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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 19, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917041901_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 19, 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 19. 1917. BOYS MEETING AT NUMBER 3. IDE 3ME 3FU pfflMlIrliriMfijrjfg hi v (0:(MfgSfgJSIlJrll We have a large stock of BRYANTSVILLE. There will be a meeting of the boys of the llryantsvill-- section, Wednesday afternoon, April 2.'th. The meeting is being promoted hv Mr. C C. Ilecker. County Agent Rogers will be present and explain to the boys the tules of the agricultural club. ) I TINNING, PLUMBING & HEATING Hardware and Stoves TINNING, ROOFING, GUTTERING & PLUMBING Gutting Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wagons, Wire Fence "America, to thee We plrJKf bur loviilly. Mind, heart Htiil Imml; Thy laws be wiiely made And faithfully obeyed, Thy honor ne'er betrayed God keep our land!" FOUND. pocket book containing several bills and some .liver. Owner cm got name by apply Ing at this office and buy. Ing the editor a coca cola. A ROOFING & GUTTERING . .Let us have your orders BY THE"SKIN - OF THEIR TEETH Three of our local townsmen, Messrs Ed Doughterlv, Joe llurnsldeand Ennis Perkins barely escaped serious injury last Monday morning; wh-- n their auto in which they were riding, was struck by a freight train at the crossing on KastThird itreet in Lexington. The car was practically demolished, but the boys escaped with only a few scratches. The boys are all well known and popu lar here and their friends are glad they escaped with no more serious injuries, Mr. Perkins is our efficient typist and pressman and was returning home from Georgetown, where he had been to see his parents. and they will be attended to promptly. WE HAVE THE VERY BEST EQUIPMENT IE' I A Large Stock of CLOSETS AND PIPING m Buggies and Harness Our Prices Are Right. Come In To See Us. BATHTUBS, LAVATORIES ARE YOU PATRIOTIC? Conn 3G Show Brothers. E3 LJL IE Flour in tacks or barrels. Iluy now Hudson, Hughes & ami save money Karnnu, Are you patriotic? Put a flag out in front of your pluce of business. A great many of the merchants of the city have already done so. Also show your colon on ydur residence. FlfOoSliNT. Mr. Marry Jacobs, the monument man, of Stanford, has just completed the erection of a line four ton monu ment in the Lancaster remeli ry cm I lie McCormick lot, foi Mis. W. O. Good-loe- 's father anil mother. Brought at prices under 1 the present market. I5 i j CHICKEN DINNER. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. The ladies of the Ilantist church will serve a chicken dinner Monday, April 2Jrd at the Ilex Garage building. All members are kindly urged to donate to same. Come get n good dinner anj help a worthy cause. It. t THE BEST MEN TO ' 'ENSTALL YOUR WORK IS1 ,1 & ft! SB' jour color.. 1'ut out your linn. Patriotic lire burnt bright!)' in Lan. caster. Lustro Fii.i'.li will give service on jour floors, K.V per quart at Conn Ilro... Clean Up! but vve don't hve We have to have war, to have cholera, , Big Dent White Seed Corn. Garrard Milting Co. Kxtravagatice is In KKir taste in time of peace, it is sinful in time of war. The amount swnt in wastefulness in Kentucky alone would equip a great army. Demonstrate thrift in your home. Makt saving, rather than spending, our social standard. Old Kumlture for sale. Fine Chest drawers and four beds I'hone 16S-Vanhook ilros. We know several who do not seem in accord with the 'resident, yet they express no desite to move to another country. Your spring cleaning is not complete until you have your mouth and teeth put in a healthy condition. M. S. Hatfield. D. I). S. OF PRAYER pray ami do. 3'Jih. I.UKtro Finish, made to walk on Annual week of prayer in t!u in lores t Varnish, for Hoots, f.c er iUrt at of belter observance of our Lords day, April lr.lli to ffii.d. Tills apieal is to Coniit Ilros. all professing Christians to make this While making war on trash, poison week one of prayerful introspection. your rats and our coal oil on the breeding places of Hies, now is time to HEAR HER. swat the llj- by using lime, carbolic Miss Meddie O. Hamilton, an inter. acid and crude oil. prelor of literature, will lectuieiat the (lev. C. S. Cillison of Iron Gate Va. Preslivf Mriun rhtlrrli Atiril 91 a will nil the Baptist pulpit on next Sun- o'clock. Miss Hamilton is a most gift, day morning at 11 o'clock, also at 7:15 ed and interesting speaker, sent out by Sunday evening. All rombers are es- Chautauqua, therefore there is no ad. pecially requested to be present. mission fee and both men and women are invited to hear her. A campaign to Inrrcnse'the food and feed products of the United States is being conducted Ly the Dtpartment of Agriculture, at Washington, in conThe churches of Lancaster are deof termined that the nections with tin Commissioners Agriculture of the various States of May Cth, shall be impressed upon the Union. the minds of all our citizens, for they have a committee of four from each Extravagance is bad at any time, but church which will start from the Preshow much worse is it in time of war, byterian church next Sunday afternoon when suffering people are starving, and make a canvass of when wounded men are dy ing for lack the city in the interest of the Sunday of good hospital facilities, and when School live, to our own people are In need of war report movement returning at results. Lets all be ready to their own defense. Show equipment for give them what they ask for and it your patriotism by curtailing expenses will not be money, but vour interest in extravagance. and cutting out all the cause. A call to willed, e WEEK SAUFLEYMCK IN HARNESS. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, - i OUR NEW MmH"t PAPERS Not CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF. Yesterday afternoon Mr. ,Shelton 'a; VC tr 4- I Saulley closed u deal wild Mr. Grant Lilly for the Richmond Register and rWPfrtSMjrrilfa) the the transfer to take place Immediately. Mr. Snulley will consolidate the two M) per cent. Protein Tankage for sale 110 persons are now in custody chart papers, we understand, and will get ed with plots for Germany. Hudson. Hughes & rarnau. I a dsily. Richmond can well afford out i ar.d Silage Seed Corn White, Yellow to support u dully newspaper and we The biggest flag ever tAifurled in this believe Mr. Soulley is the very man to ot quality. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau.- - ' country is that hanging on the face of turn the trick. We welcome you back a department store in Boston. It in the harness, Shelton. LOOKS LIKE A WINNER. I measurer 100 feet by 60 feet. The un- rurling took place to the sound of "TO Clever John Pepples is a candidate THE COLORS" bugled by six men GASOLENE TEST for the Democratic nomination for As from the First Corps cadets and the Everything is in readiness for the sessor of Lincoln county and we pre- loud ringing notes ot the Star Spangled great gasolene demonstration test that dict that the fellow that beats him will Banner sung by all within sight of the will be pulled off John has some flag. Boston 1b said to be unique in by the get the nomination. Franklin Motor Car Cnmnsnt-- . nf staunch friends over here in Garrard, that a flag is shown at every store ar.d ington. the advertisement of which an. who wruld like to bee the nomination every residence in the city. pears in this issue of the Record. A tiandadtto him on a silver salver. . In looking forward to our entrance prize of five dollars in gold will be ofinto tne war, many people have been fered the one pupuinir th nearest PEARL WHITE fearing that it would cause a great number of pints nf gasolene consumed business shock and lead to suffering in the run of about 66 miles. The Ererj Morfar Nijkf At Opera Home. and unemployment. Such, however, ia start will be from the RECORD BUILDING to Richmond, thence to The admirers of that charming movie not the usual story of wan. Even Nicholasvilli and from th Utter nnlnt actress. Pearl White, will be pleased to with all the suffering in Europe, there direct to Lancaster or the starting know that she will appear in "Pearl are no unemployed. There is somepoint. Of The Army" at the Romans opera thing for every willing hand to do. The The Franklin car claims to be a house every Monday night, starting in shock and suffering come years alter great gasolene saver end previous con- one of the best serials ever shown in when people carry the heavy burdens' tests, show that from 25 to 32 miles Lancaster. DoVi't miss the first episode imposed by war, and scrimp and lave to pay national debts and heavy taxes. have been covered on 8 pints of gaso next Monday night. lene, isend your guesses to this office before noon and win that five dollars,-i-f you ce.n. - In. WALL are Beautiful and Expensive. Let Us Show Them To You. Mo Roberts Drug St ore VMAAAAafAAAAlVl ST 1 t 3 j!jl THE HOUSECLEANING done with It." lot of rub savers. GOLD DUST ORDEAL Must be Gone Through Again. May as well face it mid tfet We have AMMONIA, May us well nWu jjet all the- help you can. it fli W 1 & PEARLINE, SAPOLIO, 3 BON AMI. BRUSHES OF ALL SORTS. - Messiah" will be given in Danville, April the 27th, by the Danvilhi Choral Club under the direction of Miss Gladys Shailer. Four soloists have been engaged. Miss Sara Porter, soprano; Miss Constance Hour, contralto; Mr. Elwins Smith, tencr; Mr, Omar Wil son, basso. Tile last three hold important positions in Cincinnati as musicians, teachers and singers in some of BOGAERT HERE TONIGHT. the leading churches. Danville has many important tilings on her record. The lecture, that Mr. Victor Bugaort In tliu presentation of "The Messiah", will deliver ut the school auditorium she will hold the distinction of the first afternoon, should bo well attended this performance of this work in this sec, by the svliool children of the city. The tion of the country. Not often does ut the court house should dim one have the opportunity of hearing it Mill this building to overflowing. Mr. I in tlie city. The oratoria will be prt- ilogaerts lectures on the starving 111 the Second Presbyterian luivo become of National interest sented church, und the elegant new pipe organ and the cause for which In is now used. practically giving his entire time and life, should be encouragtd by the peo-ip!- e MR. ROBINSON HONORED who sympathize with this little Mr. J, E. Robinson has just been country for Hie wrongs tW have been heaped upon her by iir enemy, tier-man- asked by Governor Stanley for a personal conference witli him, touching The lecture is free, the vitnl liuportancuof the organization of a local Council of National Defense A SURPRISE WEDDING. for the stale of Kentucky, The invi tnbinson received Without confiding in their numeieus tation which Mr friends and I datives. Miss Elizabeth fioni the Governor follows; "1 am just In receipt of an urFord and Mr. Willium O. King motored gent request from the Secretary of to Stanford Friday night where they War, lion. Newton D. Baker. took the train for Jellico ut which place they were quietly n.arried. Tliev Chairman of the Council of Nation, al Defense, urging the organizareturned to Louisville for u weeks visit tion of a local Cauilcil in this Com but ure now at home where they are John Baughman is a candidate for the L'emocratic nomination for sheriff of Hoyle county and has two good running mates with him. If John lived in tiarmrd lie wouldn't heve to have running males t u put him under the wire llrst, so well and popu'ar known is he here, lie married one of our fairest daughters and their friends here are wishing him n successful race whi-promises to be a hot one, judging from things seen ut this distance Handel's great oratorio, "The . TiraM. assssssssssisa' It (BUGGIES, l . ' Bugg les Lancaster. They are selling fast and you can get a great bargain ' while they last. Come at Qnce. top Buggies ever shown in t We have the best closed TUBS AND BROOMS. And Everything else that is Intended to light. en. labor. 3! ft Theo Currev. 1 receiving congratulation. This event was not only a surprise but of interest as both the contracting parties are popular in Lancaster society. The bride Is well educated, pretty and attractive, the groom is one of our progressive young business men, being proprietor of "The Puritan", having recently olJ his farm. The marriage Is the culmination of a romantic courtship and a host of friends Join the Record in wishing them "ton voyage" on th matrimonial sea. monwealth. "It is unnecessary that I should advise you of the importance of this work and of the immediate co ordination of the activities, energies and resources of the Nation ut the earliest possible date. "1 sincerely hope that 1 may have the pleasureof a personal with you, touching this vitally important matter on the evening of April 20th, at the Mansion, at eight o'clock." W. J. Romans I The Central Record, Thursday, April 19, 1917. announced that they had been married by Rev, F. on January twenty-fourt- h Miss Nell Kldd of Wallaceton visited M. Tinder. So well had they kept their The following stock will make the season at my stable, one mile Kait of secret that not even the families of McCreary and six miles of Lancaster. Half Mile Trr.ck. Mrs. Sophia Trcadway Monday. Record either party had suspected them. Mrs. All kind of Harden aeed. both bulk Trotter: Miko.iiy Bar; 1S.3 Hails; Sire of SerttJeti Ii The Lit. Sloan Is the youngest daughter of Mr. and prckage, at It. H. Ledford's, E. L. Woods and Is a young woman of ' Sired by Adbell 2:2.1 (sire of GO), he by Advertiser 2:16 (sire of 30), he by Mrs. Guy Rice, Mrs. Carlos Hednck of both sweetness of character and fair Electioneer 2:1.1 (sire of lfiO.) and Miss Nellie Rice motored to DanSire Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. dam I'eavine 8.1. Will stand at domestic traits. The happy couple will Dam "Mantua Maker", (dam of 11), by Red Wilkes '(tire of l?.l) he b ville Monday. reside at Hubble where the groom is a George Wilkes (sire of (13). Miss Margaret Francis left Monday prosperous young farmer. An elegant In olTering' Willnndale (or public service his superior as an indlvldualan .: 1! 1 1 .. I J I .. I t I. . .. IT I 1 1. ! for Middlesboro to accept a position ns sixVclock dinner was lerved to n large l...l. ii uirt-uiiilias nrver ueiurr licrn unriiti m uun orcmiu, lie in nuntiiuirn r. number of guests on Saturday evening soumi, a lasi race norse, a cnampiou snow norsc. Having uecn mown nines, Cow peas, soy- - beans, millet' red top by the grooms parents. winning 23 blue ribboni. He Is a great breeder and a sure foal getter. Hit cane seed and clover for sale- - Hudaon, colts are good looking individuals with speed, style and durability. Hughes & Parnau. He will make the season of l'JI" at my stable, six miles from Lancaster, MARKSBUKY three miles from llryantsville. near the Lexington pike on the Rout lane befow Mrs. A. Ii. Katrine, Misses Kthel Mr. James Turner visited relatives the Fork church, at and Emma Kstridge motored to Danat I.exington last week. ville the past week. to Insure. a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt) Mr. J. II. Kemper has beer. sulTering Mrs. Fannie Hads of Muncic Ind. ard IM C f , from a nail wound on his hand. ocosuu ja TB.U rcuu. Mrs. Nettie liohn of Silver Creek were ill Sunday Mr. S. T. Sutton was too guest of Mrs J. D. liurcbell Friday. Mrs. Charles Friend has returned to to take his part of the program. Hig Dent White Seed Corn. her home in Irvin after a six weeks Route. Ky Garrard Milling Co. visit to her father, Mr. Junes Calico. Mr. Clias. Durham and family of Come early and have Your measure taken for a Spring suit. R. II. Ledford. Springfield have ,b,een the guests of Mr. and Airs. Uscnr ilammack were Mr. and Mrs James Turner. Seed corn of quality. Large White, in Ilammack Sunday to see his aunt Miss Sarah Ilammack who is quite ill. Yellow and Silage corn. ' Hudson, PAINT LICK SEASON OF 1917 WILTONDALE 39162. 2:20j; Trial 2:14. Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr., $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. . $20. T.ll unui - Star Robert R. Fox, Lancaster, Mrs. R. G. Woods was in Richmond Mr. ItolxTt Clark spent several days Tuesday to attend the funeral of her kinsman, Mr. Ed Shackelford of Mt. with his father Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Claik of Jessamine county Inst week. Sterling. Mrs. Ken Hughes and Miss Delia Mr. Will Underwood died suddenly at Rice Hughes attended Missionary day his home early Sunijav and was laid to Sunday and were guests at dinner of rest Monday mcrning in the Kinnard Miss Susan K. Sutton. burying ground. Mesdames Ottn Simpson and Louis The graduating class of the High Noel of Iluckeve Ridge Mr. and Mrs. School have sent out attractive invita- Tom Chesnut of Fayette were guests to a Living Colt. $25. for Jtnnti tions to their Commencement exercises of their parents Sunday, Chief Napoleon, 5107, has proven himself to be a good Jennet lack. which will tnke place on Friday evening The Missionary program was carried at the High School April twenty-sevent- h nut by the S. S. last Sunday morning Auditorium. at 11 oclock. All were in good trim The Citizens of Paint Lick and the and did their best. Mr. (Jordan Doty He is 15) hands high, yellow with white points, big bone and body nnd fine county held a patriotic who surrounding directed the school called the head and ears. meeting on Tuesday evening in Ledf ords classes to their places each class takHall. Its object was to organize the ing separate collection. As 1 am standing three good Jacks this year, I will give the fnrmers a Homer Rice community into various groups in which assistant secretary read the report 149 chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee and am going to stand each one was to do some definite work pupils present fC'I.M collected, the rn- for the aid of the Government during i diant countenance of the pastor ex the WHr. A special appeal was made pressed his thanks when the report was ti the farmers to cut down the tobacco read. If you want to make the pastor to of low acreage and put in some foodstuir. The happy just make a big collection on ladies and children wiM receive special missionary day. I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred irntruct!uns n making useful articles or bred etsewhereforftits insurance and must b paid at once. Care taken to for our soldier boys. It is useless to, prevent accidents but not restonsible should any occur. Phone IWMI. say that at a time tike this and in a came like ours each person is most willing to do their share in any way a. that will serve our country. . wfani kept la fond condition with Horses, Jackets and Jennets for sale, Saturday afternoon Miss Mattie Widow's stock bred at half price. BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY Woods accompanied by her sister Mrs. prevent 17, R. W. Estridge and Mr. lEstridge mo- I tbtn colds. Curve tod and othrr reap, uno Dntil tored to Lancaster where it was gener- 1 Btkecllgfcllons of medirtn. At dracfUtfl or ally undcrstsod that she and Mr. Leslie h in if tvMt. book Bftyr- - j1d. Itwltrr ST fro on r tomtit. Sloan of Hubble were to be married. IQU1I0I I CSC CO., lulifitM. t To the surprise of all the friends and Sold by R. L McRoberts. relatives of the young couple, they Hughes & Farnau. BLEUCHE& . 46158. 'Record 2:2yj. Trial 2:UJ. KENTUKY'S CHAMPION KO AD HORSE., CHIEF NAPOLEON Insure 5107 will stand at $10. Winner of Rn.nl Class mnl Breeding Class at Kentucky Slate Fuir 1910 i Uoiim- - Mt, J n It..k Vlt.l 'irrul - ul 31 Inn Hrarr i f Nminilar I Mj l f:imn vr IKhl J 0.1',, llll(hlllhl to Mlrul Hlih.1 IVM .a I Keconl m' Ham lirr.l lininl Mair tiir-Val I llairjr Clar V I lllllr Until ulrr ul I.. dim ul It Mil.ri.nri,, Msa.low U.iitijri'la? Hrouk ' Nrnol Krll- li4., .mm. nrrat bnm.1 m.ir I n t. t ol o V 3 .', ' I '. llt.Kik J .'17',. i.m.rtr Sjrrt,, Zarrtne U,1r Hcllhronk lljr Morowi't Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 to Insure. Beecher Morgan price .1 l:ut'(. l'U)u Ham of Ul. satltr J.JI', Hlrncl.ff "Illft Hllk HI .ul,. 11. J li: O'll ill a nail l otlTiro I . I I u,4 Fll.lr ii.irr ii iirni nrpos i hi j.a'4, vie l I M.)k0 1IH; Htle ul nllli ii.iiiu u llkri CM, i Kllrol U In2.l0,.tc llrru1. orkw(l)iir.li Kill. I. Hr Slr.lhnutr x. f.rno tM,, pan . H.lle (II l.M'i, l Hump. t i I . I ilant lf tjrlaj llriHik atH. ltr.MI'lav ' ami lay I rtiftf 1.1117 l'. It... .NU..h hkl? til. rlienll'atl UllkrattlS H II. tu taj t: Pain nl MU Kionk 1 !',. Krditlr I la. Ill , 1 111 lr at the $5.00 Insure. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY WALKER BRADSHAW, - McCreary. Kentucky loo'io Silent llrook I'JTCU. 2:161 sire of Hilly llurk 21J. Mt a.low IlriMik 2:0f.j. Shaw bay 2:071. Zarrine 2:07, Retty llrook 2.tiy, Kintna l!n.ok y;WJ. I.ad llelll.rcwk 2:10, Hutter llrook 2:Hlj. Silent Urign.le (2) 2:10J. Margaret llatligatr (I) 2:1IJ. etc. Skreddainof Chatty Direct (1) 2:07, etc. His dam. J. nny CUy, . ii.nu n I siii nrn.fitrwt HmML Clnv .f.l Bh,i ... . Moko 2t4.r.7. sire of Kereno 2K)5 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia York (rutunty winnei) (&) 2:0t. Native Ilelle (2) 2:07 (Futurity winner) (II 2:031 (champion :i year old flllv.) Manncu (3) J (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (I) 2:01. Susie N. (3) 2.tl, (Futurity winner.) Comoko 2,10. Mobel 2:101, Mochester2:IOJ. Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vilo (4) 2:091, (3' 2A31, rtc ,,r,"nrr ,0 "umi" 2mi- - ,,,r,m ' r'eon Uteucher I0I5S. reconl 2:2!1. trial mile 2:1 1J, half in 1:00. last .uarter in 32 seconds, is a handaome seal brtiwn horse, and wilt weigh 11 00 .iinds. He grratlv resembles his good sire Silent Unnik and is nut of Clayu. by Ihe great Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has taken over one million hor.es from this country, and inr v.k. i.. n h iii.i rinrii imiiri nines itir uu r iinraea in in. iniiirM owners U tu breed their mares anil to breed Ih.m i, .i.llin,.. r .n.i en worth as sires, llleucher is just th type to produce the rolta that will sup. ply the demand. His colU have proven fine, wilh nice bead and neck and plenty K fat, 3 Advertise Your Stock n,li ! ( Iincastrr, Kentucky, at This great trotting Stallion will make tint seaaon of 11M7 at mv stable in HOT TIMES in your head that cool weather will always behere and that the house fly is not coming. Just give him about ten days of hotjweather and you will wonder where they jcome from, and to answer the question would be as hard as to have answerad the old man who asked, "Where does the wind stay when it is not blowing"? Let us all join hands in doing away wilh Mr. Fly. Let us kill him in every way possible, and let us keep our houses and pourches 'screened fly tight, thereby avoiding disease. Our stock of Screen Doors, Windows, Hinges and Fasteners for same, Popular Frame Lumber, Screen Wire, Staples and Screen Mould is complete and we shall be glad to serve you. Do not get it $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt Barlowe. 1 fMBW will also stand this beautiful Sict at land Stallion for the season of 1917 my stable in l.anrasttr, Ky., at Insure A $10. I To Living Coll. am prepared t tako care of marea a da)'. Men re on grass at 10 cent talred on rolls for service fee, Money due when mare is tradeil or parted with. accidents but not resjionsible should any oncur. Care taken to prevent W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. is your good fortune, we bid the right thing to buy ajslock off Automobile Tires before the prices ran away and will offer what we have withsmall profit, based on the old price. Only a few and will only last a short time.. Oil Cook Stoves, the kind that Cook the food and do not cook the cook. Ovens and Wicks for same. Porch Swings, Lawn Settees, Lawn Swings, Couch Hammocks get these and comfort OUR LUCK lsyours. ROGERS DENMARK By Ramey Denmark 416 He by Hamlet 113 by by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark M. Kogers Denmark, Istdum Mix Ogden by Drennun 2nd dam -- Miss Wullace, by Ilutler Denmark, by llarmlet 11!. He is nine years old, dark buy with white star, lfl haiuH, showing all the. gaits under saddle. Ho is just as good individual ax bis ptdigreu would Indicate, and lias proved a good sire, his colts liuving good action, lota of style and easily controted. This horso will make the seaun of 1D17 at the farm af U K. Conn on White I.ick, 21 miles lrouth West of Paint" I.lck. at $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. $8.00 TO INSURE At same time and place will stand my splendid four year old Jack JOHN GRAY. AT A LIVING COLT 1 Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, I.. I c inllM flHAV ia m ...a,. wain, If. Iuunus I.ll. Kou tmine, auu ear anu con vr.... iiiK iury uiiu ui uie u.ai ..(.-.-. in ims neignuornoou. He Is royally bred being by Long Tom, he by Wm, Todd'a big Jack, he by Marmaduke. lit Dam by Hilly Ilreckinridge, he by Uourbon Chi min by Uourbon Chief, Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsiblo shoukl any occur. Lien retained on colt Until season is paid. Season due when inure la bred to another horse or jack. Il, : ( 131- - IP, OOlST'lsr. Route No. 3. PaiHt Lick, Kestucky. The Central Record, Thursday, April 19, NINA Farmers are about thru plowing. Every one at this place has planted their gardens out. Mra. Mitch Lane of Madiion returned home after visiting her parent. IliR Dent White Seed Corn. Garrard Milling Co, We are glad to hear Mr. Will Lnne'a littlo girl l better of pneumonia. Ilro. Morgan filled his aiHintinent t Itethel Saturday nr.d Sunday. We are nil glad tn know Mr. Willie I I'rather can be out with us attain. Mr. Hill Laylon louht of Mr. Clay-- 1 ton Anderson, a horse pujing $12.1. Cow peas, any beans, millet, red top cane sed and clover for sale. Hudson, Hughe and Farnau. Sunday achool has started t old Freedom church. Everyone should come and take part. Messrs Wiley Prewitt and Thompse llroaddus of Madison County attended 1 9 7. 1 Overcome Chronic Constination X Don't continue to create a bad They habit of strong purgatives. relieve, and that is nil. And they call for increased dosage. A sens!-))- ! treatment v. ill arouse the liver and give tone and stiength to the bowels. It Is ottered in VV rrUtTi CtntULjXHiit J Old Jupiter Pluviui takes fiendish delight in ruining poorly protected buildings. At every little crack or bare spot in the paint, the ruin soaks in ond spreads rut through the wood. , Tn last, your buildings muit ba at waterproof as a 0J Dutch Boy Phoenix uTirrwi J crsburg was at home for the Easter vacation. Big Dent White Seed Corn. Garrard Milling Co. Dr. 11. F. Walters, of Lancaster has been here for a several days practicing , dentistry. Mrs. W. (). Kennedy entertained a number of her friends at an elegant dinner last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs J. Ilogan Hallard and! and Mrs. E. H. Hallanl werefn Lexington to see Mlsi Anna Let-- Woolfolk. I The Directors of the Hryantsville. Tel. Co., met last Thursday and dfclar- eu a umuenci oi iu per cent to tn! stock-holder- suffering ma)R good deal since from the effecsf the fall. We hope she will suoii be able to be out. Mrs. W. J. Ilogan Is In Lexington at the of her bed-sid- e grand-daughte- Miss Anna Lee Wotfolk, who remains in quite a critucal condition. Her many relatives and friends here are very much grieved over her illness. Hcporl of the Condition OF Tllr: Hunk AT TUB or Itryantsville 1IIK uolnit hillll- - at tmwi (f hrjfiht.Tflle, County nf Oarrnnl, Slate nt Keniiick) , Many ye.ira have shown tha or thin remoitv It's tha Meal Intntltr, K'litle. rrrectlleand .Nuw It may b trrnetiiriilnir. (Malnrl In liibl't form, (or of raomrtlia, t'aed an rtlrectril, tt.e aufTerrr may reasonably not only immediate relief. mil ine or rroprre'iurmaiion bablta. In the natural way. Liquid if you desire It, J I and Sbc. 1 Tablets, 25c and 10c r) Mnnnlln will nut lorm a habit In taklfitr, staunch boat. Thy will br, l( well coated with paint made of Dutch Hoy Whita-Lei- d thinned with pure linseed oil. Such paint Rlvea a amooth, weatherproof surface that wilt nut crack or (cala. It gives beauty, While-Lea' d alio. f Uetora tha nril rain, call on ua about painting an J painting materials. Wr aipact you. It you can'i call, 'phona or writa. C. C. &. church at Bethel. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lone and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lone; were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Wheeler, Sunday. iM CalftrJl JliVfi vk .1. E. Storntrs. 1 Collections I all classes are 1 everywhere. our 9 ! 75 Bills and Claims of System, lected by col- - Mies Flora Adklnson Rave a dinner last Wednesday, in honor ot her father. OkU Clumbta, Most all his It lieiriK his liirthday. children and several grand children were preaent and enjoyed the day with BRYANTS VI LLE him, Mra. Marian Prewitt also spent day with them. Miss Flora pre Mr. J. W. Glass has been on the sick the pared a fine dinner and all enjoyed it. list lor several days. Mr. Adkiion was seventy five years Mrs. Joe liryant of Lancaster is vis(!) old and all were clad to find him look- iting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. liryant. ing well and stirring about. Miss Jane Howling of M. F. C. Mill- - Constipation larBeiy a matter of lialilt. You can over- rofno It HltU Mana Un a help. rem KESOtlRCKH. Elizabeth liurgess. Iian.anit lMffOlltits. al.TV. Mr. J. W. Farley returned home uterdralt eeriiren ana nnciirel k it Iu.ihi 10 Sunday afler a two weeks stay at put ironi Hanks Cash on bsltu .. l.;ll a; Martinsville, Ind. He still remains in Hanking- lloti-r'arutturv and ,.ssl (0 Futures ipiite a critical condition. Total t M.thl The regular meeting of the W. C. T. I.IAIIII.ITIKS, U. was held Thursday afternoon and ia.iiO to the program was very interesting. Two Capital HtiK'Ljall In, In caih ..,. Hnrplna Foods new members were added. rronta, lelseii-enIndmrit-set ami tales IJII i Quite a number from here went to lit poalt aubjtrt tnclK-cH WW oo .'3i Mt. Olivet Sunday to hear Dr. Ganfield Time bei4)fitf...HM. a;,h :i e of Danville. He delivered the .. ,M,M Tutl.. sermon to the graduates of the HTATK OF KKNTl'CKV. I e. Misses Florence Christophet Sharp and Allin, teachers in the Uurgin High School were guests Sunday of Mrs. :LK. OK llt;HM o.V .10th day of April KH7 ... . .VI 'll Dacca-laureat- . Uuena Vista High School. Mrs. J. Harvey Deane has gone to Hoyle where she will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Deane. She was here for a week-en- d visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Deane. Mrs. Nannie Mullins had the misfortune to fall Sunday afternoon and bruised her hip quite badly and has been " COl'.NrV OF OAllltAKIM We.C. C. Ilerkrr, l'relrint and J. C. Ui. llama, Cashier of the alove liamert bank tin solemnly ancar that the above statement Is true to the best of our knowledge and lelfef. C. C. Decker, President. dur ul April My J.O. Wm.tiM, Cashier. and sworn to before me this tub 1. lloitsn Hallard, Notary I'nbllc. Commission expires Feb is. iwo. Noah Mursee. Jr. H.ISuope. IMKrcioas. K. K. Hwope We iiinke absolutely no tlinrjje un!es.the money is actually paid to vmi or us. I I I Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to investigate our proposition. I I (!) The Sanders Mercantile Agency Coy S. Sa.tders, Manager. Oilier lat Hour Hradley Hldg. West axle Lexington St. Phone 212 s ll THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. K Surplus $30,000. DENNY. President' J. E. 3T0KMF.S. CUBBY, Vice Prei'L S. C. DENNY. Cashier. R. T. Au't Cashier. J. U UllJ-- . Safety Oipotit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUK BUSINESS. J. E. Samual D. Cochran. Alex K. Denny. J. H. Pomjt, Storniei. S. C. Danny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. m I W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Oirector and Cmbalmer. Ollice I'houe 18. Residence Phone 33. 'I fill I llllnv nrilll Mm The Public's Answer "'s Pro(uct right?" asks the manufacturer; ' ttSS Wrifl llllfffllilflnll W most cflicicnt. enduring construction?" "made of the best materials?" "hy thc ,n0St ski,,fu1' workmen?" ' And thc public gives thc answer through sales. ',c motoring public has given "the answer to United States Tircs-r- oi' sales sales increases which arc big continuously big and growing bigger; so big, in fact, that they are growing even faster ian amaz'n l'oum w MC nutomobile industry;. That's the motoring public's answer five types-g- ivo that United States Tircs-- all BlipiWUIBaWMtL. i "xe 'wvvv W v V wiw fS Lancaster, Kentucky. Vfiili I 111 III1 1 mitt Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- Ml 'till II (III llll iwi " ' ' VWWl uYaViWM l -44 CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roun. Canker. " nAmh am intoitDO t'G Mf i Nil I'A MaM aVkl V i f n ii . ii r uiarrnoea ana an ureases 01 rouiiry uf w , ill llvll I illlnillill liilllllllill at US, V iLnVtlJ -- fill Ml i V?" ixxiluv criiiLra L'Ulli vi'dir. , n.4, .rvattt. lUtJktown. It tut k' IT- u. tcmaiiJlf4nlhflaHkiitf4anlr. rianJlittliii,ltrtlt-cMrtUJ- ,,. . ttfj. tzi Cc:rar.t:cJ .iJ," III! Ira bit iccMic 1 by J. RobL Crtine, Eiristtyin, Ky. Price 5tfc at all Dru&Isti. toOLD CiV bari I B f m uumm.; It I I as. l' A Tin or r,vtry R. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster. Ky II I rf?.JL A ' - '''"' HONOR . ROLL BANK.; STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. l'ay your bilU by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check schemes. Never lend an ear to Follow some system in saving Do not be haphazard about it. Kent a aafe deHsit box for your valuable papere. Make free use of the service we olfcr. Teach the- child the valuu ct money by giving them an allowance. Meat your friends at thia bank tor transacting Important business II III 11 .jr'.v . Arc Good hres on.n... 1 to 1 1 u i yi inviinih'tfiattii nnnnniitiiiiu iinuitYiuiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiin iihiim uiiilu tiTiiilv n i .'rii nun iiuii ii iniHiiiiiiuiBBUJimi mi l iiiiii Lia.fiiiiiiiiiiui iiiiBiaiiBfiriiTiTii iiiiii i iiii 1 nrni iiunin II lUUriMtftU am Bto l ! ...-.iiiii- illlln wl nnnnfISS r a ti i vv' rm wr i unnnnnnnnnan m ij. i i itw .111 iiiiii mi nviviv.vnvf n ii hi iiii iiiiiiitiii ii iiiiuns : i luiiui i www i i ..nninnnaGnamnneni ,i 'UltUBe''1 v v ni 1111 tswwi i ftM.sM'.-- l v 1 I H Illlllll.'AlttMIl i UV, OF LANCASTER, KY. U. P. HUDSON. President. J. j. WALKER, Vic W. O. P.Iqnbv, Aaa't Cash'r Joe J, Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, taafclar. book-Keept- 3fc Citizens National Bank Prtit. United States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Service Depotswho can tell you which of the five types of United States Tires exactly suits your needs. EX GARAGE, LANCASTER, KY. Trf MffrailnairMaavi aiaanmii ikt The Central Record, Thursday, April 19, 1917. TheCentral Record INCORf ORATID. IN MEMORIAM. REPRESENTATIVE C. H. BAYS TALKS v The death angel has visited the home $1.00 a year. of Mr. and Mrs. William Morris, and usueo Weekly. claimed for Its victim their darling (laughter, Hebecca. twelve years old, J. K. ROBINSON. Editor. who died Saturday April 1 1, 1917. She R. L E LKIN. Local Editor nnd Mtfr. was ill only a short time with t.neu Kentucky Assemblyman Makis ntf ted l lh Toil omec In I aucaatrr, k'J. monla and God released her from her pain and took her to live with Him. fccond Clxi Matt Maltct So weep not loved ones, weep not for a Strpng Sfatiment. Member Kentucky Press Aasociation her, for our loss is her eternal gain, and We cannot realize now, why ono so young and with such bright prospects Eighth District Publishers League. WORD IS HIS BOND." should be taken just in the bloom of "HIS youth, but we feel that Christ selects Lancaster, Ky., April 19, 1917 the ones for his city just as Wf would There U iu ono uioro widely anil pick a boquel of choice Howm-?- . favorably known tbniiighout tliemntiu-tain- s Rates For Political Announcements "Farewell dear Kebccci thou hast of Keulucky tlian the Hon. ('. II. left us, For Precinct and Citv Olfi;es . . .$ 5.00 Bayf. Sr., of liurlmirsMllc, who repHere thy loss we decoly feel, 10.00 "or County Offices resents Hip roiintles of Knox nnd Whitley In the lower bouse of the inttor State and District Offices.... 15.00 Dut it was God who has bereft us. f Kentucky. ern! Assembly 10 He can all our sorrows heal. r'or Calls, per line While In Frankfurt attending tho spe.10 He will all our troubles bear. for Card, per line cial session of the legMattiro he made He indeed will help us. Par all publications in the Interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views, per line 10 05 FARMING AND LIVE STOCK EARLY HATCHING PAYS. to Poultry Ralaara Should Dread So Produce Eggs In Wlntar. ter erg protltiitlon. say seclalisls In tho United Slnles ilepartmcnt of'nsrl. culture.. The pullet that Is liatcbed early uiatures rnrly and Is ready to lay cfpa lu the fnN when the supply Is scarcrst ami prices highest. Chickens that am expected to be revenue for their owners Inter In the year sliouM lie. out of their shells lij L t'rtratcJ ky Uhllcl fitatrs department of agrlcultute.) Knrly batclilng Is tbo arcrct of win pbituaries. per line If we trust him in despair He alone our sins will bear. Written bv a loving friend, Margaret Ellen Holtzcl.'iw August We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, As Counl 1917. County ROGERS NAMED Farm Agent Dy Fiscal Court. Stock car carrying four peoplo 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 the speed-metread twenty-fiv- e miles per hour. or School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. Couniy Court Clerk. y J. o. UOGIE. JEPTHA ONSTOTT. J. imUCt? W. A. DOTY. LAWSON'. Assessor. E. to. KAY. Magistrate District No. 1. J. H. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2. stiitemcnt relnling bow lie inTsonally ' LOGAN ISON. .1. C. McWhorter. D. Wynn. T. C. Invetloitnl Tanlae. TbU U wliat be Rankin, J. B. Bourne. Robert Clark, repotted'Wlille I uas eiiiiipalKnlng in WhitJames Sutton and R. K. Swope. The Coonty Attorney. ley eotiuty ji gin d friend of mine nlm meeting will be called at 2:30. CLAY WALKER. GHEEN had lieeu trotibleit with a run iIohm Mr Rogers comes highly recommend system told me tbat Tanlae bud belped ed and he is now arranging for boys blm. I felt the same way, ami when I Sheriff. clubs to be organized over the county told him so lie tbat I try It. I K. WALKER. and to aid the farmer in increasing the took his ndvloe. yield on his farm with the same amount "After taking only two bottles my State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. of labor. In a card to the "farmers of Improvement Vias simply remarkable. I take n great deal of plcantro In recHON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN, the county he has the folloA-into say: ommending Titulne, as I iK'llere It to ' JAY W. HARLAN. ".To The Farmers of Garrard County;- -I be the t all around tmile and MihkI J. R. MOUNT. have been recently appointed by purifier on tbe market." the U. S. Department of Agriculture yearn Mr. Hays has I'or thtrty-nlnRepresentative. and the fical court of your county has been a prominent mlnNter In the j BEAZLEY J. A. .ratified the appointment as County Christian chtirtb. I Ik Is sUty-nluyears of use. He litis lived In Knov J. HOGAN BALLARD. Agricultural Agent of Garrard. I apredate the honor of being selected to eotinty since bo was three Je.irs old. If you ilon't fwl rlirlit get Taiilae County Judge. serve in one of the richest counties in If your Htomaeli Is our ami you the state and I earnestly desjre 'to do CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. eating tbat all that I can for the farmers of the feel bloated after feeling.and have sign It Is n general tired out A. D. FORD. county. My work is purely advisory that nature ikmsI help to Bet jour sysand there will be no attempt made to tem bark In onlcr. We are authorized to announce th push the work upon anyone who does following candidates subject to the ac- - not fet.i : , ... it Tnnlac is being introduced in Lan tion of the Republican Primary, August, I am deeply aware of the fact that upon the farmers of America rests the caster at R. K. McRoberts. ,For Assessor Tanlac may be obtairtil in the nearby responsibility for a successful terminaEUGENE BERKELE tion of the war. This President Wil. cities. Paint I.i:k. J. N. Metcalf; son has very clearly brought out in his Little Ilecker & Hallard; recent address and I hope that Garrard Hickman, Collier and Itruner; Ileren, A good WANTED second hand County will play no mean part in the bicycle. Apply at thin office. furnishing of food stulTs to the world. S. K. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug I earnestly hope the farmers will enStore; Junction City, Reynolds and Seed corn of quality. Large White, courage their sons to join the Boy's Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Yellow and Silage torn. Hudion, Agricultural clubs which - Crab Orchard, I.yne Hros ; llurgin, (i. are now Hughes & Farnau. ing formed in order that even tb boys Scboolfiel.1; Danville. John S. Wells, or the county can "do their bit" for T. Take warning and make your ar- America. Lancaster. R. K. McRoberts, and W. C rangements to move your hogs out of (Adv) The Government requires that I West. Silver Creek. the city limits by the 1st of May. spend the greater part of my time in M. Acton. Health Officer. J. the county visiting the farmers on their CLEAN UP DAYS. furmi. On Saturday of each week how APRIL IS MONTH OF WARS.! ever I will be In Lancaster and would It Is earnestly urged that every one be glad j meet the farmers of the days APRIL 19. 1773 Revolutionary war county who do not understand the remember tbat the City Clean-Hbegin this week and continue thruout started by battle of Lexington, Mass. work ard talk things over with them, next week and if the trash is not haulAPRIL 12, ISOl-- Ft. Sumpter, CharRespectfully, ed away by that time ir will be taken leston harbor, bombarded, beginning W. II. Roger. as fastas the city wagon's can do if. the civil war. He sure to put all trarh in barrels or APRIL U. E. Lee Robert receptacles of some kind, as that will surrendered at Appomattox to Gen. Itt'por(r the Condition give the wagoners an opportunity to Giant, ending the Civil war. work faster. They can pour the refuse APRIL 23. U9S -- President McKinley Into the wagon, or else carry it olf in in a message to congress, declared a the containers. All householders should state of war with Spain existed. Co observe this rule as the city only & APRIL 2. pledges itself to haul trash away free Wilson JUuk itoluif tiii.iuex at Lam.tir congress on the war situation oi cuarge wneu It is arranged lu Cuuul) ofliarranl. Slut of Kentucky, between the United. States and GerHe sure ard have the con rectaptacles. .KT TIIK UI'K Of HTMNKliR (IN TIIK many. tainors on the street on the days named so tbat the wagons will not have to 10th. ilny of April 1!)17. dnudle back over the samo ground to CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. take away trash. While Hie citizens ItKMU'JICE. have heretofore responded to tho cull For your own ake this spring, go out I.oauaaii.1 III. count. lil.Stii ;i to clean up thoroughly it is especially and clean up something; paint up some- Pile from lUtika 70.317 44 eu.li uu hantl ...... ll.Mil Hi urged that they will make an extra ef- thing. Anj thing. I'hvL'k, ami other cli Iti'Ma. furt this year to inaku our town uotb Quit spanking the children for tramp- ILinklux llonat'. Furniture ami ia,f(o on llUUItl clean and beautiful. The reason of this ing mud into the house. JJake the ' Total I.Tp.IWi t'3 s that an official tour of inspection, house shine, and they will want to take I.I.UIlLITIKri. will be made of the city afterward to olf their shoej and enter in stocking Capital Mcwk ) M.Ma 00 all lu, ill ca.U H.in.la. t'u...t feet. ii.iu uu sac bow the older to clean up has been JJn.1l I. Ir.i 1'rotli., uu ri'n,4 obeyed. So tach ono should see that Quit scolding about your town for its 70 his premises are free from trash and fcolt lack of spirit. Get it clean, for once, Time aubjret loehvek I7')0 wl iOI Poita. old tin cans uml rubbUh of all kinds and see what hapnen. 1,1)1.1 I'J Tho Civij Department of tho woman Paint the fence in front of your house. lHittJiankaaml Truit Coinanlri l upaiii nit tomtit lu 01 club is very much In earneit this year Other Llabllttlia not llicluiled unAnd a surprising thing will occur. I .WW 91 der any of aboiv Lead and every nuisanco will be reported ' to Every time you pass it In the mornTotal ri,(lt tS the health officer who will cooperate in ing on your way to work, you will be Slat of Kcului'kjr, of Carrard, Set. si pleased with yourself that the whole We.ll. i:. ifrltnbrrta Cotiuljr W. i:lmore I're.l having hogs moved out of town, stables and J. deutaml ( aiMer uf the nlxnu uauieU Ilauk ami out nouses cleaned. day will go better. loaiileniulyaurar that the ln atateiueni We would not be surprised if that feel- la true, to th Le.t of our I nun ledge mid btllvf. Frogs Protected. It, E, Mcltoberli. i'rtaident. ing of would actually In rriince, fr uro protected by J. W, Elmore, CatliUr. register Itself In your Income. Mlll.Mrll.H mnii .wnrn In IIa.u .kl. ...I. law much uh foil uro lu this country. " If you want to lift yourself out of d.rofA,.7iriVi7. lhero Is u closed Keuson, und hunting Will 8. Ilomitr. Notary IliMIc, My cummli the mud them by ulglit I forbidden at any ton eiplrea Kabruary IV, JtJJ". Now's the time-t- his spring. Black time. llICTOt your boots. Every Week. K, II. Markibur V. A.Uar, T 1, 1'rlrr, :t ' cl l i J e e -I ' I j t the meeting of the Fiscal Court last Saturday, mention of which was inmde in the last issue of the Record, the appointment of Mr. W. H. Rogers, who was reconmended by the govvri)-ment, was confirmed nml ho ussunnd his duties last Monday morning. The court also named a JIoi.nl of Control, composed of ten of our leading fanners ' and to whom the Farm Agent will re- port as to the progress of his work in the county. The board is composed of the following and they have Called a meeting for next Saturday ofternoon, at which time they will elect a chairman and secretary; Dr. J. A. Amon, Robert Rose, William Whittaker, E. 1 ' j I Arcade Garage Manner's. Co. KINNAIKDBRO$., fjSu HON. C. H. BAYS, SR. GREAT q Iq ll tightly built' Interior view of roultry liuuao aultabU for th win ter care of laying hens. Note tlia dr Injer of litter on th floor and the Uyini; boles. GASH RAISING SALE. Every tliiiifj in otirfgnuih'' ilepntinit lit will nci-iiin prici for ciisli. No elimie fur ruilit We limit 110 tires of tho following lirnnilr; GG0DKK II. G SsII.VKKlOU N. G. FABRIC JCOOPKR. GOODYEAR l tlio (Jreiiie-- si mill GORDON.' Ore slock of tires ever We will :t ll u uny line in the Ihiiim; .slio'A'iiIlii yottr city ''lu I"eHm ''s' nll(' f( lllc 111 ten ,K'r nl 'ess cent. You know us well us we tlo tires tireiitlvnnciniJ every inontli, anil if yoii'.wiiut to luiy your print equipment nt rook bottom prices liny the in now A list Mow will (jive you a few of our ninny hnrgnins t April 00 at tho latest. If they are prvp-erl- y cared for thereafter they will begin to lay eggs at tuo very time eggs nro most tainted. To a great extent the poultrymcii of tho country hate overlooked this pie fact. Tor ono thing, birds hatches! later In the rprlug or summer nro net Inclined to bocomo brofsly until late tho following reason, nnd thus an tin profitable circle Is forintsL Kacu year pullets mature too lato to produce In tho fall and winter, and they kit too lato for their offspring to tlo nny better. Tho poultryuiau who wishes t get really gowl returns from his lin k a ,. must break this elide. The growing tlso of Incubators has mndo this comparatively easier. There Is no reason why Incubators should not bo tilled In .March and early April and tho hatching over before May 1. If iiu Incubator Is available It may be to secure broody hens In the neighborhood. That they will repay tho trotiblo and eipciiKo Accessary to obtain them Is Indicated by results nt tho government ltiltry farm In Mary-lanThcro It Is not uuusual to gel a dally average of one egg for every live bens throughout tho full and winter, and lu aotno (hmis the average has been an high as ono egg for three birds. If anything llko this percentngo could be obtained on farms tl.c ordinary poultry farmer would dcrlvo real benefit from tho high prices which eggs bring for it period of hevcral months. were $4.25 Cash . ' $4.00 Two Cylinder Pumps, were $1.50,Cash 1.45 . . Horns,;were $3.50, Cash 2.90 ACSpark Plug f orBuick. were $ ) .Cash .90 Champion X Plugs, were 75c, Cash . .65 Porcllnes, regular price 40c, Cash . .30 Toolboxes, regular price $2.50, cash $1.75 Spot Lights, Double Channel Tire Holder, with lock, $7.50, cash $6.00 Havoline CyllnderOil, best on market, was 50c now45c. Five;galIon can for $2.00 We linve ii .... list $34.20-Cash.IJist $43.50-Cash... .. .. nuinlier of ImrjJnius in Silverlowns nml Tires, Milijrrt'io Mtik on limn). p lSGo-G- en. Spray th Hogpens. Soiuo kucceskful swlno raisers practice the cpraylng of their hoghotises, Mb Insldo and outside, with creosote oil or other similar preservative liquid. These liquids not only preservo the wood, bill also ait as disinfectants; they help especially In tho eradication of lice und mange. Creosote olUtnlns tho wood black und Kiunetltnes makes It streaked, thus possibly making Us uo (ibjcctloiinblo from tho st.iudiHilui of appearance. Ion u Homestead. Early Sowing In Hotbed. Seed cau bo sow n In tbe hotbed before tho snow l.s off the ground, anJ the pianta win miiu irom lour iu m . weikH' start when warm weather coinc-li- l the spring, lty tills uieiins tho vege- - I fablo grower bus Hint much start on j the crop grown from seed In tho open I soil. This means early marketing. which every grower la seeking beeaiiso i of tho Increase lu returns. o $35. Silvertown:33x4, II!si;$44.65.Casn... $40. Silvertown 34x4,11 U $45.a5-Cash..- . $4 1 . list $52.85-Cash.SilvertownJ35x4 $44. list $54.10.Cash... Sllvertowni36x4 $46. list $60.20-Cash.- .. Silvertown 37x5; $50. 1-- 2, 1-- Silver town 32x3 SITvertown 32x4, 1-- 2, $30. 2, .Jurt put intone of the Intcs't ty pes of Motor Generator Sets for rechnrjjiuit liutterics. We ein uive you Uik best I service nt the lowest prices. Filtered Gasoline ln4thls sale . . 27c for cash' Garrard Bank 1 Trust dent H. M. ARNOLD. Danville, Ky. 0 ice &9mc 03 .0. ..... FARM STOCK. The disposition of a brood sow goes a long wuy In making her n profltablo dam. Don't give tho ow es corn. Corn makes tucui feverish and Inflames tho udders, lutlitmcd udders aro u bad thing at lambing lino. Tbo tdlo horses should cot bo fed so much grain as when at work, but they should liavo a mall ration. A cwo that Is loon to wean should not bo too fleshy. Never close the itablo at night until tho mud and Ice aro all cleaned off tbo horses' legs. Don't overfeed tbo brood sows and get them too fat. A fat sow never ha a good Utter of pigs. Keep tbe brood iowi active. . Drs. Sanders & Fisher, , i : Veterinarians. Grntluntes of lniliniin Vetcrinnry college nml former prnctioners of Indinnnpolis, Indinnuwill be lucnted, in Lancaster, Ky, nfter'April 20tli., for the purpose of practicini; veterinary medicine and surgery uml operiitinft a hospital in connection, for the treatment of all the diseases of domestic tini- inols, and the churjjes for the uunie will be reasonable. O t ' u m (? k . oooooooooooooooooo g$ P 4 The Central Record, Thursday, April 19, 1917. SPECIAL OFFERING OF SPECIAL FITTING. WAKE YOUR DREAM SHOE COME OF -- A PERFECT Every Womn buying a eJSfo F TRU- E- SPRING SUITS. M These Suits corporate all the latest style features, arc attractive ly tlmmcd and beautifully Si Gossard Corset ' By seeing ; our line' of j PUMPS AND finished. 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 which are so dainty, so fetching, so designed to emphasize the lovli-nes- s of your gown, that you instantly recognize their refreshing Sec them before they are picked over. the newest models. THE Inn Doci Ririinn Plnuic JOSEPH . MERCANTILE to Kentucky relatives, She is the grand daughter of C. !(. Grubbs, one of the first promoters of Uilile College. YOU'LL FIND COMPANY Where Quality Is King. The One Price Store. e9G9e&&&&o'99a& Mel Harrnwc Mr. mid Mr:!. Alex Walker rot 11 rim! from Lawton, Okla., lat Snturdav anil KOlt SALK-- A nice four year old will remain here for several days. They driving mare. Dr. Win. D. I'ryor. A Brill Mertion of lh Comlnsi expcl to take us their permanent Money to Loan. Clay KhUlTni'in, Goinc l.y Thjic Vt Arc 'nlcrciltc nbode here again about July lit. Wo arc selling our Allumin Wnre mid 5las Ware t cost (iuurUiuii. t. Mr. 0. V. Terrell, Cashier of the. Bourbon Chicken Medicine and House Itlchlands, Va., National Hank stoped KOIt SALE: Good Jersey milk cow. Miss Kathleen Walter was a recent oir I'l Lancaster for a days visit to relaWIRE FENCE t.ii Qidy n Jiniill lot of AMKKICAN rENl'E left, the I'resh with seound calf. J. K. Hobinson. visitor in Danville. tives and friends. He was returning the miirket. home from a husinpis trip to Cincinnati. KOIt SA1.B: 12 bushels extra liottom Dr. Loui Tinder made a business trip W. Montgomery luMn' ur'1- - W- - M- - Uurgc.s. Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Wheat Orills Binders Mowore Com Orills, Planters THE HUSTON II IK .MARKET " ossJp Ctr?! " J V II IN THIS COLUMN. w, .J WATCH SPACE EACH of I OUR Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows lt Exterminator "J t.; . WEEK J. R. MOUNT & CO. rhe &uar- We have a new line ti Lexington yesterday. Pent House. r,M.S. HATFIELD I DENTIST. LANCASTER, I and son, Clifton MeDoilgle. and Mrs. J. Miss Annie Maigsret L'lkin is visiting H. Hamilton motored to Versailles, Miss Aitlmire Mattingly uf Lebanon. Sunday to see Mrs. Otho Muntgomeiy Dr. and .Mrs. Mattield ami Mrs. Kpli who is quite ill at the Woodton Memurllrown mutorid to Lexington Tuesday. iul I ' It! ' Single Comb llrown Leghorn Eggs, J.UU CASH. Erie C. Kurra. for 27- 73 -'. cents, 10O for llox lnlirmarv. m I I JII l xrT-&lrtrJLJI (rontor ami Heller Sinulny Schools for a tlronier "Go-To-Sunday-School for all Kentucky is MA Y 6th, 1917 One Million People will-attend- ! In a concert given nt Oxtord Ohio by Mr. George IlalW. of Itichmnnd has College CleeClub, assisted .been visiting her sister Mrs. h'dgar the Western !V aesthitic dancers, wo notice compli-- ' Price. mentary mention of Miss Ilorencc i Mrs. Hfnry Sinipon spent the week- Johnson the talented musical duughter end with her little daughter who has of Mrs. Lula Johnson. the inea!e. The friends of Midshipman Grant will ' hlsie, the briKht little datiuhter of be pleased to know that in a recent report he stood ut the head of hisclussof Dr. ami .Mrs. M. S. Hatfield. U uil 2lXt members, being perfect in mathehi of measles. KENTUCKY. y Mi" N'll Clark, the oMest dauShter matics, (Calculus) this term of mathe- lt most dilli-culofMr. Jim Clark leave- - fri.Uv f.,r matics neing considered thecourse, in the Naval Academy Ashville N. C. )t the war his clas.) wiHgrailuate Mr. A. H. Iiatin has leturned from and Better Kentucky a visit to her daughter. Mrs. Itol'ert n year earlier than ichedulcd. Mr. und Mrs. V. A. Lear announce Colt in Cincinnati. the engagement of their daughter Mr. ami Mrs. Kwinu Stults of Knox-- 1 llernie Guitcn, Vllle Tenn., lire the KUests of her par-- J to its Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Itnurnc. Mr. Mac Wilkir.s of Slk'lliv, North Carolina. Mils Joan Mount wa u Kest of Mrs. I l'oud in Stanford and enjmed the The wedding will take place in May. ("Society Minstrels" civen in that city. Eggs For Hatching: l'ute Huff Or- phington strain. 15 for $1. or luu for ?5 W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. 10 Sport Hats Plain Sailors & Bangkok for Friday and Saturday. Nice line of Veils and Children's Hats. Prices to suit one andall. bushels of cultivated for sale. hemp seed Tenter and Sutton, Lancaster, Itoute 3. JjJ WANTED-I'osition practical as nurse, apply to Miss Georgia Johnson, Lancaster Ky. in care of Mrs. Loula C. Johnson. .) Day" Men Wanted with hoi be tmd wagon, to sell F. W. McNets Sanitary Remedies; the only sanitary line sold from wagon. Can make $300 a month. Apply-tFurst and Thomas, Freeport, HI,, or L. 1). Carter, Nicholasvilie, Ky. ' For Sale Or Trade. will sell or trade to land my prop-- 1 erty on Richmond street. lt-pMrs. Fannie Long. 1 Rella I Come, let us go to Sunday School! KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Mr. It. ftminer who has been for the past two weeks, recuperating at Mar- tinsville Ind. will return homethisweek, .Mr. Charles Collier and handsome son James Collier Jr. of Fork Kidno. Tenn. were in this city for u few days this week. H. liourne and Mrs. Kwini' been in Lexington at the bedslilo of Mia Anna Leu Woolfolk who has been ipiitu ill. Mrs. Bamboo Shoots Palatable Food. For Sale. Iliiniluio shoots are cunlderiil edlblij In China, mill it Is said that Just a few extra choice September when they are of good variety they spotted poland china male pigs, will form 11 iegetible tliMi that hn uu sell cheap if taken soon. rival. Lawson and Montgomery. 19'2t-pd- . Ravenwood, Mo. Arnold Francis Public Square I IOTI TO Stults hao J. JURY HONEY. 12S ACRE BLUE-GRAS- S March Term money ready. It HEMP Joe J. Walker, T. J. F. SEED NOTICE I have opened up a Mrs. Cornie Clay, who has been upending the winter in Florida will weel to be til? (juest of Mr. ai.d Mrs. (Jreen Clay Walker. - FARM. WANTED. Automobile Owners. Spring time is herebuy your new set of Automobile Tires from us. We handle none but the best and wc will save you the dif- ference. We sell the following FISK. FIRESTONE, KELLY Ires: GOODYEAR, Mr. Sam 11. Harris of Louisville. Mr. and .Mrs. GeorKu H. Harris, of llirming-hawere ;uesta for u few of No.lt li5 acre farm ml in grassl JudRO und Mrs. E. W. Harris. 40 acres need plowing for corn, tobacco Miss Meddie Hamilton the tield sec- or hemp; has 1 room dwelling, dandy retary of Chautauqua, who will lecture stock bam.well watered and undeV new here next Monday, will bo the K"cst of fence. This farm is situated in walking disMisses Martha und Helen Cill while tance of graded school and churches. heie. Let us show you this one at JO. Call Mr. and Mrs. Malcom llousu have on or add-e- si I moved to Danville. Mr. House has 01 e of the chairs in that handsome linrher shop, just opposite the Xew UiUher THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. I hotel. Lancaster, 1y. Mr. T. Johnson l'rice entertained I ths Chuutauiiua Circle this week. I Wanted to buy 30 bushels of cultivated hemp seed. Mitchell Taylor, MS) St. Danville Ky. PLUMBING AND da, CLIPPERS FOR SALE. One horse clipping machine and one Ap- sheep clipping muchine for sale. ply at this ollice. TIN SHOP in Lancaster, over J. R, Mount & Co's., store. I guarantee my work to give satisfaction ami my prices will be right. FOR SALE. A good folding bed and a child's wooden bed and Singer Sewing Muchine Address rS. or call this office. NOTICE, We have 11 MR FARMER. Your business will V After GOODRICH. 1111 intresting literary program light rufrethinenls were served by this hostess. Misses Elizabeth Cibbs nn.l Annfe Hell Hurnsiilo have returntd after tup of several motHlm, to Texas und other points, the guest of rela- lives und f 1 lends. Wanted You to Jet our free cuttilug on limited amount of Choice Cultivated Hemp Seed that wo will fetmlrset mul line J v.ini l')17ermi nf linl '' I at $14. Get your order In while, they S. S. S. Lumber Co. lust. A f. appreciated, P.B. WILLIAMS SPRINGFIELD, RAClNE AND THE UNITED STATES. J naae Roses, See us before it is too late. BECKER PHONE 27. & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. m I Mr Frank L. Moye who spent part of his lust aummer vacation with Mr. uiul Mrs, Itobert Elkin has jcineil' the Dah'.'Aviation Ucrps", now statlcriril at Ft. Oglethorp. Ga. l)r. Anion, Elliott. Kinnard and Everythiw; for Orchiinl. Lawn and Acton motored to Lexington Monday Garden. livening to attend' (he reception given Write for free Catalogue. No Agts by Drs. Ilarraw- and Hullock at the opening of their new ollicers. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Mrs. Clinton llaitin of Detroit Mich. Lexington, Kentucky. Is expected for a short visit next week 1916 IStl. (Rhubarb. AsoaraRua, Shrubs. UraDe Vines. ires; 'Ai-Ini- uvmn - crpn MD Bru I . CiWP lllinlt. it'Ilt uill II !Tutllt. ,utnwti who J . . liumti tlila unrimr I. Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. in ' liemp ntany tim price. 2.8-3m- o L ut the tiiuhestmntkot I.!i.COX. NOTICE. All persons having claim against the estate of the late J, M. Turner, will present same to me properly proven, at once. Those Indebted to said estate will call and settle, J. U. Tope, Administrator. look as tar as you ukc -You will never find more bcAutifull Will Paper than I can show you. in touch wltli me today II. D. ELMORE - Paper Ilunginii A Specialty. jjUHltriiitmfU.jjLH. The Central Record, Thursday, April 19. 1917. AUTOMOBILE AT SUPPLIES Irk- - uj m..Tf IIIIC IfUiHcMS OIUUJ ECONOMY I .111 I T " " " Nonoallj'i Candies. Prescription for Soap rrnmtr tr rmrt ltiul.iianritriMl1)nif'iH(rrlrrntulli h. IS Hit Eczema atindurd thin fitl1.iVt of rOarwrt- Id akin awnyrlMnaiMirittth), Cmi In ml tk ut luut bulk Im kpj Stormes Drug Store l KEgfflfc Tires and Noted Club Woman Tells Should Be Pricticed Homes. How In Economy K. K. McROHERTS. Lancaster. Ky. ( American II IE Ice Cream Tubes all sizes for all cars S2.S0 S3.nO SSI 1 Mx 30 x .1 Tube Tube..-- . ',V2 We sell only the standard Mosler Spark Plug at 2 Sets up. Automobile Paint and Body and Metal Polish. Top Dressing to brighten up the top and trimmings. KELLOG A 30 x 3 Tire OS 30x3h Tire 512.95 Dustless Polishing Cloths, Cham ols Skins, Wool Dusters that will not scratch. TIRE PUMP. powerful compound iTHERMDSl O ') I THERMOS BOTTLES No nutomobile is pump thnt makes tire pumping easy. COLD completely equipp PATCHES ed without one or two Thermos bota. and Valves insides lor quick emergency work on roadside or at home. tles. Cold Coca-Col- Limeades, Electric Lamps for Head and Tall Lights for all cars. Hydrometers for the care and testing of storage batteries. for dry cells. Am-ete- Water. Puneh.Gin ger Ale- - always ready. I f I rs Gulf Suprema Oil and Grease for Crank Case, Differential, Trans- mission and Cups. Kentucky Low Round-Tri- p Educational Louisville & Nashville, R. R. 24-25-2- Association. 25--2- LOUISVILLE, APRIL Tickets on sale April . 8 Uawler alsj suggested the planting of home gardens and the canning of surplus food products. Quoting from a recent statement of the Secretary of Agriculture that there was in this country an annual food woste of about $700.1KK).000, resulting chiefly from bad preparation and cook Ing care in the handling of food, Mrs, (Jawler said. 'When an ollicial of the government feel it necessary to call attention to inellicicnt home management as a contributing cause to the nation's dilemma. is it not time for women make a real and earnest study of the subject of home economics nml reliete themselves of this stigma?" Speaking of the high cost of women's dress. Mrs. (iawler declared: "Our hope is that it will strengthen our plea to women to adopt a sensible Jet arlis. tic, becoming dress, anil thon wear it till It can no longer le worn. Although women are exerimenting In son.e parts country with standardized street suits, and generally appnite the S suggestion, Mrs. (iawler said the women lack the courage to wear them. 1'ointing out the necessity of setting the right example to young girls in dress. Mrs. Uawler suggested that It other means failed, such girls be placed upon nti allowance suincieiit only lor actual needs and compelled to make their own clothes. No other method". she said, "will sooner bring a girl to n realization of standards ni.d values," feeling of staunch und truenatriot- ism Is shown by the women of the Woman's Club, full of gratify yet prompt readiness to meet and shoulder any responsibility they can that may come to nur country during the war. A Practice by wumt n of economy in American honiei by budgeting the fain iiy income, exercising ttivlom In purchase, eliminating waste nf food and the substitution of cheaper and more nutritious food for those higlkjn price, was utged by Mrs. Joseph C. Onwler. of North Yakima, Wash,, chairman of the Home Economics Department of the dencral Federation of Women s Clubs, In the Council meeting of the Federation held In New Orleans. Mm, FatUr. mm mrlr i mm- - Or ar W NUNNALLY'S Candies Seciul Ice Cream for this week. l, Peach, Tutii Frulttl, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla. Meal Serred Any Telephne Hour W. 3C DC O. 3 KING, DC No 202. Proprietor. D 1L DC a. Q e. CONCRETE WORK Let Me Figure With You On Your Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTKhl). PRICKS RKASDNADLK i -- ; Kates From Lancaster and All Way Stations. 6; : limit May ist. United 8Utes Hit No "Penny." Tlio hulilt nf calling the one-cepiece of our American coinage u pen 1 J. DC N. TRIMBLE Contractor. LANCASTER, Ky. 31' See nearest L. & N. Agent for Particulars. KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 3765. Farm. r lour in sacks or barrels, lluy now and save money. Hudson. Hughes & rarnau. WANTS Telephone 192. g uy" Will make the season of 1917 at Bellevue REE $50.00 Kentucky's Choioe 37(k-- excuse. We hate no penny iu our coinage. At one time half-cen- t pieces Displayed In Ererr Arailalle Place. were coined hut now the unit Is one Time Has Cobm To Skow Your cent, the hundredth part of u dollar, PatriotisB. utterly without foundation or FLAG 3C 3C Tie RED BLOOD AMERICANISM . Sire of Highland Choice, champion yearling of Champion two year old of. 191(1. IDIG. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. UAIUtAKU Here is a message from oie of Dart ville'a patriotic citizens urging the dis play of the American flag in all public p'aceir Danville, Ky.. April 5, 1U17. IS COMING TO THE FRONT Itight now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the imimrtarce of gooil health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ollice, that eterylicdy should guard tluir health as a priceless s. session. When you Hnd yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with evert body at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief ami take a course of COM-CEL-SA- Cheater Dare 10. First diurt, Little Kato 5S.J1, by Prince of Denmarl:. Tim undisputed champion of 1910, 1911, 1912. Shown in eight stated, including pi incipal shows of Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee. West Virginia und (leorgia. Hum never been defeated In breeding class or when shown with hU colts or lit head of u herd, lie won the breeding class at the Kent icUy Stite I'ilr in lUIL', 191!!, 191 1, 1910. 1UIG, und headed the winning bird in P.l'.', l!U;i. 1911, 1915. Won class for finest stallion, mire or gelding, anv a?e, at Kentucky State I'air 191 1. 37(J1, by Sire, My Own Kentucky Chester Chief high-clas- 1129. The best living son of the famous Chester Dare 10. The leading sire of show horHes. Chester Chief has to his credit ten which have sold for $21,760. One mare, Rosalind, sold for $0,000 after winning at Madison Square Garden; one gelding for $3,500; two geldings, $2,5So each; one mare, $2,600, and many other high-price- d ones too numerous to mention. s Fee $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Pnone joe Mcdowell, . 232-R- jr. Danville, Ky. lion. Wood rove Wilson, CMCUIT COUItT. President of the United Sates. Arthur Matlock, et al, I'laintitrs. Washington, I). C, Honorable and Dear Sir:-G- od bless VS Andy Matlock, et al. Defendant. our country, fiod bless the loyal, )tople of our country: God bless I'ursuaut to a judgment rendered herein al the March Term, 1917, the our country's beautiful Hag; God blesa undersigned Commissioner will sell at our patriotic 'resident, Woodrow Wilpublic auction before the Court Houso son; God bless him in his efforts to endoor in Lancaster, Ky. at 11 o'clock a. courage patriotism in the minds and in., or thereabouts, on hearts of our American people. MONDAY. APKIL 23. 1917. in what more elfectite way can this it'being the first day of the (Jurrurd County Court Term, the real estate be accomplished than for our gieit and mentioned In the pleadings and describ- good 1'rrsident to request all of our ed as follows. truly loyal and patriotic people to dis Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows; lleginiiing play the .American llag in every church, al a stake in the Wagon liraii'-l- i of n every synagogue, in every school Copper Creel:, corner to Mrs. Hovel's house, in every college, in every lodge lot; thence with the meanders of said room, in every public building through brunch, S 13 K poles S Ei B 20 ioles S PJJS 14 pole to a stake in the middle out the United States of America? If there ever whs n time when pa of said branch, maple luaiked as u pointer; thence S 89 W .Ki poles to a triotic Americans should exhibit their stake in line of whole tract, three American patriotism, that time is now, young white oaks marked an pointers; when our beloved country is cursed thence with old line N Z!i K 128J poles to a poplar on a bottom, corner to with foreign ereinies und spies. No other president, save Abraham whole tract, some distance from Cedar Lick; thence with line of whole tract Lincoln, has ever hail such dilliculties N 75 K 10 poles to a fallen blaclt oak, to overcome us President Woodrow aforesaid. Wagon llrancn; thence down Wilson is experiencing right now. same with it meanders to the rontnininfr 55 iirr r,uul .....i Therefore, must earnestly do beseech 32 jKiles. Ileitis the same laud inherit- - ' you to encourage the display of the en uy puis, hiui Hells, trom Win, Mat- American llag in nil the churches us lock, deceased, und conveyed to Win. Mntlock bv Julia Tsehong and others well as elsewhere throughout the United States. This will surly have u patby deeil dated March 9, 1907, and in Deed Hook 23, page 110, (lar-ra- riotic ell ct Hnd all truly patriotic peoCouutv Clerk's ollice, ple will huld upyotir bunds unit back you '1 lie purpose of said sale is to settle the estate of Wm. Matlock, deceased up in such u move, and God will bless Hnd divide the proceeds among the par you in vour patriotic ulforts, for this is surely God's country. ties entitled to receive same. TKKMS; These suggestions are from an humThis sale will be made on u rmllt nf ble, patriotic American citizen who six and twelve months und the will be required to execute bonds ' served through one war and now stands wim uppruveu security lor We purchase ready and willing to do what he can for price, due In six mid twelve months his country if it should need his services. icspectively, bearing six per cent inI was born In Lexington, Ky., Octobterest per annum from date until paid, lSuti, and am In my 81st year. having the force and effect of a judg- er 1 ISth, beseech you, mv dear Mr. President ment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. fl. Drown. Muster Com- to not throw this In the waste basket missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court but with all the sincerity and earnest-net- s and a lien will be reserved uiwn the I am able to express I pray that property sold until all the purchase you will give this matter your serious money Is paid. W. 11. I1HOWN, M. C. G. C. C. consideration. Patriotically yours, R. II. Tomhnton. Att'y for Plaintiffs. Ctpt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. SANF0RU I). VAN PELT. begin-'Hilar, 1 pur-ch- R Lciially (Jiiiirnnti't'd to satisfy you. or inency lmck If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for lack nf red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells ut One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the sto'iiiicb, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigestion and heuduches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOPK is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIiOV LINIMKNT. for nit Pains, bruises, burns, etc. l!Sc and f0c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 37.ai 3L Jack-White-Mo- on West Ilroadwuv, l.OUISVILI.B, KY. 3L 3 C 3Z a h'i A Check for the tummy yutiove ami note how much more resI pectfully your creditors re- liartl you. They like to do buslnuss with a limn who has an utcount at the Garrard Baak ft Tnul Ct. They know he Is doing business In a business Ilk way. Uetter open such an account even if your alfalra are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday, April 19, 1917. her sister, Mrs. A. I.. Davis last week. Miss Grace Smith of Richmond spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. II. Green. V'hlte. Yellow and Silage Seed Corn ot quality. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. II Highland spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wr.;. Marsh-banks. t CARDS J Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Mr. and Mm. J.' I.. Dozier and Mr. and Mrs. .less Dozier spent Sunday in Office at Rainey'a Livery Stable. Richmond. Kmory Howling and Deward Centers Lancaster. Kentucky of this place have been Very ill with the measles. ROUTE No Lancaster lo Richmond 11 21 Miles. ... of Silver Creek Mr. Willie Rhode 'spent Saturday night with his friend, Mr. Otto Howling. Mrs. II. I). Creech and Mrs. W. II. wpre guests of Mrs. J.T. Thomp-,so- n j Mave I Ie.Iwards,m.d Phone 365-M Richmond lo Nicholasrille. . . 23 Milts. Ntcholasville to Lancaster . . 22 Miles. Total Approximately . . 66 Miles. on Wednesday. Mr. Chrisman and family of Silver i Creek were the guests of Mr and Mrs. J. T. Underwood, Sunday. Mrs. W. I'. Anderson and children parents, Mr. were the guests of Calls nnswered promptly, tlnv or i and Mrs. K. K. Conn at Lancaster. night. Phone 303. jj Messn. Otto Howling and Willie I ; Rhodes, Misses Sallie Anderson and Lancaster, Kentucky. J Allie Creech visited Miss Addie Rhodes : Sunday. BUCKEYE, KY. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. hr COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. We have been talking Gasoline Economy and here's what we mean by it We mean to emphasize the fact that the KRANKI.IN ha held the world's record against all comers since lUcsl, cle;en year, for miles obtained from n gallon of gasoline. To further establish the proof of this achievement locally, we will on Friday, April 2Uth, conduct u local gasoline ellicirncy test, using a Series U. stock model. Franklin touring car said test to be officially observed by th responsible, disinterested erson who will accompany Us over the chosen course and will, at the conclusion of the test, go before a Notari l'ubtir and he rworn to the truthfulness of the lesult ohtaind. The route selected will be from Lancaster to Richmond, to Nicholasville, to Lancaster -- n route of approximately CA miles, n RULES GOVERNING TEST. All pipe lines leading from main gasoline tank to engine will be disconnected Hnd only a glass bottle will connect to engine, llottlo will then be tilled with one measured gallon of stock gasoline, speedometer set back to Zero and the car, carrying four passengers, will be driven over the route outlined above. Start will be made from the Central Record building. Should one gallon be iraunVient to complet the course, a second measured gallon will be added and the route completed, at the end of which all gasolin" remtiniiig In buttle will be measured accurately anil the remainder subtracted from total gallons added and the miles thus obtained computed in "Miles per Gallon." A FREE FOR.ALI. COMPETITIVE TEST. Anyore with any other make of car is privibdged to compete with the FRANKLIN in this test, provided tne foregoing lulea are complied with. FIVE DOLLARS IN GOLD. To the person guessing in advance the number of pints of gasoline the FRANKLIN will consume in covering the route, (see conditions below) we will give I.".( IN (SOLI). (IARRARI) CIRCUIT COURT, I'laintilts. J. F. Collier's Ilnirs, Defts. Wm. T. Nelson's Heirs, et al. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the March Term. 11)17. the undersigned Commissioner vdll sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, n. m , or thereabouts on H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky V. M. Paint Lick, ft' John Casey, I). S. CONDITIONS OF CONTEST of this newspaper intere ted in gasoline economy are invited to compete lor $5 OU in gold to be given by the HtANKLIN MOTOR CAR CO.. to the person guessing bow many ints of gasoline will the Seriea U FRANKLIN consume in covering the above route. (SuesSes may bo submitted, (use rouxin at right) at anv time up to 11! o'clock Noon. April 2l)th. t'rize for the correct guess will e awarded by a competent committee comKed of the three official observers of the test and tin-- winner's name published. Address all communications to Franklin Motor Car Co., care ot this newspaper. Reader I'RANKLIN .MOTOR CAR CO. guess that the Series model, will consume Route No. 11. I '. FRANKLIN touring ca'r. stock pints of gasoline in covering Name Address . City cribed as follows; DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. In Garrard County, Ky., on the wa-te- la of Canoe Creek in two tracts and bounded as follows: Tract No. L (Lying on the esst side of pike) Regaining at a point in the east tract of the ML Hebron and Ken tucky River turnpike (a black locust FUNERAL DIRECTOR standing tn east side of pike bears 10 Office Over National Rank. teet S til J F.) said point a corner to Lot No. 2; thence with pike S E 222 feet , Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 cor-- 1 to the corner post of a wire fence, LANCASTER. KV. ner to Joe Hicks: thence with his line . N 751 F. 903 teet to a point in the middle of a drain or branch, corner to said Ilicks and to Tom Montgomery; tnence with said Montgomery un drain with general course N 3S V 204 feet to n point 10 feet West of middle; N ! W 150 feet to a point mi west bank and !.1 feet below the forks of drain: ud MONDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1917, Veterinary Surgeon. it beiiu 'he first day of the Garrard Veterinary County Court Term, the real estate Graduate Cincinnati mentioned in the pleadings and cieCollege. -i J. A. Beazlev The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes IbrMeA'und Boys. Franklin Motor Car Company. IncortHjrated, 250 East Main Street. LEVEL GREEN last Sund:y. Lexington, Kentucky. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Moore returned guests of their daughter Mrs. Mrs. Addie Davis and Mrs. Jt.m,ie to their home in Williamsburg Monday. McMlllian Friday. oittce; "lurmn HnlldlugoTei liati A Aadc Mn still Ul on, iimntire Ktore. Mrs. I.ens Tuiner visited hcrdaught-e- r (Ireen and Mrs. Susie Creen were the 'ter n visit to their son Frank, and Miss Catherine llourne of Lancaster mt,i.nB nf mke and with No. 2 S 25 W Mrs. Lily Clark last Saturday. pleasant guest of Mrs. Itynum Davis family. KENTUCKY. was th. attractive week-en- d guest of 193 feet: S 10J W.fifiO feet; S 3s E 42S LANCASTER. -feet to the beginning, cnntaining,29.84 Misses Ethel Mac Davis anil (Hatha Miss I'eachie Mao Sanders. Mrs. Uly Clark who has leen very last Tuesday. sick ia some better ut this writing. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis am! daueli. Auglin, and Messrs John Kid Layton. Mrs Mat Folger has returned to her "CTrVt No. 2: (Lvinu on the West SAFETY-SERVIC-nome in Somerset after a visit to her side of pike) Ueginning at a point in Mr. and Mrs. George Davis visited t ter and Mr. Frank Ledfoid were t'le. i Saturday evening. .daughter. Mrs Walter Fain. the middle ot the Mt. Hebron and Ken-- 1 her parents Mr. and Mrs. Houn lust pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. M, Sirs. Jolin Imlor, tucky river turnpiku and corner to Lot SATISFACTION , I Sunduv. l)Bvis last Sunday. nave neen ollereil llie No j. Ulcllce laying pike N 00J W 215 aamiera nros Mr. and Mr. L. T. Allen visited their j sum of $400 for one of their registered teet to u point in.lnldulo ut a dram and , The big combination I Aberdem daughter Mrs. RlulTard Jennings last Lame cows but refust-i- l olTer. corner to Jas. Stone; thence down hoi- From Weak .! LOVVhLL Sunday. low with Stone S 42J W'25d feet; S 37 . T ft.,.t Strang of Mr. (Mens Itoberts wifo und children , w , 13 ,eel tll ,K1,1ItW 157 ,dow a Wnen To Well in The ... .., . Mr. and Mis. Will llryant anil Mrs. i ,. ciiti. Jessamine were the week end visitora lil.irk walnut: S lit? feet to a leal condition. Mrs. Mary A. feandera nnd family. oint opposite the mouth or a drain en- ot Try thrnu I'oley. Ki.lncy l'llln wilt Iteiing from the east: S 51 W 294 feet ' Mr. Enot Davis was here on business quick-I- t anil unit-ii!o ur otjur nu-Master Holman J. McMlllian return ,0 Bek Wllnul Hnd lat lliey tiavo tluno (ur Mr., homo bunday after a visit with hi1 growing together, corner white walnut' Agency the past week. to said Store btrayrn ( "lust .car. I ffot almost down wlta grandparents hfr. and Mrs. John Kay and to Howling; thence with Howling i AISO 5-1- 0 & Year Farm Mr. John Kuhlmau was a visitor in ::.y Imc k," wrllia Mra. It. T. iilruyncu joi leei; s j up unottier iionow o ou i, lialm svllle, 3.. It. No. 3. "1 uf- - ui i.ou. i Richmond Saturday. rr,l (t.'in mnammuiluti of tho blatl-r.c- r. Loans. Key. Carlos Jones of Louisv 1 atopput doctor, ntt an-whenever D;m Little Earl Maurice llrowu has been 1 rw wore. I trlcil Foley Kidney will 1111 regular appointment ut u1 u ,ill S bOj E 1S8 feet to the angle i is, liuile afck for vveralda)s. i.' t uttrr lukliitr tliem awlill" . Mtt'.lcr uctlon Ucatne regular and Scntta Fork the fourth Saturday night ot u wire fence, corner lo same; S 2S Tlicre can Us no doubt Miss Miillnt Wylie spent the past til' Stl .'lllir aelisatlun dlsatipelred. t and bunday. E 4t7 feet to n point in tho middle of i as to tlx merit of C:rdui, nm now uuoiiKir In my tack than l'u week with Mrs. Joe Roain. I., c n for tvveral ytars, and sinco ki- the before mentioned turnpike and cor-- 1 I the woman's tan'.c, in I. ner to Lot No. 1, (a black locust rtand-- i UK Mtlt. - . V 11.. . the trJiiicr.t ct many Mrs. Johnle. Iliotvn is vlsitinghcr son l.o return of thoB...J.1. trouble." BACK BAD TODAY? ing on the east side of pike bears 10 t'tt-,troubles peculiar to In now to uso l'olcy Kidney I and family near Lancaster. f....t S Ml Et! thenco with middle and I "i e tlioutvids women, rills. You will feel an Improvement 'I llackacho Is usually I mm kidnuvaclit und .meanders ot nike und with Lot No. 1 the very tlrst ilnica, showing Rig Dert Wl Ite Seed Corn. ot women v. ' I: "e been ouliklv lliey act on kidneys ami I makes you dull, nervous and tired. Uw N 33 W 425 feet; N 10J E fifiO feet; N helped by Ur ul n the Milling, Co. lilEdJvr. They nop IrreKular urinary oast 40 cais, I recluHV.0. .'fc. rule pain In tack nnd aides, Doan'a Kidney I'ills for weal; kulnw,?' nmrr Mr, and Mrs. John Wheeler visited t.ctn. uii btitf Julius and aclilne mus- - I irnmrrnirv prrol tli.it it is a B(iW SHIMS UIIl-V- " limit r sive tits. Tin V I'UI II" kldncya and llncl-.- 1t -t- he remedy recommended by your Lftci Wm. T. Nelson by title bod. rood medicine Icrwcrnen relatives at Nina Thursday. in sound, liculthy condition. Try friends and neighbors. 1H70. It should who culler. from J. F. Collier dated Jan. 1. I . Ily Chester 1'eavlne 3184 by Hex Iea- Little Miss Annie Sailler spent Thurs- tl.vii.. J. II. Dalton, farmer. Crab Orchard help you, top. Sold Everywhere. day .night with Mrs. John Wh-elw uy "elt wcuonaw. rirsiuam St.,, Lancaster, says; "A year or two the estatu of Wm. T. Nelson and Sarah v,nt ago, I had trouble with my kldneje. N. Nelson and to satisfy the claim of Flora Carter 8119 by Hed Squirrel 53 Miss (Hatha Augliu spent a few days Hereby Hlack Squirrel, COY Mv back ached nnd wits sore und lame. plaintiffs, U'lia Itettis and Myrtle to last week with her sister Mrs. Andy di. i (jont ring, amounting to $12.10.95, und Unp0fe there is u better Mv kidneyB were irregular in action. I Davis. vide the proceeds among the (mi urn bred horse in Kentucky thun Kentucky It. H. I'reston continues unite ill, bought Doan'a Kidney Tills ut It, F. entitled to receive same. family were the Mr, John Tudor and Gentleman. He has been one of the Dillard Littral sold n tiore to Odus McKoberts' Drug Flore and used therr. TERMS: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Davis most successful horses In the show ring Tenter price The backache left me und my Mdiicja olTet said Said commissioner will first Sunday. lying on that this county has produced in years. I have land in two tracts, one tract Dillanl Simpson bought a horse from were soon put In good order rock Lime, sand, cement, brick, one side of the road und one tract on ; He is just the light size for a saddle had no return of the trouble." Thus, Davis price $150. screenings, etc. Hudson, Hughes & will offer side, and Woman's Tonic i'rice 50c, at aldeulers. Don't sim- the other as a whole,then he will accept horse und his first colts which are four Mrs. Abe llurtou has been with relaand he aaid land Furuau. ply usk for a kidney remedy -- get the bid or bids that realize the most years old now are showing the saddle tive in Madison recently. .Mrs. N. i. Vcrticr, ol gaits nicely. Mis. Edd Nrowu bus returned home Doan'a Kidney Tills-t- he game that money. lllxsoit, Tcnn., wr.lcs: Tho Auto has put the light driving after several days visit to her brother A little son was born to tho wife of Mr. Dalton had. Koster-Milbur- n This salu will be made on n credit of Co., "1 was ru33inc tlirouclt Clayton I'reston on the 15th. six Months Hnd the purchaser or pur. horse out of business to n certain exIn Richmond. M;y oacK anu I'rops.. liuirulo. N. y. Hie chasers will bo required to execute tent, but you don't have any troubls James I. Sanders; bought a horse sides were terrible, and Mrs. J. II. Davis und littlo son, were bond with approved security for the in selling a saddle horse, nv sulferincr IndLScriba Walden Hrua. price f 105. tliu guests of her Bister, Mrs. Lena from purchase price, due in six months bearMANSE. ble. I can't tell Just how I am going to offer the services of Koberta, the little daughter of Mr ing tlx per cent interest per" annum llrowu Sunday. and where I hurl, about Miss Mattie Wylie stunt Tuesday ot from date until paid, having I he force this great horse at the extremely low I and Mrs 1'hll McMlllian has been quite nil over, I think Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilurte and baby and elfect of a judgment, upon which price of $15 to insure. 1 am giving this place,. begsn Ccrdul. and ray were the guests of her parents, of sick. execution may issue, payable to W, pains crew less and less, Mrs. Tom Kalston who has been quite II, Drown. Master Commissioner of the you for $15 what most men would Mr. Mra. Squire Newby are rejoicing Kirkaville Sunday. until i was cured. I am Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be charge $25 to $40 for. oVer the arrival of a baby girl on the ill Ij seme better. remarkably stroni; (or a Metdames S. I'. Davis and John TudDo you appreciate it? If so send years ol use. woman (h 1st of April. Mijs Allie Cieech was the week.tnd reserved upon tho proiwrty sold until or were the guests of Mrs. Chester 1 do all mv housework." your liest mares to the court of Kenall tht purchase money ia paid. Buy a bbl. of our high grade Hour guest of Miss Sallie Anderson, 6 Try Cardui. today. Clnrk Wednesday. W. II. HROWN, M. C. G. C. C. tucky Gentman and let him get you a Mr. and Mr. 11. D. Creech visited L. L. Walker and J. I. Hamilton, At- nice colt. now and. save money. Hudson, Hughes Mr. Htm Finley of the E. K. S. N. her brother, Mr. M. F. Wells, Sunday. torneys for Plaintiffs, A Farnau. was the guest of his cousin Mr. Will NEVIN CARTER SUafe., Miss Glstha Anglin was the guest of Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Mr. and Mrs. John Hay were the Finley from Monday until Wednesdsy 25J E 110 feet tn the middle nf n water gap; N 1st E 370 feet: N Mi r; rfo teet; N .Mi E223 ft. to a point in the middle of the Sugar Creek dirt road; thence with middle of said mad N 63J W 779 I feet to n point in mvldle of road and at the northeast corner of the Mt. Hebron church lot: thence leaving road and with line of aid church lot S J W 195. feet: N 86 W 304 feet to a point in midJIe nf before mentioned turnpike and at the southwest corner nt sam KHjth church lot; thence with pike S 3SJ W 131 feet to a point in middle of pike n n I. II I. I, W UUI Phone 229. W V ttf ,; iI Best by test. . jmir KUUiiiiuLtu. U KV IWIOMOCjlJ I " n lll'UIB J 8 to 12 a. m. ro m. y T, u. uuimj uuu m . tnL.... ii. n. uubuiii l.n,l.).rnr '" """": and and !,,,, .... 3 InSUreQ D. A. Thomas. 20 1 It Hefa! M Stfe .. iiuiiiuuui uuniuuiinn uivi " .mimnu... Take CAli ... MTto m ... 3 J. Ij. 4 FOR SALE AND. RENT Proper'; Listed In This The Central Record, Thursday, April . 1 9, 9 1. ,1 1 Colomp. Fair List Prices CS2CCH'llli"wii"i"wi-T7- 2 rm-t- 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - So. C. I it suburban Itact of 1IW acres situated nn ItiHln pike with building site for dwelling light at the city limits cltv water ami light Installed, most of this farm In gran. This farm will produce the vailely of crops usual to the beat lands in this county. This tract has one largesplemhdly construct ed atock barn, one S acre new ly constructed tobacco barm. Kami well fenced and watered. Thi tract has KENT Ccttagi on it, always lentrd, produce aTental tqual to the aver-ap- e thut income on u J,"0W investment, i Trice $20,70(1. $5,700 cash ami balance in equal paj nienta d'le in , 3 and 4 vears.. Uuy thia tor n home and live convenient arid accessible to the udvan-face- s of one of the beat ."mull cities BOODRtCtl BLASK SAFETY TREAD TIRES V - OF SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Sld'csscr In Hughe Sttiiirliroi.il J "A TWs A Tire For w A9 That" Or' KENTUCKY. f.fW&mMU? CIO Ala anywhere. No. G. Is a tract of 70 acres; ha all the Improvements of tract No. G and Is priced at $12,J50 and is '.voith the money Terms $4250 cash.and balance in equal payments maturing in 3 and 4 year. '', No. 8. Is one of the mot attractive, substantial, anil convenient suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms, including halls and pantries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres suitable for bjllding lots. We will trade this handsome city dwelling and acrage in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. j No. !). Is ft bargain, 170 acres a miles from Lancaster, right on turnpike. has two dwellings and two good barrs. This farm will produce hemp and to bacco, about one half in grass, price $100 per acre. 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated in the city limits, large size 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 will take $2500. No. 11. City Property Dwelling. 7 rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street.Jarge lot and has all conveniences including garage and barn. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn. Urge lot fronting on Lexington St., cheap at $2500. No. 13. Building Lots Under this No. we oiler you attractive single and ' mil A&YcuUcilufcrTbrm, rm I'rni ii linn in i gh in the eyes of Goodrich as largest tire. Goodrich knows caste in its tires. Goodrich is careful thai: the best standard of material and workmanship goes into its small tire as it goes into the biggest tire. ' HATEVER the size of a Goodrich fabric tire it stands LANCASTER, Headquarters for Real Estate - IN -- "THE LAIND OR NOW" EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Our records for the past eight ytara show sales of inure than 1:..VMI acre of (ami. beside i large (mount of town and city pioierty (ml stocks of mer- cnanuisr. amounting to more limn i, KM.im.m and thia liininom w Mom to in entire rntlnnction of more tlimi MKI am) cuitrmrra anil they are my references for "fir ilealiin:." Knun my experience in the limine. I know how. when, where and what to advertise. To the one who haa prorty to , lamia, city dwelling lots or tiunlneaa prorerty, merchamliajnr any real estate irupoition. I anlirit your husineK. can hanill it to your entire aatinfactioii. List vour farm or other iroity wild me now. I now have on hum! a long list of partie who are coin? to l.uy rmnelliiiiK mmewhere and jour prop, erty may he j'ist what I am liNikini; fur. To the one who wants to invest, t solicit our liatronaL'e h. I Lhna- - u i.. . and know that when ou clo-- e a dent through me jmi will cet "valse received" for your money, I have on hand for !. at all times n Large Number fif Tainis. Dwellings City Troirty not in the advertised list. b. my li.t of property is , by i ales, expiration renewal., listing new piowries and some of my best properties are not adertied at the reiurst of the owners. II .ou are a of Canard Count). 'write ine and I w III tell tou oil aliout our County. Us fertile soil, it productsmi . ... r .iti.i . goon. lariiiut-smails. scnoois uim cnurrnes, 01 Lancaster nnil it business, ii. luwni.. ...i .1. The following 1. just a few of the properties I have on for sale now'. clii-nt- s iroH-rtyconstant?)-chancingI backs up the small tire and the big tire to the same utmost limit. Buy Goodrich tires in the size 'you need, confident you are getting' the best Goodrich can give, which is the be3i fabric tire made. TLe B. F. Gooilrfcli Rublie r Lo. Altron, Ohio n i Goodrich Fair Treatment, too, i KAIIMS. lZ$ttZZZ$T2XZ.Z "JScs mil t zx2 tlic ijomr JR.zx.rz " zzzvwif n inm ii1 11 I w nu " ww wgrn I jT"n rzJr t 1A. TnXTANisafibrcsblc NOT rubber. It is water stub-proo- double building lots, splendid location. over 300 feet deep. $450 to $900, capable of water and light connections. No. 14 125 acre farm all in grass. 40 acres need plowing for corn, tobacco or hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dand) stock j i barn, well watered and under new ! 'I flexible, V f, proof, matches your shoes per fectly and outwears any wore. Ask your ucaicr. eathcr sole you ever I SEtLBkWl rJ , RtXbrCo! Akron, Ohio T T (ph ', .. . acres, wan room house, good orchard well located. on pike, close to sciiool anil churches, or 10 acres with Urge barn adjoining can acres, possession at once. lie HUUrii. maxing :i.i A small farm of VS acres, 3J miles Irom town, on pik e, r.ew 7 room dwl. farm of lMl acres, partly rolling land, go,! Improvements, on pike with aUiut KM) acres of clilT and grazing lend thrown in. rt leruie larmoi acres wiin pieil(:m improvements, land well and is on pike. A ii n ri.uii linn 11 01 . r the GOODRICH I Sole uJ U.'J'I Exov A farm of is) acres. 011 pike 2j mile from tow.i. land rolling, very fertile ' mostly in grass, Isige tobacco barn 4 room house. A farm of MJ acres, extra tobaceo and he mil I ami rnlli.,.. I splendid dwelling, land well fenced id well water,.! let n. t ,,.; ,tUfr M(t out buildings. A farm of U8J acre of rich land, part level , lolln g, ,!w,Iu. of H room halls, cellar etc. 2 acre orchard. 2i miles from mm, ..it. r. , one a bargain. MI acre, of very tertile land on pike 1 mile from town, good dwrllirir and large barn and other fine orchard and the lard pncid fence. is suuateu in waiKing Uis-- f tance of school and courches. Let us show you'this me at $80. Call on or tins mrm Two I extra good flesh milk cows for ii,.,.,-;,!- ., .i ir..M... nl fi, " KorSale Some good four year old j mules, either single or double. TirHUi Real Estate AgtBy. ' G. A. Swinebroad. D. A. Thrmaa, Mgr. ' For Sale: Three vearold black jack, i Odlce Record Qldg. Lancaster, K with white points; also two Angus, bull A. D. Bradshaw. calves. Uuitjr Cowl Days. For Sale Cheap; Family mare, 10 Richmond, 1st. Mo'ndat. hands, gentle for children. G.Aitlowling Paris, 1st. Monday. FOR SALE; Forty-tif- e sheep with Frankfort, 1st. Monday. nice bunch of lambs. John Cress, Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. I'reachersville, Kv. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd. Monday. FOR SALE; Sorrel mare, six years Shelby ville. 2nd. Monday Sain Cotton. jold. sound and gentle Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondp; . ( FOR SALE; Registered twoyearold, Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday short horn bull; also several young Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. heifers. J. M. Wheeler, Nina. Ky. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Mocdav. FOR SALE; Two 2 year old colts; Somerset. 3rd. Monday, (ieorgetown. 3rd. Monday. one yearling colt, nil well bred. One I single disc cutting harrow, one double LANCASTER. 4th. Monday g Winchester, 4th. Monday. dic cutting harrow. If you are Monticeilo. 4th. Monday. for bargains call light away. Versailles, 4th. Monday John (!. Kinnuird. address. tie Fill ?n Picture Puzzle No. 8 ! right. farm of 128 acre,, 4 mile, ft, m i),.,, on p,le. lard partly Improvements. A f.rm of 110 .c.e. of fine l.,.d well lm,od. on pike acc.ible to mar-kof three county seats, land Ilea well. A small f.rm of 18 acres, oncfourlli mile frm pike, with gocd improv- A rollina-splendi- CITY 1'HOI'ERTY: .1 fi '' .W i I. r. v . Ii 'II i I I I r T'."'-- . I ll! mtuein dwelling of 8 roi mi. 2 halls, cellar, Laid room, modem improvements furn.ee heated, electric lights, water wClfc,, mj '' and 4 acres of lard. A dwelling of Ii n ms ard oiil buildirgs at d 4 acres of land, , Another r.ew mcdern dwelling of 10 roim uiil. ..i. A number of other dwellings and building lots. For further particulars aid prices iMpiiic of Nw ,,, 's, SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. ."17 20. Lancaster, Kentucky. look-lin- .1 FOIC SAI.K t S Some irnntl vellmv. PinMrnif lit iinfii tr fl lie' V t HIUIILiI sJ ai Ilium 1 X A i WLfUllin ? drotigh proof seed corn, also some . ..... . wune i. ii. nnepneru. i ...ii. corn. l'aintLick. Kv. FOR SALE; Nice two year old Hllv. Lvloiv iltu lieaci'isr U for UiV exctu ' by llurtons horse iind out of a mare by iiae ol our limn, r ami let ..t.i ii,. i ii uenij. ,,. ,., ii r.,un. .iu-I- i tlm .HI. ot limns nn, Nrm a. Hie Isnnrr s.tiifij lu silver. Kor Saiv; ilyer-laotd WvHnilottu tlw No notice will nuikiiIisI ov-- r lunr price fuo, lluii. aud will ltoitjr (ii u oi tiie . I R(.OBP,rriorchiirprt) 14. nat ion, rami i.ick, 1 I'mnnoi Ol V 15 llig Dent While Sexl Corn. liurrurd Milling Co. good' Jack for sale. I' faint Lick, If. IC. (iiliidjiie pike. Route 3, !,... Hum iy. Foley, D. No 3. I.I .iprllj STOCK .MAItKIVI". USIO.V you drew a reluileer when you drew No, 7. Of course you know It la where the reindeer makes Ills home. Jtelndcers are the automobile of the Icy regions. They make fast time on the Ice when attached to lls. The reindeer works like u horse, furnishes meat und milk to people IriA-oli- l countries and helps Mantu Cluus every year. Now, Ket reudy for another lold y rather animal. Start your pencil ut Nu. 1, push It alone to 2. S, 4, etc, until all numbers are connected. YUS, (.iNClNNATI I.10..K Y.UlPb We-wl- SALE: 40 bu. cultivaleil hemp (i. M. (ireen, Lam-ntRoute 1. er ; H.vrn.K; Uuli-lu'- !il.(rr. . I'slllr ooa l"cuu tr Common to Islr slfer.eiin. FOR S.LE Some Nice Seed Corn. S. II. Fates, Lancaster, Ky Ilelftrs. exirs floo4 toclioii-Conimoii tu fslr ij . iirui(tt.i"i or her i nine?' MlllViSlOV) " ui&V M All the contestants must clip out the nicture after beim? traced and mall 1'iiMiloni; to tho lentral Record, that we may see how well the work has been done. Mhrip tracu out the above picture. lIJ.IU 6u in everv issue or the Record glurlly print the names of all children who will take the pains to You will lindjit interesting and they will appear fiom thUtdate. Wfio will be the first trr send his PAINTED WITH 9V)9iai( 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'a Green Seal Paint your property is completely Print! Formula On Every Packaje, Cons, nlra Uarred flymouth Rock vga, 60c per Oocl .. betting of 15. Mrs. forter Ricli. I'hone t'omuiou to fslr suy-F- I "" .' J UK!. UK9 i s n mi Victor Hiihan', Flora Cottrell, Lois Conn, Ida Mae Young, IMIU Mae turner and Aulirey 1,. Rav. " . Ophelia Oaks, . L'Mlllrt-rt- Hulls bsloKtu. Km bull. I AI.VKH! ,,, S0CK4W ui (0 FOR SALE One break cart nearly trs. llUKitl n new and one Moyer buck board. Fair I'iKUikl llioituvi J. W, Elmore il uojii no Coin mou sad lsrM IOilKisool'sckrrssnitliiiu.'uris II T131SM Ilarred flyniotli Rock eggs. 75c per Mlind packers ......,. I i to,l ;i setting of 15 or twi. settings for $1 2ft. bisa. soosuai ' clmlce litsry Ut ,owa, vaudtnw Mm. J. E. Anderson, j !.! UC Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. eirgs, lo lor tu lv;u FOR SALE: fure Bred H4rred Rock I'lll, hllKKI't.sIrs cent', rnoue (joud lo elioie Tom.Ray, Coniuiuii In fslr I.AM lis; etir FOR SALE; A good carilage and OoimI locholcs .l.l.ir. (1IU1U..IHI lr. .... . , H (Xnifll Mi Fini Cut Flowers For Phones 339.F J All Occasions. nlAK'H.'On trnMUOu I" (4X41 W or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention .Sold by i SOOflUlO' 1I(.VK4U Oil Mi I iicubutuu Mis, C. A Robinson, Ja n4 It I'uiiiiuuu lu fair ; til IVMM 10 Wll Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. e CONN BROTHERS. W'ifJiCiWKm--