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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 22, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917032201_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 22, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY sivKNTM Y8AR. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22. 1917. SEED CORN OF QUALITY. NUMBkR SI. ariiBi GOOD riiB PLUMBING 'WILL BE UNDER 1 p. ii'V. Installed on Sanitation lines is what you want and need. Save health or your family, it is a pleasure, cost no more --4 Our "Garrard Coui.ty White". "Gar-rnCIVIL SERVICE. County Yellow". "Garrard County Sllnge". "Lincoln I'rize Silage", is 'resident Wilson has annuunced that IiIrIi can-fullselected and I'liHruntt-n- l on Anril 1st all pnstrnustvrs will go Hudson, Illinium & 1'ariiail, test. under civil service and that in the future all vacancies will he filled hy examination. This includes nil -4 class olliccs. There was a big protest Opera llniie. n .Vita-grapAt l!oman from Congress but it was of no avail. with Hubert Cdeson in picturf . Too "Tor A Woman's Fair Name". GARRARD COUNTY much can not dp said about this l)ln-ilou picture. See it tonight hiiiI will lt glad voti came. BIBLE SOCIETY. ft Nunnally's Candies. i'i 1 mm tie W Ice Cream Parlor. mrw wt r m ft Solicits your business rind will SHEEP MONEY HERE. than poor plumbing. Let us explain plans will save you money. we The money to pay olT the claims, for sheep killed hy worthless dogs I now ready for distribution at The amount the county clerks ullice. received from the dog tax will not pay the claims in full. owing to the excessive amount killed and the few dogs The from which taxes were collected. 'claims will Ik-- prorated at sixty-fiv- e cents on the dollar. , sheep The (iarrard held its annual County llihle reeling at the Society Presby- serve you promptly. terian church Sunday night, the following were elected as ollicers for the ensuing year: II. F. Hudson, President; John Duncan, Secretary; 8.0. I'ennv. Treasurer; J. A. lleazlev, Depositor. Addresses were delivered hy Kcv.'s II. S. Huusnii and F. M. Tinder. Fresh Vegetables and Fruits always on'liand. Prompt delivery anywhere in the city. DISTILLERIES TO SHUT JUDGE FORD ANNOUNCES. In this lsue of the Kecords npliears It is reported that the Kentucky No 202. Any Hoar the announcement of Judge A. D. I'o'd, Distilh rs Company plants at Camp nomination for. for the Democratic Proprietor. down this week. (( County Judge at the coming primary1 Nel.on are lo shut Simon Weil has a big lot of cattle on LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. next August. He also isues a strong fed ai.d he hand there to be t-.- t .r IK ir i ird to the Democrats of Hie c only, f.-- t in a conversation with Sam Muir which he reviews his past n coi l and in IE Company had noti- that the Distilleries tales if elected, just what m.iy be ex- - lied him of the pru-e- d . pvnnjp r rniim iflMTDAPT shutdown peeled from his administration. HORSE KILLED Mr. Weil will slop bis cat- - tLuLl KIL LlUltl lUNlKftU f nerds v.rys.Mi. Judge Ford Iris many staunch Hemp Soul for Sale. tie in the liens wild the dried dislil.ery LITTLE DOING IN While driving into the city last Satthruout the county, who vvid rullv to feeil Hudson. Hughes A I'arnau. for the present, till he can get A REALITY. his support holh in the priniarv ai.d the! urday night from Buckeye, Dr. J. S. some grass to turn them on. Catholic direr, The last issue of the CIRCUIT COURT. final election. His card eonfims ume In the publication of the lighting Gilbert accidental- ran his machine into "f t iry shows llm I atholie population interesting matter which will lie eagerordinance this week, the details of the j a horse running loose, the car striking -- econd week of Court is ly Circuit The (.ounvihe to he IKi.lMl. There are read liv the voters of the rountv. franchise and contract is finished and j its fore leg, breaking it above the knee, hi. I aside from the drawing to n 11,7:11 pupils III the parochial school. tile work of the city ollicir.ls is com-- 1 The horse had gotten loose from the against nse of the CommonneiilUi WAR FUND.; pleted. The franchise, we think is a alley where it was hitched and belonged HAN Dairy Feed for the cows. High grade Swi-neA LUCKY Morgan, which took up mnt w I lie inrjlel. nurcoaser. .111. 11. i"inu iinii. u- - d'unmi feed for the pigs, cattle ami she.)i. of the courts time List week, very little A very excellent picture of Mr. II. I . Kncoumging messages have reached Hastin is one of the most energetic, killed. Hudson, Hughes .t I'arnau. The WoimI this week has lieen Magazine u,e Hlind Fund Committee in Lancaster, successful, thorough going, honest andi is in the Kverv Week Sweeney Morgan on the 'TalK About l.uck" page. The Attentiuti is called 10 the boxes in thi? j,oiite of our voung business men. The The increase in enlistments for the liny in the case of charged with killing llooth Sutton last notice beneath the picture says that blink)-- , drug 1'nlle.l Slates navy is shown by the stores hotel and depot ,Mnt wi be completed and ready to give MURPHY which was given Mr. Wood is so lucky that his mime a j service on July lirst. when may he made. the Walker fact that there are nearly :l.lt men at September, detail of returned a should be mentioneil only in an nvvedjMR.ro contributions Newport training station, the larg- in this paper at the time, Since the contract j Mr?. Alice Murphy, wife of Mr. E. every penny goes lo the franchise expires. the teK,m)er hours of ilehher-utloHe guessed j,lnd ,nf,lct, whisper in Harrodsburg deductions whatever provides for the most modern plant K Murphy died at the family home on est numlier eer there since Us estah-Itslime- verdict, after several of acquittal. m in.- - v...voh.- - i,eing made on account 01 aiimiiusira- - hat can be coii3truieu, wun raies ins way nines Ham ton Ave. ast Mondav morning. Jess Itoach charged with breach of Worhl's Fair bv estimating what the private consumers as well as street t '0( tuberculosis after an illness of more live expenses. Interned German sailors are to lie the ieace. was given n tine of $20 and ' a week. of the unit-- 1 lighting at prices from twenty to lilty t,an e total attendance would be in In view of the years. and Ogle-thoplaced at Forts Mcl'hcrsoti costs. He also won a free trip to the St. Uiuis ed States becoming involved in the j ,,er ccnt below anv other privutely! Mrs. Murphy was fifty-on- e years of ('tilted States under guard of Harvey Davis charged with r,rand and in addition won $50 in present war, it was deemed advisable , owned plant in the state, our people Hf,e arlU a faithful member of the Hap-t- o army regulars following the complaint larceny, was found guilty and given ' Kxosition t gold for the bett poem written on a hold a meeting of the ollicers of the , wj appreciate the conditions and give tjat church at Iluckeve. She whs a of the Mayor of Philadelphia that he two years in the School of deform. certain subject given out by the Fair. Fund on February 3rd. last, at which 1 the owner such n support that he wcman 0f beautiful character, ar.d considered the holding of the men there 1'red Cmmcr-soCommonwealth against He has won a gold watch, a handsome it wai decided that the name of the I wj ,e able to make a success of his nom, j.new her hut to love her. Thru n menace to thu city. charged with false swearing, was bookcase, a ntio and a number of Fund be changed to A. H. F. H. (Amer undertaking. He is entitled to this j her lone itlrn.-s-3 kIii' was ever cheerful at the women s given one year in the penitentiary. prues. Harrodsburg HeraM. I ican. Ilritish. French and llelgian) I'er- - support from the public and the city I am faithful, and will be sadly missed smaller One ef the newlaMiks Cash I'umphrey was lined $10. for The greatest streak of luck Mr. Wood manent Wind Kelicf War Fund, so that ollieials which he will receive. Library is -- Mr. Drilling Sees It in the home. 1, 1:. Wells. is con contempt of court and given a jail sen. ever had was left out. and that is. that a American soldiers and sailors who i,v II It i'h She was buried in the Lancaster tei.ee of lirt hours. I he won Sow and pigs for sale. Mrs. Mamie Farra Thompson De blinded will be immediately sidered the greatest war story written cemetery Tuesday afternoon, after serwill adjourn Tinally ClrigES. gi-- , I ne graiui-jor- j W. li. I. - nnvell.t. for a helpmete. Hesides Itfhows what the looked after by the Fund, in training K. F. D. No. a. vices by Rev. F. M. Tinder. having up to this tune returned ,vlw, ur! I 1., . . schools similar to those conducted by her husband she leaves two children, g.niic 10.,. .HI ....n..r f.,r mi.,!... KOK KENT. -- My dwelling on """"" at the age when in It. The changes which the war fir Arthur Pearson at St. NDunstan's, LINCOLN'S COURT HOUSE St. Good garden. I. 1. 1'hompson. Ida and Garnett, just brings is -- l forth in a dramatic and meanors. London, and hy M. Kugene Bneux and they most need a mother's, love and al. vs. ' The case of Preston Ward el i other French ollieials at Keuilly. entert.i l. J" Damaged Bj Fire. Farming is now the order of the day care, which makes her death doubly lTerrill and Williams, the jury foundfor On the llrd of March a cable was sent and "The man with the Hoe." as well sad. 'the sympathy of the community I 111"). Owing to the heavy demand for the the plaintiir, in the sum ot London, advis- as the plow may be seen on every farm. ' is extended the bereaved ones Lincoln county's J.Ml.WK) court house to Sir Arthur l'earson, W. T. Kim? vs. W. L. I Jiwson, claim-- 1 seed for cropping purKises, hemp need iounds had Trom fire, ing him that one thousand for suffered a 510,000 damage took a sudden jump last week from ing $.110 as due him as commission lighted been tent him. Sir Arthur replied by is said selling farm, the jury found for King thought to have raught from a There SlU.oll to tW per bushel cigar thrown into u box of saw dust, cable "A Thousand Thanks". , (Hinlributions cheerfully accepted by to be only a very limited supply of 111 the above sum. . i used as a cuspidor. The lire was dis-- I hemp seed in the country, and the Mrs. Mattie Duncan. W. F. Champ, SALK; One .1 year old mule. coveied about 3 o'clock Tuesday morn-on- e OK fortunate been who have Mrs. Aj l'rice, Mrs. J. A. Anion. ' d l.ore and seven two vear old mules ning and the lire department responded enough lo raise anv anil quickly having the blaze under control enough to SHVe It until row will reap a at Ilurtmi's barn KAUFFMAN l)ickernn nnd Oirner. in a few minutes. The omen s Club small fortune from their holdings. IJ the greatest lovers, having no nuur-lanc2- - T ore? covered by Oo The Job At Frankfort The other losses are ! insurance. No recoids in the liuildirg were damaged. While he mm be neglecting his polit km I fences here lit home and in the dis-Ul T I i r T1 nr li id, where he is a candidate for the, Democratic notiiiiiutuii for Stat i Sena- tor, Ucprentuiive 11. C. Kaultinan is EXTRA SESSION looking well after his constituents inwlieru the To Meet on April 2nd. Will Proclaim War terests in the slate capital, special legislature is trying to cieate u a Ollli e r,. ('resident Wilion recognizinif that Tax Coinmiision, it they never create I'HONF.:; ii Kesidence ;no. purpoe tliov vvere Germany is prt'cticallj making war on tax laiv, foi which KENTUCKY. 11 the I'lUtid Stales on the seas, called called together. LANCASTER, Uepre'eiuative Kauirman inmle a ongie-- s t.i meet in cxtraurdimry .'J game tiulit to limit the iiiaximiim ex-- I lun on April .mi. lo ileal wun me 1 3C elite of the Coiimiision to ?l'J.0UO a munition. doing It. of tile si's-iii- n, the pro- - Vi ar and came in one vole of '(lie there being IS for mid lb against hl to receive is rlnniuliuri 1 .T . and was untied by thei t l it l1 s iV t coinmuiiicatioii from the Chief llxtiu .. iiimuidnieiil .... Iiirf Vl.trt t ...... !... It. it-01 nutltfi.nl t I ve on "grave iitU'Ulloua jKiomlhs Courier Journal regarding hcv.. Kauirman made, lu uuote. The 1'r. sident in his addrew to Con- - j tlu Mil "The real light came on the amend-all- y gress will detail how Germany nractk- 1ms been making war or the l.'mted tnunt olfered by lUpreseutative II. I' a C StaUn bv the tuthluM iWhtruction of Kaullman, of Grr.itd county . nil.iwing 3 s- AinxiicMi live and liiw on the hip.h the comniilun u aggreguie iiiaximui.i of livinil" by planting a "Cut the high cost h,w of .exiajnse of 112.0(H). During the debate sou in contraveiiliou of all the on It, ItepreeiiliitiVe Oliver announced few nations nii humunii). iurdcti. Wc can supply you with garden unwilling to cuib the com In his Inaugural address I'residei.t , that he 4r Wilson made it plain just what we miwion's activity by allowing it . kinds: seed oi all 1IM. 'Ut aid that he woual wat t. st ind for. wlun lie said; "We may even be drawn on, by cir-- 1 in the spirit of u compromise, llm n. cuinstnnci's, not by our own purKne uiiiemhuent that vvou'd be oiler or dinire. to a moru active assertion of namely that allowing the In bulk or package our rlehts as we see them and u more era $15,000. all the small garden a CCD and Kxcent for the ringing "uvea ,,..,1m,i i.,-iii- , in wiili the ereat "noes" in unswer to tin rollcall. struggle itself reigned during the time the vote Also Bulk "Hut nothing will alter our thoughts g --& Thev are too clear to was being taken on the KaulTinan ZIZ or our purpose abovB All After the Speaker cast obscuied. Thev are too deeply umendmenl. the deciding vote against It. it was principles of our natio-ia- l r5 f00'1'1' I'1 Start your Snirlet SniU Asters nntl Hardy Snap Drudons life to be a'teied. We desire neither understood the $15,000 amendment now. W conquest nor advantage. We wish would be adopted.Kautraiu, speaking in W nothiiig that can be bad only at the (tepresentative salcost of another people. Wo nave ai- - favor of his amendment fixing the ways professed unselfish purpose and aries at $3,000. urged that the Comwe covet the opportunity to prove that missioners be paid no more than the State Auditor and Treasurer receive." our profttilons are sincere." Conn Brothers. lJl DOWN". Meal Served Telephone w. O. KING, 't 11111 s3 '.it io ,, .,.. ii.. ..,! r 5 P 5 r n 7v H t$ 111" 'SHQ DENTIST. SG Mil and the !"" .!. ht TI1110 t ST i g; i. S (J) W Seetl Potatoes, Beans, Peas, Onions seeds , sit aE 2 Q $JU a O 1 Package Flower Seeds. freshly packeted. ide n s i . N 9 II o Hi n M ! Theo Currey. The Central Record, Thursday, March 22. 1917. Spring Paint Suggestions From REACHES AND BENEFITS .COY- Hill Sto tines Drug Store. Many alluring advertisments and catalogs will be mailed to the "dear people" from d paint unknown, dealers offering to sell paint cheap. You will be asked to send your good money in advance. agents will solicit your custom, but take it from us, and if you are wise, you will pass them by. Don't under any consideration be mislead by these FAKES. Plausable arguments will be urged to catch theunwary. You risk the loss of your labor and material by using unknown brands of fake paint containing no lead and oil. Daily papers every day quote cost of pure Lead and Oil. You yourself can figure the cost of a gallon of pure reliable paint. Come to us for reliable goods and information. away-from-hom- e, self-style- Fly-by-nig- ht Mound City Horse Shoe read) mixed paint it tilt-- finest and liest for Quality Heauty and Durabil- To fhi mm.T mifrVrpr of Mn il1r!t' ance. I. li. I, tin li'iultl wnnh, hn fHViuih ,i Harold Onslott bought a horse from It sets all to working in harIimi.' nnl. 'Iticy khinv It U MlnM. it tit tltry van ilrjmut im It. t.ir il.i rut mony, which means perfect health, Hill Crimes for 1 HI. ml It to l.irir IiHkV lirHntf In physical and me itnl vigor and virility Mr. Earl ltrmiddus was the guest ct Itirs, It lim trmrl Itwlf n n tnrtrk.it. Trmnh fr nit form. f l.curnm. It l n n perfect digestion, an nctiver liver, n Mr. Jim Sanders Sunday nilit. rprirltiOc flint I lmrmti4 t.t ttn nwt Mli Atr kin. Imt Mill It I ifTrttln nml bright eye and a good complexion. Joe Aldridge bought a yearling colt i.ttlik In ron. If Jmi ntv it mffVtif A 1(1.0 has a host of friends in nil inilti.llnj; ulnars p!mfniii pkin from V. H, Montgomery for J.'iO. r mules tlt'. rrtnnlr i"rtit tint l.y. inn In nny form, parts of the country there Hre scores tUU .tlnipt"'!"' will It Mr and Mrs. Elijah MrMilliHti were lina ttMN th i4t iinil liNity, the waster of men, women and children whom it riiifiriHti f tr nil rklu has permanently cured. It found them visitor of Mr. Hill Whitaker, Sunday. ( oMif in ttNinjr nml nk nlmiit nir cucr rntcc n I. tbo suffering not only from their original ' Mr. Mnrv A. Sunder is in ('mil Or- - Pimp, ttiat1.kttpa I". ,M' ntmiit 1. R tt.lu Ittalth)1, diseases, but from the additional re- - chl)ri f .r ,m)( lk Sanders. , H. KU,.sl . suits of continued dosing of the drastic rh children of Messrs Tom Tapp 9 1 Wm. JLF the Standard violent, purgative pills and "cures." Skin Itemed ml ul'' l','ma' nre victims of tneasels. which they had been taught to believe K. K. McHnberls. Lancaster. Ky. wouM cure them it anything could. A. T. and .1. I. Sanders bought a pair AI'.I.O found them prematurely old, f mules Irom Mack Hird of Crab AIT. HKMtON snllow anil chard for slaves to a wrecked liver and wrecked I . I. . II..I . ... I I.. .. . """K"' niuir "" InmnMi " "r II, -Montgomery for ni .1.andr....a Mrs Joseph Hicks remains quite ill. .(,ll..r.l on.l nil l.nl III! Mr. El Grow sold In Mr. J. It. AHI.O left them, strong, in II. for JllHl. a young mare for $1!0. clear-ejeand buoyant, with the appe- horse W. L. Grow sold In Mai (Tarter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter attended tite and digestion of a schoolboy a Huckeye a young mare for J'XI.&O. vigorous and ns capable of all the en- the burial of Mr. J. II. Deane at Friday. joyments of life as they ever were. Miss Iva Del Montgomery of FrankAKLO can do the same for you. Mis Gertrude Mctjuerry was the fort is with home folks for a short stay. If you suffer from LI VEIt or KID- guest of Miss Euhilah Montgomery at Mrs. Elizabeth F. Scott of Jessamine NEY TUOUHLE. or from RESULT- Lock S IhsI week. is with her Mrs. Wm. ING headaches, dyspepsia, debility, Hed. Alsike. Sapling and sweet Clov-- Onstolt. loss of appetite, nervousne, pains in j Messrs Cruse mid Asmer. dentists, the side or back, loss of energy and er; Timothy. Orchard Gias and Kv, Hlue Gras Seed. of Herea, are located at Hounie for a lack of vigor don't trifle with Hudson. Hughes & Famuli. few days. pills and cures. lmiight ol Mr. Elgin Montgomery Get a bottle of AKLO. the "Miracle Mr. Earl Hroaddus of Chicago is with a nice msre Medicine." his parents. Mr and Mrs. CronleyiMr. W. H. Montgomery tiro... CITJI AHI.O is sold exclusively in Lancas- Hroaddus for a shott stay. ter by Stormes Drug Store. The sale of Mr. H. Montgomery on Miss Lone Clouse and Mr. Jav Mob- guests of Mr. and last Wednesday was well attended ami erlv were week-eneverything sold well. Mrs. T. H. Green of Wilmore. j 1 I ' 1 I ' ' EVERY VITAL ORGAN. Lvnn It Rive each just the needed assist-- 1 fowler Elmer East is suffering with mensels. Cobb Imunht n horse from for $115. Wash Away Skin Sores GUNNS CHAPEL. Hyatt Gill laughter. Little Mis Christine Dailey is ill Horn to Mr. and Mrs. MMaHH with mensels. Several children of Taltnn May's have measles. Talton May sold a pair of mules to Mr. Tom Floyd. The family of Mr. Lewis McCulley Is ill with measles. Mr. Hardin I'rice is visiting hi? ! ter in Lexington. Miss Sue lliggins was a recent gust of Mrs, John I. nml. The family of Mr Silas Matthews is ill with pneumonia. Mis Mayme Calico of Gilea.I sent the week end with her parents here. Mr. Hubert Long sold a horse to S. nerve-shattere- $(. Sebastian for d I e grand-daughte- Mr. W. W. Gnhlmrl of l'log Texas was here last week. Mea.les and auto fever are raging ill this part of the county. Messrs Irvine Simpson mid Duck Simpson have purchased Ford ears. Mr. a'ul Mrs. Dock Simpson and Mr. I.ong of Kirhmonil were here 1 htirsda) . Mr. and Mr. Hubert l'.ithergfll are parents of a sun John I). born March HUM. tX. 1 ' d TEATMKSVILLE ity of finish when properly applied. Mrs. John Simpson is on the sick lit. DON'T ft WASTE TIME. ' ' Absolutely pure. WHAT PAINT? The host known paint I'HESCKIPTION is Bn eld one - simply I'L'KE WA1TE LEAD mixed with Pl'KE LINSEED OIL and the necessary color. We have only the Standard oil and the Standard lead. No risk in its use anil results sure. Mr. Handle Lamay is suffering with the mumps. Mas. Lucy Jones and Aleer. Cotton were visitors here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Trave Hume have named their girl. Virgie Lee. Miss Lula McCotfeV visited Miss Leon Atwcll at Nina last week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hay and children visited Mr. and Mrs. James Hume Miss Irene Itolton is visiting her sister Mrs. Elijah I.ong at Cottonburg. Dairy Feed for the cows. High grade feed for the pigs, cattle and shetp. Hudson, Hughes & Famau. Iiolton and Edgar Messrs Clarance Lane were the guest of Messrs Walter and At.ion Hume Sunday. Mrs. Andy Mattock and children are visiting her parents Mr, and Mrs. John Creech at Cartersviile. $115. Anion MomUv. Mr. I.ige Calico of Jessamine was a guest of hi sister Mrs S. S. Sebastian Saturday and Sundnv. Mi's Lenna Hollon has returned Mr. Leonard Crank Mild to Mr. Sam from an exti nded visit to friends and a horse price JIM. Mr Crank pulton, relations m Eastern Ky lmunht of Mr. Tim. Hicks a mare for Mr. and Mrs. Ilui.trr Onus weie guest of Mr and Mrs. Lucian Foster Sundav night. Mrs Hubert Long and rinldreii wen guest, of Meilnines II. liav and J. M ENAMELS brilliant white enamel paint for Bath and lied Rooms. Dries perfectly hard and can be washed. Never turns yellow and is always clean and inviting. ROOF PAINT. in Gtaphite, natural, red and green. Not affected by heat Fire and water and cold. Slakes a metal loof proof. last long. Illue Grass .Mixed paints are made by iiratical workmen of over SO years experience in the most modern way, and are best uited to give good results ir Tone. Iiody and Covering capacity. J It's waste of time to experiment! Mr. Earl Grow and his mother. Mrs. with liniments and plasters when you lYc,jt. (;row moved Monday to the have a dull, throbbing backache or ,,iaco recently vucMts-sjy Mr. Auther sharp, stabbing twinges. Get after tt.tunm Help the kidneys with the cau.e! .Ir!(. j,,,,,, vHnder,HH,I and daughter. . . . .K . Doan a Kidney Fills. Head this. John Trimble Stanford pike. U"' lH w,.,.k v,ith her daugh'er. Mrs. A. caster, says: "1 line useil noun s Mo- (). Montgomery ney Fills with benefit when my kidneys Mr. Jus llardwick has built some adI suffered have been out of order. ilifinnul nittMi. til In. .hull ll'hli'li u p.. " from weakness and dull pains across ne iwcupieii ny nis .nr. mv back and loin. At times I could to Lily and family of I.exingtun. not do any stooping or lifting on ac Mr. Davnl l)gan. who has been the count of the sharp pains in my back. Messrs W. I My kidneys acted irregularly. Doan's guest of his nephews. Kidney Fills relieved the pains in my and Ed Grow for several weeks, reback and put my kidneys in good con- turned to his home in Decatur III. un Monday. dition." Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Montgomery Don't simI'rice .lilc. at all dealers. ply ask fora kidney remedy get Doan's were with her brother. Mr. Sam Dun- Monday. Mrs. Kidney Fills- - the same that Mr. Trim- - can at Nicholasvilte. Co.. l'rups.. Montgoim r) will also make a visit to ble had. Hulfalo, N. Y. relatives in Lexington. ! Foster-.Milbur- n Coughs Worse at Night The limple.t and qulrVnt wty lo rC rid ol a orsiinc rackinji io(l,l couch, hcklinji thriiut, hoar.c, wbrciy brrslh-i- n it In lake Foley's Honey and Tar. In il, Jon rl die cutsliir influence nl llie pine Isr and nthrr brabn ininti-ent- i, torihrr siilh the mollding and laxalUe aclxin of honey. I liMtlril lih bion-hi- .l ril.. "I .ffntioa .njriiufhrj tnn.i.allr a.v ..J r nl I ltH. lul..'. Unity a.J 1 .1 .fid lr il II I. Iir.l lor burnetii. I ri.U. .nj riMjK. ' I I ronchl.l i.H.itt., rrwie. Inrf ..alLru.1, .11 (jwH.ly fchr.cj. i, lu.lii.1 Sold Everywhere. J.ior C T M.ll.r, (n..lion I.J SUNSHINE VARNISH FINISHES Made of 'Tut a little Sunshine in your Home." the highest grade durable varnish. Gives a perfect finish to new work and makes old cracked dingy surfaces look like new. VARNISHES For inside and outside work. For floors furniture and mantels. Seat varnisn that wont stick. FIrt varnish for a soft waxy finish. RE-N- U LAC VARNISH STAIN In oak, mahogany, cherry and walnut for home use. Works wonders for the housewife. I'roduces an interior tinish for every requirement. Can be successfully applied by any one, (in floors and furniture. Every time a match is lighted a fire is started. Whether or not that fire results in the loss of life or property depends largely upon the one striking the match. You say you are careful, and we have ever reason to believe you are, but can you vouch for the care exercised by every visitor or intruder. The fate of your property, and maybe your life may rest in hands other than your own and there is only one way to protect your-sel- f. BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS for paint, varnish, roof and white wash from five cents up. Carriage and Also liuggy I'aint. TOI' dressing. Easily and quickly applied with fine results. Automobile, Outside One two coata. Torch Floor covers I'aint ready for use ao) equure on Perches and steps. gallon feet with B Creolite - the stair paint. inside flour and BLUE RIBBON FAMILY Better be safe, than sorry. We can write you any kind of insurance that can be written and will appreciate your business more than any one. Our Companies represented have Millions of dollars to back their contracts and we are bonded, so when the papers are executed, you have a policy that is binding from the minute it Is written. Just a word will get us to explain and protect you. Delay may be your misfortune. 0 9 PAINT perfect 25c cans for general house hold use on windoora, dows, chairs, in 10. 15 & KEMPER & WOODS OFFICE PEOPLES BANK. Dries while you sleep with a hard elastic PAINT LICK, KY- - surface. benches. swings screen AND and flower pots. BARN ROOF PAINT Injpaste form for roofs, barus, implements and outbuildings. Thinjgallon for gallon with pure linseed oil. A satisfactory andeconomical paint. The Central Record, Thursday, March 22, 1917. HE BRYANTSVILLE 0 (!) d tiAtrN and MMun POWER. i i GRACE, BALANCE TIU.Sh'IllltF.i: UNLIMITED (!) (!) (!) FORM TIIETRINITV 8 (!) STEARRSS - KNIGHT l WHICH MAKES a iiiiiMcrpiucc mining c.ir tin; one cur yon will ili'sirr tlie cur i urn )(Hi suotiiti own Snlil hy liuilt liy Tin' I' II Sifiirris Compiiny, Cluvi-lam- q (!) I til Edward C. Benckendorf, Wilmore, ky. If Interested Write nr Phone, I f!l DC 1c WHAT IS COM CEL SAR? Tltr Origin book ei.titeled if tin l COM ('EL-SASummer Tonic. It is t an extract, ix nil not a tincture, it is the Cools .V Herb themselves, properly prepared 1 tine grindii g. to lie mixed with cnKl water, as nature iiftural remedies to enter the human stomach in order to get Hie quickest anil most N ATI 'It A L results. The component parts of CO.M-CESAC. as published on ever) packagc.do tint only more than comply with the Pl'IlK FOOD LAW. hut are for nil being Cop) righted. The lespeclive ingredient. Ill the oriler as they appear. I as follows: SARSAPARILLA. Used for many vcars as a cure for scrofulous affection niiiI IiIikhI poisoning, especially after the use of users of request. Till: I'LL n.M in a W iml. rfui Reined) is fullv explained OW llnY III.RII U.IST" iiihiI.iI free urn!' SAR. KiMiUJk Herbs A MlKNCK SOPE. on I U nerve reimcl). cmthartlc. CENTIAN. Cuntianaees ureal tonic properties.excites the appetite anil invigorates digestion. WAFER ASH. I'telea Trifoliate a renowned panacea, used for manv vear in aggravated ca.sofdvspepsia;preventvoniitiiig- Tll.LINCIA. (fuc''s Kiwi a cathartic. displacing mercury in til- - treatment of IiIihhI poisoning. PRICKLY ASM. Anthroxvjus stimulant, especially good for rheumatism. WILD CHERRY. PKCNl'S Virginiana celehrated for calming irritation anil diminishing nervousness. HUCIIl'. (ireal as a kidney tonic; used by the Hottentot for many hundred of )rars. lime of the celehrated Hindu remedies. Pislophvllum cathartic and kidney tonic. MANDRAKE. An aromatic stimulant anil astringent similar SASSAFRAS to conchona as to chemical constituency- Coriandrtim. ainmalic, used largely in blendCORIANDER CELERY Allium (iruveolene-anti-pasmodiean- mercury. (T'l.VECS ROOT. Leptandra-mil- ing. DANDELION. Taraiecum tonic, diuretic and aperient; has a specific and pecular action on the liver. POMEORANATE. tiraiiatum a tuenicide, recognized destruens- agent for all intestin.il worms. LICORICE HOOT. (lyryriluza a Useful ilenulcent, m recog-mze- d remedy for lung irritation, rough tnembraiices and coughs. (IMiER. 'inziher stiuiulunt ami carminative, highly recommended fur colic an. I tlatulenc). COM-CESAR is Cod's Own Medicine. Made of Roots mid kiii," accent on the seccond Herbs. It l pronounced "coin-cel- l s) liable. The liNine (.UKKested itself becasse It is a compound of d celerv aril sursnpilla with 1 other ingredients. The name is us a trade mark a' the patent ollice in Washington. I'dM-CKSAK is composed of Hi Roots nml Herbs that liae as a tonic. Hody and a wi,l- - range of usee, and it is intended Its mo as a Sl'.MMKK TONIC is al- III.msI builder iiihI puritier. of endurance with increased a) s attended by mattitd incr-ii- se power lor realstance of the bialv fiKiiinst ditrerent diseio.es. It contains It small boxes; each one A box of COM I'KL-finakea up one full ipiart of inedicine, ao that the dollar's worth lasts one person It months; and you take nu wison nor doie. no Inbit forming iIiuk, iMithmi; tHlt pure, sweet, fiesli. lioota and llerba, liod's medlci'i supplied by natute. Ollice days Tuesday, Thursda) mid h'alurda)s from U to I, ami Sunday moriiinKs 9 to 1 o'clock. Sl'IKNCI- - SOI'K is n pure egethles oil wiap, make for huII for ll. an kin only, best for baby, iiiammu and papa. We a bur. . On rale eer)wh' ie. STOKMKS DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-White-Mo- .1 U. I lii.mdttiiv l "l lfH I. KY. 3C II Iv'OLl- , 1 BANK. . y fc; STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Pu) your bills by cheek, unit have our wife pay her bills by check schemes. Never lend an ei.r to "Oct Do nut be haphaiard about it. :t. Folltiw some i.) Jiem in saving I. Rent u safe ." n box fur v. ur valuable papere. sei vice we oiler. G. Make frte iue tf the an allowance. 0. Teach the cii.id the value U money bj giving tl 7. Meet your frienda at this bank lor transacting iinportuit business I. " f i 9 W - 8 We Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY'. II. F. HUDSON, W. O. P.tQNEY, A't President. Cash'r J. J. WAI.KF.R, Vice Prest. Joe i. Walkek. Jli.. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. people of his own nge but loved by the middle aged as well and by the young lie waa especially loved, as he was alMr. J. C. Williams waa in Lexington ways interested in them, lie was of a on business Saturday. cheerful and happy disposition and al WX W( o a4 X frx Mr. Noah Marsec ,lr, waa in Lnndon ways youthful in spirit and the death opsco l.eioir llu. iirioMiit; ts lot lha riclii at'Veral (lavs Ihls week. Ue nio ofcinrurmrriil.,crll.er, atii Is for of "Uncle Harvey" as he wn familiar Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilogan llallanl spent ly called, cast a gloom over the entiro Ihe Mle (it stock. Krslli ainl ilicli (hltiKS on Hie Urnii r fsrot I" stver wiek-enthe community which will be dillicult to ex .lie. at ti'itlcp will cannot alTod nrer lour in l'xingtoii, No be ceot1 pel, lie w.ih a man of tender heart, line,, snct will Ifeoulylii '.wo I. .lies ol the Hemp Seed for sale. (nan. free of ctisre Ilids will be received hy the fiscal Hudson. Hughe & l'ainau the night of human suffering always ' court of (Iarrard County AI'RIL 3rd, Messrs W. T. Woolfolk and Chas. II. airected him, and he was evr willing Kor Itenl: A three room houe for 1917 for repairing the following Dulin of Lexington were here Tuesday to nlfer his service to ulleviate pain good Mrs. Ma Tinslev. tenant. To the poor his loss is n and allliclion. TURNPIKES INCARRARDCOL'NTV on business. His rharitv work tremendous blow. FOU SAI.K; A good carriage and KV. for the year ending Dec. 13, 1917. Mrs. Wrn l'iir has been snendinir A number of covered a large aphere. Quarries will be furnished by th several daya with her (laughter, Mrs. Hiung men and women whowcre friend- two hewbators Mrs. C. A. Itolunson. county on sections where the county C. Rose. Kov sold a yearling, short today to Hobert less owe their succe in life ' was Mr- - Deane. Mr. Ueane was born in horn, red roan bull to I'erry TUggle for owns quarries, where none is owned by Mr Harvey I'ntton of the county, contractor must furnish here Infit week to see a number of Jessamine Co, Nov. 13, IKK, where he tm. same. Said metal shall he broken suffriends at his former home. ent most of his life until moving here I J. K. Adams has five mules for sale, ficiently fine to pass through a two inch Mes.srs Sam HhIcoiiiIi and A. T. Scott about twelve ) earn aeo. He was the well broken, four )earsold, IS to 10 ring at its greatest diameter. Said ! Jr. left Thursday for Akron Ohiowhere son of Harrison Diane and Nancy hands high. metal shall be spread by contractor beI Owens Dearie. He was nne of a large they have accepted positions. tween he was In number of children. .1. II. Leavell, llryantsville, Kv., has Mrs, J. Ilogan Kallard is at home to Miss Kiln Miles also of Jes S three year old mule for sale, from Hi November 1st and December 15th. married after a two weeks stay in Louisville, samine, Two childrtn, Mr. Charley the guest of her aunt, Mrs. (i'Jerrant. Dean and Mrs Carter fellers, were born to luj hands high. unless otherwise ordered by county The school here taught bv I'lof. Ilar-r- v of this inaniage. They with their LOST; A Studebaker wagon gate on road engineer having charge of work. Kctwanls and Miss llessie Caldwell mother survive him, and have the sym- the lluckeye road. FinJer will tilea9e The breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision closed Wednesday. Miss Caldwell will pathy of everyone in their loss of a return to Tom Y'antis. of county road engineer. go to Richmond to attend the Normal', j most devoted and kind father and faith Said turnpikes are laid olT In sections For Sale: F.xtra pair of work mule?. He is also survived ful husuand. I'rotracted services will begin the as follows District No. 1. Sec sister, Mrs. Lizzie Carter of Jessa- - Will sell wotth the money. Methodist church next Monday even1.1. J. II. Woods, Paint Lick Ky. tion No. 1. New Danville pike to Dix ing the L'lith. The pastor, Itev. Lee. mine, four brothers, Messrs Alex Deane rods of rock. river with will lie assisted by liev. M. S. Clark of of (iarrard, Allan Deane and Morris For Sale: A good gentle family Section No. 2, Lexington pike from Deane of lloyle, and Melvin Deane of l.orse. Not afraid of anything. llarrodsburg. Lancaster to Fork Church with Jessamine, anil by live grand children J. M. Cress, Preachersville Ky. rods of rock. Mrs. James Ilryant of West I'oint and an unusually large nuinberof nieces Suj-a- r Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. Ilirum Cox of No. Creek pike with For Sale: aw bales of good mixed - Section rock. 3. He was a member of and nephews. rods of I Lebanon, were among those here from the Christian church and one of its hay; 10 cents a bale or $1.00 per hunI Section No. 4. lluckeye pike from a distance to attend the funeral of Mr. W. II. Moss, Sr. Lancaster to McCreary Kuneral ser dred. most faithful members. rods of with I.I. Harvey Dean. ices wen- - conducted at his residence rock. J. I. Hamilton has several pair of Section No. 5. Dr. Daughter)', Messrs Julius on Friday morning by his former pastor Old Danville pike to work horses and mules he will sell Oruriigeu, lliter biwry. Nathan HughItev. Hell. The large number ot friends llruce's bridge with rods of rock. es, Lugene .Sutherland, Mr. and Mr. and relatives present and the beautiful worth the money and take a good note, Section No. tl. Crab Orchard pike to KoImtI", Mrs. Tom Moore, of Moral olferings were evidence uf the , Wilt rods of FOR SALK: Registered twoyearold. Cilberts Creek bridge with Nicholasville attended the funeral of great esteem in welch he was held. snort horn nun; also several young rock. Mr Deane. Section No. 7. from Cilberts creek Following the funeral services the body heifers. J. M. Wheeler, Nina, Ky bridge Mr. and Mrs. Ilrown lluford. Mr and was taken In Nicholasville for burial in to Lincoln County line with rods of rock. FOU SALE About II bushels Mrs Prank Smith. Judge W. II. Phil-hp- s. the Maple (Jrove cemetery there to of Section No. i. Stanford pike from good bottom hemp seed. Phone 371-Mr. N. it. Dickerson. and Mrs. await the "Uesurrection Morn". Lancaster to Lincoln County line with Lizzie Wilds of Nicholasville, O. II. Hendrer. wele -- rods of rock. ' among those here for the funeral of Paint Lick Ky. R. F. I). MARKSHUKY Section No. 9. Richmond pike from Mr Harvev Deane. -- rods FOR RENT: A live room houe. Lancaster to Hvattsville with Quite a large number of friends and Miss Sidlio Lou Myers has been with lights, water and bath, also good of rock. from Nicholasville and Jessa-- ' King the Misses lloyston. Section No. 10. From Hvattsville to Possession given at barn and garden. mine county were here to attend :li Fairview church with Miss Margaret Jenkins is finishing 3nce. Rent reasonable. rods of rock. funeral services of Mr. Deane. showing the fall term of her school at Mason. Section No. 11. Poor House pike Arch D. Stevens. his great popularity in his old home from West Point school House to end j High Dairy Feed for the Cows. 'county. It was quite impossible to se- rods For Sale:-O- ne of rock. pair two year old of pike with Crude Feed for the "igs. Cattle and cure the names of all. District No. 2. Section No. 1. LexHudson, Hughes & Farnau mules; one good milk cow, fresh and a Sheep, heavy milkr; one two hundred pound ington pike from Fork church to Dix Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Cheatham had Miss Ann lliggins of Paint Lick has rods of Frank Folger, river and Iirvantsville with the misfortune to have their residence been the guet of Miss Elizabeth Doty, Poland China boar. Marcellus. Ky. rock. destroyed by lire, Thursday night about 'also her brother. Mr. Frank Higgins Section No. 2. Lexington pike from I ! o'clock. The origin is unknown but and wife. llryantsville to Kentucky river bridge . the llames were not discovered until Hard to Decide. Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Kemper returned bit- - to save thedwelling. However, Mr. Vow com "llefore we were mar- with rods of rock. I too from Birmingham Ala, Friday, after Section No. 3. llryantsville and Sugar the neighbors rushed to the scene as spending the winter there with their ried you said that my sllghtot wNh Creek pike with rods of rock. should be your law." Mr. Nevvcorn quickly as ioasible and most of the daughter. Mrs. Wrn, Anderson. Section No. 1. Iirvantsville and Cane "Kindly, my love; but ymi have mi i household furnishings were saved. The Itur: pike with rods of rock. Miss Margaret Doty was chosen from many various and loss was partially covered by insurance. Section No. S. liuena Vista and S. S. class No. 4, to prepare a paper wNhes that I mil as .vet unable to deMr and Mrs Cheatham have taken cide us to which Is the slightest." Kentucky river pike with and read before the rods of rooms for the present with Mr. II. H. on Review lessons Pittsburgh Post. rock. class. The usual way of reviewing will Sweeney. Poindex-ter'- a Section No. C. From C. K. be omittid. shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with Missionary day will be observed 9ome Haselden. rods of rock. time in the near future as was voted Section No. 7. Polly's Rend pike Mrs. Allie Jennings Haselden. wife on by the church Sunday morning. The with rods of rock. of Mr. J. S. Haselden died at her home ! pastor requests that all the children be Section No. 8. Tan Yard branch in llryantsville. Monday .night. March I present next Sunday morning to receive pike from llryantsville to end of pike I.', ll eiglll o CIOCK alter a proiradeu ' ,(,:, t ll,u iirmtrm with rods of rock. illness of several months. Her death I District No. 3. Section No. 1. lluck-e)- e J h'9 ttl,,Cr Mr' Kd Lla.rk was not unexpected and a number of pike from McCreary to Buckeye .m Lexington last .rlative, were with her when the sum - i ark ",Urmm5 reds of rock. Post Ollice with ,, , , ,, . .Thursday evening had his car consid. jura, iiaseiuen imi spent , I iiiuus vuiue. Section No. 2. lluckeye pike from y damaged in a wreck about one most of her life in this community and eiab lluckeye Post Office to Kentucky river Ld Clark who was well known. She was the daugh- - , mile from home. Mr. ,.. rods of rock. with 1: ter of the late Ilenjamin and Anne Jen- Section No. 3. Poor Ridge pike from an early age she was mar- At lluckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school 'lied to Mr. Wm. Jennings, who died a,of lh', d,,C '' ,,e lMt '"lro1 f , b" CaT'r rods of rock. house with l,re" " bURf V fAf . ( short time ,.f , after the marriage. Then J?" Section No. I. Poor Ridge pike from The m later life she became the wife of Mr. Pleasant Hill school house to Kentucky ' ,,nfW- Sam Haselden. She was., member of l' rods of rock. river vvitli J "' ' ul'' the Christian church and lived a con- Section No. S. Klrksville pike from ' 1Iu,"10'' w,lu l,"',',,'"l'd alo" ' She was ,n her sistent Christian l.fe. Hvattsville to top of West Hill with -rto carry- in Ins car kindly consented n.,.,,1..., i,.., i,.i..,.i ..,1P oils of rock. I Section No. (!. From top of West survived by 5 brothers. Messrs Charles them home. Hill to Madison County line with reds an! Lafayette Jennings of Danville, .of rock. Messia John and Ilenjamlii Jennings of I Section No. 7. Teatcrsville and 111, and Robert L. Jennings of Cahfor-Hrudsliavv Mill pike from leatcrsville nia. Three ulsters, Mrs. O. T. llallanl to Paint Lick creek vvitli rods of rock. (of Lancaster. Mrs. Kate limit of 111. Section No. 8. From Klrksville pike and Mrs. Nannie Hughes of Ashland, rods of lock. to Nina with Oregon. She was also the r District No. 1. Section No. 1. Fair-vie"Thcdford's Bl2ck-Drau- ht M M j wn m Vm a)I of Messia Joe, Kaymund and Sam Has-elde- n church to Paint Lick station with iii.d Mis Male Aldridge. is the best of Lanmedicine ' M won rods of rock. That's be- i Mrs. Uallard had been at her caster. Section No. 2. From double toll-gat- e CJ1 ,( Calu- lever used." writes J.A. bedside for several weeks. The funeral on Richmond pike tu Carttrsville with Steelman.olPattonville. Texas, services vveie conducted at the lesl-- ( rods of gravel. deuce 'Aendesday inoriiing Section No. ''. Fall Lick pike Irom at H. 1(1 "I suffered terribly with liver 9m i.'icy won't M sh o'clock by Rev. F. M. Tinder. The ic-- , Ci ah Orchard pike to Elmore's gate troubles, and could gel no relief. with rods of reck. mama were then taken to the cemetery ltAw.tJ. Section No. I. From Elmore's gate at Lancaster for interment. The doctors said I had con- - 51 ' vA roils of rock. to end of pike with I could not work at sumption. si,xzzirmr Section No. li. Lowell and OiIliRpie Deane. all. Finally I tried pike with - rod of rock. Mr. J. Harvey Deane died at Ins $4 Ki Sect km No. li. I'niiit Lick an I Wl ite lioine, Camp Dick Robinson, last Tues-- i rods of gravel. Lick pike with day afternoon, March 1.1th, ut four Point l.oaveil ard Section No. 7. Mr. Deane had been coiihticd o'clock. iiHK'h pike with roils of rock or to Iiih home mo- -l of the time for eev-- l gravel. ernl months out the immediate cau-. Walker Lane pikt Seethu No. id his death was heart disease with rods gravel. u ilh which ho was stiicken about two vvceKs i he bids will be on sections but t tiago. J'or u lew Uaya his conditiun had ller will not be restricted to one section. been couiideieii very seriuus but his' Saul bids shall be M'uled and a bond vvi'l be required for double the amount dentil was ixither unexpected mid came of the bid and said bond shall be apus quite u shuck tu his family who were 'well as any proved by the fiscal court, and laid al his bedside when the linal summons as end am bidder will presci.t vvitli his bid the came. He was conscious) the entire name of his proposed surety or sureties. time and hail just been talking to some Draught Is a Keneral, cathartic, jgjj The bidding shall be per rod of 22.) of the members of the family when the veceUble liver medicine, that gRgM "Heavenly Father" called him tn be WUV C?'H cubic feet and contractor will be required to comply with this contract lias been regulating Irreculart- riilC with him in that "Lund that is fairer RcVtllS otherwise his bond will be declared forthan day". The death of Mr. Deane ties of the liver, stomach and feited. All bids must be tiled with the is a loss tu this community which will StjT bowels, (or over 70 years, del County Judge on or before March 31l be felt long and keenly. He was one BMBcqCTlJli m a package today. Insist on the aflMHH 1917. The fiscal court reserves the of the most valued and popular of its Cheap and bigcanUa'ting Powders do not right to reject any and all bids. citizens and was loved by every one save you money. Calumet does It's pure W. A. DOTV. who was fortunate enough to know and for superior to bour milk and soda. him. Not only was he popular with County Road Engineer. farmdr's column! itotice J J2 Bids Wanted - - ,,r. ... ? hU TJ - '""'l' 2 Now Well I - I Dn gj 1 1 m'1', M XO'SA f&.?y S BLACK- - I KwWllVir H u'wR f, M H eus H uf jPPDO TherWCJI The Central Record, Thursday, Mai oh 22, 1917. An stmk. Extraordinary OF Pre-East- er Sale 8p2S3 BSSKK 2 fV mm 3 W Colors Gold, Mustard, Apple Green, Rose, Tan, Navy and Black. Now comes a time when a Woman's thoughts turn to the Dainty Spring Wash Goods. Be sure to make us a visit. Surely it will be both pleasant and profitable to visit our store now brimming over with the newest things of the season. i J. u . E that at tliu t'le t:mo 1 truck travel, still it is our duty not o' ly ' ro:n ui.t the to pay rcgn.d to the automobile travel 'courlv were in vert condition. We and pee that tliev are protected v. lb INCORPORATED. - I tn- - pi ollic . road proper roads, hut see that all the ru:iu $1.00 a year. purebred willI isued Weekly. - In every portion of the rountv are kept machinery that cost tfio.nno. ami w i so purchased hoists niul mules tn the in proper aril good condition anil re- J. . ROBINSON. Editor. amount of Sl.hU. We also bought tl e mi that the tax payer it ho contri- R. L KLKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. work-houi- e and built a barn for the butes to the maintenance of these roads ! t the l'ot Offlc, in Lauca.tcr, Ky . stock and a shed for the machinery, at shall Ret th benefit of hN monev: and She Used lo Bs Gross Before 'atered . Hpconil-c'.a.- t a of about i'J.UW. And all these I promise you that 1 Mill see that our Msil Mutter matters were fully paid for. We also, obligation in tliu resect to the tax Cheered Her Up, Kentucky Press Association spent ?3,000, or about that amount, in payer H faithfully and fully eomphed . Teniae iiember MU1 repairing the jail, and during my term ttith and carried out. Eighth District Publishers League. I also wish to state that I will faith-o- f of office the countv built fifteen miles HOW new turnpike, and the roads were ' fully and fully rumple with out statute CAN WALK UP STAIRS Lancaster, Ky., March 22, 1917 always kept in Rood condition and in that require a iinancial statement of good repair, ami throughout my entire the County of (iarrnrd to he published Rates For Political Announcements term of olHce'we never had one dollar once a Year in some neivspaiwr publil' "My dauchtrrs and grandchildren of state aid. We also took proper ,ed in this county and 1 wish to state think I'm a different woman. I itn. For Precinct and Citv OIIi:es . . .S 3.00 care lnc roai' machinery, as there that this statute has never been om- - 1 even pet down on the tloor and romp 10 00 k'or County Oifices ..wom r -- " ttith the little nne. A short tine f'eu 'cor State and District Offices.... lCOOr"' hunt tor that special purpose jq aoeij ttiiere ine macniuery couiuueKepi na- neen ill onice. except one tune 10 ago 1 was co crot-- s 1 tt ain't company r"or Calls, per ljtlt am not only ttin I laiin-- j for anyone." jq uunnt; the winter weather, ar.it never April mil; For Cards, per line during my term ot ollice was this ma-- fully and fully comply with the statute This is the tribute that Mrs. II. V. ""or all publications in the interchinery ever left out duriufr the winter ritmirinc; this yearly publication ot the Hill. a.r.M West ttlrd St., Cleveland est of individuals or expres' on the roadside, as has ro-ntlbeen financial status of the county, but it paid to T.mlac. sion of individual views, per "Thcro wua a tune when I rouulnt i w) toe case. j( pnde and a pleasure to me to line. . . , I 1 nlco hnve walk up to the rorncr store without tn stAt tlmt tlirnoi-hnt- it t. in.....l get bark per i.ne mv term of office I felt it my duty to, COme and see the records for himself fear I wouldn't be able to the people of this county to personally RI,J )W the money of the county has We are authorized to announce the inspect all bridge work and other work , i,,.t.n handled and c.xtiended. 1 do not ll following candidates, subject to the done at the expense of the county be-- , think one dollar of the count 's money Primary, action of the Democratic fore the same was ever accepted or Was ever expended while 1 held the August 131 7. was ever paid for. and I followed this position of County JuJge expect under County School Superintendent. m all cases, and cannot help but the strict authority and warrant of the , coue believe that it resulted in saving much aw. and if oye dollar of money .MISS JENNIE IIlGfllXS. ' to the county. lomjim; to the county was expei.d.d During my term of office. !;i 1,000 of(whju, j WBJ , 0lIi(.t. tthoul the I County Ccuit Cleik. i . . . tilt. Ifiiul likml unil ..... int.THt ntl sutTl.. ... .... J. O. HOGIE, 'warrantor tne law. i wouiti ue giao weie paiu on. ar.H, also ..ut,o iu genera, jf mJ. u,)onunt or JEPTHA ONSTOTT. ,.tt, wou, indebtedness, to which 1 have teferrul ,nake Known tu the public when and W. A. DOTY. anove. tnu at tne lime juuge trooiu how this was done ami who tut the J. HUUCE LAWSON. took office, early in January. 101-1- . b'ni llt of the money. And I do not there was outstanding and unpaid, road think it is necessary for mo to state to Assessor. bonds to the amount of Sl'j.UOO, and the the taxpayers or the voters of my E.U.UAV. county also owed at that time Slti.OOO county, who have known tne so long I Hut nt that time and so well, that anything done by me of borrowed money. Mar.islrate District No. 1. there was really due and owing by the while I occupied the ollice of County J, II. CLAIiK. ' shenir to the countv, from the levv of Judge, was without graft. The records A MRS. H. C. HILL. j MUM I, about tint turn of SC.UOU which will show for themselves County Attorney. actions speak nlone," she anl. "Hut that tunc has I was not paid until after I retirtd from louder than words. GKEEN CLAY WAI.KEH. passed thanks to Tanlac. I was run- ollice, but which was owing on account I have been ii member of the Demo tlo'wn for years and couldn't do my of the last fUeal year that I was in of- SherifT. t I 1....I , ,W,t lit cratic party all mv life, and have tried 1 tice. which really made the borrowed to )0 ,lH1, Lt,icvt. t..in Uj ,lat I have t'ht. orl: t'n my two .laughtert.. Last A. K. WALKEIt. , , money owirg at the lime I left the of-, f.,Ultu l0 ,,e wjntfr was the worst ami I ua told ' lice of county judge, the sum of 10.00d. ic State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. ay that I have al.vays that unless I got better I would not ' M arl V The present financial status of the gllp10rtBd t)lo Hrty j II, CLAY KAUKFMAN. ltb contests, have long to l.te. HON. ,ft L'vrd In Damp Quartert. countv is as follows: Itoad bonds out- - i)ulh !o(.ul un,j llut,onal. and JAY W. 1IAIU.AN. dlttlct 0ur i"" '1'' 100 standing and unpaid. $H:.00o; court ,mvo nt.V4.r failed to supp.prt the i.omi- f." d J. U. MOUNT. ' njU my comhtton j.r house bonds. $15.W0; borrowed money. nHt. t.f , . fflw. ' , fur . an ' ' A $10,000; making a total indebtedne.s of r,lc,)nl ai Representative, hout a ,lIul f 11,000 at this present time. Hie ree and without a blemish. 1 do not want Tanlac 1 couldn't walk up atol Ho.tn, J. A. I1EAZI.EY. ords of the Court will show that not a the Democratic voters of Garrard J. HQGAN HAI.1.AUD. the ftair. 1 had to sleep down.t.ur. mile of new turnpike has been built County to gite me the ollice or the 1 rim get up without any help ro v. 1 office, end it is with since went out uf County Judge. to hurt mo m bid' "Mv back nomination for the ollice of County 1 I think I can bay that the pleasure that Judge on account of ant "pride or any tlmt I couldn't stoop over. Now CLAYTON A. AKNOI.I). records of the office while I held the ambition of mine," but I want them to tan get down and mop the Moors. A. D. l'QUD. Was All Run Dovn. position of county judge, in the buildgive ine the ollice of Countv Judge af"My stomach gave mu no end of We are authoriied to announce the, ing and the repairing of turnpikes at.d ter reviewing my record in the past. No matter whnt I ate, gas folloiting candidates subject tu the ac- roads, has never been surpassed by any and alter having done so, ii i am ""l I trouble. and I had a heavy, bloated Judge of this County. And if elected worthy of your supiwrt. then t!o not formed . tion of the Republican Primary, August, and even the fc,,iin.,( Was ner-outo the olhciof County Judge for the give it to mo ,,,,, made by my two littlo grnnd-anl'Ji7. Do not let my "prido i coming four years, I promise you that amoition" control you in this mat- - children in their pl'iy annoyed me. For Assessor 1 will see that all roads shi.ll Ire kept "I t.urely am thnnkrul tor wnui' ter, but let my past record inlluence EUGENi: HEltKEU-- : in good repair, and that I will lee that Tanlac has done for me. And I fe'd now mak ou and my promUe which haPPy oyer it tlmt 1 have alread-- ) the I'iscal Court discharge it duty in to tou. that 1 will in the future faith-- 1 this respect to all the tax payers of t i ,,, ,.. ....rii.in I- hUv.. ii,i j told tcverai lrientw unom tne r.-u-u ....... ...... TO Tllfl DEMOCRATS tiurrHid County, ami no special section you, ami 1 will see that every dollar of. It brings." Get Tanlac teday If you are not or portion of said county shall be pre the money of the county is faithfully V In be..ltll Hint- mllruf rtcht OF GARRARD COUNTY. ferred over any other section. The and I ., will tee . oxnended. and .1 .j. i ' my announcement as B county now receives from the Stnte the In making . CQUnty roads are kept in good tlat .mv,. cunullate on the Democratic ticket for sum of $8,000 a year fur road purposes, ...;, ,i,u, n ..f j ' Tanlac is being introduced in l.an the eflke of County Judge of your and in order to leceive this sum the county tslmll be trvated with iruwr ' County at the coming August flection, ' $H,000 Pr year, the county contributes juu consideration in thla res pict, caster at II. I:. McKolerts. t. tiew or the fact that 1 tcrted thu bEine amount, and this is raiovu iy ali,j that no ftivorlttsiii fchull bo .liown Tanlac may lie obtained in the nearby the Connty of Garrard to Ionic us general taxation, and every tax payer tlJ al,y 0(lu action over another, und 1 Metcalf; llry. Countv Judge, I think it is right and j 111 the county contributes his iwrtion of promise you that in all theiluties devolv cities. Paint Lick. J..N. proper that I bhould brielty at least re- - same, and It is the duty of the KUcal jn(, Uj)on tlu t;uUllty judge, I will antsville, liecker & Ilallard; Little view the history of the county in its Court in the distribution of this money f unv faithfully cone up to what the Hickman, Collier and Ilruner; Ileren, Iinancial matters during the timo 1 was and the expenditure of this monoy to uw requires. S. K. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug .11 ollice and when 1 left olHce, und also see that every taction of the countv is In making this announcement, I have Stole; Junction City. Iteynoldi and during the last three jears in which treated properly und m treated ulifce. UvoIJcl any personalities, and have Evans; Richmond. II. 1,. I'eiry & Son; Judge Arnold has held the ollkc of und in tho rebuilding and repjiring of made up my mind not tu indulge in ty Crab Orchard, l.yne Ilroa ; Ilurgm, (J. Judge, und I usk of the Demo tio public roads, that no fcecilon bhull BulmiitieB unites I am forced by mv T. Schoolfiel.1; Danville, John S. Wells, A id while opponent to do to. cratic voters of this Countv u careful be fuvored over another. Lancaster, It. E. McKoliertP, and W. C consiurraiion ui iue:n (acts anu ngures wo un recognize uie met inai me (U(s (Adv) .Silver Crick, know how I stand West. If anyone cares to which 1 here give to tliein. lion of the devvUpment of the autoino prohibi"State-wld- o or Hone Dry" When I went into ollice 111 January, bile travel has largely Incrv;nt d und on Itcd, Alsiko, Sapling und sweet Clevtn the contlnuea'to li'crcate, and we will have tion, or U'omana Suffrage, I shall be 1002, the County tvua Indebted er; Timothy, Orchurd Gruta and Ky, $3S,0JO, and of this kum :U,000 to pay our duo regards tu thai, in try. glad to state tny position personally. turn of Illuo Giuss Seed. Very Respectfully. wua the road bond issue and $2,000 ie- - ing to keep to turnpiku roads In prnprr Hudson, IlugheB & Farnau. rteentcd the general indebtedness. tghie and condition fur automobile und A. D. FOUD. The Central Record GRANDMA JQ1MS GHILDREN'S PLAY destination, but you get back, with as much ease and comfort, as if ridinR in al'uJlniaii Car. ECONOMY, You not only reach )t DURABILITY COMFORT AND arc used to make up the word rL- "I Also We DODGE CAR. You are up in "CLASS H." when Motoring in these, "THE KING OF CARS." We will be glad to Demonstrate this car to you .1 Stei$ Tt J fir cade KINNAIKD fiarase BROS., Managers. Co. ft SEMI--ANNUA- L VISIT f Ik Byrne Optical Service ,! " T. .nj EYES TESTED. GLASSES FITTED iv Eighteen Years Experience Eleven Years in Central Kentucky. Will be ut KENGARLAN HOTEL LANCASTER, KY. V uj April 2nd to 7th. 6 J. J. Optometrist. iYili. Optician. The Central Record, Thursday, March 22, 1917 aays Spring aniieol, FOR STOUTS. We are featuring the wonder-fullineof Dre4 sgs No sweeter, more charming, more styles could be designed than these Bcttv Wales Creations. (m o o f O Exclusive agents for Betty Wales Dresses in Lancaster All that lashion decrees all that is best in the many new notes and features all that is calculated to appeal most to the Ameri-'ca- n Lady is embodied in the Mildred Muslin Undergarments, especially designed for stout women. Every seam is reinforced where the strain is the greatest, assuring better wear. new assortment of spring styles we are now showing. will Thu liit! variety ami wide .mi wipe uf stylus nml the (Jaloxy of rulor THE One Prict' JOSEPH t -- MERCAN: House of Quality. M'h ll Ston. f . g' . nJ .n. We have just received a Car Load of f V ee tin t'il Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, Iron ami all la light hi'f.iro the went ndv ami' A ftf Vnl.-.ii- . ..ml Smimi-- " InrmnK l'lows at ikiiw prices War. anted K.M.l a tie U -- I I'.rf.-t Ii. Id fei.ee made I'm t tinitl uf Il.i l ok a position f Ilailev und M. impsuii House. i; .I .id ii f , WvLl FOI; HMI IT IN THIS COLUMN. ( WATCH AI.i:: t; .i Mr. and Mrs I'leece lia., lime returned Wornl Hoain t. A llrkl Mmtion o( lh Co:t..ni Arc Inttr.s'.d Ooir.j: LyThost tl having been called here h J illnens and death of Airs. Jane A .i. of Itmt place tile serioj" i d .1. milk cow. K. Kolnnson. Fivh h'OU with .eeimd call" linliin-iii- Mailable Stoves at $50.00 and $55.00 . Mutn at rol. U" "M reliable AmTif.ii ir Hwl 'il Stove,. A few IleatinK i ti, n nrd H Jolui Ptere Whroih the lest mad. Mi. h il l. Mi'tlmi hemp SKiii. W. S1.K. - huhe!s extra bottom .M. lluress. I'amt Lick. Itilnii Saturd.). Mi-. KiUin were in J. R. MOUNT & CO. Mm. J. I!. I'nxbm Iih" her lninu' in Stanford. .Mr'. returned to parent.' Kus'iiel llro.vn M vnuting fler .Mr. hikI Mr, Sam Caeiirsn. Mr. imil .Mrs. T. J. i Trice nr at liome alter a delightful winter ii in fojourn itl Iiich-iiion- d Easter t Klnrula. Opening to attend our OF EASTER DISPLAY DOMESTIC and FOREIGN PATTERN HATS Jou are cordially invited Saturday iWarB 223fc Wc are located in our new store, next door to the old stand. ' NOEL SISTERS THIKD STREET. DANVILLE, KY. PRICES ON !tsl ! 51 DOWN PflTTflH tiri last 3 A, ' 2a E j w K n U i dri . i B n (ii. yp.ir. ill i mi of luiyin4 mr tnlnuci. ii tmn UM'S mid lm ins il sluiu'iM uirct t from the iiiiSN, we an; in a jhisltioii to ofTer it to nu nt pi ices f'teaiMr th.tu we j'an Imy it at UU: wllele t. y Ui'ltiw we quote un loino pi lecs which we alisnliiie-liiiurhet p.inrtitti! to he holow the prt'stiit wltulesnle Hanover Sieetin5 at Sets. Double A A Grade nt 4 Jets. Single A Grade at 4cts. riiONK 21 il ts t'olniJ (iji.iuist liiilli Ul. save some uf this eamns for vim. lor Plaee your onler now nml ue pruteeieil 1 irieeti. BECKER PHONE 27. I. BALURB BRY ANTSV1LLE. Ky. daughter of Hnt Sunday with Mrs. It. E. Mi'Ituliert. FOlt ALL Mist I'anmc Scott of Crab Orchard, Elliott. he piim met or bv the ilav see has accepted il poitlon in the local ex- ' We are kIhiI to uelcotne into our J. N. Trimble, Lancaster, Ky. change here. Telephone No. I'.li mo.-kmidit, Mr. IJtlfa Hatfield ami his Mm Klie Morrow wlxi Ims been timnhle family, who recently moveil Hoineateails in Montan- aCI'l.Ar-und CoritiKton has from Louisvilie. it Mir in I'litcinimtt Mr. HattieUl is a New towns, I!u returrcd home. hrother of Dr. M. S. Iliitlleld cf iiiis new law just passed 25c for maps city, and is located at the Hmelden iness l)pportmiitle. Send Francis, of Paint Licl. has Miss and Information. Addiuss. f. S. Comproperty on Hiehmond St. vintmir Mm. Ann l!ob!ntun ami missioner, Outlook. Wont. Suuliey llulit'. Mrs. Ap I'nce and Mm. 1M I'erkir.s daughter, of.l .ancaster. were FOlt SALE: Mr. Walter Orant will Mrs. Ji'wt Tnomaj and diuglilKr Jliw and little . olfer for sale for me twfore the Couttl with Jlrs. Tui here Thursday... Mrs. Knmia siwnt SuikIhjof I.i.ncaster was here with House door next Monday, M irch Siith. Il.nli'v ami fiimdy. friends the first of the ucek....Mrt. J. 1 uooil Vulcan plows, Mim Allie Yimtiii ulm hni boat) visit V. Aeev is the guest of her tnolhcr, J. 1'. Uobinson. mil Mihs I.utlio Curwi). of Stanford. Mrs. V. M. Iluylies nt Lancaster. Inn ri'turiieil honiH, Inlurkr .iuurniil. APRIL 2nd. Mr. .Inl.i' Kiiliirifun who iiu ellod Mrs. Milton Klliott lias retovend home iiv the dentil uf Ins Mather lias HomovWiHt from a stioke of aKpli'.v I will take charge of the sewinc;' returned to Atlfiitw. (in. which sl.e sulfered lint Sunday. Ill tl e stand over C. D. I'tiwell's store, where Dr. und Mr. J. M. Casey of Dan fall she sustained a broken arm rd I will be prepared to ilo ile, Imve tit fit vUitmif lir iKirtnit. owinn to lier xtrume line and fteble Vour niro!iai5e will be apprei iatt d. Miss Marv L. Andersoii. Mr. and 111". It it. Wil'.vi.imn. liealth her permanent recovery is enur- It ing grave ahirm. She is now rstinit itev. ami Mr. 1'. M. Timlorleiive this easy ut the home of her (on. Dr. W. wi'i k fur a few week vlwt to their HEAP SEED FOR SALE. M. Uiliott. "hume f'llka" in Central Kentucky. To the farmers who are thinking uf .Mr. Chnrlie JeniiK wlw fur the past iiveiw Terrill is at homo from Akron I years lia made" thu town in sowiii.c hemp tl.ls spiiiiR. will sell oU iilnii, an he wa cullVniiK l'" inncli with sixtern and buv your the interest of the J. I. Krank Urocert . seed as cheap as iwskihle i !.. uinatii lit to fi'llt.'l'U t Mi work there. untrktt much to hemp at any time at Conumiiv. has resiitncd eiv H IS COX. il .'..no. IN v. ('. K. Seiioko of the the regret of his friends hole, llw wis puce. fillor Si .1 AnticliClmrchwillfillbUmKint. suceewltd by .Mr. Edward I.crer. wlo in. t mi the third Sunday itwteu'iof the ha h.td live years experience in the NOTICE TO CREDITORS. tirft. hoiwt) mi.iI uill nnke friends fast us All persons Imvini; claims against the hctfomn HCiiwintetl. He will wu.k Mr. ami .Mr. Hilly Speilll and ftnte of Mrs. Snllie I!. Welch, deceas-ed- , town every T. oj1 y " I loiiMe" iiHiilo u flyirii; trip l Ux- - ' will preert same priperly proven, n k'.in. l'rmil.fort ami lAukviile thi I'lHtmaster" II. J. Mcltoberts to tlie Wit k. from Atlanta SutunUj morning u. u. sope. ari.. Mis. Mnrnliall Denny, ami ilttughter, menlly improved in health bv bis stay Prkbiy In for several week in the Wesley .Memlurle Hudson, spent Itichmontl, the p;uest of Mrs. James orial Sainlaiium under the taie of Dr. TO REPUBLICANS. W. S. Elkln, of that city. As soon an NOTICE, Humside. hi ctiiiiiisiiHi nrriveg he will le ready On account of the united condition of Mr John .McKoherU, of the Louisville to take clmrise of the postomce. and w I'harmaclle'ic.ll School wins the wwk- - inut' ovnefl n eontlnllatlfiii of ttte same our partv, our success in the county election, and for various other erd tcuest of his iwrfiiU Mr. kI Mr.. rw,,iv. last .rvlw ml w, ,mV() reasons which make bright the future K. Mcltoliert. i iiiK in the past. Interior .loui'i al. of our partv in this county; teveral Mi whimcs II. Clay Sutton. WHH'ook. ll.'pub'.icans htve indicated that thy Carry itml Tla-o- . HARRIED Frank Mrkliurrv i!eirc t' seek th-- ir pariv's nouiirntioii molored to l.oinntyn Momlav to set) A card from Mrs. I'. 1!. Ilettiu. for the various county offices. In order "Kveij Weiunn." formerly Mrs. Salhe Itaiellein, ot this to have better uiHierstuntiinic jt is the Alis Joan Mount returned hit Satur-dii- y city, anmmnces that-sh- e was married desire of the county con.millee, that Irom u protracted visit to who wish to bo candij.iti s ami on March l"th . to Mr. 1'. Ii. Kettison Texas, and other points, mul n f.irmerli of l.iui ille, but no A' the any othwr UepuliUeaus meet IHirta u delightful trip. assistant to tile chief enKi,.e.-- "f t'i with tfam in the rtawm ovr tlw place heudUur-ter- s formerly octluil by tb ' I'llritmi in' Mrs. S. A. McDuiimm aiul Miss Drieut Itailway sjslen). with at Kansas City, where the mar- - I.i.ncmtt r, on Mowlay Mareli 2( l'J17. Jennie Arnokl of lUnto.i Harbor Mich . at one o'clock, 1'. M mtdkvi.tl tiav, took place, write us mi ppieciatle II. H. Montiinery, Chairman. It l'ee.mw to formei friend. IRS VERNON CASTLE Dean Calhoun fiom the bible college of Lexington will laikl u tivo weeks In "Patfii" Opera House March 30tb. meeiiiiK at New Anlioch Cluirch at The rumim; of Mis. Vernon Castle, McCreury durum thu tirjutti of July. in "Pattia" at the Itoman'M Opera C. Itobmson lelt this week to Mrs. J. llou.e Friday eveniiiK. March IWth, visit Mrs. William June in Winchester will be heralded with deliulit by the POULTRY REMEDY DOURDOM und Mrs. Charles. Ilichurnsoiiat Lexingfrw picture lovniK )ieople of Luncajter. i w( droM laiBurin.un vu liUJ kcftiltlf iujiui aU i'f?f.t Ujc Cur ton. She will ho away tinveral iveekji. This will ha I'V far one of thu e,rciitt'St ittui roU. M htvi tad el lit r I roup, Mr a, Muuilco Thompbou und ton, serials that has ever been tliown in I nttLJ li !!.' Vt ifruriUUPf mat. Stuart, U' It Tuesday forSkidmore, Mo., this city, with the bent known Woman lv iiikll to inuku their future home. Mr, Thomp- in Aiucric-- t an tho star, replete with son left for thu point icvcral wctks thrills and aCiou both well directtd Said by R. b'. McRoberts. and acted. Mn. Yaught Wnil, of Single t'onib Ilrown Leghorn Kkks. one dollar 16 for 7.i cents. IW for ii.W CASH. waking the thirteenth dollar thu hat Hox '72. Erlo t;. Kami. sent for her oh! home paier which .he For Sale: JWO feet of iron fence and saya she ennnot do without - 1!- - Mount. deiwt waRon. Minn Ad V.'nrren ha returned to :M3-8t- . lier Imine here after a visit to Danville I'uie HulT For HalchmK: relative. She win called theie liy tl e -train. 15 for St. or 10J for $3 illiiesstof her hintlier-in-laMr. I.eon- W. B. Moss. Lancaster. Ky. nd UoKcrit, who is now much improved. Lost, on March 1 1th between town M' Niill.i.n Knmlt of Lexington ai d I'rot. Milton Kihoii of Krnkfmt. wele and my farm on lloones creek a liuntfy if returned to II. D. Lee. in the city the earlv part of the week, j rue having lietn calletl here hy the serious Lancaster Ky, llltie of their inmlier. Mrs. .Milton KINDS of Cement work letter from Mrs. Wm. s Cotl'evville Kuntn, enck-c- for it Belonys To Us. New Things Arriving Daily. Special Eas- e. l. i AlU-iif- - HijlKin-hutliHi- n ter Display Next Week. Holla lt-p- Arnold Francis I'ublU' Square ;. r; .tt theh-Khc-- - I will on April 1st i open a j under-iunc- d. PLUMBING AND lt TIN SHOP See ie.e bein LaiUMSter. fore hnv'uit! your work done I tliiurantee :uy 'Aiir'.t to liive satisfaction m;il my prices will ! ritlht. Yunr biiNintt! nnpreriutoil will Im, intrtl. P. lttr Kens lay 9 , r- -s Look as farasToullKc -- You will never Und more beautiful. Wall Paper than I can show you. II. I). ntWr-ta- i 5ct in touch with inc today LM.MORK A Ii I'aper Hnnjling A Speclnlty 'tfilii!! II l!J lit U!lM'Utll-lJJt.l- i The Central Record, Thursday, March 22, 1917. MANSE. Ci 0 i3 A ChSTTA most people, and which follow one on the tl'cr, in the order named, until the lastono is spread through the system, leading to trinity of evils, closely allied, that afflict Mrs. nianvt'v'ls' Buttheircoursecanbechecked. Thursday. n; ..,;..i mi.. I Thursday shoppinc .les Dozier was in Lancaster in ini, !.,. ill. in IS tsPIJ rlt I PERUNA CONQUERS a cold, usu I and overcoming It In n few days. Ample evidence has tiroved that It Is even of tnoff Vfltllft In ninth coming chronic catarrh.di.-pcllinthe-- inflammatorr conditions, enabling the diseased membranes to nerform their natural funrtlnn. nn.l .,nln.. up the entire system. 'I he experience o thousands is a saic guide to what It may pec to do lor you. uquiu or tauiets Dotn tested by the public and approved. . . . THE PERUNA COMPANY, COLUMBUS, OHIO of creat value when used promptly for Mr Will Marhbanks was l.ick Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs. W. V. Paint in 'i il w 2 , West were Lancastci Saturday shopping. Mls lllanche Howling spent with Miss Lizzie Anderson. Hemp Seed for Sale. I Thurs-nig- Hudson, Hughes & I'drim'-- . Mrs. W P. Anderson and Daughter Miss I.ijzievvere in Lancaster Saturdav. I L ,)' sAmm -- v 1 P.ev. H. I.. Morgan of Clav Co. spent J , p.irt of the past week with Mr. mid Mrs, ii. p. CJonn. ....t! .ii v i, ...; . Automobile Show LEXINGTON, MARCH 282930-3- 1 When you come to this big show be sure to look up the Miss Allie Creech spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Mjrtle Coldiron of Paint I.lcV. lu. . .. .,.1 Ml,, Alii., .. ln. II !.....-- were the guests of Mrs. A. T. , Thursda) eve. Mrs. Tandy Centers, Mrs. Walter Centers and sister were the guest of Mrs. I). I) Centers Thursday. .Mr. and .Mrs. John Koberts spent Saturday night and Sunday with her son Mr. fieorge I.ee Adams. lilirtiiii; klS I'AINT LICK .Mr. K. C. Cornelison SAXON EXHIBIT The agency for your county is still oper. If you already have a car get our "Special Show Prices on Tires." Phoenix Motor Oar Co Incorporated , visitor here I riday. Mrs. K. Ii. Smith entertained atrn k on Monday afternoon. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Willard l.edford ,on the liith. a ten Hi. nirl. Mrs. Vina .McWhorter Mft Tuesdut I fot West Point, .Mississippi. I Mr. John Hennick of N'icholasvilie is ( the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Itoberttiujn. Miss Lucille Divis .pent the weekJ end with her grandmother ir Lancaster. Mr. Kdwm Walker of M. M. I was the ruest 0 his parents for the weekI - of Heron was a Put 7Sc out of every $1.00 back in the Profit Column 11 Ssiifitl F. O. B. Chicago almost positively count on a 7? i.s!i viM'tj.; in i ttr delivery tmcl u luiulin hi. ; il ) on int;i!l hinith !; t'litiiptiicnt. lor out-- Smith Form :i --Truck will easily do tin: u ork of from three to fonrteatns t .iss nw itmre th.m tie jood team to buy ami eliminate .ill iinneccisary labor and in "7"OU . I'orm-ti-Trt- -- ftinpnu'iit i hares. 250 East Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. end. Tbe W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. UliiEY, Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence F'hone 33. Oirector and (again. Ledford and Mrs. Blair McLin. Mr. and Mrs. Kli Kstridge left Tuesday for West Point. Miss., for a visit ' with their son. Mr. Felix Kstridge. Uairv reed for the Cows. High 'grade feed for the Pigs, Cattle and Sheep. Hudson. Hughes & Karnau. .Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Kucker were called to Whites Station on Monday by the death of Mrs. Kucker grandfather Jewel Wallace who had the inistor- tune to be kicked by a horse on Satur-'da- y afternoon is able to be up and out i (iirls willgivea mndwiti h supper Saturday night. .March UUIi. at the Hall. Mrs. W F Parks hus returned from Louisville where she has purchased her Spring millinery. Mesdanies . K. Stone anil J. A. Stivers of Iticlunond, were guest of Mrs. K. K White Tuesday. Miss Kvel)n Kichmond of Dorchester Va., is visiting her sisters Mrs. Itobert nothing to maintain working for you and ill give yon the lowhauling om in the world. est 10.000 users have proved then big servline, of business. The ice f.u ts in over demand this year makes 0,000 the minimum number the factory can build. the And the big new development universal attachmVnt fitting over anv Ford, Maxwell, Huick, Dodge Bros.. Chevrolet or Overland chassis lets you select your own proved power plant. It will post yon when it is not aetnalh in n it is-- working it ton-mil- e 0 HASELDEN BROS. The Climate Is Delightful ou the Beautiful Mississippi GULF COAST DURING MARCH AND APRIL Mesdames Patrick and Kstridge invite the public to their .Millinery .Opening on Saturday, March IMth., I when they will have on disolay an en-- I tire new and line of hats. Mr. ard .Mrs. Lewis Guyn left Wednesday for Gleat Kalis Montana where they will make their future home. They leave many friends who are sorry to give them up and wish them much success In their new home. MILLINERY OPENING iummerlime in Florida I I fi I J' yi.- - Si r5- - nr Enjoy the Lalimj air and sunshine In this enchanting land of flowers. Plaij golf or tenuis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip faros, and convenient train service. Tickets to New Orleans ond Gulf Coast points via Louisville Cr Najkvllla R. R, permit sldo (rip lo Pomacola at slight cost. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, apply to local representatives ol iho Loulsvlllo & Naihvlllo R. K. or address R. D. I'mon, General Pussciijicr Afleut, Louisville, Kij. Saturday. Match. Ullh. Kvcrvhiidy envied, t'oine hi sre that war puts iu iiar ue or price of my hats. Mrs. V. P. Park . uthent Railway ''""sr 1 car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. in., arnvin j Jacksonville 8:50 p. in. Through I'ullman connection on tram leaving Louisville 7:20 :i. in., arriving Jacksonville S:50 a. in. Kail-vait the direct line to Asheville, Charleston, Colutnli.s, Savjniu'i, Aikc.t, Anuu'-'abuiiimervills and ot! ?r so'ithern retorts. Xrit- - Cnt S'iica Wirier T'"i-r- i V miM- - T ear r. t Hon.-efk- . s. nvr.i cri' I xur in 1 i i Tinrf-i- i n m.i urJ nl' i 5nd ot .r t. iv I ' :i r ii ui . iu i vc ' it n 4 r ?i iwouaiiy T rains: lf r,., ihrougu rtiiima:i , The Southern , . ' . . ! n.n.T.H!!.n;t, i' ..: -- . 1 v '. w t;;j,,u.it.vi!U.!:r KELLY TOBACCO SEED. I iii 1 - . . ill V- -i . ? ,"iBpfJ is V lleware nf Inntutioiis. Other oenl is ? DeW; suld under their names. The .imuine irrproved "ritandinj; I'p lulia"' Seed laised by 1!. 1,. Kelly and S.iii-- . i'ui be procured only fium the raiser ai.it is rot genuine unless put an, in pHekives lii.iriiii: a of Aptilicatinn their "itfn.iture. is now net iinir in me i s. iMtent uiliee for ieK!ilratin of their siKnuture as a .,de mm k and nil liifiinueliiemi, vul liur-(le- iii 1 1 iii nun I'p3 I! I 7li FIELD SEEDS. have a lull line ..f fiirtu seeds such us Clovers liniiiilij. (Ircliarils l Top.etc iiml llliifliniss, Write for samples ami ltlivef(l pin es liijjh-KMiUt-i- Notice! Poultry R.iiseivi CLIItES Cholera. Gones. LimbcrncclL Roun, Canlicr.Miia Diarrnoca ami ail Diseases to: rnr-- i i lit' w Mvr "I V THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. "d piekid from bel selected pn I.. ty cimmpion Kurlev tubueru Krowers of Kelltuck) for the pa.t ii vear.s. I'm il. ier ounce. Snul u, nu.l t'i II. I.. KK1.I Y & SONS. V. I). No. 1. I.jnrii. ti r. Kv fti j i' "i8i ' uted i K n lull fi tTitl .Ml w W.Biish Nelson, 4.iriu-t..-aiy- rmt Kr .HT ' S Utt" I J. tlif.oi Wt iUi ' i a;. u i LLXINUON, KV. ft i; Mi KMims, .hp ;is',.r iiv 12S ACRE BLUE-GRAS- S Oiaw II Check Cuplhii $50,000. A. Iv Surplus i30,000. DKNNV. President' J. It. T. JMUUV. K. STOltMKS. As't Cashier. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. J, L. OllX, Sifety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUIt For Rent. UUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. H, Poiey, J, E. Stormei, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director!. The undersigned hereby yvvarr-into all persona not to trespass upoi our lands tor any purpose whatever A we will prosecute all offenders to ful list extent of U- law, Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N Ii Price It. L. Elkln II. C. Arnold. J. C. IttBsby. Mrs. E. L. Krazee John Tatum. It. L. Arnold. T. It. Slavin. It. I., liurker. C. M. Moberly. - OS FARM. lJ.iiicre farm all in crass acres need plovvmir for com, tobacco or hemp; hus I room dwelling, itaidy stock barn, well watered and under new No. 11 111 for the mour) ou uv o ami note how much moru res- i; pectfully your creditors reliant you. lliiiy like to tlo litisinuss with ii mtm whu has im Garrard nccutuit Bank & at the fence This farm is situated in walking tinc of Kraded school und churches. Let ua show vou this one at ISO. Ca'l on or address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. dis- - Trust Go. S. C. R'fiby. We will add other names for 25 cent They know he Is doinK business in a business like way. (letter open such an account even if jour alfslrs are not lar-e- . Tiey will crow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company etih. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, March 22, 1917. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND 0, 5 KW. Hrs., or less nt 20c per KW Iir., but charge to consumer not to ired ngents to inspect nnd test the lights nnd the efficiency of th- - lights furnished by th- - Company nt nny an.l nil times nn.l sni.l Company shall exceed $1.00 until power consumed exceeds 10 KW. Hrs., tntnl monthly furnish nn.l keep convenient nt nil times for use by snid City nr Its ngents consumption. 10 to no KW. His., nt I Or per KW. Iir. for such Inspection or test the best Instruments nnd nppnratus. Ml to 100 KW. Hrs., nt Oe per KW. Hr. (d) There shall he no poles or posts placed upon, or erected upon tho 10(1 to 200 KW. Hrs., nt fc per KW. Hr. Public .Sipiarc in the City, nor any poles erected nny nearer the Public 200 to r.00 KW. Hrs., nt 7c per KW. Hr. Square than the first alleys nroiind the Public Square, nnd there shall be ".(in and oxer KW. Ilrs., nt l.e per KW. Hr. successor nn.l assign, a no wires or cables swung over or across the Public Sqtir.re by the ComAn ordinance granting l H. V. Ilastin, hi Th- - electricity consumed to be measured by standard wntt hour mecity of Lan- pany herein and nny currents of electricity used, distributed nn.l sni.l upon enr electric light, hrnl nn.l power franchise In the twrnly nn.l his successor nn.l the Public Square slmll be by menns of conduits, or service through nlleys. ters, to be furnished, in.tnlled nn.l maintained by the Company. The mecaster. Kentucky, - vest the sai.l II. V. Ilastin The City hereby reserves the light to itself tn regulate the height of said ters are to be thoroughly tested nnd kept in condition by the Company to - riBhl nn.l privilege 'of using the street nn.l pub hcwny assign Willi tinnn.l other cnminunicntions. No accurately record the amount of power consumed. Kor each nnd every erection nn.l maintenance of polrs nti.l stringing iolcs mid altitude of said lights nnd wires bf the sni.l city for the for conducting nn.l poles, post or connection of any klul shall - erected on the streets, nlleys lighting meter installed n minimum charge of fifty cents per month may M publicwny th- f H- iv thereon of wire, or may be designated by'u. made, however, no charge shall be made by the Company for the in .iiMlc nn.l pr.vi.lo use nn.l other lawful wnya or public ways of said City except at such points as accord-in- g .li.tnl.utim: electricity sale nn.l .li.tril.ii ion of the agents of the City, and nil posts or poles shall lie erecte.l nn.l main- stalling of meters where the amount of lighting power consumed, of the nn. regulating the price an.l condition to the above provisions, (hall equal or exceed the minimum charge, nn.l of pole n...l other tained in a xcrtiral position and so erected nnd maintained and wiles clvctrlrlty nn.l regulating H- i- placing an.l mi.lntc.u.i.cos publie-wnyf t ie nty of placed so as not to interfere nt nny time with travel on or ue of the further provided that no charge rhnll be made for power consumed when pphanccs above on nn.l under th- - streets an. ,. or public ways, or side walks of said City by the public, or damage the amount, pursunnt to the nboxu rates, shall be less than the minimum of twenty your from nn.l after July 1. HM U, caster for a trim erecting tlu- - said pole and trlnitw.ir tl..- si.,,1 nch. in- niiure nubile or nriwilo property, or rights of nny person, corporation charge. wire, .,,g th.. pr.vll.Ko of The Company shall furnish electricity for power, heating and similar or company, that may now be operating under franchise or grant from said for a reasonable time prior to July 1. rates Kentucky, through its ity o.in-.i- l City. The materials, location and construction of all poles, conduits, xvires purposes nt the following maximum .. ...... LMV II.. WIIKHHAS, the ity of Unrnster. , .... ix. it v.. ... -j m...s.. at it regular meeting ami other iixtures ami appliances u.m..... "i." Total monthly consumption, less man l.y ordinance, wl.i.h wan .luly passed nn.l adopted Hr system shall be necnr.ling to the best hentucky. the of either or monthly consumption. r0 to 200 K.W Ilrs.. 7c per K City of Unrnster. Total held In tin- - Polio- - Court Itoom. in the Ic per M i r. evening. Septem- engineering practices nnd subject to the inspection, approval and control Total monthly consumption. 200 to 1000 KW Hrs.. fie of meeting f the iM Council on Monday regular place per KW Hr. of the an.l ..- - of the City. Any repairs on the streets, public ways or being 'luly publi'l nft.-Total monthly consumption, 1000 to 2000 KW Hrs.. ber I I'M'!, an.l tin- mI.I or.liuanr.per KW Hr or of the Total monthly consumption, 2000 and over KW Hrs.. Ic ,1...i as required l.y law. created a franchise rlisht for tin- use oforcc-t,o- n City rendcie.l necessary by the election or maintenance donepoles and caused meters, to he by at the by the erection or maintenance of sai.l plant shall be Power eon.umed to he measured by stnn.lanl watt hour nn.l nlley of tin- City of Uncntcr for tho ... .1 : - .. .U..1I .... ..... I..- - .I..... street nn.l p..blicw..y. Company's ex.v.. furnished, installed nn.l maintained by the Company nt the cm.s arm,, transformers, st.ing.ng expense oT tile . nnipany. AH HIP xvires up.ii. "iu-- j imi.iii i.v of poles an.l placing thereupon of feet aboxe the ground or street and shall be placed at u greater pense. These meters shall l.e thoroughly tested and kept in condition to necessary appliances, nn.l the maintain. weiity-tw.- i .hereon of wire, nn-- l any nn.l all , nn.l other or less height above the ground or street when and wherever so directed by accurately record the amount of power consumed. Kor each and every th- - streets such win-r placing un.l-- r Ire- of th- - snid P"- lh.Citv. or its authorized agent. All poles shall lie straight ami uniiorm. power meter installed a minimum charge for the same may be mad- - of one er clcctnrn! appliance an.l mamliiliiing a cents per month per for light, strong and sulwttintinl, and not less than seven in. lies at the smallest end. dollar per month per meter plus txventy-f.v- e supplying, distributing nn.l selling f conducting, All wires inrrving elettne current shall - so maintained at nil times as connection. Provided, however, that no such minimum charge shall other lawful purposes, to th- - City f heat, power nn.l nil the trans- - be made when the charge for power consumed ns provided herein shall he said franchise right runninir from July not to endanger life, and all wires, conductors and npplian.es for nn.l th- - inhabitants that no an.l providing for th- - nd nii.sio'i of ele.trie urrent shall be thoroughly insulated an.l shielded, so equ-i- l t.. or exceed suih minimum charge, nn.l provided further when year thereafter of the i7 for a to render same harml-s- s to tnmh or upon contact when carrying current. rhirge .hall be made for poxver consumed as provided herein upon th- - term-- , limitations for an.l receiving f I'l.U The above th- - provisions or uml when the sni.l insulation or covering on said wires becomes too thin or amount of such bill would be less than the minimum charge. set nut; ami. whereas, pursuant to ml conditions harmless to touch, said charges hall be the maximum allowed nn.l it shall be provided In the said th- ity -- f injured by age, or otherwise, as hot to be safe th- - llonorahl- - I.. C. Davidson. Mayor of sai.l customers wires shall be leplace.l by other wires, which meet the requirement hereim rules of the Company an.l incorporated in the franchise that the is...... required for two . as advertised Uncast.-rthat the Company will be required to us- - the alley ways hall be entitled to n live per cent deduction for nil bills paid in cash ntlt,r"r'1, " 'l,w":!,"r "f -'- "r;11 It is un.lerst r H'" ,'l,,1,r-'' in renKentucky . as much as rracticu! for setting poles nnd rarrying wires, nn.l nil posts. nnv time not Inter than the 10th of each month succeeding the service rculation in th.- - City of lj.nrnst.-- an.l Cnrrar.l County. th- - said .Mayor lo. guy wiros. an.l the current carrying wires anil cnlile in tne entire . iIut . ti. Company shall be permitted to maKe more iioera. oc.ioistnting in sul.tan- - that weekly, sai.l . navments, and further provided that the t ompanj may m.iKi outcry tn th- - best, highest ami most sx.t.-- are to be so constructed and maintained as not to interfere with the would -I- I tin- sai.l franchi..- at public How of water in nny ia) r!ltl., ,ol, n,or the lighting an.l power sections herein, but the of th- - sai.l or.linnn.o. nt .On o.Io.k iif.- of public ways by the public, or to obstruct the ' favorable bi.l.l.-r- . un.l.-- th- ihall be accorded to all consumers of electricity under thi r:..ii cutter or .Irani, and the entire system shall l.e kept ut all times in good 'j:t. I91. in front of th- - Court on M or P , . that th- - sui.l Mayor order und conditions, so as not to endanger life an.l to give good an.l efficient 5nn)1, l.iri.um,innces nnd conditions. That is there is to be no Kentucky, an.l th- - City of ljin.ast.-rin In the erection of suili poles, wires and othr apparatus there l. i.,,...(.,,n the rates accorded consumers who use. the same under like or in th- - Police Court ltom. th. of Ih- - City Council nt a .nil ,. . U shall be no cutting or mutilating of shade trees upon the public streets. ,.,,mijtions. a:l. I'.M.i. th.-rn pli'c- - of lighting, power, heat mcnucs or public ways without the consent of the City and in the event!' II. Dalton. The faill rompany shall furnish for commercial C, Davi.l.on. Mnvr. nn.l th- - folh.wiinr councilman: .J. hour period . be ,.i,.,.trj,. lights a herein provided for a full twenty-fou- r at i.insent I. secured from the City the City shall under no circumstances . Cno.llo.-ami W. Sam Cot'ton. J. A. Anion responsible to the owners of the sai.l trees for any damage don- - by tlu t.n.h llrlli ,.0ry day in the week for and during the period of the franchise . Hash,, th- - Council th- - bi.ls of II. to sai.l Mayor with all tli- - nnipany. h.- woul.l comply granted herein. .... for tin- sai.l f ran. hi..- r.tht. nn.l also that str.-.-Hie City may require at the t nmp.iny s expense the installing ot as nt $I JM) The Company shall furnish electricity to tne x.ny m . . .i.r ... ... .1 .. l,:..l. s of th.- - s..l or.lmam - an.l furnish n. n.v . in .U.. .....I ".mm ii..i,. heatimr mirno.es upon the same terms ns provided herein in a.i.iiin.o i iiu.se sai.l lamps manv as twelve metal stanuar.is ...r i..l th- - s.u.1 f run. I bum, per annum for nn.l .lur.i.K H- i- if- - of City desires it. with standards shall be similar to and matih the said standards. for l for individuals and commercial lighting at any time the w!th his bi.l hi. bcnVl.M. an.ll- - pow-- r. nn.l of the grant herein made I The wild ComiKinv in consideration Th.. Cnmnanv is hereby granted the right an.l may mane ami esu.o.is.. the faithful performance of the term of U Ita.tn- as his surety, for ... v...... (i Connley agrees to assume the payment of and to pay nil the judgments rendered all reasonable rules and regulations not inconsistent- w.u. i..e the bi.l of n..l fran. his.', an.l the sai.l Mayor also .,,.u,m.i tl... ni.l Citv nr aeainst th- - Company owing to or cnu.-- .l by any the furnishing of electric service as provided herein, but the said rules and refui-e.to tile s:.i.l bon.l rcpim-.per lamp, but the sni.l Cormley nn.l eon. nt tV mrt of said ( i.mpany. or any of its employees, t of negligence on the ul.uj(ins hall be subject to the npprox-a- l of the council ami s.im or before the Council, ami .n bj s.u.1 ..r.l.nanre either with th- ngent. or servants, in the eiwtion of or maintenance of said electric light- - ,,.,.. ,,.,) . O. by t inforce said rules until same lire submitted to nnu approved n.ke.l that his bi.l - withdrawn, whereupon it was move.l Und the Council reserves to itselt tne rignt to nguiuiL, that mg system in the said City, or in the operation of said electric lighting sys- - , t,)t, (loo.lloe. councilman, an.l secon.le.l by Wesley Zanone. councilman, grant. .hange or modify such rules adopted by the Company at any lime. frai'chi.e nKht of II. V. Hnstm be accept.-.- upon the tcm during the life of this the bi.l for the sai.l eieii.o. Tm. Company shall furnish to the City ot nn.l (S) The Citv reserves the right to itself to regulate the placing of terms set out in sni.l or.linnnce. with all the provision., limitations the - ... v. poles upon the streets, and laying ol commits, nn.l no poies or posi- s.ian cllm,nt nnij the ( ity of Lancaster agrees ami cu.ivn.vi.wns unanimously carried, all e conditions set out therein, which motion City Council be placed in the Citv upon any public streets, alleys or ways except under (hl, Compallv ,.l,.ctric current in quantity and power sufficient for the rounc.lmeii votmir es. Now. the premises considered, the with water direction an.l with the consent of the City, an.l the City reserves the .n,tioll nf motor driven pumps to supply the City of Lancaster cf the city of Lancaster. Kentucky, do ordain ns follows: ur r.quipmetu neces...r have removed any post or pole and placed f()r ,UnnK the period of this franchise, That there be and the nht. pruilece and fran. lose .s right to itself to at any time Secl.oi I the at other point, upon reasonable notice to the Company, and ten days pre- - pumpin(, saj,i water, which will consist of electric motors and suitnme to II. V. Ilnstin and his successors nn.l iksikih. to hereby i:rante.l furnished, paid for and instnlled by the City of Lancaster. Ij.ncaster. vious noli..- hall be regarded as reasonable, and upon the failure of the pumpSi wii public roads, streets, avenues, lanes and alleys of the City of shall have the right to T,K, Companv shall furnish, build and construct a line of wires and poles construct, operate and niamtniii under, over an.l across Company to make such change after notice the City Kentucky to erect, connect transformers, make the said change at the Company's expense. from th,. City service line to the water work, plant of the City and . the same.' tliroiiuh the City all necessary poles, floss nrm. uy oi Lancaster motors am maintain the same at tne (.ompanys va,..-..-(01 That the sai.l Company shall furnish to the the purpose of coli.luctinir. wires conduits, an.l other appliances for and the said City shall us- - during th- - time from tho city s,.n.jct. nnt. to the water works plant of the City shall be di.tributinc and scllinir electricity for liclit. heat, power and all during the life of tin. franchise a ns plovil1lMi herein for City wiles, and the poles shall he said City minimum of seventy lamps of 100 candle fuIaU,(1 Kentucky, an.l the inhabi.ublic lighting in other lawful purpo.es to the City of Unrastcr. by not less than eighty watts of energy. vj,M ,u.roin for poU.s in the City. The City reserves the right to itself to period of for a each, same to be produced itants thereof, nn.l with the richt. privihce an.l franch- ii- 'under, and in the event there should lie manutaciure.i aim the location oi us waicr u, uh it f twenty years to erect poles, swine wires, cables and lay conduits in. ...v., the present my water inim. more canine ..'iimi nn.l alone the public ways of the said City for the distribution, trans- unon th- - market for sal- - a lamp that produces over installed ,r nt such times as is necessary to keep the City supplied wiin electricity, an.l said rieht shall extend to all eiehtv w.tts of energy, th- - City icscrves the right to have same measured mission delivery and sale of However. t all tinu.s. AH current so furnished the City shall be which are now ..pen , lieu of the series nitrogen lamp onteniplated in this grant. street lanes, nvenues and public ways of sni.l City, City of Lancaster at anal that may be opened, with the Citv shall not have the privilege of this change in the event it requires , stanil.Ul watt hour meters and chaiged to the agreed between the e or may be hereaft.T opened, or any new streets p,r KW. Hrs. Hut it shall be and nssutns to . new wiring equipment to use the same, or should said lamps exceed in raU l)f thrtH. full authority to the raid II. V. llastin am! his successors ,, tho city of Lancaster that the City shall pay a minimum charge ($2.00) each, for which the sai.l City agrees City as of said the sum of Two Dolla.s (Iir holes, dit.hes. trenches in the streets, lanes and alleys Fifty Cents ($12.o0) per an- - f(ir tlu. pumpinK of ,he said water of $1,200.00 per annum. And it shall o .... will pay a sum of Twelve Dollars and may be necessary for the erection of poles or lnyinc of .onduits inordiright to have installed as many , furthcr provided that the motors shall be kept m repair by the Comlimn . The City reserves the mit" for with the limitations and conditions that are imposed in this .. tl,.. n. t..nl exnense for keeping the same in repair ... -. . ....... ... .b.. .im.. nrice. In nany unu .1... v by the iiilil.l.otial .lamp, as irom nnu- in nine t . .n. nance an.l the ordinance directini: the sale of said franchise enacted competent jurisdiction m)t incIudig labor, but including oil. Hills shall be rendered month y for he event that it should be adjudged by any Court of I'tty Coumll on September I, IP Hi. ,, charge shall be made for current actually consumed dur-eon- - .,,, sorvil.0 the .at the City Council did not have the legal authority an.l power to Section II: The sai.l franchise rights nr.- awarded and granted to Im....j ..... month. Provided; that should u ue aujuuge.i i,..,..i mil to ue the said lamps for light at the sale jnB thl. following terms. Ililll III llir i...i.. K.i.il II V llastm. his successors nn.l assigns, on the that the City cannot legally contract, as th- - number of lamps at the said prices as setlCoult (lf competent jurisdiction of this franchise nr to use is agreed itations an.l conditions: this franchise, it is understood and agreed plovjde.l in this section during the entire life of this franchise, it (II Where nn.l when the word City is uc.l herein, it shall refer and out herein, during the life of said Ilastin that the same shall be binding that this contract shall cover such legal period as the City may contract word i. ..... ...... il... C.ioncil and the .. ;l . !... .i mean the City of Ijincaster, Kentucky, nn.l where and when the way and it is further provided and agreed t.y tne sain tomiuiny nwi .In. i.,.. what legal Period same may cover and the same shall in no ompany u uml herein it shall refer to and mean II. V. llastm. the this fran renew the said contract upon the terms and prices fiom time to Jtime nn.l the effect the grant herein nor any other provision or limitation of herein, to him or his successors or assign of this agreed und provided that should . Kentucky, nn.l the word Com .hise. and the said ltastin agrees to furnish lights to the City as hereinbe set out in this article, and it is further ity instead of the City of word adjudge that the city cannot icg.... .. being ue.l herein r .limne- the life of the franchise and the City is given the pnv nny Court of competent jurisdiction .... . 1..- -: .ny instead of II. V. Ilastin, his succcfsor or assigns, .e ..In.. I1C. nf tll. fpiltl- ' c ; of contracting for the sune from time 'to time. In the event it snoum contract with the said ompany ior anu .iuuhk ( for brevity competent Jurisdiction that the contract here chiM- herein, as set out. in vms u. vu.v - . (.M The said II. V. Ilastin shall hae the right for the term of- twenty be adjudged by any Court of 'herein nor anv other provision of this contract ...or franchise. ,.. the entire period of the lraiunise is lueg.u. I t ii iL K yenrs. "beginning July 1. 11! 7. nnd ending July I. I'.in7. to use tlu- streets ... .u.x sun-- , .u. .. I ki.v.ii t,i ilt.i lifif snail execute ..on.. (13) The herein, m All shades. reflector-- nnd fixtures used in sticet lighting shall ne alleys of the City, ns provided in Section ...id highways nn.l J.... .1... ..n, ..i- Tl,r.... Thousand Dollars (S3.000.00) for the benefit of whom mn .. to the approval of the City Council..... light, heat nnd power for th- - us- - of the , ...... . ... . . I llllll- COll- nrder to furnish electricity for II fnV . n II . . tlrm n.. ...... .... I.. i'he Company shall keep in repair all tne sai.l street lamp, aim .epia.e lt mny concern uiui emu. ity and the inhabitnnts thereof, provided the maximum prices for electric in good faith and said price herein fixed, the s.me with new lamps when failing to furnish light of normal standard ditions of the franchise shall he kept and performed fran-tli- e light, hent nn.l power so furnished shall not exceed the shall be kept in force and continuance during the life of the is also nowcr it Company's expense, and the Company shall have deducted from but it is distinctly understood that the right, privilege and franchise e granted and shall bo for the protection of said City and lamps by the City the sum of price agreed herein to pay for granted to the said II. V. Ilastin from nnd after the publicntion an.l adoplight asset out herein. The for the protection an.l benefit of the citizens of said city, who to use the streets, alleys and public ways of the ,ents per night for each lamp failing to produce tion of this uriliiinm-be due herein for street may be users of electricity for the fulhllme.it of the conditions poles nnd stringing of wires nnd the laying of con- ( dv shall pay sai.l Company's account that shall City for the erection of set out in this ordinance and the failuie to keep sai.l bond in force as furnishing of. distribution of and sale of electricity bghting in monthly installments. duits preparatory to the cause for an annulling and (10) The sai.l Company shall operate its system installed for the pur- - required herein, nt nny time, shall be the transmission, distiibution, TuruMiing nn.l which in the City of option of the City, am July 1. 11U7; provided that street and public lighting and shall furnish the said light its pro- - foiling of any franchise and rights granted at the of Kle of electricity shall begin by the said Ilastin to time if deemed .... twil.w. fur rmiveviiii! nnd conducting electricity- vi.le.l he.einbefore for street and public lighting on all night lighting basis the City may requiio u renewal of sai.l bond from time ..run,. tlli i ..tun .unit ...... '. until dawn, and by schedule duly pub-- insufficient. t rliall not be within fie feet of any.. telephone or telegraph....company s wires. from fifteen minutes after .... ..c .1... i.e.. .. ... (tl) That the failure of the purchaser of the franchise to commence ..j I... lisb.-.- l showing when and xvhat hour the paid lights shall be turned on und; who lime wires now strung upon mc streets i.r .u..m herein ,,tr. which schedule shall first be approved by the Council and sai.l Com the construction of the plant and the performance of the conditions Ictri.l grant .... ti... ...:.i ii - it. ..in .Ivill li.M'iii the e.instruction of his electric puny shall furnish the lights under the said schedule for every night in the provided in the building nn.l construction of the plant, or the failure to ... 1. I ill Kll'l . ..... ....... .... i ..... .... nt.. ...:i i... fit., .... .,r . complete said plant within the time herein provided nnd required, or any . ... n.- ...m i :,ght nnd power plant nnd the erection of his poles nn.l stringing of wires year. A copy ot tne scne.iuiu sni.i. oe mi-of this and publication of this the City of Lancaster, and the franchise may provide for inforcing this! subsequent wilful violation of the restrictions and conditions within thirty days from nnd after the liniil adoption shall at . the option of the City annual and woik a forfeiture of any ..... proviso.... . ordinance gruntinif to mm tins irancnise nnu hmu i.i.cn- .". " V ... i . I.., .i.l .irovUi.ii, shall 11... ..v......... ,. .,. B,..i..ni mil- l i than 1Mb dav of May. HM7. (11) The C ompany shall furiosli electric euirent, in any nun an me right or irancmse acquire, lur .iperiuiiMi ... corporations nnd to churches and for, apply to any and nil successors nnd assigns of such purchaser, nnd the pro- residents, business firms, and shall execute bond to the city in the sum of One Thousand Dollars 3a lighting when the visions herein shall he in addition to any lecovery under ($1,000.(10) for the fuithful performance of this poitlon of the franchise. public buildings nnd for ornamental lighting for street shall furnish an iilteinnting current system for same shall be applied for und same 'hall be furnished within a reasonable provided herein. (I) Said Company (15) The said City does hereby reserve to itself the right to purfor power, heat nnd light nnd shall be pro- tune after the application lor surn electric current, unuer mc hiiii.i..k tin- manufacture of chase plant, property, and the street und alley equipment of said lighting machinery throughout, that is, hhall . onditions: vided with duplicated power producing to this ordinance nn.l the Company The Company shull furnish the necessary wiring for connecting with system to be installed und in pursuance have two engines, two boilers nnd two dynnmos, said dynamos to have a consumer' residence or place of business ut herein grant to the said City the said right ut any time upon and after the i u.ithe street service line to the i.mi iii.iiuuum-.capacity ol lit least To Ixva euin, same to oe ii.caii-.on or after July 1. j.C I tiiii.ii.tor Kti. the Company's expense, provided the residence and place of business is expiration of seven years from July 1, 1917, e . .. i.t . tXU.H.I .1... f!.., ll.nl. a ..f .1... IMV ....in. ... .... UlK "I" 1,1 lOIIH.!-the City exercises tho said right, ull right, privtucky; said dynnmos to be three phnie, i!0 cycle and said engines to have not more than fifty yards from the street service line, ami the consumer 1U24. And in the event nil distance further than GO ileges and franchise granted to the Company herein, or its successors or rudit if nt capacity to opernto the sni.l plant uml nil electrical npplianeea shall pay for the wire and poles required for public ways shall cease. Said City to purhest nnd of such design ns to Insure satitfnetory nnd the best yards from the street service line, that is, for the additional wire extend- assigns to use the streets and shall be the convey upon tho following concapacity of mild electric plant In the matter of engines nnd ing from fifty yards to the consumer's residence or place of business. The chase and the said Company to grunt and The growth of the City nn.l use of elec- Company to erect said poles and string snid wires to the consumer's place ditions: dynamos shall he Increased should the The Company is to furnish to the City at the time of the completion tricity require it to furnish -- indent light nnd power pervice. to the said of residence or business nt Company's expense. In case of light nn.l power ....... ... .....I l.....t ... .1... l..liitlitliin.M nt flu. f?itv .mil Ibe en. Installation the consumer shall pay the cost of wiring and installation of of the plant and system herein with a true nnd correct itemized account i " " UIH. 'K"l l " - ' ." Ill)', lit buildiiiK und constructing its plant, property nacity of said plant or system shall be ut all times such that the disabling of equipment necessary and that the service lines for supplying the light or of the cost and expense ... ........ which cost nnd expense shall be made basis in esti1.n.... bum. mu any lioncr. engine, i:ei.ei"vu..- u. umu ....t. ur II... iuuhik uu. ul ...i al.t. motors in the building; shall he run to the outkide of the building at con- nn.l street equipment, unit mating the value of the plant and described herein at tho time the City unit for repairs or denning will not effect the efficiency of the Bcrvlco to be sumer's expense. tho system The Company shall furnish electricity as stated for lighting residences, elects to purchase the same, also tho amount of depreciation of provided In this ordinance. The Company shall mulntain n rendered ns City elects stores, churches, public building, electric signs and for other similar pur- from the time of the construction of the plant up to the time tho throughout its system. pressure of 110 volts (Continued on page 8.) right through its employees and author- - poses at the following maximum rates: (S) The City shall have the POWER FRANCHISE. t- fr , - strts .. - c over-hea- d under-groun- d side-wal- - - r - - - "' - hots-pow- Ij.ii.-nM.-- b- . 1 o.l tw.-nt- verti-cm-- -- h- in 1 nr.H--.ini- r pub-Vhe- i - - r 1 - IIoiim-.loo- r wlu-r.-as- l pr-s-- nt. th-.i- u.l - - - rv. t p.-- r ... I ....... fib-.- - ! fm b- op-th- : u- - - i. ln-f- er p... ,.- ,, - . 1 ., Com-nric- - ... ... pur-bas- fram-hise- . Urn-aster- ...... ....... I - 1 . 1 , ..... .... ..... txve.ity-tiveichif- hd for-po- .e Uni-aster- . , sun-se- 1 - - ordi-nan- - ili-i- - ... . . n - i "-- " ... ! ..t.. The Central Record. Thursday, March 22, 1917. Give US Your Spring Order Court Day For a New Buggy or Chevrolet Car. Will Have Both on Display. R. IW. ARNOLD DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. W (!. A. Swinchrnad, sold n nice team Light Heat and of mate mules, f jiir years old to Ollie (Continued from pane 7.) Sand of llnrlioursvilte, for $100. Mr. to purchase the same, nnd it may lie considered nlso the vnlue of the nddi Swinebmad lnilit of Cluirlle Ciirrnn, I nm nuthniized liy the City Council the time the Company begins the ttonal good will nddeil to the system nfthecllv of Lancaster tti oiler to of l'crr.t tiilc. nice saddle horse for n operation, July I, I1U7, to the date from City clcrt. to purchase the same the highest ImliltT. n I met of I.iml coutiiin-fn- g fancy price; n lot of feeding; hogs of It shnll lie provided in the franchise that in considering the value of the iliout nine acres, more or less. Mrs. Ii. I,. Ituldile. weight '.ill pounds, good will ns provided herein that Mine shall not exceed In the estimate of utrr-wor- k it l.'i i t lit". I nal is n This part of ity the vnlue of said plant the sum of Three Thousand Hollars ($(1,000,110) that - lard land unil adjoin tinof J is, the arbitrators may consider the said i;ninl will and the nilditionnt value W. Sweeney. A right-of-ttn- ) will CARD OF THANKS. I of the plant by reason of the same ninl It x it nt nny sum that may lie Just oxer the city land to the tract Mi. J. Ilarvev Deiine mid family nnd fair, hut not to exceed said sum of f ;l,(MHI.nil If the City nnd the Tile I'lty Council lesertes tin- - right plant, piop wish to thank their iteighbars and Company lire unable to ngrce upon n fair valuation of the said to reject ;in hihI nil bids, Purchase ' erty, street mid alley equipment of said lighting and power system, and ml maintain fencer. friends who were untiring in their helpis to iut up ii agree upon the price the City shall pay and the Company receive for the Sale will lie niadebefoie Court lluu.se fulness and .sympathv in then recent 'luesiion oi ine price io ne pai.i ny me t uy to ine t omp.iny mm bereavement in the loss jf their loved,""' door, lit J::I0 o'clock, March Hint lt'17. ,,mt shall receie from the City shall be referred to n board one. Kadi and eery act ot love and It. (!, Davidson, Major Terms cash. i"f '"'"Irators selected lis follows. The City Council to select one person. kinilhes wiil be cherished always. who may be a citizen of the town of Lancaster, the Company In select one person, who shall not be linnncially interested either us u part owner or ns iMDTl AT TIM VI 0 LAKl III " stockholder of the Company, and the price ngiccd upon by the two shall lliilllllu. GO WKST THIS Sl'itl.VO be p.iiil by the t ity and accepted by the Company for the said street mid Ilcconio independent b) takiliK tip To the friends in both Hrjantsvllle BFtrlculture In Minnesota, North U.f and Lancaster we wish to thank them! alley equipment of the said lighting system. In the eent the two per kot.i. Montana, IJalio, Washington or one and ad for the kindness slnwu us sons selected run not agree the Circuit Judge of the l.ltli Judicial District, Oregon. Millions of acres of land In then duly elected, qualified nnd acting shall be selected as the umpire and dill ing the illness ai.d dentil of our these states along tlio Northern the decision of the said board ns thus composed shall be linnl. In the event It. awaiting settlement, Cnusual wife and mother, and "hall always cher-' the Circuit Judge declines or refuses to act the County Judge of Carrnrd opportunities. Healthful climate, iuti ft fr.ttn tli.t liMttmn i.f .ulr . iounty, then duly elected, qualified and mting, shall be substituted for abundant crops, good markets, ex I ,i.i.... u- - ..i " ' facilities, transportation ', Circuit Judge of the 13th Judicial District. In the eent thai no decision younn Irellent churches, otc. A ",n l"' "'"l'"',, "" lml, Provided the riitht is granted to the City to have ambitious people Send for IT'O 'condemiintion proceedings iiislitute.l in the (iarrnid Circuit Court and the DLul IU LlVt. free descriptive literature and Infnr- -' question ot value of the said nstem and the amounts to be paid bv the mat Ion regarding the particular secThere r.re men who argue that living City and received by the Company tion that Interests ou. We will tin shall be left to the judgment of the A Clad to assist you In locating your is high, but they might try dting. Court, which judgment shall be hlndinc and final upon both parties hereto, now home In n community where you lit lug ninn gets shaw-lor l.'i cents. in. in Un there shall tie no appeal. can feel at home and can enjoy prosa dead one s and never kirks. PUBLIC LAND SALE Electric Power Franchise. r,""l'y - ' ti. J 3EARWIES This Is the season or the year to give, your Milk Cows and Work Horses , INTERNATIONAL STOCK Or. Wm. Pryor, 2 Veterinary" Surgeon FOOD. 2j and Dentist. pat (10) The riht. privilege and franchise itrnnted under this ordinance perity. Write to J. C Katou. (Jeneral but Agent, Northern Pacific lty., 40 Kant A gH)d kursey overcoal costs flti, lint shall be for a term of twenty years, except as proNided herein, becinnini; u wwid one costs $100. A ilh St., Cincinnati, O. July 1, I'.it", and ending July I. i:i7, and it is hereby expressly understood will phiet potatoes lor '.'0 cents an that e.xpinitmn of the term of jears for which the rights mid provdeges hour, but for planting ton lie gets four ahoe enumerateil are granted and Kit en to the Company the said Company 009 MM MO Ii Mil j times as much. A carriage to the shall It ave no further rights itegen fur erecting, keeping or main the itre costs ?J, but everyone to the tabling poles or wires upon the ctrcets ir public was of snid City, and the A hrcwert will till cemeteij costs l.'i Company hall without notice remote all HiIes, wires anil street equipmci.t your hid.- - to bursting for 80 cents, but nt onre upon the expiration of the grunt herein. the eiiilialmer gets (IJ.&II for the same (lil I his ordinance shall be in full fone ami elfeet after it iias.iiL'e job Cmnc t thinl. of It theie lite lots' and publication ns required by law 'f llin ..I. tn me for in this orld. i.. c nwinsnx. .tutor contrary It'gii prices D. tl - X .MII.l.Klt. City ( ierk rate-dig-gt J ' FINE HOG ltet th- TO HEAD HERD. It's The Best tOllice at ltainey s I.tvery Stable. - Kenturky trim IWcRoberts Drug Store '0'(07(0'a THIRD ANNUAL J.E.EDWARDS, H.D Phone 391-M BUCKEYE, KY. ''''.X0' 3 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. 0 &. AUTOMOBILE SHOW 1 :' 0 : John M. McRoberts. H. I LEXINGTON KENTUCKY SHELBOURNE'S ' SOUTH HALL EXHIBIT J. PATRICJC, Dentist. KentUOky I'. M, 'linder has just received - I'o dstrenni Karms near Lexington, wtiul inant debet e to tie the best Duroc lliur evei seen nrouod this cuinmtimtt. This bog is rotal.t bred anj registered under the ii.tme "Vila'itt ". A letter from its former owner to Mr Tinder, has this to sat "We think )ou hate made a wise selection in placing this boar at the heail of tour herd, as he not only hus back in his pedigree loine of the most noted hogs known to the breed, but he lnni-- j self was consider) d by W. T. Ilarri. at judge of uationsl reputation, to be gixsl enough tu win first preiiniiui at the ;; lllne (Irass fair at Lexingtmi last fall in strong competition, latei winning 'junior Championship, at the same show". This hog vt ill be mated to a limited number of sow sat the .mall fee of SilHi. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENTOF - 1917 SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE HAN. (Successors to Hughes ,t Swmeliroad' - OK KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE AND LAINL OP iNOVV" PUBLIC SALE 'EXPERIENCE EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. SiPaiiibliick. : BROADWAY 0 5tf 0. HALF MILLION DOLLAR OF rs :. COMMERCIAL CARS HIGH CLASS PLEASURE AND MARCH, :' : 28-29-30- -31 The only thing of its kind in The Blue Grass Superb Decorations. Two Concerts Daily. i. . .' . ...0,''0, 0'.0)1GI, .;.. V acree. vyry fertile, front.iue on a piki. J mile of City limits of lnwaster. Well wntcml, tlwidlipf; aisl other out Imildiiv.s. 10 acre tobacco Best liy test, for Men ami Bns bam. 20(1 ton cuncrete silo. Hurry, wune one is ure to buy this one. A wibuiliaA home of 1 1 ncrea. nn juke I mile, of City limit, brick dwelling, Lvcry pnir (Juaranieed large barn ami oilier lait I Hi ill lilies. A farm of l.Mlucies. imrtly rolling laml, jjuo improteimMiU, on pikt with hl-i- ut Km; acres of ciitT bihI Hriuinjc b"l thruwn in, BUIs and Claims of all colA fa.'in uf 'lfi iieres on two nikea. ean lie ditbtiil in ...eaeiii ru,..u v.. 9. I'lione I?."' impioyfinetita but a number of biiildiiiK ilen. Kino location. Laml lies well. . Olllce llours ' ? lected by our System i. . i nn I The farmers of (.airardand adjcinK . .. ..in,,,,,nii...,...u ..in. ...i counties, wot mite ine opiKji uiiuij una, uiriuteiFH:nia. i.iihi i.i-- wen i.. We make .ltivihitelj no t liaise t.nli'ssltlieiiinprv is actually and is on pike. year tu hived tl M. K. lliiiiiy A. Wteelt A small farm of ncret, with A house, good nreburU, well loaded, paid to iiii ur u. ii! on pike, close to school uiul ehiirches. or 10 acre with lrg lirn adjoining can Doclors Of Denial Surger)--. be added, making H.'i Here. I'tMsauioti at once. HI Turn over a fev bad debts lo us end watch us ISI "flii. Litildinic((fi Hurt ,v Atnle A farm of 125 Beret, cbwo to town, largs toltaeeu Imrti an. I line building . get the money. mm ti rt Mo.-eKtcott! 2:20 1 1 Trial 2:14 site on pike for dwelling. LANCASTKIt. KENTUCKY. A farm of 'J aervs, Mrtly MllHHf. fie Ituw, ptemtsl Impjove ini-nt- i It will pay von to i.r iiroHtitiuii. right on pike. A farm of I "J8 acre. I mile front town, on pike, lainl partly lollinc, 8 splei.ilnl impi'iiteiuents, ii' A faun of 111) aerssi of line land well Intpfuvnl, on )ike awessible to marCoy rf. ha.idert'. Manager. You to fict our free c.'ilnlog on ket of thno county senls, land lion well, Oltice 1st llnor llrndU j llldg. est ude Lcmi gtoi. St. I'lione 2- 1li A small firm of IS iTcrns. mile from plk, wltii gixal 'imprnv menla. I CITY I'Util'EKTY: New nuslc'rii dwelling of H rooms, Z halls, cellar, bath looms, moduli furnnce lieattsl, electlif lightk, water works, suiall modern barn and 1 ucrcD of laud. A dwelling of li rooms and out buildings and I acres uf land. DahAnother new modern dwelling of It) rooms with nil modern conveniences Incorporated, Ho la a handsome individual nnd ele A number of other dwellings uud building lots, MAerytlilni for Orchard. Lutvii and gantly bred. Ilaa been shown tweijj)-seve- n l'ur further particulars and prices inquire of times uud won tirst twenty-liv- e Garden. times and second twice. You should Write for free Cotalojjue. No Agfa see him before booking your mares aa V.i All Orders Kerei c Prompt Attention or 83. Phones 33SI-- F mare in the county should & Sods. every good the best stallion in reach. be bred to Hp will nuke the season of l'J17 at Lexington, Kentucky. Kentucky. 1916 Kobvrt Fox's stable near Marksbury.Kj 1:41. TheWayenberg Line'' of Work Shoes to my disabilities, I will on. j Our records for the past nKht veari show salrs of more thin KI.WKI acres MA lit. II, .list.. 1UI , ol lanil, besides lare amount of town and city pioperty and stocks of (iromptly at 10 a. m.. sell to chandise, amounliiiR to more thnn $l,a.VI,oiKl.lKJ and this business was done to D. V. Jl. the hlKhest bidder, mv farm contaiiiiiiK t,,e "itire satisfaction of more than filKJ clients and cuitomera and they are my about lifty acres, on Kail Lick pike and references for "fair dealing." Krom my experience in the business I know how, when, where and what miles from Lancaster. This! about farm is well improved with nice, cottage I ,n advertise. To the one who has property to farm Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary and all outhuildiiiKH and a spNmdid to-- 1 lul or business property, merchandisesell any reallands, cUy properly, dwellings or estate pruKsition. 1 solicit hacco barn. At the same time will sell. College. , ...,rl,.,,, inU ...... lour business, believini! I can handle it to tnur entire nli.fm t;..,, .,.. ,. ...lKENTUCKY. )rooll mare, one tearhnu horse, three DANVILLE, List your farm or other property nith me now. I now hav i hand a I splendid milk cows with ouhk cilves. ' lHK list of parties who are itoini: to buy soinethini; somewhere nnd jour prop V may lie jusi witat 1 am looking Tor. one stripner enw. live tearlinK steers. To the one who wants tj invest, I mihcit jour patronage aa I know tallies and wemht about UH pounds, one J- "d know that when toil clo-- e a deal throtiuh me ytm will pet "talue receued" ft shoals, about T." barrels of com in crib, fariiuni; implements nndall hotie- - 'or your monej. FUNERAL DIRECTOR bold and kitclten furniture. Anyone I have on hand for sale at all tunes a l.aiye Number of Karms. Duellings Olllce Oter National Hank. to Itn.k uver place will be gladly City I'roperly not in the ndvertied list, ns my list uf property is constantly chanuini;, by sales, expirations renewals, listing n,.w properties anil sum., of JKesidence i'lione y. Olfice I'lione 27 shown same uf sale will be liberal and my bust properties are not advertised nt the request of the owners The LANCAKTEIt, KV. If joti are a nun. resident of (iarrard t'ountj, write me and I will tell you tnide known mi day of nle. all ah nit our County, its fertile soil, its prilucts, market facilities. j;nod roads, MAT II!! VAN I' Capt W.T King, Auctioneer. school an I churches, of Lancaster and Its biisinss, its pi.ple and its growth. The following is just a few of the propertiea I hate on hand for sale now. U'"t! bAlLKUAl. John S. Casey, Veterinary Surgeon. .i.. A. Beazlev I'AH.MK. I Collections I I Rare A farm of 17 I e. c cox, clcsses are everywhere. Manse,Ky;opportunIty. art l Wiltondale, nin I ! itiiti:utf 0 ii lie Santos Pfecsntlle Anency Jacob SchuizCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Shrubs. Grace Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. Fruit and Shade Trees Occasions. H.F.Hillenmeyer SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE HAN. Lancaster, Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.