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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 12, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917041201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 12, 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 EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 12. 1917. UNIMPROVED LAND Sells For Over $190.00 per Acre G. II. Sivincliroiii!, the real estate man purchased of W. II. Mos tract of In M acres of land on the New D.. Ville pike for $:;WMlO Mr. Swnieliroad's long experh ri 'e i, the real estate bllsilK ss iualili. a him n judge of tlie value of land and will c he bought this land to keepittidjoimr.g his other property, he tells Us he ca'i sell it Mt a profit. NUMBER 2. DC DDE c D E1EIE5 have a lnrtfc stock of Hardware end TINNING, ROOFING, Stoves KOI! I RENT, II, A furnished room, Richmo-.- d t'. HaUMd. S: THE UNIVERSAL CAR GUTTERING & PLUMBING Cutting Harrows. Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wagons, Wire Fence m W. C. T. Tlx- - Union 0. II III meets Saturday lit All members are urged ti come. GOVERNOR STANLEY Bill. Sijns Olivtrjax Buggys and Harness Our Prices Are Right. Come In To See Us. Frankfort Ky, April 11. -- The lirst of Kentucky s new tax laws became efA good folding hed and u child's fective at o'clock this afternoon when wooden bed andSingr Sewing Machine Gov Stanley signed the Olier Tax Address I8, or call this office. Commission bill. He 1 FOR SALE. IIHl Hill Hill II I I III I In the scale of advancing business costs (ravel continues the same positive economy. ne I ill Ii rd City ( HI "" ttiuntr' salesman, manufactures, merchants, professional men every demand for motor car transportation is satisfied in the Ford car at about two cents m"e to opTute and maintain. Over 1.760,000 Ford cars are making performance and l'roit every day. Runabout $335. Tourir.g Car f'"X' ?303' Town Car 595- - Sedan $04- 3all f. o.b. Detroit. Place your order now, ill U HI ffl Hill I III I II III HJ affixed his signn MR 60GAERT COMING. Conri fell 31 Vanhook Brothers. ) LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. DG JG Old 1 urnilure lor naif, Fine ('licit drawers and four beds I'hone IfiMi. llig Dent White Seed Corn. Garrard Milling Co. ltro. Col. Roscoe Simmons will speak at I.O.ST (In Monday. Apnl '.'III.. Gold the (.'our; Houe Tuesday night A(iril Watch Knl Willi initlnl i:. Reward if 21th. rf (uriii-t- l tu I. T. Kinbry at Natl. Hank 1'residenl Wilson's address to ConKai.er Willu'lni II. lll answer lu gress, translated into German, is living the name of Hill llohenzullcrti when 'distributed liberally out ,the German Uncle Sam ge(s thru with him. that is, (lites by Hriuh awatnr. It is under- If he ai.swera at all. sushi inr same tiling i neliig none liy French aviators. War talk is almoit the sole tonic of conversation and much talk of organiza- -' BUYS FINE JACK. lion of a company hire is indulged in. Hot resentment surged thru l.exing- What is said to be one of the best, if ton a few afternoons ago when wrnlc very best jack in Kentucky, one announced a German flag was liy-- ii not the was bought last week by Mr. Joe from a window. I'romtit imestiga- If there were no nther reason for not tion was Legun and a fureicn llag waa Wright, of Hovle county of Mr. I. S. Tevis. This jack has a national reputa. being one we wouldrr't'fie a Pacifist lie-- found but it was an English Mag, cause the word is so bally hard to pro- jtion. Is five years old ami weighed PM lleyond striving for gold the Ameri- - pounds, every pound of which is A mail with a lantern jaw nounce. (uasibly manage it. Let's lall cans have no ideal. They think every- - ity unsurpassed. The price paid is said 'em t'ussylists: ttiats what they are, thing can be achieved Dy gold. Their to have been about $3,000. niegalomaiiia makes a grotesque im- anyhow. Cynthlanna Demotrat The jack will head the splendid herd f Mr. Wright. jprrssion on us Germans. Rhenische Lady Wa'nut Hill, the pullet that We.lfalische Zeituni. lias broken the worlds record for conse-(juite a number of Germans must HOLTZCLAW-GOO- CH. cutive laying has a proud family history, have the same ideal, from the number She first saw the light of day last spring who have come here and grown rich in Miss Kiln Mae lioltzclaw, daughter in an incubator along with 1.&00 brothtil is glorious land and are holding on to of W. lioltzclaw was married Tuesday ers and sisters. Now what we want to it, protected by our Hag. afternoon to J. Webster Gooch, son of know is nhat are the rest of the family Representative Couch. Elder K. M. doing. Evidently they mutt be half Certainly this is a time for industry. Tinder officiating. The bride is both ill Iwautiful ami acromnlisht-d- . frugality and discretion. Money brothers and sisters. while the nut alwa) a be plentiful and money in groom is one of our most progressive Itrporla that German agents are abundance will not always suffice if Voung farmers. They start out on working in Southern States, particular- fond is not to be Iwught at any price. 'fr-- , matrimonial sea under the hap- ly in Hie tobacco and cotton belt, to inOne sure cure for the scarcity or veg- - ,llesi of circumstances and their friends cite negroes against the United States etahlea and the extreme cost of canned wisti them lion voyage. government, has b e e n confirmed good is the home garden. If thex-oplby local Federal agents. Theseollicials of the country ever could be made to BACCALAUREATE SERMON announced that steps already lime hem realize this and act accordingly, there taken in (his district tu prevent elect might lie a vastly different story to Dr. II. A. Dawes, of Georgetown ive results from a rising out of the College and pastor of the Georgetown almut Christmas time. tivitles. llaptist church will pieacli the baccaKentucky women are asked by the laureate sermon for the I'aint Lick ( La Toilette's sieech may have pleased Navv League to furnish knitted sleeve-som- e High School April 22. of his German constituents, hut less sweaters, caps and mufflers forthe Dr. Dawes necda no intiuduction to It disgusts the American people as in- - j sailors of the battleship Kentucky, this community. Kesides his scholarly famous. That an American Senator is These lire not articles of apparel attainments ho is It magnetic speaker permitted to arise in the American Con- - which are furnished by the government Hn.i I'aint Lick ia indeed fortunate in gress mid denounce bis country while becaute our battleships usually do their securing him We bespeak for him extolling the enemv with which his maneuvering in southern waters in large audianco. i'oun'ry is at war is u striking proof winter, but the seamenof the Kentucky that this is, indeed, "the land cf the "gomewhere on the. ocean" wll need AREOPLANE FUNERAL. free," entire!) too free. Someone winter protection. Three i..ontlis will The lirst nreoilane funeral ever helil should bine shown him it was nl.o the be allowed to Kentucky women to pre. in Amerifit look place recently at home of the brave mid kicked him out. pare these articles. Westhury. L. I,, when twelve military biplanes in funeral procession dropped lluwera upon the grave of IVter Caid Millnian, an aviator mid instruetnr who died of pneuinoiiln, It is said the funeral una erv iuiiiesiv and ipiite a ORDEAL. hliectacle to thoao who witnessed the my. This certainly under uniipiu and up nge with un- Must be Gone Through Atfaln. thougnl of wond.'rs in atoro for future generation May as well face it ami jet done with it 1 I J I 1 , ll Kentucky stands solidly for war with (rriiuin. The twoSenadirsaiidelevcii Representative are standing liy the President In all he a)s anil dor. If only Stone would stop telling he wan Uim in Kentucky we would havt- - nothing tu le aahamrd of. Mr. Victor Itogaerl of who it devoting his time and money to Belgium Relief will visit Lancaster, A pri I tilth. lie will apeak to the school at the Auditorium at 2:l!i; and at the Court House at 7:30 p. m. The ed in many a day." The hill, pioviding for a tax com puhlic is cordiallv invited. mission, carries an emergency clause and became a taw as soon as the GovMAKING FINE SCHOOL. ernor signed it. I'rof. I'. II. Hopkins, superintendent of the Lancaster (.railed Schools, was COL. J. B. WILLIS in Danville for short time Saturday. Passes Away At His Crab Orchard Springs I'rof. Hopkins hus been in Lancaster for but a short lime, jet he has made Home. He a lit improvement in the schools is wetl known in educational circle! in A distinct shock wus felt in LancasKentucky. Danville Messenger. ter by thenumtrous friends of Col. J. II. Willis when it was known he had died at Ins Springs Hotel in Crab Orchard. RUNNING ON WHEELS1 Monday morning, of diabetes. Cupl. Am linurne, the Auctioneer has Mr. Willis was a genial, broad-mindejust purchased a new car. and is now liau of ipiiet and gentle disposition ready in do your Auctioneer work, no and the esteem in which he was held how large or how small, how matter by his neighbors was evinced by the far ft oni home or how close for , you kindly and untiring attention which can count on him being there for it's tliey dented to him during a lingering a "Foul." He wishes to thank illness. Mr. Willis made an ideal host, the public for past favors and hopes ulwavs in a happy humor, whether for a continuance of same. ture to the act in his private office with a gold pen, handed him by bis secre tary. Miss Minnie Muhlc. Aftei sign ing the document Gov. Stanley handed the pen to Representative Jack Oliver, wlio introduced the bill, saying as he did so, "That's the best law I've sign III HI I III I Haselden Bros. I SOUTH CAROLINA FALLS IN LINE. Kentucky started a bigger thing than she Jinew when she started the campaign against illiteracy. The South Carolina Legislature has just created an Illiteracy Commission tn stamp out illiteiacy from that State. Tirst, tried greeting or speojing the parting guest, moonlight schools out in a few counties and he will be sadly missed by those and. found they could wipe out illiteracy. who spend sometime each year at Crab Now. they are going at It in earnest. Orchard. He was a typical Kentucky gentleman, lie loved his lellowman. he loved the hoises, the dogs, he made c. pets of squiriels and birds; he loved, in tact, all life and nature. SPLENDID PLAY. After funeral services the body was "The Country Minister", rendered borne to his old home at Richmond for burirl. He sleeps today beneath the by home talent, for the benefit of the sod of Madison county which he so well C. E.'s was a success both from the standpoint of an evenings entertainloved, l'eace to his ashes! The Record extends sympathy to the ment and financially. The "dramatic personae", was fine. devoted wife and children who are left each character being represented by to mourn his loss. those fitted in every way to play the part. Miss Jerusa Judkins". the no postmistress, impersonated by Miss Helyn loung was a clever bit of act ing as was also the parts taken by Misses Elizabeth Ford and Annie MarFiscal Court Holds Bust Session. garet Klkin. Katie Karnes Dickerson, as "Roxy, Most of last week was taken up by (he Fiscal Court, arranging the county lew, ijasaing on claims, appropriating money for the dilferent roads throughout the county. F.very session had a lull ijuota of the magistrates and business was run through rapidly. levy was fixed the same The cou-itas last year, ."0 cents, and is divided u3 follows; "J.! cents for maintaining, re- e:s give the fresh air kid" could not have been better. Miller, Messrs Hastin, Carrier, Crump, Price, Tinder and Stapp covered themselves witli glory, in fact the acting was all so good one lost sight of it being an ameteur performance. Mr. Holbert Oastin showed great versatility by playing the villian as well as the whittler, while Hilly Miller was a country parson "to the manner born". Miss Mary Lee Lear delighted the audience with two solos. The patriotic songs "en costume" rendered by Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn, Martha Tinder and Mary Lee Lear as Red Cross nurses, Robert Ross as a sailor. Robert Noland and James received i Tinder as U. S. soldiers were 'with enthusiastic applause. Big Dent White Seed Corn. Garrard Millinc Co. PAYS TO ADVERTISE. n the Record "farmers column" appeared the advertisement of W. S. Emhry, announcing C snws and 44 pigs for sale. Before the paper was hardly dry from the fresh ink, J. M. Cress saw the ad and came down and paid Mr. Embry $400. ,'or the bunch. Mr. Cress also bought some hogs for May delivery at $14, In last issue of the chae county levy. PROGRAM for BALANCE of WEEK THE HOUSECLEANING ivi-ei- tlie-.e- pairing, reconstructing the various roads of the county that uro maintained by taxation; S cents for paying the various officers of the county; L'J cents to pay interest on bonded indebtedness; 1) cents for interest on turnpike bonds, due' In 11)17; cents to create sinking fund to house bonds is.ued March 11115, for if in.ooii; U cvnts for general revenue and (o liquidate legal demands. State nid will be asked for tu the Lancaster ur.d Richmond turnpike, to the Madison county line. J. . Klniore, as Treasurer ut the county filed his report which was and lie was unanimously (u ferw another four J. ears. Sheriff (!. T. llallard Jr. made his final settlement with the couit which wus ordered to record. Tile court appropriated $100. towaid building a mile of load between Iluenu Kight hunand I'ollj 's llend. dred dollars was uUo voted and ordered appropriated tu construct one miW of 1! Thursday Night. Highland in In Five Parts. E. H. Sothern, supported by Peggy mi "The Chattel" Friday Night. Mrs Vernon Castle as "PATRIA' IN WINGED MILLIONS" Francis X. Bushman, Bryant Washburn and Ruth Stonehouse in "A MAN FOR A 'THAT" TOM H1X IN "A WESTERN MASQUERADE" May us well also jjet all the hel We have a lot of ruh AMMONIA. you ean. shuts. DUST. PEARLINE. GOLD SAPOLIO. BON AMI. BRUSHES OF ALL SORTS. TUBS AND BROOMS. And Everything else that is intended to light en labor. Theo Currev. I pike on (he Wolf Ti nit road, same tu cume out of the I'Jll lew, with the Lancaster can well boast of the pret- proviso that the same amount be ranttiest burlier shop in Central Kentucky ; ed by private subscription. while not large, containing only thro Hie salan ol the Health ulricer wot cliuirt, but Hid funnelling ure omu of ruised from iM tu i-beautiful, ami from n aanitaiy voting against the no c. standpoint, all that the most fastidious Dr. Acton is the present health ollicir could wiili. and asked thai the salary be fixed ut Mr. J. K. Scale Is the proud owner im. of this shop and by his courteous treat' Court adjourned tu meet next SaturLa ment, efficient help, has built up a day frr (he appointment of u Farm splendid patronage sincj comiii); tu oit Agent, mention of which was made in our last issue. citv three veers ago. Klei trio funs will be installed this Nearly 100 German merchant vetkvls summer and the room will be heattd bv steum. The furniture is hetily in American ports which were taken MODEL BARBER SHOP. Saturday Night "The Beach Gomber" Presenting Harry Dunkinson. also BIG KEYSTONE COMEDY. a Harry Hardy, Raymond McKee and Kate Price in "A MAID TO ORDER" Admission 5 and 10 Cents. trimmed with beautiful while marble and every convenience seen in shops in for. j large cities, Mr. Scale has provided I His progressiveness should be encour-agtby a good patronage. d overby theTreasurey Department probably will be utilized in 111" government service, but whether they will be or paid for after the wur had not been announced. Romans Opera House, jjj The Central Record, Thursday, April 12. 1917. THE ARLO WAY. A Is the natural way of preventing and doing away with disease. Yott will hardly realize you have stomach If you are healthy. Whenever pnin makes ou aware of your stomach; that's a call for treatment. Not only are we all struggling for food. but every organ of our body is engaged in that struggle; and when nn organ ne it nver. Kiilney, heart, brain or nerves fnils in getting its food supply not only do we feel pain in that parti cular organ, but it makes its dlspleas lire known at the base of supplies and starts a counter attack in thu bowels. In the past the process of digestion was less understood limn any other function of the body. This was mainly due to the fact that digestion coers hidden area, stretching from the mouth to tl.e outlet of the body, and at no point Is visible to the eye. Formerly our knowledge was derived Irotn experiments In test tubes ami wholly outside of the body, which accounts fur uiHiiy mistakes that were made in trying to "cure diseases". We don't cure diseases any mere we do nway with the caus- e- and then there Is no difease. "Altl.O", the miracle of modern medicine, explains just what results you may expect. Come in today and talk It over bonk could be written about the good it WOUL11 do for you, but you will never know what it WILL 1)0 in jour own case until you take it yourself and see. Alil.O is sold exclusively in Lancaster by Stormes Drug Store. Sky Splitter. Jlnrey. the highest mountain In th Cuiplrc Mute. wn named In honor of FOR SALE AND RENT Properly Listed In This Column. 1' " " " 31 IE Nunnally's No, 5. Is a suburban tiact of 1IH acres situated on main pike with build Ing site for dwelling right at the city limits city water and lights installed, most of this farm In grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual Tills to the best lands in this county. tract has one largesplemlidly construct ed stock bsrn, one 8 acre newly con structed tobacco harm. Farm well fenced nnd watered. This tract has ItKNT Ccttages on it, aluavs tented, that produce a rental eipial to the average income on a JIlKKI investment. -- 1 CIC Ice Cream Parlor. Candies. NUNNALLY'S COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. J. K. (iAltliAIll) CIUCUIT COUHT. Collier's Heirs, Plaintiffs. VS. Win. T. Nelson's Heirs, et al. Dcfts. Pursuant to n judgment rendered herein at the Mnrcli Term. UU7, the undersigned Commissioner will sell ut public auction before the Court Houe door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, a. in., or thereabouts on MONDAY. APRIL 23rd. 1917. it being the first day of the Carrard County Court Term, the real e.state mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows; In Garrard County, Ky,, on the waters of Canoe Creek in two tracts and bounded as follows: I Tract No. L (Lying on the east sidei of pike) Hrginning at a point in the east tract of the Mt. Hebron and Ken-- i tucky Itiver turnpike (a black locust j standing en east side of pike bears 10 j feet S 51J K) said point a corner to Lot i No. 2; thence with pike S E feet to the corner post of a wire fence, cor ner to Joe Hicks; thence with his line N 75 K 903 teet to a point in the middle of a drain or branch, corner to said Hicks and to Tom Montgomery; thence with said Montgomery up drain with general course N 3S V 'Mi feet tn a point 10 feet West of middle; N !! W 150 fret to a point on west bank and 'il feet below the forks of drain; tip right hand prong N 3S E 155 feet; N 25j E 110 feet tn the middle of n water cap; N 15 E 37ti feet: N Cfi E 35 feet; N 5(2 K 22.3 ft. to a point in the middle of the Sugar Creek dirt road; thence with middle of said road N 53J W 779 feet to a point in middle of road and at the northeast corner of the Mt. Hebion Danville, Ky. church lot; thence leaving road and with line of id church lot S J W 195 feet: N Sf.l W 3&I feet to a point in Distributor for Boyle anil middle of before mentioned turnpike and at the southwest corner of said Garrard County. W church lot; thence with pike S 35 134 feet to a point in middle of pike I,ot No. 2 still with anil at corner of middle of pike and with No. 2 S 25 W 193 feet: S 10 W COO feet; S 3H E 425 Normal has always been excellent. We feet to the beginning, containing 20.81 will make a small charge for Miss ' seres. Hurst's entertainment to cover ex- Tract No. 2; (Lying on the West j pensaes. siueotpixe) ueginmng ut a point in j Sunday morning, April 15th, l)r. Can- ine miuuiu ui me. jm. neuron anu ien tield will preach to the graduating class lucky river turnpike and corner to Lot No. 1; thence leaving pike N CO W 215 at M. E. Church South. teet to a point in middle ut a drain and Monday evening April 10th. Dr. (Ii incorner to Jas. Stone; thence down hollow with Stone S 421 W 250 feet; S 37 stead of Eastern Kentucky State NorW 113 feet to u point 2 feet below a mal will deliver an address before the black walnut; S 21 W 157 feet to a graduating class. point opposite the mouth of u drain en All will be in the school auditorium, tering from the.... . east: S 51 W 291 feet ... .......i i i tug uiutft waiuui anu Willie walnut except Dr. Ganlielu's sermon, and all growing together, corner to said Store will be free except Miss Hurst's enternnd to Howling; thence with Howling tainment. , up another hollow S 30 E U7 feet; S 23 E lSti feet to a Kint in hollow, corThe following are names of cluldrtn ner to same; thence leaving hollow and who stand above 80 per cent in all their up a hill S bUJ E lbS feet to the angle ot a wire fence, corner to same; S 28 studies fur the month ending March 22. Grade 1. -- Forest Kogers, A. T Sher-roE 4b7 feet to n ioint in the middle of the before mentioned turnpike and corW. P. Ituble, Leonard Sherrow, ner to Lot No. 1, (a black locust ftand-in- Helen Lane, Viola Surface. on the east side of pike bears 10 Grade 11. -- Dallas Currens, John I). feet S 51 i E); thence with middle and meanders ot pike and with Lot No. 1 Harnett, Cheniiult Mullens, ElmerSher-row- , N 3 W 425 feet; N 10 E CCD feet; N Elvis HuJson, Georgia Illain, 25 E 193 feet to the beginning, contain- Hazel Surface. ing 0 25. Using the same land conveyGrade III. -- Chester Scott, Elizabeth ed to Win. T. Nelson by title bond from J. F. Collier de ted Jan. 1, 1870. Ugg, Hazel llrown, Thelma Lane, NelThe purpose of this sale is tn Fettle lie Currens, Marguret Daniels. Kena the estate of Win. T Nelson nnd Sarah Illcks. N. Nelson and to satisfy the clnim of plaintiffs, Lelia Ileitis anil Myrtle Her Grade IV. -- Sulouu Hamilton, Angilsl ring, amounting to S1210.95. and to di- Sechrest, Ethel Hudson, Leonu Hudson, vide the proceeds among the parties Edith Florence. entitled tn receive same. Dietrich, Walter GraJe V. -- Ann TERMS: Currens, Anna Lane, Agnes Ituble. Said commissioner will first offer said lla HucMey, Charlie land in two tracts, one tract lying on Grade one side of the road ami one tract on! liueklev, Daniel Surface. Hie other fide, und then he will offer Grade VII. -- Mary Surface. slid land as a whole, and he will accept the bid or bids that realize the most Grade VIII -- Nannie Hello Scott. money. K. Lcutt. Hampton! Grade This sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser or pur- - Scott, Hen Jennings. chafers will be required to execute! Crude X. William Scott. bond wllh approved security for the j nie Hello Frost. Kuth Grade purchase price, due in six months bear-ing six per cent Interest per annum Ruble I. une, Lillian Anna Walton. from date until paid, having the force Hiid effect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue, paynhle to W II. llrown. Master Commissioner of the Carrard Circuit Court ami a hen will be reserved upon the property sold until nil the purchase, money is paid, W. II. HUOWN. M. C. ti. C. ( L. L. Walker and J. I, Hamilton. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. f Capt, Am llourne. Auctioneer. I 2i We invite you to let us demonstrate to you one of the best AUTOMOBILES ever sold on the American market Tor the money. We can not say two much for this car as it will do everything the bifj car will do, ride you just as fast and just as comfortable. It will make 30 to 35 miles an hour on Dix River Cliff pike. Don't take our word for it, ask the men that use it. Let us prove this to you or ask anyone else. Price HO, 7(H). $5,;iH cash and balance in riUal paments d'le in 1!. .'I rind 4 years, lluy this lor a home and live convenient and accessible to the advantages of one of the best ."mail cities Candies SiMJi-ia- l loc CrtMini for this wt-ck- . anywhere. No. . Is n tract of Til ncres; has all the improvements of tract No. Ji and is priced at f l'J.'.'.Vl and is 'until the money Terms $IL'.V) cash and balance in equal pnvments maturing in 'J. a mid 4 years. No. f. Is one of the most attractne, substantial, and convniierit suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms, including halls und pantries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres We will suitable for building lots. trade this handsome citv duelling and acrnge in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. No. Is a bargain, ITU acres ;! mil es from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has tun dwellings anil tun good bams. A This farm will produce hemp and to CO tmcco, about one half in grass, price 1100 ier acre. 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated V.' in the city limits, large sire lot. in good locality. The, dwelling is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; all the city conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and Pcnch, Tutci Frulttl, Cnro-mc- l, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Serred Telephone Any Hour W. 31 O. 1 1 KING, 1 No 202. Proprietor 3C C . 0 .'i' CONCKcTb WORK t?'i'J fciW'&WiBiWi;: ..." o.i . Jj U (Jot. William U Murcy. Its Inclinn name ! "T.ihinwts" (he splits the sky). Let Me Flijure With You On Your R. M. Arnold I Daily Thought. Ho not forget that eeti lis "to work W to worship." so to be cheery Is to worship nlso, and to be bnppy Is the tirst sli p to being pious. U. I.. Stetcn- - will takeiiVKl.- Mill. No. 11. City Properly- - Dwelling, 7 rooms ami cellar, situated on beautiful Uichmond street, large lot and has all Business Head. Cohensteln (to lawyer) "Mj wife conveniences including garage and Imrn. Jumped In front of n railroad train No. -. Five roomdwelllng, modern. and u Isillreiiuili pulled her off der good barn, large lot fronting on Lextruck. I'onld I sue der city for ington St.. chenp at J.VHI. No. 1:1. Iluilding Lots- - Under this No. we (ilfer you attractive single and Dogs and Dogs. louble building lots, splendid locution, You inn keep u rial tine iUi In over 300 feet deep, toJ'.HJO. capable food," sns the Port Worth Stnr-Tclcof water and light connections. prnm. "ut an expense of about $10 n No. II 12.) acre faun all in gras, to month, while n rei.l sorry dog can get acres need plowing for corn, tobscco or 111 Ing for himself." out unil iiiake ii hemp: has i room dwelling, dund) stock barn, well watered und under new Cook Ends. fence. own hook mils You eoiild make jour This farm is situated in walking dis by Joining two pieces of metal or tance of school and courches. Let us wood und then entering It with n foe r so. Fall on or mude of green linen, he.illy em show jou this one at address. broidered in n conventional design. The Thomas Ktal Estate Agtny. Could Tell Him That. I). A. Iheiiian. Mgr. Client "How much will jour opin Lancaster, Ky. Ollice Record Hldg. ion be worth In this easel" Uiwjer "I nm too modest to say. Hut I can tell on what I'm going to charge jmi." Stalcmenl Of The Gunnsliip, Manage- Hosti.n Transcript. Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFAC'IION CUAKANTI 1 I) l'KICF HY AM NAM K C-- i 0. . . J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. 0 v0).KO'i ;i0'i.3Z - . ').::: LANCASTER, Ky. :co.iW'COi) ( RED BLOOD AMERICANISM ISXOMING TO THE FRONT I'ignt now this Country Is culling for men of stout hearts anil sound bodies. It needs them to keep DM (Dor) triumphant and unsullltd III the air ele The exigency now confronting us emphnsizes, as nothing as an Individual could do, the imHirtarce of good health, and national asset. tth . It gives Hiint to the suggestion, of ten emanating from this kis. ollice, that everjbedy slinul I guard their health ai a pricele When you find yoursclt running down and not exactly session. t keyed up to the lighting pitch, as Is the case with everbo.lj You ought to come to Nature's relief und take n course of times. The Ultimate Consumer. Frieda "What Is mi tiltiin.it sumcrV" Father The ultimate w run- - men!, Circulation, Etc., Required By The Act Of Congress of August ho dour. Is someone foiisunics hH Inst penny In keeping body und soul together." Purkt ultlinati--l- n COM-CEL-SA- R 24, 1912. Why Do You Worry? Of The Central Kecord, published Why slmulil iinjone worry? To weekly at Lancaster, KcntucM for worry shortens life. Like unci r. It April 1st UU7. The reiuts und poisons the system. State of Kj. County of tjurrnrd, federal health mtUco has taken worry so seriously that It has Issued u bul- Ilefore me, a Notary Public in ui.d for letin uurnliig the American people the State und county aforesaid, personagainst Hie danger of worrying nnd the ally appeared It. I.. Klkln, who having blessing that comes to those who are been duly sworn nccoidiiig to law, de active members of the glud hand 'poee and Hf that ho is the Publisher g u. or iiiciicy hack If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back horn- - for lack of red blood when yen answer the call of the colors. COM sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liir, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SKPi: is best for HUMAN SKIN, only Hk-- h bar. Try our COWIUIY LINl.MLN T. for all Pains, bruises, II bars 'Jfic. c and 50c bottles burns, etc lU'gally giitiniiitiTil to siilisfy CKL-SA- STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY VI.-E- CAMERAS ..AXi; SPEEDEXHLM, C vjYl) of the Central Iterord. 1. That the numes and addresses ot i the publiiher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are, Publisher, Cent i id liecurd, Lancaster Kentucky. llitor, J. L Itolniuon. Lancaster Ky Managing Fditor, It. L. Hlkln, I.un-- , custer, Ky. I i Dakoto ;I7.-3- I Jack-WhitC'Mo- on West llrondway. LOI'LSVILLK, 3C 3d Oiaw 3C 3C ii Check IX-L- ilu ' I r. XU-Ja- I JL-- JUT your J gift be cn An'sco Vcst-Pock- ct Coughs Worse at Night The limplcit and qutckcitway lo Camera. So light and compact it can be carried with you always. So efficient it can be clear pictures it takes BUENA VISTA SCHOOL NEWS As commencement draws near we think it time to announce some of the good things which await the people of Huenu Vistu. Our least of good things will start on the night of Saturday April 14th. Mies Jeanie llurron Hurst of Richmond will be with us on that night and will give Elocution and Interpretations. Miss Hurst is one of the greatest elocutionists in the South. Her work at Eastern Kentucky State) rid of a KrarlnjS, racking nilit cough, tickling throat, Lourtc, wheezy breathing Ii lo take ttt brought into action quickly. Thc sharp, make fine enlarge- Foley's Honey and Tar. In it, you get the curative Influence ol the piue tar and other healing ingredients, together wllh the mollifying and laiativc action of honey, Uitor C T, Miller, Onn.lion, loj. write. I "1 n Iroublsd vrllh broo- cbUt affection adcoulbcd voo.l.olty day saj nllbt, 1 look rulcv Honey sod 1 r ad Col r ! l.rl. Il Lm ments. Let in ihow you Ansro Cameras and their exclusive features, $2 to $55. ieii, lublinf lbrot, ir all Quickly Sold Everywhere. SripD ud ire! lor broocblu coldscrouo.couabt.' and broochUI rouSbV boarc- STORMES DRUG STORE relieved. Ilnslness Muiiuger. It. L. L'lkin. I. an I cusler Ky. That tl.e owners are;(("lvi! names and addresses of individual owners, or if u corporation, give its namo und the' mimes and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total umount of stock.) i K. Itoblnson, Lancaster Ky. Frances C. Itoljinson, Lancaster Ky. It, I.. P.ikin, Lancaster Ky. Central Record, Incororated, l.nn- -' caster, Ky. !). bondholders, That the known moitgages, und other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or morL of total amount of bonds, mortgages, ,cr other securities are; None. I C. That the average number of 'copies of each Issue is this publicutlan 'sold or distributed, through the mails or other wise, to paid uubscribers Our- -' ing the six months preceding the dute (This Information la 'shown above Is I ii,iiili-urrnm ilutlo niilillriilimm finlvl. l It. L. Klkln. Sworn to and subscribed before me 4th day of April 1917. W. O. Kigney, Notary Public. i . LVt-Jsl- f.fl for tlit! immtiy youovo ami it how iiiiich nioro (not your creililnrs re- gitnl you. The like to ilo busiuoss with n iiinn who litis mi i. mm They know he 'fsWffT turoiint & ut tlie lletter ihev Garrard Bank Trust Co. way, Is doing business in u business lik open such an account even if your nffiiirs ure not large, will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company HaHMMaHMNUMM Incorporated. Jacob SchulzCompan j Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-F-- 83, All Orders Receive Prompt Attentiod Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster The Central Record, Thursday, April 12, 1917. ; dARDS.j D. Dr. Wm. Office Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Hainey s Livery .Stable. - Lancaster. Kentucky lE ROUTE No Lancaster lo Richmond Richnosd to Nicholistille. Nitholatfille to Lancaster 11 EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-- ... .. 21 Miles. . . 23 Miles. "Any t'm; tou coodics u e Caluni. Ponder! Mr moi.'icr usct I ihe's tiled all others j. learned her lesson now i'.ij stick, to Calumet. "Unequalled for makln; tender, wholesem?, light Init. Wonl. floillrtM bi i!J Un alas nxt uli I itcirf.uai. M. l Caluirrl ltl.it must bs okai .connailctll) '.. Tirll.luius. Received Ifithett Awards ne CiCJ f ill 1. Slit In P...JC. BUCKEYE, KY. rj 22 Miles. 66 Miles. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Total Approximately . . John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky I). V. M. Paint Lick. We have been talking Gasoline Economy and here's what we mean by it Wo mean to emphasize the fact that tli' FRANKLIN has hell tin world's record against nil comers since H''h, elf ."en years, T further establish the proof of tliii achievement locally, we will on Friday, April for miles obtained frmn gallon of gasoline With, comluct h looiil gasoline elliciencv test. uing h Series 0, stock model. Franklin touring carsaid test to he ollicinlly observed who will accmipanv us nvvr tin- - chmen course and will, at the conclusion of the test, go liy three responsible, disinterested before n Notar Public and be Murn to the truthfulness of thMesult obtain d The route selected will he frmn Lancaster to Richmond, to Niclmlusville. to Lancaster n route of approximately i'A miles. ICt'LKS GOVERNING TEST. All pirn! lines leading from main gasoline tank to engine will he disconnected and only :i glass b it tic will connect to engine Mottle will then lie tilled with one measured gallon of stock gasoline, speedometer set hack to Zero aad the car. carrying four passengers, will he driven over the route outlined ahove. Start will lie made from the Central Record building. Sid lid one cllo'i he irsutli 'lent t complete the course, a .second measured gallon will he added and the route completed, at the end of which all gn ilni" rem lining In h ittle will he measured accurately anil the remainder subtracted from total gallons ad. led and the miles thus ohtained computed in "Miles per Gallon. " COMPHTITU K TEST. Anyone with anv other make ir car is prmledged to compete with the A FREE FRANKLIN in this test, provided tne foregoing rules are compiled with. FIVE DOI.1.AHS IN COLD. To the person guessing in advance the number of pints of gasoline the FRANKLIN will con(M IN (JO LI). sume in covering the route, (see conditions helowl we will give 11 n FOR-AL." 11 X I John S. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary KENTUCKY. .J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hunk. Residence t'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTEK. KY. 1 it ft w w - chc p and big can Baking Powders do not II save you money. Calumet does it's pure an J far superior to Bour milk and soda. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes CONDITIONS OK CONTEST Headers of this newspaper inlere ted m gasoline economy are Invited lo compete tor $5.(n in gold to tie given by the HtANKl.lN MOTOR CAIt CO.. to the person guessing how manv pints of gasoline will the Series '.I KKANKI.IN consume in covering the above route, Guesses may be submitted, (use couion at right) at auv time up to 12 o'clock Noon. April 20lh. I'rue for the coirect guess will lie awarded hv a competent committee composed of the three ollicial ol'servera of the test and the winner' name published. Address all communications to Kranklln .Motor Car Co., care ot I'RANKLIN MOTOR CAR CO. guess that the Series 9 KKANKI.IN touting car. stock model, will consume pints of gusclir.e in covering Itoute No. II. I Name Address Citv this newspaper. Franklin Motor Car Company. Incorporated. If fuke h e,!; ould talk, they would for Men'unti Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. tell Mruust title-- . A farmer'n wife her sood luck with u certain kind of dellcioui cooky for w leh wis ruinoiM to the fact that the mold ullh which il'e always cut out the eoil.le.s was a set of fnls-- j teeth willed t;- - her by an mint who, In her time, laid been able to cook to huat the band. Success crowned her culinary M. K. Denny and W. A. Wienie efforts because tdie worked with tills Doctors Of Denial Surgery. weird nnd unwieldy crescent of worn-ou- t teeth. Thus doth superstition leud OBIce. stormei Buildlnggrer Hurl A Aude us captive 1 sou's urnliare Store. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Peculiar Superstition. 6. C. COX, Manse,Ky 250 East Main Street. Lexington, Kentucky. COMMISSIONER'S Kentucky Low f Educational Louisville & Association. 25-- 28 LOUISVILLE, APRIL Round-Tri- p Nashville. 6; R. K Rates From Lancaster and All Way Stations. 24-25-2- Tickets on sale April See nearest L. &. limit May 1st. I'articiilnrs. Mrs. Arch Whittnker of Kirksville. spent last week with Mrs It. W. San-- ! N. Ajjent for 0 9 MANSE. Of sey cow to die last week. K. (!. Hammack sold Mr. Grant Hammonds two yearlincheiferaforWdeath. Mr. John lloain continues very low, don't seem to (jet any better but is weaker. Mr. and Mr-- , (ireen Sutton and chilHam-mac- k dren visited Mr. and Mrs. K. ( last week. Mr. Will I'arsons and family from Indinna. are visithur his narents. It. F. ' and Mm. I'arsons, Mm. Robert Reynolds has gone to ! Hamilton Ohio to visit her parents. Mr. and Mm. James Coldirou, POSTED The undersigned hereby g've warn- SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. I'laintilTs. Arthur Matlock, et al. VS Keen Well Do not rillo.v the poisons of undi jested lood lo ?ccuri.Lte In your box'Is, vlicic they arc absorh.'J into your system. Imli'irshon.con-stiiutiolicadnchf, bad blood, and rurxreus other troubles .ire bottr.J Iv.ep yaur to follow. system dc. t, as tl:j!' ands of others do, by taking an oc.rsinr.al dcs of the old, tjiiiblc, ven-ttab- lf , laiii.' liver r..cdi-cln- c. Thedforcl's Mrs. V. T. Picilc. of Uisinu I awn, Oa.. writes: "We have ir.cd 'Ihed-ford- 's BbcU-L- 'i molhcr-ln-l- a family medicine ;d take calomels loo stron;; for lur, cj t.hc used mild laxative and liver regulator . . . We use It in the family and believe it is the best medicine for the liveriiiade." Try it. Insist on the genuine Thedford's. pea pack- IMS tSX. Aly k.ou.d not Jii,it as lr .Miss Kate Well's returned to her ders, I Inline nt Knuikfcrt Friday. Mrs. lliirrison Itay had the misfor Quite u cioud of youiiK people spent tune to fall nnd break her arm hut week. Sundny with Miss Allie Creech. Itev. W. S. Taylor of Richmond ws- Mrs. I). I). Centers who lias been quits' sick was at this place Saturday. i Itt-i- t Messrs HuhIi Kurtz and T. O. Hill Mr. Jiid KohcrlH hihI family spent List Week. i Mr. l!oer AldridKu of Lancaster is '.Sunday with Mr. mid Mrs.lolin Huberts. J Mr. mid Mrs. lliirnsou Mayo epeut spendini; a few duya with Mr. and Mm. Sunday with Mr. mid Mrs. Henry Cieech. Hir.tiu Kay. and Itay of llyatts-vill- e. I.Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Anderson sent Mr. wero Mm. WillieMr. und Mm. Kav quests of niKht and Sunday with home Noel, Momluy. folks. Misses I'altiu Lone and Willie .Miles Mr. Woodson Howling spent Saturday niKht mid Sunduy with Ins friend .Mr. Itay have been visiting Misses Sallio und A ttice Noel. Ifohert Anderson. Mrs. Klizubcth Joseph and ton, Mrs. Jim Todd und daughter Miss Annie were tho nuesis of Mrs. Jim Adolph, ot L'incuster, visited Mr. und Mm. A. C. Miles. Sunday. lialstnii Weiliiesduy. Mr. Nick Schooler and sister, Miss l.ina of Kirksville wete yuests of Mr. ItUCKKYK and Mrs. Jasper Noel Sunday. MesdHiues llirum Kay and Nora Tea-- i Mm. I'ttimic l.on is visitiuK Mr. and ter, Missed lHliel Itay and Sallie Lou Mm. ltoberl Iajuk. jTeaterand Mr. Hocer Aldrldv motored Mr. Uuhert Lout; bought u home to Nicholasville and spent the (lay on from Dr. i'ryor of Lancaster. Wt'due.duy. ' Miss (iuldie McMillan wuh nuest of Miss Ivu Imu I'reston last week. HAMMACK Mr. Smillle Hill and sister, Miss Ha, Klnley McQuerry is home to see his were in Lexington last Thursday, parents. llitf Dent White Seed Corn. Will Lacky, colored, is ill with u (iarrard Milling Co. Mr. C. S. Itoop of Cartemville was a crippled limb. James I'arsons has lost a number of Kuest of Mr. Thomps Davla last week. Uog by cholera. Mrs. Nannie Kay of Judson visited There lias been quite a lot of sick-neMr. and Mrs. Harrison Kuv. recently. in this neighborhood Misses Sallie and Atrlce Noel enter tained a few friends Saturday evening. I Mr. Kayett Chad well had a nice jer- - Andy Matlock, et al. Defendant. Pursuant to u judgment rendered heiein at the March Term, 1917, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky, ut 11 o'clock a. m., or theieabouts, on MONDAY. APRIL 23, 1917. it beiiiK the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows. Located in Garrard County. Kentucky, and bounded us fallows; Ileginmng at u stake in the Wugou Ilruii'-- of I Copper Creek, corner to Mm. Hold's I lot, thence with the meanders of said branch, S 13 E lit! poles S 52 K -- I) poles in the middle I S ID K 14 poles to a stake ot sunt tinmen, mupic maiKeii as a thence S h'J W txi poles to a pointer; stake in line of whole tract, three young white oaks marked as pointers; V. lL'SJ poles thence with old line N ti vl iiotilur on a bottom, corner to I KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 whole tract, some distance from Cedur I Lick: thence with line of whole tract I lly Chester I'eavine Sid I by Rex Tea-vin- e N 75 K 10 poles to u fallen black oak, (aforesaid. Wagon llrancn; thence down lTUd by Rex McDonald. First dam 'seine with its meanders to the beginMora farter 84 lit by Red Squirrel 53 ning, containing 55 acres '1 roods and by Hlack .Squirrel. 32 poles, lleing the same land inheriti nun i suppose mere is a oeiier ed hv pltTs. and deft, from Wm. Matdeceased, and conveyed to Wm. bred horse in Kentucky than Kentucky lock, Matlock bv Julia Tschong and others Gentleman. He has been one of the by deed dated March 0, 1907. and re. most successful homes in the show rinp; corded in Deed Hook 23. page 110. Gar-lar- d County Clerk's nllice. that this county has prodiictd in years. 'the purpose of kaid sale is to settle Ho is just tho liithl size for a saddle the estute of ni. Matlock, deceased, horse und his first colts which are four and divide the proceeds among the par' years old now are showing the saddle ties entitled to receive same. units nicely. Tlili.MS; The Aulo has put the light dminc This tale will be made on a credit of t, business to u certain horse out of six and tweUe mouths and the purbut jou don't have any troubls chaser will be required toexecute bonds with approved security for the purchase in selling a saddle horse. price, due in six and twlvu months I am Koim; to offer the services of respectively, bearing six er cent inthis creat horse ut the extremely low terest per annum from date until paid, price of $15 to Insure, I am Kivini: having the fore and elTect of a judgyou for $lo what most men would ment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. llrown. Master Comcharge $25 to $40 for. missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court Do you appreciate it? If so send and a lien will be reserved Uion the your best mares to the court of Ken- property sold until all the purchase tucky Gentleman and let htm Ket you a money is paid, W. II. HROWN. M. C. G. c. c. nice cult. R, II. Tomlmson. Atfy for I'Jaintllis. NEVIN CARTER totlwl Cspt. Am. Uourne, Auctioneer. ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N 13 Price R. L. Elkin II. C. Arnold. J. C. Rissby. Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. R. L. Arnold. T. R. Slavin. C. M. Moberly. R. L. Darker. S. C. Rigsby. We will add other names for 25 cent t" cash. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesscth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lamb for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or th supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. R. L. Elkin, ThiiNovimberlSlh, 1015. J. E. Hobiut.on, W. Jno. M. I'urra. W. II. Ilurton. Huselden Ilros.. J. H. Dalton, John II. Smith, .1. N. Ross, II. llrown, Fisher Herring, J. ij. Hughes Ilros, Withers Ilros. William, Marcus and Jim White. U. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pop. Mrs. David Chenault. Frtd J. Conn, W. R. Cook. J, tV. Elmore, Huffman Ilros. T. C. Rankin. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton. W. II. Mois T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White. R. E. Henry. Ilright Herring. A. D. Ilradshaw, R. L. Darker. Scott Hutrmnii Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. Alex Walker, T. A. Elkin. P. M. Tinder. Logan Hubble, G. M. Deehun, II. U. Cox, J, W, Sweenet, V. M. Malum, The Central Record, Thursday, April 12, 1917. t he Central Record incorporated, 11.00 a yeah. Spring Colds Are the Worst They lead to catarrh and pneumonia. They weaken the entire system and leave it to resist the sudden changes. They interfere with tin-ab- le issued Weekly. ROBINSON. EDrroR. L. KLKIN. Local Editor oni) Mgr. R. K. J. nteret at Ihe Pott oniec In taneft.ltr, oint run Mult Miller. Member Ky., Kentucky I'ress Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 12, 1917 your digestion and lessen your activity. Neglected they soon become that dread disease known as systemic catarrh. Don't neglect them. It's costly as well as dangerous. elect oilier and chairmen to carry forward the word of the organization. RAIDER The clubs of Fulton invited the Federation to meet tnere and have made most hospitable arrangements fur the comfort and entertainment of their guests. A complimentary luncheon will be served each day, an evening reception will be given and an automobile Cap.. Lucas, Frankfort, Feels trip to the Mississippi river and a visit to Hickman will be among the attracAs Fit As In Old Days. MORGAN TELLSHTORY tion. esting. Rates For Political Announcements For I'recinct and Citv OIIi:es . .$ 5.00 por County Olfices 1U.0O 15.00 State and District Office 10 r'or Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per . PERUNA Will Safeguard You cold or exposure. Tone your system up with a regular course of the liquid Pcruna, fortify it aiialnst colds, get your digestion up to normal, take carecfyourself.nn'jnvoid d?.r.flr. If you or lufTcrinit now begin the treatment at once. Give Nnttac the bcto she needs to throw off tl:t cataibal Inflammation, end . ..II -- ,.?.!. iiMIti ue.u.ne- veil. Pcruna has been helping people for 11 years. Thcu.inds of homes n. rely on it for coughs, cold end It's .1 good ten!: fnr the weak, as well The program will be full and Intel -We hope to have as our houc-gue- st Mrs. Josiah Evans Cowles, of MORGAN'S 'OLD Los Angeles, California, the president HORSE THIEF' Have a box of. Pcruna Tablets with you for the sudden line , Obituaries; per line 10 05 of the General Federation. Kentucky club women should make every effort to attend the convention and give Mrs. Cowles a cordial welcome on this her fust visit to the state. The Art Department's gift to the State -- a portrait of Robert Burns Wilson will be unveiled. Mrs. Ernest Bruce llaswell, sculptor, of the Art Academy, Cincinnati, will speak unar'. Other departments will have speakers along tlieir special line. The need and possibilities nf A'omau's service, in this period of national cri'is, will be presented and patriotism will be emphasized. The .Meadows hotel at Fulton has been selected as Federation headquarters. Arrangements have been made at many private homes and boarding houses, so there will be nmple room and comfortable accommodation for ull who may attend. Rates 11.50 tn ti 6U per day. Confer with Mrs. P. II. Weeks, 217 Third street, Fulton, local chairman of hotels und boarding houses. What amount will vour club (Hedge for the expenses nf the Federation? Come prepared to respond to the appeal made at the convention. Ml clubs are urged to send full quota of delegates and alternates und to no tify us many visitors as possible to attend. Programs and credential cards will be sent later. Mnrcnn'. rnldci. lowd nnd holered by evir m.'.n ll. the Stxilli mal feared thnMigluml Hie North In Medal of 'II, r.re sl tit remembered bj their d.uln? raids Into the'wr hejit or the North. These men, nlten rldlni: diiv and night for weeks at a t me sparing nothing tn aid the cause of I'lile. earned for ll:eu.seUrs the famous Stock car carrying four people started from a standing start in high gear on the bridge on New Danville pike and pulled the river hill in high gear and when the car reached the top read twenty-fiv- e the speed-metmiles per hour. or August We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, 1017. County t Superintendent. School Court Clerk, The Prui Company. Arcade Stools. Garage Go. MISS JENNIK H1GGINS. County BOGIE. JEPTHA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY.. J. BRUCE LAWSON. I j. o. Whatever mav be our views upon uther questions, when it comes to thecpiestion of winning this war we lire brothers whom no issue hall divide. Upon this (Ueition we are all Democrats; we are all Republican; we are patriots, tirmly resolved to maintain . this Government of ours at all hazards. -- KINNAIKDBROS., Managers. Our Library. Assessor. E. II. HAY. Magistrate District No. 1. J. H. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN ISON. County Attorney. A GREAT NEED The colored school needs funds to secure and equip an Industrial department, in order that it might more fully meet the reeds of our boys and girls. It is the desire of our state and our city that we produce boys and girls who can meet the requirements of our This citizenship. requires trained minds and trained hands. Thus we are asking our white citizens to donate liberally to this cause, believing that we will give back to them better service in their home, better citizens, and a more worthy people. When the committee calls upon you. we will thank you for vour donation. J. J. Green, Principal. CAPT. MASON B. LUCAS, name if 'Mor'alis .(aiders Thei Kate "he Power of 'lielr mitu and Mri-nttl- : iuiim- - dear In tlin to the South, and thoe of Iber.i that nm bit are stilt rem. inhered and lowd Hi Ue South md honored the Voit'i Captain Lucas Popular. Among thin' I t'nplaln l:.on II Lucas, known throughout who GREEK CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HOK. H. CLAY KAUFFMAK, JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAK BALLARD. County The Woman's Club met ut the home of Mrs. Sweeney, the leader for the afternoon The musical program was as follows: Reading- - Prima Doni.u of the Woods, Mrs. Kinnaird. Lullaby by Lenov- e- Martha Wanl Sweeney. The Rosary Carrie Bell Roman. Mrs Spring Dawn Mazurka-MasHarry Tomlinson. Venetian Boat Song Mendelssohn. on, JOHNSON. Miss Justiua Johnson, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lulu Johnson, last Thursday evening at nine o'clock and interment took placi in the Richmond cemetery, Saturday morning. Although ".Miss Tine", as she was the familiarly called, had been in declining Judge. CLAYTOK A. ARKOLD. A. D. FORD. We arc authorized to announce following candidates subject to the ac- health, her death resulted from pneution of the Republican Primary, August, monia and the end came unexpectedly. enjoyable afternoon. Early in life she united with the 1917. Fork Uaptist church. During the many For Assessor Bernice Champ. Welcome Sweet Spring RuLer.tein, Mary Lee Lear. Spring Song Mendelohn, Mrs. Knland. Rustle of Spring Sinding, Mis Helen Gill. After the program it Musical Instrument Contest wus conducted and pictures o' famous comoers were awarded to the successful contestants. The Club wus indebted to Mrs. Sweeney for program and an a delightful musical EUGENE I1ERKELE THE BATTLE CRY. Our foes are the greatest Und moat powerful military nations of the earth. No one can tell how lone this awful struggle will last. iVo should understand the strength and power of our libTheir triumph imperil enemies. erty and democratic institutions among the nations. Therefore, we must win the war at all cost. The whole soul, strength and energy of our country must be thrown into this war just as fast us it can be marshalled. Our power and strength does not lie alone in u great army and navy. It takes food, supplies and munitions us The well as soldiers to win u war. families and dependants of the million of gallant sons in our own country as well us of our allies who will be lighting at the front muit be feed and cluthed. While those who possess mil tarv iualiticatiuna arc enlisting to engage the enemy Uon the drug line, let the mui.y millions who remain at home enlist in the great nrmy to produce the food und munitions needed. In our locality we are preparOur sons ed to produce the foodstuff. are enlisting for tho I runt to save the honor of our country and its Hag. Let the others enlist in tho army with the $ (frilled llyTlieUumsiiiCliibi battle cry 'More foodituir in 1017.' I Kfclgooi H i a Every homekoeper. every farmer, yes, every one who lias a spot of ground Call To Convention Of Clubs at Fulton. available fur cultivation must produce The following is tho cull to the Stale BUllicient foodstuff for themselves and convention of the Federation of Woma surplus. Remember that the surplus en's Clubs sent out by the president, will be a profit und will belli win the Mrs. Wallace Moore Bartltt, of your patriotism by increaswar. Show und tho corresponding secing thf supply of food. retary, Mrs. Ethel Gist Ripy, ulso of Lawrenccburg. It is quite interesting No matter how little our quiet little containing, all the advance news contown is reeing the stirring events that cerning ths approaching event; war brings, nu matter how much we THE CALL. regret it, we are actually engaged in war with Germany, our minds must bu The twenty, third annual convention kept upon the supreme necessity of of tho Kentucky Federation of Wowinning this war. NootlierissueBliould men's Clubs at Fulton May Ti, 1!3. 21, bo considered for the time being. I,et 25, 1917. To the Federated Club uj drop all discussion, however interesting, until after this war Issue is settled The Kentucky Federation of Women' Clubs issues this call to its memand settled right. Nor is there any place for mean party bers and friends in order that they may politics. Let us, for the moment at meet together for three days of help least, forget our partisanship. It Is our ful and pleasant association, to place and all the time. tho work for the coming year and to country Hrt, years of her identification with that body she was most faithful und zealous in the performance of all duties pertaining thereto. After moving to Lancaster she placed her membership in the local Baptist church. She loved her church and all its work with a passionate devotion that never Waver--With an intimate knowledge of the Bible, und the courage to speak out at all times, she was ever ready to give an intelligent und convincing reason for the faith tiiat was in her. was a teachIn her younger dujs-idier in the Sunday School und ever took an active part in the womens work being always ready to do ler duty to the best of her ability. She was likewise u kind und good neighbor, u devoted sister and aunt und will be sadly missed in the home from which she is taken. She was born Sept. lS.'i") and would have been 8J in September. The floral tributes were beautiful and of lovo and esteem was shown this good woman, The funeral services were conducted by Rev. C. S. Ellis and K. M. Tinder. Quite u number went witli the family to Richmond where ull that wus mortal was luid to rest. e every-token STANFORD Sleeps Like a Baby. "Well, sir, after taking two bottle. I Mrs, Mattie Withers who has been of Tanlac m) appetite Is splendid, fclecp like a baby, and eel stronger ill for over a month, is uble to sit up. than 1 haw for eurs Mrs. Will Scott of Cincinnati is the "Tanlac has done me so much gond guest of hersister, Mrs. E. L. Reinhart. that I felt like I wanted to help some one. else, and ro I IxMicht n bottle of Miss Edith Welburn of M. F. L, bus Tanbc fnr an "Id war comrade of been ut home for several days with her mine Tan tar helped me and 1 am Rind to tell otaer about it " parents. It Is upon the rieouiniendatl'.n ot Miss Julia Higgin of Richmond is fitch persons that Tanlac I" beiomhiK the guest of Mrs. J. B. Willi ut Crab o untwrsalh popul.-- r Mrs. Kmtna Daniels of Lancaster wus here Saturday afternoon. Franklin count) as I'nele l.ne ' lie In now llnihliiK in mm mill term a no more County Jailer, ami there widely known or popular ilUen in all Frankfort or Frankllii emmtv. DurliiK the war lie was Mnrc.ir, man. and hi frlende low to all him ' Morgan's old llnr e Thief." as he was alna) .ilun of fnragln partb- - whin they hud sot past the I'lilon Hues and were In Northern territory Tilde Mikp' Is row 71 wars o!d and no! long am he lelt ilial lie was Renins into tiie dn of ohl men Hi t hf fel fine auam now ..nl .is he bel'cws he ean Mrtut.lle In lii.ru' from the eimiml ali.t make a hard :i ride as he ouM In the d.u .r l In telling the stor nf Imw he i;o'. hark his health he raid "Homo time ago ir stomach wnii bark on me, and I felt .ie.i y cud li.so after eatlnc I tot so I eoulilu't leep well at nlKht and h.v'.-ii-i to net a little nertoiis M appetite wntn't what It used tn be either dulut seem to ever get hungry I Rot worr.d and decided to lr) Tanlac risM-haumm-mate- l I The Boy Scouts ure in fine 'pint hnil active They cohit of two patrols of eight each. Their new uniforms is wry attractive und ndd much to the nppnrance of the entire troop. Thry ure beginning to study tactic, under Scout mater, F. M. Tin- der and hope soon to la- - among the Lot prepared scouts in Kentucky. The lirst patrol i known as the "llcawr," the second a the "Black Hears." During the ye.ir the high diol ' brary bus lccn brought up to the star dard et for "A" grade accredit ehool. particularly in the Knglish nn Ilitory department", this was nvfes,""'y in order to remain in the nccr.tlit The grades Mow the high ' rV lndi.p.ed by the lack of f"r reference and generr, reading, adapted to the variou. grade.. n h "ult of thi lack, the pupils cn tering high school have not had the for the beH poMilble preparation The Hoy Scout niowment Is distincwork they are undertaking. tively an a.et to our country for felt b) The n.ed of uch a library of efficiency, virility, und the teachers long before pupil reach good citizenship. Theodore Rouevelt. the high c,hool age Children School Bulletin to rend, nnd they do red the liooks they happen to' have or are uble to Ijincuter children arc read borrow. Scholarships Offered. ing hook that lio adult should read Truiuylvumn College otrer free simply be caue the, hnwn t ome It hu lcn scholarship. Including tuition and mu-- thing more wholcntne 'd that, "to tench n child ' read, triculatinn fee, to an honor graduate of every accredited high Fchool in the and not teurh it what to read, . to make put a dangerous weapon Into it State. Several Not only would a hands." same offer. The Oxford college for women, 0- - children's library supply suitable renu foul, Ohio, offer n Mholartlup of the ing matter from the culturid point of value of fifty dollars u year to n grad- - j view, but it would greatly supplement High School, the work of the grade teachers, uate of the The teacher of the grades below the whom the faculty recommend. Thi scholarship is invalid after commence- - hiich chool, nre making up it list of fifty or more Ixiol.s uilod to their ment. The University of Virginia offers si respectlw grade. We hiiw no worthy graduate of ry fund, but suiely tin broad hint to suflieient. the jincaster High School. : j ''ry I lw 1 other-college- s i gl -- School Bulletin School Bulletin .0 '0&!&B 'fi'''''!')'''.:'?"' Ox- 0. Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Lee proud parents of u urrived on April Ut. Runley ure the sun, who Mrs. J. W. Williams has relumed! home after spending spending heverul days in Cincinnati with friends. Miss Alice Alcorn of Cave Springs, Gu., attended the burial of her relative Mrs. Sophia Alcorn, Saturday. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson has return ed home from Richmond where she bus been attending the Eastern .State Nor mal. Rev. Alfred A. Higgir.s and Mrs. P. E. Iump, of Louisville, uttended the burial of their relative, Mrs. Alcorn, being introduced in Tanlac at It. I.'. Mclinberts. Tanlac may be obtuired In tkenearby cities. Pai-i- t I.i:k, J. K. Metcalf; Bry antsville, Becker H Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Jlruner; Berea, S. K. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Biirgm, G. T. Schooirield; Danville. John S. Wells, Lancaster, R. K. Mcltoberts. und W. G (Adv) West, Silver Creek. I FOR SATURDAY ONLY big Line of Mens, Ladies and Clilldrens fords, almost given away. Hope Bleach at 12icts. Big line of Fancy Stripped Silk Pop-lin- s at 98cts, Khaki Kool Cloth at 75cls per yard. Silk Taffata, $1.50 and $2.00 values at $1.39. Come after the Plums. These prices for SATURDAY ONLY. 0 a 4 ? k ! iThe Womans Club! t.ooogoga lt afternoon by Rev. P, L. Pastor of the here Saturday afternoon. Presbyterian church, of which tho wus a devoted member. Those Thomas Collins of Richmond, uddrces- arn four ed the farmers of the county here Mon- who survive Mrs. Alcorn day uftTtioon on the "Importance of u daughters. Misses Kate, Puttlo and Sophia Alcorn and Mrs. J, N. Saunders i'nrm Agent . and Kindnck S. Alcorn. Mrs. L. D. Jennings of Danville wus Col. Joseph Coirey passed uwuy here hern Suturduy to sue her son, Ben Jennings and family. Little Miss Mary ' Ht his home on Sunday morning ut ono Jennings lias betn ill for several days o'clock after an Illness of several weeks. Deceased was 81 years old and spent with the measles. the inujor portion of his life here, tho Mr. und Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey und son, born in Wayne county, on March 20, Shelby, und Mr. Robert Colfey, of IK'ili. He was proprietor of tho Ve- O, were called home on Youngstown runda Hotel here for a number of years account of the deuth of their father, uml made many friends who will regret Col. Joseph Colfey. His wife pre to learn of his death. Mrs. Hophiu Alcorn, aged 74 years, ceded him to tho grave on MayaU0, died at her late home on Danville Ave., 1U10. He Is survived by two sons, Thursday afternoon after an Illness of Messrs Robert Colfey und J. L. B. Misa Mrs. Alcorn Colfey, and two ten days of pneumonia. had been u sufferer of rheumatism for Ella May Saunders and W. W, Sauna number of years and was unable to ders. Funeral serviced were held Mon throw olT the later disease. Mrs. Al- day afternoon ut his late residence ut corn was the widow of the late Judge 3;'i0 o'clock by Rev, Joseph Ballou und Jus. W, Alcorn who passed away about Rev, M. D. Karly, aftr which the in three yean ago. Funeral services were tern.ent followed in the Buffalo Springs conducted at her late home Saturday cemetery. I G. M. LYONS. OUR NEW I WALL PAPERS Not are Beautiful and Expensive. Let Us Show Them To You. MoRobertsDrugStore The Central Record, Thursday, April 12, 1917. SPECIAL OFFERING OF SPECIAL FITTING. MAKE YOUR DREAM SHOE COME OF A PERFECT .1. eJ I Every Woman buying a TRU- E- SPRING SUITS. These Suits corporate all the latest style features, arc attractively tlmmcd and jy "..U 1 i Gossard Corset in is fitted with utmost care, so that she may have a model that lend grace and beauty to her figure. Our stock is now complete with the newest models. By seeing' our line of pump? ,twn OXFORDS -- beautifully finished. See them before they are picked over. which are so dainty, so fetching, so designed to emphasize the lovli-nes- s of your gown, that you instantly recognize their refreshing d&TM "Jtef Mi nr i b. THE Jno. Deer Riding Plows,' Disk Harrows, Wheat Orills Binders Mowere Corn Drills, Planters THE HKST ON ft I JOSEPH ' MERCANTILE Miss Llla Mae Sutton H visiting rel-- 1 . atives in Lexington. Mrs. J. II. Soper of Richmond viiitnr here at he r former home. Mr and Mrs. I!. I. Drowning spent Kaster with their parents in Lebanon, Mr. Jacob Y. I!otnnon is at home from u stay in Columbus and Atlanta. COMPANY. Where Quality Is King. The One Price Store. Mls XUY. MARKET j 1 Gossip About People th l,y Thoic Wt In. ' ' Sallee and they, are lioth hopeful' fur the new departure in school work. I'arents can rest assured that their hoys who join the garden squads will be' helped hy Messenger. this new plan. Danville WATCH OUR Bourbon Chicken Medicine and House Exterminator1 inntket. U.lln.rln Dlnu.o ni ft Dl uiivci riuvvd anu ajiaou&c miiaiuc i iuwdiMj a ti,i M.nti,n a A't comi .i .'ntirtiltd ... Ooinc ... Wo are olli ti4 our Alluinm are and dlns v.nre in cost xmmmmmtrlmam4 M , llelyn Young visited Only a small lot of AMERICAN FENCE left, the best WIRE FENCE oti Itichrnond, Dmler. tin- Mis I ' friend-- t an efficient I Miss Pollv Ueynold's. suffering with Vid clerk at Dickerso'i's, measles. ( H'lll. Monet Guardian. . SPACE " MM 11 IN THIS COLUMN. v t) Loan. 11. J' 1 EACH WEEK J. R. MOUNT & CO. """he Mif Lillie Noel of Danville, m Mrs Tom Austen. vuil-in- Square Deal Houe. r.M.S. HATFIELD fi DENTIST. Mr l.uzie Tomlmson llurKet viited Mrs H firry Totnlinson last Heck. Mr. Allm Johnson retilrneil londii to Akron where lie holiWiiuice yoition. !tev. C S. Klli'i of Virginia, will till the pulpit Ht the Ilnptiit church, Sunday, April !nil. j Dr IVintUJ Walker and family, of LOST: Ladies pocket book contain- !ini!rnati. utm nnw tnenteil in I.nnens Mr J. I!. Mount leaves tuinoriow lor ter. where Dr. Walker will take up his in Mbout, ' lhi"k " was lost ,n La"'" t Ollice ft. rnoNKS i liciideiice :17'!. CU9,,;r- - Kew'irl ,f a visit to her (laughter, Mr-,- . T. M. profession as a Veterinary Surgeon. ollice. Wilroti of Howling tireen aV KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Mis. Win. (tarrigue of New Orleans, Mlsit s 1'loience Jolm-- i rMna stoppeil otf here for a viit t her parand Kggs For Hatching: I'ure Uuir Hcrkcle returned Tuewlu' in Ofotd ents, Mr. and Mr". J. II. Conn, after strain. 10 lor , or 1UU fur So after the Spring vacnin.n. visiting her si.ter. Mrs. Katheiine :i W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Alfred llrent. of Lexington, is Tinsley in New York City. FOIt SALE; One ft year old mule, Greater ami lietter Sunday Scliools for Greater ami Hcttt r Kentucky vi.itlng her father, I! II. Toinlintnn j The tollowing from the Tulsa Ola.. und family on Itichinnrd St. coi respondent to tourier Journal is ot ' one liars e uml seven two year old mules i "Go-To-Sunday-Schat iiurton'a Djrn. Chat. Thompson at'il daughter much interest to our home fo'k; ool Dickerson anj Carrier. Mis Kuby left Tuesday f,.r St Joseph HIVES KENTUCKY I'AIiTY. Mo. to make their flume home. " "Mrs. J. Wesley West, of Tulsa, j all Kentucky is j all colors, at FUi: SALK:-Dahl- iai, I . Dr. Anion whs called Lexington gave a Kentucky party this jyeek in Hetty home, also at Currey's or Fowell's Monday in IntercM of investigation honor of her house guest. Mis Mrs. II. C. Hamilton, The guests store. Weat. or Lancater, Ky. 'proceedings ut Statu University. ' of the party were all former residents 3 I ' Mr. Storv llerron. who has good of Kentucky before coming to ()kla- IKisition at a Icichmond gur.ige. spent homa. with theexceplion of f.liss West, Men Wanted with hoise and wagon, I the week-enheie with Ins parent. to sell F. W. JlcNess Sanitary Itemed- who still lesides in Lancaster" f)nf Million Pf'nnlp will Httenri! ies: the only sanitary line sold from Mrs F. S. Howard and cluldre I) t)f Can make i'M a month. Apply , wagon. Come, let US gO tO Sunday SchOOl! IVnmngtondap. Va.. are vi.iting hir, to Furst and Thomas, Fretort, 111,, or u.int. Mrs. Milton Ward and familj. ' L. D. Carter, Nicholasville, Kv. KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Misses Llizabetli tiibhs tnd Anna BECOMES A BRIDE Ilelle Ilurnside have returned from an I 'extended visit to Texadi and Ahilmma. ! Much pre-:-e- d w as m Lan- f It. K. Mcltohertn made a -- hoit visit to Mrr. Ilarvr Mcltohrrti of Stanford tliii week. Mr. Friends of Mr. John Farra are de- -' lighted to fee her out after an illness of several weens. j Misi Fannie Scott, ot Crab Orchard, is now the ellicient night operator at the local exchange, and is pleasing the many patrons by her services. Academy post cards to friends from Miss l.ily Dale Grant, tell of an Kaster visit with Dr. lirant. to Midshipman l.ucien (Irant, at Annapolis. Mil. day Kauirmin, KOK SALK: Good Jersey milk cow. Fresh witli fecund cilt. J. K. Kobinson. FOH SAI.K; 'i bushels extra bottom hemp ttid. V. M. Uurgess. I'aint Lick. Single Comb liroAn Leghorn Eggs, ur - cents. 100 lor SI. ml CASH. fclrle C. Farra. ijoj( -t , We have a new line of Sport flats I i t"J. '' Plain Sailors & Bangkok for Friday and Saturday. Nice line of Veils and Children's Hats. Prices to iririi Day" suit one and all. lr. for MA Y 6th, 1917 P Arnold Francis I'ublij Square ' I PEICES TOBACCO On DOWN ON I COTTON. it sliippcil direct friini Itehcrt L. Elkin and Dr. Marsnall Dennv attended the funeral of Col. J. It. Willi at Crab Oichnrd Wednesday, Miss Kate Lynn Wood of Stanfo. J. . the nttractiro guest this week of her grandmother. Mrs. U, A. Sw.,ebroad. .Mr. nnJ Mrs. II. U. Hughes and Mar- aret Elltln Hughen, of Louisville, spent the week-enwith Mr. mid Mrs. John Mr. urprie t NOTICE, MR FARMER, easier by the above head 'Hies in a, We have a limited amount of t hoke San Ange'o, Texas paler, when tl.ey were seen to ri late to one of our font Cultivated Hemp Seed that we will la'J'. hni we congratu-- contract and buy your li'l" crop of lint '''r at $14. tiet jour order in while thffy S. S. S. Lumber Co. last. h At the lesidince of the late Judge J. 4 5.t f. ' ' NOTICE I Mner 1 have opened up a l'8"l'' Kobinson Cook, Willie II. West. Hn'-Uamey, and Charles Sanders of M. M. I. have been upending n short vacation at home. Mrs Will Lear was called to Lexms; ton Saturday, tu the home of Mr. Will Woolfolk, whose daughter. Anna Lee, is very ill- - iicniniit of Imyini our tiiliaccn cotton early last W. Timinins on Wet Twohig laniue SHtnrday evening at 7 o'clock, the Itev. HEMP SEED FOR SALE. A. 1'. Cuiiniiieham. nastor of the Fiist! 1'ieshvleiian married Mrs. ,Toth farmers who are thinking of Elith Mcltlll Cherry and John 0. Hum-- 1 "wini! hemp this spting. 1 will sell you -puil'le and buy jour ide. The bride is one of San Angelo's i nj nine hi uiniin-- i niairi m'm most pcimlai Joimg women. ll.H.COX. Pr'"-'- - proprietor of TV Cherry lint Shop. PLUMBING AND i,h. l'hP TIN SHOP in Lancaster, over J. R. Mount & (.Vs., store. I jluarantee :ny worn to liive satisfaction nnd in prices will lie rifilit- car, in HAI.E LOTS uml having RED CROSS SOCIETY. NOTICE. tins mill?, we are in a position to offer it to yon at prices cheaper than we can litiy it nt wholesale l!elow we quote you some prices uliich v.e absoluie-l- y fjuarantee to be Le!ow the present wholesale market. Hanover Sheeting at 5cts. Double AA Grade at 4Act. Single A Grade at 4cts. 1'IIONE 27 to save some of this ennvrts for you, (or it is liolni! fast. Place your order now ami no protected aiainst hi(!h prices. All persons having claims against 'Hie Lexington chapter of the It d the estate of the late J, M. Turner, Cross Societj', to make a fund for pri Mr. Jfisi-Oullcwill present same to me properly prov- uml wiff, ami Mi .,!?.... .....(...., I f ... :...... .v Those Indebted tu said . en, nt once. ' eu ' is. 111. 20 ami -- 1st of April in the '" wil! call and settli. Company lluilding on Short St. In Lex. estate :'t tl. J. 1). I'upe. Administrator. Lee Wooltolk. ' ingtou. The sale will consist of coun- j - try supplies, antique furniture, jewels, Miss Shouse, one of "JosephV wpi Uiar clerks, has returned from a few pictures, flowers, plant, shrubs, nrnu- davs v I J i I to relativea in Louisville and incuts, eliinn and many other desiiable Lavvrencebiirg. All the people of this com- artuleH. You to jjet our free cataloti on i ' !,lU'ml Me.-r- s John Farra und Hob Corn.). "T:,v, ur" invit,'J1 lnc,, M Mrs. I'. D. Simpson, Misses F.liiabcih Simpson and lVrmelia Itobinson. motor-- ' wl" he j tr.t.. Your business will Wanted ''" cu' Fruit and Shade Trftes BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Collector and Mrs. John W, Hughes have gone to Martinsville, I ml., where Mrs. Hughes will bo In charge of u physician for a severe attack nf rlieu- -' mutism Mrs. II. A. II. Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton of Lancaster visited Mrs. Louis Landram Wednesday ....Miss I'orter Hudson Is having a de-- . lightfu! visit with her aunt, Mrs. Wil liam Karnau in Lancaster ...Mrs John are S. llaughman and son, Ilruiihain, visiting relatives I n Lfxington and Nicholas vllle. Danville Messenger. Shrubs. Graoe Vines, CHOICE GARDENS. 'Rhubarb. AsDaraRus,, boyn of tlie pubhecchools Roses, Strawberries, of Danville liuvu joined the great tirmy of gardeners and expect to show the Seed Potatoes, Dah Twenty-fiv- e I I "old fellow" how to grow vegetables right. Everythint! for Orchard. Lawn and Mr. llyman 1'usnin has generously Garden. given a plot of ground adjoining the 1! road way school for the experimental Write for free Cutulogue. No Agl garden. Miss Kdnu Sallee, tepresent- & Son ing the Junior Civic League of the Is tu be the director. Woman' Club, Lexinuton. Kentucky. 1016 1841. Supt. Carnegey is with lias, Ete. i I Lookds far as 70U like -- You full bc-utl- LV. will never llnd nwre Will Papers than. I can show you. $it in touch wltlt we today H. D. ELMOKE H.F.Hillenmeyer Paper HaniliniJ A Specialty. jji.iui..,..........i.ii.m.i7 The Central Record, Thursday, April 12, 1917. Wednesday. Mr, nnd Mr. James 1,. Krancls were l Mlhlfu. dinner on Wednc Mr. Tom Hrolas who has been quite LmciUm RtadtlS Can No Longer Doilbl ,'"" Half Mile Record sick Is convalesing The Evidence. Mrs. W. M. Kldridge returned Wed-- . Trotter: Mahogany Bay; 15.3 Hands; Sire of Seventeen In The List. Mr. W. I Doolln lis returned from t I. IV. It" KrrnlMt of fckln rfnMt, stay In Tills Lancaster citizen testilied l0"Mincsdav from it two innlhs a visit to relative at Somerset. unMghtlr nntt inmMi will rcmnv thr II T.. Sired bv Adbell (sue of r.n), he hy Advertiser 2:1SJ (sire of &i), he l.y potrn kln n (Met Inn thst hirt tuAl jottr Virgie Clark of Danville is vis. ago. Mi IILV A tuintai. That lnll rnhlf Itrhlnt. Klecti.ineer 2:1,1 (sire of ll'si.) nod Mrs. K.unk Smith Mttiiulrd I'r. Told of iUlck relief-- of lli.iloulited mi tn mine nn.t dltoomfnrt will iting her sister Mrs. Norn I'rewltt, Dam Mantua Maker", (dam of 11), hy li.d Wilkes (ire of I'll) he l.r dor the nuiRlo Indtuwo vt ttiU iviikMt. It Kaster services at the Kit at Cliilstim Li' n H lit. Incur- - Ceorge Wilkes (aire of Ktl. I'mnuunoiil rim! mnuy Uig lrnt White Seed Corn. Chuich in Itichmoml. It will Uk flhlc ami will rrneli our i The facts are now conliimed. In nlfering Wiltondale lor pulilic service his superior as an individualjaad (larrurd Milling Co. nnl ih Jut a fiw nitmittit t ha utm tn lu tinnkwtj-cMrs, T. S. Todd Mid Miss lies, While Such testimony is complete -- the IWn whni mir riiMTlvnft lie is absolutely in breeding has never before been offered in this section, (Villi Orchard has Wt want tn Mr. 1'oj titer of cimlomiTS. of llii'hniond were guests of Mrs, j rlrt MtWlcil I. trUl. 2.V, W)c ami jnu OH. sound, u fast race horse, a champion hnw horse, lowing b'-eevidtnee conclusive. shown 27 limes, $t IK II. been visiting Ids son Mr. Ivh I'uvnter. Annie llrown Saturday. tnir ronry baik unlri (tut flrtt UttU winning 25 blue convincing proof of merit. It forms His rihboiii. He is a great breeder and a ure foal getter. J. us Hwn rrllrr mi. Aik.II. I.buut k,) Jwur Miss F.lhel Smith nf I'reb Orchard is W C. Davis, tailor, I'ulihc Siiuare. kLu b,nlilijr. Master Saulley Hughes, of Lancaster It colts are good looking individuals with speed, ityle anil durability . raa.ing an imlefiiiite stay with her sis-- ; Lancaster, says: ' Some time ago, mv spent tfaster with his grai.dpntents, He Hill make the season of l'.HT at mv stable, s miles from Lancaster, For 15 Year. 1 j kidnejs were in bad condition. uf- - Mr. and .Mrs. Ur Mrs. Florence lliggins. J. I., l'rancls, Wm tke Standard three miles from llryantsville, near the Lexington pike on the Iluut lane beluw my hack and the Turk church, at Miss Susan K. Sutton attended the 'rod witli iaina Hcru The nionthlv Meeting of the W. C. T. .....,s. ere Hmn funeral services or Miss Tine Johnson ' was Mj s,lturJav afu.rnoon , ,he U. H. Mcl'olierts. Lancaster. Ky. a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt to I regular in uction and I hail to get at Ijir.raster last Saturday morning, ,um. f Mrs. J. ), Jturchell. many times at nigni to pass me Kiuney . . Until Season is Paid. and Mrs. Mid Koss. Mr. and Mrs. I r. The inissionary hand under Ihe skill i ,..,.:,,,, i h,( m..l,iVui.u MT. IIE1SKON It. W. (ul training of Itev. J. W. Mahan and ,0 ,o , tm, anJ motored Kitriile and Mrs Sallie I.mwsiiii M(jy Mr. Tims, Hicks sold a cow and calf to Cincinnati Sunday. Misa Susan Iv. Sutton, hope to reach i.,tILrur.i. Kl.lnev fills I m.nrht l'ernissus in a few da) a, Lu ready ur ri,uf o,l i (hint n,..., Mr. Kdwin Walker of M. M. 1. spent to Mr. I.em Teater price $M. nnu bM.. Ky. Route. Mr. Thos. Hicks buughl of Mr. Curt the appointed day. the r'aster holidats with his parents medicine." (Statement civen April j Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker. Darker a bunch of hogs for $V. The church will hold its monthly . l'J12) llig Deri White Seed Corn. A(J A I.N TKAISKS DOAN'S. business meeting Saturday at 1 o'clock I.ittlt Miss Uollie Woods has return. (! irrard Milling Co. II the Missionary childrer. are expected month with On November 17. ltflC Mr. Davis' rii l'0,ne atter spendinK in .N'lcholasville. Cecil, the little sou of Mr. and Mis. to be at the church precisely at two said: "I am always Klad to say a rikxI j 'wr Brand-parent- s o'clock, same afternoon. When' Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Todd of Kich- - O. A, Montgomery is ijuite sick with word for Doan's Kidnev 1'ills. Kecord 2:2,.tJ. Trial 2:1 1J. Missionary day will he observed l)V I have any signs of kidnev trouble, mond were guest of Mrs. Todds grand- - rheumatism. Mr. II. A, Duncan has been suffering S. S. next Sunday mornine at 11 Doan's Kidney Tills are sure to give mother Mrs. I. C. Itucker on Sunday. the KENTUKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE. Mrs. It. I!. Woods spent several days intensely from sticking a thorn in his nVlnrk. The nredominatinir feature of me relief." W-'- , at all dealers. Koster-Milbur- n in Nicholnsville the i.astweek the euest hand a few cljjs ago. Ih nroeram with the nastor is the I Roml Class ami lircnling Clnss at Ki'tilncky St.ite Fair 11)11! Winner ' of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John K. Miss Hernie Montgoirerv returned contribution which he hopes will be Co., Mfgrs, HulTalo. X. Y, I Whit Wednesday from a pleasant visit with liberal and exceed that of last year. Kslk S'KliI I Mr. Kverett Winburn of Richmond ' friends at Cartersville. Hf uf Jt tn' rrch ( NiHttitU The standard is $.Vi. Everybody invited. I'AINT LICK r Mr in HriHix iv;v 01 me Sunday to assist White and Kid-di10 U IU Let everybody remember the ap-- , t iM., i l'i i.rrat Unmt Mur Mr. l!oy Cosney of Detroit oneof ouri ! M"', tie Mrn.lHlllf Mm l with their painting and paper pointment for preaching at this place I V) Woods entertained at rook "ice . patriotic youiig men. who has been' "iTr ol I. iIrhh i m Hanging. ' tlrtKtk l.mint tw4, SumNy morning and evening itrrit hr mm working in an umunition facDry came on Tuesday afternoon, t.-frliir O ' Misses Minnie and Maud Conn and Mrs. Jack Davis visited her mother Mr. and Mrs. Odus Uolierts and chit-- 1 borne a few days since and will be with to. t ji- s lunM "like. ii. brother Claude of Lancatter spent dren of Jessamine were th guests of his parents about two weeks after m Lancaster the past week, lrr uf tl H 10, ttf L. grandmother Mrs. I. Mr. and Mrs. li I.. Grow for Kaster with their ..far ' ljHrtt I trtrl week will return. Mr. Oosne.v stat- which he the Ml. and Mrs. D. W. White were vis-e- s . 'f.', Hf Hrihmtr im J. Hucker. e Unm tit Hnwti f M . Im end. "lam glad 1 can serve my country bv ' iiors in Kichmor.d Thursday. 1 Mrs. (leorge Todd and daughter, ,king shells ns I cannot go to ar."( M,,a Jeanette Kldridge MinrlfMt (it J tT' half it 1 17 lt ftt Mrs. Ernest Montgomery ntr lelurned ami Mr. HarCv Helen, Mrs. Tom Logsdon and Miss Ivr Hilrbl Ilrmik home Tue? day from a stay with her, Hot It U , flfi ( rl HiUnl f i , A very unusual occurence took place , Francis motored to Ltxlngton Saturday. (lonevu left Thursday for a viit to ' sister. Mrs. Win. Vanderpool in Lex HttMik 1 irt. II11: 1 In a few days ago when a good sized white Mrs. H. J. Pritrick ami Mins Mallie relatives at McWhorter. Ky. 4 i ami I. Hit ingtno lsm ul I triii Mmhii i dog raided Mr. Isom's hog house the Wood spent Wednesday in Itichmand. 1 ltMl( In Mr. t). C. Itucker was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed (.row and little 1 lr doc had just driven the old sow from Mrs. Kdl Williams ami daughters her parents at Whites Station the past daughter, I'eKU were the guests of Ills Meaituw llrik 2 . Silent Ilrmik IW.:'. 2 berden and was in the act of making a spent Easter with her parents In Itich- - week sire of Hilly llurk 2 Mis llessie Cochran returned parents, Mr. and Mrs W.N Grow at Shanbay 2)7. Zarrme , llett llrook 2.WJ, 0S. meal oil or the little pigs' mi'd. Emma litook 2 I'.'J. Lady and remained until ufler 1'leasant home with her Hill. Saturday nii'ht and Sun- - llellbrook 21U, Hotter Itrook 2:lli, Silent llrigade (2l2:lt, Margaret llathgate when Mr. Isom pulled trigger just in) Mrs. Carlos Hedrick delightfully day. (I) 2:111. etc. Sireddamof Chatty Direct (I) 2.071, elc. Hi dsui. Jenny time to prevent it. Trie dog appeared T,,P Wrih OI the contracting parlies also proilured ItecHie Clav 2:2'i. and was gramlum of I'rue 2 2IL three nights successively at the same tertained the Nickel Club on Wednesday afternoon. , Moko 2ll."i7, sire of Kerenn 2:0.".J I m inner Kentuck) Eutiirit).! Ilrenda York benr. nfrf yrry mucn curpr,,,) . vnrn that .Miss Elizabeth Iieasley of Madison Miss Geneva Hucker and Mr. Clarence SAFETY-SERVIC(II) 2.0.SJ. (Futurity winnei) (5) 2:011, Native Ilelle (2 2(7 (Futurity wiunerl week-en- d Institute spent the with the, Todd of Klchmoi.d had bctn married at li "n3" I1'1"""!""" :1 vearold till v. Mannco d) 2:071 (Futurity winner.) home folks. Madison Indiana on the morning of vrr i;'lk ":t,M. ""'e N- - CO (Futurity winner,) (Jotnoko 2;li. Mobel April the fifth. Miss Geneva is well 2:101, Mochester2:IO. Momaster 2:11. Silikn OH 2:111 (Fuluriiv winner) etc. Mr. Woods Walker was in Sniith-tiel.. n COmDInatlOn I Dig O Sired dams ,tt The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallioii.i Vitu (I) 2:(i, Thursday and Fiiday, the guet of Mr. known anil loved here where she has 4 W. Walker. always made her home until the past Martha Tipton (I) 2:0;'l. "Neil CI) li:lMJ. etc llrolher to Humps 2.031, llaron mhtn Left ia r uod cuituiiionwita lu 'Hr "hrn Uv 'rnt ,0 Jlailis"" , Mrs. Walker Gujn and chi.dreiispe.it In BOURBON POULTRY REWCOY when AI llleucher ll'd.V, record 2rJl', trial rule 2:1 (J, half in I I;, last quarter in I'riday in Stanford the guests of Mrs. K lnto " ,ra"n" scl"o1 "r "'Ursea. fwdroitAtb:rlDklnf wttr 'IU seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 11(11 vllluls. He ( MU Dwaiiur Dabtar Mr. Todd is one of Kichmond's enter- W S. Eish. tnt BBBBBBBw ' ' greatly resemb.e bis good sire Silent t'.nnik and Is out uf Clayo. bv the great I prising rural mail carriers and is indeed Mrs. llessie White of Covington has Futurity sire Moko. to be congratulated uixm the lady of " s Agency ai drutiutf Foreign demand has taken over one million horses from this country, ami An- I been the guest of her sister. Mrs. br niAil bo!"v . his choice. The voung couple will re- . ltd. louitr thwlc tt on rivU nie Drown. Bv Wt" ln"J future. Our ailv.ee to mare side in itichmond and a host of friends AISO 5-1- 0 Year Fami !.owners is''1l)'cl ,M'"er prices fur ourtohorses in the tu fi I.UII8I IEMC8I C- luli(Ui. If I to breed their mares and breed them stallions of merit and prov- Miss Mary Dallard of Whiles Station i wish for them a life filled with hai.oi- - I . 'en worth as aires, llleucher is just the type to produce the eolts that will sup Sold by R. E. McRoberts. Loans. wfs the guest of Miss Nannie Campnell i.ess. Ills colts have proven tine, with nice head and neck and plenty i ply th" demand. of bone and conformation. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1VI7 at im stable A A A A i' MARKSUUKY DOUBLY PROVEN I Famous Wash WILTONDALE 2:20i; Trial 2:14. Heals Skill illpirr 39162. Tnck. n. "" a DT Tfc jLFa $20. Insure ,,' i,.i;,. )n', Star Robert R. Fox, Lancaster, BLEUCHER 46158. .'', y r.. Cl. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY Itie ... Insured 20 The'" iT HUlllClC). DA TrinmaC .aaa a a a a a Lancaster, Kentucky, at ON TIME Our Stock of. Cook Stoves $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. 1 will also stand this leautlful Seet at land Stallion for the season of 1917 my stable in Lancaster. Ky., at $10. I To lisvre A Living Colt. am nreiiareil to take care nf mares Lien on colts for service fee on grass at III cents a day. Are ft O What You Want, pi j Mone Incident but not due u hen mare is traded or parted Willi resHinsible should any oncur Care taken to prevent W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. They cook the but do not cook the cook why be cooked while cooking. food, hen pi t par ii s a meal over the coal cooking" stove. Husbands and sous should look after wife and mothei better than that Srt ecsn dboi s and screen windows and necessary repair parts for old ones will be on hand in due litre to keep out the house-flLook after him before ho locks after ou. The only way to defeat him is to prepare before he cotnei.. Remember. "PREPAREDNESS." o is it not so that the house wife is almost tstt atc-- v ROGERS DENMARK 416 By Kamey Denmark 61 & 0 y. D O He by Hamlet III) by hy Cromwell 7;t by Washington lienm.irk M lingers Denmark, 1st dam .Miss ()i:!en hy Dieunoii Ileiiinaik. L'ncl dam Miss Wallace, by Holler Deiimnik. hy lliirudel 1 1:1. He is nine years old, dark hay Willi while star, 15) hands, showing nil the gaits under saddle. He ia just as good individu.il as Ins puligroe would indicate und has proved n good sire, his colts having good action, lots of style mid eail controled. This horsu uill muke the aeasm of 1U17 tit the farm of It K. Conn on White Lick. HI miles south west of 1'aint Lick, at Building Material of All Kinds. O Q 9 v$ 10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. luv splendid (9 At same time and place will stand four year old Jack A LIVING 6 JOHN GRAY, AT S8.00 TO INSURE COLT Iiervey & Paint oods Lick, Kentucky. W JOHN (iKAV is ii gray Jack. Hi handi high, good bone and ear and con shared one of the bust Jacks in this neiglibjrlio.xl. lie Is royally bred being by Long Tom, lie hy Wm. Todd'a big Jack, he hy Marmaduke. 1st Dam by Hilly llrecklnridge, he bv Ilourbun Chief, 2nd Dam by Ilourbun Chief, Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible khould unv occur. Lien retained on colt until season Is paid. Season due when mare U bred to another hore or jack. . Faint Lick, Kentucky. hi. ip. oozsnsr. Route No. 3. The Central Record, Thursday, April 12, 1917. WILSON ISSUES PROCLAMATION 'mS.vV'-'( . 'Zk' V A I liness an may he romrntlble with ley. ally mid ullcgland-- to the 1'nlt J Htntit. Liable to Restraint. "Ami all alien enemies who fall to conduit thcmsnltes ns hi ittjoliml in aildllinn to all other teiuillii's chail lie Untile to ri to ttite srcurlty or to n t from the t'n... pres riiieil Stales In it e Hiftlons Piii'i and 10T0 of the IP .is Stnlules mil as pn .'rit'iil fit the hy law 1I11I. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - OF - stniltil or Formally Announces Stale of War mote and SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. f Exists With Germany. I Sucre. nrs to lluuhes & SwinehrosilJ promulgated hy the iisivit ; Snow . HE GIVES WARNING TO ALIENS ; , f c cm rermtly. ii; .1 ur.'"r t vis, it melts, il!.. t!u? hoards umtl the innr.t ii rtihhril if. nnil vpuwls elecay whieh only citrpentry t'rivv- - fincm into wtr.', ! t cnckr, ant! c -- i vici a. There, in c!apiV urelsi 'r ' r.canty. thr Hot do your baUNtift fate in wlrui? Thy wi.l mj outi I 1 ttut&e, r.it enly in wir.tic Kit lo all l wim Dmrti lsny VhHs-Lii.- '. i urrli-f- l lliiiHeJ tsltti pmr Hr.red oik e Hil . ,. ,,,, thai rvntors WMfe-Lea- d ,,N rt :i I r, us Iff Kit piM l irrlt. W It . pmr i ( mn A In Z, sr.! ce . vi i. j.lvm. tn'l, "pi, n BuJdi 3y Phoenix Violence or Intriout On Their Part Will Be Met With Drastic Action Apby the American Government peal Alio Made to the People of the Nation for Patriotism Full Tet of the Proclamation. WaHhlnptnn. . nrli I'lorlilinl Wllhon. In 111 proclamation that a Mnta of war cxIrIk. Ka' "trotis; wani-hi!- ; tu iilli iin that atts of vlolcnco r Intrlgua will Im met with lrutl Ilia riirl,ini.illim (olloun. "UY THC PRCSIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. A PROC LAMATION. "Wln'n.w, tno ( iiiiKriiM of tlm I'lilt-r- l KlaleB. In t ic imrclef of the cut;- t It ut Uiu.tI .iiithurity okIii1 In ilirin. hate ii'Miliul li Joint of tint setuile anil hiiii.se of reprex n:a-tire- . IxiirlDK ilate thin ilay. that l ar tietwien thu l'nltnl Kate nf Hlntes anil the Imperial Cernian whlrli ha teen thniitt .iKin thr l ulled State", n hereliy formally I j ' liriTldonl. "And pur "nut to I e anther.'; testc-- 1 In me. I hrrc'n de 'ari al.il estalillrh the fnlliAln.- - 11 tiilutlntis which I find mvprnr In the prct-Is- cs and for Hie piiullr sufeiv; "I. An alien em my shall not Im !n his possession at t.nv tlnii or pl.ic and flreaims, ttea:o'i!i or Implemen of war, or rnrnionrnl imrts thereof .Mar.lm or other Mlenecr. ammunition arms or exploslnu or material In tin? nianufiirtiiie of explosives. "2 An al'en enemy shall not hate In his possoFslon at ant time or place t nut aircraft or apparatus or any form of slEtial lilt; iletlce. or attv form of cipher cotp or any paper, document or book, w rit ten or printed In cipher or In which mere may no luvis ute wiitluK ".1. All property found In the of nil alien enemy 'n violation of the foroKolliK 'emulations shall Le Mlhject to seizure by the l'liltcr! States. Must Avoid War Plants. my 8ii.il! nut as "I. An alien pnnirh or ! runnel within onehl' mile of any federal or state lort. ramp, arciatt station. or naval tessed, navy yard, factory or workshop for the matrifai-turof munitions of war or of an; products for the use ot the army v1 win-lese LANCASTER, OF KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE LAND OP NOW" EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Our records for the past eicht uare show sulci of more than lll.SOO acres of land, besides Inrce amount of to .1 ami city ptoperly and stocks of amounting to more than $1, laO.OoO.WJ and this business was elone to the entire satisfaction of more than felO clients and customers and they are my references for "fuir ilnnling." Krotii my experience in the business I know how, when, where and what to advertise. rm tin- - erne who has property to lands, city property, ilu'ellin-lots or business property, mcrchundisj or any real estate proposition, I solicit your business, Lelievinp; I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. List voui farm or other property with me now. I imw have on ham) lonir list of parties who are (joint; to buy something somewhere and jour property inn) be just what I am looking fur. To the one tvl.o ttiints l.t invest, I solicit our patronage lis I know value nnl know that when jou close a ileal throuyli me jou will net 'value fir your money. have on hand for sale t.t all times a Large Number of Kaim. Divellir.psi Citv I repeity not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly cbaninui;, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties atal som- of my best properties are not ulvertised at tho request of the owners. of Garrard Cuunty, write me and I will tell you If you lire a all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, silionls ai,d churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people and its growth' The following is just a few of the properties I have on hand for sale now' .ell-fa1 or ue or operate wm. rp I ('. C & .1 K. Stymies. Collections i;J Bills and Claims of all classes arc col lected by our System everywhere. We muke titiMiliili-l- I id ilerlaletl "Whereim. it Ik imniilnl liy Section 4ii7 of the llei Wi- -J StatuteH an follow R f a war iilli-i- l Slate ami any foreign nation nr sovemuient or an) Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us Im.'inuih or initiatory Inenmliiii Ih tier- get the money. t) I etniteil, aitemiitiii or threatened apalnm the terrlton of the fnlted It will a you to itivestik'iitf our proposition. State hy ant foieliiii nation or Ii and the iinnlilent make pulille pii hnnntlon of the etent. all i ii,, up ur ?iinijeii. imiiMi or u hostile nntlini or xoiernuient. tie incuts therein. S Su.itlfrp, Mnnjicr . Ill . .... I II t Il .... . ..I .. II. . It. .. I l. .iik male hi ihe imi. nf "'.. An alien enemy shall not cow nar ai) upward who mall tie witlun the I'nlt- - mil cr abet ant iiostlle acts asalnsl Sta!e ami not aetuallt n.itnrall7eil the I'll. ted States or site .forma-thin- , hall tie liatile to Im' aiireliended, ri1aid or comfort to its enemies (tralni-"7 neured ami leuioM-An alien enemy shall not reaj enemies. alien side In or continue to reside in, to remain in or enter any locality wlilcn May Make Regulations. "The president m .ilitlioriiil in any the president may from time to time designate hy an executive older as a mch etent In hi proclamation thereproliililthe area In which residence of, or other pulillc aits to duett tin OF LANCASTER. be found by eomluit to In' on the pat; by an alien enemy oi inn i iiin'.i Maten tonani the .inenj him to constitute a dansor to the publwno iMTnnie no liable, tae manner ic; peace and safety of the I'nlli.I OlpJIul ami decree nf ihe restraint to wlilili Stales 1'Xeept by permit from tile. thev shall he subject and In what president, nnd except under such limA. K DK.N'S'Y. President rases and Uniii what UMiulty their itations or lestrii tions as the presiJ. K. STOItMKS. Vic- - IWt. resfilime hhall lie prrmlttiil, and to dent may p riser! he. S. r. DKNNY. Cashier. provide for the remoial nf those wia Must Move If So Told. not heln.- "irmltted to r.slde wllhln "t. An alien enemy whom tho prcs J. I (III I.. It. T. JMURY, Am t Cashier. the I'lilted Sl.ilen, refiuie or neelert t.i 'hall hate reasonable cause tc ileparl tlieiefnun. and to ehtabllidi linliote in alditii; or UDout to aid the any such reKiilatloiw wlildi ar founi! enemy or 10 tie at largu In the danger Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Iieressurt in the preiulneH and for tl.e of the public peace or safety of the public afett fnllist Stats. or to hate violated or WK SOLICIT YOUIt Ht'SlNKSS. "WliereaH. in- Sis Horn lulls. JCfili to be about to violate any ot thco and tdTO of t..e I:.JStatutes, fi.r regul itliuis. II. IWy, Alex It. Denny. Samual I). Cochran, J. K. remote to any locather pnitlsiim is m.ule iel.it. o tion .les itnnied by the president by (Jill, Dr. W M. Klliott, Stormcs. S. C. IVnny. J. euemli cxccutlte order and shall not remove "Now. Iheretiire. Wnmlrow Wli herefrom without permit, or shall Jf son. pnldeiit uf the l inieil StatfH n' part from the fnlted States if so America do hereliy iroclalm. to all by Hi.- president. whom It mat com em that a state of No a ton enemy shall depart "! war exists between Hie l ultiil Stan-afrom the I'nltccl States until he shall Hie muierial i.ern an miveriiinent hate leceitnl sucu permit as the and I do MHelalU i.liect alt ollicers.. president shall prescribe, or except el l or mllltart of the fulli-- l Stat.', under orileir of a court. Judno or Justhat t'ie exen lsi. Ullance and :ejl tice, under Sections lOltl and tOTO ef In the of iiU. dutien Inclden. the Itetlsetl Statute. tu such a state of war. and do. mere "in. No alien en. my shall land In oer cuneiolt appeal to all Amen or enter tho fnlted States cxco.pt un can Itiens that thee In loyal de v lor such restrictions and at sucli thin to their country deilirateil from places as the president may prescril e ItH to principles of i "It. If necessary to prevent tloia anil justice, uphold tho laws of Hon of the remilatiiitis all alien etn mid site umllt .ded and w.lllni. lilies will be obllned to resistor KchuVihV I'liono utiiri' pikuic is. snpiHirt to tliose measures watch Subject to Arrest. he ailiiptcil In Hip eiistltiitlniiai an "12. An alien whom Hit' 1 Ihorltle.s in proseeut in; Ihe ar to i may be reasonable ruiisn to bellete successful Issue and In ol.talnln; 3 be ulcltnx or abnut to aid the enetiit. H'Ciire niel Just peace or wao lio at larue to the dauqer .if Must Preterve Peace. the pnblle peaie or safety, or who And. aetlec under ami hv tirlue of late or who attempt- - to violate, ortlr the authority tested in tun by ihe ion. whom there U reasonable Krouiids o' to htitittlon of the I mteil Slates and Ulleve that he ! nboiit 10 violate n., a No:-c- 2 L'ouIU-P.ars.-sections of llm Ketlsisl Statutes loMiilatlon to be promulgated by the I ilo hereh further iiroelaliu am! president or auv r.minal law of tinOlreel tiiat thu t to he obstitid fnltesl Slates, or of t ie stall's or tcrr!- on tho part of the I'liiled Stales to lories thereof, will bn subject to sum wart all natltes. cltljons den.iten mart nrrent hv Hie rnti,..! si(..i.,o ..... CURKS or Ceruiany. heliiK male, shal or his clejnitt, or sucli or suhji-ctether ol'i of Hoi age of H yours nn.l u,itaru rera as the tiru'dent shall Jenlunat Cholera. Gapes, Limbernecft, Roup, who hhall he within the fnlted Sudand to cbnrnemiMit In mielt imnitef ani! not actually naturalised, who. fur tiart. orison Jail, mllitart v; . Diarrhoea and alt Dwcases of Fonitry c-the puriiOM. of this proclamation ami other place of detention as .anui bo it i. r.,v.-- . n. in' '.t 1' m "i I w. mat ' " . Kiuli sectlonK of tint kctliu-- 1 directed bv the president tinier ii i , , i"1 " il .'c I. .i mIi ' a c. Ii. Flntntes a'i- termed alien onemte-1V'n ( This pnvclan.atlon and Hie rcsiul.i i. i. t'il ii shall he as full.m,: tleinn hereJn enntalneil ship! e.-n'i MJ: Ut.. . iy.::.-.-' All alien etiem'oa are iijilneil t and apply to all laud and water enn ireserte the peaep tutiard ttie l'nltei. llnental or insulnr In any wai wltli.-Ii'. Kv McROUKKTS. States and lr refrain trout crlun the Jltrlsillet'on ' the fnltisl Stale iiKitlnst tho pulille safei), nnd fiom I have "In vvilnps wlu-e-i a liTirrn ii rir. nmn nwwit ti"i tloIatliiK the lawn of tho I'liltnl unto set my hand ami caused tin hena) 4m v i ii ' 1'liiwirniin Stati and the stales and territories of the ( tilted Slut' s In bo allito.l thereof nn-- to reftnln fioin aclual lame at Hie city of Wasnlnni.i. . hosttlltv or nititii. Itifoimatlon. a'd. this sixth cUiv of prll. In the tear of or comfort, to the enemies of the 1'nlt-m- l our Lord one thousand, Q nine hitnilicil STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. States, iii.il to comply strictly ttlin and seventeen, nnd of the Inileiiend- ? 1. I'ny your lulls I'' iht'ck, anil Iiiivi- jmir wifi" pay her liill-- liy check llm reBiilatloim whlcii are hereby oi nee of the foiled State tho one ncht nu'S. ij -- . Never Ifiiil mi ftr tu which may li front timo to time hundred and firtv first )u nut lie huiliuzuril uhout il, hy the iircsldenl, nnd 31 It. Kollow 0iiu kystetn In nuvjni; "wotmiiow wn.sov. tone as they shall conduct thvmsclu-- t "Hy the President '? 4. Kent n nufi' i!fHit Imix for jour viiIiihIiIi iuKr. ItOlltlllT In accordance wllh law they shall he SI.N't!, Secretary ( C, Mnki- free uu of llm ilnto wrviw vi iiir r. of Slate." unillsttirhH In the peaceful pursuit of vl 0, Teach tho chiM the value ct money hy uiviiiK thi ni un iilluwauce, their lives anil occupations ami ho nr Mysterious Vessel Sighted. n 7. Meet your friend at tlili hank lor t runnuc tini; iinportnnt hutinera corileil tho conshloiatlon ilno to nil Hoston. April !i. siispleloiiK e. t t no cliiirge pn'nl to von nr iin!tlit' money n. is nctiiiilly id i Mieneei tietueen the lere Is ! The Sanders Mercantile Agency 11 navy. "An alien enemy shall not wrlie print cr publish any attack or threat avaiust tiie coternn.ent or com;roi of the foiled SlatiM cr cltucr branch thereof, or iiKalnst the nieusitres e r polle-of the I'nlteil States, or acalnrt the persons or prnpoity of any persct-Ithe mllitart. naval or e lvil service of the I'nlteil States or nf tho states or terrlinrlos, or or the' Hlstrict of Columbia or nf the miinlrliul nover.i KAK.MS. A fnrni of 1 5 acres, about loci nries of ctilT aid A fertileJfHrtn of 18-a id is mi pike, partly tolling land, gocd improvements, 00 pikcwith cmziug land thrown in, acres with splendid impiovi nicnts. land ;cs wejj 1 - THE NATIONAL BANK 50,000. obhi-ne- Surplus $30,000. - - - .-l A -- mall farm of acres, with o room. house, good orchard, well located 01 pike, close to school and churches, or lu acres tvith.'Iarge barn adjoining can he added, making !!5 acres. Possession at once, A small farm of 4i acres, 3J miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwell-- i ig and uevlbHin.;geaiel.liiiid lies well. A farm of uO acres, on pike 2$ miles f rum town, land rolling, v. ry fertile ' mi'tly in grass, huge tobacco barn 1 room house. A farm nlsti acies, extra tobacco and hemp lar.d, rollirg, 2 large barm splendid elwelling.JlHid well fenced aid well watered tensnt J.t'u"e ar,j oUl oat buildings. A farm actes of rich land, part level and part rollirg, fine dwellinir of S rooms, hall, cellar etc. 2 acre orchard. 2j milesjfrom town en pike. This one a liaigiiiu. -. acres of very fertile land on pike 1 mile from town, Kood dwellincr and line orchanljard the lane! priced large bam ami other right, A fni m ofll2h acres. 4 miles from town, on ,ke. land partly rolW splendid improvements. of 110 acres of fine land well improved, on pike A farm accessible lom.r kct of three county seats, land lies well. A small frm of 18 lures, fr,, ,,,,., KfMj uul -. mcnts. ttth 1 - W. 0. RIGNEY Director and CITY PUOPEItTY; New nusiem dwelling of hrectns, 2 halls, cellar, Lalh rooms, modem impioveinents, furnacejbcatiil, electnc lights, vvaler wciks, small modern ba I acres of land. and A dwellingl'if ti rceuns aril tut buililn iis mid 4 acies of land Anotherjiictvlmi dtrn dwelling of 10 icicms with all mctVrn conveniences. A number of other dwellings and building lots. par'tculurs und piices ueiuiie.of I'or.fuither Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. fouii-latlo- Hlu-ri- 11111 Lancaster. ! r y I e I I I cou-luc- Canlicr.&si . . Will . i ' , I '.. ' n' .. 4iiti . 1 i f. . Frotector ' l.iiiu-jiiU'- i 1 HONOR I,' of, PAINTED WITH ROLL - BANK. Hanna's Green Seal Paint your property is well fitted to withstand the destructive forces of severe weather and changeable temperature. Moisture, if it can get at the wood, is certain to start decay, but by the use of Hanna's Green Seal Paint your property is completely protected. Printed Formula On Every Psckaje - up-t- o 1 K We Citizens National Bank OV I.ANCASTKK. KY. II, F, IIl'DSON, PreaiUent. J. J. WAI.KKlt, Vice r, Cabli'r W. O. 1'JGNBV, JOB J. WaI.kek, Jh.. W. F. CHAMP, Cathier. 2 3 k A't Prett. penceftil and iereong, ex. rept so far as restrictions may ho nec. psiary for their own protection ur.-- l for tho safety of tlia I'nlleil Stulcs ami toward such alien enemies as con duct themselves In accordance with law, all clt'reng of the United Ktatos re enjoined to preser'vo the iwaro and in-- l to treat them wlfn all such friend sel off Nnnluekei Ii2hth'p was reported lo the llrstoti navy urd by .1 HrltMt vessel. Iilcr Ihe position nf the inysterloitB vesn-- i was given a.' almost duo roiilh from tho Shoals, TP report of a mystcrioi's vesul In the steams'iili lane to Ihirope was the be. . oud to br uiiuouiiced oltlclully within twenty-fou- r Sold by hours. CONN BROTHERS. Hoys Corn Crowing Contest order to stimulate the growing of corn in Garrard County, (already famous for its excellent Corn, Hemp and Tobacco) the firm of HUDSON, HUGHES & FAFNAU, 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 ear corn raisea durinsr the season of 9 7. In 1 1 1 FOR MOST BUSHELS OF CORN RAISED ON ONE ACRE FOR FOR FOR BEST BEST BEST BUSHEL OF EAR OF CORN CORN SIX EAR EARS OF CORN ....... .... $50.00 IN GOLD $25.00 IN COLD $15.00 IN $10.00 IN - GOLD GOLD All corn in this contest is the property of the boy raising St. Judges of prizes for the car corn will be experts, not residents of Garrard County. Boys egister your name with us and get busy. Entries close May 15th. One acre of ground contains 43,560 square feet. select your seed corn now. Carefully measure off 208.7 feet each way and stake the corners of your ground with heavy stakes at planting time. For further particulars inquire of Hudson, Hughes Farnau & Ifai I .pac. i nii nun LULU iHll Hie tu ailier over lour ol th- -' FOU SALE Some seed drouth proof white corn. good yellow, corn, also some I. li. Shepherd. I'aint Lick, Ky. Fill In Picture Puzzle No. 7 below tbll litadlnf U lot ive dm of our Isrmer subscriber., (be '? nl stock, (rain mil inch farm at lb. larnu-- CHtinut afford lite. No nolle will r aec.pt.fl lines, aud will be only In wn scoan, tree ol chane BiK I am in the market for a itood tobacriclii' and li fur co setter. Want to buy one at oice. A. F. Sanders. limn" on Personal Stationery aTaTaTMMaMaTM.aTaTaTaTBBTHBlHM ln. I.IVK STOCK MAHKKT. l.i.MMNSATI April II OATTI.K; Mili (lood tnehulce (.'OMDIUII I'NIOS Mr,t K V Dent White Seed Corn Garrard Milling Co. Jack for Bale. 1. K. Foley, I'aint Lick. It. F. I. No .1. 10 Cll!r - Hok. IHtir. Slirrn - r n 5969 W 5J.70 Should be Engiavcd Embossed powadays. or Hurdler .teer.eitrii.... in fHir lutilltii I'5il4ll Ill I'JalO Si 7 m.l 'i vi ; I" ;i jeV&lu? IW&V-i 2i .'I 79 a2 a. -- A Kin"! , 83 FOU SALE: seed. lli'lfrr., eitra 'iooil to ctiuli'e bu. cultivated hemp Common In fair (i. M. tireen. ! Cow, est. m chnlie Lancister Houte 1. Conii'iiiti in fulr i.vlo M''vM 51' it reflects p.ood taste and at once creates a favorable impression. .... 0il Calmer FOU SALK Some Nice Seed Corn. S. II. Eates, Lancaster. Ky. Hull, l.ilunn.f.... .... . :t'4a.7 :f 3i 'i aettinuof 3'J'J-- Harred J'lymouth Itock e;K. fOc 15. Mrs. Porter Kicli. I'honu "t hull..r.. I'tLVKri: per Fair in (ihmI elru. IIummuumIiiI Urs-.- mvt 'la.volicw) iKli 0 (U II? '?.K0 lib 101 65 Suppose you come and see the man) Seautifu! samples we have and get our prices, kota. Montam. Idaho, Waiblncton or Or.non. Millions or acr.a of land In theae atat.a alouf Ilia Nortli.m clflc It, . awattlnc ieltloment. Unusual ' ppportunltlsa. Il.althful cllmatf, abundant crops, food niarktti. nt- transportation facilities. jcellrnt n minis, Enurcii.i, ic. a youns country for ambitious p.opl.. rlend for Usacrlptlv. Ilteratur and Infnr. fr n illation recardlnr tli particular that Interests you. W will bo clad to assist you in locating your new horn In a community where Ton ran feel at home and can enjoy prosperity. Write to J I Katou, Ceueral A cent, Northnrn I'aclrlc lty., 0 L4.it ilh St., Clnclnuatl, O. t.c-llo- tarlcultura la Minnesota. North necotna ladipeodent CO west this snuxrj by takinc nv Da- run Ijjr'illlliii li iKdi.1 m II" .00 B8 - Central Record. '& 125 ACRE BLUE- -' . ... .. Willi . fiMj. pacltrr. uliil liuti'llr. Mlinl incler. SAI.E-O- ne FOU break cart nearly Hum CuliililOli Ol clwli'e Immy tu .on., now and one Mojer buck board. r I.tnlit li i J. W. Elmore MIIKKI': utra 7.'c pcr lio-xUurre'l Pljmoth Hock l U. ol.'il- Jetting of lr or twi. aettlnnit for $1 25. I'ninMuuliiUIr Mr.". .1. E. Anderson. I.AMIH: eair.t es, riga.lll'JIhtarxllr.al i';rt :..biiii "itxij.'ii b V4lo! n inl.iui, 11 ii lb M'Alinti 4.145 AJ '',i7ll3.,i6 "? III 104 37- .... V 105 GRASS FARM. County Court Days. Ulchuiond, 1st. Mnndnt. I'ltrii, 1st. .Monday. Fraukfoit, 1st. .Monday. Hnri'iHliliiirK. 1st. .Monday. Lexington, Zw. Mondii). Stanford. nd..Mor.ilny. Shelbyville. 'Jnd. Monday Carlisle. Iiml. Monday. Danville. :;rd. Monde. LawrenceburK. 3rd. Monday NIchM.inville. Uru. .Monday. Mt. Sterling. nl. Mmidav. Somerset, .!nl. Moialnv. (ieorKetown, 3rd. MoiHley. I.ANCASTKIt, Jlh. holiday WlnclHMiU'r. 1th. Mnnday. .Moiitiwjllo, Ith. yoniiiij. VnrhHiltiv. Ilh. Jlnmltn No 1 1 l'JTt acre farm all in prm, iicrea need plowmi; for corn, tobacco r hemp; hai I room dwelling, dandy stock barn, well watered ami under now fence. 'I'liU f ni in is situated in wulkn.K 1I11. tiuwe nf Krwled ulieol ami diurrhoi'. Let 114 allow ynu tbii one ht $Mi. Call I II or wlrlf k. Ml .... MOtlJJ. wll 7j 4tl 0 " i .132 121 ,i9 z6 4 it !(' I FOU SALE: 1'urc llred lifted Itock eufto, lli for 1U esuts. Phono lili.VJ. Tom Hay. ilmxt iiirMi'o i imiiiiiii Hi fair i:n"ii' int. M I '"it " t What "Peevci" a Jurymin. Wo luiti mtvimI on hovenil Jurb FOIt SALE; A ;:ood eirri.iK a'i iiml our experleute bna lieen tli.u ul two incut stum Mm. (J. A. Kobituoii. Two e.xir.t jtuntl i lreh milk cown for iuIl'- liuimlde and llnwilden. ear old Fui'K.ilc Some Rood fiur mules, on her iul or double, li A. Swiuebiotl. For ba! ': Ttivn hrotl Muck jtu-k-, with white point; also two Aiupis bull A. I). Unelsliaw. calves. For Sale C. eap; Family mine, I.. liundn.Keoi'e Kir children. Forty-ttve (i.A.KowliirK FOIt SALE; .liep with I nice liuncli of lambs. John ('rese, Prenrl.erville Kv. FOU SALE; Sorrel mare, six years; Sam Cotton. "feur." old. Bound rind entitle. FOU SALE; Uci:istered twoyenrnld, abort horn bull; alio severul Jiuni.; heifers. J. M. Wheeler, Nina, Ky..! ' It n onn of tlm moat like 11 hull, with It head What chumu houM un unarmed man down. fools of 11" v liaitt Ii the wlliieuM" . nV Hllll, iiiuii raplmea him, and the Inn n are uavfuL hue boiv It enluily: liut when the l.iv.iei m U'liey iiKHlnat him, hll.tri aie eared bit" whip handles and nlhvr nrilrle. T'u next plctiuo that pit lip to lull If III lth the liiuil you will iIimw, aiariiLic from No. 1 to 1. S. 4, ite, will make sun think of cold only the feur of ii couiempt wnutlwr. lino l.i lit iii tri mi ili. lie iiiuriKr I i Wo will HlndU mint th name- - of nil chililn n ubo will tuko the paini tu theiv. KiinstiK C'liy Star. trae mil the kbove .;eiMre. You will find it int.rt'atiiiK xial they will appear "Meticulous." in every itsoe of the teeml from this date. Who will be (he first l aef.il ids Tin n of the oril "uietieuliiiiK" In or hur till' M'fl-- e of Mwrlll llllir." IIUl.v be llll- All the eontestHntt mint clip out the picture ifter lieini; trnced and mail ili'rsloiiil by the fnllimliii; ileliiillinu . to the (nlral Itec.id, that we niuvn" how whi the IXoik Inn lieen done. -Ullll'll Ul llUOte 111 IllllilMT tu u r Joe ilutr'iuii, Allie ilrummet, Aubrey Hiv, Kobert I.ii'iiiiI (iulle, Minnie ipieHt for the rllnllnli of uiillioiltitw : Kmt, Victor ilahan. Marv Andeivon, (Jari.ef Folher(ill. E'liel Italian , fiur-nCentury Uletloimry. "tlmlil; ;' New Simulant, llonfomerv, Murdu .Mnntjj'iinery, 1)IIh M i.- T'lrner, Mattle 1!. Cobb, i.hoii. Mvrtle Oaks. DoroU'.v l'eazley, I'loru ( vitrei, John Wes!-Oafnrd Cuiii-Im'- , Shetrow. mliiiile tletuIN," The word l from the l.iilln 'iiietleulo.'.ilV' "full of lenr." the tlerlviitloii belli); from 'iiielua," Till; rlniiiK er.u. uu iliew In No. C la .iita when utlui keil. It's hum nre ery MrouK Ix llene. Isn't It? It i li:irKi-- TIIC THOMAS REAi. ESTATE AGENCY. I. 1M. I. . mi 4y HELD SEEDS. I luivu a lull line of li!fh tirade Turin seeds such as Years Jacob SchuizCompany Incorporated. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. dav or Kenturk;. FOU SALE: Two 2 joar old eolu; one yoarlitiK r dt, nil well bred. One single 'Hi"' c.iltlus harrow, one double Culls iinswefeil )toiiipil, disc cuttiuu harrow. If you are lo'jk nijiiit Piicuif ao:i iuc for bargain. call rittlit uway. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 33!)-F Clovers, liinolliy.Ortliiirds mid Iilite (iruss, RedTop.etc Write Tor samples mid deliveied prices. CARDUi The Woman's Tmic -- or 83. All Orders Ut'cpi'-- Prompt Attention W.Bush Nelson, LEXINGTON, KY. Sold Everywhere Joiin (. Kintuird, Ltiiifafter, Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.