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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 29, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917032901_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 29, 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 SKVENTII YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 29. 1917. SECD CORN OF QUALITY Soy NUHBkR 62. (r DBG 3 Er1E 1E' Northern While seed oats, cow pen, eans. Millet seed. I I . iiili Installed on Sanitation lines is what you want unrraru uuutitv niii', ii.irmruiyoun-tYellow, (Inrrnnl Couity Silae and I.IiiloIii Prize SpmI Corn. All carefully seie 'ill utiil hi, h test I lluil'mi, Hughes A- I'armu. - Hu'linn. Hughes St Frnuu. MRS. VERNON CASTLE h "Palria" Friday Niglit :l Opera Home.' and need. Save health of your family, it is a pleasure, cost no more than poor plumbing. Let us explain plans-wwill save you money. "lloston Stjle'" "Tories' "I'look A dressed woman in America, which luami II" are some of the equipment Unit ll ins at the Unmans Operu House, j makes up the. Hyrnc Optical Service nt night. Probably every one. in Kengnrliin Hotel, April to 7th. the audience will lie surprised lit the daintiness of the production, the wonderful photography, and the clever act' BURNSIDE FARM SELLS ing, but tht re things are not accompli-e- d I Mr Josef li llurn'ide Hold his farm on at the sacrifice of thrills, lor there the Kirksville pike yesterday tn Mr H. is action every minute. T Sander, of Madison, Houses in Louisville, Cincinnati and containing about J fill acres, for tint nn acre. Mr the lieu All theatre in Lexington were Hurnside and family will probably move crowded to their doors at every producto town. tion of this wonderful picture, and the I Too much can not be snul of the wonSTYLES GALORE derful episod" "Patrl'i" slurring Mis. Kriptoks'' "l.uxli Is" "SuelLst" Vernon Castle, the be.t known, the belt i THE UNIVERSAL CAR 320,817 Have been built and actually delivered to retail buy ers since August 1, l!M(. These figures 3211,817- - represent the actual number of.cars manufactured by us since August 1st, 191C, and delivered by our ngents to retail buyers. This unusual fall and winter demand lor Ford cars makes it necessary for us tn confine the distribution of cars only to those agents who have orders for immediate delivery to retail customers, rather than to permit any agent to stock cars in anticipation of later spring sales. We nre issuing this notice to intending buyers that thev may protect themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Kord cars. If, therefore, you are planing to purchase a Ford car, we ailvie you to place your order and take delivery e I DR. PRINTUS WALKER. The anouncement of Dr. I'rinlus Walker nppears in thi issue of the Itecord, stating to his Carrard county friends that after April Ctli., he will locate here to pr.iclice Veterinary medicine and Surgery. Dr. Walker has Just completed thiscourse in Cincinnati, where he has been for the past two car. We wish you much success Doctor, in your chosen profession. NEW CARS IN TOWN. press of the entire nation are mously praising It. unani- JIM P0IHER KILLS HAN; i Wings Another At Crab Orchard. Conn I . Brothers. GEE1G Ltst Sunday afternoon, at Crab LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. E 3rJ The Countrj Minister, will be liy Home Talent. April loth. See .Mount' iiJv space in. d T.IUl The t'nitcil Slates is IiRuring on mer-i- y sieds in the Start the lirioiicinu nnil arming thealhes rathWe er than tending men tu actually fight kitchen window now. It is time. notice where a lloiton wninan with two againt (iermam ten cent packets of ctd hnii four Cultivated Hemp Seed for sale to (xiunds of potatoes, grew in her hack farmer hi f.M ner bu. Ilenii t the ynnl. not iimIv nil the vegetable she market irice. had need of In her household, hut sold Iluil'un. Hughe A: Famuli thirty dollar worth of egctablc. The Dixie Hlghwav will I, e completed The spring equinox marks the past i that the titoit ing of the earth over the equator in its in eight mouths. may proceed from Michigan to Fionda apparent path nround the nun. which is over a hard, smooth rtmilhed. commonly called the northern trip, School Teiiclier (to little ho If n, through which are furnished spring and farmer raised 1,700 bushel of wheat summer to the northern hemisphere. .. l.n. The spring season will continue until .. Ct IT .... - I....I...1 I -- ..l.l I. 1IV, ..H I'.". .'MPM' I. nut., June 21 when the earth will pass the will he gel' summer solstuce liov Automobile. Utile llie Car ( ompany lied. Alsike, Sapling nnil sweet clovthe sale of ft Franklin touring er s. ril, tlmothj . Orchard grass Hhd Car to Mrs. William It. Cook, of Lan Kv lllue gra seed. cusler tills company iias received u Iludsun, Hughes rnrtiau. ery beautiful Frunklin roadster trim mwl in red leather nnil wire wheels to match for exhibition at the show. Lexington Herald. kinnurd llros. Props, of the Arcade Garage. Lancaster Ky. also delivered llupinobiles to Messrs J M. Cres.-- , Forest Stapp and llillie King this week. STOP. LOOK. READ. BOYS. Would'nt ou like tu have some one give J oil $1M0. ? Well that' just what Hudson. Hughes and Farnau are olfer-in- g to do. They are starting a "Hoys Corn (Irowing Contest" at.d theiradvcr-tisemen- t on the back page of this issue tells you all about it. Head it right now and get busy. Other boys In other counties und states ure coining money out of the corn ruising contests, beside winThe report that the retreating The fields of France are ploughed army destro)rd American ware- with bomb shells instead of with the ning the plaudits of the whole United house in which were stored food for implement of peace. England can nev- States, by the wonderful results they war sulfers means that it will now lie er produce her own corn. And now we accomplish from one acre of com. necessary to raise more money to re- may hce tu stand side by side with place destroyed food these nations, millions of our guns in READ THE HORSE CARDS. their hands, and feed those of our own We have some interesting reading in Spring has certninly been ushered in as well as the other whose cause of .l . ;. : .. I I... k, several of the horse cards printed in tin-Willi niuinuAiiii n .nit ia i j. hi, tut- - liberty is our cause too, this issue of the Itecord. worst one being rrrlay afternoon ivlien' llleucher. In the springtime of 1917, with this owned by W. H. Hurton comes out with by wind a heavy rain fell accompanied immense emergency confronting us. It added laurels, being now which did some damage both here and the Champion is the duty of every man and woman to Itoad horse, by reason of his winning thruout the county. turn farmer. in ibis class at the State Fair last fall. Iln.aii. will lit nil iiniliMl.lllte li llil America is the home of that moat He also won the breeding class. Mr. I., iirnio,!.. f,.r wnnmn fir.. Hugh Conn announces his splendid Indiancorn, Milfrage. Ilussu opened the learned wonderful of all food plants. horse and Jack, as well as that of Hub professions to women earlier than any Tho hand which gave thu plant to ert box, who from his pedigree has i nlliir Kuropean nation. For two gen-- America never ment that theie should gold mine in that splendid horse. Wil erations there have been woman teach- be a "food crisis" here. Corn will pro tonilale. We have just gotten out duce four time as much as wheat mt ers ami physicians. acre, and requires orly one tenth of the some nice cards for Ollie Johnson ad Percheron of the vertising his wonderful Not only did the Hermans aweep that need to turn it. and only time from planting until it can be used horse "llrilliaut D." as well as his put of Fraoce they are relinquishing splendid jack. clear of homes, supplies and roads but for food. A woman may take a spade in many cases they swept it clear of and a hoe in May and with a quart uf In some districts seed can plant a back yard full of corn CYCLONE HIT NEW ALBANY its womanhood. women between ! ar.d fill were forced which in twu months will bring ner and Thirty-sevemen, women and chil to go back into the interior of Germany her cluldri n their rousting ears. Our fathers fought their wars with the In dren are known to have lot theii lives, The Miwer of women in Russia ha diiins on a handful of parched corn, but more than UHl were injured, many of increased during the war. In the local we should have more provisions than them fatally, and the city's whole north end was leveled to the ground by the governments the drafting of practically they had. cj clone which struck New Albany at all heads of households for the army o'clock Friday afternoon. Clean up the city left the control largely in woman's Death, ugony and the deatiuction of hands, llusiness men are planning Women also have taken men's homes, factotics and churches and pub How to do it. places in iiidustnes since the beginning he buildings to the extent of more than of war, and have achieved economic It looks to us ai if the ram $1,000,000 lay in the wake of whirlwind independence they never will surrender. Had sort of beat them to it. that took less than live minutes In Hi ... tier-ma- n ,.... I ! 1 one-thir- d Marshall James Pointer, well now known heie, where he formerly lived, Immediate orders will have prompt attention. shot and instantly killed Leonard HopDelay in buying at this time may cause you to kins and then shot his brother, John wait several months. ' Touring Car $:i-hHopkins thiough Coupelet $."3, legs, breaking litinabout , f. o. b. Detroit. one, the ball lodging in the other, the Town Car $.Vj3. Sedan HASKLDKN IlltOS. former Hopkins was shot through the heart and only two shots wrre fired by the officer. Sundav afternoon the two Hopkins bos came to Crab Orchaid and had a few words with Jim Ilogers, A report is current that they borrowed n pistol from John ,.a purpose of , THE BRYNE OPTICAL SERVICE for PAY YOUR PHONE BILL shooting Kogers. ,, Thev became (lis- leen tried and tested by thous-moleAll telephone bills are due and expectorderly .ater and dared the ollicers to m,d9 lcnminatinR Spectacle wear-wa- s ed to be paid, the lirstof every January, Hum At this tune Mr Pointer f and adjoining Counties, April, July, and October. If the collectat his home, but when he heard of ' Bt KcnKarlan to 7,h- - or does not fee vou, please call at the ,"? their action he went tu do his duty. J. It l KNfc. Optician. exchange before the llrst ten days of As he approached them. Leonard Hoi- each quarter and settle for the coming kins tired at him, the bullt knocking quarter The high cost of labor and SQUIRE ISON ANNOUNCES hishattooneside. He returned material forces us to collect promptly. with the above result. Hopkins usedi Ison. who has repre-fro- Therefore dont put oir paying vour ac"jre the pistol ,t is claimed he borrowed' magisterial district of the count. Pune. John Hopkins had a ,u u'r" u,,m" Kastin Telephone Company. drawn knifo in his hands, nut was other 7 n inis .1. K. Cornn. Manager. wise unarmed. The latter was uncoil- - . issue, his card appearing wit h the list .. scious from the shock for more than an ; , . . , """" hour. The Hopkins family was notified , , . LAUNDRY PRICES ADVANCE. of the killing and members of it came should insure, his friends claim, his rein and took the dead man ui.d his It has become absolutely necessary to election. brother home in (irodwin's auto truck. I make advances on u few articles in Pointer is under guard and thf gen laundry and Dry Cleaning. REMARKABLE SALE. eral opinion is that he was justiOn April 1. PJ17. the charge for colfiable. His examining trial is set for We are carrying a full page adver- lars and cutis will be 2 cts, and plaited today. tisement for G. C. Cox, of Manse in and dress shirts 12 cts. Dry Cleaning; this issue and some wonderful bargains Men's coat, pants and vest $1.50, coat are being ollVred, that should draw and pants $1.25, pants 50c, coats 75c. FARMERS OF COUNTY customers from many miles distant. We trust vou will readily recognize Enthusiastic For "Farm Agent" To Be Mr. Cox never advertises anything he the absolute necessity and justness in doesn't back up and you may feel sure these advances, and soliciting a conEmployed In Garrard. of gettjng more than your money's tinuance of vour patronage and worth if you will purcease during this we beg to remain, United States District Farm Agent, sale which only lasts ten days. Youra truly, Head J. T, Collins, addressed an enthusiastic his ad. lt-pL. C. Gullev. Agent. audience at the court house here last Monday in the interest of the farmers of the county and the advisability of employing a Farm Agent, who will devote his entire time with the farmers of Garrard county. No better investment could possibly be made by the taxpayers of Garrard county, than to have the Fiscal Court tu appropriate one half of the salary of such an agent at a cost of $900 a year, the U. S. Gov- ,, , " ' ('"rrd '"e Opera House TO-NIG- HT n 0 passing. r ulty tw t ilOO Meiiii Time ft "Cut the hltfh cost of living" by planting a garden. We can supply you with garden seeds of all kinds: Seed Potatoes. Beans, Peas. Onions all the small garden seeds in bulk or package be homeless were it not for the r vadiug charity that broke down all re strictions of color, position und creed, Without the sign of red tape or ques tions all the homeless and hungry found clothing, warm beds and food in abun dunce. Twenty-seve- n years ago, on Friday, Mutch '.7, Louis lllk and Jcirersonville were swept by it ili.a.lioui cyclone, en tailing the loss of tnoru than 100 lives and li.OOO.UOO worth of property. New- Albany ekcaped untouched. in Cut) homes were destroi ed : and 1,000 persons would be- - ernment pacing the other half. Other counties which have these farm agents employed, are enthusiastic over the work accomplished through these agents and are making wonderful strides toward better farming. A number of the most prominent farmers of the county are becoming interested and petitions are being circulated by them, usking the Fiscal Court to make an appropriation of IflHX) njeiir toward the employment of a farm agent. F.very farmer in the county thould make it a point at once to sign rue of these petitions that it may be brought up before the Fiscal Court when it meets the first Tuesday in Auril. llclow we publUh the petition in full, together with the names uf the men who have them. Numerous farm er3 over tho county are signing them, and you nr asked to call one of these' men and have your name put on tlu list, as the work must be donu before I next Tuesday. The petition follows, To The Fiscal Court of Program for Balance of Week ' EDNA MAY IN SALVATION JOAN Vitagraph in 7 parts. FRIDAY NIGHT "BILLIE BURKE1 VERNON CASTLE -- I .'LAST EPISODE IN "PATRIA" Garrard County. Two of the Best Stars on the Movie Stage BROTHER TINDER" " I I Also Bulk and Package Flower Seeds. All the above freshly packeted. Sturt your Scarlet Suite, Asters und Hnrtly Simp now. Drujloius 1 i5 SELLS PLACE. Hev. F. M. Tinder closed a deal for the sale of his handsome subuiban home yesterday ufternoon, tu Mr S. T, Sanders, of .Madison, possession to he given January 1st, WIS, for $13,500. Theo Currey. I This property contains about 77 acres of kplendid land und the Improvements are all that could be wished for. The plaie was purchased from the J. M. IIlKKinhotham estate a few years ago at a much lower price. Gentlemen;- The uiidertigned residents und Inn- ers of Garrard County hereby petiti you to appropriate from tho Geneiai Fund of the County tho sum of $900.1 annually, to pay one half of the salary of a county Faun Agent to be usid ex clukivelv in Garrard County and under the supervision of the Agricultural Department of the government, and it bourd uf control of farmers to he up. pointed by the Government. Men With Petitions. Woods Walker, Paint Lick. Wm. Denny, Hyattsvllle. Wm. L'rnbry, Lancaster. G. U. Swinebruad. Lancaster. Itoht. J. Wulker. Paint Lick. Ilolman Urown, Lancaster. II. Clay Williams, Uryautsville. SATURDAY NIGHT. Neal Hardin and Lillian West in "FOR THE GOVERNOR'S CHAIR" Selig Drama, 'Only a Rose' The Best Program Ever Shown in Lancaster. 5 and 10 Cents. The Central Record, Thursday, March 29, 1917. GUNNS CHAPEL. Spring Paint Suggestions From MORGAN RAIDER A Stormes Drug Store away-from-hom- 8 Many alluring advertisements 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. Plausablc arguments will be urged to catch the unwary. 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. e, self-styleFly-by-nig- ht Mrs, Josephine Daily is visiting at Valley View. Mr. (ieorgo Ciillcu was at Nlcliolnsvlllc on business .Monday, Miss Zulu Calico spent the week-end- ! with Richmond friends. Mrs, Louis MrCtillev nnd children are recovering from ineBslcs. Mr. Vesta Price is here the guest of his sister Mrs. Hunter Davis, Miss Sallic Lou N'nlor of Ml. Hebron Is here the guest of relatives, Miss Mae Dnllcy was ill last week suffering from heart disease. Tankage. tW per cent ptntein, for growing hogs. Hudson, Hughes I'm roil il. The infant of Mr. nnd Mr. Carl Mob-erlis in a critical condition with measles. .Mr. nml Mrs. Ilinms liinl of Marks-bur- y with Mr. and spent the week-enMrs. Frank l.uml. Mrs. Sallio Ann Hiirton has returned from a visit to tier daughter, Mrs. Can May in Cincinnati. Regular services will be conducted a' the Methodist church hero Saturd.iv evening and jui.day. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico wen-guest- s of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Calico tt TELLS STORY Capl, Lucus, Frankfort, Feci Fit as In Gid Days, MORGAN'S 'OLD HLT.SE THIEF' dI Morgan's l!a ders. love.l by evey mm ipd i in in t e ?outli. ar.d fea ed t'iroi., n it t of 'fit. are t II North in the remembered b the il.iring rm'- m Ninth Th. to the very he irt o fearless men leil by John .Morgan stoppcsl at nothing, nnd time after time they slipped past the Union lines and bark again bringing with them thousnnds of dollars worth of plunder. Thei-men, often riding day and night for weeks at a time, sparing nothing to md the cause of Dixie, fl v - For YountJ Men nnd Men Who Stay Yountf I'vrry yniinri iiiini likr tn Sdclfly lllllki' ("(Knl llllpreim Unitiil Clotliias will put lli I. null-ini- J II lotii'h tut your fllnrLs 1 lie iTii of inllilary cut of wuuc tlmt f our new Spring inwlt'ls i'oiincv.s an .nr eotirtu Contf ami nun like t'o thiw l Teatrrsville Thursday. Mound City Horse Shoe ready mixed pn.nt n the finest mid I!i"t for (ualitv . ?).!--f- t nVkUV' WHAT PAINT? fS Heauty ami Durabil- - .... r finish when properly npplicil. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Daily and daughter were the guests of .Mr. ami Mrs. John Land ami Miss Ij'ima Holland Suml..;. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson arJ family ami Mi's. 'rov Davis spent Sun day with Mr. ai.'..Clrs. Hunter Dans The announcement of the birth of a son. Lewis Walker, to Mr. an' Mrs Carl May of Cincinnati has been received here" Mr. Walter Locker is Buffering fr m a bullet wound m the hand which i new cliillics nml keep nheail Untlrtu Srsno tflathri "if) c v$25.00 and Up. Co. .. . Pcirls . Sc . I "i "i p Mndrcn 'ratd, H Absolutely purr. sustained in trying toromovencartrid. from a revolver one day last weiK. MATTHEWS. U CAPT MACON ' Dtmvillc,.;. ;!LMitticlv c The i.cst known paint I'HESCItlPTION is tin eld one simply I'L'KE WHITE LEAD mie.l with l'L'HK LINSEED Oil. ami the necessary color. We have only the Standard oil anil the Standard lend. No risk in Its ue and result sure. ENAMELS - brilliant white enamel paint for Hath an J Bed Rooms. Dries perfectly hard and can Never turns yelbe washed. low and is always clean and inviting. v ROOF PAINT. I- natural, red and green. Not airected by heat Fire and water and cold. Makes u metal toof proof. last Ion);. -i- n (Jiaphite, Hlue (Irass Mixed paints are made hy pratlcnl workmen of over !!l years experience in the most modern way, anil are best suited to give good results ip Tone, Ilodv and Covering capacity. SUNSHINE VARNISH FINISHES Made of test waxy finish. "I'ut 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. 0 LUCAS. i lie famous .'it- - " Thev name or "More, in On last Thursday afternoon at four cave tli llowcr of the r youth ami o'clock, the death angel visited the strength to the rai. e di ar to the South, and thos of them that are home of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Matthews. left are ti'l ,r ".hend and '"V- ! Bnd claimed their little four- - ear-olin the South ami honunsl in tl.e son. J. K. Matthews, who had been ill North. of measles and throat trouble. Captain Lucas Popular. He was a bright and interesting litAmong thefe is Captain Masen It tle fellow.'and his little playmates will Lucas, who is known trroUffHo it sadly miss him. Besides his parents, Franklin County as "I'nrle Mare." three sisters and live brothers survive Ho is now finishing his frrond term as County Jailor, and thrre is no more him. and the sympathy of the communwldily known or popular ritiirn in ity is extended them. He was laid to all Frankfort or Franklin County. rest in the Scott Fork burying ground. During the war, he w.is Morgan's right-han- d "Only a few short davs ago !nvn man. and his fri-nto call him "Morgan's I'd llor-So full of life and love. iom-manwa- - j.'uv.'y Thief" as h Taken from them who loved him so. of foraging parties when thev For a home in heaven above. had got past the Union lines ar.d wer of heaven opened The portals in Northern territory To admit another little soul. "L'nclo Mare" is now T.t years o'd Another beautiful life has ended and not long ago he felt that he It now has reached its goal. into the class of old men. Why weep o'er those who have gone-T- o Hut he feels fine again now and s,i he believes ho can straddle his horse a fairer world than this. from the gmund nnd make as hard Neither sorrow nor pain doth roam n ride as ho could in the das of 'fit In the Elysian field ot bliss. In telling the tory of how he got Oh grieve no more loved onea back his health, he said: "Some time ago, my stomal h went That your darling is no more. back on me, and I felt heavv and He is with his Savior logy after eating. I got so I ton'dn't On the bright Eternal shore. sleep well at night and beiran tn get earned for IE WORK Let Me Fif,urcuWith You On Your & Foundations, Pavements,' Gutters, Silos,.Ketiiinlni Walls, etc. SATISFACTIHN (il AHAN'l I I W I lilt K I I AM NAI 1 1 ?. u 0 f-- J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. LANCASTER, Ky. . ..ex- - e- j '0'0'0 c c e o e c cc c3ai Nunnall) s 7 , mm Icf Cream Tailor. VARNISHES For inside and outside work. For tloors, furniture and mantels. Seat vamisn that wont stick. Flet varnish for a soft Promise cf Bright Future. "Mi n !" evlniiiied Mr. Dings. "The baby Is chewing on your pocket edition if Lpleletlls." "Indeed." replied Professor I Hugs ultli a proud nud happy look. "Let the child nloiie. It Is vliloni that ti mere Infant xlmws Midi a pronounced insie for th i lassies." lilriiiliiglmm v ld. VARNISH STAIN AMERICA'S ACREAGE In oak. mahogany, cherry and walnut for home use. Works wonders for the housewife. Produces an interior finish for every requirement. Cun bo successfully applied by any one, on doors and furniture. -- I for paint, varnish, roof and white wash from five cents up. utomobile, Crrnago and Huggy Paint. Also TOP dressing, Kasily mid quickly applied with tine results. Outside fAVStf-- ill BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS Porch Floor Paint ready for ue on ivrclies and steps. "e Kalln two coatj. covers :m wiuare feet with Creolite ilnside Hour ami BLUE RIBBON FAMILY PAINT the tirf.rt mm stair paint. Dries whi'e you sleep with a hard elastic surface, general house bold U9o on win (lows, chairs bene h e s, swings Bcreen and Mower pots, BARN AND ROOF PAINT a in'paete form for roofs, barns, implements and out; buildings. Thiirgallon for gallon with pure linseed oil. A satisfactory and'economical paint. "If America goes to war." says the lloston Transcript, "it will have no time to bother with n 'fooil crisis.' And in truth, theie is no more occasion for a food crisis, or a food scarcity, in the United States of America, in peace or Tanlac is being introduced in Lanwar, than there Is for an oxygen (amino caster at It. K. Mcltoberts. on the summit of Mount Washington. Tunlac may be obtained in thenearby In one year, this country could, if it would, produce enough food to feed all cities. Palit Lick. .1. N. Metcalf; Pecker - Milliard; Little We are the world, including China. nmazed, nowadays, at the way in which Hickinan, Collier and llrunor; llerea, (icrmiuiy has stood the testof an almost H. K. Welch; Stanford. Penny'a Drug complete dependence on her own re- ...... ii... .... n... ...., u .,,ri"",ri' Junction City, lieynolds and ...... nuuikin in nni. ,..,v .i iiiv Kvnns; Itichmond. II. L. Perry & Son; . ii I America realize that the ITI OIIUIII i V r Crab Orchard, l.yne Pros ; llurgiii, (i. land devoted to the United States-t- he T. School field: Danville. John S. Wells, the maize crop alone now, or the urea Lancaster. It. K, Mcltoberts. nnd W. C which might be devoted tu it without tAdv) West. .Silver ( reek. taking ins acre of ground away from any other food grain or from tho needed pastures is target than the whole extent of (iermany? "Our wheat field is larger limn You to tfut our free catuloM on Our pastures are greater than the area of (Jermaiiy, Austria and Franco together. And not moru than the land which might bo devoted to the raising of food is cultivated for food. Cotton, Tobacco, wecancut tlicmdown; corn wo must have. Hut if we are hard pressed now in certain lines of food Dahsupplies, it is actually and truly because uf abundance of resources, because our capabilities are so great, so boundless, Uvcrytliinii for Orchard. Lnwji nnd that no one has ever considered that Garden. they would not be adequate to every Cntolojlue. No Ajjts e huvt had so great a Writo for free emergency. wo have not stopped to that & Sons. plant It. We have not considered our food-oour money, and the chance Lexington, Kentucky. 1916 1841. to make It. little ncrrvous. My appetite didn't what it Uffil to be either. to ever get hungry. I gnt worried and dee'ded to t'v Tanlac Sleeps Lite a Uiby. "Well nr. nfter tskng two bottles I of Tanlac, my appetite is splendid. sleep like a baby, and feel stronger feel than I have for yeirs. In Pict so good that I don't believe anyone ran outdistance me for the tion in tho coming Democratic primary. "Tanlac has done me so mjch good that I felt like I wanltd tn help so"ru ono else, anil so I liouglit a home of Tanlac for an old v. ar comrade of mine. Tanlac helped mo and I tim glad tn tell others about it." 1 1 inl Candies. -- mm mrm rm r 7 m Solicits y mir luiness nt ami will mtc Fresli ironiiily Vegetables and Fruits always on hand Prompt delivery iinywhere in the city. Meal Sened Hour Telephone Any t.. i W. Ot KING, -- No 202. . Proprietor. ,T"rt?f'miiTT7H Ung-lun- anted Draw li Check one-ha- Fruitand ShadoTraes Shrubs. GraDe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaragus, Roses, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. for the iniintty you ov u nud note how mucli more res- i pectfully your creditors you. Tlioy like to do nl 'sA'1 Ijiiiiinusa willi u inun 1ms mi necount Bank & who tit tho Garrard Trust Go. V food-fiel- H.F.IIillcnmeycr They know ho is doing business In a busireta like way. open such an account even if your affairs aro not large. will grow all right. lletter They nly The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday, March 29, 1917. The Most Sensational and Remarkable 2 WAIT! WATCH!1 V Here's a Stupendous Opportunity that comes but once in Lifetime. When cents count as Dollars tain Starts ! ATU No Postponement. Sale, Even 1 STOP! LOOk! LISTEN! G.C.Cox Store,Manse,Ky Now offer you his entire $15,000 stock of seasonable merchandise at prices that will pull the people from all four corners of this and adjoining counties. Greatest bargain event since the civil war. AY , 7 READ! 1 E Mr? Free Free MUSH 31sx, at 3 a, in. Bain or Shine. Step Lively. Get Busy and Attend This Sale Begins March 31. The first ten Ladied to spend $1.00 or more after the doors arc opened, 8 a. m. FREE FREE Watch this Sale, an event beyond the dreams of Avarice. The first ten men to spend $1 or more lifter the doors are opened at 8 a. m. A SALE OF ALL SALES and look alike to the V.ii hear the hc.it of the Bargain Drums sn incessantlv that all sales average shopper hut (i ' COX CXIl REALIZATION SALE WILL PROVE PUBLIC FAITH to every man. woman ami rhild in Currant Countv. containing a it dues me ritorous bargains that's well wort It everyone's while Emptying boxes, racks tables, shelves, counter and cases forniiek decisive clearance. Here is the ale that the people of Carranl and Madison conntiis ha e ecu waiting for lb- - sale jou had in were clamoring for vour attention mind when a lot of other merchandise at legitimately reduced prices comprising every article in the house A site of You II learn if you have n t already discovered, that when C. (' Cox offer a Special Sale it means something to vou 'lho good cpialitv and i artful servii e vou j;ct here ale important to you. This is an opportunity that you don't often have the chance to attend, so you'd better take advantage (f it while you have the chnnce Fortune knocks at every mni.'s dtor suuetime in life; it is kr.tiking r.t jours. Let kin. Friends listen, don't remain at home and miss this opportunity. You need the goods and we will sell them regardless of cost or value List of bargains below will convince you that we mean exactly what we say. high-grade SATURDAY MARCH 31 each will be given a fine dress het free. Be on hand promptly at 8 o'clock and be the first to spend $1. SATURDAY MARCH 31 each will be given a nice dress free. Be on hand promptly at 8 o'clock and be the first to spend $1.00. Come prepared to get great bargains ide Sale. Bargains Galore-Bona-F- Highest market price will be paid for produce and taken just the same as Cash in this sale. Embroideries All I." and 2.'. ent Embroideries ami If) cent All 12 Embroideries EXTRAORDINARY SLAUGHTER OF HIGH-GRAD- MODERN MERCHANDISE market, regardless women thrown of merchandise for $ J,UUU nmj jrrojpeC(ive of former men. or value.nnd children knows noon the Our stock consists of pl flfin VrI law. Necessity cost the highest grade merchandise standard gocds only, comprising ct mplete huts ( f clothing for men, boys garments for ladies and children; men's, ladies' and children's shoes and children; dry goods, s store The task lefcre us hats. caps, and a full line of groceries; in fact all articles found in a disposal of this mammoth stock means the utter ready-to-welirst-chu- It is impossible to describe here all the many hundreds of different articles contained in the store, hut the articles given below give you an exact and thruthful guide to the enorDon't miss this Barmous saving possible. gain Picnic. Don't stay away. Ginghams Misses and Childrens Dresses. Mens Shirts Mens line dress shirts 75c values 51 2o values . Mens Underwear Boys Straw Hats 35c values 30 nnd 75 1 A lie ...9c lllc apron Ciugluiins 1(1 and 12 Cinghams 8c O 1 l-- SI. DO l..")t) value1 c Dress U Op values . 78c $1.18 49c 7;"e Summer Union Suits Suits58C Qr JS--' values . 43c 98c 1 Q.- -, ..98c 10c 70 U 51 25 Union 98C si 'ri and St Ha values tLadies and Misses Hats Ladies and Misses Sun hatsC in this .lie -- Ladies Gauze Vests l.Vcut values, sale price- Ladies Handkerchiefs Domestic ard wide, domestic. 1.J Towels Large towels, 20c values 1 Q 1 JV- -' in this sale, per pair Oil Cloth Hot double coated Oil Cloth. 25c value 50c Blue enamel dish (! 9c QQp Ladies hemstitched hand- - C kcrrluefs. in this ale, 2 for-'- v-' e value, sale price iov-- ' Mens and Boys Hats Mens and Boys tine ,lf'!sQQp hats v Mens Work Shirts Mens blue work shirts fillr value, sale price Overalls alls regular Mens i.nion made Over- 51 2.") Mens Gum Boots lines up io 2. values QQp 53 50 and 5 100 valucsdJO Hall llrand sale price Yard w ide Linoleum ...48c ot Kiiiimel stew kettle 29c Mens Clothing One lot nuns odd coats values up to $0. Sale price sale price Men s line dress pants, value up to Men's fine dre-- s suits in -- erges. plaids. 512 Ho f 15 valuts. $3.73 ..$1.98 $8.98 - Shoes Shoes We handle the fainou- - IVter i.imoml Brand Shoes for Ladies ami Children. Selz Royal lllue Mcti Dress Shoes and Weyenbergs Every pair made of Solid Leather and sold with a work shoes guarantee. Our stock is coinpleie .tnd was bought before the advance in price. We are going to -- ell shoes during this side, far what they can be bought from the manufacturer today. SII Boys Clothing Boy's nice dress ami school suits 51. values, tide price Boy's tine dress suits values up to 50. sale price Boy's new stylish suits serges and plaids 58. values.... .. $2.98 ...$3.98 . $5.18 5100 Childrcns Rain Coats $2,110 Ladies Cloaks One lot ladies rain coats and heavy clonks valuts up to your choice during this sale only 2.Uo. Kam ( apes ... ? SI. lit) is. $" Ram Coals 51 'AS Amazing Grocery Bargains. Tomatoes per can 1 lc 25c can table peaches 18c 7 pkg Arm G Hammersoda 25c 3 pkgniacaroui 25c 8 bars clean easy soap 25c ( lbs 20c coiTee? 1.00 Corn per can 11c 25c plcg poultry remedy 19c sugar $1.00 12 lbs best granulated Hoys Slippers 5250 and & 1 CO vpl.UO 00 values 52.75 guaranteed lnttton shoes 1 V1,-'- u One lot of Ladie.-- . Slippers Stile price Ladie- - While values up to S3.00 '0 $1.98 .$1.49 SPECIAL Throe Brown Manley riding; cultivators Two Avery Turning plows $9.50. $ 0.50 3 Hoosier one horse corn drills $S 75 1 Sale price $22.50 Canvas Slippers alue Sale price the prompt-n- e share in the profits in this Dig Sale depends upon the extent of your family's needs, and go to THIS SALE IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO make good bargains t ha will of other s vhVwhlch you respond to our urgent invitation to come and inspect these values. We have many thousand and closes Wednesday night, April Uth. sharp the mightiest Big Sale ever held In this vicinity. Ten days, starting Saturday, March 31st at 8 a.m. YOUour Remember the Opening date, Saturday, March 31st at 8 a. m. sharp and lasts 10 days only. &.C.C0S MANSE E7. Remember this sale positively closes Wednesday night, April 1 1 Come early-st- ay late. The Central Record, Thursday. Match 29, 1917. A Page Fnr Men m II II f E c z e m a II TV Prescription for IkiuUI for II rlritertl - lirt Soap Ililktllillwiitiirlritniliilljltfk. I?M HilM-- t III inn tlir tiiHtiril bin troualw nanlrilrrtiiilli inWnnf rrllrf front Hh. of iuniC lit it I k U lMy butt K. I'. McKOHKRTS. I.siiicnster, Ky Prominent English Statesmen Want Woman Suffrage 3 , c . ; ? : . vu i i f, vi rro t;io xte For England WILL ENGLAND ENFRANCHISE HER WOMEN BEFORE AMERICA I St ..es the moisture and crvcl.s the vr ! .is fr ij - r. - ci v ho' r- Keep out th.-- m.,...z'Tc i:U weu-.il'.:.-.n;Ooy Whitis-1-.n- .i ilnt nude of Dut ih pure lirr. - d l: That v.n.l ilote.it 1jc;; o t. It will u.M fresh !n ivrruin t!- - r;' !' v: DOES? mi uul11 ZBllfsfc 1J" J Jir I flOCIlIX U.OTtr ADMISSION FROM AN EXANTI .VIIY PREMIER GEORGE is tor suffrage! In Aiquith Denies Women's Claim to Governmental Recognition. No Longer Nj,on Nftdt Woman's E.perience Management of Its Affairs. C. C & J K. Stcrine.-- FARMERS. This is the season of the year to give your Milk Cows and Work Horses WHY HE IS FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE. PRESIDENT WILSON SAYS WOMAN SUFFRAGE LIFE ITSELF. IS A INTERNATIONAL OF I J STOCK FOOD. QUESTION "Its growth has gone- - on not because women are discontented. It Is because women have seen the vision of duty. And that Is something which we not only can't retist. tut if we be true Americans, we do net Wn.it we nave to rea'ixe in dealing wuh a force of this wish to resict. sort Is that we are deal, tig w .1 . nujstion of life itself" j j It's The Best I MoRoberts Drug Store hi"'' ' Collections Bills and Claims of all classes are collected by our System everywhere. We iiuike nhfolutely no charge unk't-s'tlipaid to you or us-- . e 1 P money is actually In iiinin's terrible light tor suffrage In Hnalaiid. between tin- - ran as Just nnn ISIO and t 'J 3. there Thut n force thai iiliatnl tlietii lll i)f tlio thf fori'i' lin.irniitn In thi thin I'r.mv MlnlsliT. Mr Axiulth. a riinirtil. tho Calil-nu- t I'arlMmi-n iiintrrtiil. the iihii1i crn Mr AMpilth v.n nut con iintrrti'il uTti-i- l Acaln atul aK.iln hi- - fill luck jn thr urRiimrnt of thi1 balliit ami riHilil tUii-i- h 11 i hn liulli'l In iliplr ttmntrY't (iiiih l th- - frun var tlm uiil.l hop to ln lh rMltMR hUp uttiltT hl Tti"i 11.l mm. Mr AtnMh axulH. .ir 1" iirotlns; hi lalm to rrath' fall iirmlnl ilii'liilinilit "It i trui" najr tliit iunrr! ' fiat 1. f lahnnt f5ht In th- - nn ' of xeluc out with rirtr. I'll iiiiiiTi ml to Mr Hi but t'if Mi; niir 111 tlirv ari ildinE tin 'Un fai inrli Airk ilih thi-- iMn who art- - fitlr Mi llii' i.nl to I'll" r tlii' an Hi" .Mant" of Ilif State nrut tl'i' 'ui-aiilci- l n In tlif niol cffntno iji pro4.i utinn of th war -a av. ami th min inoro thr '1 ftia a npiNlal alipal to mi wlili v.r .n Whin thf war mini-- , tn on ni l ami lu-- thr-- f alniorma' an to a larct f tiait traiMicnt oniltfi.iti to Iih anl v. in i'ir prm of tiiiluotrlil on'ru. ti.m tip it on foot !iaw tit t 1 t tm Aomrn 1 "petal latin i ln I. carl ' on tlio niani ijin4tl nt 'lr! r i . illrprtli afli-- i tine itirir lnti'ri',11 ttu-11 ta x ami io-lt- l tiiianlne .'or I Jliplari'nii'iit of Ulio- annot Ilouip '.! .1 11 'hat anl think thi' I av nuili frank cannot l.loil t.ntrci' has itpri"v lilni.i-'.- f a uniiiallllrillv In f.nur of om for wninrii In t'n' f iUnwIns a oril atl' "I hmi loiiK lo'i'ti a co'ivln-rituriiln of woman mil! rim ami am now It In upporlmit It firmer than in.l ilrlr-alilvoin to nin .1 inpNuriim of Iho a etten' Inn of thi- - funrtlmm of w hlrh thr luat ri'hliirv ami a !u'f lia n . if." No franrhltw hill In ttin forward .Kiilii l" liroiislit iv rer nwian ti rnonlry wlthoit rllnit ihr proMi'iii of whrfher ou an- - fo.'.t i"H 'tiilf imiri" than half tin' r' rr Wotnrn hati' of lhr :.n I r prr'i nr.v 1 llil ! r 'ti, 1 rrn '1 tu ilrf hal r,lil. fi HBV'iA I3w ilrnv that rlaitn ' PHEMIEH LLOYD CEORuE Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to in estimate our proposition ii 11 (!) i inerre and Industry and priir. - lun.ll artlWtt and pill., I'lnp.ui uii'ii and theie ni'ier was .1 time when the na etprrlrure affairs Ion stood more In need nf t'., special and vmpathy of Instinct Minian'10,1 In the management ot Its The Sanders Mercantile Agency Coy S, Sunder, Manager. Ollice 1st tlnor Hradley IIIiIk. West side Lexington t. WAR ITSELF HAS EXPLOOED WAR ARGUMENT AGAINST SUFrRAGE. (i) Greatest of English Convert. l'hone 2- Editors War 1- T'ie rnuierf,n Hie to WOMAN SUFFRAGE which e.ir if 11 I iru"if furies in (Jreit llrll-and owner of the London Times, Is t i.i in of l.orl N'ori'ullffe leader moi notah'e un. in suffraga In many a COMING THIRD ANNUAL AUTOMOBILE SHOIW 3 f SOUTHERN SUFFRAGISTS SCORE FIGURES T SEES EARLY SUFFRAGE VICTORY LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 3 SHELBOiURNE'S HAIL SOUTH BROADWAY EXHIBIT t It looks aii If Tfiinosseo would ba tho first Southern State to get Into tha suffraKe column Its bill for presidential pasee'l the nuTr.ifii House n( IteprHieiitatlvei in January. Ilut tho whole South Is well to tho fore in the race to enfranchise women. I1I1U tor presidential oiiflrapo. mil-elle- i uflsr the UltnuU equal s'jfl'ruKu utatute, will be Introduced In the legislatures ot twelve southern state, la their fight for the sutrragu Southern women hae brouKht forvard flKiirai with regard Homo to southern population. Kur Instance: In (our southern etatu. Texas, Virginia and Kentucky, the number of white women exceed tha In Alawhole eoloted population. bama, Arkansas. Ucorgla, North Carolina and Louisiana, woman suffrage would tremendously Increase the preponderance ot white rotes; In .Mississippi and South Carolina, where the colored population exceeds the white, equal suffrage would double' the educated electorate. Contrary to lmprelon, the Increase of white population I more rapid than tha Incroase of colored population. The official estimates ot population for 1916, published by the Ilureau ot the Census, show that the white population In twelve southern states lu Increased 10.S per cent. In the lut nevaa years, while the negro population has Increased oaif S.I per cst. President Jacob Gould Schurman, University, views the Cornell struggle for woman suffrage In the Kasterti slate, as "d battle already won." Dr. Schurman says: "The women ot the Kast will not be content to remain permanently dis franchised while their sisters In the nulfragu states ot tho West have It in their power to elect the president and member of Congress, anil to khane the policies ot the Government ot tho do not mean that L'n ted State. the old arguments in favor of woman lulfrage have lost any of their force. I recognize their validity today as I have accepted them for many ypars pant. Ilut tho recent national election has brought out In a morn striking way than ever before the practical rlrrmniiJiira that tlm N'atlon cannot remain permanently illtlded, with of Its women enfranchised and the other half disfranchised, Tho recent national eliTtlon ha given this circumstance a unlquu and Impressive ot woman setting. Ami the suftrage has gained such n tremendI am enous that untirely incorrect In my forecast tha suffrage will b granted to women In ,tii-- . II if n rniou lu the h" went fw years." of I 1 ono-l-.a- lt inoiii-nliini HALF MILLION DOLLAR OF .3) HIGH CLASS PLEASURE AND COMMERCIAL '"CARS 0 3 MARCH, 28-29-30- -31 The only thing ol its kind in The Blue Grass Superb Decorations. Two Concerts Daily, '0: mi :nd Mail, a- - well a other KmtlUlt (inblliatlon Mis liilluem e through It 'in nianv roliimns he control III- - opposliion was by ni rmous cnu lderi'd 'f more importune mar an that of Premier Aniuith HEHBCRT ASQUITM he nvs that the oil argument against glvln women itie ote was KNOWS. WHAT EVERY WOWA war times, 0 . unns ,1'aiui tliit they were neles in n l tl," ' thnt Hie war but they have ulio-v' 11 As doing Is an That o' couldn't b" curried on without them. wnman'-- - wink When the nuu urn lato coining BIOLOGICALLY SPEAKING. liome from market alui does the chores. "It may bo that woman' effort to When they are busy with th hay 'secure the franchli-I but the surhe milk the com a. face indication of a great blnlngla 1 U needed with movement. When an extra bin Perhaps the present the llanos! she helps In the field. feminist .1 k It 11 1 lint will bring a cliangn When the men are In the trenches, In human destiny When wo consider .lie maki" (h shllB. runs tho tro- that woman was evolved tn prenrrte, lley, handles tho baggage, and drive tn perpetuate, the species: that In tho tha taxi. of that evolution, shn develop-- ' coiiri-i'd trait trait whlili are the logical Tho Sultan of i:gpt Is reported to result of her care fur her children -ham declared: "One of the greatest It wouM wem that (hern must now rnsulti, of the war tn tint Orient will also be evolved within her. a great of fundamental ho the rompli I" eiiiiimlpiltlnn reaction against tht women. Woman should be Riven tho harhiii of man This harshness, opportunity of developing an I educat- this pugnacity, this greed for killing In the hlghent possible was put Into man through evolution, ing herself degree." and It cannot bo mitigated sava through further ewilutloti Perhaps ono u Convention of the Influence In this further evoluAt held recently nt Qiien tarn, a pro- tion will be woman' natural reaction posal to enfranchise tho professional against needless violence" (tioorge W Crlle. In "A McUianMlo. and business women of Mexico was favorably entertained. Vluw ot War and Peace.") Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F- " All Occasions. n,i'i in almost tha n at tlm last ' tha men 1 CURES I Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck. Roup, Canker.. 5,,:Vu;s.,ri7r uiarrnoea and ail Diseases or Poultry Mu4Kati 0iMit,lUAJiiawKr.cMri t Ut umJ HkIm f4 ffiuJiIuAliitlitUi lciMktpt?BJIiiiitvk.l('iovt(il. fnstsy D(i, 411-44 R Notice! Poultry Unisurs 4-11-44 IW'ltlTV 13 or . All Orders Herein' Prompt Attention iU an! niM per Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. .ri)LiJilhtrf.qt.JfetinlhrKLkiauadr, liuti bnlpvcltti t ! wJ.M Qi Cc:rdc:tcJ ty J. iiobu Crane, Earditown, Ky, Krlce SOc at stl DruUtt, iOLU uv . R. U. McROBKRl-SLancaster, Ky. I The Central Record, Thursday, March 29, 1917. Houghton Buggies Mrs. Itoliort Duncan who lias beenlwai done to property. on the sick lint for the pnit ten days la The array of Sprint? Millinerv at both As the rest nf us know that THERE IS iinnrnv nir. . " Mrs. t'atKi nml tlie New Millinery, on1.. Mesnrii Harry I'rancis mid D. V. Saturday, would have done credit tn1 V NO KTKENOTII. mi upbuilding nf the trip to LmIiij?. much larRer establhinents. biiiI iUite, bmh. IXl'hl'T IN DIUESTED FOOD. White made a bm.in.-' Drugs hnve their uses, hut they will a number of ladii" I'mi other nearhv Ollice at Itainey Mrs. Jack IMVis wai in uinenmer n make the tlisue needed tu light dis-e- n the illsplay. motore.i over to Lancaster. Kriday for the funeral of beraiint. Mi". m I In lake the place of the IkmIv's 'iM.Y FOOD WW A. DO THE DOCTOR KNOWS .... 'Or. Wm. D. Pryor, e ten nary bUTgeOn and Dentist. i -- I.ivery Stable. . Kentucky 1 AI ut. "In The Loiifi Run The Cheapest" Wliy pay $"! for n ilini uill lieu Meek" in It rusts nn $H7..ri(l a year, (Jives dissatisfactwo tion ami makes yon the laughing .stock of the neighlior-hoo- d liny a HOUGHTON for 51.10. or less thai will last eight years Yon can (lien .m'II it for fall, making, the yearly com 512.10, or just onthinl of whnt a elieap liii(J-li- y It jjives yon a lot of satisfaction ami makes yon costs the eny of your tieiglihors. Under ilute nf .1 l.mifir.v .r I 'J IV. I Infill Bros., of Pleasure illc. Ky.. wrote. "We imrchaied Houghton HugkTy to it iHirtl fur K iirn ago, years hihI hiIiI it t a rural earner for $fif. Hi-pw it n a mile mute hihI tli- - writer it few days iiki. The top IS, serviceable, us goal The originew the IxnW is in M'rfrft condition. nal boxings lire being ll"ed hut, )f courts. t worn some. luiy nil t y HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster. 2L 1C Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. (Illice I'lmne 18 Residence Phone :i;t on. Thii M the miem oi ,.ir. ami .mm. mm i.-i-- imitation. of ' Tlitirl;n iiU'ht. , 3fiiuny hi me innnuiHi lore hi i.mhi. ' . .,ATl,MHr Mnm, Mr. mid Mm. Trunk ifuit are rtj.no Am no , , , Phone 391-' - Hl...utiiIMi,ltOVKVt)UKUKiH8-Tl" imt over the arrival of mi on Mai eh ,aniiKiilln mi rloanim. than mrefui HMIi, christened Ogle p, MlAltt'KN YOt'K Sin. Ilou.ewife mI BUCKEYE, KY. Mrs. W. II. Dei. too of lxlnitt'di, She ii dally kowiih' m'ire etiutli.Ui It. lh Hi. thing me equally impor-tni- ., was the gueat of her n'tei, Mr. II. I,. about the foxlituiri oho buy, ami die makes it her important duty to learn. I nulling would be f .it'Hit life Wallace the ki1 wee! . Mr. Oienr llammacK m1 family were if possible, the various method of Wltl i. lit tin' nt! "T. What, fur Hxaniple, would b the lire KUrst of Mr. and Mri John Anderon mnnuf ai'ture practiced liij the factories . of evervthint; fhe buys. lit I'olnt l.eavell fiuiday. if ii splcninil iliiimitiiiii nnls-s- i n l'RA Fine Cut Flowers. The food article that cannat convince ISO I ORaml ENJOYMKNTOF FOOD The Foreign MNslotmrv servicei at with Haptiit church on Suml.iy mornlni! her that its methods of product Ion are j the wtnt M. ab'olutely above reproach can find no; What a ilnr'cir prescribes for of were Interestini; and initrilctive Its manufacturer appetite ami inpa.risl digestion depends Mines Maude nml I.ennie I.tdford ' pbic' In her home. ua.i ion lorevei ine carenu woman an on circumstances ' I Helen Wyntt and VerlieTuttle of Ilerea I a customer. IYrlir.ii jnii haw heard of the Natio- - were quests of Mrs. W. J. Cornu. She hai read so much about sanita-- j mil Dispenatnry. among physicians inul Mill I'otly llrown and Mr. Frank tion and the pure food reflation that druggists tliH Dispensatory In n fort of llrown of Lancaster were Denti-st- . s of she has at last awakened to its full im-- : profesional gospel, for it contains a lint Mrs. It. A. Kalatou for the week-end- . liurtance. of the substance", vegetable, hiiIIiihI She cannot be too cauliom in her inLick, Kentucky Mr. It. (.. Woods returned Monday unil mineral. recognized in the medical vestigation of such food products iii from 1) mville where he has been rpractice In this country. cai.ned kooiI", llakiui; l'owder, etc. ceivinj; A desctiption of .bcIi (ulwitar.ee ii ilnvs. medical httention for leveral I). V. There i.1 one Hakini; l'owder inanu-!- ( given, with mi account of it medical j Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Tw!d. Mr. and facturcr, for instance, whose factory iprupertici Every- ingredient used in the ttnua nii; ramn.n nur uirn ... .11 i.ir- - r manufacture of AEI.O, the Miracle irs. iuiam i ayior ami .irs. t.. r. fuI liou'ewifo. Medicine, is litril in the National Dis-- I Stone of Iticlunondwere mies'.i of Mrs. If you could visit this plant, the larg Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary V.. E. White Sunday. pnatory est and mint mnitary in the woild. Col. Henry I,. Wallace. of WallingColIeUc There ii not ONESINOI.EINCRED-- . where Calumet llaking l'owder 11 made, I EST ui.mI in ARI.O that is mit noted ford Conn, was the gueit of his friend. you would be amazed at the wonderlul DANVILLE, KENTUCKY inul fully Hescrib-in the Dispensatory. I.Mr. II I.. Wallace and Mrs. Wallace. cleanliness of everything and every I the liineuae is ruthiT more Monday and Tuemlay. Surnrliinei employee. ' al lu- anil arientilii than pljmn The UtrlLrly Communion somen In this, the world's most modern onli-.na- r will be held at O.d I'afnt Lick Sunday j Baking l'owder plant, every movement jr.'iti'il people arn uiil to in th. .r with prepirntnry ta'k, hut mtv often tin- 9implr.it morning, ervicei j m Calumet's manufacture ii done by iof Kneluli ii rtnplnil uml anyho.!y Saturday morning al 10:30 FUNERAL DIRECTOR No human hand spotless machinery. wliorcailinewiipaiifri can rap it withCultivated Hemp Seed for sale to 'ever touches the Il.iking l'owder and it Ollice Over National Hank. out the nmalU-n- t Irouhle. hu. llumn at the reaches vou absolutely pure. farmers at in.INI ;l!esidence t'hone 3. Ollice I'hnnc 27 AI1I.O n ol.l vxrluiivrlv i'i I.ancai-te- r market price. LANCASTEI!. KY by Stiirinei Unlit Store. Hudson. Hughes k Farnau. KELLY TOBACCO SEED. Dr. and Mrs. lturdette I!:imey, who spent the winter with their daughter.! Iteware of Imitations. Other seed is I 'A I N'T LICK Mr. J. N. Hollow ay in Chattanooga. u,.,ng sold under their names. The II. Itatnsey. are with Mr. and Mrs. (genuine improved "Standing Up ' Bur-- j limn to Mr. aiul Mrs, James Kal-ti- m Tobacc Seed raised by 1!. L. Kelly The Fidelis girls of the H'Jptist Sun-le- y a cirl. on th iti day School netted $Ji50 at their "sand- - and Sons, can be procured only from Kiu.rv ilrem k'iiii;haniii conitunlly wich supper' on Saturday evening. It the raiser and is not genuine unless put for Men anil Boys. Best by test. nt K. II. Leilforil's. Every pair guaranteed. 1h needless to say the affair was a sue- - min packages bearing a of Mn.51'1 Kthcl ami Orn Kitridire wt-r- e Application is now j their signature. cess socially as well as linancially. S ituriluy. veiturs in llcrea Mm Mniv Lear will have a candy Peiulintt m the U. S. Patent Ollice fori Mm. (iuy Itice and Mrs. Mul Icons ! sale in l'aint Lick next Saturday, for iiu! registration of their signature as a were i.ntors in liicliinoml Satuniay. the benefit of the JclTerson Davis Mem- - ,,ra"v maTk a"a M infringements will Phone m- Ollice Hours j Ito4-7to9- p.1z. Mr ami Mm. Mill Ko9i ami It. VY. orial Fund. Let everybody Und a help- oe prosecuieu. ii rnj Seed nicked from best selected nods. Kstriilue motored to Danville Thursday. ing hand, by ouying a few handfuls of Mcudam-'- a J. H. WimmIj, IC. (J. Wood , candy. growers of Kentucky for the past 25 M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele. and It. J. Walker apont Thuriday in The heavy rain storm on Friday af-- ! Doctors Of Dental Snrgtiy. Danville. ternoon caused the creek to get entire-- ' "'rTcell. per ounce. Send all mail! Misies Mary and Jane Walktr vvrrc ly out of banks and up 111 the porch of to ! UItlCt Florin-PBiilldlngovvr Hort A Aude It, L. KKLLY & SONS, residence, but aside toiri urn!ttireitore. Kuesta of Mrs J. C. Hays in Stanford, jj. I.. Coldiron's It. K. D. No. 1. Lancaster. Ky LANCASTER. from great inconvenience no damage Thursday. KENTUCKY. Wii, n a doelnr rlnd that mi don't ml ii. in h iimI thM what you tin put ml Ku.iK ..f trout1; fur you. he n.ii sI:;Xnf nnd THE AGE OF SANITATION. J.E.EDWARDS, M.D Honaker if I1 John McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, - Paint 1 Veterinary Surgeon. J. A. Beazlev ur The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes G. C. COX, Manse.Ky t Everybody does. COM CEL-SA- R WORKS WONDERS You need it. THE IDEAL SPRING TONIC AND BODY BUILDER. It Is the time of year when NATl'ltH I'UKIFIKS ALL It 11 IMPORTANT to TIIINCS THAT CltOW' AND CHANCE. place jour bisly in healthy condition to stand the change, purify your blood, get the Imwels. stomnch. liver, kidney's and bladder tones up the sviteui to reist in good condition. the attai'ki of mlmoiiti previilnnt during the Spring Season. A healthy body is much freer from the risk of contracting ditcase than an unhealthy one. It will give greater capacit tor work aid pleasure than any tiling in the svay of a universal medicine and YOU knew the tremendous Milvintag over those who are continually half sick or ailing. 11 coinuised of 111 roots and heihs, makes three full quarts of medicine, lasts about three months, costs only One Dollar and is I.EliALLY l.UAIt-ANTED to aatufy THE I'UKCII SElt or money refunded. Is sold by STOK.MES DItUC STOUK. LANCASTER KY, and dealers in medicine for the ner.es. stomach, liver, kidney's bowels, bladder and bloid. Our MTENCE M)I'E is a puie vegetable oil soap, MADE FOli HUMAN SKIN ONLY, also guarantied to give satisfaction or money refunded. I He a bar, .1 for 2.1c. OUIt COWBOY LINIMENT ut used 111 the West hv Ranch men, Coyboyn, Scouts and Indium for piiln, spami. strains, luuis-es- , burns, etc. (Stves immediate relief. 2." und Wc bottles. U 9 9 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. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. C 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 gel us to explain and protect you. Delay may be your misfortune. Dakoto Jack-White-Mo- on 3?.31 West Broadway, LOUISVILLE. KY. 9 9 9 in 3Z 3C ROLL 1. BAINK. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 2. 3. I. 6. Pay your bills by check, ami have your wife pay her bills by check Never lend an ear to "Cet.Rich-Quick- " schemes. Follow boiue system in Having -- Do not be haphazard about it. Rent a aafe ilepo 't box for your valuable papers. Make free use of the service we olfer. Teach the child the vuluu ct money by giving them an allowance. Meet your friends at this hank tor transacting important business KEMPER & WOODS OFFICE PEOPLES BANK. PAINT LICK, KY. P ti. 7. Gfe Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. H. K. HUDSON. President J. J. WALKER, Vic W, O. Kigney, Ass't Cash'r Job J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Preit. The Central Record, Thursday, March 29, 1917. An Extraordinary OF Pre-East- or Sale SUITS Colors E Gold, 111 Km Green, Mustard, Apple Rose, Tan, Navy and Black. COATS 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. J. The Central Record INCORPORATED i JLLf BOURNE DICKEESOI 'temperance ser- VICES SUNDAY." Tannage. j V per rent Hudson, prct- ill. fur A growing hogs. Unfiles Mrs. Sarah llourne. widow of Mr. $l.uo a year. Alex llourt.e, died at hf r nomc on the issued Weekly. Danville road last Fnday due to the inJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. firmities of age. Mrs. Ilourne was a deR. L. KLKIN. Local Editor am! Mgr. vout member of the If optist church and the services were conducted by Itev. J. KDtetcd . the i'o.t omc." In l.alicn.trr, Ky V. Mnhan in the Lancaster cemetery Mall Msttcr m Secoml wi.cre uie imcrnicniiooN place, airs. Member Kentucky Press Association ,!ournt' is survived by several childJen. all of whom live in the county. F.innu. am iijw prepared to plow jour gir-deGeod and plant mur potatoes. All the churches uf the city will hear Temperance sermons from its various work and prices right. Sam Middleton. preachers next Sunday morning. Sun- - j day evening there will be Uuon h'er-- j FOR SALE vices at th Christian church and the ,iw,,.liU .n.1 sii.ti-- I Property Listed In This Column. I destination, but you rfet back, with as much case and comfort, as if riding in aPullman Car. j You not only reach It mu,ic w, 1)e heari, , , mcml)0rs am j, hopf(, that No. 5. Is a suburban tract of 15s . er will atleml tliese services, which acres situated on Eighth District l'ublishers League. main pike with bui'sl- - j to t,,; ''ot', '"'i,'ui "" m',ruc- ,,ru,n'5e MCMILLAN lug site for duelling right at tlw citj Lancaster, Ky., March 29, 1917 ' lunits-ci- tv water and lights installnl, j E. McMillan, formerly of this city mot of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual Rates For Political Announcements; ml eount' bul f"r tlie l'ast aix ' n resident of Louisville, that DEATHS AMONG This to the best lands in this county. . . ... . ,,,, - died in .,,. For Precinct and Citv Olliies . . .$ 6.00 in j ono large splendidly eonstruct-- ' tn nil por County Ollices TUP CM ftPFn trai:' lingering illness of tuberculosis. His lllL LULuilLI. ed stock barn, one S acre newly con-- i 15.00 ror State and District Ollices brother. Tom McMillan of this place .10 Several deaths have occurred among structed tobacco barm. Farm well r'or Calls, per line called to his bedside, but the end whs This tract has .10 colored people m this community fenced and watered. For Cards, per line came two hours before he reached the RENT Outages on It, lsvas lenteil, within the last week. For all publications in the interLouisville. , Mat Engleman n well liked anil in- that produce n rental equal to the aver-- 1 est of individuals or expresHis remains were brought to Lancasman, died of tuberculosis at age income on a MHS) investment. sion of individual views, per ter, where tha interment took place dustrious He I'nce $!0,71K). i3,700 cash and balance .10 iluat Vnilav mnrninf his home near Hubble last week. line Iteslili. his uifel OS ,., .i had been an elhcient mall carrier in in equal paiments due in 2, .1 and 4 Obituaries, per line : I,. .is. surwveu i. .i uy luur uiumers unu inu ue He had vears. l!uy this tor a home and live Danville for several itars. sisters. many friends with both the white and convenient and ceoible to the advanWe are authorized to announce the colored who regret to learnof his death. tages of one of the best small cities following candidates, subject to the George Tevis, only son of Henry Tev-- i anywhere. HURT. action of the Democratic I'rimary, No. . Is a tract of 70 acres, has ail August 1917. i. nf tdU rite, ilieil of tuberculosis last . , Mr. Joshua Hurt, aged W years, died Th burial Sunday. the improvements of tract No. & and is . County School Superintendent. . i. n. at his home on the Richmond road last iimi,r ,,.., o,,i...i;,i "j; ...... iii..,i i... priced at $12,2.'0 and is worth the .nv ,,.! ....... long illness all. Tuesday morning, after Terms $l2fiil cash and balance in' MISS JENNIE H1GGINS. ; He is survived sixl of llright's Disease. Much sympathy is expressed for equal paments maturing in 2, j by his wife and eight living children. j County Court Clerk. Henry w ho is confined to Ins j I year. "Uncle He was h devoted member of the home by serious illness. No. S. Is one of the most attractive, J. O. HOG IE, suburban Christian church and for 3."i years had Dave Carr who hns worked for V. A. substantial, and convenient JEI'THA ONSTOTT. held his membership at the Fairview Lear for the pat four years died last homes in the city- - a two story dwelling W. A. DOTY. church near his home. Monday morning after an illness of of ten rooms, including halls and J. UUUCE LAWSON. all requirements in out buildings, He gave liberally ot his means to the only three days. Dave also was a support of this church and its members splendid work hand ar.il many will re- lights and water: has several acres Assessor. We will suitable for building lots. will miss him from their leadership. gret his passing away. ' E. . RAY. The He was an Elder of this church. trade this handsome city dwelling and acrage in on a good farm. If vou wish funeral services were conducted there Valuable Readlnc. Magistrate District No. 1. from the farm you should by Rev. Tinder, after which interment Rend papers and inafiizlnes that to retire CLARK. J. II. j took place at the I'.unt Lick cemetery deal vlth i u r work, and then read know about this one. Wednesday morning. No. 9. Is a bargain. 170 acres .'! mil-- . JuM ns many as you ran that denl Magistrate District No',s from Lancaster, right on turnpike,! lth other men'si work. In that way iiidy rnn joii get a broad knowledgo has two dwellings and tuo good barns. LOGAN LSON. YOUNG LIFE PASSES of hat tho world Is doing. This farm will produce hemp and toCounty Attorney. Lacco, about one half in grass, price Mrs. Flonnie Rogers Ping. UlOO per acre. GREEN CLAY WALKER. STANFORD ' 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated in the citv limits, large size lot. in gixd "Who can leach us when to look for Sheriff. Goldsboru, N. C, locality. The dwelling is newly built., Charles Lutes, of thee. Oh Death?" A. K. WALKE1!. Middleburg, C. Lutes, of in Bpleiulid condition and attractive; all This striking and sud truth has again II. O. and G. Lutes, of Louisville, are the citv conveniences, water, lights, ' been rivited on the hearts of tho Hub- and Coleman Senatorial District. Stale Senator, ISth bedside ot their father, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and ble community with the passing of Mrs here at the Mr. John Lutes. HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. will take tiVHI. Flonnie I'ing, who died Sunday mornJAY W. IIAHLAN. 7 No 11. City Property-Dwelliing at G;:S0. Her death brought grief The young men of this city are practJ. It. MOUNT. icing for, a miniatrel that uill be given rooms anil cellar, situated on benutlful and sorrow to tho entire neighborhood. years old and here hometimu in April, under the au- Richmond street, large, lot an.l has all She was only twenty-twRepresentative. the unlimelincss of it, together with spices of thu Woman's Club. The best comenituces including gnrpge and barn. J. A. HEAZLEY. No. 1'.'. Five roonidwelhng, modern, her many lu table qualities made it a of local talent is in this troupe and good J. HOG AN IJALLARU. gooil barn. Urge lot fronting on Lexsongs and jukis will be given. matter of general sorrow. ington St., cheap at $i'iOO. Her death was due to a complication Mrs. Nancy I.. Emiston died at her County Judge. this of diseases, having been ill several home at Crab Orchard Monday morning j No. 1J. Iluilding CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. months. She wa the daughter of Mr. due to a fall she receivf d Saturday. No. we offer joii attractive single and double building lots, splendid location, H and Mrs. Mlku Rogers and thu young A. 1). FORD. Deceased was about SI jeam old utid over U00 feet deep, $1.71 to$900, capable wife of Mr. O. M. Ring to whom tihe the widow of the late Francis Eiriston, of water and light connections. We are authorised to, .announce the was married Nov. -- o 101 1, all of whom, of Crab Orchard. She is turvived by a following candidates subject to the ac- together with live brothers and one No. 14 Vi'i ucre farm all in grass, 40 tion of the Republican I'rimary, August, sister burvive her. She was u member number of children. acres need plowing for corn, tobacco or 1017. Mr. John Lutes sulfered n stroke of hemp; has I room dwelling, dand) atock of thu Hubble Christian church and lifter funeral services conducted by paralysis Thursday morning while sit-- J barn, well watered vnil under new . For Assessor Mr, fence. Elder F. M Tinder, her body was laid ting at Nunreliey'a Stock Yards. EUGENE IIEHKELE This farm is situated in walking disto rest in the Lancaster cemetery. The Lutes had been in good health and his husband and family have the sympathy illuetis is u great tliotl; to his many tance of school and con relies. Let us friends. His right side is paralyzed and show oti this one at fXO, Call on or if their friends In this hour of trial. CIRCUIT COURT DRAWS TO his speech is not us clear as formerly. address. He is about 70 ears old and it is feared The Thomas Real Estate Ageny. EDITORS SYMPATHIZE. that he will not recover. I). A. Thomas, Mgr. A CLOSE Handsomely engraved announcements Ollice Record Itldg. I nncaster, Ky. Editors throughout the Statu sympaMost of the time nt the Circuit Court thize deeply with Mr. Hurry (iiovannoli. have been received here by relatives marriage of Miss has been taked up this week with the the editor of the Lexington Leader, in and friends of the case of Homer Illand ugainst thu L. & the death of his bright little girl, Cath- Josephine Ileaziey, uf this citv, and N. Railway. This case was tried about erine Harris Glovanuoli, which occurred William Craig I'epples of Covington, which took place on February VCtli. one j ear ago and the jury found fur the In Danvillt last Friday night, ' plalntitr. but the Court of Appeals reRecently she sulfered with uu attack The wedding bad been kept u secret up versed It and til') trial was again taken 01 scarlet lever, irom which gnu nau i until the announcements were issued. up here last Monday. It will probably apparently recovered, but bhe was The brido Is the pretty and attractive i.a.mui,.,. go to tho Jury to duj, as thy arguments again taken ill and succumbed to laryn- - luiuguier ui See this 20 this city and the groom is a son of Mr, low rates, aro to be heard this morning. A number gitis. of witnesses have been examined. Funeral services were conducted in and Mrs. James I'epples of this city INSURANCE. among them Dr. I'ope, of toulivflle, re- Danville last Sunday afternoon at the and is a fine young man in every way. year plan. cognized as one of the gieatest alienist home of her aunt, Mrs. James Letcher, He now holds a position at Covington, where he and his charming little wife in this country. The details of this case interment following in liollevuu will make their home after April 1st. were published In full at the last trial. rl. ,,,.,.,,, ,i ARENT ECONOMY. DURABILITY COMFORT AND ,,,. i are used to make up the word ! Also We DODGE CAR. You I I I ... ..,. are up in "CLASS H." when Motoring in these, "THE KING OF CARS." We will be glad to Demonstrate this car to you mon-ey- j 11 Arcade KINNAIKD 15 U 14 a r a atp S MCkU Ul ' BROS., Maiidtftrs. pan-trie- i i ; SEMI-ANNU- AL VISIT 2-- 3 j n - ! The Byrne Optical Service v i s ng. o Lots-Un- der , EYES TESTED. -- WWH" - - GLASSES FITTED Eighteen Years Experience Eleven Years in Central Kentucky. Will be at KENGARLAN HOTEL LANCASTER, KY. 5, 10 ca, 20 Year FARM LOANS April 2nd to 7th. ... J. J. upiomeinsi. BYRNE. D. A. Thomas. The Central Record, Thursday, MarchI29, 1917 .4- , t VJ V I V.'A - if v - "I Daring Novelties that call forth a gust or Astonishment that such Bewitching but pretty effects can be produced in FOOT-WEAR EASTER GLOVES. Easter nf course menus new gloves. Make f lire tlial they lire (if kind in keeping with all son-xiimplies I LADIES I ii CENTEMERI THE One Price Stoi v. We are showing gloves Special offering of Spring Conts and Suits, see them before buying your Spring outfit. in Black, White and colors to delight the feminine heart Both for the young and the old. THEY FIT THE ARCH o & o o o JOSEPH MERCANTILE House of Quality Misses Kiln j lterkole ami Florence Jo'.nson of Western College, Oxford O, lire spending the sprint; VHCiition with liume tolk.s. YOU'LL 1INH IT IN TIJIS CUIXMN, THE COUNTRY MINISTER By Home Talent. A Comedy Drama In Three Acts. At the School Auditorium, April 10th. 7:30 P. M. - I 8 v; .Mr . W. Mclb.berts of Alluntii. FOIl SALL: Hood Jersey milk cow., a was tlie g'lest fur 11 lew days this week Fresh with second calf. .1. K. Uubinscn. and Mr.i. It. K. A i rkl Mtrticn ol tlif Cominci in J L of Ins parents, .Mr. ilas II. Carrier. l.yThoit Vt Art !ntfittil In. J Meltoberts-- . HJli SAI.Ii; 1. l)iinui e.xira nnuom I to nct-.urt llnstin. W' M liUrRV"- - 1'",,,t ''' Jeru,l,v Jnno Judkin,. Tinotliy IIo.Id hl',n" Nimiod 'tump. and Deucuii I'ottcr. ate a part of tin; I.O.ST:-Diamopendant from neck-- j Hiildert Hatin Mr. an I Mr Jhhich Will were rt tioiipi- - at tho Piliool Auditoriu.n, April Katie Hurries Diekersoii, lace. Keward to tinder. ipitor in l)iiuville. .IiiiII-in.- , K. 7::W. iou mut ten them, to know Ilrlvn Young. cent At. U. 1. llurti.n. " I uz.tln-lFord Mr. I!izali"li Dilliri of Mai f. nl l t Item. on Richmond LOST:- - 'laid watch .. . 1'n in y. a l"rt'iirli maid. .... Anna Margaret Kikin. vmtini: Mrs. N. Miller. Mr. Will Wolfolk of l.e.inton. wus 1()llJ Iteward. ne.ir ,,oill ljt,llvvl. T. J I'rirc. .Ir nn I'1 er. Mimi Hannah Aldride ik llie client ikakins hitiids with hi old friend here Wni(, Kuiitc 1. .Iiur.es Tin Icr Irvine S t b Win llrnry. I' ll' i'.irro. uttir murtr. bovs. of Mi. Janie flam-Men- . lat Monday. Will i an and we aie all proud of his success in riintfle Cnnili IIioimi I.eirhom Eggi. Mih I.iIIihii Kinnaird 1m- - returned CASH. 10 for V, cents, lOil for the lllue Crass capital. ' from a viit to l.nuisville friuruR Krle C. I'arra. Hox 271!. Hon. W. I!. Mason ami Mm. Mason Miit Maytr.c l.ee Italian was in Kur Sale: SJO feet of iion fence and this week to hear Alma tilllck. have returned from u delightful tnu to CI J. It. Mount. Kdttcrn points. Mr. Mason has rcsuin- - depot waKon. GRACE, BALANCE and UNLIMITED 1'OWEK. Mr- -. J. It Mount has l.een visitinK ed lus dut.es at Frankfort as secretary an- her Ulster. Mrs. James Dunn of tu the Iloaril of KiUdlizaliun. Tllll- - IIIUI.I; 1 HUM THF TIII.MTY U UK II 1.KKS l'ure ItufT Krks For Hatchinp:: Mile. attain. 15 for $1. or 100 for $3 Mrs. Churlea Denman leturned to Little Mi's Marjorie Ilnatin wli.i has .'M5-'JmSTEARNS-KNIGH- T W. K. Moss, Lancaster. Kv. PI her home in N'icholasvillc, 'luesdav VJ tieen ill for several weks is iinpromc after n weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. I rapnlh FOIl SALE; One T. year old mute, a in;isieriieee iiinnii(J r:irs, the one enr you will desire the Q H. V. Itnstin. She was accomnunitil one horse and seven two year old mules eiir that 01 mIihiiIiI own Mr. and Mrs. .lehn .Stortnes and Miss h,y Master II. V. llostin, for u short j ut Burton's ham. Klsie Morrow motored to Danville last I" U Stearns Conipmiy. Clevehiml Uuilt liy The Sold by it. Dickersou and Carrier, i 1 hursday. Master CommUsiontr W. II. llrown' (i) C. oil colors, at Wilmore, ky: FOlt SALF.:-Dahli- as, Mrs. Tom Hicks and little daughter. eiitertneied at Ilia suhurbui home "II ' lw,, n- lu.. ... P.xell's Hazel Kiith. of It.nirne, spent Momhiv the Stanford road If Iflereiited Wrile r l'lione ' honor j altrc' last evening in Mrl n c.'llamilton. lit with Mrs. J. S. Johnson. oi .mi,(e amines A. nanlin. tJttier 31!U-:iMiss Helen IturleiKh of New Ymk guest betide Judge Hardin, were; Mes. City wdl he at the Auditorium. Apnl ars J. i:. Kobi.iMm. John Farrii, David, FOIi ALL KINDS of Cement worl. rBTT D Uoss and j Kikin. Jflth. 7.:;o p. m. lie fiire and see her. by contract or by the day see ' Trimble. Lancaster, Ky. J- This city was honored with ilistin-- 1 The frie.als of Miss Joan Mount lire mo.-pTelephone No. 1DJ. guests last Friday in the HI welcoming her home after a three guifhel of Messr D. M. Hutton, Huh months aience in Texas and Georgia. peri-on, Mn" l"ist " w,tl' hor- buKy t0 Allen. Prof. I'rather. J. I'. Mifchell. Mr. and Airs. Henry Simpson, who 1'jvv.ler In Oarratd htock. Londitioi. A. W. Timonev. all of ,arrod(Uur,, Ad-- 1 aie both holding good positions in Lex- Ky They came over W. W mouth. to insect ourlV0U",y', ington, were here Sunday with relatives 11 I"J'nPoli. Crnded School, preparatory to buildin:' dK Mrs. Ida Stott.i of Nicholas ille. wlmione in their home town. . Ollice '.. I HONKS underwent n serious operation ut thv i ltcatdt ini Amont; ilitwe who HtUndt'i! the Uu-trit- 't Home Hospital last week, is improving. HEMP SEED FOR SALE. KENTUCKY. Kru!.'Hiir f..iivtitiitii ut Tinfu.. ine oumrv ....us er win lie in our u lutUy worc. M ,ua JulII!ul To farmer8 who are llnk, . of tuvvn April Kith, and mil rerun n over u , 1!lco , w, scl) jn Amo, ,, jMrs A,mmi ,rvjm, MW, r tllia night see Inn, at the school auditorium i!llrton Stal,p Mm v a M chcup M 1MjUo un( buy (JUr m' ' "' !iul.daiiKlitcrs. Mr. Henry Moore. V.V-- ! hemp at any time ut thohighestniHtket Dr. ( harles Zimmer. ami Mr. Zur. He Miller. Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Kmbrv, puce. pd. ll.It.COX. ..... ... Mi... i.m.ii I I I l..fl i!l... ivaiiici. tu, ui I .!...; iiui..i'.iiue mj a teii ...,in.ira ..i.i. lint Sunday for a thtee Weeks Vint to She Knew, Stn'e Hotel Inspector, (Jeorge 11. t'omerov Ohie. lie (explalnini: iiboin stocks) "You he.n in the Krue. of Covineton Mra. II. A. I!. Markihury. Mr. P. town for two days, the guest of Mr.1 know what niai''ii W, don't you?" Hln "Oh. jos. Thnt's the money joii II. Marktbury. Mr. and Mrs. flay Sut- d N. .V.ill-- r. on the lilehmomll put up and love." Ito-to- n OH Transcript. ton visited Mrs. Louis Landram in Dan road. This is Mr. Kru-e'- a first trip to viueian inursuay. Lwca.ler and he says he is d.lixhted touaty Court Days. Miss Cleone JlcWhorter. one of 1'alnt "dh the town uiul its perple nnd spoke I.n k'a most beautiful girls, was ihel,,r coniplimentiHrv of our splendid Hichmond, 1st. Monday. its inanaKcmcnt. guent of Mio liuth Carrier and Chru-- ' '""'I Fans, 1st. Monday. -tine Sanders on Saturday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday, Mrs. Itelln Arnold Francis was in Hurrodtburg, 1st. Monday. CARD OF THANKS. Stanford last and Saturday to Lexington, "ml. Mondaj. have her 'Opening" of her Fashion Stanford, -- nd.Jlor.day. We de.ire to thanl; our friends nrd tin .u'i'dtiiit of liuyint! our tuliiuiM eottnii enriy lust ' Shop and Millinery. Shelby ville. and. Monday neufhlwrs, who were so kind to us dur-- 1 enr. in HI.K LOTS iiinl li.iiiiL it shipped direet from Carlisle, and. Monday. Mrs. J. It. Sellman, who has been '"1! the long illness of our wife and Danville, 3rd. Mondi1. assisting .Miss Minnie Hrowu at her j mulher, and to iissuru Hum that it will the mills, we are in a position to oiler it lo you at piice.s Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Moiuiav lullhnerv store, returns to her lieine in ' "ever be forgotten. Nicholasville, 3id. Monday. I elieuper than we ean Imy it at wholesale to day. Nicholnsvillo this week. ' Murphy and family. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday, Missea Cornelia Dulin and Marguerite Relow wp ipiote you some prieos uliielt we absoluteSoinersvt, 3rd. Monday. Wolfolk of Lexington, spent the week CARD OF THANKS. (!eorgetuvii, 3rd. Monday. ly Liuarantee to he below the preMjiit wholfale market. end the attractive guests of .Mr. and LANCASTKK. 4th. .Monday To the fiiends mr.l neighbors who-werMrs. J. Hogan Ballard. Winchester, 4th. Monday. so kind to our sister, Mrs. J. S. Hanover Sliccting at Sets. MunticeMo. 4th. Monday. Little Boxy, a street w.uf of New Haselden. during her illness, we take i V...LVersailles. 4th. Monda). uv .... mi iiii ,i,i I... mi .t.. finite uiI ....I method of expresiing to them our A Double AA Grade ut 4 Acts. in . ttrt ,.i.i Ull this v u'tit-- ' na'"l heiutfelt thanks and assure them of cur apiireclatioii. Single A Grade at Little Miss Nancy and .Muster StanSirs, (ieorge I.'all ird ami brothers, lev C'urk. who llvo on the Lexim'toiil PH0NK 27 to save some of this ennvas for you, (or IiiL-.- . m.uMilin.. .1... ...u..l III. HIT.. .,n., .,....ui..(, ...v ..i.i ..ml it is LtoiiifJ fust Place your order now and tie protected grund'Hareuta. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. ' niUiiust hitfh pricen. 1 have a tail line of high- Hilli..... "f II(311C I People ssiv About 3 3 i i Itrv I!h1iIi t ctirrwiiiNl Hit- t'liunlrv mini" tf r (iregury Heath, Man i f the world i of lire J ml I'ardoe, Wreck on Deacon Potter, just n trille "deet" Tunuthv Hood. wIki likes tu whittle. . Itox). A fresh air kul I he oid maid l'.itmiltti's Jeruslin June Iletir Buricirli. from New Virk, llillv Miller. Jijtiri HnH'i I Showing, New Things Arriving Daily. Special Eas- STEARNS KINIGHT - I I I Edward Benckendorf, I',ir,.'. ter Display-Nex- t Week. Rolia Arnold Frasici 1'ublic Square E3G M. S. HA TFIELD DENTIST. l"" ,, PRICES I DOWN .ii r. will on April 1st open a mmiM una 4cts. AND iii Lancaster. See me before having your work done I jjtmrantve :ny work to give satisfaction and my prices will be right. Your business appreciated will be u,n.,..., t... Pi. WILLUHS u. s - FIELD SEEOS. I.5IV BtOICtR & PHONE 27. MUMS m BRY ANTS V ILLE, Kv. j 9 Mr. Charlie Sanders, who has bctnj attending M. M. L, Millersburg, and came home for u ahoit visit to his mother, i quite ill with mcuscls at the (iullcy house. Lewis Ucriidon, traveling sidesman for the llelknap Hardware Co, but with lieudquurtera in Atlanta, was the guest of his father. Capt. Win, Herndon, for a few da) I Inst Week. I n rirade farm seeds such ns hf n ki l( lo fmnl futhllllou wltb BOURBON POULTRY RCMCOY ' few tirvi iDthviJriaklDg atrr IdiM-- Clovers. Timothy, Orthoids and 131ue(irass, KedTop.eti: Write for samples and delivered prices. Look as far as "you -- You MKc ikkkM iJrtUin ll lu or iakiiiu. Al Uiwta buttl ATi IllJS.ll W.Bush Nelson, co.. tuiutoi, will never tlnd more bcAutlfull Wall Paper thaa I&tn how you. Jet in touch with me today II. D. ELMORE ISTrr ioviioi kkit if LEXINGTON. KY. I'aner Hatiiiinil A Siietinltv. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. The Central Record, Thursday, March 29, 1917. A housewife must Jive the first uid in colds, coughs rind other ailments. Her promptness In npplyini! tlw remedy often saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led her to know that PERUNA is nlwnys reliable, that she should have it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and colds, and that it is always to her V PERUNA in Your Home WILTOMDALE A.lv. 39162. In Record 2:20.t; Trial 2:14. Half Mile Trnck. Trolltt: Mahogany Bay. 15.3 Hands; She if intnlcm The I Msl. itiTf :r " i (in, I'.iin "Miietiia Maker (! 'or i W i.ke (ir.' of H... I" W !o) bo by i:i.rll idiim of III. by .iii- -r K 2 Vt of Vil d Wnkos (sire of ITVl In- - l.y l.JWatrrM Cmrs- - Parker. Mi'li- - L&A "Vie h4Vi! uf0 iv tuaaia v t Utu If tat a ni. it t of Jfa' it aim! hsv foufMt a vtl ily It wo rid lm of any trur citaccU nnj pre vent Krioui cun I betfia iis'ntf It forcntarrh, which I The Family Safeguard The experience of one woman, iivcn herewith, is typical of thousnnds of letters that reach the Pcruna Company from grateful friends who have found their homes incom plete, and their family safety in danger without I'ERUNA. thy n IwHvmIbjiI hhI rvlei hi irt.prbir Hf H iilwnltiMy in IW eetmii. uur.il. ii r.mt iurt- - hone, n ehamphm lmw haire. Imviiik fim iliowti 27 liiw. Ilia wlnr '' 'i blUK nbtoMij. Hx M N itreNt brPHilr ih1 a nHrf fMl Kltr. eolta '. t'..ol hNkiii)( lmlniliil"i ilh nn-d- , itvb uml tfiirnliilKj. He Mill llhc mmhmi of ; 7 ,il in v u ittilvo from Iiiieatr, Hire iihIh4 fntin KrymitiiMlli'. mnr in.- - I,u.ituti nike nn lbt Hoot Inn iN'kiw t v I . : '. in.rrl), nl illnn Inle I In l.r. . Ijih-l- m-- ffofe tir n iMiblle otrnil iki rll IlWrtilyrpconimcnJltsiinhonritrifi!ik wTwrt innns hut had not hern vrry ifrlous until irccmty. Since 1 hare lakrn IVrima thfttlrornlnt! In mv throat has divnntlntird, itsi! my an J now? I am moot m moprrdup to dMnlwithI the multg, tnuthailccmiauc U until am tM'rrlyriiJ of catarrh, it dues for lift it Is r?adv to ilo lor yi r.w.) iitfkmj Wj'h a $20. to Insure n Living Coil, a Lien Retained on Colt Until Seasion Is Paid. Robert R. Fox, Star Route. Lancaster, Ky. Colds and Catarrh market proves It. beyond iiuoMinn. to lie tlic reliable family rem-cdever ready to take, preventing tlia serious effects of colds, of the digestive organs. Tills proof is published from time to time and many families have profited by It. . mtmUt raa r.a allil, PtU'.NA la t.Urf lam far ltu cainiiau.. Corj it ntt ttm aad fartiM uiia,! Un anacU. The Pcruna Company, Columbus. Ohio couflhn, grip and derangements The great weight of testimony that ha: accumulated in the 14 years that PERUNA lias licen on the 4 i ' Bjaa?aaBBBBBBBaLaaak- - iBi'saLLLviLLLLaHaHp BLEUCHER Iteiord 'J.r.'i. Ttml Winner o( Koiul CIum .iiuI a, 46158. I II KENTUCKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE. Ilrmlinii t .' t lnss at lu'iilm ky St.iU: 1'nir n Auto SIHGW LEXINGTON, MARCH 28-29-30-31 Henry Lee Wallace. Paint l.kk Ky. Henry I.e Wrll.ue Wellington. I nn. o s "' Hfu. a la.a. Hi mil J IS , Mrlfltllv Hnrk itt,..rf Shal I lireuk Km t Nr.w I'Slk SlSM ' itrw ..I I , III Ham I t.iwl, :.. .'t1, Is,. h' W " Ktill.'Kli i San aa ft f 4l.I Bvlltomni, ll. I uraal arm l, t msrt- - AT HOME OF HENRY L. WALLAIL . When you come to this big show be sure to look up the 4 SAXON EXHIBIT The agency for your county is stillopen. If you already have a car get our "Special Show Prices on Tires." Phoenix Motor Gar Go Incorporated. 250 East Main St. LEXINGTON, KY. Mr. !Itnrv Leslie Wall . uf Wall-l onn. H now the welcome uest j,of Mr. Henry I,. Wallnee, at l'ninl I Lick. Kj. nnd a ilendid likeiies ot J each appeats at the head of this eol- 'uinn. This mutual friemUhiji started about twelve years ap. while out countvman was cashier of Die bank at Frenchburi;. Ky. and since that time. their friendship has irrown almost to a brotherlv love. While we have never had the leuure of meelint: Mr. Wallace's Eastern friend, we know that he can be no more erfi'ct a jjen- tleman than oiii own friend and county nor enn hetrace his ancestry back to a better family Jtree. running back to Peter Wallace, of Va. to tie car were l"2i. Mr. Wallace's fore-fatheamoni; the first settlers of this county. Mr. Wallace is one of four childri n now living, Mr Salem Wallace and Mrs. Kannie Francis, of i'aint l.lik and Mrs. Ann Robinson, of this city. Mr. Wallace beside beinK a uraduate of Central University, taught school for many years, organized several state banks throughout the state and nuw devoting his entire time to farming. When aaked by a representative of the Kecoid about the history leading up to the attachment of his Hasten) friend, 'Mr. Wallace answered in the following J iriRton. u ' vear iiv Mr. all.ue ib i .1 to wake We were delighted to have a visit. lew dM and rin.v he will wait i "3 l.im in our hurne. ti vrrv iieanllv, acain. "While we Know of no blood relation, we ate decendunU of SMlh blood, and ' both are irnu I of thi fact. .My frieiHl Wadaee, is h yn"'u-- j Mr. Henry ate of Yale C'jllene, has traveled tensu rly in the oriental countries and has seen a .k1 Kirtion of the United States and Canada. "He is one of the linn il II. Wallace spf n 3 U Htu tiii ,.! SitS "loeh' f luaftl It. t i; Ml .if i Uila. ... I ati of l'IS. ati. ! J: nrt is', I.. Klln.i lltixikl I KaXla II I'laa ill llro.il ItrtS R.l1le-UI Ht aim of fptir? l' N. i"l isne.. Mort., ,JI Ru. n Wltk J 117'. 'II "I I. ' Ol ' SorMfaual Helk M, Mutwwl i laama W Hies ITl. 1 ! ' ln ol u in J in. n Vsrkr iQuawa Etket JW, ItHMtwifrMi , m al Miliar, i n im , Hfr l S,Htiflr Hi mi f. Me j; liiral Hnwl MM( lair Iri tilwi .Uii,fl.. - t f m lS i ! , , HUa 1 1 llll.'. I ,'. H'. If.ull'wl HillAl rii. p, Naf U, a.. Hm l ll. hi hi..k I"',. Rrdrl!.' Sib nt llrjo. lUTft). 13 lre of Hilly Hnrk 2.1WI. Medow llrwA "s j. Snaw hay 2a71. Zarrine 2:l,?, Hetty Ilt..ti Kmina llriwk 2 V.J, lanly HtltliriHik 2:1(1. Hotter llrook 2:1J. Silent Ilriiemle (21 2:lltj. Maritaret Hathgate (I) -- :lli. itc. Mreildamorihattj Direct (I) 2I7J. etc. His dam. Jenny Clay, also pro Jure I liidhe Clm 2.2.'1. ami was K ran. hi in uf I'rue 2:214. Moko 21157, sire of IVreii 2;iifij (n inner Kentucky Kuturitv.) Ilrerxla Yoik (HI 2:(l, (Futurity winnei) (a) 2:0IJ. Native Hell.. (2 2:r7f (Futurity winner) (I) 2:ij irhamtiion : mr old fillv.) Manrico CI) 2:07J (Futurity winner.) Silver Silk (II 'Jil-- J, Sii'ie N. (3) 2.sr.il. (Jaunty winner.) Coim.ko2.lit. Mobel and Sons of Walluik'ford, lonn , mnnu-raatMic'iester Moinaater 2:11. Sillko CI) 21IJ (Futurity winner) etc. facturers ol silverware. This ia a larKej Sired dams of Tie Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion. ) Vito (I) 2:WJ, and prolitable plat.t 10 which nearlv Martha Tipton (I) 2:(Ki. O'Neil CI) ,.tl. riither to Hump. 2.(I3L Huron two thouaiiiHl men fin.! employment. I). 2:11). etc. lur trielnl Ims a tfeneio'is ami l.nlri; ltleucher Inl.V. record 2 2UJ. trial mile 2.1 If. half in 1 (si. U.t ,,Uarler in "pint. a he had no children, he has !U seconds. Is a handaoine seal brown horse, and will weigh IIIHJ suim1s. He two ol his neph-e- s. greatly . liib.es his giasl sire Silent llrixik and is out of Clavo. bv the great leareil .111(1 I his Futurity sire .Moko. and hows the lov Foreign demand lias taken over one million horses from this country, ami PJth ho ha for not only bis ielati.es. I but friends and uciiuaintuuies. He bus we may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our adv. re to mare several autos and when be hears of owners ia to breed their mares and to bre.il them to stallions of merit ami provsick, unfortunate, and shulins, he en worth as sires, ltleucher is just th type to produce the colts lhat will up-plthe demand. His colts have proven line, with nice bend and neck ami plenty takts ibrin out for a riue. He is ii great lover of music ami was organist of bone and confirmation. This great trotfng Stallion will make the seaaon of 11117 at mv stable in III his church for about lilteen years. Lancaster, Kenturkv. at He 'mii count his friends by his acquaintances and has endeared blinsell to us I and we line ti l lit as a cultured, refined 'e la, l tvf, ::, sn Hie Climate Is Dellfllitful ou tLe Beautiful Mississippi GULF COAST DURING complimentary terms, "While I was Cashier of a bank in Krenchburg Kv. some twelve years ago, I happened to hear of another Henry I.. ' Wallace of Wallingford Conn. We then began to correspond and have continued to do so all these years So last March I ' cbristiun gentleman. "Wh are very fortunute in having silt h a warm personal friend, and delighted, to entertain him when be conies to ' Kentucky. I trust our friendship U' will mutual, and be like David and Johna than of old " No More Danl ou $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I will also tand this beautiful Ky.. at Living Seel-- I mil Stallion for the season of VJU my stable in Lanraster, al MARCH AND APRIL Bijou tko balmy air and sunshine In this enchanting laud of flowers. Play goH or tenuis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. Tickets to New OtUaiu and Gulf Cooit jxjlntj via Loulsvlllo & Noihvlllo R. R., permit jlJo trip to Ptiuacola ol slight cost For llluitatcJ llteralure, sdiejules, olc., ojiplij to local rejjicseutullvej ol (to LouUvlllo & Najtvlllo R. R. or aJJicss R. D. Puse-j- , General Poisoner Aguut, Loubvllle, Ky. . i CS M V -- 'i, Ti THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It DENNY. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r; J. L. UlLL, Account. .Inhii houId Mart rleht by opening n linl.. iiank in One Who Shows No Favor count." Newly Miirrml Iiaiichler "No; .liilm ii -- ii I in Ii.ii- - n,.. din it N nn nn rul bother and Hie A merciless judge is I'lither Tune, inh-viippn', lati. it oiij ivnj lie lie fun- In in ,l,e weak nnd the wanting bank doe-n- 't : y after hlni to ns go totliewall. Only the tiuth enn stand. Miys It I"u k. For jears tin' following statement from put In more innia Lancaster resident has wit'istood 'his sternest of nil tefcts. MT. HIOUKON Mrs. II. 1'. Walter. Hill Ternice. Lancaster, says: "I never full to praii-.Mr llnrri-ii- ii Heane bought ii pair of Doan's Knlmv I'lds. for they are n most week for JUlfi. worthy reirush nnd have done me much ""I1'11 Mr. Detune Scott and .ou, Cmbel, of good on inuny occasions. For several aiii, 1 have sulfeHil fiom illume and Nicholasville, were here Saturday. My kidieys have also back I hi ful Mrs. Luranv Montgomery who hur bee.) regular in action. Doaii'MKidncy l.,. ,,une , u,,. ,,.lkt ( better. Pills hav- - nlways removed every Kyinp;j . .m,,,,,,,,,.. Mm t ton. of kidney trouble at the... times. ,,(,.,, MM lVlr ( ,.o Ht "(.,(r. (otiitement given March 2lii., 1WW ) i ALWAYS I'.LLIAIILi:. , in of Lancaster vva On Nvv ember 18. I'Jlti Mr- -. Walter! l,h '"'r lh,re,'u lr; ' W. 1 baVH ... the groalest eonlidence ' IUh " klllll..l- - I'lltj I ULli lu.1 ff..tl Mr. .loo It. Djiiean, wife and Imliy, kimi t.oul le lor h long tune, but re- I"" Hl,l fatner. Mr. .1. 1. cut. l..id h slight attack I agiilu usd ""y login. Don. hl'lnev IMI and thev lel.evid "an I'oater-Mil-buNorthern While seed oats, cow poms. in " .rsii'. at ad Jiilers. So) bums, Millet se.-.I- , Co . Mfcta., Hutfalo, N. Y. Hudson, Hughet. Furnuu. Mr. Lewis Murphy and daughter. Dut He Didn't Linger. Trump "Cum you nlm me niong Miss I. Ida May, wero in Lexington Saturday for treatment of the (alters eyes. the rond. mum?" Lady of the Hnute "IVrhoniilly I I'liimot; but I will Mr. Win Oimioii, wife and mother my dog, nnd I know In. will bo intended thu burial of her aisler-iu-lamost pleiihed to do Hoi" Mrs. Surali llourne at Lancaster last A MERCILESS JUDGE S10. I To Insure A Colt. Molber-"V- nnd am prepared to take care of inures Lien re- on grass at 10 cents a day. tained on colts for service fee. Money due when man is traded or parted with acc lent but not responsible should ai v olu ur (Tare taken to prevent W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. rJ ','',,, if w" Saturda). ,.,. j ROGERS DENMARK 41d By Kamey Denmark I He l.j llainl.il IFlby b ('romve 7: I,', Wasiii..-- l ,n In n ark '! Hotter j Denmark. Ut dam M8, o ,i ,, Hrem 01. ii. ,,n,aik I 2nd dam lli) Wallace. b ilutle i. nn.ar. I v Hani. 111; He is nine yearn old, dark bay w.l whit. ,1:11. I.i bunds, showing all lh gaits under saddle. He is jus' , good mdiwdu il as h.s p. .ngrc would imhcate and hai proved a good sue. his colts having g,d action, hits of atvle and easily controlwl. This horso will make the sea, ,i. .if pjn t the farm of It K. Coim ion White Lick, 2 miles wiuth west of Faint Lick, at $10.00 To Insure A Living Coll. will At same tune mid place stand m splendi j four year old Jack A LIVING JOHN GRAY, AT S8.00 TO INSURE COLT President J. E. STORMF.3. K. T. 'JMBRY, Ass't Cashier. Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual U. Cochran, Alex Ii. Denny, J. H. Posey, J, E. StormeJ, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director!. More Necessary. Mis Lena .slinell lovisl In tell n atory ugulnst herelf. "Often," she once ild, "I do not make iiiyvelf cleurly hfnrd by pin j goers In (he more remote purtH of the theater. One night I ieeiu to havu been more than Indistinct, for ut tho llrst when nn attendant walked up ono of tho KiiugwuyH on the rtulls floor crying 'Operu glasses, opera glasses 1' u big man shouted from tho back of the ilt, 'Overu glasses be haogttll Ilrlng ui aome ear trumpet." Mi. and Mrs. Isaac Montgomery and son II. F.. who have been with his mother, Mrs. I.urany Mouigomerv for eoveral day a returned to their home in Dam by Bourbon Chief. Jessamine Sunday. Caro taken to prevent accidents but not responsiblo Saturday afternoon at the business should aur occur. meeting Itev. .1. W. Malum tendered Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Season due when mare is bred t his resignation as pastor of Mt Hebron another horse or Juck. church to take elTect the 4:1. Sunday in April. The church very reluctantly accepted the resignation. Itev. Muhan has been pastor here for live years, and much good has been done. Paint Lick, Kentucky. No. 3. JOHN (iltAY is ii gray Ja:k, 15 hunda high, good bono mid ear attd ono of tho best Jacks in this neighborhood. He is royally bred being by Long Tom. he by Win. Todd'a big Jack, he by Marmaduko. 1st Uam bv Hilly Breckinridge, he bv Bourbon Chief, 2nd n- - :p. oojNTisr. Route The Central Record, Thursday, Marrh'29, 1917. ter.JMrs. Sunn IMmiston, are up again ilfl.T h l'iithv illness. Mr It. I' Vliil bought some com of Kiher Honing, nf the Cniiniin sec;.n per liHrri'l. tion. hI Mr II. M. Kennedy traded his fiirm of 7! acres In I'inl It. Thompson fur liia home tai in Preachersvllle containing! ... J ..nr.... -- IJriMlml lniil away hi th PrHRchiTsvllb' burial morn. to nwnit thf Wf ."ell-ni- l nur yinpthv to thf br. rent imI fnmil.v. Motice Bids Wantec Ilids v.ill be recil.ul b." the co irt of tiurrard Colli Iv APKIL 191? for repairing the lowing s al THE HUB Push in Brothers Danville, Kentucky. n.l S. flilll i..U.l jl I sP ecial Showing of Newest Spring Suits Coats, Dresses r fir waists, i viiiiiiiery Have Ihm'ii rw'ii'il this wtfk direct from Nrw York. B TI tylt aro licnuUful. tlml arif mont nUracllve, the sporty colors and reutliiwt-tJoiAll are very becoming lo nW anil mtitron, Canio In ami jw Uip bmnil wlocUon of bonutiful Easter wo aro showing at $15.1)0. Sl!l.nOt Slio.OO ant! u-r- y Sait. :5.00. Mr. W. V I!lltil ninl fitinliv moved vnniWil by tr I'lul ii.ln the rriMi It. TlinmiMHi ninl fannl), Thompson nmviiij In the heue Vacated I.y Mr. Mallard. Mr .Imnes Pa' im wIhi in January mm i il In Pou'laml, Iini decided to re. l turn here ii ml roiiiluet h blacksmith -- hop Mrthedi-.- t church. jiit I'lirlliuf the Hi' m In hove innvnl Intel: twn weeks ago but In i iMitiii' fnmilv of mx children have hail the measlea. Dairy Kml fur tin- - pows; high grai ''' pigs, fid li r the llii.l-.on- , cattle (.ml theep. Hugltea li. Fnmaii. Mrs William Iyvhiu". aged ill I '!!.. years, ilii'il here Inat I'riJuv 1 f nfUT an illni'w nf wvrml immtlii ill inri.1. nt lo "M ufti anil u stroke nf piirnlj - uhioh sh n'tviitly suatiiitu il Hit m.'ii li'tl nulnr Wi KlialHtti Se.u. nlnt ii iIhiikIiIit nf l!"V. .Iran; Snirs. Ill 1H75 ell'! nf l'ulHkl "iMintj. uniti'il in in.tmt! Williini I)j I Thi- i HUrvivnl liy lir mill f iur (.'ruwii cluiilrfn, Meim Spriii)h. Jhiii.i t))wiiii4 uf I)ripplii I'. il I).vt'hUM' of thm (ilnct', itichanl ! IkiU"" if Hubble himI Mr i. I.uU Si .nv nf t'r.ili Orehanl, hUi twn broth-'- i W. It. Sf ars u( Snuiurai t, nnd 1 itntnii SeHrs nf Ijouiiivillt. Ilt'c'e&fitHi ai a member of tin- - Muthixlltl church, n kind nviRhlMir, anil htr tnkintr nwn h'iH briHiKht a ippp mrrcvv to a wiile TIih funiTHl irrV uf .icipii.intiinctM. tvic.'h wuro cnnilucltil bv I vr pastor. Iti v. J M. K ibinnini h f Iit uhich all that a inurtal of th- - imicI laJy whs re III (M VteiS Hcrr !. - r..-- "arn 'o fU' trin- - voai , f.ou 1 H I nl, NTV 11)17. TI'l:NPIKKSIN(iAlll!.rtI)( Ol K 1 fl f.n t! Ij IIP, K.. . wt.-.- i Mi- - ),, the vefcr ending l)er. i.Y J (. Jr ? rr til" fJi vj Si j!( Rot i'iva Ii my J .;r:,.i...f n w -- l - gj il fc. ;.J;ihrl ?J .1...' -!u ' of ever W 'H KKi n i.p bCii-v.. Ii n n. U.a l3 ho wrl''-.1. villi a "i mv n' am' 1: be ftlitiliheil b, t'le eounlv on sections where the tuiinty Pi owns iiuurries. wheie none i owi ed by tjuarrn s will U- I ; Mod. lcststr.a I I UlvU the rountv, coniraclnr tnut furn.h same. SmiiI metal hll be broken ientlj line to pm-- through a two I ,ch S ring at . grelet diameter. Haid WIA metal shall he .plead by contii.cti.r between uf-ls it-- November hi and December 15lh. fashionable and smart. The slytas Tho new coats aiv nnd blond fxcwilinnly well in the rcMon bright coloring. IHllHlPedd of now model have been received tbU wek rf Woot Pflpliiw. flMbenliiitfu. Trieotitn-- and ttttorty plaid at s vel-oii- ri, SHMW, i?12..")(. SI.kOO Sjiocinl line of ami SI 9.30. MUe and Childrens coats. erepe-de-ehen- t from Gfcry-otlocren- i SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. anil Iknuliful new wniiiln in In the seasontt prettiect styles and colorings, at Sc, 1.118, S2.HS up to S7."i(l. Cloth and silk skirts, in plain color and the stwrty gtrlpos.nnd plnfds at from So.OOIo.SI 7.5(1. Hundreds rf silks with (ieorjretto combinations the new Dresses in taffetas, o.OI). ami $10.00. Sl.'i.OI). $1H.")(I nnd Spring and Easter Millinery Display dividual style. minstw ! Kvcrything that is new anil correct in the nm.--t stylish ".Millinery" have been received this week. All the pretty new shapes ill black and colors, the new feathers, wings, and ornaments for trimming are here shown in a great variety. Come in and let our expert doshjnors fashion a hat that will be extremely becoming to your Iif Attractie sport and dress hats for women and $.."o. st.to t at $;5.ro, STi.no. sio.oo. good looking Fisk & Hage Hats have boon rofioivetl Come in and see them. Cood looking black and colorod this weel:. wiiloM, in the high crown effects, at from A number of $:?.")() to S7.T)0. Large variety of stunning hats for tho little to.ts.ai from Mm. T. It. Kiililiiiiin. U ediienday. lied, Alaikc. S.iplliiK and aweet clovsintor er wi; timothy, ttrehaid riiaK nnd Mr. Hint Mm. M. ti. , !. MwkIuv. Ky Illu.' grani" in lim-iiatcrHildioii. 1 ilk li"i A: h'nrnau. visltwl hT Mr. iiixl Mm. Andy Mr. It. C t'lark iiml family and Mih piimita, Imt Saluuliiy. tin' KHt of hT Ida Hurte inotoitl from Lanciiater Mian Kva Wiim w SuniJV K'lvbN ot Mr. Viin. arvtita tho llrat of the wiok. Hurte ami family. Mra. Klua lUlatou la i'in!itii: a ft'W LOWELL tvn Tin' t.ilhi'criptlon Helrnol t.iuuht hv jluriett.i Kini; l proKresainy meelj . Mr. Jim (Itlnckl Millar, who tiaa been KHirl some turn. H able to walk iiliout the lio'J-- e. I Sol h Mm. Kmilv HolUeiaw r.nd Miaa fil HinJ.Tnm. J'KHAqiliitSVIIalaH wt cKs with Mr.. H. Mm. Ji'hnnio Urtmn lia bci'ii nulTir-in- g WvddiiiK l''IU muy rinn aoon. Hilh plctiiiay for a.wrul ihija. llaptlat Itilaineaa mvelliig ut tho Mm. .lo llouln wu tho KUi'it of iluiiMhliT, Mm. Itobt Elliott. Sumlav. chinch Httnday. Mrs. Milton Kuaa apont tho past week Ihaa Umio Pettua liaa been aeriouah with Iwr ilauKhtrr, Mm. 1'iank Hurt.'. nick fur Kim.) time. Mr. hiuI Mm. Frank Ilurto aio Tho.mrant of Mr. and Mm. Kd 1! I boy. ia ipiito Dic'i iik'uin. over tho arrival of an Mr. W. H. Duncan of llerca kpent Mr. Miimiii ilallard Hold a woik maro thu past wruk with bin brother. It. 1.. to John Crank for !f(5. Uuiicuu. Mini Itachel l'oley uf Willinmablirg Mm. S. P. l'uviii entertained u num- ia hero viaiting relatives. birthday dinner ber of relative ut a hog to W. I'. Ilallard Mold a lW-l.Sunday. Paul Kmch for 10c a iouiid. Mr. J. M. Wheeler baa moved to tho Word comen from llerea that Mias property recently purchased from Mr. Tory Anderson is ill of moaalea. inarica uarvey. Miaa (iraco AnJt'Mon has lecovered Mm. Jack Kldd and dkUKhter, Mita Nell, of Wallaceton. were vlaitora of from a severe attack of tonajlitis. Don't Cough Until Weak hr YJ Foley's Honey and tar bold ol an obillnalu cough and givca quick relief. It puts a hralin coating on ihe In flamed membrunca that line the throat and air pauses. It tlopt the tickling, It is looaena and rai'ra phlegm eatily. just Hplendiil lor bronchial and Ii crippo coughi, and light, whrczy Ctcalhlng. Mta. W. S. Bailey, Lasoif r, it., couthrj alimAI HELPS COUGHS QUICKLY Colby's Monty ANn Tar takes riht coDllnuoutty day kiid n.alil. until ha look Folay'a lluaay .oj Tar. Alur lalini kail couab Ixaao lo (low ua, u4 a bolll". ataaa tonlta cotacly ciucij Lea cnaia. I'l unless otherwise ordered bv county road engineer having charge f work. The breaking, measuring ai.d si teadirg of said melal shall be under suprvis.on I of count) road engineer. iii'j it.iMu Saul turnpikes are laid elf r. iins as follows Dislrirt No 1 Acf'arO::!. In I t Dix BP I saw r. jSpj tion No. 1. New Danville pik c r: rrt rods of rock. rnrrl.ri r. i'rrwv. . . IK J river with IB jgj I fl'Vf tl.uMiT rl'-'I-.t Section No. '1, Lexington i ik- - fum alci., t.r.J It caret . ft! Lanc.i-to- r to Fori; Church wit!, j pH HV i VJ I u.i v'uvir than I rod", of rock. 1 havo U "i la yrare " Jl No. JR If "U suffer, yo't can m ft - Section rock. 3. Sugar Creel, p.: with roils uf fl ii aprri'Ctnto what It A b Section No. I. iiuckove piki from i f3 rjr'.iH t bo Dtranpr nnrl fl s . rrcM. T "u a . : ; of ro. N of H Lancaster to McCreary with t!io rock. Ei; pvc Sectiun No. 5. On! Danville pike to 'li'lp l ;. J jtt Urine's bridge with rods of lock. Section No. Ii. Ciah Orchaid pi .e to (iilherts Creek bridge with nls of rock. Section No. 7. fiom tiilbeit creek bridge to Lincoln County line with roil' of rock. Section No. S. Stanford pike from -Lancaster to Lincoln County line with - rods of rock. Section No. I. Richmond pike from - OF loiJa Lancaster to Hvnttsville with of rock. Section No. 10 From Hvnttsville to rods of rock. Fairview church with Section No. 11. P"or House pike from West Point school House to end i ! n h to II :i heH iS. .nnbrnail rods uf rock. of (like with District No. 2. Section No. 1. Lex UF ington pike from Fork churcli to Dix river and llr antaville with - - rods if rock. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Section No. 2. Lexington pike from I'rjantsville to Kentucky livtr bridge rods of rock. with Section No. II. lirynntsville and Sugar rods of rock. Creek pike with IN Section No. 4. Ilrvantsville and Cane rod of rock. Ilur. pike with Huena Vista and Section No. Ti. roils of Kentucky river pike with rock. Section No. I. From C. K. Poindex-ter'- s EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with - rods of rock. eight veari "how sales nf more than i:t.."00 acres Our rrci.riN for the Polly's Hend pike Section No. 7. rods of rock. a l.iree inn unit of town and city moperty and Mtncks of mer- with of bind, le-i.l- e. chandise, aiuiHiuli'ii; to r.ere ttmn 51,:iVi.(K)0.lK) and thu buiineni va done to Tan Yard branch Section No. 8. the entire itiafnctioii of ni'iie than T.n0 clients and customeri and they are my pike from lirynntsville to end of pike w ith rods of rock. references for "fnir ilt iihn. " District No. 3. Section No. 1. Ituck-ey- c From my experience m the busines I know how, when, where and what pike from McCreary to Pucke.e to hdverli-o- . reds of rock. To the onrt who has properly to sell farm land, city property, dwellings Post Ollice with Section No. 2. Iluckeye pike from lots or bilnis property, merchandise or any real estate proposition. I solicit ttuckeye Post Ollice to Kentuck,- - river jour business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. rods of rock. with IJat vour tarin or oilier proiwity v.ltli me now. I now have on ham a Section No. .1. Poor lii.lge pike from long hut of jiurties who tiro goinir to buy something somewhere and jour propliuckeve pike to Pleasant Hill school erty muy lie just what I am looking for. hoiiye with roil of rock. To the one who wants tj invest, I solicit jour patronage as 1 know values Section No. I. Poor Kidcepike from nnd know that when jou close a ileal through me you will get "value received" Pleasant Hill school house to Kentucky for jour money. rods of lock. liver with I have on band for sale at nil times n Large Number of Farms. Dwellings Siction No. 0. Klrksville pike from Hat of property is constantly C'ttv Property t ot in the adverlistd list, as my Hvattsville to top of West Hill with -cbangiiiK. liy sales. o.pirntii s renewal', listing new properties and some of rods of rock. mj bet properties are not nduTtied at the request of the owners, Section No. li. From top of West of (larrard County, write me and I will tell j'ou Hill to Madison County line with If you nie a mis nil about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, of rock. Tealtrsville and Section No. 7. schools and churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people mid its growth. The following is just a few of the properties 1 have on hand for tide now. llraiNhaw Mill pike from realersville to Paint Lick creek with - rods of rock. i'AIlMS. Section No. 8. From Klrksville pike A furm of 178 ncree, very fertile, froutiige on U pike", J mile of City limits rods of rock. to Nina with of Lancaster, well watered, dwelling und other out buildings. 10 acre tobacco District No. I. Section No. 1. Fair-viebarn. t'PO ton concrete silo. Hurry, some one is sure to buy this one. churcli to Paint Llcl; station with A subuthaii home of 1 1 acres, on pike 1 mile of City limits, brick dwelling, rods of rock. out buildings. large barn aril other Section No. 2. From double toll-gat- e A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling Ural, good improvements, mi pike with on Itichniunil pike to Curteraville with ' about 1U0 acres i f clilf awl grating land thrown in. - rods of gravel. A fa.'m of aers on two pike, can be divided in several farms. No Section No. '3. Fall Lick pike from improvement but a number of building sites, Fine lotatlon. Land lies well. Crab Orchaid piko to Klmore'a gato - rods of lock. A fertile farm of l&i acre with splendid improvements, land lies well with Section No. I. From Klmore'a gate and is on pike. rods of rock. to end of pike with A small firm of 1 acres, with S ronni Iioim. good orehard, well located. Section No. 5. Lowell and tiilliipio on pike, close to school and CBiirelwii.'or 10 acres with large barn adjoining run roils of rock. pike with be willed. Making 35 tiers. IVwsesion ut once. ' .He Section No. i. Paint Lick ai.d A furm of lii aerva. closn u town, lrm tobacco barn anil tine building rods of gravel. Lick pike with site on pike for dwelling. , Point I.euwll and Section No. 7 A fitrnt of Qj acrus. partly rolling-- line lund, spWndid improvements right rods of lock or Oooch iike with on pike. A farm of lUi! ncro. 4 miles from town, on pike, land portly rolling, grtiwl. Walker Lane pike Suction No. 8. sp'emlid nnprovttiM'iitr. rttds gravel. with A farm of 110 ttcn of flu laud well improved, on pike uccewiblo to mar. The Lids will i e on sections but bidket of three county Mats, land IWs well. der will not bo restricted to one section. h mile from piko. with good improv-- 1 A small frm of IS Said bitla shall be sealed and a bond men Is. w ill bo rtijuired for double the amount CITY PI!t)Pi:itTV: of the bid and said bond shall be apNew tiUHieru dwelling of 8 rooms, - halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern proved by tl e lineal cojrt, and said improvements, furnace heated, electric lights, water works, umall modern barn bidder will presei.t w llli his bid tho name of his prowsed surety or sureties. and I acres of land. The bidding shall be er rod of 22i A dwelling of G rooms urd out buildings and A acres of land. Another new modern dwelling of V) rooms with all modern conveniences, cubic feet and cor tractor will be to comply with this contract A number of other dwellings and building lots. otherwise his bond w ill be declared forFor further particulars and prices inquire of feited. All bids must be lilcd with the County Judge on or before March 31st 11)17. Tho liacal court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. W. A. DOTY. ;.'t,riij et 2' n i Hn ".' "jlj 1917 ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - Headquarters for Real Estate "THE LAIND OR NOW" at - - tt, SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. i Sold Everywhere. County Itoad Engineer. in The Central Record, Thursday, March 29, 1917. r erna mn n jrrti: .aar ui CTr-anKr- au sy crof wr--ac- 1 xcckOEr u9nccwavi Hoys Com Crowing Contest In order to stimulate the growing of corn in Garrard County, (already famous for its excel lent Corn, Hemp and Tobacco) the firm of HUDSON, HUGHES & FARNAU, offers the following prizes to boys under 2 years of age, residing in Garrard County, Kentucky, for the greatest yield on one acre of ground, for the best single ear, best six ears and the best bushel of corn raised during the season of 9 7. 1 1 i i i FOR MOST BUSHELS OF CORN RAISED ON ONE ACRE FOR FOR FOR h 4 $50.00 $25.00 $15.00 IN GOLD IN GOLD IN GOLD GULD !! BEST BEST BEST BUSHEL OF CORN SIX EAR EARS OF OF CORN CORN $10.00 IN All I corn in this contest is the property of the boy raising it. Judges of this contest will be experts, not resicents of Garrard County. Boys select your seed corn now. Register your name with us and get busy. For further particulars inquire of us. son, Hughes Farnau pud & 'tumrt FARMER'S COLUMN e FOK SALE; A cool carriage and two incubators Mrs. C. A. Robinson. Two extra good fresh milk cows for Hurnsidw and Haselden. sale. dctce below inls lidding li lot me exclu-leWill Moberly bought of Jim Conn, ate of our ttruier nubscrlUr. sud it for 40-l- b shoats sor $4.00 per head. tbe isle ol stock, tjisiu sod tucb things on. seven sdver-tlMturn at the firmer cnuuot afford to ForSale Some good four year old t acceuttil oier lour No notice will lines, tad will be only iu two lue ol the mules, either single or double, acotD, tree of cbtrie O. A. Swinebroail. For Rent: good tenant. A Fur Sale: Three year old black jack. three room house for Mrs. Ida Tinslev. with white, points; also two Angus hull calves. A. I). Urndshaw. i ' Sow and pigs for sale. W. If. (Jriggs. K. F. D. No. 3. Kobt. Fox sold to Z. T. Uice of Richmond a yearling roan bull for $05. For Sule Cheap; Family mare, 1." hands.geiitle for children. G. A. Howling CO WEST THIS KPUI.NO Become Independent b) taking CP agriculture tn Minnesota, North Dakota. Montana, Idaho. Washington or Oregon. Millions of acres of land In these states along the Northern It. awaiting settlement. Unusual opportunities. Healthful climate, abundant crops, good markets, exfacilities, transportation cellent schools, churches, etc. A joung country for ambitious people Send for free descriptive literature and Information regarding the particular section that Interests you. We will ho Rind to assist you In locating your new home lit a community where you can feel ut homo and can enjoy prosperity. Write to J. C. Katon, (ieneral Agent. Northern I'aclflc Ky., 40 4th St., Cincinnati, O. I'a-cil- lc l PUBLIC LAND SALEH2S I am authorized by the City Council of the city of Lancaster to olTer to highest bidder, a tract of land containing about nine acres, more or lets. This land is a part of City Water works land and adjoins the land of J ACRE BLUE- - Fire EMlnguiiher. nursery as good tire extinguisher. A siphon of si h .i ways kept In tin- - uiiur Mi. ml, I .. It Is GRASS FARM. No. 14 Daily Thought. He l the must mcrfu! wliu Slniself In Mier. Seneca. i W. Sweeney. A right-of-wa- y will be given over the city land to the tract. The City Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids I'urchasr is to put up and maintain fences. Sale will be made before Court House door, at L':30 o'clock. Murch 31st 1117. I,. (J. Davidson. Mayor Terms cash. FOR KENT: A live room hou.'e. with light', water an J hath, also good Dslly ThoujM. barn uml garden. I'ossession given ut l eru-lie- il Every at Kirby Teater bought of Frank llourne nre. Kent reasonable. birth; when crown nlil. It sr.Mii.'. b nine shouts at $T per head. Arch I). Stevens. ' becomes mure iihsiliintiv Cliin,. I' . I'. Foley, A good Jack for sule. For Salu: One pair two year old I'aint Lick, R F. U. No 3. mule; one good milk cow, fresh and n FOR SALE:- 10 I Mitb John Roberts has been ill. HUNTERS TAKC NOTICE. Miss Cornn is visiting her sister Mrs. Fishermen especia'lv take notice Jess Dozier. Kd & N II I'rice Thu Aguement Witnesseth; Thai It. L. Elkln e, Mrs. D. D. C'enttis is tome better at FOIt SALE: Carriage and Studubak. There Should Ce r. Limit II. C. Arnold. J. C. Itigshj. In older to protect the game on our "Ilelh' mnten'til wif ,vnli nl " kiiM this writing. er wagon. C mouths without interest. Mr. F I. I'ruT,. John Tatum. lands for it period of three eiir we I'ncle Klieti. ":iln' mi l.ili ii, J. I!. Mount. It. Miss Willie Mae Calico was ill I'aint jig j rnoj T. II. Slavin. bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor husllln' to Kit i!- - iiiiirlKimt' iiir'n Lick Saturday eve. Stnr. (. jj' Ml,i.,,"y It. L. Harker. permit anybody else lo do to. nml we J. F. Adams has live mules for sale, y See It. II. Leajfuril for the latest s. (j. further agree to prosecute with dili10 well broken, four yeats old, 15J to styles in spring suits. We will add other names for "icent gence all persons who violate the game Hoaid Not, Watte Not. hands high. laws of Kentucky or tiespass upon our Mrs. Thcmpson and children spent cash. To lie thrifty ilium nut tni'im to he hinds for the purpose of hunting. Ami J. II. Leavell, llryantsvilie, Kv.. has stingy. It means tnklng good rare not Sunday with Mrs. J. M. Hell. we further agree to act us Deputy what one has. Mrs. II. I'. Coon spent Saturday with S three year old mules for sale, from 15 In waste ur iulssi,.ii (ihiiih Wardens for the purpose of car-- 1 Milwaukee .liimnil. hcrparenU Mr. nnd Mrs. Devere. to 155 hands high. riug out this agreement. Except each Miss Minnie Calico is the guest of of us have the right to hill rabbits mi pair of work mules. For Sale:--Ext- iu her cousin Miss Willie V.uu Calico. our ."nrms or permit it to he done by Will sell worth thi mono,. Miss Nannie Kldwell wus the guest ; another under our supervision, or the 15. J. II. Woods, I'aint Uck Ky. of Mr. und Mis, (3. C, Cox Sunday. supervision of some responsibte and good gentle family ForSule:-- A I will on: Cement, band, Mine, llocrf bcreun-- 1 reliable person selec'ed by us. 0nig to my disuhilities, Uriel;. Hudion, IIughes& Fiirnuu. , horse. Not afraid of anything. MARCH. 31sU H'17. This November Ifith, 1015. SATURDAY. M, Cress, l'readidsvillu Ky. J. Mrs. Wurdlow und duughter spent K. L. Elkin. begim.iiii: pro.uptly at 10 a. m., sell to J, E. Robinson, ' bales of good mixed the highest biuder, my farm containing Thursday with Mrs. Win Marslibauks. Jim M. Farru, For Sales-t- OO W. II. Ilrown. Miss Alliu Cruech and Miss Sulliei W. II. Iturlon. hay; ')') cents n hale or $1.00 per hun- about lifty aciej, on Fall Lick pike Mid Alex Walker, W. II. Moss, Sr. about Haselden llroa. , miles from Luncuelsr. '1 Ins Anilersoii spent 'Ihursday l.ight with, dred. T. A. Elkin, furm is well impiovcd with nice cottage Mr. und Mrs. Wells. F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dallon. S.LE:-- 20 buihels of go.d und nil outbuildings nml n splendid to-- ; FOK I Kigali Hubble, Miss Alliu Creach und Mr. Willie' John II. Smith. cultivated hemp seid ut $12 per bu. Ibucco burn. At the sume time will tell. .Khodis were thu guest of Miss Sulhe; I Wish to inform VOU .1. N. Ross. (1, fl. Deshon, IK'J-U- . I Klrby Teuter, 1'hone one work mule, one enrling mule, one Anderson Sunday eve. Fisher Herring, H. II. Cox. qjj aitd Lancaster Rout 3. brtKjd mare, one yearling horse, three. UugheH llros. J. W, Sweeney, Mr.GeorgeI.ee Adams und family!101 T I lW 1 4 wtu IOLale perman-on- e Withers llros, W1U mill, cows with young calves, '.p,., Saturday night und Sun Jay with W. M. Muhan. J. I. Hamilton has several pair of splendid siripper enw, nve yearling hteers, M. unJ Mw Julm t0berts. eiltly In LaHCDSter tO prBC- - William, Marcus und liui White. work horses and mules he will tell II. F. J. D. I'ope, worth the money and take u good note. Medicine Fred J,Wilmot, Mrs.' Duvid Chentult, Coon, and Surgery. J, W. Elmore, FOR SALE: Registered twoyeurold, crib; farming implements und all house John Andeisoii of I'olnt I.euvell, W. R. Cook, T. C. Rankin. Huffman llros, abort horn bull; also several young hold und kitchen furniture. Anyone deVery Quite a surprise was given to the look over place will be gladly Nina. Ky. siring Sam Cotton, Win, G. Anderson, belters. J. M. Wheeler. lo the people last Thursday eve when shown same. T. M. Arnold. Jr, W. II. Moss Mrs. Mary Clark and Mr, Jim Rhodis i of SALK-Ab- out 14 bushels FOR The terms of sule will be liberal und R. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, drove to Luncuster and were united In 371 Q made known on day of sule, good bottom hemp seed. I'hone A. I), llradshaw, llright Herring. iiiarrigtt, they will make their at Rich O. II Hendren, MAT BRYANT R. L. Kurker. Scott Huffman moi.d Ky. D, i!. (21) I'apt W. T, King, Auctioneer, I'slnt Uck Ky. It. V. Win. and Lizzie Oiistott, teed. bu. cultivated hemp U. M. (ireen, I.uncusti-- r Route 1. heavy tnilkr; one two hundred pound, l'olat.d China boar. trunk rolger, Marcellus, Ky. M.A.NSE. The undersigned hereby g'Ve warn-ing to all persons not to trespass u)i: our lands for any puriaise whateer as we will prosecute nil offenders to ful hist extent of t- - law. Hunters and. POSTED Tele May Help. To remove the smell of fresh pslnl. acre farm all in grass, put a pull of c,,M water In Hie room 4d acres need plowing for corn, tobacco ami haiii:e II i .t three hours. or hemp; has 1 room dwelling, dandy stock bam, well watered and under new Worth Trlng. Anyhow. fence. Start mime kind word on Its travela, This farm is titualed in walking dis- und iln li now, there Is no telling tance of graded school ana churches. win li the g.Miil It lll itecotnpllsh will Let us show you this one at $'0. Cull stop Seli'cteil. on or add'ess Mary It Always Popular. All the Eiullslespenklug world Mary Is tie' uiui eiiiiiiuiui t'hrlstlun THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. name, nut of eery l.tn Kngllslt IHSiple. IIS lire luiimsl Jlnry, 00 WII-HuLancaster, Ky. ir.' John, nml Eliza. 125 iiit i) Worth While Quotation. eiiiinut iniuerse; they la!!. In IhemselM'S iiul. A. llrniisiiti Aleut t. KgollktM eese What Cood Did It Dof The Wlilow "These lawjer bodies fme Edinburgh nre near drlvln' mo daft wrunglln' ulnml this Ml o' pnip-erlmi' thai. (Ill I Mi Saiiderx hail y lieer ileeil ill n'." Which? To My "In inir menial Hies ue cull either heip In, I, I nf i.'ii. rinliler nml sn ei.Hllj rthal course we lake, what points we t.ni.li ur m ran full lo do this, nml fulling, we drift, and nre blown hither ami ihliher by eNery luisslllg breeze." lj rtends. in.( S Used 4Q Years that after April 5th XT'::'!!' y tt'Mce nm' Veterinary Respectfully, CARDUI 1 I TIN WHIM'S Tmic Prmtns Walter Sold Everywhere S ' 9 Z