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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 26, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917042601_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 26, 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. TWKNTV EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 26, 1917. NUMBEn 4. F1E DDE 3ME 3 QG COME AND SEE AT THE w TINNING, PLUMBING & HEATING CODRT HOUSE M Si' IONDE mm r ROOFING & GUTTERING Let us have your orders 7 HRINGEll DEMONSTRATED WAY NiSHT I . and they will be attended to promptly. WE HAVE THE VERY BEST EQUIPMENT 155 The Most Popular Washing Machine in America m Tuesday, 1st, From 2 o'clock Until 3 o'clock P. M. Whether you uinl n w.isher now or no! mine and sec the strenks tiiken out of dirty shirts in less than ;i ininntc. The Demonstrator from tin; factory will instruct ou in the simple mid most elTectUe way you can .stive time and lighten your labors on wash day. No rub and no .scrub. The Ailitator (Jivus extra attention to worst soilel parls. Your hardest A wonderful lesson in household eeououij. task can now be your lightest The oulv washer on the market using" four processes nt one time No ' The firm touches are being put on the patriotic meeting that has been advertised to tiki place at the court house here next Monday night anil from til? enthusiasm shown all over the county, the old house will scarcely hold the patriot that will Hock In it. A urogram of unu'Ual .interest has been arranged and some of the Lest speakers of the State have promised to lie on hand. Meetings of this character have been held all over the county during the week. The one last Friday night . . .. . I . ..t Ii.rt... i :..t i. , ... i ..nt i.iuk wiii wen auenueii anu much Ihtetest shown. Un Monday night the one held at llryantaville was likewise enthusiastic: the n.eetmg at Huckeye luelay night was a liuinmer and several patriotic speakers voiced their sent! meiits amid tin applause of their heaters. The same can le said of the meet ing at Herrings school house last night. j Jlut thu grand climax of them all will he at the court house in Lancaster next Monday night. Every citizen with a drop of patriotic blood in his veins jshmild turn out to this meeting. I he building will he profusely decorated with United States Hags inter- mingled with the Hugs of thu Allied Countries. The musical program hs lieen arranged and promues to lie a hit from the start. The committees of the vari ou departments have heen named and are as follows; I rogram Committee; II. S. Hudson. Chairman. W. II. Rogers Mrs. F. 1. Frisbie. Mrs. Amon. Mrs. Hubert Tud.l; Committed on Music; Jclin M. hurra. Chairman, Mrs. Ma .N'oland. Mrs. Harry Tmnlinson. Mrs. Jess Sweeney, .Mrs. Leonard Miller; rinaniv Committee: W. A. Fnrnau, Chairm.iii, J. I. Ham. ilton. Mrs. H. S. Hudson, Mrs. W. H. Hurton; Decorations; J. J. Walker Jr.. Cliairman. Mrs. .1. K. Stormes. .Mrs. It. I,. Klkin. Helen (III;. .Han Mount, Khm Morrow rnd Sue Shelby Mason; Publicity; IJ. '.. Klkiit; Chairman; J. F.. . Stormi", J S. Hatelden, (!. I!. I A BATH-TUBS, Large Stock of LAVATORIES CLOSETS AND PIPING m ... Brought at prices under the present market. THE BEST MEN TO ENSTALL YOUR WORK ri if 'CI' J-- Ml-s- Swim-broad- HASELDEM BR felrMaSSIaiMijf Lancaster, - -- ,r o - Noise, Slop or Loss of Time. It Must be Seen to be Appreciated. Conn DE Moors, Brothers. DG3GE1 Coining on the lirst day of May, FRANKLIN CAR. A man from far awaj, To demonstrate a tiling, . Called the Wonder Washing Machine. Uses Twenty One Pints 01 Gasoline He will be herefrom two to three galore Test Run Of 74 .Miles. At Conn Ilros., Hardware Store. Kentucky joining in the choras. The took part in the service. C. i5 Si SlMlSlESfraiifrJJBIp E's. also On COME OUT TO THIS LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. E1E DE patriotic service beautiful When the Draft Bill now before Con- Capt. Kice, ot the American "teamer Kress becomes a law, this is what will held at the Christian Church Sunday 16S-GDairy Feed for cows, ship stuff, night. The Hoy Scouts appeared at Mongolia, which has arrived at a Ilrit hippen: seven o'clock giving a drill and singing wheat middlings and Fatmaker for catFirst-Th- e President will designate ish ort told the Associated Press that Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. the Mungoliu had tired the first gun of by proclamation a day of registration, the Star Spangled Uanr.er, theaudiance tle, voting precincts being used as the the war for the United States and smallest unit for enrollment. TheGov- sunk a German submarine. The submarine, Capt, Itice said, was ornors of the various States will bt about to attack the great liner, in asked to have the Sheriffs of the coun- Uritish waters on April 19. He de- - tics appointed legistera to take the dared theie was absolutely so doubt names of all males between the ages of wes hit and there was l'.l und IS. Those who refuse to enroll that the Mrs. yvoo.ln.vv Wilson and Mm. Tom ,.. cu-Short, of Cincinnati, for every reason to believe it was des- - will be arrested. troyed. The naval gunners on board Second-T- he Marshall huve pledged themselves to n numl)t.r r years aresidentof Lexing State ullicers will a clean hit at 1,000 yards. The empt from military service "persons ,, simple living ard inexpensive clothes ( 0lrer,M thw Short farm of L'.OOO ieriscope was seen to be shatteied. engaged in industries, including agri ns an example to the ome.i of the d ,,,, nclir Irvine to agricultural States. 'entsofthe University of Cincinnati. a The American steamship Mongolia, cultural, found to bo necessary to the vessel of 13,fil8 tons, owned bv the maintenance of the military establishThe vagrant law should be enforctd who . ilekire to enlist In .the "army in i International Mercantile Marine Com ment or Ihe ,, .. ci. : eireclive operation of the '.. In this town. military forces, or the maintenance of stretch loutth national interests during the testimony to bis ''of loafers by Ihe patiictism. hurl them no a farm. 1 rebreary Third Those not exempted will be I The big tract is located at Ileidleburg the fliongoua carried a crew of Uni-- ; reported to the War Department, which Cold again Monday morning and sc- v- in INtill county, and the Short family vy gunners ill charge ot n ' win make lurlher exemptions. -,, 1.. .w. v rit. tl,.. eral frosts, i.ut II v. of snemlim? sum- -' l nursery and crap authority, says that! mer. vacations theie. Five1 hundred l.i'Utennnt She is one of the largest! Fourth-- It is climated that by Aug uwer mo American nag. ust 1st the oOO.WO men desired will be neither fruit nor clover are damaged acres are ready for u.imcdiuti cultiva-M1'1""'- 1 ,in training ca'np. In the meantime l, lk, !ii,. much ns vt. IVhentw i.il il,. remnlnder is adunted to ikii the Government must pruvido equip damaged as was thought. STANLEY dairy farming of live stock culture. ASKS l.ustro Finish will give service on jour Large White and Large Yellow Seed S'c per ipjart at Conn Ilros. Corn. Strawberry Seed Corn. Lincoln Prize Seed Corn, licids Yellow Dent brick, rock, Seed Corn. All carefully selected ami I.Miie. sand, rement, salt, etc. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. of high germination. Hud.on, Hughes and Farniu. This country is at war; not only with (iermany, but with old high cost of living. "Let me suggest that every one who creates or cultivat.es a garden helps Our lluur is guaranteed to please you and helps greatly to solve the problem Hudson, Hughes and of the feeding of the nations; and that or money buck. every housewife who practices strict economy puts herself in llie ranks of Old Furniture for Dale. Fine Chest those who serve the Nation. This is . diawers and fuur beds Phone the time for America to correct her Vanhook Ilros. unpardonable fault of wastefulness and l.ustro Finish, made to walk on extravagance. Let every man and Varnish, for floors, Sfic per Uart at every woman assume the duty of careConn Ilros. ful, provident use and expenditure as n public duty, as a dictate of patriotism It I said the Hermans do not make which no one can now expect ever to good soldiers on empty stomachs, neither be excused or forgiven for ignoring." would Americans, therefore we say Woodrow Wilson. PLANT and keep on PLANTING. Ihe rriuiklin Motoi tar v.ompany. PATRIOTIC SONG. of Lexington, gave their gasoline onomy test r riday from Lancaster to One of our colored citizens. Miitnn and , Richmond thence to Nicholasville Sneed has wriiien wnr.L a song entitle "Thf Patriotic Mother". to Lancustei. u distance of 71 miles, L. N. Mil This ?ong has been copyrighted and J,"'K'' I''re'1 Frlsu''. Mes-irWr aml E w Morrow acted as judges, many are the predictions It will rr..V: mmU' flom tn" l'.cord Ihe author liotii rich and famous. It T,le tXatt stilT was sung for the llrst time Tuesday ,"ic! and the run was made in evtninc at the Colored Cnm,.,nem,i breeze all the way. A prize of $3.00 for the one guessing near and will be reheated at the Patriotic was ll'e """"it of gasoline used which Kally next Monday evening where wc are sure it will meet enthusiastic appl- - w98 K''vr" Mr J,f!,su Swt,eney who aue. So one could arrose n.ir eMnr.,1 K"i's.ed the exact number of pinta aa sioca usru aureus of lack of patriotism after "u" "r knowing how they sang and appreciat gasoline purcnaseil or J. r,. btornies. ed this tong und after hear; rig the patriotlCaatterances of the principal of WHAT WILL HAPPEN this school. ,l ,;,. "''"'-'re- d """ Wfcen Draft Bill Becomes A Law. U. S. SHIP SINKS SUBMARINE Mrs. George Hobinson in a forceful "Old Glory". Do not fall to attend the patriotic Kev F M Tinders discourse on "The meeting next Monday night at the "'ag. Its Honor and Its Glory" was timely, voicing as it did Court House. We all need to be more ' beau,tiful patriotic, we have been at peace so i Pat'oti8m and the spirit of service long, --we need these meetings to arouse ,httt "nould animate every American Tlle church was artistically our patriotic natures, just as we need!t1odav' religious revivals to arouse our spiritual iueraiea in "aga ano patriotic songs Itesides nature. heenminf mnr.. were sung by.the choir and audience. patriotic you may learn something. ,Truy the lay of the pacifist has ended s Do you know the of France, ' any nave nopeu unu prayed that our nation might he spared or how the Hag of poor little down-- 1 Pe-iovin""speaKauie norrors ot war. but it trodden Belgium looks, in other words i ; how many would recognize the Hags of 18 ureeu tnav we must take our place i on the "far Hung battle line". Out of our allies? the wild storm of war let us pray that . . l,,n- 1... II nona. ' . Against that day. let u- sOlsKVllti , ' Stt'ke for our altars and our tires. J f ittimnii . wuisc iui .no irrn graves oi oursires, God and our native land! A and was ' PATRIOTIC MEETING.! manner read Hiley's poem lfllKlUIIl (...i ,,, BUGGIES, ItS" - 2- - !... . ; li -- 1 V a a! m ment for the recruits. Fifth -- It Is estimated that the reg.r v VS X istration will result in un enrollment of v r. t ft I r At f. 4 In his lirst war proclamation uiued 7,0iH).(XiO, and about W per cent of this in by Ciov. A. O, Stanley he calls upon "umber will be weedod out on account the ministers of tiio Commonwealth to of physical disabilities. The r.l'0,000 to nrmuunve from their pulp.it next Sun-- 1 bv ",I".,"J from tho reuuining CO per day the Impetativ duly of oil Ken- - taM- - wi be chown by lot Must be Gone Throufh Afjaln. tuckians to pQiduce in much foodstull'a VWV ITflf I pf us possible in oider that the provision- -' I lllti Utvll. kC ing ot tho allies of tho Umtd States Mu as well fnc it mid iJet done with i' Mr. John Anion, who ulwiy-- wants may be carried iut. May us well nl o get all the Ih'lp you cm). He saya the crops to which ajwilic a,vl usually guts tho belt "what la" recently purchased ' some ijice attention should bu given ar mil , soy We have n lot of rub savers. thoronghbied atock for vvhich'lie paid . bans, und other field beans, u "f llia purchaand lie alsosays it ia the f""cV luiiv u "e registered polaud chi.ia duts of every furmer to produce t us DUST, SAPOLIO, AMMONIA, PEARLINE, GOLD Q. much livestock us possible, bvulimeun. Kilt bought of K. W. Monnler. of E!i jfl keeping hree'ding stock at home. Ho wl'Otli. 111.. iinJ a fine Aberdeen-AngU- i J- - 1 Hlackwell. of Fayette, ti. urges that.we go ufter the vagrants, BON AM!, BRUSHES OF ALL SORTS, , ,",r' TION OF MINISTERS. I li THE HOUSECLEANING ORDEAL V H ' ' cov'v-pea- s buck-whea- t, j M aiii-lni- : Mo. TUBS AND BROOMS. And Everything else that is intended to light- en labor. . Theo Currey. . . "We call on the County Judge, Mayors and civic organizations or the, H OF I fllUNfl IIP towns iniissisting in getting all Idlej The high cost of living has been the labor to the farms and we ca'l on the County'Judgea ami Mayors to rigidly sole topic of conversation on the streets enfore the vagrant laws. There art) this week . Kverv where you go you thousands of boy., in the cities urtU hear some one say, "well 1 just don't towns from 14 to 18 years old who ure tee how we are going to live." Nearly not employed during the summer. Any all food products took a big jump this to enlist will do his week, Floujr jumped to tC.GO a hundred i boy too young i iO country patriotic service by helping sugar is selling at 19c u pound, lard at 29 cents, and meal has taken a jump. tin production of food crops.' i f Lancaster. They are selling fast and you can get a great bargain while they last. Come at once. top Buggies ever shown in We have the best closed I W. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, April 29. 1917. Weekly Bulletin of Ifarmi 3CZZ1I COLUMN eiclu-iv- ICZ3CZ3 . Useful Suggestions Storms DO YOUR Drug Store. ma ototirurmfriult.orlbrrt, iiid I, for Ihe isle ot itoeki f mill mid tnch thing on (aim l Ihe Isrmrr csnnol aflopt to sitter-tli- r So notice will he scteMeit over lour line,, mid will beoulrln Iwo littles ot Ihe tcosn. free ot etistre A below Ihli heading Is tot Ihe A MATCH FOR SATAN Br MARTHA V. MONROE One night at n masquerade lull two Ixtvih appeared, n man ami n woman, is ho mil ti CD CZ3C it Ice Cream Parlor. Nuwally's Candies. "J he 1 L L goodJack for sale. P. E. Poley, I'alnt I.lck. It. V. I). No 3. SALE: An KOK seed. KOII SALK-So- exelttil eouslileratite Interest, The repriwiititl I'miit, the woman Marguerite, 'rt"eiitly a thlid iktkhii Mephlitopheles. tu. cultivated hemp entered. repreM-ntliiThe Interest was heightened by (!. M. Green, ulid liiul tnlklm: togethLancaster Itoute 1. er, bold nt the same time ratting NUNNALLY'S EYES EVER BOTHER Bluring of vision and watering. You need Glasses. "COMMON We have them. gold rim and rimless SENSE" GLASSES that will give you Comfort and Satisfaction. IT GIVES LIGHT. CORRECT THE BEST RESULTS. Are you afllicted with ltup- or Hernia? If fo. wearing a Smithersonian correctly titted, Safety, Comfort, frequently a ISrTh. SMITHSONIAN Iture TRUSS l.s. Trass, means and quite CUKE. Satisfaction :. .'JJZSM., w lie 1917 SSBfly lire riv an unfrequented two illsapsarel Kor Sale: Three year old black jack, part of the hmie, where iHralonal with white points; also two Annus bull p.lsM'IN . saw them sitting ti ery much They seemed A. I). Hradnhaw. tiutiiaiki-ilcalves. aborleil In each oilier Kor Sale Cheap; Kamily mare, 15 l'nut left .Marguerite to keep nil ell hands.gentle for children. (LA. Howling gagetneiit to iIiiik - he had broken two engagements fur Murgueiite, but the whom he had the third KOK SALK; Knrty-fivsheep with woman with lilui-n- iid Mephltopheles tame for John Cress, nice bunch of lambs. her. When I :i llnlshiil his Joined Preachersville Kv. il.uiie he came luck to eonthnie the tele n lrle and. tlndlng MepliUtophele KOK SALE; Sorrel mare, six years Ills place.' m ow led. Meibllophele Sam Cotton. scowliil back. Marguerite gave Ihe old, sound and gentle. latter a mil. Indicating that she pre KOK SALE: Nice two year old fillv. ferred the former, nlnl .Mephltoihele by Burtons horse and out of n mare lv went nway sullen. K. E. Henry. Ijiter Marguerite, darned with old Preston. while Paust was seen Kor Sale; Silver-laceWvHiidotte tanillin: apart, evidently In no gi,l humor. Wheueier Ihe eouiIe whlrle.1 CRK, per settinR of 15, price 50c. S. L. I.nvton. Paint Lick, Ky. by Paint .MephUti'phcle gave one of I tlnwe "ha. hasT for which the devil l (iliispie pike, Itoute 3. famous. Paint Involuntarily fingered tin. Jewel hilled dagger III his belt Ily this time this version of theHsni of "Paint" not liiteudiil liy the nulhor TreatmentIn attract the attention of a null eoterle who were In the secret of the bet. Tho-- e who knew Marguerite l""t jj were of Ihe opinion that she would plunge Paust down Into Ihe tlery fur unco without the slightest Injury to herself, and there were tlme who eon slclerisl hern match fur the devil. It Is ntiiiMiliiu how iiuiii. when made mad by woiiinu, will forget that And he Is nn Intelligent human being there are nes where no lime l to Him his head. Ily eomniou eonvnt Marmietiti was left lo her lover of the miii uud Ihe party to whom ho had old bis soul. To all ap Paint seemed to be playing pearaif-In ie it- -t 111 d s Rlaiues at Marguerite. "Thill girl will lime her heart." said a giie- -t lepri"eiiting Hull Hoy In anHarred l'lymoutli Hock eggs. Me per other dressed lis .Martha Washington. setting of 15, Mrs. Porter Kicli. I'hone "The fellow gut np us rnut Is u huly killer." 3U9-"And I liiow the girl." said the other. "If I 'hum tackles her she'll make hint Barred Plymoth ISock eggs, setting of 15 or twi. settings for $1 25. regret It." "I'll tell you what juu do. Tell Mar Mrs. J. E. Anderson guerlto In go for raut. I'll tell Paust KOK SALK: Pure Ilred Ilarred Itock to go fur her. I'll bet ymi a ibnen pairs of glois nc.ilut ii Ihi of elgarx that eggs, 15 for 4(1 cents. Phone X)5-J- . Tom Hay. 1 win." The tiet was maile, Ihousli It was It would le.nilt III a draw, KorSalo Some good four year old fur It wa not likely that a detlnlle remules, either single or double. sult eniild U obtained, l'nu-- t naturally (!. A. Swlnebroad. gravllatiit toward .Margiierlti', ami the me Nice Seed Corn. S. II, Estcs, Lancaster. Ky. Candies Specinl Ice Crcnin for this week. fc I'r Peach, Tutii Fruittl, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla. Meal l, Smtd Hour Telephone Any W. 3C DC O. 1 KING, DC No 202. Proprietor. DC DC OUR NEW WALL Let Us Show PAPERS and. Not Them To You. are Beautiful Expensive. MoRoberteS Dr ua Store DC DC PI IC REDI6L00D AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and siuml bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. 'W lh ftttl Ul ifr.J' J0$ hPf V S ' GWSUk fd$Fr2dW COST LITTLE MORE These handsome. hustyTirea at little more money maVo jl A .DELUXE FORD CAR. I p. BLAm SAFETY TREAD .M.klTt. lj ht his mrt well, but MephNtopheles was eUilontly pajlns nmre ntlenttoii to Marguerite than does his pntntyio In the IH'in or In Hoiiuod'H famous opera, Paint, Insleail of being under Mephli tiiiheles' Influence, seemed to l an (agonized tiy lilm It was shortly iM'fore the llrt glimwere mer of diiwn. when the riant-eat their gajest, that Marguerite went up In one of the men and eii'ltetlly w1iIshtisI HiiiKthlng In bis ear. The pian railing imother, the two hurried It left the biillriHim In company with Am soon ns they were out Marguerite. of sight mid hearing of lheilaut'er-- she s.ild to them hurrhslly: "Thoe two men are going to kill eat h other!" "The devil!" exclaimed one of the men. the dei II and Paust - Mr llnr-Hand Dr, Wells."' ele The exigency now confronting us emphasize, us nothing could do, the iinmrtarce of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this nllice, that everybody shout 1 guard their health as n priceless os. session. When juu find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the lighting pitch, as l the case with everybojy at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a cuurseof COM-CEL-SA- R "V. GAIN n rubber masterpiece springs from the skill rtnd years of rubber- experience of Goodrich's forty-cifi1 the Goodrich THREE-5UYSmaktns fcr Ford cars. that new SUP12R-TIR- E ! unH hnvt not r.een this iitiikv vet graceful tire, a Ford ct.ee to your dealer and as!: fcr tire of HEROIC SIZE, c scy: Give mc it. PS TiRESfSl $$iMlsWf IS JSZmtfw . M 2 SSffiWOf VeyiJlnvu 3 S ft cr Jtt Goodrich's ' Three-Seventy-Fiv- e' "Well, I niplKe It's nboiit me. Uo quick! Slop llieui!" "Whlih way did they goT "They'ro out on the lennjs tmirt " The two men ran out through a bark door. It was Just light enough tu see two tllui llgures on tint tenuis court hacking nt each other with the short kudos they had ivurii In their belli during Ihe evening., The two men and the girl ran lo where they were, and the romluitnuts, seeing that they had nttnit'led iitteiitlnu, ilesllisl, One of tho-twho had Interfered IimiI; Pnust by tlio arm, unit thn other, n large, IMiwerful fellow, tool; Mephlstopheles by the ear and hsl them buck to the house niul Into Iho ballriHim. The tluiitliig had eeasttl, mid the "What fori" Siiuriititceil to satisfy yoti. or incncy bark you'll do that, vou will not experience tins diicomllture If of being sent back horn-- for lack of ml blood when you answer iho call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor thteee boxes, legully liver, kidney's, Iww-l- n, bladder, guaranteed for tho blood and indigestion and heailarhes, rhvuiuatioui and nervousness. SCIKNCi: SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar. a bars !!5c. Try our t'OWHOY LINIMENT, for nil Pains, btuiscs, burns, etc. "5c and Mc bottles. i, nattily STOKMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 372y-.- Jack-White-Mo- on West Ilroudway. I.Ol'ISVILLK. KY. DC dc DC D C DC Diaw II Check I J for the iiione.y ynuovu timl t liit i! how much more res- You will find it a tiro of burly size, burly in extra rubber, extra febric arid extra service. ii built an inch Safety Tread ONLY, it Made in th3 rccular Goodrich l)if.Rer around the circumference than ordinary rims. Ford car tires, and thicker in the cront, section. It fit3 five-fuit;- er 30-in- Its ctijjhtly higher outlet cort is cancelled by the economy of hitter life, and the greater RatWactlcn you get from a more stylish and more t.Tschnl Ford car. t dancers were promenading or reMlnc Paint mill Mrplilslopholc On letl In like two naughty scIioiiIImijh hero was u shout of laughter. Marguerite made for u door, but she was taught nud brought Even the absurdity of the situation did not prevent tho rivals from scowling nt cadi other, mid Mephlstopheles wuh unconstlously pin j lug lln part of I pectfully your creditors reliant you. They like to do business with a man who lias nn account nt the Garrard I i 4 Bank & Trust Co. The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co., Alron, Ohio TheGOODRIGHJ lore sole or sSioes Outwears kather-comfortabte-drcssy-wakrpr- oof Katun to perfts-tlon- . "Hello, Jim!" nald one of his chums. "When did you como up from below?" Jim cast n malevolent glautu at the speaker, but maile no reply. "Kale," said the lady who hail made the lilt, "I knew ou were a uintcli for any man, but I didn't think you were superior to Hatau." "Como lo the supier room!" ctletl the mail who had lost the glnied. "I've a toast for yon till." The rivals mid tho girl they had fought for were pushed Into Ihusuppar room, fresh rhampugno was opened, lud tliU wus the toast given: "To tho only girl that ever lived wb been too much for the devil.' They know he doing business In a business like way. Hetter open such an account even if your affaira arc not Iarg. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Jacob SchulzCompany incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-- F or 83. All Ortlers Recelo Promut Attention tu Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.. The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917. HEALTH IS He Whs Who Has Hope "ARLO WEALTH Everything. WORKER" LOWELL Miss Cora II. Hurte was In Lancaster Wt Saturday, shopping. Mrs. Jas. llutner of Ashland made a business trip here Tuesday, air. anu Mrs. John Wheeler were His Health His HopeAnd Has I IS WONDER 'Tlil "MIItACLK OF' MODERN visitors In Lancaster, Thursday. Miss Luna Anglin was the guest of MEDICINE" lini nmde lire worth liv ing once more fnr thousand of nervous, her sister, Mrs. Tom Itogers, Sunday, Gertificate. Acknowledgment of Driver and Observers of Franklin Local Gasoline Efficiency Test State of KENTUCKY..? County of GARRARD. W. M. " I men ami women, who hnd almost lost hope. Anyone with ordinary Intelligence know that a had stomach will cause Vou to haeaick headache. Indigestion, blliuusneM, Irregular appetite, insom-nl- a, constipation, feel tired and all run down and depressed and nerynui In spirit. SS: Philips being duly sworn disposes nml sus that lie resides in the city of Lexington Kentucky, nml tlmt on the 20th day of April, Manufacturing "Altl.O" will tone up a overworked stomach, help digest food, strengthen the nervous system and restore the stomach to h healthy condition so that vou may eat wha: vou please without fear of indigestion or stomach troubl. "AKLO" will regulate your, bowels and relieve you of constipation, help the liver and kidneys and restore your energy, ambition and appetite. That uneasy feeling of fullness alter eating will leave you and, in fact, you will feel fine generally. Altl.O is sold exclusively in Lancaster by Stormes Drug Store. Mrs. It. L. Duncan who was serious Office at Itainey s Livery Stable. the past week, Is improving slowly, Mr. Hicks of Ilerea has moved to the Lancaster. Kentucky property, recently purchased from Mr. Knos Davis. Mr. Edd King sold his farm contain ing 50 acres to Ml. W. I.. Moore of Williamsburg, price SS.i per acre. Phone 365-Mrs. Ancil I'arks and daughter of Richmond, spent Saturday and Sunday your with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. BUCKEYE, KY. ly ill Or. Wm. D; Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. M.D J.E. EDWARDS, two o clock The baccalaureate sermon preached Calls answered promptly, day or at Mt. Tabor Sunday evening, by Itev, night. Phone 303. U. A. Dawes of Georgetown, was very Lancaster. Kentucky. much enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis and son, Mrs. Lena Ilrown and Master Karl Maurice and Miss Emma Kinnaird were entertained at dinner Sunday by Mrs. S. I'. Davis: Hurte.' . On the first day of May the Wonder Washer Wrirger Washing Machine will be demonstrated at Conn Itros., at Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. l!)17 he drove or caused to be driven a Franklin touring car, stock model, manufactured by the II. H. Frnnklin, Co.. of i i o. Syracuse. N. Y.. n distance of 71 miles, and consumed on the route from 21 Lancaster to Richmond to Nicliolnsville to Lancaster exactly of stock gasoline, un nuTnge of 28 0 pints of miles per jlallc.n: condition roads fnir, windy; and L.N. Miller of (Jarrard County, and E W.Morr.iw of '(Jarrard County and F 1. Frisbie of Garrard County. Ky despnse and say thai they were with siud W. M. Phillips in the above named car at the time of said test anil hereby certify that the was actually made on the amount of gasoline specified FRANKLIN touring aboe mileage, ubovu by the rar aforesnid with four passengers. . m . Driver W. M. Phillips. F. P. Frisbie. I ' Observers ' t E. i Morrow. L. N. Miller. s Subscribed and sworn to by nml V. M: L. N. Miller, E. V. Morrow, F. P. Frisbie. Phillips More me this 20th.. day os April. V. 11)17. 0 Rigney. Notary Public. SEAL. My Commission Lancaster. Garrard County Kentucky. U, expire February, 1918. GASOLINE TANK RE- VEALS THE SECRET Efficiency is the story. If there nre unnecessary parts and extra weight and complication in mi automobile there is unnecessary drag on the power by the extra friction. If there is poor design and cheap terial, extra drag is there in the same wny. automobile is built on the thrown nwny through cooling water, the ding is still theie. scientific-light-weig- ma- DON'T BLAME THE f.HH.l) .t .. , n t i lmanic juui r asuii . . from h Iitfht cae of measles. .,, timuinii riui luiivui voaiiui unci me Munrv an iiuiib. it Mr. anu Mrs. l,vnn Clark entertaiiieU'i. nm lunv. th- - ,hii,r..n. a few friends at dinner Sunday. many case3 it mi!ans weak ki(ney8 Bnd Mrs. Route of Paint Lick has return- - can readily righted. Itead thisLancas ed after spending several days with ter mother's advice. Mrs. John Doty. Mrs. II. G. Crutchheld. Stanford Ave, j Wonder Washer Wringer Washing Lancaster, says: "My little hoy was Machine demonstrated at Conn Hros., greatly trotrbled with weak kidneys and had no control over their action, which Tuesday, May 1st. Mr. Jim Clark and daughter, Miss!ctU5,;l1 no ftvi of annoyance, and troub- 1 ne c""'1 lool:'(1 ""y- Rot Nell. left last we-- k for Ashville N. box of I)oan'8 Kidney Pills and began where they will spend several weeks. giving them to him according to direct Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Itngie and son, ions. They promptly cured him." Mr. Hnd Mrs. Tom Chesnut of Lexing(Statement given December 20, lttll.) ton, spent Sunday with .Mr. Mark A PERMANENT CUKE. ' and family. On November 17. 1010 Mrs. Crutch-fiel- d d The Ladles working society has raid: "The cure Doan's Kidney a supper which will he given some I'illsmade fcr one of my children has time in May. Vou cannot escape the been a lusting one." 5(c, at all deal committee, they will be round to see ers. Co., Mfgrs., you. The society will meet next WedN. Y. nesday at 2 o'clock. The trustees and others who are interested in repairing MAJNSE. the church are invited to meet at 2.30. Mrs, P. (,. Gooch is ill. Mrs. Embert Clark is also very ill. PKKACHERSV1LLE Mr. lioss Robinson and family spent visMrs. Carrie Wright of Indiana, Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Creech. ited her sister. Mrs. F. L. Thoinpsor. Mr. Roy Creech spent Saturday night The Methodist brethren hold their and Sunday with his friend. Mr. Emory prayer services each Tuesday Howling. night. Miss Sallie Anderson spent part of Mr. Edgar Ho.tzclaw has returned the past week with her friend. Miss to Hamilton Ohio, where he has a good Allie Creech. position. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were guests Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and chil- Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. Wm. dren visited her father, Mr. J. J. Smith Marshbanks. near Hyatt, Ky. nd sons, Robt Mrs. W. P. Anderson Mrs. August Ilartels has returned and Johnny, and little Miss Willie from sunny Florida where she has been Gaines, spent Monday and Tuesday in spending the winter. Rockford Ky, witb her Mrs. J. W. Todd. Mrs. Mary Naylor of Rowland, visited her grand daughter, Mrs. F. L. Andersen. Thompson last week. Quite a surprise and shock was given Mr. John 11. Hutchins has about comVV. P. Anderson Sr , pleted his new residence at the old to Mr. and Mrs. of Madison County, last Thursday when Green place on Drake's Creek. a telegram was received that their son, Finch and Milliard lost a good steer James Harvey Anderson, of Cincinnati by death from getting its shoulder The Lord has said blessed was dead broken, presumably from being kicked. are they that, mourn for they shall be Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress went over comforted. He leaves to mourn his to Danville last week to look at a farm an aged mother and father, four whiMi thee nre enntetmiTatlnir nurchas-- I sisters and three brothers, beside a ing. devoted wife. His body was brought Mr. W. K. ltallard bought a Poland back and interred here. China sow and eight pigs from Dick Smith of the Holdani's Mill section, for $10. Everybody in this community will go to Conn Hros., May 1st to tee the demonstration of the Wonder Wringer MARKSliUltY i uiiniu ii u una iciui riru i I John M. McRoberts. fifln H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky V. John 11. Casey, I). Cincinnati College. J. C 1 Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Veterinary KENTUCKY. DANVILLE. Ho-g- plan-tie- Foster-Milbur- n Huf-fal- J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR .Residence i'hone 3. Office Over National Hank. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER KY. - mid-wee- k The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. G. C. COX, Phone 229. Manse,Ky .m. Office Hour. sister-in-la- M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele: Doctors Of Deahl Swjery, o,11c; Storm t. Building oiei Hurt A And. oa'a urnlinre ilore. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. SAFETY-SERVICE- SATISFACTION J The bi 3 combination when Insured in The Agency 5-1- D.A. Thomas. Also 0 20 Year Farm Loans. & If power is unneccfsarily Unless an easy-rollin- g, principle, and is 10 miles one need not expect to average more than 8 to gallon of gasoline. Tjie gasoline tank is the renl tell-tale to a about drag. When n car will go a great distance on n gallon of gasoline, it shows the absence of drag. Absence of drag, hence low gnsoline consumption, heme efficiency, Send us your nnme aiid address cn a post-car- d anil receive addi- tional infiiriniitifin concerning the high FRANKLIN elllciency.scientifle-liglit-weigh- t FRANKLIN MOTOR CAR GO Incorporated. Wusning Machine. Mr. David Iturge und wife, who have been in Illinois for a year or so, have returned on account of her health, and are lit Ing on Mr. and Mrs. George, Logan place. There will he a pie supper Friday night the 27th at the Musonic Hall. The girls are invited to bring some nice pies mul the hoys are asked to i bring u lot of niouy and buy liberally Proceeds to to help on u good cause. he med for the benefit of the "Drakes Creek Farmers Hand." Mrs. J. J. Thompson is at Stanford in I)r E. J, Ilrown' sanatorium where she Is lieing prepareil to statin the se vere ordeal of a serious surgical opera- -' tiou which Is to occur won in Louis , ville. We hope to hear of her speedy reciVery ut im early dats and the to the homes ut her devoted- - children and friends. Iletter friends and .. .i . nelgntiors man this good lady are mighty hard ti find. Mri J. A. Cox, of V. Va., writes: daup.htsr . . sufShe could net turn In tied . . . the doctors gave Iter up, and wc brousM licr home to die. She lad suffered so tnuclt at , . . time. I laving heard of Cardul, wc got It for tier." ".Vly fered tcnf-I- y. KENTUCKY Uy GENTLEMAN HIS I 5167 ... ... iji The Woman's Tonic One Drop Lexington, Kentucky. naireicuHwhlto dltrrhoea,cuoltrt and other chicle bollln make ilUesw. Una rtni. I1llonof nxNllclne. At Vlu-- m or lif f kUU luultrymill iumimM. request. W tuok tim ou HMN MMM Mh 1uIh, U. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. k 250 East Main St. aVUTttl'l'Hir'lf CURES la tha drluklmr witer cures (ft APRS A few droia - ournPouHryltm4y .tititi Ul uram. of similar letters every year, telling of the good Cardul has done for women who suffer froi:i complaints so common to their sex. a should do you good, too. Try "Iitafjwdayis, ens begin to Improve," Atre. Cox: continues, "and hsJ r.o trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and wc sins Its praises cvcrywlie re." Wc receive many llicu-enn- ds hy Itex Pea- Chester I'eavine vine I'W by Itex McDonald. I'ira t dam by Ited Squirrel 53 Mora Carter by Iliad; Squirrel. 1 don't Huppofe there is a better bred hortie in Kentucky than Kentucky (eiitleman. He has been one of the most successful horse in the show ring that this county has produced in years. lie Is just the light size fur a saddle horre and his first colts which are four years old now are showing the saddle gaits nicely. The Auto has put the light driving horse out of business to a certain ex tent, but you don't have any troubly in selling a saddle horse. I am going to otter tho services of this great horse at the extremely low price of $15 to Insure. I un giving you far IS what most men would charge $25 to J 10 for. Do you appreciate ItT If so send your best mares to the court of Kentucky Geritlt man and let him get you a nice colt. J. NEVIN CARTER Stanford, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917. COMBINED STALLION HIGH PRESTON $10. 6846 He The following slock will make the season at my stable, one mile Ka,t of McCrrary and six miles of Lancaster. SEASON OF 1917 I WILTONDALE 39162. Ramsil iivwvi u Trotter: Klecli.-meer2:I- Mahnjr r?ni Trial f1 vj Aiiui wits' mm A. mM Half iiaiiv ' w mhii MIIa TrnrLr of Seventeen In Bay; 15.3 Hands; Sire The Litt. Hay Stallion 111 har.ds. ilir. Ml bin I ankle white, fine stile mid notion. will mkkfi the season of l'.UT nt my barn at llaeklry, Kentucky, at Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr., Sire Dorsey Gold Dust. 12052. dam Pciivlne tf. Will stand at TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ilinil PKKSTON J sired by Carroll Preston, IM, lie l.v Preston C.2. Iiy Washington 51, liy Cromwell 7.1, liv Washington Denmark. Cnrn.ll Preston's 1st ilnm Hahy Pence 7" IV, bv Knoch Arden, 2ml dam Lady Pence by Almont Forrest USB, Snl ilam Daughter of (iarraid Chief 22C3, ttli dam (iray F.sgle tllOIi PUKSTON GHi 1st dam win tiueen Kagle. "In- - by King Kagle 2."f.t;. by Stonewnll Jackson "I, Koyal King 2V5, b liv Untinie 7t.", lie by King's 1st ilnm .Mollie Mnunlz 25s I. win by Hie noted (ire Cahbells Lexington. ilnm Hip SVPJ, she bv Eagle Hlnl, he by Old King Eagle F. S. King Eagle's 750, 2nd ilnm Ited I .ion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark 15, Ith ilnm by Jim Hell. HIGH PIIESTON lis UJ 2ml ilnm l.ady Hlnl. she oy Eagle Hird lull. 3rd dam Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennud, 4th dam Copper I'nitom and tuns back tn old Davy Crockett :!23l!,. Thoroughbied. $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Kol I I ;Sired bv Adbell 2:21 (sire of M), he by Advertiser 2:151 (sire of 3d), he by (sire of Dam "Mantua Maker", (dam of II). by lUil Wilkes (sire of 179) he bv j George Wilkes (,lr ofKl). In olTering Wiltundaledor public service his superior as an individual and He is absolutely in breeding has never before been olfered In this section. sound, a fast race horse, champion show horse, liming been shown 27 limes, His winning 25 blue nhhoiij. He Is a great breeder and n (ure foal getter. colts nre good looking individuals with speed, style and diinibilit). lie wilt make the sea.on of 1917 nt mv stable, six iniles from Lancaster, three mites from llrvantsville, near the Lexington pike on the liout lane below the h'ork church, at 1.) lt !$20. to Insure a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Season is Paid. Also at the fame time and place will stand mv line .lack, Star Route. Robert R. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. C. Morgan 4665 At $7.00 to Insure a Living Horse Colt and $8.00 for Mare Colt 11 C. Morgan la black Jack, with white point. 15 lunula high, coming seven years old and has proven himself a Rood breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3705, was aired by John Morgan, he by Mar- "Wl .Wl JFU'UO.raini .: tnaduke and is out of an imported Jen- net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet by Joe Hlackburn. he by 3rd prince, he by 2rd Prince, he bj Imp I'rince. 1st dam Dsisy by Dixie. she by Irvin Dixie liv Kickapo, 2nd dam .Mollie Gray by l.ird Wellington, 3rd dam Iiy Importer Dam needier Jennet. A lien retained on all colt for service. Care taken to prevent accident.", ' but not responsible should an occur. V BLEUCHER KENTUKY'S CHAMPION 46158. ROAD HORSE. Heron! 2:214. Trial 2:111. CHIEF NAPOLEON will stand at $10. to Insure a Living Colt. 5107 $25. for Jennet Winner of Roail Class mul Hrmlitij! Clu.ss at Kentucky Stale Fair I!) US n )iu mi. i n lutW Nllhl Jsi Sire ulM. itani.nl 14 , - Sv.ti-I Nountlir Mr i.lJ II Mlvill Hn t !v;sv Iishl nrrll.lMii:, lirlilillKiii Krcsitit flat. ',. lurs Milk. t.w tireal IIkmmI Maie ' alsl 3sV ele Mreol lull! Ilurk US', ( llarr; I'lar lk.3:JV tn . pur ui f iiamf m siiawi,a, isn1,. 3isaKiM i jrnny i tia m.mI I Sot Oil llellr llrouk male f.l.r,. Kmma t.rrat i HriHik Zatrlne llr Suixu."! ) UT',. ImIi Hllhro..l 111.h . o a.,. Chief NaHileon, 5107, has proven himself to he a good Jennet Jack. u 1 5 IS.rli- , ) i J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ky. Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 to Insure.! Beecher Morgan the price S ru?n nf Uls ttaltl tiain J ;, Hlrnrli.r nafc ii. ; i; "Mi i.i . Mokn sim; filw ut HsvwHa i i tn Mlt in sstltr ro lh.f Mwrico S, 'U Halle . l.Sa. llama lli- -t IW. J:l Mleof II ny Slfalhlrrine Is. IKsMOt I I.Irr Sllewl Hni ik I i Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high lira Ileum. rk 10 ? Hair, I la, NnMleClar 2 He is 15J bonis b;gh, yellow witli white points, big bone, 'and bisly and fine anil l.lll) t'la) flaw u sllm iri,nk III 3 nam ui rrnes Yla t MS,. fl.r head and ears. etr As I am standing three good Jacks this year, 1 will give the farmers n Mesdow 1 look 2.(4. Silent H rook UCoO. 2:1(! sire of Hilly Hork chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee and am going to stand Shaw bay 2:07J. Zarrine 2:b7. Hetty Hrook 2:iiy", Lmmn Hrook 2:00. l.ady Hetlbrook 210, Mutter Hrook 2:lU. Silent Ilngade (') 2:1(1. Margaret Hatbgate Sireddamof Chatty Direct (I) 2.071. etc. His dam. Jenny Clay, (I) Still, also produced Hit) lie Clay 2:261, and was graiidam of Prue 2:21(1 Moko 2117.7, sire of pereno 2.t)5 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia. York to of low at 2:0.. (Futurity winnei) (A) 2K1IJ. Natue llelle (2) 2:07 (K"uturity winner) Mares transferud (II 2:(r.t (rhamnion : vear old llllv.) M.uinco (31 2)71 (Futuritv winner.) Si). I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Susie N. (3) (Futurity winner.) Comoko 2;I0, MuIk-elsewhere, forfeit insurance and must b pxid at once. Care taken to ver Silk (1) or bred 2:I0J. Mochester 2:I0J, Momsster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futuritv winner) etc. prevent accidents but not responsible should'any occur. Phone Wi ll. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (I) 2:0VJ, Martha Tipton (I) 2:U3J. O'Netl (S) 2:1:1. etc. Hrotber to Humps 2:031, Itaron D. 2:10. etc. llleucher lfil., record 2:21, trial mile 2:11, half in 1 M. last ipiarter in :12 seconds, is a handsome seal bmwn horse, and will weigh I1U0 Hunds. He Horses, Jackets and Jennetsjfor sale. greatlv resemb.es his good sire Silent Crook and is out nf Cla)o, bv the great Widow's stock bred at half price. Futurity sire Moko. Foreign demand has taken oer one million horses from tins country, and we may expect better prices for our horses iii the future. Our atlv.ee to mare owners is to breed their mares ami to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires, llleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will sup. His colts hae proven tine, with nice head anil neck anil plenty ply th demand. of bone and conformation. This great trott'ng Stallion will make the season of 1017 at mv stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, nt Hfimkl-BSS- n.ur Malt t "I', III i.lv. r lai Hi I --ir-'j-. ( Haw ... si.ler . tn Miaul NanaJ Ml.!..! u.U.ll!. ' Jrtll I'lai Ullk..l. H, ,K 2:i. f3', $5.00 Insure. i) 2.1. WALKER BRADSHAW, McCreary. Kentucky. REX McD. 6597 a 1.1 tin Mi' Pun Ml I I.IK'T Mack 31V I 4'rlsler. Iiennark Mare t.y lar of the Hr.l lllark 'lllrrel '". Mare l.t Ol.l star Pa'.. Mulitro.e lis. j $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I ROWLAND PEAVINE 6053. will also stand this beautiful Seet-lan- d jllrlla Ku.e I7 f ( I Chestnut Stallion, Foaled May 11. 1912. Sired by Hex I'eavine No. 1793, by Kex McDonald No. i't3. by Kex DenmarkSlO 1st da- m- Hourboniste No. K297 (full sister to llnurbon's llest) by llourbon Chief 971!, b Harrison Chief IGmJ, by Cluri; Chief f9. 2nd dam -- Judy Oliver Cl7. by Hed Cloud 2107, by Indian Cnief 171S. 3rd dam by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam -- Daughter of Sim's Cl.uk,Chi-- f 2573. Rowland Peavine is u rich chestnut, with star and snip; stands 15.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds: live years nhl. As yivi wil see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Kentucky his ever piiMluced, ard is one himselt. You should see this horsu liefoie hooking yutir mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to u h.irse a fashionably bred ut the small fee of . Mollie I f .arloll IVIilltlls InnSM. Dululh I'hlellani ,ldi. Mare Iiy .MiiMKintu. Stallion for the season of 1917 at my ttable in Lancaster, Ky., at by Drennnii, Jill dim $10. To Insure A Living Colt. It can be seen by the pedigree that this .horse belongs tu a tamily of I am prepared to take care of mares champions, his sire. Hex McOolald being the world a champion ol champions. On his dam 8 side he traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen Nears on grass at 10 cents a day. Men reThis horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid tained on colts for service fee. bone, short bucK. His neck, head and ears are in the right pl'ice. He also has the best shiulder motion Ami h ick action of liny horse thut I have ever had in Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent mv stable. You j accidents but not resiionsiblo should any or.cur. HKX McD. is a show horse in harness us well as under the saddle. Hi will can not make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. make the seuton I mar $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. W. B. BURTON, Will make the season of 1917 nt my stable on Kat Main street. Money dut nt blith of cult or when mure is parted with or bied tu other stock. At $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. J. C. BAILEY. Stanford, tvu mile, West Kv. PUINCK AI.RKHT. one of the best CI.VDKSDALK stallions m Kentucky will also make the season at my barns at tlin low price, of $10.00 to insure u living colt. This is the kind tu breed to for mule mares and frirm linries. '1 will also stand my trotting stallion ARTIST PEAVINE Will make the "mi,i of '.)I7 ai mv far n On the new DhtiviII pike ai JACKO TELL of Lancaster 62408 1. ROGERS DENMARK 416 Registered in Vol. 2 1 , Rule By Kamey Denmark He Im never had any tra'k work, but lias a wonderful trotting speed und is u promising trotting colt. II is four years old. inuioguny bay, 15.2 style inl action and hts breedhands high. Hon heaj and neck, good leas. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ing cannot be "M'alled .is jou will hee below. IVavine is priimui.cul bv cimnutrt judLes of combined horses, to JACKO TKLU sired Ut Kl h Tell 5.1020, trial 2:lSi; hu by Axtell 5183, li ntn or the ln.'t nidlv:dis s in Uoiitr.il Kent.iekv. 2:12 record; hu by William I.. 1211; by (Isors Wiines, 5IU; he by Htinilleton- A careful (xtkiisI of Lis iwdigren should c mvl n'O anvonit that few horses iaii 10. In t.le slut lusve ll huller rust. Dim Jane Jell 11770; by Hilly llras.; by Allandorf 7t2, rueord 2:1'JJ; lie by Onward 2:25; by (ieorgu Wilkes 2:22. Stwoml dum (iraco by Jacku ARTISTPEA VINE hu by (iiiiiyinudu 2ls5;by Prineepua 5:i'l. Third dam Maud by Dillingham fH86;by by r-- entueky I'e ivine.afcM'. he by llax I'eavine ITJi, 1st dam, Artie Kuie, No. Uh98 Volunteer Star Ml t Fourth it im by Hhalceu.i)'e. Fifth d mi by Sweet Owen. she by Kenturav's Artist. No. 115', lie by Artist MontrtMe, No. 51, by Artist, Sixth dam. by Hrennon. Nj, 75, bv ln t' WiIIihii), No IW. by Washington Denmark, No. ill. 2nd dairt, He at to to a be by King Cbe.ter, by CI ester Dare. Kid ilum by Sile'r King, he by On Tiire, h bv Stonewall J aeksoii. ttli dam, by Old Dieunon, Kentucky's Artist llrst MAJOR C. t tin, was Juhii Thomas, bv Pat Thouiiu ho by Sumpter'n Denmark. 2nd dam Deautiful Shetland, II inches high and a perfect model. He la by Major C. daughter of Nero. No. CO, 3rd dam bv Old Copperbot'om. and out of an Imported Shetland. Hu will atand nt $10. to insure a living colt. paid, l.leii retail ed on colt null, aeason Is At the 3:me time uad place will also stand $25.00 g''l rtit He by Hamlet 113 by bv Croiimell 7;l by Washington I)ei.nark 51 lingers Denmark, 1st dum Miss Ogdei by Dieuuon Denmark Jndihim- - Miss Wallace, by Ilutler Uni aii. b llajmlet 11 He is nino years old, dark bay with white Ur, i5J hands, showing all the. Hu is just as good Individual as bis ptijigri Knits under saddle, would indicate und has proved u Hood site, his colls having good artior, lots nf stvle ami easily loiitroled. This horasi will make the snasm nf P.H7 ut the farm i f K K. Conn oil White l.k-k-. 2a miles south west of Paint I.ick, at $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT will limited few mares $15.00 JR. Insure. At same time and pi ice will stand mv splendid four yearWd JucU JOHN GRAY, AT E. DUINN, LANCASTER, KY. JOHN (1HAV is n gray Jjrk. 15 bauds high, good bone und ear ami con. sldered one of the best Jacks in this neighborhood, Hu is ioyhiIv bred being by Long Tom, he bv Win. Todd's big Juck, be by Murmaduke 1st Dam by Hjllv llreckiuridge, he by linurbon Chief, 2nd TWO EXTRA GOOD JACKS AT S10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Dam by llourbon Chief. All this stock will make the present season at my farm near Paint I.ick, Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Kentucky. Men retained on colt until season is paid. Season due when mare is bred to Mures will be kept on grass at reasonable rates und every care taken to another horse or jack. prevent accidents, but will not be responsible, should any occur. N. W. ROGERS. Pbm-P- aut i3. Lick Exckinte. Paint Lick. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Kentucky. coisrisr, Route No. 3. The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917. THE BULK OF AN ESTATE Hr HELEN FOR SALE AND RENT Property Listed In This Column. No. Ii. Is a nutiurlian tract of 13S acres rltuatrd tin muin bike with build- ln( ntc for dwellliiK right Ht the city IlinitJ city W'Hter and liKhtu installed, This farm moiil of this farm in Krms. will produce the variety of crops usual to the bent lamia in this county. This tract has one larire splendidly construct ed stock brim, one 8 Here newly con structed tobacco Imrir. Farm well Tills tract haa fenced and watered. ItKNT Ccttagcs on it, nlwavs I en ted, to the aver-HR- e that produce n rental income on a $WXX) Investment. I'rice $20, 700. ?o,700 cash and balance in equal pajments due in 'I, .1 and 4 wars. Hay this for a home and live convenient nrtd accessible to the advan-lace- s of one of the best small cities APIIPISON ()M Mr. Harlow ui a queer M woman. fho linil propcrl) Milllcloiit to keep her hi ((imfuit, mill If sin- - Ii.--t I any more) im (ne ixtcpt hcrm-l- t idle IIU'il ler.i plainly awntv f It. Mip It it I nil)' ium. whinu hc treated Id . kiiiIi manner ii4 In I'i- -I prepuie lilm tn mi homini'ile en work out fur hluiM-lrecr. Joint Hallow a, nut tulilUM wnil, fur c.ery Ml i 1.' was fnmsl tn (hkUi'I money lio Ns'M. Ulilii-n a V ii'ii John )car uul itl"ii In u (lltaiit he was offered m inllcict elty, iiiul It his mother "nil hlmelf Unit he Mr, llurtow li.nl ulurtilil incept It. llviil ml loll K III her Initm- - lh.it In- pie - It, 11 im t John unit ferrisl not t leanlll.i nlMii tn III' I'"'"' Held "f Ulmr. lonely iiflrr his (lepar motliiT. Mm: ndnptcl tin child r ii friend who lure, years died, .Mary C'IiiiiiiIktIIii, Un-H- f olil. When Mary Ikh'iiiiic a unman he nlumed a run- - Judgment, mid Mrs, H.ir tow consulted with lT niimtiiiilly In maklnc HI1 ler nilinl In matter nf Im imrtnmc. Tin' ulrl had tin- - gift of (iiniiKMi ciine. wlihh plnb.ihly In as ran- - ami as aluable ii cltt in can ui liny one. While John Itartow was passing the period from eighteen to tui-ntl- i nuy from his mother .Mary CIuiiuUt ii was pam-luflni Inclir In twenty luiliise roiniilnn m It Ii lluit mother ' After Mnry had IH sl with Mix Itar yearn the old tuw sonic Mi r lsdy riiH puzzled In khon Ju-- t lion she to Ionic lit her death mine jimM-M-cTlic Income nus HtM.ut 'lf IH lent tn flic .Mnry u llrliic dlildcil It would not Julm was (loins "ill In business uixl illil not neisl it Itiu fr Have You Seen THE Capable ELGIN SIX "The Car of the Hour 55 Now upon its second triuinplimit c:ir willi n record cf perfect scores and highest econ-tim- y honors in every contest it hns entered. irtludiniJ seme of t lie most timelling reliability and endurance runs of t lie past season. The most recent championship performance of the Elgin Six wjis the establishing of a new record of 457 ' a Iiiiiim h"! ween Chicago anil Miami, Florida, over some of the roughest, steepest mountain roads and through the heaviest sand and mud in the country. anywhere. No. 6. Is a tract of 70 acres; ha all the improvements of tract No. G and ii priced at ?12,2o0 and is worth the money. Terms $4250 cash and balance in equal payments maturing in 2, 3 and 4 years. No. 8. Is one of the most attractive, substantial, and 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 We wilt suitable for building lots. 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. No. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 miles from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good barrs. This farm will produce hemp and tobacco, about one half in grass, price $100 per acre. 10. Is a two slorv dwelling, situated in the city limits, large size tot, in good locality. The dwelling is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; alt the city conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leuving city and will take $2500. No. 11. City 1'roperty Dwelling, 7 rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street, large lot and has all conveniences including garage and bum. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lex- f.iui Jolm xlu- - olillCiil to ili'imtt, to Iht nnili-- r I111I111I tin' cure of Murj Clianilx'rllii. ln wun itiiiHi'loiiH Hint If In- - li.nl lavn able to li'inaln nllli liU inolliir In' iiitllil not lint iiiiixil I11T in Mrv .IM. TlioiuMi lie Imil Mary a of linicllrul Miliii- - to UN nmtlii-r- . lnil llicn- - n int in licr - day DminJohn riicldil a int-nitial liln umtliiT ai ut I ho (xilnt of ileutli. He luirrliil homo. Imt did lint urriti- - in tlini- - to tlml her allu-- . Mm llarton'n dentil to iiffii l Mary Tin- - one had limn- - than It did Julm Nvn In iiniiliiiii fumniunli'iitloii lth Iter for the other liad Ihvii e . arated from lu-rTliN la hulil on y oil, Mary," said John, "not only In ileprh lnc you of one to Minim you are attuiln-d- , Imt 111 your Mi lliirtnn'rt nmi Mm. uiiil ii ill. I not lllc to dcplhe tit ut lie lally If mic proper!.! at her (loath, It to one In whom In; had no In left She Mtkl imtlilin; 114 to Him Irro-- t. to cither Julm or Mary, mill It Is qnes Unliable If cither llimulit lllmllt It I'lnall) .Mp. Ilardm felt III. Julm in I Imiiii' iiiiic nfli ii iliirlnir Iht In iricutly rvliritil, ilicn ami iio es The Elfjin improved velvet-actinclutch enables the Elgin Six to be started on high gear, under ordinary conditions, eliminating almost entirely the necessity of gear shifting and removing the last barrier to the safe and easy driving of a motor car by women. g The Elgin improved cantilever rear spring suspension, found only in Elgin cars has set a new stapdard of motoring ease and comfort at high speed. Yon can safely drive an Elgin in comfort at 33 to rough that the average enr is limited to half that speed. SI.OOO is fiO miles and hour over roads so to sell at less than ington St., cheap at $2500. That this big roomy, impressive quality car hns been designed the most notable achievement of the year in motordotn. $1,500 Can you quality at $985 )er; afford to buy a small "cheap six," when for a slight addiyou can drive this Capable Six-th- is big, roomy, impressive tional cost quality car, or supreme beauty and comfort? Can you afford to pay more than the Elgin Six price when this "Beauty of the Road" embodies in such full measure all the quality, style and comfort desired by the discriminating motorist? No. 13. Iluilding Lota Under this No. we offer you attractive Bingle and 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, dandy stock barn, well watered sr.d under new fence. This farm is situated in walking distance of school and courches. Let us show you this one at $80. Call on or address. The Thomas Real Estate Agtny. D. A. Thomas, Mgr. Office Hecord Illdg. I ancaater, Ky. ll Mary iiLtit at lilm Ihoutll ntn-hanot thoiiElit of Ihla, Imt made no reld.i . "Hut do not trouble yoinx-l- f 011 that wore." John eoiillmieil. "I will ee that yon cet on." When Mra. Itartow'a will wax on-11I It wna found to lead"I six- - mid beUeutli my twenty inorU'iiu--o IniiiiIi of Hie It. U and 1'. ml I road to Mary 4'haiulN-rllii- , who ban lone been a daiieliler to me. Tin- - reliliK' and far more tnliiahle part of my fortune 1 be. Miieatli tn my Udoved win, Jolm liar ton, liopln; that It may brim: lilm a inucli comfort n It m4 m,.. e will tlnd It In 11 bureau drawer In my tail room " Ins" Elgin Motor Car Corporation, Ghicago, USA 125 ACRE BLUE-GRAS- S FARM. After couurutiiliitlns .Mnry t be tn the bureau drawer to blumclf of lilt InherltaiK-e-. When lie clinic-- buck Mary who waltlnc for lilm, nicer In know what he bad found. Hut John, wlm did not show by liU that Ik- - bud mipilred fortune, na Id tiotlilin;. .Mary win not the Kill tn iikk lilm iiicllon and refrain-11IJohn, however, took her bund mid not It, us iiiurli iik tn Kiy: ! I fear that I covet your Inheritance. urn well piitlxllcd with whut my niolh wi-nexpri-NKlo11 , John coinrriilulalcd .Mnry on s left with im Inromc, ut lln- - kmiih- - tlm mjnlfeMliii: aiirpri.e that hli mniher bad left un estalo ko la rue that "he hhniilil dImi hnio Ihtii able tn loaxe him the inore Miltial.lo pirt of la--r proin-rty- . w Li. The Wlnntr. I'erseviTiincii iilwnyx wlm In the Ions run usually In a wulk, Youth'n Coiupnnloii, Clock Struck On. Horrid Hore "I rise by an ulnrin clock." I'retty tilrl "I retire by one. Thcto-l- l LA i 125 acre farm all in grass! acres need plowing for corn, tobacco 3r hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock barn, well watered and under new No. 14 10 fence. This farm is situated in walking distance of graded school ana churches. Let us show you this one at $S0. Call on or address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Touring Roadster $985 Lancaster, Ky. B. CONN DANVILLE, KY. You to jjet our free catalog on Wanted Fruitand ShadeTraes Shrubs. Graoe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaragus, Dah- The liouo In which liN motln-- r had Hied belonged to .lobii. Ho (old Mnry wua free to reiiuilii In It wllliont Sin- - wild tearfully lent If aim lluit Kho would h- - ton lonely there and Would another homo, but where Hint home- would bo nho did imt know-TheJohn told her Unit If xbe would marry I1I111 nho would Hud 11 homo no far na bo oiild iniiki- - It one. Shi- - de launcd oil the tioiiml Unit he tiuide the offer nut of hue for III mother rullier than for her. Hut John wild he need have no fe.tr of that: be need ed her iiiiiro lhaii alii- - needed lilm. I'e forp John wua ready n leae hhe bad ucceplcd Iili ofTer, mid wlieu bo went ' the went with lilm, Not Ions after they were married John's wife kadi In him: suld iinjlhlni.' "John, you hue r Id mo ulKitit the fortune your mother left you. In her will alio calhi) It by far the more valuable part of her prop-rty- . I haw hccii nollilncof It, Wheru It UT" John led her to u mirror. "Wi-IIalio (mid. "What I found In the bureau drawer I link the hint, tin your t fully ugrce with mother tbat I got til bulk of the vatate." llki-uN- it Iiiim done." Agent for Garrard Lincoln and Boyle. Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. Roses, Strawberries, EverytlihiK for Orchard. Lawn unit Gurilen. Write for free Catalogue. No Aslts Dally Thought. Whut wo wuit to m-- U one who ran breast Into the world, do u man's work his ilrst uud puro and still pre-en- o enjoyment of existence. Stevenson. H.F.Hillcnmeyer & Sons. Lexington, BETE WORK McFigurc With You On Your Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. Let : Kentucky. 1916 b'll. Kov now!"--Judg- e. Hard Position. illl) Iteiuonstrutor (uflvt the explain to him thut It "llou- - euii wiiMi't the fault of the cur while he Im quite ticiiM'Iciis. After thut it will bu too lute." Plant Mentioned In Bible. The common t'unleu pluut- - culled coriander U found lu lOk'ypt. lVrtlu uud India. It bus globular, cruyUh needcoriM uud ia meutlohed twice lu the lllble, lu Kiodus 111:31, uud lu Numherii 11:7. I J. m 0 fiOARANTKED. 'prices RKAS0NABI.E 1 NV TRIMBLE Contractor. LANCASTER, Ky. W. Sensitive Institution. 1). The Kcl.iuoj.'ruili ut C, Im so sensitive that It will clearly record it slight etirtluiuaku lu The undersigned hereby g've warn, off UoruiHi, but the New York ing to all persona not to trespass upon to pieces slock market will tin ull our lands tor any puriwse whatever at iu uu hour over sometliluu thut never we will prosecute ull offenders to ful happened, uny where! llostou lest extent of - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. t- POSTED Telephone 192. g Compensatory. Life In eompensatiiry to this extent: When u iiiiiii reaches the point ut which Ids wife in coiiivclled to make the 11 vltij; for the family he has also reached the point ut which the fuct censes to humiliate him. Topvkn Cap- ital. It. L. KlUIn Ed & N U Trice J. C. Kicsby. II. 0. Arnold. John Tatum. Mrs. L - Frazee T. It. Slavin. It. L. Arnold. It. U llarker. C. M. Moberly. U. M. Lear. S. C Hlgsby. We will add other names for SScenla WT? 'J.t.TII m mm , cash. The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED hsued Weekly. Jl.oo a year. J. E, ROBINSON. Editor. Miir Kjr. R.L. ElKIN. Locnl Elitor nnd entered l tho Ivw Office lit 4 i Kreon.l rii Mull Mmtcr lcmier. Membtr Kentucky Press Association nn.l Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 2G, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct anil Citv Ulli:es ...$ 5.00 1U.00 County Offices and District Offices.... 15.00 .10 r"or Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual vievys, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, per line "or tor State We nre authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, dus, and three daughters, Mesdaires August 1917. Kloyd Curtis, Edward Simpson and Mrs J. S. Gilbert. County School Superintendent. After funeral services conducted at MISS JENMIK H1CG1NS. Ccaaly Court Clerk, at the' Mrs. home of her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, Monday afternoon, after n linger- Ing Illness covering four years, several j months of which her suffering was in-- 1 tense. So intense had been her suffering thnt vhen the news spread over Louisville Woman Says She Mir little tbvvn that her motherly spirit had passed over the silenj chasm into' Put on 25 Pound tho world beyond where pain and sorhundreds of lov- -, row are unknown, inU friends breathed ii sigh of relief to know that her fruil body would suffer' NERVES ARE STEADY AGAIN no more, Airs. Ilroaddus was born in Madison County Jan. 'J!, 1SG1. She wai the lnrp pound "I've gained twenty-liv- e last summer, when I began tilng Tun-Mc- ," died twenty-on- e years ago, Icnving live snld .Mrs. I.cim Yount, wife of children for her to rear and care for, Jerry Youut. proprietor of n shooting that she did her duty is testified by her gallery nt 21.1 Wet Jefferson street. children "rising up and calling hertilei-sed- " LoiiNvllle. "Itefore t started taking Tnnlae. today. Of this unusuilly bright andgood woman volumes could be writ- however, 1 didn't want to cat nt nil. 1 seemed kid ten. As wife, mother, neighbor, friend felt so big nil the time. Itmy tilth' like n Job even to drc and Christian wornmi her life was daughter, I.elui, foiue morning. replr te witli acts of love and wisdom. I "Xotldng took seemed to do me She was a member of the New Autich nny good. I didn't have miuh color (thrill l.'in church, alwavs lotnl to her In my face, nnd my toncue was coat- I church and her God. Mrs. Ilroaddus is survived bv two sons, .Messrs Cecil and Hamilton Ilroad- )DD0S: GAINS BACK THE WEIGHT SHE LOST S r ktioB Side ON PREMISES Saturday, at 2:30 p. m. Maj 19th, of in Lancaster, Ky., '7 PARKER GREGORY'S Beautiful flichniond St, nesioei This property consists of a two stpry frame rebuilt and enlarged nine room dwelling, electric lighted, new bath and toilet, all necessary out buildings, including private Garsgc and stable, lot 123 foot front and over 100 feet deep with splendid garden. The prnpeity is in convenient wulkini! tliMnnn' from I'nlilir Square Im liomitifnl frontmji'. Inrjje lawn, .simile trees, buildings nre snbstnniinl nnl in splendid niniliiinn. Should Owner lenviiijj State tic seen to lie itpiirccintetl. Possession Hiven at unre if desired. j. o. hog in. JEPTIIA ONSTOTT. the home of Dr. J. S. Gilbert. Tuesday afternoon, at 3:JO by Itev V. M. Tinder the body was laid to rest in the Lanr caster cemetery. J. W. A. DOTY. nRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. KAY. PREVENTIVE DENT1TRY (M. S? Hatfield, Dentist.) For many years past the best talent of the medical profession has been hard at work in the effort of preventing disease. When your physician is called to attend a member of the family Ms first attention is, of course, toward lelief of the suffering; but if the illness is due to an infection or contagious disease your physician loses no time in protecting the other members of the family and community Irnm the same disease. Until recently tho dental profession has made little progress along the line of preventive treatment. However, within the last few years manv school managers, anil large commercial con-- I cents, are taking steps inthisdirection. It has been clearly demonstrated that no student or laborer of any sort is 1U0 per cent, efficient while suffering from dental disorders. Diseased teeth and gums certainly impair mastication, which overburdens the stomach, resulting in disoider of that important organ. And what individual is content to wilfullr allow his stomuch to labor under such a handicap during the year 191"? A series of lectures will lie published in this paper for the sole purpose of educating dental troubles. No effort will be made to display the skill of any particular dentist. I feel sure that any progressive den tist will take genuine pleasure in an- -' swering any question which the laity may ask along this line. Look well to the care of the teeth and gums while tnev are in goon condition, and thereby, reduce dental bills and increase the life and usefulnes of your teeth. Ailments of both mind and Terms ren.sonatile mid mnde known on day of Mile. Magistrate District No. 1. HOUSEHOLD MRS. LENA YOUNT. cil and furred. 1 would go to lied with n dull hcnilaehi' nnd wake up with It npvln hi the morning. Had to Go Home. "I had to k home to my hither, Wll-lar- d Wjiuiin. In Clark county, I ml., i win m nervim the slightest nol-- p would upMt me. During la! AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. J. II. CLAHK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN ISON. County At tin; same time nnl place a disposition of the house furniture will c sold ai auction. Those desiring to inspect the property can call on the undersigned or nt the residence Attorney. GItEEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. H. CLAY KAUKFMAN. JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. I THE J. A. BEAZLEY. 110GAN BALLARD. County J. pound. summer I lot twenty-liv"Hut I've gullied It all buck through I really didn't start taklpg It Tnnliu'. until along toward . ember, but I noticed lis good effects from the start. My nppctltc begun t come back, nnd now I eat the heartlet kind of meal pork chop, iKJtntoes, pie nnd any thing I want. I stny right here In the shooting gallery with my liiilmul. nnd the noise docu't bother mo a bit. And, beside that, I do my housework and now. Splendid Color Now. "You rnu sec what good color I have In my check. People who thought 1 was solus Into decline nwhlle back nre MirpiNed now when tlif-- fcce what Tanlao ha done for inc. I can tell any one that Tniilnc U the grciiti- -t tonic In the world." Thomas Real Estate Agency. Lancaster, Kentucky. Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. renins Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. We are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the action of the Republican Primary, August, 1017. Program For Week AT A good- - fecor.d WANTED bicycle. Apply at this olllce. For Assessor EUGENE I1ERKELE ' It is the patriotic duty of every American citizen tu help defend the Putting the rights of our country. Navv on a strong footing and building body will be lessened. n great Army is the simplest part of the great task which we have before us, is the assertion of President Wil- WORK FOR LANCAS son in a recent article. He points out the supplying of ourselves, our soldiers, TER WOMEN our seamen and the allied nations with food, clothing and the othsr necessities women ol Lancaster can iielp in of war as being the great task. The j ine great war that is now going on and President urges that to increase pro- the in which tho United States has just en duction, preserve, can and dry and Ir impossible to put too much practice the greatest possible economy tered. It emphasis, uion the necessity for saving and patriotic dutv of is the greatest every one during the war. every man, woman mid child. As citi- by Food is going to play as important zens of Garrard county let's put forth every effort to help meet the emer a part, If not a more Important part, than guns and amunition. gency by suppying all the foods and in the war The saving of food is verv largely an feeds that is possible for ut to proindividual problem. In the final analy-- 1 duce. We hope that tho business men sis it is up to the women of the patlon. will deem it their patriotic duty to Everv woman should do her part in possible for the farmers with make it the government's campaign tu increase limited means to secure seeds, fertilizand conserve the nation's food supplies. ers and farm machinery to be paid for The food necessities of all of the na-when crops are harvested. This is n (ions with which we are allied In war tune when all forces must work to- against Germany are very great. gether. The Federal, State and local ' The people of America must save efforts must be for ono purpose and in every pound of food that harynory. ridgid economy makes possible, to the lend that there be the greatest possible Great Britain tells us to employ the surplus for shipment to our (elective draft so does France, 'and allien. Do not make the mistake of our own general staff and the president. confusing tho food pioblem with the On the other hand, u few You have no moral financial problem. but uninformed laynien Insist on trying right to waste food simply simply alfor five months u system which has you can afford to do so than has ready been tried in Europe and found a your neighbor. It Is not disastrous failure. Why they choose 'u question of saving food for the to ignore proven methods is past our money s Bake, u must, ue saved so comprehension. This is no time for that there will bo enough to go around. the trained military authorities of the Every pound of food that finds Its world to be botheied by a bunch' of way to the garbage can means that who are trying to apply much less of (lgh)ing strength. Volen-tee- r lawmaker ideas of a former day to today, for theduration of the war, the organization of a modern army. in the great American army of food It it time for the people of the United savers. Begin nqw, today, to demonMake States to demand that the American strate thrift in YOUR home. congress accept the advice of men who saving, rather than wasting, YOUIt You can light for social standard. know, and quit playing ones who your country in your kitchen just as with the would have the fighting done by only effectively as your husbands, brothers, the willing, no matter what their sons and sweethearts are fighting for It on the field of battle. qualifications. i I j I 1 d small-incom- e d d Tanlac is being introduced in Lancaster at R. E. McRobert. Tanlac may be obtaired in the nearby cities. Paint I.i:k. J. N. MetealY; Becker & Bnllard; Little Hickman, Collier and Ilnuier; Iterea, S. E. Welch; .Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard. Lync Bros ; liurgin, G. T. Schoolfleid; Danville, John S. Wells, Lancaster. R. E. Meltoberts, and W. C (Adv) TO DO. West. Silver Creek. CO. AGRICULTURAL BOARD hand BUYS RICHMOND PAPERS. Meet And Elect Officers. Shelton V.M. Saullev. who recently sold the Interior Journal, has bought ut all of tho Democratic newspa-r- s He secured the Clim.i::, liichmond. Mndisnninn and Kegister, weekly papers, from firnit K. Lilly. Hu paid, it is laid, about SHi.UOO for the three plants. It is understood he will merge them and in a short time Issue n daily with n weekly edition. Opera House TO-NIGH- T AND in Five I'nrts, The liriit meeting of the Garrard County Agricultural Hoard was held Saturday afternoon April -- 1st. Dr. J. A. Amon was elected President; T. C. Kankiu, Vice President and Alex Doty, Secretary, County Agricultural Agent Itjgers reported on his first weeks work in tho county, reporting having visited C schools and having enrolled 37 boys in the Agricultural Club at the Lancaster Graded School. The board after considenng the various uccds of the county decided thnt the County Agent should devoto the greater puit of his time to the organization of Hoy's Agricultural clubs and the eradication of hog cholera. To accomplish tills It is necessary to have cooperation of the school and farmers. To assist in tho eradication of hog cholera, u serum station will be established in Lancaster and serum can bo gotten at any time by calling the County Agent. It was ttie unanimous opinion of the board that in order to eradicate cholera, the law in regard to the burning and burying of dead hogs will ulo must be enforced. An bo inado to get a number of farmers In tho various eutions of tho county tu try out a number of new crops, Soy beans, Alfalfa, Sweet Clover, etc. A meeting waa called for April 23 to dis cuss the advisability of having u series DELIGHTFUL LECTURE. Miss Meddle 0. Hamilton delighted small audience at the Presbytelian church Mondav evening. This lecture given by this gifted woman was a rare treat nnd every heat in the auditorium should have been taken, thoso who Ilesides weru absent were the losers. the masterful lecture she read several of Hums poems. To hear .liss Hamthete poems In her ilton interpret gracious mnnner and charming voice, waa u great opportunity that no lover Alof literature should have missed. together MIks Hamilton g:iv a most Vitagraph, Blue Ribbon Feature, Lillian Walker in ;i"THE DOLLAR THE LAW" FRIDAY Mrs Vernon Castle in NIGHT. "Beatrice Fairfax" Also "PflTRIfT in Two Parts. "A Lonesome Duke," Comedy. ' delightful evenings entertainment. TEACHERS FOR NEXT YEAR; It is with pleasure we announce that the entire corps of teachem of the Lancaster (Sraded and High School aru retained for next year. Our nchool is in a most prosperous condition, there are Hj pupils enrolled, 25 more than the census calls for, this called for an additional teacher which place was unanimously given Mrs. Theo Curry. Following is the entire corps of teachers for next year. Grade Teachers Misses IWasliear, Anderson, Tinder, Elmore, Ulcli, Smith and Mrs. Curry. High School Teachers Misses Scott. Delcomp, and. Kobinson, and V. 11. Hopkins, Supt. Music Teacher -- Mrs. M. II. Noland. W. H. Todd Expression Teacher-M- rs h, SATURDAY NIGHT. Ham, Bud, Henry Murdocd and Ethel Tcare in "The New Salesman" Also Frank Moye and Gloria Payton and Myrtle Reaves in DAWN OF WISDOM" Also Tom Mix ond Victoria Forde inja Western Comedy of Patriotic meeting over thi county! to consider the production of more food stuifa. This is In keeping with the, President's message who declared it to' be a patriotic duty to Increase the food supply of the nation. To encourage their Patriotism, next Monday Night all children under Twelve Years of age will be admitted Free, who carry a U. S. Flag MISTAKES WILL HAPPEN DOWN GO THE PRICES ON ft Message To Ladies who are willing to pay a little more than "popular prices" to secure shoes that are considerably better in style, fit and veor, than ordinary ones. i.A .1 LADEE CHOICE $19.98 nd $16.98 WW Are your Hoi's sick BOURBON with ( liolcrn, jf mi try I mmS The Assortments are now good. Styles are the best. See them before they are picked over. 1 r lr r ft We respectfully invite your inspection of our Ladies - r distinctive SHOES AND SLIPPERS TU at $3.00 and up per pair. THE ",,,",y any Widow, A pint of Peas free, while they last to 1 JOSEPH no cure j OiNTiLi Mis Minich hni returued to her home in Lexington, having liccn called here to nurse little Miss Ruth Waller, Dirkrnoli. who liai lieeti ill with measles. bouquet The One Price Store. CO if or mm b House of Quality. HOG. CHOLERA. REMEDY Corn Drills with Check How $47. 3in Birdsell Wagon $65. Steel Tire Buggy ...... tu $50. Oliver and Syracuse Hill siae riows $12.50. Expecting Car of American Fence. i . Horse Drills $ 2.50 Disc Harrows $30. Two Ho.e Deer Corn Planters $42.00. j j Gossio About pcopig . oo.r.c, Rricf Mnilion iVTh, w, of (he Ar Com-'ng- ;ntt.d t anJ in. J . Mr. It. I. IIjm of Chicago has been in Lancaster. Please send or telephone Record Otlice. Mr. A week en J. R. MOUNT & CO. Th Squirw Deal San .Angelo Tunes. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Itay, Air and Uncle Ham poured oil on the troubled Mr. Tom Kay and daughter, .Miss Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Naylor ard waters when he shattered that German to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Uron motored to j of orchids nnd maiden hirferns. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and .Mrs. lluinside left for the ranch. the groom having been auintnoned by only Miss Martha (Jill motored to i.jrKg. n important message which A Irttle joke villc Tuesday to attend Tresbv te.ry. in ra,Kbmen understand. her car she took with her Me.damts II. ul"cl' ,h,'ir frl'el"13 ar'' l"Uin wilh no httle zest is that their wedding supper) S. Hudson. Fred Krishie antl .1. consisted of Tost Toaslies and milk. Stormes. ' WATCH OUR SPACE EACH j p' WEEK of Wehave a new line llile. 31 11 E 3EE1E r5s. M. S. HA TFIELD DENTIST. PHONES t ( Kurl Cabbage plants to give away Dr. F. O. Schneider, Assistant Slate while they last, Jtrtey vVadelield early lie stock Inspector, of Nicholasville, flat Dutch. Mrs. W. M. Malian. Mr. Leslie Heynoldi is cot lined to lii and Hon. Clinton Itlcketts, editor of ' home with tnealei. the Jessamine News, were in the city riem!s will regret to learn that Mr. I on business this morning. Drs. Sonde rs and Fisher, Veterinar- -' aines is iguite i'l. Dr. Jessie Hcnuren received a diploians, who thought of locatim; here to Mr ('. II. Acton is cpendini; the ma from university of Tenn. this week week-ento become an ollicer in the U. S. Navy. practice their profession, have decided in Itichmond. to go to Danville wliere they have nowl r. i He will be at home a few ' ,., for . . davs , located. six I Mrs. Will Denny entertained , , w h " at a noonday dinner Sunday. Sanders is in Chicago li'jjinel. this Frankfort Friday. Sport 8c its Plain Sailors Bangkok for Friday and Saturday. Nice line of Veils and Children's Hats. Price's to suit one aniiall. OHice 5. Residence 'J'i'i LANCASTER, tSrciitcr nitd Hotter Siimlny Schools for a "Go-To-Sunday-School fin-ntc- r for all Kentucky is MA Y 6th, 1917 One Million People will attend! Come, let us go to Sunday School! KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION M,r.k,,ur1 MrFloxd Hrook of Jessamine I nlf.-r. ... Deen visiting Air, antl airs. J. Ii. Witt. 7,7 T noon in honor of Miss Meddle 7 Hamilton, KENTUCKY. HI Mrs. J, Al. agurn or Jessamine was Miss Hamilton eivn n reailim. the guest of her son Mr. J. H. Witt Drowning after which Mrs. .Marksbiirv on"tt. served delightful refreshments. Mjss Jennie Duncan has been visiting A letter from J. W, Hamsey of her neices, the Misses Warren, In Stan-- 1 Washington Iml, sa)s; 'Although I left the old county forty-niryears ntul Better Kentucky ford this week. Mrs. J. M. Ilerdme of Ug.imi Ky. UK i;H,,,lu' '' without the Lancaster He adds; "I have always been has returned home altera visit to her H '''I'uhh'cHn but we are nil together sister, Mrs, J. H, Witt. now. we have laid (wlitics aside and Mrs. John M. is the .... r.,.i.. , 1i..r..,i ,v,l city Is alive to the occasion, we eels-""" Mr. and Mrs. Joe llurnside, ,,ratc ptR ruis,c , chlrch eVt.ry Old (Jlory hangs from every .Miss Annie Margaret Klkin bus turn it from a rhort visit to .Miss Alth- l'"U'e and store here " " aire Mattingly of Lebanon. . I e 1 hJiZ " "'""" MRS. WILLIS IN CHARGE I , , fr,ln,,.,l q know ' Friends and former patrons of Crab ...in be gratified toj ihi Miu .1 It Will's assisted by her son, J. D. Willis, will continue to manage this famous resort. "Ma" j Willis "can keep her head when all about her are losing their!)" and she can also keep a hotel. I , Day" CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN """" "-- ' ,. 1 The Civie department of the Woman's Club asks the of every house-keepe- r in Lancaster on the following davs and in the, manner below el!a Arnold Francis - ' designated. Monday. April DAY. KK PKKVEN-TIO- NOTICE I I TO m 9 Aiitbinobila Springtime is Owners. your new set of Automobile Tires from us. We handle none but the best nnd we will save you the dif- herebuy ference. We sell the following tires: FISK, FIRESTONE, GOODRICH, GOODYEAR, KELLY SPRINGFIELD, RACINE AND THE UNITED STATES. See us before it is too late. BECKER PHONE 27. & BALLARD m BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. I Public Square Uncle Dave Ross is recuperating at YOUNG ESTES Clean your basements and attics of Maitir.sville. He lett last Sunday and Mr. William t'stes am) Miss Odestie rubbish, greasy rags and waste pa'wr, will lie away about ten days. Young of this city were married at the where ever possible. Mr. Kdgnr Iloltzclaw of Hamilton Methodist parsonage Tuesday after-maTUESDAY. MAY 1. FRONT YARD Ohio spent the week-enwith his at 2:3(1 o'clock, the Kev. I'almeter DAY. Cut lawns, plant flower beds. ('.. l.'stis. cousins Mr. and Mrs. S. olliciating. The bride is beautiful and dean walks and gutter. Salt cracks sidewalks; exterminate ants Misses Johnelta Farra and I.aVerne accompiisniHi ami lias lieen an ollicient Huiiness bouses clean windows and Uickersoii are visiting at the country clerk at llastin liros, store for the. past year, while the groom is one iff replace old awnings, home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe liurnside. our progiessive young farmers, lloth MAY WKDNKSDAY. Mr. utul Mrs. Smith Hagan and Mr. I have opened up a have many flienus who wish them'IhvY. This day can lie very profitably Marion Coy motored to Lancaster and happiness. used in ridding your lawn of dandelions, spent Tuesday with Air. and Mrs. Win. trimming bushes and gardens. There itat. CHERRY-BURNSIis no more important work which the Miss Tear! Dickerson, and .Messrs campaign could accomplish than to rid The marriage of .Mrs. Edith McRill Cecil llrown, T, J, Trice and Class the city of the weed pest. AND Carrier attended the reception at Taint Cherry and Mr. J. C. liurnside which T II U S D A Y. M A Y. 3. -- 1 'A I N T D A Y tixk place on last Saturday evening at Lick. Taint up inside and out, porches, fen7 o'clock created no Jittle interest in ces, woodwork anJ porch chairs. Mr, and Mrs. W. O. King will take groom are this city. Iloth briao week with Mrs. Sam Cot-- 1 rooms next YARD FRIDAY MY prominent here. Mrs. Cherry camo to ton, but at present they lire at the San Angela from Illinois live earsngo. DAY Clean alleys, repair fences and ' Kengarlan. in Lancaster, over Ji R, She lias been constantly associated with shodc. screen garbage cans. "Tut Ity- rut on screen ,.,.! trues on gartiage cays, Misses IVnrl Dickerson and Alice ii,.. lin.ii, ,.sh llf.. ,,r th- - ritu Mount & Co's., store. Complete various other tasks. Rigney and Mrs. Wood liurnside left wiiiHOino manner has won a host of M1"0' I (guarantee my work to MAY this morning for Cincinnati to spend friends. Ssn Angelo loves her for her) SATURDAY, llive satisfaction and my many womanly graces. So interested LOT DAY. Hoy scouts are asked to, tne wccK end. prices will lie riiJlu. were her friends that Immediately up-- assist the Civic department by cleaning Mr. R. E. Ilaltltld and Dr. A. A. on the announcement of her marriage vacant lots, removing tin cans and, Hatlield of Danville lime been recent Your business wilj gnrders. guests of their brother, Dr. M. S. Hat- many were tho who sought to know planting The Mayor has designated the week if she would till continue'in her bui field nnd family. as t,ieat:.up-weeic- . ness career. .Mrs. liurnside nnnouncid beginning Apill Miss latherme Hourne who is ut-- 1 that she would remain through this All trash will be hauled avay If tending school here, is her jeason ami then letire to mako u home placed out in tront of residence. Spring vacation with her parents, Mr. for her chosen partner, who by the Had Learned His Letson. and Mrs. J. W, Hourne in Danville. wHy, is one of San Angelo'a successful "Take my advice," Mild the mini who We notice that the Chanty Hall, a business "nen and ranchmen. Mr. and lias n great ileal of lltlgultou. "Do s Hurnside will spend the brilliant event In San Angels, Texas tinytblng rather than g Into court." e ,ancli north of "I tried that once, nnd It taught mo a society, where the grand march was '" ibe the city. Mr. liurnside has lived In lesson." "How nt" "I wus given1 led by Mr. and Mrs. John liurnside. una country lor tne past ten yeuis, a stiff lino for resisting uu officer." Mr. ami Mrs. W. Mahan, (SracuStou, coming here from Lancuster, Kentucky. lllrmliiKhum and Mr. and' Mrs Lilbourn Denton d Many friends rejoice in this union. to Lexington Sunday and lien i d a The wedding was tjuietly solemnized Where Dlrds Have Advantage, fine sermon by Dr. l'orter who Is hold. at the Thnmins residence where the like Look as far as Illrds have no transportation probplace! Protracted services at that -- You will never find ntorc bride made her home with her mother. lems. Embargoes, Mockadcs, autoThe Interior Journal in writing of the Mrs. Mcitill. (Inly the immediate fain cratic commands of trattlc olllcers are bcautltull Wall rapcrs I can show you. Woman's Club Minstrel speaks of Miss fly and intimate friends witnessed the unknown to them. Waen It Is jfcf in touch with we today for ttio human traveler to get Jean I'sxton who "brought down the ceremony, which wai performed by houre" with her Woman's Rights talk. Rev. W, F. Cunningham, pastor of the ii gold breakfast nnd start for the II. D. ELMORE Miss Jean is it grandaughler of Garrard First Tresbytenan church. Both bride world's 'end forthwith, ho can becln challenging the migrating birds, but 1 Paper Jlansinjj A Specialty. therefore we are not surprised, as thev and gooom wore military suits fashion ia uot before. all do well. ed of army cloth. The bride carried a d ! N0T1OE ' DE. PLUMBING I 1 j i TIN SHOP I ! ' PI WILLIAMS 1 week-end- Hjazley-Hurnsid- nior-tore- tou uua Ijl I sufll-de- The Central Record, Thursday, April 26, 1 97 1 Spring Colds Are the Worst They lead to catarrh and pneumonia. They weaken the entire system and leave it unable to resist the sudden changes. They interfere with your digestion and lessen your actthat dread disease known as ivity. sys- OFFICE OF OF Scaled FISCAL COURT GARRARD CODNTY. Ncftlectcd they soon become temic catarrh. Don't ncfllect them. It's costly as well a B dangerous. PERUNA egoard You Will Saf cold or exposure. Tone your system up with a ivglllar course of the liquid Peruna, fortify it against colds, get your digestion up to normal, take care of yourself, an'j avoid danger. If you ara suffering now be-f.- in the treatment nt once. Give Native the help she needs to throw c.T Uie catarrhal Inflammation, and r.goin become well. Peruna has been helping people for 44 years. Thousands of homes rely on it for coughs, cold and Indigestion. It'3 o gjod tonic for the weak, as welL Coin Have a box of Peruna Tablets with you for the sudden Stock car carrying four people started from a standing start in high gear on the bridge on New Danville pike and pulled the river hill in high gtc r and when the car readied thf top read twenty-fiv- e the speed-metor -- anauirecv miles per hour. Have you ever noticed how some houses always have a way of looking better and more attractive than any of the others near them? Analyze this difference, and many times you will find it is due to the fact that these houses) are always kept well painted, and in harmonious colors. Upon further inquiry you will also find In a majority of the cases that the paint used is irnvojiil niidrrmi'd tu It.e FIcnl Court of Cttrrnnl County will 1)0 rvcrlvril up to 1L o'clock noon, Miiy Jttli 11)17, when they will In- - publicly opcni'il nml rend, for thf nnpmvrinenl of ItoHcl ln'twrt n l.nncnitrr ami Danville to DIx Kivrr In (InrrHnl Co. Tlio work, in Ucpcrilit'il nml ahowti In the plum mill upcriticutions to I nrrn t Hip County ollici' will U: Inownm Cnrrnul County Sliitf aid I tmul ii4 uliowii on K'ncrnl ilrHwin;. A miiKlf lilil to hr ;ulimittt'il for the whole work. Hi(h iniKt he for work to ho ilone In crorilMiire with llie pinna and pecl I'lCBlioiin npiroveil liv the KIkcmI Court nd the Commltrioner of Puhlic Itoadi and on file at County Clerk's ollicu. The Ki.cal Court of (iarrard County exnreMly renervea the ri(tht to reject Cli-rk'- any and all bids. Hanna's Garage BROS., Managers. abut, The Pentia Company, Ohio Arcade KINNAIKD' Go. Green Seal Sold By Dally Thought If It lie my lot to crawl I will cruwl contentedly; If In lly I will fly with nlnrrity; but us iou nt I ran avoid It I will never be unhappy. Sydney Smith. Good Definition. Willie Willis "What's ti 'popular Idol,' pa?" Papa Willis "It Is the fellow who Is In between the fellow lit- - has Just licked and the fellow who H solus In lick 1dm." Juilse. Kickers. "A man may o.MiiblMi u repu"itinu us a Utter," remarked the Ob n r uf Invents mid Things "hut lu il". want to set tin- - Idea that the mute i CONN BROTHERS. Ilefore contractu are bimliiiK on firit partiet. they munt receive the approval of the Commimioner of I'ubtic Hoadi, Karh hid ahall he accomianiril hy chIi or n ivi tilled check, payahle at ii'Kht to the order of the County Trean. un r for 1(1 per cent of the amount of the proposal; whi-- h check shall he held until the execution of the contract. Ilefore the contract is swarded, (he successful didder or didders will de re. uired to furnish a doml of an ejusl amount of Contract, Dollars for the faithful trrformanre .if il,.. . in acconlance with the sf(1r...l,l hih! sciticnlions. All work to lie ilone under the illree. tion and supvrvision uf the sinner of 1'iililic liowls. liy orier of Fiscal Court of (isin.nl County JOi: HAMILTON', Ci unly Clerk of (iananl County. Ily N' C. Maniiltun. It. C. t 21 21. ' 111111 rS jpj I his Inferior." Little Things Count. Life Is made up, not of treat or duties, but of little tlilnss in which smiles and kindnesses ami Miiall obligations, given habitually, ur what win and preserve the heart ami wcure comfort. Sir Humphrey Davy. Damascus an Ancient City, Damascus Is the oldest city reinulu-In- c In the modern world. It Is first mentioned In Scripture In connection with Abraham (Cenesls 14:15), whose htewnrd was a native of the place 15:2). '1 jp lls ljfB r ; PUBLIC SALE. As Administrator of the estate of Mrs. Annie I". Ilradihaw, I will sell at public outcry on the premises on creek, near the Crad Orchard mi.es from Lancaster, in Garrard county Ky. the iersunal proierty 'of her estate, consistinc of household (and kitchen furniture, I mare i:i)ears olil, vearold horse colt, jrar. Iiiik lllly colt, liMise tunider and logs. pike, 4 ( 1 10CAL ODD FELLOWS LODGE Endorse Action Of President In Declaring War At a recent meeting of Franklin Lodge No. 7 I. 0. O. F. resolutions endorsing the action of President Wilson and pledging him their unqualified sup port, wese unanimously adopted and! copy of same forwarded to him. The resolution and letter follow?: Hon. Woodrow Wilson, Washington. I). C. Dear Sir:- The following resolulioiis, which art- - I I l HK i ' VCrr Test of Tires t'rC C'a'mS t0 'owcst"cost"Pcr"n"'c Bfik yWB l! v 1lliiJj llfll self explanatory, were recently adopted at a meeting of our lodge:-HAL- L OFFKANKLIN LODGE No. 7. I. 0. O. F. LANCASTER Ky. April It!. 1917. WHEItEAS:- A declaration of war has been IV I mill III Mill l Sfffl flfj gfif lljl f'jl I yu knew t,,u experience f an' considerable number of other tire users, tlmt would help you decide which tire makes good on thc claim' We dnt knw ahUt thcr makcs f tircs' but ' that motorists who have used United States Tires . continue to use'them; that more, and more motorists who used other makes of tires are turning to United States Tires. These two facts are proved by the amazing sales increases of United States Tires sales increases that arc vastly greater than even l5lu greater natural increase in the number of aufomobiles this year over last which shows where tire service is. u Haul sale will d held SATUItDA Y MOKNINC. A fill 1. 2.Hih. sit 1(1 o'clock. heKinnine; promptly. Terms Cash. A. D, UIEAD.SHAW, Admr . At the same time and place I will i sell at puhlic outcry the follow mi; iier- sonal pniiertv; household and kitchen I furniture, year drood mare with I mule colt at ! Je. one jearlin; horse j colt, one yearling mare colt, 1 two-yeoui jennet, two Aiikus dull calves, one farm wagon Kood as new. one nood cultivator, two sets of wagon harness, one set of double buggy harness, one 10 horso power ortable steam engine. In good shape with 100 t,wt drive belt included, other tool and implements too numerous to mention. TKKV.S; -- 3 months time without interest, mite with eimkI security. Sums of $10 nd under cash. A. D. IIUADSIIAW. Am. ilvume. Auctioneer. I i WWvWv ileclaru) between the United States and Germany, therefore HE IT IIESOLVED:- I'll (ill' ' - llBlf wwll 1Wj VkJvwVvS VAWVUU W ol' tin- - Coiiilitiiiii ol TNI Peoples Bank lulu I l.il.tur.. ..il nt ul M 1 ill. I l.rti.l. m th li'r in Male ut . luuu nt kfiiliukf. n me 11117. '!ul l.lek Ttiat Franklin Lodge No.-- I. O. 0. F. by. this resolution unanimously adopteii, express their approval uf the actions of our President, ai.d assure him that our Great order stands solidly behind him in this trying ordeal Having for our motto "Friendship, Lov and Truth", and endeavoring tu the best of our ability to live, up to. both individually and collectively, tin teuchings of oui Order, yet we lime In our hearts thut love of our Country, which Is inherent in thu heart of every American, and when our National Hon or is threatened and our beloved Hag is trampled upon, wu feel that war is justifiable, and that the course taken by our honorable President is u wise one. Wo believe th.it in express ng this sentiment we voice the ideas and sentiments of 5,010 Odd Fellows In the 10th ilny of trfMllNlil 1 (prtl. mjlljl Mil ill vwffl WwVVlWv mllltin MllWil vW Mill vwVS ttwM lll.r frolii llslikt dli llll llMII'l listiktu iiuii. inrttlliiie suit I IIKH lll'l: t'iM'lilllll ... ilerlrMfl.eijrl still llli.ei'llrtil li'ures I 11 Ml . nli ".'".J.'U I,:i.vi ll f. w (Ill K 3.1. Total tic I. lt II 1 flffW I.I I tlllt. m Ha. st.n'li al.l In. in ea.li 4ii. I l'VIIUIti I.' KSI fuuu) Worth and U'eor lh,it llHIIl1.! Hint 1Mr I'l.-i- f ji.iS.' II m W'obby' r;:rc., Cham' Unitd States Ires E Are yod Tires B lUii.a He. 'i Pit ls.' ll. ":.-- lol)l, ir . eSelj.e. W4 00 jiiuii,. H.iiik ..in It. irliM'klfn : t I H " it w. rt."t Tl.UI mil) TrH.i riiinisiilv .'!kit(I 4 J.HI.Mt IM h'Mte ut Ki iimsky, CcMHitv.nt i.arranl. sc. .I . IVimts. II ll. Wu.ula, l ie., il.'io anil I aslilsr f th. slaive liaiiun Usui il.i i'iiiii.li smiar lliat the Hlme slate I'l. nt i trii. .. the Wit iilmir kiion Uilce i.l ail 'ellet, l state of Kentucky, and of every ber of our order throughout our ed country,' and thut each and every one of them will he ready and willing tu do his part In upholding thu hands of our President in whatever acts he may consider necessary in prosecuting u var which we hope may lead to an ultimate universal peace. That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our Order and thut a copy be sent to the President of the United states. membelov- K I,. H Olllis, PreiM' in. 11,11. WOllPt'.Caihler Kiilxi rlLe'tsiiil morn in I.Wi.re me tills Ivili ol Ai ill J J I 51) rmmaa.i;i I'lsjr lllski'iiian. Nutsr I'llt.llf K.iri K'l. V isis. One Drop United States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Service Depotswho can tell you which of the five . types or united States Tires exactly suits your needs. MaO aniiurarenuwblta dlsrrhoes. cholera and other ehtck IhjIIIhduWis (Itarsars. Onoto-oei- it It ration of medlclue. At drua aisUorbruiBll luatuttd, Vila aUU iwultry book frva un rniueat. MMIII UMM M.. lallssHs. b. Sold by K. E. McKobert's. few drop la tho luktmr water eumt imtWtvtf"F CURES ?f Y l.ll'hli J. W. A. Wheeler K. Nevius George Smith Jr. Committee REX GARAGE, LANCASTER, KY. Safety Oeposit VK Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUH IIDSINKSS. Samual I). Cochran, Stornies. rf. C Denny. nr-Vir"- in Alex It. Penny. J. II. Vosry, J. K. J. I.. (Jill. Dr. W. M. Flliotl. Director. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice I'iwne 18. Resilience l'liom; 33. In large numbers are marauding this entire country. THEY ARE MAKING THEFT THEIR BUSINESS. seem to cover most of THIEVES CT N W HELP -- 9 r M "R lU ti.'a. tadCsrantceil VJ!Ca4ara,l)arJki.ii. n It'll im jii ttj Kr U. the farming districts. The plan is to rove The operations day locating fowls, grain and anything of valne, then under darkness to throughout the visit the spot and make a haul. Get locks for every building on your farm and leave nothing of value in the open or In buildings not fastened. Keep on the watch constantly and do everything possible to make these men go to work. A CHICKEN HEN IS NOW WORTH A GOOD DEAL AND A THIEF WILL GO A GOODWAYS ..vm, Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- AFTER ONE. -44 Cholera. Gangs. Limbcrncck. Roud. Canker,. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry :sv..::.""Tr Iur.itp.iaajlwil-.ftwuhii.lltil- Don't think you live too far from town to be molested, these men are traveling miles and making large hauls.' Help your neighbor to watch, and if you see men on his premises that you are not sure have business there, notify the property owners that they may be on the look-ou- t. lj ,um "' )i 't .1 ct Hi o cl it t liul uuty. llUtl-- ; ' 4.1 Lril 4ft-l.J. licbt. Crunf, Birditovrn. Ky. ViU M t ' "rr ' Wn I c urn uml. ct s!l Dru&ljtj. llH jl f ip,ng SOLD R. E. McROHKKTS. (V Liim-uste- Ky. srt ! !to Till Is tho time fur uverv citizen to support tlio United Stutes (Jovcrnment. ami inativ ure iloliin mi at iM'isMerable con or sacrifice themselves, System established Wc have juiiii-t- l the Federal lieierve the (Joverunietit to cive Krealer lliiuiiciul stability and strength to member banks anil protection to their depoxitors. You can k'ivM your support lo this sreat liuvernmeiit enterprise and also olitain it protection for your money by becuinming one- of our depositors. - Supporting the Government after the burglar comes. Do something, wc know we are advising you properly and let this warning reach each and every one of you. If we can assist to catch the intruders, let us know and we will do our best. Not HELP -- HELP -- HELP VSb OF I.ANCASTKH. KY. J. J. WAl.KEU, Vice 1'reat. B. F. HUDSON. President. r. Job J. Walxkk. Jk W. O. P.IQNKY, An't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMl. Cashier. Citizens National Bank Peoples Bank Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, April 29. 1917. q (Oil2j. '0XG.:0., .5'0vMCQ wm.&& ts We Have Just Received the New 1917 Line of w m JUST THINK OF THIS FOR 0 0 WQOLTEX PIB1UIK wash skirts. WHITE SATURDAY ONLY - P $ 5 C--j 10- $3. to $7. JUST live yenrs ajjii Tlie II. Black Company. New York ami Cleveland, invented the 13 0 O. F.mcy Stripe Hopu Bleach 2c. Skirts $ .9$. Oxfoids 98c and up. $150 OvotaUs $ .00 $ .50 Silk Poplin QScts. MANY OTHER BARGAINS. 1 1 1 9 ' 0 Tailors of of 1 G. ; M. '0aG.i0 .; LYONS. iO-'' y h ? .)0).0)0).!(0, '&fMW Within three years women everywhere had eonvitiifil the retuil merchants that they appreciated these prcslinink skirts, and successful idea always brings imitation. But process fcr wash kirts is too the .W'ooltex thorough to he used by any maker less sincere and reputable than The 11 Black Company;. wash skirts where, You have noticed the waist band would shrink in the washing and the skirt would not. or the ikirt would shrink ami the waist band would not, or both would shrink. A tfood d k SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, April 29th. Southern RailwaySystem Following Hound Trip Fares in ctfcctjrom S IS Mh4w lwn( '' 4 Danville, Ky. to Don't blame retailers for this it's ji st as liard for them as for you. to tell before hand what a new and untried tirand of wash skirts will do. wash skirts made nnd gunrantted by The Black Cnnii anv until r their WYolto label are on sale The original Every Season proves their superiority. in this store now. k Louisville Lawrenccburg $1.50 $1.00 Shelbyville . ilnrrodsburg $1.25 $ .50 Danville Similar reductions to all local stations between Letinaton and Louisville. Titktts limited Joy return trip to date oj tale. and We call your attention also to the sport coats illustrated here, likewise from The H Black Company, who are noted as Makers of young, women's Wooltex coats and suits. Representing a very high standard of materials, of tailoring and of style creation, they are worthy your inspection. Especially so since they were designed to be worn with the Wooltex wash skirts. RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .5:30 P. M. for further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Kailuvy System. P1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - OF - iSWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. A. B. EoTDertson & Bre The Store That Sells Wooltex Coats and Suits. Mi IUs (Successors t Hughes OK & Swim-brim- KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, ' Danville, made Kentucky, it 'Headquarters for Real Estate' IN nnmiT iii i im niinmnnn - LArLRlLnlL AIHU nnnininiinv IUUM III ALL DUolIlLoo. FOK SALE: liruwn Leghorn eggs; the a reputation tluoughout 00 cents per setting 15 eggs; $3.50 per bf st breeders county as one of the VeU LI, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I Our record for the past eight Mara show sales of mole than 13.500 arres good mules in this section. j 100; $5.50 for 200. Mrs. Fred J. Conn. Brings Good Crowd Bat Few Horses. of land, besides i large amount of town and city pioperly and stocks of mcr- The advertisements and Oreeding of ichamlite, amounting to more than $1,150,000.00 and this business was done to FOH SALE; (Joed gentle carriage alt these horses can be seen in this is- Money to Loan. II. Clay Kaulfinv, the entire satisfaction of more than (X) clients and cuitomria and they are my What was lacking iii quantity was sue of the Record. Beside others that horse; also some nice young mules references for "fair dealing, made up In quality aC the horse show-her- were not on exhibition here Monday. J. II. Leavell. Guardian. From my experience in the business I know how, when, where and what last Monday, which meets mi. ! or Sale: FOK SALE: Good Jersey milk cow. to advertise. iiually the fourth Monday in April. Five pair of good work , Samples of Ancient Days. To the one who has property to tell -- farm lands, city property, dwellings Fresh with second calf: J. K. Kobinioii. While the farmers were supposed to' mules. Just out of work. Down to 'comparatively recent times lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate propoiition, I solicit have been busy on their farms few G. A. Swinebroad. KOI' SALE: One pair 4 year old horse your business, believing I can handle it to jour entire satisfaction. people wera expected in town, but by every little girl worked her sampler y seventeenth-centur' 1 now mules, eight nice stock hogs. List vour farm or other property with me now. have on hand n noon the streets were crowded and the mid example of wnrknre hst III found nnd are the ob' It un.l t . ... u i,ii.lir.iuil Iiuiii; K.I if, ..,llu. ii'liit urit irnini. tn Imv .iiiiiHtliinir a.im.u ln.tu nt.u juui IWP- merchants of the city say that they jects of the collector's search. They ...v " ." i nm uni At HEMP SEED FOR SALE. busi-ne- tt had the best day in years from a erty may be j'ist what I am looking for. , usually contain the alphabet, the workI.OST;-Go- ld watch. Initials "J. It. standi lint. fn t)t. one wl(1 wuts t0 ,,jnveal, 1 solicit jour patronage as 1 know values er's name, the date, Illble texts, mot- To the farmers who are thinking of Apply this u1j klow ,hnt wltfn deul through me )ou will get "value received" The horses were the chief attraction toes inn pious admonitions, the whole sowing hemp this spiing, 1 will sell you J." Heward to Under. I -- i; !it. , ,1 tiv titi .ip.i.itiiittil.il KiinluP ror vour money. seed as cheap as possible and buy your ollice. of course, yet the town wai filled with ( and many changed j()f some conventional design. Thecal-hand- s. hemp at any time at the highest market ' I nave on nanii ior saie ui an limes a i.urge new automobiles oi rarms, Iwvllings Single Comb tlrown Leghorn Eggs, v o'clock the horse ' llest mmpler In existence Is Mild to price. L s aniu pd. iCity I'roperty not in Ihe advertised list, as my list of property is constantly V At H.ll.COX.I Hi for 75 cents, 100 for 5 1. 00 CASH. show was held on Lexington street bear the date of KJI'I nnd Is ill the changing, by mtcs, expirations renewals, listing new prnHrties and some u l!ox ST- -'. Erie C. Eurra. , my which was lined with people, eager to .Si mill Kensington museum, Loudon. best properties are not adverti'ed at the request of the owners.' see ard applause every horse shown. of Garraid County, write me and I wilt tell you 11UCKEYE 'r Juu atv a Eggs l or Hatching: l'uie liulf Or- Carrol Hailuy, of Stanford, drove his "1,r ('ounty. its fertile foil, its products, market facilities, good roads, phington strain. 15 fur $1. or 100 for $5 No Chance for Kidnaper. ' handsome stallion, Kowliind I'eavine, Airs Lizzie Walker is visiting her ll.l.'.-'JmiW. E. Moss, Lancaster. Ky. 8CI"",!' a"1 churches, of LancH.ter and itn business, its people and its growth. Tlllly vn quite proud of his baby sisand waj considered by many the fjnest The follo'wirg is junt n few of the proierties 1 jiave un Hand for rale now. t ter mid he tliMiiixlit tin women really duugh'er Mrs. liascom lirown. lie is a beautiful mount It when they said they woulil horse on the silent, ' FA It.M.S. practical! WANTED- - Position as .Hisses hallle and Attress Noel were sorrel and royalty bred. Wiltondale, like to tiiko her home with them. One i week ml guests A farm of U0 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pikuwitli of Willie Miles Itay. nurse, apply to Miss titurglu JNjIiiisod. owned und exhibited by Itobert Fox, of lny lie whs stmidins beslilo her bujrgy 11KI acres of cliir ami grazing li.d Ihiuwn in. Rev. ltagati of Nieliolasville filled his Lancaster Ky. in care of Mis. Loula C. ' Marksbiiry. nude his llrst show tier Mlillo his mother was shopping In a A fertile larni of IM acres with tplenin! improvements, taut lies well Jolmson. U said, appointment ill the Methulist Church lie toil'. A woman enme by nnd lit i utti acted much attention. . and is en pike. elegantly bred III ihe trotting line be- "My! My! What u pretty biihy," nnd Sundaj. A tmall fiirui of 5 acres, with 5 ii.nm house, guisl orchard. Well locateit Men Wanted with limse nnd waimii. i I '1 Knld, "Ves. und there's u iiiiitiimu The Wonder Washer Wringer Wash to sell F. side being just as good " animlividual. on pike, close to school and churches, or 10 acres with Inrge Ixrn adjoining can ' W. McNess Sanitary Keim-d- bt longs to her." in,: Machine will lie deinoutitruliil at und stute That handsome road-liors- o ics;llie only sauilurv line sold fium be added, making 35 ucre. Possession Lt one. Conn ilros., May 1st champion, lileucher, was given n few wagon. Can mulv $.100 n luoiilli. Apply A small farm of 43 acres. 3j miles f torn town, on jilke, new 7 loom spurts up and down the street eisl Mr. and Mrs Hay Noel wure gueMs of to Furst and Thomas, Frceport, III., or ll. Had Courage of His Convictions. and new burn, good Jand lis easily ahoWod wliat whs iu him and how Mr. Mid aim. Willi Itay at llyatsville L. I). Carter, Nichola-vill- e, Uy. rriint-lllacon, who was born In A farm of 00 atres, mi pike "i miles tn in tow:i. luiid trlht g, wry fertile. Sunday and Monday. lie became the champion roail horse, by Loudon Jiimiary , . , 151X1, hud mi u.cr-hloi- i mostly in grass, huge tobacco burn I roeni tssute. his easy way of wtnK and extiemt Mrs. J. E. Edwards has returned for ilui'llng, u pructlco prevuleiit A farm of IJ acres, extra tobaew. and hen.p lawl, iolii.g. L' ,urg barne, 8p"l In England In Ids day, observes n Tit Inline alter several days stay witii her For Srie. ilviiiltil ilwilliiiL-- . laud Well fercid aisl will Ui ltd l.ii.M Inn, ml ili.r aial shown bv N. er In the Washington Tost, llo llwd. parents at Maya Liclf. Jacke Tell, Just a few extra choice Ssptamhor ,)Ut Imlluings. W. Kiixrs, limdo Iii first show hele from 1500 to 1020. The great essujlst Miss Mayiiui Calico was whii her iwr-en. isiland cliina sitlil (WSP. r nsi ucies of null lat.d. nail levl uui nun iniiii ms a iichhi from whii vry stand- made nil address against ducting, In which fin.. .1,,. ii,.,.. Mi ami M.ra. Ambrose Calito aell cheap if taken soon. U only fmir years slur chamber fcesslon In proceedings This hor point miles front town ' u pike of K roiims. halls, collar etc, 2 aero ttodiant, This Saturday and Sunday. Lawsuit uni Montgomery. o'd and has tli spewl of n ehampbin, iignlii.t two men ouo for writing und one n bklgain. . Mrs. George lleudrsu visited hsr Keudlug ii challenge, the other for dettuvi nnoixl, Mo. til- and th III breaJing of th" st 50 acres of very ierlilu land un pike 1 mile frcim town, rot 1 duelling and, daughter Mrs. King ami Mrs. Pavls :.v iduality of h I. Artist livering It, Hilton was then king's atho bora tine uuhaitl tho land purttl tight. taigo burn uisl other torney general. ut ItryanUvilIe lubt week. ' lolm llsll. the maycr shown LOST. A (mm of 118 nclee, 4 miles In in ttwr. iw raU tint tartly rollinir A littlu boy made his upperonce -, mhi' iwnl by Mr. 1). Djiiii, at v.' I'alhulItetweeti Crab Orchard and I'reacli-- r p!endid Iniproveim nls. tlie, Iioiihj of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Anion Daniel Webster's Warning. Id pt a good urowll around him during srsville a pocketbook, containing small i. The last hopes of mankind, tlicte-for- e, im, ii inn, "i',.i A fuMll f 10 i.cies of line laid will (iapii,vtd. an pik" cumille to mar. bis entire shu.v and wai pronouiKed by lUunnl U Under. ka ,)f lnri. ruuilly .cats. UrA lies well. rest Willi us; mid It It should be Mr. mid Mrs Doe. Simpson nf llicli. amount motiev. inunv the bvt bred one on the ginui.d , ,, ' t J. II. Thompson. f ,.xmilI,a md be- - moml huvu been with friends and n.lle fitiii pike, Willi gctd imiirov. A miull farm of IS setts, and a show hur e from every point of e. ',:C', urKum,Ilt olnkt tho expcri. I incuts. hele for mveral nays. view. Ollie Johnson was on ha.ifl with I ,lucrty u. km. of CITY I'KOI'EKTY: HEMP SEED WANTED. Hrilliant I), his splendid I'ercheron wollld 1)t. funded throughout the tt w l'ear.oy Itetiu, Ited Top Cal f stallion and his premium jack, Thumps cnrtli. Dautcl Webster. Setd, Millet seed'for sale, Ktw tniuern (Ivvnlmg of iccirs, Hn, cellar, l atji rooms, modem Wanted to buy 30 buihcla of cultivatMill. This jack attracted much ut.j impiovemcnts, furnuo Jieattd, tlectiic tipl.tr, wnltr wills, imall tiut'iin bapi Hudson, Hugties & Earnau, ed hemp seed. Mitchell Taylor, Danville Kv. and 4 acres of land. Mrs Houston Gulley has returned 419 3t. Good Work Done by Amateur. Mr. John Ihe best one on tlie street A dwelling of C rooms srd out buildirgs ar.d 4 sens of land. Do not Icuro expvrliuenU with home from Hichmom after tcveal davs sin recently bought thi! famuus jack, plants to profebslonals. Much of the slay with her daughter Miss llatbara Anoiiitr new mcarin uweiurg oi m mms with su irtuern conveniences. NOTICE FARMER. Uuck Varnon, and will also make the best-worA number of other dwellings and building lots. la the Improvement of plants, to Gibson Infirmary. season at Mr. .lohnluii's place. We have a limited amount of Choice unu uowcrs nus come inrousu nit For further particulars and prices iiquiiu uf Mr. kid Mrs. L. U Sanders and son Cultivated Hemp John Anion proudly showed his hand work of uiuuteurs. Tho latter class Se4 that we will liuruett and Mr. und Mrs. Sim Tatem contract and buy your 1917 crop of lint lVrcherou Hawk and was same traveling abroad have also been first by admiring judge muit of to scud valuable plaut Introduction to of Crab Orchard and Mr. and Mrs. at $16. Get your order in while they George Hay were guests of Mr. and Mrs I,. Yantl was on the the home laud. Me T the day S. S. S. Lumber Co. last. I Hiram Hay Sunday. jK'r-e- t 4.5-t- f. witt his famous jack whlcli lias Kentucky. HORSE SHOW nvnnnmjrnn "THE LAND OR NOW" .mUNU nr w.it'i.. .,". ju e. ",ri'ld'nt ' ,..., 4 ,,,,. .ies t JR SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster,