1(1 was to teach '.iX) persons to read and write. What is Garrard doing to forward this movement? Are we doing anything to deliver our state and county f4 sW o W o o3J 3" n oi 2 r tn 5. h ui o 2 P a o 0) c kJ rs hi i in CD 3 -' 3 a E 5 !i H a r orq Q. tn 3 fl o p. a a re nc o 3W out of the hard of Illiteracy? caster cemetery. The Central Record, Thursday, March 15, 1917. DC 3C 1L THE DC KINGDOM HEALTH 3 OF ' Ml Health, Strength, Vitality within your 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 investigate the Wonderful Cures beingmade by the great COM-CEL-SAB THE GltKAT HOOT AND IlKltll MEMCINK. day. MANSE. And then when comes the smell of (lowers und the tread of soft steps, si id Mrs. D. I). Centers is improving Tery the crunching of the hearse's wheels in slowly. j the gravel out In front of my place, Mr nnil Mrs John Huberts spent Sunmake the ceremony short and the epiday with his sou, Mr Jim Kobertn. taph simple; "Here Lies a Man". The Miss Kate Wells spent Saturday night Ilillboard. and Sunday with her home folks. Miss Sidlic Ander.iou spent Saturday GOV and Sunday with Miss Allie Creech. Dillard Simpson has been quite ill. Mis Kate Holunin and brother Jim, Mrs. Mary It. Preston slid continues spent Friday night with the grand-par-entsvery low. Mr. Otto Howling spent Saturday H. H. Preston had a valuable cow to night and Sunday with his cousin. Mrs. die last week. Noithem White Seed Oats. Hudson, Harri'on Mavs. Mrs. W. P. Anderson and Mrs Hob-ert- s Hughes & rarnau. spent 1'iiday with Mrs. Julia Wed. Mrs. Nan Cobb is reported some bet-- j dies at Carters Hie. ter at nils writing, Miss I.illie Hodman returned home U. (!, Haiti also bought a loud from Saturday after spending several weeks same party for$.1.IK. ! Mr. Emory Howling Is at home with RHEUMATISM CALNOT BE his parents after- - spending several weeks with his sisters RUBBED AWAY. High Gratle Feed Kor The Cows, Fur Eminent medical nuthorities agree to The Pigs. For The Horses, Mules and Sheep. Hudson, Hughes A-- Famaii. the fact that t'ric Arid is the base of ALL HIILI'MATIC THOl'IILKS, Teinimrary relief from the suffering MARKSBUKY may be afforded by the use of Sodium Childhood Health Through The Use of Dear Sirs: Bright and Happy Restored to R. COM-CEL-SA- I wish 1 could make other men understand how Rrateful I and jour Cheyenne feel for the great benefit Uotli of eny boys were Hemedies have been m my family. 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 tleat terribly. We had tried every thing we could hear of; nothing did any good, You cannot know the when we began using joy we felt when both boys began to have refreshing sleep, pains stopped, indigestion stopped. They began to play, look rusy cheekeil and gained llesh, worms quit bothering them; in fact they were like dillerent boys altogether. Sly wife has derived vonder-fu- l results from the Hoots and Herb, in fact we are herbalists now, using nothing but Hoot and Herb medicine in the home. Yours Truly, (Jen. At. Cuclda. (Grocer) 733 Vine St. Louisville. Ky. The human mind can never fully ramify the depths or herghts of the mighty power of Nature. Through Nature we have our being. Nature provides feed, clothing, air, water, sunshine lor the maintence of life and for disease. Nature mpplies the only rational, successful and radical cure through Hoots and Herbs. It I" not guess work empiricism, but is 11 proven fact, as attested bv Mr Guelda and hundreds of others who have been cured. Then, whv will vou neglect the chance to cure vcurself when it can be done so easily by the use of the God given Hoots and Herbs. Neighbors ami 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 Hemedies rnd Will vou suffer or will vou be healed? This question is put dilectly to you reader, and it applies not onlv to you, iut to those who are dear to you. It applies to every member of the human race with awful force, for disease is the greatest enemv of mankind and Hoots and Herbs is the only successful weapon you can secure. Send for the great book, "The Cowboy Herbalist" studv it, learn the great possibilities held out to you, then act. Sold at Johnson Speaks was the guest of Mrs. I Nan Moberly Sunday. Mr. Charlie Land bought from Hunter Davis u horse for Jllto. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carter attend. I ed preaching at lluckeve Sunday. Willie Moberly bought a load of corn from Mose Hay for $3.fiO per bbl. Sanders llros., have a beautiful line of new spring goods jus' opened. Abe Ilurton bought 30 bbl. of corn from Dave Sutton, price unknown. A. I., and J, 1. Sanders sold u steer, I to Dick Martin of Danville forV'.'O. Tom Mc.Millian bought a bunch of shoats from different parties ptice. flij I er head. Elijah McMillian sold a mule In Phil McMillan for flU. also hought a liorM-- j from Tom Hicks for JIEfl Mrs. Herbert Carter and Mis lVa.'hio ' Mae Sanders were visitors of Mrs. Sam John'on of Lancaster Wednesday. i Hev. Don Carlos Jume delivered I three verv intertsting sermons at Scotts Fork Saturday night and Sun- lay. with her grand parents. Salicylate, Iodide. Plasters, Liniments, Ivu Poynter bought a bunch uf shouts Hot Itaths, etc., but the cause must be for HI cents. eradicated before f rmaneut relief can Jim ('lurk sold u lot of cittle weigh- be execled. ing !fil lbs at average at N. The Cause Musi Be Destroyed Cultivated Hemp Seed Oats Fur Sale. Hudson, Hughes X Fnrnau. At no season of the vear Is one free Mrs. Hen Hughes of Lancaster has from the dangers of Hheumatism. Changes IN weather precipitate this been visiting her sister, Mis? Susan K. Sutton. acid in exposed parts mill Intense uf. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith of Crab firing is the result. To be entirely free from HIIEU.MA Orchard have been visiting Mr anil Mrs TIC THOl'IILES, the EXCESSIVK Frank Higgins. ACID must be Hev. J. W. Milium left .Monday fur amount of I'HK' eliminated from the a) stem. Somerset where he will be In attendAKLO REMOVES THE CAUSE ance at the Hible Institille. Mrs. A. J. Kiev was in I.exingtuu Altl.O, the New Wonderful Itemed), last week shopping, stopping at will not only cause a free excretion of to visit her sister. MrsGrithth. the I'ltlC ACID from the system, but Misses Elizabeth ami l.ula Simpson will tin vent an increase in the pnslur-tioof this ixiison, and eliminate the are spending several days in Cincinnati this week in consultation of Miss Lula's future Kissibihies of Hheumatlc truu physician. Mrs. Troy Hogg in companv with Mis Annie lllanks were recently out horseback riding. Mrs Hogg who wis several yards in front in a fast gallop, was thrown against a gate imt injuring her side, when the horse sudJenly turned down a Inne anil threw her. .Mrs. H'ibt v'lsrk who owns one of the best cows ill the country, not only supplies her own table with butter but furnishes this scarce delicacy to a number of others, 'Mrs cow gives 10 lbs of butter weekly o- - drv feed, but when grass comes' she futmshrs her owner Ii! iHHimls every week. bles. The action Coughs Worse at Night The umplril nj quicarit vajr lo gel rid ol a westing, ricking night cough, tickling Ihrosl, home, wbcciy Lrcalh ing ii to like Foley's Honey and Tar. la it, )ou rt the curative intlurnce o( the pine tar and other hraKng ingredient!, together with the mollifying and laxative action of honey. CJitar C T. Mtllff, Caatirlton, IsJ. vrriKai "1 waa frouMrd with hroo-chiafferlion and rovlhrt con.'antlr Jar and mint. I look toly'a luinev and Tar and t It It f rrat lor bronchial rolja and rmifha. I.a frippe anj bronchial rouiha, crimp, hoar.r ncaa, lulliuf throat, ate all ninthly relieved. Sold Everywhere. uf Altl.O corrects ami strengthens the KIDNEYS, which havt become weakened bv their tiver.actior while attempting lo pass the excesive HIIEl'MATIC ACID from the svstrm Altl.O is sold exclusively in l.ancat ter bv Stormrs Drug Store. Tciy Jack. IMlth "t Hi. Jink told n iliizin girls lie lnvisl them liefore he l.i Mthel "Well. toil." nil rlsht. xike nf II he told me they When I tuerel) rrpri"elltii steps In his pro grvslim to his presi nt Ideal. priHl lhr Why Shamed by Blotchy Skin mifffrer from IVtma or If rni ar? mufirfitlj- pimply kln, joti know juit what i It to hare that bu tall la tin.:, tuck, vanl fti'llrii; nNmt nutting Ptranera ami flntliuf frl'Tid. Mnj- n tlrui )uu har Kxikul :iii f bo clrror ami wfitil that jit.ir Un won.-- , .to tiki hIIkt ivopl that juti knoiv. "w I (Lout n ItUmliU." Till wlri an If )iinrt for tti aAlnc. If on will pi ti the ilruirclit and pnwure a bottle of f an kln retufille, 1, 1. the KrfUtt'Bt (Pply It atvordlni: ti l.rfctlin. In a hort lime your kln Hill t as ft nt retret. tVme In ant ok for a bottle tinlaj on our Diimfy-laimjiraotef. Ak aUo ahntit I). U. D. fcua, tUt kevpt t!io lUu hvallh). , am mmerlime in Florida Jbr- car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. in., arrivin;; Jacksonville S:50 p. in. Tlirouh Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. in. Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, Aunuvt?, I !urWo;i, Columbia, Savannah, Samir.eivilltt a. I c he: smu'iern rciurts. Vir.iiz Car eriicar WlntfrTour- t.aiu el - and IHmricfl. cr" Kicurston 'i H" in cttrct "Unpovrri 'I tr.fnr:.,atioiianil andothcrtr ,llfiluri. lirci lro;:i lcil outi.crn It. nway acnt or wrile B.H.Todd.Diftr:rtP.a:'r A;rn!,rrL niJc,LouiilU,Kr Two Daily Trains: Thronli Pullman L STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC D.D.D. R. E McHoberts. For IS Years the Standard Skla Remedy Ky. Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Ilroadwav. LOUISVILLE. KY. Iancattr. Siinthent Railway The Southern 1 3L DC 1 C A ten-ye- 3 old bov overheard a about certain bills to be paid, and conceived the idea of making out a bill for his own services. So the next morning he laid this statement on his mother's breakfast plate: "Mother owes Wilie for carry ing coal siX'times, twenty cents; for bringing water lots of times, thirty cents; for going on errands, fifteen cents." His mother read DON'T WASTE TIME the bill but said nothing about it. That It's a waste of time to experiment evening Willie found on his plate the with liniments and plasters when vou seventvfive cents and also another bill have a dull, throbbing backache or which read as follows: Willie owes his sharp, stabbing twinges. Get after the motter for his happy nnme for ten years, nothing; for his food and clothcause! Help the kidneys with Doan's j ing, nothing; for nursing him through AlUney rills. Ueatl tills a long illness, nothing: total nothing." John TrirnbV, Stanford l'ike. When Willie saw the seventy-livcents says: "I have used Doan's Kid he was pleased. Iiut when he read his ney l'ills with benelit when rnv kidneys 'have been out of order. I suffered from mother's bill his eyes grew dim und his lips quivered Then he took the money weakness and dull pains across inv back to his mother, threw his arms about and loins. At times could not do any neck and begged that she would let stooping or lifting on accutont of the her him do lots of things for her. Mv kidneva sharn naiiis in mv back. Mother's bill is rarely presented, but I acted irregularly. Doan's Kidney ills pay each person to think it out relieved the pains in my back and put It will and over for himself und then pay it in my kidneys in good condition." love and services. - Exchange.. I'rice GOe, at all dealers. Djii'I simply ask for a kidney remedy -- get Doan's Kidney l'ills the same that Mr. A COMMENDABLE PRAYER, Trimble had. Kustcr.Mliuurn Co.. Lan-cate- r, e 1 1 liuf-fal- Once to ever man and nation comes the moment to decide In the strife of truth with falsehood for the good or evil side! Some great cause, God's new Mejsinh, offering each the bloom or blight. Puts the goats upon the left hand and the sheep upon the right. And the choice goes by forever 'twixt that darkness and that light. (Jamei Kussell Lowell.) A BILL WE CAN'T PAY 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 Feed, Corn and Oats Chop 9 We do not know who Homer McKee iimv happen to be. hut certulnly Homer McliWit praver. us puhli.shtd In the BRIGHTEN YOUR CORNER haunts statu bo.ud of iieelth, is some-- ; Whatever you may think of Hiily thing that would be woith wnile foi all Sunday, the world is somewhat indebt- of us to consider; und if we commit the ed to him for the preailing of the idea principle to heart we idimot go f.ir in liis famous oiig, "llrightni the Coi uatiay. line it in; . Whore You Are." Tench ii.e that M liitnutm make un ' Things may bo going, us man) lioui, 10 ounces one luund, und l'o to thu demuitioii but the' cunu one dollar. big green ball will bo just u little bit Help mo to live so (hat I can iietlouii better if you do your share towuid at night with a clear coi.snem e, withmaking it so. out u "un unler mv pilloA- und unburnnThe whole darn ollice may have u ed by the faces of those to whom I have grouch, but if you smile and keep on! In ought pain. smiling the rest won't seemsogrouchv. I hcieech Thee, that Grunt, I may Wife may be out o' sorts, und the eurn my meal ticket on the tquare, und coffee may be weak, but if you gun in doing thereof thut 1 may not .tick and bear it uncomplainingly thugs the gulf where it does not belong. won't be so bad. Deafen me to the jingle of tainted Your street may be a string of hovels, money and the rustle of unholy skirts, but if von plant Mowers and vines on Itlind trie to the faults of the other, your corner, the entire block will be fellow, but reveal to me my own. unproved. Guide me so that each right when 1 Hypocrisy may be rampant on this earth, but if you are honest und straight-foiwar- d look across the dinner tuble at my wife, your example will set 'em who has been a blessing to me, that I will have nothing to conceal. going your way. Keep me young enough to laugh at All together, now "Urighten the corner where you are!" my children und to lose myself in their N. Y. J nr Oats and ! Timothy 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 feed, commonly known as ship-stufand cotton see meal. A small quantity of this is very good for the cow mid makes more butter. For the hogs, brood sows and growing pigs, we tail jjusatiiMiainr have 60 per cent protein tankage, wheat middlings, wheat bran and rye middlings. These need not be 9 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 you need. Our first sale to you will be repeated many times. e f, iiiiMnM-rTTnnr"i- 9 Q 0 0 0 0 0 Don't Tail to call mid set! us when in tnvvii, wu like to have jnu mid offer yon every assistance fur better fanning. Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, March 15, 1917. - wonder If all who nrr boiling with just Indignation over the nrtlon of the "little grnupof willful men" who nought to tic tha hand of the (lovernment, realize that they tliemself belong in that group if they object to universal military tralningT That group voteii exactly a they should have voted If ificJirutJafiLfaciJ llidn will lip rrrelvvil dy (lie fiscal they were op'posed to universal military nf (iHrmril Counlv Al'ltll, rtrrf, training. court 11)17 for rrpnirine the following This doctrine, that someone else I TUKNI'IKKS IN (JAItltA III) COUNT V ought to take an interest in politics and KY, for tin- - ji'ur I'lidinc Dec. ll, I 'J 17. government and purify it, that someot.e else should fight our battles for us, will furnUlieil liv thr tftinrric will ! be the ruination of this republic. It county on rn'ctiuiii where the rminly oiemo to be fi, rover "someone else" mvim itmrrlea, where mnio la iiwtinl l)y who i expected to do things for them tin- - county, contrnctnr must furni.tli selves. nine. Said tnetHl ahull ho liroKrii mif. Some ask, "Why lax everybody? tloli'iitly line to puss tlirouy I) utwu j r i v Why not select 10 percent of the people rin at its urrntest ilinm.ter. Siiid to pay our taxes for u riiiI excut-- the rnotnl uliall bo irt'iid by contractor lie rest? Why not select 10 per cent to tWft'll light for us?" What 10 percent, should be selected the hirelings? If those November 1st and December 15th. who argue this way had lived lit the Ijv county time of the licvolutinn they would have Hiiro otherwise ordrrd ruitil nKinrrr having cIihtku of work. voted to hire Hessians to light for in laWa? The inraMiriiiKiiMl oiri'iiliiiK American indepi ndence. When Home of oniil metal aliall lie under oup rviaion depended on hired soldiers the begir- of county road eiiKineer. ning of her end was at hand, Nothing Said turniiki' arc laiil olT in orctioiio more undeiuocriitic or dangerous can ii a folloHo lliotnct No. 1, Sec- be imagined than to have one special tion No. I. New Danville ikr to Ilix hired military class permanently set river with - rod, of rock. apart to undertake iur common de Section No. 'J, Lexington pike from tente. Why should we allow another to tight l.ancaotvr to I'urk Church with ruin of rock. our battles for li any more than we Section No. II. Sucnr Creek ike with should accept charity from him to suproilo of rock. port us and our families? 'those willing Section No. I. Buckeye uke from to rect ive military chari'y reply in ef roilo of l.ancaoter tu McCreary with fect: "Let some mysterious half a mil rock. lion men other than us, found in some Section No. 5. Olil Danville pike to gay puts on belong and When all eipially in)stcrinu way. learn service of rock. Ilruce'o bruise with and form an advance guard to defend of be laid aside. to youtn then must somber Section No. l'. Crau tlrcluinl pike to Then, when it is too late for us to rmN of U. tiilherto Creek limine with by becoming acquaintMany of advent of for learn the highly technical game cf war rock. we will Volunteer. " at new ed with Siclion No. 7. from (Iilhert creek Last June at my class reunion at Yale limine to Lincoln County line with I found that a number of college boys rod of rock. Section No. S. Stanfonl pike from hail enlisted to protect their country on l.hiicanter to Lincoln County line with the Mexican border. A lather who had allowed his two sons to begin prevu.il rods of rock. Section No. '.I. Itichinund pike from preparation for the service and then LnnciMter to II viitUville with todh enter It. said to me' "I have dune noth of rock. ing mole than my iluty to my country, 10 From to but why should in) two sons go to pro Section No. llicfe sinnrt, youthful mats unit suits many of tlictti Wooltex rods of rock. tect that vast number of hogs who Kairv lew church with moilelb ttiaiie liy Tlic U. Black coiiipaoy - are the delight of nil those IVor llouv pike want to enjoy their trough at home? Is Section No. 11. who try them on, and prices are very attractive. from Went Point chnol Home In end militar) service mercl) a game to sacriol-- i of rock. rifice the umrliioh?" of pike with We now have in stock hundreds of new Suits unil Coats wlinh we would like Let us admit at once thai thi "little Section No. I. LexDistrict No. you to see. represent our ington pike from Fork church to Dix group of willful men and llrviititaville with rod. of views if we are opposed to universal rier SILK DRESSES, rock. military service. The meanest men in Sectiun No. LextiiKton pike from our republic are those who say. "Let SEPARATE SKIRTS. SHIRT WAISTS, llrantaville to Kentucky river bridge (eorge purify our politics, (ieorge with - redo of rock. tight our battles for us." If such are in Silk Dresses to Ruit every occasion, stylish street dresses. Afternoon Section No. .'I. llrjantsville and Sugar the majority, then this republic will go dresses, and Carty dresses a great variety of styles and price, in each one. l.'reek pike with rod of rock. the way of Koine. $1.1 to $73. have their love for their child Section No. 4. llrvantsville aiidCaue Parents Shirt Waists are more beautiful than ever nefore and we lire showing rod- - uf rock. Itut. uke with increased in proportion a. they do more new numbers from $3.f0 to $111 50. at least twenty-fiv- e Section No. fi. Iluenii Vita anil for it. The best way to increase paSeparate Skirts in new fancy Sport stripes and plaid aid a fine line rods of triotism is tohavecitizelis do something Ktntiirk) river pike with rock. of tailored skirts in blacks and navy from $.1.00 to $10.00. end for their country KjrG&Jt&yj' Section No. it, 1'roin C. K. Comdex-te- r' talk ini; are not enough. youthful new models will make you look? Why don't you come in and see how shop to 1. M. Dunn's gate with KF.l'HLN COST MALLF.Ch. tudr) of tuck. - From l oiirier Jouual. no obligation to buy, though of course, the choosers have added CoIIj'h llend pike Section No. 7. the whole with rods of rock. and becomingly of PAINT LICK Tun Vard branch Section No. f. Mr. mid Mrs. Louis Cuvn were guests pike from l!r)iinUijlle to end of pike rml of lock. with of Mrs. Vina McWhorter Sunday. Distiiit No. II. Section No 1. IIuck-ij- e .Miss Lucy Frances has returned home pike from MiCreary to lluckeve after several woks visit In Florida. ri d of rock. Cost Ollice with The Store That Sells. Wooltex Cpats and Suits. Mr. S. M. Denny spent the week-enlluckeje pike from with Mr. and Mrs. W. C (ilvcns Section No. near Ituckeje Cost tlllice to Kentucky river Shelby City. rods ot lock. with Mrs. W. J. Ccrnn and little daughter Section No. H. Poor ltide pike from were recent guests of .Mrs. J. It. Coinn lluckeve ilke to Clensnnt lllll school of Lancaster. ml of rock. bouse with Mr. mid Mrs. Itnldell of Kingston Section No. I, Poor Iddgepike from lllll school house to Kentucky were guests of Mr. Arthur liuldell and I'leiisant family Sunday. J and from there they will go to Choenix J. N. Menefee, Sr. REPORT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF THE CONDITION river with - rod of rock. Little Miss Mary Kiddcll ha returt- Section No. T. Klrkoville pike from Mr. and Mrs. (ieoige F. Dellorde ' Arizona, to visit his brother. Hubert C, It is probable that Itvattsville to top of West lllll with -- ed home after a two weeks visfl with spent several days at Crab Orchard Saulley iir.d family relatives at Kingstcu. roils of rock. they will go on to California to visit. with relatives and friends. Mrs. San f ley Hughes and son of Lan Section No. it. 1'rom top of West Mrs. J. W. Aeey has Ween in Lancasrods caster visited Mr. and Mrs. James lllll to.Mndison County line with ter the tuest of her mother. Mis. of rock. Frances the past week. iXo.2-1- -.' Hughes and other relatives. I.Vii. 1 IIKI.I Teatersville ami Section No. 7. OF MNCASlKlt. KY.. AT TIIH Mrs. lEu-- o Woods and Mrs. J. II, . AT OK LANfAhTKH. Kev. William Hopper ot Louisville, llrudshaw Mill pike from IViUersville Wood spent Friday in Lancaster the Close of Business, March 5th, 1917 was lure a few ilavs last week with rods of rock. guests of Mrs James I,. West. to Cinnt Lick creek with Marcli 5 1917 The Closeor Business. his mother. Mrs. Kittle Hopper. Section No. . I'rum Kirkuville pike Mrs. Martha V.W and Miss Kate F.ly Mrb. C Tate will entertain on Friday I.MSfj V'i & Mrs. Jay McGce.cl Stcph-envill- e, Ifl I. juuhiiJ l:iauiint to Niim w ith - rods of rock. :ims n have returned from n visit of two afternoon from three to live, in honor ivuiv1 $ I llT'l.TOil '." IT9, T"'l Texas, nrit:s: 'For I li'CllH'l . District No. I. Section No. 1. r'nir-vie- w months to relatives in Curis and S5 , 'i"t 4J l.ull an. illu'imill. Uoiiit ilt iolif it to Beurt- oir V. V Hoii'l tlrwitfl tu M'tMirt oir of her guest. Miss Ollie Woodson, church to Paint Lick station with nine (9) years, I suffered with M'.UIO t"l M.M10 .'illation far Millie c.iiMtltm lu HMtHi CO tsu.itu . Liiuil. limn I. rwls of rock. SlOCk, Oi H'ikTttI lUftlflV liHIlk womanly trouble. I had terUrown will leave this" week 'u Crescott .UCk.) Olllll'it mi- Tli Ladies Missionary Society of the lllll 0 ulsiori'timn Section No. '.. From double loll-gatCincinnati, where he has accepted rible headaches, and pains in KIHH4J I.CIOIO 7,tH-Vault1 vt iRtiUnii liuiioc w Vll'ill-'ri- l held it monthly for Hmik i.'O SIih'W ill tVilvral lle.i-rSet tftitt tint-- ' (rtnii 4irort ltecrtc on Itichmo'id pike to Carteroville with Cresbyterian church wholesale drug house. etc. It seemed as li my back, in a i.lil) ihi i'tfiit of .iil'4i'rli.lU)li tirk, rhu'Mcti gfiiu tu Nt-meeting with Mrs. T. K. Slavin on Fri a position rodi of gravel. I sulfeted so. lUlikllii; li"'l' 10 At nlWIII ( $a.ml I would die, nhirnl Hint (I.IM hi l.uiti Mrs. Forestus Iteid and son, Forestus HiriiluiU HMil lUiurt'. l.itoon Section No. 'I. Fall Lick pike lrom day afternoon. t't Mini tluu ft uf) riiitivtt1 rt'xtr.t' list, I decided to try Cardul, M.Jut lti 9t. lit uo Net Hint illle Irolil rtllllilei re.ene cut Muitlttr ivfrLM-ttJr. came over from Danville Sunday Crab Orchard pike to Llmore'ri gate (rinu 'Kiikiiltil i Mtik aveiil.iil Neu VurW t'ti li'UKi nihI Ndtiimt iltif the woman's tonic, and It 1.01" V0 M afternoon to see Mrs Maltie Wither?. STANFORD rwls of rock. liuMiKltil with v utlit-r ttinti ltttik hi I l't r.cr.i't I I fit Sit Liillla fruiil Huitrmeil 1r.'aere helped me right away. The In- xttint lnt ilile on Ollu r pla-t'and Wilkinson (iertrude Section No. 1. From L'liuore'a gate Misses t 21 aicl.lllutherreat'rle cllle.tlll ll'il M 1II.CII ty tir tuun h riKiri tittz ImiiiL. i lull treatment not only helped Mrs (ieorge Kiser of Winchester, is Net mut flue Irim liaiik.autl hanker. I raft it rnl t utrt'iit-y- , uU'kvl rwls of rock. Mayme Singleton lett last week for to end of pike with lotlirrilian . in l: me, but It cured mc." n iv n tliu.tilet'heekalut'liidi'il In l;'nr.M sini visiting in our lunlU. ami ntlur mTiiku .. Uiclunond where they will enter the Section No. fi. Lowell and tiillispie titlicr Smlomtl IUnL Suttfofr $,f'ii 7'i rrt.h Hem. I i4(tii tw in vault uiul ut John Owsley Kelt! wns in Liuisville Normal School. rods of rock. pike with 1'iirri'iii'Y. uii'kei. i.DCtuit ttui' fruin IVtU'rul TAKE Ullll iviit. I .M.MI h Ii,t;.t ll Section No. li. Caiut Lick and White several days this week. l!ev, Homer W. Carpenter, chancellor ,i4all,U Ncite'nt ulher Nalllinal llaliKH . lUilf tulln) tittl vWlltl'.'. TrtHk Ijtnllll reverie In an It ami net mill rods of gravel, 00 Tlicma Francis Is able tu ho out at Transylvania, preached at the Chris, Miss Lick pike with ".Vfl uriT unci lui Iii'iu 1' k. Tiirxinr iliielrnm t'eilrral lliere Hank H,1IOO I'oint I.eiutll mil after sovcrul days illnifss. Totai Section No. 7, tian church here Sunday morning to u liiileuipllon with I'. Klrea- i"J J Treai. urer lil ile Irnm I' M.UUMTIKS. roils of rock or tlonch pike with Lee Perkins ha been assisting in the large and attentive audience. fso.uiooo 4ii tu. gravel. riiuuuK'k IIM.M! Km Total .su.W'OiiO Clarence Leslie Keul and Miss HyaFirst National Hank for several weeks. Siirlu(tiiMl 'Section No. ft Walker Lano piko ty i u.livi. i.'il piutitri. people of 1.1 Vllll.l I IKS Dr. A. S. Crice was in Lancaster for line Haugh. popular young with - rods gravel. vxpf iim'm (n- i 1,1 1 1 it-) W.UQ 10 Tti9 Woman's Tonic Knd. were married at the i't Ihxvm Capllll "lock 'l'l III Tim bids will be on uvctioni but bid- several days with relatives and friends, tlm South U1I.1M1 UU A mint tu it h nitt fur 'I iv l, l i Mirniu.iiiiia Key. J. A. Singleton on Wedllinllvlileil l.rotlu. ( irouUtlni; NiU' uuiMUiMtlrt; l i tlf.Oeli Withers, who has been home of der will not bo restricted tooueoection. Mis. Mattie nesday. Lea. riirrvnt e'eii.ea. In- milt iliu in l(4iik Miit) Imitkvr Cardul help3 women In time 17 M.I H HAM 7 Said bids shall be sealed and li bond ill for seveial days is still conlinid to (tilluT ttmii lucluiK'fi InVitor tere.t ami taxea naM IiillviIUNldepoH mbji-cl.H.i Ainiiiliit reaerltil lor tatea aeefiint Mrs. II. J. Mcltoberts has returned ol greatest need, because it will be rtquired for double the amount iter room. tVl,laji) (II :i rcil l all nir Nulea niit.tamllliii ... loclifck sho spent contains Ingredient's which act 'it- ui of the bid ii in I oald bond nhall be Certltii'tl CliMktf Net aiiioiinl ilua in lianka anil lialike a and home from Atlanta, where Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wigginton 7,153 J ti vuor iwi luilier tlian liiclmltil In TIhI itfirtHIHt U JKulU, llt'lllk specifically, yet gently, on the by the fiscal court, and said son, J. N., Jr. are here from Iticliinond ten days with her husband, who is there Imlli lliial u,ii. in ut jrci She says that Mr. Mcwomanly organs. ('vrillii'Mli-r- i u t!ri"iii lo.rtioiu weakened in a hospital. tui'bvck. bidder will pren i.t with Ilia bid the this week. TuUluf liItill0iilU.itt-liltoberts is very much improved. So, li you feci discouraged, name of bU proposed surety or sureties. Total Mrs. lltttio Leltue of Louisville, is IIW.H liiy-- n unable to blue, The remains of ltomson It. lEcagan, Tot The bidding shall be per roil of 225 the guest of sister, Mrs. (Ieorge K. HT.llnr KiH'i.iY.i.'oi'MVorniiKimi,a from Nicholasville. your household wotk, on do were brought here 1, cubic feet anil contractor will bo Dellorde. Still or KlKtl'CKT.Coi'NTV or luarKi', .at uameit H. (! IIKM4Y, Caaliler of tlui alajia bank, ito tolem illy aaearlhat tttealiiiv In the iluiralo account ol your condition, stop to comply with this contract I.W, F.Cliamp.Caahler ol Ilia aUne naauJ lalemeut la (rue lo I lie beat ul my knun lrile Miss Olliu Woodson of Kansas City, Thursday and Interred of aarar tlial tlm aboia atatv give Cardul a balll,toolelulily worrying and Ld belief. H,Mlkml. otherwise Ids bond will bo declared for- Mo, is the guest uf Mrs C. K. Tate and Springs cemetery. Itev. Culmeter. faanler, tneiit la trualo tlm be.tiitiiiy kiioleilne ami trial. It has helped thousands W.h' I'liam i. IV.hler. Lancaster conducted the funerul ser-tlcbeliel, feited. All bids must be tiled with the other relatives. Bubarrlbeil ami iwnrn to before lua lllta U'tt rJuliatfrltcilaml aaoru lo beforw iu tbla 12lli, darol March 1917. W.r. Champ. ol women, why not you? nt the grave. County Judge on cr before March 31st Miss Maggie James of Crab Orchard, dajrolMari'U 117. Noiar? Pub Ic. E-H. C. Dmiiy. Nourr 1'iilillc. Try Cardui. h MiCommliiloneiplrti Jan V). 1917. The fiscal court reserves the was the guest ot hercousin.MIss F.sther Mr, and Mrs. Shelton M. Saulley and Mr ('iiinlilla.liiu Kl4re Jauuaf II, Iv.v. CoaaiCT A tlfat Sunday for Kan-sa- s reject any and all bids. Saturday. Uurch, Con-Al- ii rlRht to son. Khelton Jr, left ) J.K.Hloaala. I li, P. llVIXOK, W. A. DOTY. Vlrtclori. IllttCIUIa. Ati it. City, Mo, where they will be the Mrs. George U. Menefee of llirming-haJ.J WALKkV. K, L), CMNair. i l.taiaL ttilkia) Ala, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. guests uf Dr. fcnd Mrs. W. A. Shelton County Komi Engineer. I Notice Bids Wanted SHALL GEORGE DO IT S 3 ' - ft, ijjj rltt 3? If H' Jill 1 ID Spring and New Clothes. her springtime freshness nature garments winter the our customers are preparing the spring styles our nl glorycolors spring that the Advance Display of The New Fashions llnttille There's appearing stylishly these early dressed spring. the pleasure A. B. n & Bro. Danville, Kentucky. Citizens National Bank NATIONAL BANK, fed" 'r lr i:tr? Cardai wi I hr t. lit.; The Central Record, Thursday, March 15, 1917. The Central Record incorporated, srued Weekly. $1.ou a STRONG CHARGE TO GRAND JURY year. JUDGE HARDIN ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. Kt.KIN, Local Editor nml Mtir. F.. J. ASKS INQUIRY ALONG MANY LINES. .ntet'.t Member l ilia post onirv m Mml Mutter ct, lnnrtrr. K'j . J. N. Dcnnr. Foreman. Promptly at ten o'clock lHt Monday n1 ninrninir, .with Judge Hardin on the Attorney bench and Commonwealth Kighth District Publishers League. F.minet Purjear and County Attorney (!. C. Walker, on hand to see that all Lancaster, Kj., March 15. 1917 violators of the law are properl.. punish ed, Circuit C.urt opened here for Rates For Political Announcements three week term. After the usual For Precinct and Citv Ofli;es . .$ 5.'H) formality of opening the court ami the por County OHicei 1IUHJ cniiinjr 0( u,,. grandjurv was completed ror State anj District Office.... IMHIj Judge Hardin in his own inimitable For Calls, per line '"(way, delivered one of tne strongest in charges to For Cards, per line that lusty that lie has ever For all publications in the interdelivered here, which but nerved to enest of individuals or expreshance the good opinion (if Judre Hardin, sion of individual views, per held bv the law abiding citizens of Garline rard county. The charge dwelt upon Obituaries, per line the various crimes anil placed particular stress upon the fact that the grand-jurWe are authorized to announce the should give due heed to public following candidate, subject to the sentiment, which is ulwavs .villi the action or tne Democratic Primary. aw Bf j,lnK citizetia of the county. He August 1917. impressed uon the jury the importance of reverence and rejpect for law in the County School Superintendent. j official who are charged with the duty MISS JENNIE HICfllXS. to put It in operation and the citizens whose duty it is to submit tu its control. County Court Clerk. He said in part; J. o. llOfilE, "All the great Presidents from JEPT1IA ONSTOTT. Washington to President Wilson hate W. A. DOTY. in turn declared ar.d stressed the imJ. liP.UCi: I.AWSON'. portance of reveience for and obedience to the law, asserting that upon it deAssessor. pends the stability and life of all free E. II. KAY. governments. What is meant by law, is the whole bo iy of our law covering Manistrate District No. felonies, misdemeanors, whether com- J. H. CI.AHK. monlv breached by the powerful or weak, rich or poor. landlord or tenant. County Attorney. employer or employee, black or white. GREEN CLAY WALKER. YOU CAN NOT KAIL TO RESPECT ANY PART OK THE LAW. WEAK- Sheriff. EN1NC THE WHOLE SYSTEM AND. A. K. WALKER REPROACHING OUR FORM 0 F Kentucky Press Association ' ...... y I I It is not easy to suggest to you, some pertinent things that go to the discredit of our nation and State, tun we can only discharge well our dutv as citizens and ollicials when the facts are made known. "We as n nation have been shown by students of the ipiestion as not having proper respect for the law. You need but to look at the Worlds Aliiannc Encyclopedia for HUT to lind n record of our shame by one of our greatest sta tisttcian. It is shown that the United States leads in homicides every civilized country in the world, including New .cnland. Jninacia and Japan, and in the last three or four decades up to the year 111;'. homicides had been on the ir- crease. If we stopped here the shock would be softened, but we have the statement of one of our distinguish.il Circuit Judges a few years back that not only did the United States lead the world but that Kentucky lead the United States, there being only two states in the Union having a higher percentage of homicides, opu!alion considered. It is suggested as a prol able reason for our S'tate showin practically no increase in population in the last twenty years when other States of less resources have gone forwar! by leaps and bounds. It is believed bv many that it has kept milhonsof dollars of capitol out of our state that would have otherwise been placed to develop n people. WHARF MASTER LIVELY AS EVER Greenup Man, Once All You not only reach destination, but you get back, with as much ease and comfort, as If rldlnfi.ln aPullman Car. Run Down, Gels New Energy. ECONOMY, DURABILITY COMFORT AND THANKS TAHUC FOR CHANGE arc used to make up the word ,,,,,; iinoi,, j our resources. " Judge Hardin pointed out nt length the enormous cost that falls upon the taxpayer in prosecuting, housing and careing for the criminal, the awful sig mllcance of lawlessness m the d'struct ion of body, soul and the up setting rf the peace and order of society and the sweetness of the home. He then tailed attention to the sources anj causes of crime, the making of the criminal. II luoted Thumbs .M. Kilbride. Sec retarv of StaU. ttuljrj of ari,m!, f i;jnoj, os that the three -- auses of crime a, Lt,lnK ,i(jUOr am "I used to swell up l.kr. a frog nfter eating," said Jam Wnvsnn, r nt Greenup, Kv., "but that I was before started taking That bloated feeling took all the life out of me and made tne tired and I didn't seem to have a bit droopy. of ambition. Hut it's iblfeii-n- t with 1 sure feel fine. ni( now. "Ilefor I took Tanlar was eating practically nothing- - just a little lotip and milk now and the- n- mv tiun.n h wouliln't stand nn) thing strutiger After eating no matter wh it or tint You I belched littl- I and bloated uu nervous and dizzv nil the time. "I drendcd for niiht to eotne. I I We couldn't sleep. tnsvrd about alt night :md woke up In the morning all tired out. I ronld burelv stand on my feet during the ilav. I got .1 rouracrd. I ilidn't know what to do "A friend told tne to try Tanlar hesitated at first. brraue I bad tried many things and taken many got Tanlac on friends. Hut this friend's niNire and I thank God that I did. It did the work. "Today I am In fine health. I sleep fine and am not nervous a bit. I have' a big appetite. So. ou ier. it's no wonder that I urge others who suf- CSJ'SS- fered as I did to get Tanlac ritrht off." ill If you are not feeling right get Tanlac today. Delay in health matters is dangerous. wharf-in.utr1 1 tip-fro1 Also We DODGE CAR. are up In "CLASS H." when Motorintf in these, "THE KING OF CAKSV will be glad to Demonstrate this car to you Arcade KINNAIKD Garage BKOS., 'Co, Mannrfers. ii : Collections Bills and Claims of all classes arc collected by our System everywhere. State Senator, ISii HON. H. CLAY tutorial District. KAUr-P'AN- . JAV J W. HARLAN. R. MOUNT. Representaute. J. A. HEA.LEY. J. HOGAN 1JALLARD. County Judge. CI AYTON A. ARNOLD. We are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the action of the Republican Primary, August, 1317. For Assessor EUGENE HERKELE DEAN. Mr. J. Harvev Dean a proin!..ent farmer, died at his home near llryanti-vill- e Tuesday night. Though he had been in poor health for some tune his death came unexpectedly. Possessing some of the noblest and finest qualities, staunch and true to his faiends he will be greatly missed in the community in Which he lived. Though "H years old the 13th of last Nov, he was youthful in spirit, being a gieat lover of hoys, all of whom called him "Uncle Harvey" He is survived by his wife, a son and a d'lushter. Mr. Charlie Dean and Mrs. Carter Sellers. Ho moved to Garrard County from Jessamine several years ago and his body will be taken there 'or burial where he will be laid to rest In the Nieholmville Cemetary Friday. CRUTCIIFIELD. Mr. John Crutchfleld died at his homo on Richmond street Friday evening of paralysis, in the C.lth year of his life. After short fcervices at his home Sunday moaning, conducted by Eld. F. M. Tinder ane Rev. Palmeter. the body was taken to Lexington for burial. Mr. nuiiie was originally in viumuieiu Lexington, having lived in Lancaster only two years, but in that time ho mtde many warm friends. He win man of scholarly attainment, his fath er Having lieen one of the fore-moruueators ot Payette county, In, ,.du canon unu oiuiied manners were that ol u gentleman of the old .elmol Everyone respected him and liked him t.r.'i no man bdoKo evil of him. Tw .v-- .. ,nrs. iieiie I'oore h" Scott, und his pleasantness in thesoual nue ot ute was often remark! d upon by his neighbors. He is survived by in nue umi two sons, William Crutch ueiu, oi Hill Ky, mllj jo(m t. rutclitield ul Lexington. KamnlinK. He impressed at length the importance of investigating the blind HUnnlerlv linns., ami the bl i UK houses. He said further that one GOVERNMENT. i of the most prolific causes of crime was "We can but respect and honor the tilt. tl.M .if tin. eilJir.tt 111' rliiMrin law when we understand that it is the and boys under IS years of age. He -orner stone of our government. Our quoted United States army certificates under n Constitu . (o show the down of mental overnmcnl op-r- as tion, which is tli organic law of our , country and we are governed by ws Lf lhe of cigarettes. The subject to the term of the Cvn.tltu- - crinw reCorj of w juvn,. cour tion. Today S3 you sit in the Court , Krowjnc 0ut of the habit and told quite room you are in the throne room of the Iiuml,er of instances that had come law. We are not ruled by king or mon- under his own observation in the Court arch, ours is a government of law. It and pointed out the relation of that is the law that wears the royal purple habit to lawlessness among the boys in and holds the scepter. It is the sover- the development of their criminal naeign will of a free people, incorporated. ture. He dwelt at length upon false Law spells thevery existeneeof society. swearing ns one of the most prevelent It is its life. Without it. its life is crimes of the day and made it plain chaotic and helpless. To pes- - how it shielded the criminal and how it t SeSs dignity and iVnihiaml respect it degraded the man guilty of it, and be imperative, universal, impar- - demoralizing it was to the community tial and certain. THE INDIVIDUAL winch tolerated it. He touched upon WHO HUEAKSfllE LAW IN WHAT1 the pistol toting habit and discussed EVER WAY OR MANNER. SHOULD ffullv the violation of the tish and game BE .MADE TO UNDERSTAND THAT law and concluded his instructions by- HEIS RAISING HIS FEEHLK HAND suggesting that by the certain and AGAINST THE IIODY OF THE PEO- swift putting into oeration the law deOh HIS pended and rested the highest good of PLE. THE GOVERNMENT STATE AND NATION. He is placing societj. his tiny individual will against the col-- 1 The juries (,'mpanelvd arc at follows; leclive judgment of the people. He itj , urn., ii.iuii n.ruin., .....r r...... mirMnf i " Meade Tenter. II. J. Tinsley. Jie J dation of a gi eat government, tt J. D. Gullt-y-, Iiurdetteltsilrsey, datlon which ItnuM be made adamant. i;. J. Hammack, J. It. I!ourn J, immovable Hr.tl sure. When a body of a. Rice. ' John Green. John Curnp-citiJerise up agaiiut the operation ,e, William Heiidren. J. N. Denny, of law and are successful the founda- - Foreman, tion of a free government tremble, Petit Jury democracy is proving a failure. Unri-.Wn. Onstott. Phil Ilrown. Male force and violence is taking dridge. J. A. lteaatey. J.D.Pope, G. the place of restrained force and order. j. Henderson. J. G. Foster.Eb Itetitly. lhe maddened and insane will, tor the - K. Moss. J. L. Dozier. JasC. Clark sane and deliberate will, mobocracy for Sr., Clay Humphrey, Eli Scott, D. C. democracy, there is a laying on of ruth- Sanders, F. 1!. Marktbury, Ike Nailer, less hands upon the foundation of gov- I.. W. McCreary, Win. Grow, W. L. ernment. The memory of those who Grow. S. L. Rich. W. It. Moss Sr., L. fought and died that we .tiiglit be free E. Speaks. Dave Dithon und II. D. und govern ourselves is being profaned. Lee. " ,", Can it not be seen what wu most need ,. A .Vkv ... this country is an awakened public ,,U"i:'l 1!e,,1,m"1 bWtf"' K'" conscence. and an enhgliteiicj and GraSS heed, Hudson. Hughes .t merwh-lnwr- n, ul.i.l- - I Iii sning Tanlac is being introduced in caster at R. E. .McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtains) in the nearby cities. Paint Lick. J. .N. Metcalf: Jiry- (0 antsville, Itecker - Hallard; Little w Hickman. Collier and Itruner; Iterea, S. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug III Store; Junction Citj. Reynolds ar.d ni;.. Richmoml. II. L. IVrrv i-- Son: (!) Crab Crctiani, Lyne Rros ; Ilurgm. G. iii T. Schooltield: Danville. John S. WvH", Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts. Btid W. ( lAdvj West. Silver Creek. I .C- We iiiiikf nliMihitt'ly no liiirjlf Mill III "ll un!tht i ii tin ln is iictiiall f lis ti '.Si Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us jet the money. It will .n "tt tt . 1 ; our ituposiimi, 0 The Sanders Mercantile t Agency s I V S S.i. Vrs, Ma ti (Illice 1st t'nor Pradlei P dg Westsi i;er l.- LelI)Ktcti St Phone J1J JIllllcs of acres or iand .n these states ulonK tint Northern Pacific II. nsialtlng settlement Unusual opportunities. Healthful climate, abundant crops, Rood markets, facilities, S transportation tiool. edurches. etc A youn eouu-t- r end for tor .imbltlous icople. free descriptive, literature and In'ori n mation rrgardliiK tho particular that Interests )o:t. We U1 In glud to assist ou In locating your new home In a community w!i.-rca can feel at home nnd ran enjoy to J C Uatnn. t;. n. ral Write ARont, Northern Pacific 4u i.a.t 4 th St , Cincinnati, O. Oregon -fee-Uopros-perlt.It)-., Tilt's SPItlVO Iteconie iDdepndent b tak.rc tip Krlculture In Xlnnesnta Virtli Dakota. Montana, iilaho. Walnnetoit or GO WEST I J sA 7 a- - Sh Pry Diaw II Check jihiuvc s fur I lie ttioiir) tintt' I'liw hi nml nitiff rr lt'i'tfiill mir you llit' like to tio liiisinuss witli a mull wlui liu an luroiiiit at the Garrard Bank & Ttusl Co. KELLY TOBACCO-SEED- . Thej know he open surli n- - a wi i grow at r tiding I u irte.e- - i n a btlsn ss like w Itetter f ii nt a'fair- - are 'rge 'he 1 s..n.im. 1 iiiim 5 to 0 ft long; 10 posts. 11' in. 10 ft long. 0 posts, 10 in. 'J feet long, 'J Locust posts of the following dimen sions, 1L' posts, 1L in diameter at smull end, diameter at small end diameter at small end, 20 posts, 8 In. diameter at small end, feet long. AH posts must be tound, if not cut must be cut at once, before sap rises. Notify this olllce at once, itatini: price. determination upon those cnarged with tha dut l" ee to its en-u. L. KKi.I.Y H SONS, W. C. T. Ut f arcement. Was not !i long step taken ! ft. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster, Ky in that direction when the brave hearts j The uniiiil i'Hi Iwlil Wilturd Memorial of Kentuckians were thrilled by the service Salurdav at news of the Governor of our State pass- inc i. uu, ...w.....,j tl. Uut .1 muni. upon a special tram and confronting an angry STOCK SALES. -s mob wh( a better selves lm-- been sunk W. h. Csniet sold 17 mules, mooll' ., t in the imsaior.s of the hour and year olds, to dillcrent parties, Uo nnuXSlnu'Cw r CMCDV A their linger and aroused Price from ?100 to SlJfi, !fidni lntl..Hi.liliiw.l.r passions and u cowerinjc negro, who Hubert Itunnide hold a four J ,,.,,1,1 ih.huj ijwiwitwas no doubt guilty; saiimr th Vllr 'i l r "tp.lilO.S. HT. l'rsil ri.l . . . ..I u..,r.t and saying it fearlessly for the ... buiight ' ar $imi. ! u.i.ltcsiiis vl iiiwli tti. iioinson and of his Statu and the majestv tl ini.ll of the In htanrord lait Howluy, ' tour mules o tri'si. lll louiirr lwii Itilrtloi. I law; turning a fine people, no from $150 to BOUItC IlKltt CO., doubt. lf0. iiiiku"iu uy tne passion arouspil i, V. A. Let -- ...I,! H fir... mule to v. ... ram iu uieir quiet and hal- Siltl by R K McRolKjrts. for $200 . V"" lowed homes, encircled by t)M protec-tioIt. K. jjeneJict s-,art, to Jim M of the very law they would imw. " for $77.60 und u nico young colt violated. 10 A .m Uralg f ar $r0. "The greatness of the act was tint in saving the intended victim but man Ilubbi etold u five year old staying . to P. J. ' jiobbitt, ot Pulaski, for frenzied bauds lifted against their irnv. 250. eminent to which they owed the aller Virgil ience of their lives und sacred hor .stiniaii sold to Frank Itobiu-ton- , a ho; su ,nut. for $1MJ and M nice lor the constitution ot our State anteea to each of her citizens uf Ui marc in ,a to Jesa Waldun, for 1185, impartial trial by due process und and a v,j,. team to W. A. Price, for 0 low rates, See this however reaking guilt, howe 4t lw, his cirne. It was a dran.r eVr odous l.aytou sold a team to Virgil INSURAN E. great occasion nobly met scene fc Oisti neau for $415 und bought a young year plan. $275. into the consciousness o bnd Hashed tear.1 of J. K. Hobinson. for our State a sense of t'Uti cillzena of Cleveland ltourne sold a nice young hlcli is of an estim abldingness bUck mare, by Illuecher, to IIujrliTer- rf .hie' to us a ranee, for $150. A 1 . i ingness, Farnfu. T ' years. be prost i iited. Seed ilckvtl l',0i ,.fit s, piodiiced by champion lliiliey tolmi -- T growers gf Kentucky f.'r the past ;'5 Price $lx j,j.r ktb Iteware of Imitations. "Other seed is The being sold under their names. ' genuine improved "Standing Up Hurley Tobacc Seed raised by P. I.. Kelly and Sons, can be procured only from the raucr and is not genuine unless put of uiin packages bearing n Application is nj their signature. pending in the U. S. Patent Office f'JT the registration of their lignature as tri".!' lrK and all infringements vtl The Garrard Bank Trust Company P ! FARMERS. i 2 This is the season of the year to give your Milk Cows and Work Horses stend all nu', INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD. r 1 Hens lay ' It's The Best. I n , Hirmssiivviki McRoberts Drug Store HONOR WOUU .... .... M .... BAfNK. n STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Pay your bills by check, and have tour wifo pay her bills by check Never lend mi ei.r to scheme. Follow tome fcystem 111 saving not be liaphazurd about it. Kent a safe deposit box for your valuiible papers. Make free use of the serviuu we olfer. Teach the child the value i,l money by glUng them an allownnce. Meet your friends at this bank lor transacting important business ' 5, 10 CS, 20 Year lf FARM LOANS Citizens National Bank OF I.ANCASTKK, KY. H. V. HUDSON. W. O. P.IGNEV, D. A. Thomasl A't President. J. J. WALKEU, Vice Casli'r. Joe J. Walkkb, Jit., W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. r. Pret. The Central Record, Thursday, March 15, 1 9 17. YOU AEE COEDIALLY INVITED display all the Newest Fashions in Ladies ar The One Price Store. to attend our Spring Opening and Fashion Show, Saturday, March lZth at which time we will have on Ready-to-weApparel for Spring and Summer 1917. Spring Opening and Fashion Show Saturday, THE JOSEPH M EUCHRiTILE Dresses, ceNraY. enjoy a few moments March I? the Any one who wishes to be stylishly, correctly, and becomingly attired Jwill spent during this day, inspecting New Suits, Coats, Skirts, Now on Exibition Here. Style Store for Women. Waists, Shoes, Silks, Wash Fabrics, Etc, CO. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE Gossip About- We have just received a Car Load of , Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, Spring Opening Saturday, Mch 1 Mr. Joe I'Axton. ,Mla Jenc I'axton I nml Jumes I'aMon ot Stanford, joined) Mm. l'Hti-here limine; been failed by j the deathofMr.t. A. C. Uobiiison. ON SATURDAY nil Ixmiilit tho recent ndvnnrc A few Iron unci Wood Benin t A i.rir' Mention of JUoirgi Ly Thtttc il Vnlcnti ami Syracuse Turning Plows at naive prices Ihf Cvn,hti and Art '(.ttrn'iJ Mailable Stoves at $50.00 and $55.00 W'Hrrniilnl as good m the best tlu- - lu st lii ,il miikIi' Stoves Hi cost American Vmiiv i ear load nf tin- - oM Mrs. l!ei!a Ani-liPerfectlor nml Hons Oil Stoves. A few Healing city on bunnies, John Deere Wagons the bet made. J l I'r.iVci is in tliP J. R. MOUNT hi & CO. . ; S r.M.S. HATFIELD 3B C $m DeM Noums I d ric Tliirlft-new Iiooks have arrived St the Wumsrn Club Library. Mr Waltie Dildderer. of Lincoln. has bet Muting Mr. Will I.riir. Mr. James W. Smith ha returned fnm it visit to friends in I.ouiville. : Alta Hammond is visiting Mrs. J. It. Kinnaird. She will give u rejilinn Saturday niRht, latKchoo! subject 'Mollie Make Helieve.;' Mrs. H.J. MciSoberti lias relumed home fiom Atlanta, where 'he Jlent ten days villi her who is there in a hospital. She that Mr. Mc-lioberts lias gained nine pounds since he lias been in the Weslev Memorial Hospital and that he is otherwise nl.mjr nicelv. - Interior Journal. Mi get-tin- j 17 1917 display original we will have on 1 FRENCH PATTERN AND Our showing of Spring Millinery will prove an interesting exhibition of the seasons novelties in CuItUated Hemp Seed Oats For Sale. Hudson, lliiL'iii'S & Farnau. Lack of space forces us to leave out the picture puzzle this week which is proving so popular with the young folks, but we promise-- to have another next week. Thirly-fCVei- i person ate believed to be dead and more than 10 injured at Newcastle and olh-- r points in Indiana by i tornado that sweil overthatState Sunday. Tlit! damage is estimated at The storm swept a close m $l,COO,ooo. path through Newcastle about two blocks wide ard ten blocks long. About .'UiOhouMH were leveled. The South Side fcIiooI building was destroyed as were also the tolling mill and shovel Mm. It. II. Montgomery spent Mnn-dii- v with her sister. Mrs J. S. Johnop. DENTIST. I dajs fur New Mr. Annie Mr. Hubert Kintlitlril leaves in a few York Citj, on business. Ilnilev of Stanford has been the gucet of Mrs. Jake Kobinson. Mr. Koss Ilastiniitteiiiliil the Ky. Ice Manufactures Association in Lexington lust Wednesday. Miirjnrie. the Inve.y little daughter of Mr ami Mrs. II. V. liaslin i quite sick of pneumonia. Iish Mi. Fund Wriulit. of returned home lifter a int to his Muter Mrs. I'arlt-i- SPORT ALSO i HATS HONKS i Iteslilt-- t rb m. tf LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Jjj 111 r.RACE. BALANCE and UNLIMITED POWER. THr.si T1IKI.1. I a orvci HUM lrrsiiriHT II M ltll!tn Pattern Hats together with a large number of our own models. Remember the date. Kll.in. plant Smart, Saleable Models reflecting the latest style ideas, millinery novelties, trim mings and materials of the moment. Tllh TIIINITV Willi T M.S (!) STEARNS--KNIGHaw 11 J nmontf cars, the our car you will tleMrc ihr rjii .I... tju" uliolll.l I.UI1 ii'miiu unit ?olil hy Ttnill hy The Y U Sle.mis Compnti) Cleelnnil itcrpuw Iha. Joanna ItijH Ihih returned home lifter II delightful visit to her daughter, Mra. Ilolxm t'iiii,ili II in Stai.fur 1. Aimnl'. the little iluliter of Mr. who bus been nml Mr. J. S. John-tois improving r tick with bronchitl-slow ly. jjj ;.' Edward C. Benckendorl, Wilmore, ky. If IntiTt-Ht.i- l John hih! William Crntclilielil returmil to their homes having id been cnlli-i- here by the ileaih of their Minnie Grown. The pjpuniritv of the ltuicU cur is growing rapidly and manv sales are by ISristow being made in this Conn, who-tadveitisement appears on the back page of this issue. His! recent sales ill this county were J. M. IMwaid-tti. A Howling and S. A. Hill. , Relle Ariioiii Francis I'ulilL' Square lme l TOBACCO WARE- Writi- nr Phone - in HBllnHDKIII Gold Meda! Gold Medal Seeds are good 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. niftirn DCblVCn PHONE 27. o DA1IADI1 UnLLnRU BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. ij M Miss Murv U.len Farley, of llrvutita-ville- , HOUSE CLOSES.! t Mr anil Mm. Ike Dunn nntl ehililu-n- . 10UU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. who accepted a position with the of l.cMiiKton. wro with Mm. DuiinV millinon department ol ti. .M. Lyon's The local tobacco watehou-temiin- " U. HuUey. Cash store, will be delighted to meet aed by IIilU Speith and Jake lirau, , mreiun. Mr. hi.i! Mr-- . My two story Snniiiiy. doted for the seiion after one oj the1 For Sale or Kent: her friends during her stay there. sea-tonin receni enrs. houfe on Itichmond street. ha rvturt'etl Ml. Joe Weinman, (nee Miss Car-r- w mot successful Mrs. Frank a- - t!- - Haseldtn. -1 will be very gratifying to the Iriemls fiiini a iKIiKhttuI vi-- it tu lii- - iluui;liter. Ilouklen) of C.irterville. (!a, is It HKMP SKKI): I have Ml bushels of - of these pofiilar geutlemeii to know A. II. HaiiHttl, who lues near ll(r,, wj,, Mx. ,r lm,ltl .rK. John Crutchthat they will be in the same business Iiemn seed for sate. Stored in bugs llt'iriL-n- t Kv. tlekl. having been calleii here by the I, Leslie Ilraddiaw ..r.. next enr ami will nlTer to the III St. K L (hley uIm luts been quite lentil of her uncle. Mr. John Mrs. growers the highest market price for Hggs For Hatching: Pure Hun crop. their sick since her return from Martinsville strain. 15 for $1. or lOil for f. fiitiaUau-glato is improving and her Ml. (!. A. Morgan of Flat Woods, lett W. K. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. see her out. He ADDRESS TO FARMERS. lai-- t Monday for Martinsville Iud. We are standing cur jouug through-bre- d was accompanied by hisson.Sam Morgan Miss I idu liainey who is attending Mr. T. H. Collins, the District agent Jersey Hull, "Hilly" tit $1.50. His friends ale hoping llu will begreat-l- v for Kentucky in K C. W., D.inville, sjient the week-en- d extension Kd. and X. II. Price. A 1 at. with is sulk-rinrelieved as he here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. in Agriculture nml Home Leon-iimiwork J. T. Itainev. a.M feet Of iion fence and iiddresN the farmers ot this will For Sale: J. K. Moont. Miss l.ucile Scott, who will liavel A quartette of Lancaster siiiRt-r- s will and adjoining counties, at the court depot wagon. house in Lancaster next county court charge of Mrs. Fiancis' stylo shop in utotor to Chii)i Dick liobinMin 1. is assisting in the store hen row wlwre they will cing at Mr. Harvey day, which is Monday. March --'(ith, his Dsans funeral. Thty lire Mestlanus subject being, "The Farmers' Future". for a few days, ir L. N Miller (ind Messrs Tin' address will begin promptly at IS'O To the farmers who are thinking of relur.usl Mr J. W. Sweeney o'clock aim we pmlict for Mr. Collins sowing hi nip this spiing, I will sell you i"u"luv llu':l"'"" He from u ten days trip to Ch,caKo. a luige and attentive audience. seed as cheap as iossible and buy your Vlilted Ins sister, Mis. Hoeing and re-- 1 V,.,,t. nfl.anea.ler hemp at any time ut theliighestiuarket ports n dilightful visit. Sa'unlay aflrnooii and rmitored down I'd H.ll.COX. pt Li- Mi", was acctmwnied linino by Mrs. Farnau Unite mid Miss- a l'nxtun. steamship Algonquin, Tho Aiiierii-iidames MvKoUerts ami Svrance, of and little nn. Kennedy l ariiaii, who NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ten Americans aboard, was sunk Stanfoid, inotortsl belt- - to see Mis. Joe hae been spending the week tlie guest with bv ii (iermaii submarine on .March U'tti. All persons having claims against the of Mrs Fannin's sister. Mrs. W. Hanks I'axlon llie past week. Willi ii loss of vessel and cargo valued estute of Mrs. Sallt" II. Welch, deceas and Mr. Hudson, on Ihiid Miss Mary Wallin, of Crab Orchard Iludion. at il.7(MHHi. All on board were saved ed, will resent same proper j proven, street. Dam tile Messenger. has accepted u position with the llastin although the submarine nirevsl no help. to the undersigned. Telephone Company, succeeding Mis It, K. Swope, Agt., Mrs. William Look and daughter, Washington officials withheld comment, 3.!i.:it-pd- . Maud Muiphv as night operator. Miss Margaret, Mrs. William II. Ilur. but the olllcial view was that nothing beM s Lph liruwn, Mr, John Simpson ton. Mis. Kuvanaiigh and Miss Martha in the incident changes the situation Lan- tween the United States and (ierninny. and little Miss Ktizaheth Simpson vis. KavaiiHiigli motored dow n from day the President Wilson already has taken ited Mr. und Mrs, Henry Simpson in caster Saturday and spent the guest of friends . Mrs. II. S. Hudson. steps to place the nation in a state of Lexington the'first of the week. -. rtzj. Mrs. Joe Itobinson, Mrs. Robert Hlkin armed neutrality which, with the breakMr. Jake Hobinson of Columbus Ca, and Mrs. John 1". Storinea of Lancaster ing of diplomatic relations with tier c faras-youllKwas called here by the critical Illness motored over Saturday afternoon and many, is practically the last measure -- You will never Und more of his mother. He is looking well and spent beveral hours in the city ...Mrs, possible short of war. American ships beautifull Wall Paper thaa feeling line after a hort recuperative Frisbie, Misses Helen and Martha now are being armed to defend them, lean show you. rest. Hill motored over Saturday to attend selves against unlawful submarine y Jul in touch Willi me today is that Tho general view Misses Mabel Trihev of Saint Louis' the board meeting of the Trans Ivaniu II. D. ELMORK and Mary Arden Jennings of Chicago, Presbytery . .Mrs. I). C. Sanders and arming of ships is the only answer to Paper Hanii'mi A Spec-why- . arrived u few days ago and are now Miss Christine Sanders of Lancaster, submarine operations short of a declarn guests ation of war, which may be made only busily engaged in the millinery depart- were among the by congress. Advocate. here Saturday.-Danvi- lle Mn. Helta Arnold Funds. fiitlier. r " jut ll. ...:,,. UslsiFsONK. - Lookds ment of The Central Record, Thursday, March 15, 1917. Shake Off That Grip When Spring comes, with its changeable weather and your exposure, it is best to clear away all the symptoms left after an attack of grip. That evil disease leaves you weakened, and when its victim consequences. MOONLIGHT SCHOOL TIME- R IN WASHINGTON Rural School R. E. Jaggers, A Ttachir Trip Jvimth $ XmnV aD4 f.o.b: OQK51'' IrS"i-M.k- - ol Hart Countr, Tells of His To Washington In An ing Manner. Inter, attempts to "do his bit" he exposes himselftotlic risk cfn?ecoral attack, for which he is less prepared, and which may have graver April and May are pneumonia months. In this time a weakened system is a constant source of danger, Tor the pneumonia and fjrip infections arc in the air, and after a lonj! winter the body is so clogged with waste it cannot resist them. Fortify the health, remove the catarrh, and improve the digestion. Theres Danger in Delay For Quick Relief "I left Howling Green, where I nm enrolled as n student of the Western Kentucky State Normal, on Sunday, February 25. At Frankfort, the State Capital, I was met by a delegation, headed By Mrs. Corn Wilson Stewart, president, and the lion. V. 0. Gilbert, of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission. This delegation greeted me nnd bade me on my trip. 'My stay in Washington extended uver one week, which was occupied in meeting the notables there nnd in see ing the wonderful sights of the most wonderful Capital in the world. I saw Congress in session and saw it die in the throes of the mom noted filibusters in history. I saw the Supreme Court, Mount Vernon, the home of Washing ton, the Smithsonian Institute, the Corcoran Art Gallery, and finally sat in the grandstand and saw the inauguia tion of President Wilson for the second term. secretary-treasure- r 'God-spee- lsss7 VsHassssaMHsaffWIMrl' This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste from the body, counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay the inflammation that is catarrh, restore the regular appetite and tone up the entire system to resist disease. A well man is safe. As a tonic nftcr firip it has won many commendations, while Its effectiveness in catarrhal conditions is unquestioned. Take no chances Take Peruna. Ptruna Tablttt are alwayt Ttady to take. Yaa may carry a box The liquid medicine in your voiih yoa and ward off cold and chill. home u a great taft guard. Protect your family. PERUNA Let these Men Be Your Judges in over 450 lines of business are settinu new economy standards new records of delivery and hauling service. Let these men point out the way to you. More than 10,000 users of Smith Form-a-Truc- k The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio I W. 0. RI6NEY Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. uince t'none te. Residence Phone 33. 1 Lancaster, "Thi moonlight schools, 1 found. Were the pride of Kentucky's states- men at Washington. Many other lead ers in Congress are champions of the cause which Kentucky is leading. "President Wilson was never busier during his life, and could not sec many of the visitors then thronging the Capital, but he stopped amid the perplexities of the international crisis, and the stress of the closing days of Congress, to greet a moonlight school teacher. He has kept up with the progress of the work, and he said with great earnestness; 'The work of the moonlight schools is a wonderful work'. The President read with deep interest the letter which I presented to him from a young man, aged L'l, who had learned to read nnd write within three weeks' time. He was much imprt-SM-with both the spirit and legibility of tie letter. Champ Clark, Speaker of the House of Itepresentatives, simplv bubbled over with enthusiasm on the subject of moonlight schools. It is one of his favorite themes, and he has made speeches on the subject from New York to California, lie had made one in Washington a few evenings preious to my visit there. I was escorted to his office by thp Hon. John W. Langley, and the Speaker sat down and talked to me as familiarly as it I had been a Congressman. 'The moonlight school work is the most wonderful work going on in the world, I believe' he aid, and said It with a Champ Clark vim that left no doubt of his sincerity. "Senator Ollie M. James is proud of tlie fact that moonlight schools originated lii Kentucky. Senator James has a bill pending in Congress which is designed to wipe illiteracy out of the Unitid Stites. and to do it after the Kentucky plan. The bill is popular and will pass, and it will give Kentucky another page in the country's history. senator James believes in Keeping Kentucky in the lead. Many Smith Form-a-Truc- k users have bought U. S. Mail large numbers. These operators of fleet equipment include many of the largest corporations. Look over the names: Standard Oil Company Armour & Company Morris & Company Indian Refining Company Fleishmann Yeast Company small way fias added to his initial Contractor Schlit7 Brewing Company Butler Paper Company Montgomery Ward & Co. And every user of Smith Form-a-Tru- who has staited in a equipment to take care of increased ck business and thu lame delivery area opened by this fast, economical service. These users have tried Smith Form-a-Tru- ck have proved its remarkable strength have demonstrated its sensationally low cost for operation. What it has done for them it can do for you fully lar. out for you Marv users have reduced their investment in equipment 75 ,; The Climate is Delightful oil iko Beautiful Mississippi by replacing slow-movin- g, money earning hauling power. They the lojdmg platform when educed made one hour do the wotk tlul lue GULF COAST DURING your hauling problems up to us wesjv ) oilcan use any equipment with ant fur IjIkm, speeded up the work on pieiouly tool four. let us demonstrate what we mean time-wastiPorm-a-Truc- And select our own power punt lor the Smith (iu buy Told, Maxwell, DoJr,e llios., lluuk.Chcwulct 01 Chilian J car. Come in today. MARCH AND APRIL Eiijoij the balintj air and sunshine in tLls enchanting land of flowers. Play golf or tenuis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. Tickets to New Orleans and Gulf Coast points via Loulsvllla Naikvlllo R. R., permit sldo trip to Pciuacola at slight cost. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, apply (o local representatives of tho Louhvlllo if Noslvlllo R. R. or address R. D. Pusoy, General Passenger Ageut, Louisville, Kij. r Haselden Bros,, Lancaster, Ky. .KWIHiMMISIINMi'NPIBi r SET" NOW is the ideal time to visit FLORIDA or the GULF COAST RESORTS Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and Flowers. Low round-trifares and excellent service via. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. "Congressman Hughes, the veteran chairman of the Education Committee in the House of Itepresentatives, met me witli extreme cordiality. He has been an advocate of moonlight schools for several years, and through his and other influences has started a Statewide campaign against illiteracy in his native Stnte of Georgia. men in "One of tho Washington on moonlight schools is Congressman Towner, of Iowa. He wrote a Mattering report on the movement three years ago, and commended His is the the ilan to other States. State that stands at the top of the scale of literacy, but he would like to see the other States move up the scale. "Every one of Kentucky's Siiiators and Heprerentatives is an ardent supporter of the moonlight schools. They have all given prizes in their districts and in the State at large, and hiive traveled at their own expense and made speeches for tile cause, and they feel that it is every Kcntuckiau's duty to d CURES Limberneck, Roup. Canker, Cholera. Gancs. Mixn am tmot Diarrhoea and all Diseases ot poultry mi crur., Ait i'r M4 (of Trail s)J Uok ll lU M... V.il. rUnf rUftlilnwn- 1.. itftt "I Kksj Utstl Ittnisft ' poultry tmdj nttuJe. t gpri nj lifrjtn wtlhmlf . R f l Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 A (' Miles sold tu T. llnctvrr ore holstcln cow fur $"' and another to Arthur Daily for the same price. I Miii l.illie DiMihn has returned lion after spending a week with her tirard parents Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Hay. Mr and Mrs. lleihert t'artir ard Urn. I) I' Sebnstm wre the Ki"'"ts Sundaj if Mr. and Mr. A. ('. Mile . w I III l!t c)J;Wl V.th toofroftftJrfllhttrtkkiftaallr, Mfj. sdCa:ran;ccd fcy J. Rabt. Crumc, terditcmn, hy. (t U rt uai Trice 50c at t DruUis. 1 Master Lewis Whittaker and llttl.- Miss (ienevia Wfuttakei are uitini: their Krandpurents Mr and Mrs. Noel SOLl liY R. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster. Ky. Cuter. ANike Sapling, Ited ami Swt et ( loi er; Tiiuuthv. Orchard Crass, and K) . Illile Grass Seed. Hudson, Hllk'hes ,1 Farm ii. Mrs. Deweyil'nce has returned home after staving a few days u ith her siolt r Mrs. Herbert Whitaker at the Gibsi't Inlirmary. Mr. and Mrs. I!. W. Sanders. Mr . Mai Carter. Mrs. W. II. Gully ar.d Mr Herbert Whittaker were in Hichmuid Sunday to see Mr'. Herbert Whittaker. Judjie J. I'. I'rather has returt.nl from a visit to his daughters Mrs. Jim Stapp at Lexington and Mrs. Oicar Hendren at Cnttonbuii:. Misses Lenta and Hosn Hay and Mei- rs Jim Sanders of Coy ami Karnet Clirisnian of Hubble metnred to lleitu Sunday anil were the KUesti of Mi" Inez Hay. LOWELL Mrs. J. J. Floyd HUlTereil two purnly- - containing X! acre to Mr. John er of Madivon, for iXsxt. I'uss.'niim to be t;ivcn in two weeki. Vln-r- . tic stroke the pant weeK. Mr. Moyd Ivint; wus In Louisville the latter purt of the week. Mr. Tom Marsee mude u HUCKKYK It. V. Sandrt wat in UfchmoiMl lait week. Miss l.i' Una Holland it vUitint: friends business trip to Lexington Monday. Mr. W. A. WriKht and family moved help. For particulars, call upon local agents of this railroad. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. It DENNY, . Surplds . C. $30,000. DENNY. Cashier. President J. E. STOHME3. Vice I'res't. It. T. Juimy, Ass't Cannier. J. U GlIX, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samusl D. Cochran, Alex it. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director!. "W. J. Fields, of the Ninth district, feels especlai pride in the fact that the moonlight school originated in iiia dis trict. He eaya that the demand upon him for literature from Kowan county exactly doubled after tho 'operation of the moonlight schools there. He lias charge of the same bill in the House that Senator James is fathering in the Senate. "'Iho newspapers made much comment on the work while I was in Wash I ington, all of it being favorable. was interviewed, entertained and es corted and accorded every possible courtesy by thu nation a leaders and the pi ess. "Finally, I was invited to stop in Lexington on my return as the guest of the Southern School Journal, the State educational organ. Here, witli the genial .editor. It. S. Eubank and Miss Mattle Dalton, I spent the last day of the most wonderful trip that any rural school teacher In the world ever had." last week near Cartersville. A little son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates March lit. Mr and Mrs ICobt Klliott spent Sat urday and Sunday with Mm J'iu ltoain. Germination and I'untv Test Furnish ed On All Field Seeds. Hudson, Huuhes & Farnau, Klias Smith ami lloutton (ireeu were visitors of Mrs. Charlie KoRers Friday. Miss Ilessie Alctiuire of Hichmond hus been thu charmiriK KUest of Miss (Hatha AnKlin. Mrs. William llrananum and baby of KUysts of Silver Creek were week-ei'- d Mrs J. V. AnKlin. Mrs. Kdd Hulett ai:U Miss I.ounnnu McKechulu spent thu week end with Mr. and Mrs Will Ilurte. Misses Abbie and Kditli KinK left Sunday for a visit tu friends und relatives at Corbin and London. Messrs llertrand and Klmer Ilrown who have been In Cincinnati for several weeKs returned home Friday, 'Master Edward Kini: left Wednesday for GrecnsburK Ind, where he will make his homo with his uncle. Mrs. J. W. AnKlin and daughter, Miss Glatha, spent several days the put week with relatives In Hichmond. Mr Chs Harvey sold his farm here at llerea. ' The sick in this community are all improving. Mrs. Martha Anderson N ill at her home here. Mr. T. (). Hill and dam-lite- r Ola weie in I.exincton Saturday. Will I.awson bought of A. C. Miles two hoes at ?lt as per hundred. Mr. Nick Schooler was the week-enKUest of bis Mister Mrs. Jasper Noel. Jess Hill sold to W. I.. I.awson some hous at HJcU. und a beef at li cents. Miss Atties.s Noel spent Sunday with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel. Mr. Hubert Carter and family vjiited Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter a part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ilrudshaw und children visited Mr. and Mrs.T.O. Hill last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simson of- - Hichmond have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Land. Mr. Henderson Whittaker ami iMuti.i- Miss Dorthy were cuests of Mrs. Hoy maimers baturuuy. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schooler at Kirksville. Mrs. Walker Uradshaw and children were quests last week of her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. The matn friends of Mrs. Herb-- rt Whittaker are kIuJ to know that she is ilnint; nicely at the Gilmoii Iiifiriniarv at Hichinoiul when-shuuilerent an operation several weeks ao. he in expected home this week. 125 ACRE BLUE-GRAS- S FARM. 125 acre farm all In Krass. acres need pluwinK for corn, tobacco or hemp; has 4 room dwelling, del dy stock barn, well watered and under m fence. This farm is situated In walkinR of graded school und churches. l.et us show you this one at ISO. Call on or address No. II 1(1 THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lsncssttr, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, March 15, 1917. 1 lam Smashing Prices Mi I For emucKu nome roiKs -J --- -- rTiTit J ' . I . aaa l MB- -" m Kf i. ' ' ' k . BBBBBB1 v -2 STT mz aaH aaaaai D. T. BOHON lr s l l I I I I fnaaai 7& 4 "' 7Ji m or 1 r wi 1 ft1 Two Big New Bohon Books FREE Neighbors, ; I A fGENERM? J MERCHANDISE ip V ,, CAT A LO G 1 k 1 1; l I iVSen and Women of Kentucky WS NOR CITY prices home, within a few the world selling direct to tilts user? Now we are also smashing prices on merchandise. We want you to have our two free hooks. We want you to know us. City men in the North said we would not succeed. Even here, close at home, the knockers got after us. Our price smashing frightened dealers and competitors and they got out their hammers. We don't care. We don't mind that. We want you to come here, sec our factory, see the finest vehicles in the world being made, visit with us. Get acquainted. Let's get all the truth. We are slashing prices bemuse we cut out traveling men, dealers, hotel bills, jobbers, middlemen of all kinds. you have riht here at rcli.c DC) you of ou, that bijjtjen Veliicle Factory in the wT. ''"f jl iAot,,G kY"rjrfSM t lcaB'il TViAl We live in a little town down here and have neither city ways or city prices. Wc aren't stuck up. No cabarets or expensive city habits for us or our people. We live honest lives here among honest people where there are no saloons, no idle floating population, no high taxes. Our workmen are sturdy, clean people, the good hard working kind, the true blood of old Kentucky. People from all over the world.f rom California, Maine and Florida buy of us bemuse we give them more beautiful styles at lower prices. Get our free books and see. Come to visit us. Bohon Bui gies 60 Days' Trial Every Dlue Gr..ss Kujjgy, everything we sell is shipped on 60 days' Free Road "leu. Can yo.i beat that? See what it means. You save $25 to ?50 in first cort. Then you hitch to the buggy and try it. If it isn't the Ivt bugy ou ever saw for the money, we take it back and it costs oi! lvtniiig That gives you plenty of time to decide, to show the buggy ur reighbors, to compare it with what your dealer can offer. You take no chances. We do that. We can do it because wc know we have the other fellow beat a mile on quality and price. t- - j- - UNLIMITED GUARANTEE BACKED BY St'o wh t t i a tcktcil .i.idiHt few lijmlu or And wc National Bank . Dcn't buy a yaid of (encs until you ee our free gei:eral catalog and get our law prices Pc iV pro mciiH, The busgv ha gut to be richt. Yon : re in quality of workmanship or matjn.i! not just for a any a year but as Ions as the buggy lasts. backed ,t our fiiiarantee. Wc have deposited with the Mercer of llarr.ulnburir our legal, binding bond for $30,000 to make our cuarauteo absolutely w. J. You take no chances. We don't want you to take chances. Wc are hero to tavc you mouey lots of it. $30,000 BAKU BOND ' r II IH Write For fee Books Geme to See Us There are plenty of knockers against Ilohon's plan. We have enemies, why not? We take the profits others have been making off you and give them back to you in lower prices. Don't take hearsay. Don't wait till you forget. Do it now. It will only take a minute. A postc.-.r- d will do. Write to Iiohou for his two big free new books. 150 Cass Strast bit THE D. T. BOHON COMPANY Harrodsburg, Ky. 21 I si The Central Record. Thursday. March 5. 1917. i . Poor Cylinder $660. $675. All cars fully equipped, elec- 1917 llIIMlllilllllllll Six 6y Under $1040. $1075. S I starter, demountable rim, one man top, valve in head motor. tric We Will Be Glad' to Come and Make a Demonstration of the Car at Any Time. CONN & TAYLOR. fhone 798. CONN & TAYLOR The Greatest Value on the For the Price. Market y To-da- Phone 798. Danville, Ky. Danville, Ky. 1917 -- l CARDS, i FARMER'S COLUMNri J THE FOLLOWING IS TAKEN FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL ply i Ii i n lies and pai , I can divide I ta e interest f rt :.s hH h. j u r,. im i',s 'uunt bis chances for ::' ANNOUNCEMENTOF 1917 Mr hflOW tlH tttMGl'lg t 1 for lte ICHI Dr. Win. Office at Kainey Lancnster. Pryoi', Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. D. s Livery itm N' of the at Kimti iu! !. ti ill i(imr rmiiMi nlord to mltrr sccei.te.1 orer tont noMo vlll it'It. -- Stable. Kentucky Northern White Seed Oats. Hudson. Hughe & rarnnu. For Itent:-- A iviii'ik in lM'l. reinrt- - iim ,lint ! l.ich nrulleil in H'.Ii' Parents, what sort of hooks are our IiihiIs, i till in 1911 there were nnl c,jllriM, r,.,ng? Tins is h question tu 'MIS, Thero Is no better ejlilin.e provoke serious thought. j that the hlk'h mIhhiI Is liei oiiiIiik a ?ome investigation is necessary. iiiM vsslly and that Itteli m'Iiih-iraliiinK Ik K'.'iienilly rtTovnlzml as a urt of The Huso Hall department also became the iiet'psar)' I'qulpment of the future ambitious and announced that they BULLETIN. School Alltcdancc. SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE HAN. So. r libly tiw' to Hughes .V mel rnail - LANCASTER, til- - REDWARDSJJ Phone 391-M good tenant. BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky D. V. Paint Liok, John 1. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. Veterinary Surgeon. i And it Is Jut as lnteretlng to note e ,Hr uuinH Hint nut of l."Tu graduates of last nan ii rent learn ior several nave not ear. BUS are attending college. While .1. F. Adams has live mulec for sale, jears, the boy think they can have a M!ise figures are low In t otnparln well broken, four years old. luj to Id good one this year. 'with mem) other states. It is evident, hands high. The amount of space m this issue that Kenturky Is makliiK progress J. H. Leavell, Ilryantsville. Ky.. has given to the literary societies is in proJunior Audubon Class. three year old mule for sale, from 1! portion to the progress made by the The Students are learning tu l.'J hands high. tl.e correct thing to do in meeting". FOIl KENT: -- A five room house, The manner of speaking is improving. Ily the use of tne interesting and vnl-- j with lights, water and bath, also good The spirit toward the societies is fine. uable literature, pictures and "llird' Lore", obtained from the National Asbarn and garden. Possession given at Transylvania College oilers awards sociation of Audubon Societies, they )nce. Kent reasonable. five dollars forflrst, hope to learn much that is worth while Arch I). Stevens. of fifteen, ten. and second and third choices of papers, about the habits and characteristics of written by high school seniors, on the our home birds. The motto of this 14 bushels FOR SALK-Ab- out of subject: "Why (Jo to College". There Society is "I'rotect Our llirds". 371-Q- . good bottom hemp seed. I'hone are about 1COO members of the senior Mr. Claxton. U. S. Commissioner of O. H. Ilendren. high schools in the Education, says that the work of the classes of over Paint Lick Ky. H. F. D. 2, state, who ire eligible to enter this Junior Audubon Classes is very important for Its educational and econotr.ic FOK SALE: Registered two year old. contest. results. short horn bull; also several young The few days of spring weather last A Creed For High School Pupils. heifers. J. 11. Wheeler, Nina. Ky. enthumuch - three room house Mrs. I.la Tinlev. "ee" for wer" "vei1 of fu,,,la- "I""'". ',o Tlu'' It Iztii. KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE AND UAiNU OI- - INOW" IN h.IiS ir.S'SriEXPERIENCE efficiency count ALL BUSINESS. week brought out athletic Veterinary KENTUCKY. The Athletic Committee of the LOST; A Studebaker wagon gate on siasm. .... . ,. . I. j the Iluckeye road, hinder will ulease' I OOyS CIUU going lO worn nun Buw iiiu I hammer turned out three sets of fairly return to Tom v ant a. , ,. ,, . I gOOU . Iluruies. meftu llic uujb urau i stopped by the snow ForSaIe:-O- ne pair two vear old ! bl"a,i UP but were athlet-heavy mules; one good milk cow. fresh and a which sv:m3 t0 httV' covered the for 8 wlli'1'- - When things thaw milker; one two hundred pound i ic ,n ee the K00'1 work con. Poland China boar. Folger, out we Frank Marcellus, n-:- .1. A. Beazlev 27 ii i. u. i. iinmniou u nas several pair oi work horses and mules he will SfH. tL'nrtli lliu n. it mnuI fc " .... Ky. lit'l'. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Over National Hank. ',l!cidence i'hone 8. 01!! ce I'hone OfTlce For Sale:- - Kxtrn pair of work mules. Will sell wotth the money. J. U. Woods. Paint Lick Ky. rorSale:-- A good gentle family horse. Not afraid of anything. J. AI. Cress, Preachersville Ky. For Snle:-2- U(l bales of good mixed hay; UO cents a bale or $1. 1st per liui.-'irt-W. Ii. Mojs. Sr, j LANCASTER, KY. The Wayenbery Line of Work Shoes Rest by for Men unit Bos Every pair Himranteed te-- t iiermination and I'uritv lest Furnish- led On All Field Setus Hudson, tluglltS ' B. C. COX, Ilione fase,8(y i t H it Farnau, Ollice Hours to l'J u. Til. Hot 7t..9p. m M. K. Denny and W. A. Wlieele, Pcdcrs OAr Of Dental Surgery. tV Piiblie I 'to be kind and gracious at all times; to be thoughtful and not needlessly hurt or olfend anyone by word or deed; to be honest in all dealings, including studies; to be purposeful, always working with a definite end in view; to take an active part in all high school activities, to be humble in success, taking defeat withtinu"'- out bitterness: to be optimistic and at the same time to be determined to make CimmilsMoner flaxton's recent n1 that optimism justified; to be demoI "A It.M.S. by themselves . . . cratic, judging people , . ... . A farm of 17s acre- -, very fertile, frontage on 2 pikes, l PMiif nitiu Went UtlCUUlUK bl IHJllll j mile of fit) limits and nut their possessions; last, hut not I It ,l Ut..to It. Kill. Lancaster, well watered, dwelling ami otlier out buildings, 10 acre tobacc In other by any means least, to put the best of words, about -- I percent of thn Inliab. there is in you into whatever jou at- barn. 200 ton concrete silo. Hurry, some 1.1 sure to buy Ihis one A mlmrban home of 1 1 acres, on pike 1 mile of City limits, ere In school tempt; these are the ideals which lend ItantH of this country brick dwelling, large barn ai.d otlier out buildings. last ear Smlhir reports show 19 to real success. i A farm of acres, partly rolling land, go.nl improvements, on pikewtth percent In tlreat llritaln. 17 In France. Are You Going To College? about lliO acres of cliff and grazing luiwl thrown in. , 20 in (Jeriiiany. mid I In Russia. ilo-for 2nl acres on two pikes, can he divid.sl 111 seversl farms. No A f.i.-in those foielKii countries the As the school year nears a close one average dally attendanco'ls better and of the big questions to settle is the improvements but a number of buikling sites. Fine location. Land lies well. A fertile farm of 1M acres with splendid the iiverago school term longer than question as to whether the graduate improvements, land lies well and is on pike. iliwjl go to college- - The following con In tho I'nlted Starts. -. A small farm of 2.'. acres, with room Inane, go.nl orchard, well located, cree facts from one of our exchanges ' A New Arithmetic. are worthy of consideration from the on pike, do... to school and ilmrch.w. or 1( acres with large barn adjoining can ' standpoint of the money value of a col be added,' making ,V acres. I'ossiwaiou at once, "I urn notmucliofmnathematicien' A farm of 125 acres, close tn town, large tobacco barn and line building s.,i(i ti1M i'ii'ai..ite bu I can add to u lege education. Willi Ibis is important it is the least that can lie said of the site oil pike for dwelling. I run subtract tutiilit.-Mniiin' w.rv-tuiA farm or Us acres. wrtly roiling. Iih Iihu, nf such training. Tliete Bre alus semlid improvements right from Ids physical energy. I can tnulti- - value of such tremendous import that dollars on pike, A fin 111 of 12 wrea, 4 miles from town, on pike, ami cents do not meaiiure them, laid partly rolling Of emirutit living Auieiicans, I ht splendid improvement. A farm nf 110 acre of fine land well Imptuved. cent have been educated in high H'lmolf, i pike acie.sible h mar id per cent in tin common sJkxiHi, I ket nf thru) cotinly seats, land liea Weil. A.ainall fnim of 1H acre, li mile tmit piise, with good tmpiov tier cent in normal schools, "I per cent ... Pit Our records for the past eight years show sales of more than Fl.fiini tcrr of land, besides 1 large amount of town and city pioperty and stocks of mer chandise. amounting to more than JI.:t.Vl.tM.(il and this bminess was done ti the entire satisfaction of more than GOO clients and customers and they are my references for "fair dealing." From my experience in the business know how. wh-- n. where anj what to advertise. Tt tiie one who has property to sell farm land, city proerty, dwelling, lots or business property, merchandiie or any real estate pnqiosition. I solicit your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. List vour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand a long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your property may be just what I am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit jour patronage at I know values and know that when you close a deal through me you will get "value received" for your money. I have on hand for sale at all timet a Larite Number of Farms. Dwellings Citv Property not In the adtertisrd lilt, as my list of property is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new pronrties and some of my best properties are not advertised at the request of the owners, If you are a of Oarrard County, write me and I will tell you all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads schools and churches, of Lancaster ami its business. Its people and its growth The follow leg is just a few of the properties I have on Hand for sale now 1 li ie a in. ui. ii ubin aui tl'in at my place, beginning at !l ill for win Kuihlliigoivi Hurt Ml' urit'tur ft 'ft. AuAt M WEDNESDAY. MARCH 21ST 1917. LAN'CASTKI!, KKNTl:CKY, You to jjet our free cataluu mi Fruitand ShadeTrnes Shrubs, Graoe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaragus, H.F.Hillenmcyer 18. . FA KM I NO IMHI.F.MF.NTS One binder; one mower; one Oliver chilled plow; one Vulcan turning plow; Everything for Orchard. Lawn and one garden plow; two cultivators; ou garden cultivator; one Disc harrow; ono corn planter; one A. A. harrow; lot cf corn and hay; cider mill; one Garden. No Agta. btckboard; one 2.)iorsu wagon; onu buggy und' harness; 7,000 tobacco sticks, Write for free Catalogue. and other farming implements. A good many other things not mentioned here. Terms made known on dav of sale. Remember the hour !);.'S0 A. M. & Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, DahRoses, p'ei.i id farm l!ij ACItFS. MtJItK Olt LKriS Located nnliM frt.ni Hustniiville. 11 miles fim McKinney, mi the (J. The Und it in ij high aim ('. iHilroad uud on the waters of the Ilnnniog Fork. atiuv ot Bult.vatloii and Hie milliuuritii sr in gtx d sliape. The dwellliiK is lianl-u lltliiig one for ilm pliiee. At the sanio time and ptaiv, 1 will also sell the following stock, etc. HOiiSl'S-On- e ti jeiir-ol- d liorse; one hone: one mare; one combined mare; cm pair (l.yearold geldings, ill hands high mule; one mule; one coming Mill. FS -- One coming mare mules. a eil mule; pair IfiJ hards, .Vyear-ol('ATTI.i: Six high grade cows, nil red; one high grade red hull; two high grade bull calves, all red; four liih grade heifers, lias, Ete. Soni. Lexington, Kentucky. HALL ANDERSON JOHN II. DINWIDDIK, Auctioneer. McKlNNKV, KKNTUCKY. llo colli'ifes." IHl'llU. "Careful statistic show that the avCITY I'ltftl'KK't Y: erage tincdui'Htis! man errim $I.."i u New iiHsierndw. ding of rooms. hall., cellar. Uith looms, modem or nb iut Stifl a ear. In in enis inipioveinints, fjn day. ted. iiKt,t,t waterworks, small modern barn Tho average high anil t Slfc.ooii. lie ciiriw aeies if lain!. acliool graduate enrns $l,UJ a year. In A dwelling ol 1. r..nti,s in d out buildnv's and I acres of land difThe 40 years he 04m 40,0oo. The Another new in ..Urn ,1a, Ilm? of lo room wuh all modern cm V litem.' ference tn favor of the high schmil man A uuiolii'i' (if oil r d.M lliegs anil Puilihug mts ' is $2.l)O0. To K' t this addisl amount he I .1 furthei p.ir'.iu'.iri and pn.-tini.ire r sponds 12 )ettr in sclnlul, '.I month per days per month, or '.,li;o days. year. in other words lie earns $10 a day each MAN. day in school. "Hut a college education increase Lancaster, Kentucky. onu's earning capacity much more, (The United States Commissioner of common Education has said that school education increases u man's productive ability 60 per cent, u hijjli school training increases it 100 ki- cent Incorfsittited, and college training increases it from '00 to MOO per cer.t. "An agricultural survey made in All New York State shows that a high school education Is woth as much to a Phones MD-F- 111 -- or 8.'L All Orders Recede Proniut Attention farmer a $0,000 worth of S per cent bonds, and that a college education is worth nearly twice at much." in I ele-ins SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE 11 - Jacob SchuIzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For Occasions. 11 Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.