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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 3, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917050301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 3, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. Twenty cir.iiTii vie An ut II -i- i ii mi rr r The Currant County Agricultural lloanl of Control, assisted hy Hon. John M. Farra, F. M. Tinder, W. A. Farnau and other cltizei.a ronceived hand and carried out the idea of a patriotic second A good WANTED meeting to lie held ut out court house bicycle. Apply at thh ollice. Monday night. The thought was to hrir.g out the idea of patriotism from CITIZEN. A PATRIOTIC the "man with the line" to the man Mr. N. J. Gosney of Marksbury. lias who choulders hi cun fnr his counUy. WE HAVE THE VERY BEST EQUIPMENT an acre of That the chairmen and those working offered the Hoy Seoul If you want to get an Avery Implement irrouml. plowed and ready to plant any. with them did their duty was evinced thing in il tliey mn want to. Thin l liv the wav In which the entire pro- ...get busy. We have not many of them left one way for the farmer to show ins urani was carried out. The court house as our sales have been very heavy and our patriotism and we hope others will fol wns heHUtifullv decorated in U. S low the Rood example Mr. Gosney has flags, bunting and also the Hags of our To order will cost stock is running low. allied nation). set. Never wns there, seen a lamer or several dollars more. more enthusiastic audience in I.ancas TEACHERS EXAMINATIONS. ter. although nioit of tliem came in Our business is on the rush, so come county r of rain, The i vocation Miss Jennie lliggins. superintendent of schools. Informs us whs given hy Rev. It. S. Hudson, after early so we can give you prompt attention. that the examinations for the Common which the vast nu'isnce rose as the t the first nule of "America" was sounded School diplomas will he held an earn samr with it Court House. Friday and Saturday, and (.hook the Mav 11th and 12lb. The while teach- - estness nnd vehemence That every cm cxiitiiinatljin will he held lit the , verv walls of the building. same place, .May lSth and 19th; exami- lone in the audience loved thh "Sweet nations for colored tenchers on .May 25 land of Liberty" was shown in their voices and upturned, prayerful faces. nnd "Clh. n ! Our Allies were reprefcntcd hy LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. carrying (lie flags of these nations. 'Cecil l!atso:i brouirht down the house :)t Itemcmber the date. May the tith., f yhen she lecited "V'our Flsg and My Virginia Ileuzley. Margaret next Sunday. Do your duty and go toj.'Hj,", Only fragmentary items about the tli Sunday School of vour choice where Kiliutl at. A Kir.iard UoWo spoke for kfnHi of garden plants. For Sate. All and lielgium. after j t'" England, situation In Germany, due to the food ii hearty welcome awaits you. P. Thompson. nave "Old j 5r One Million in the S. Schools of Old j which George Sivinebroad Imrinui. ml Ulmr troubles, have been aciiuitting themselvea with Kv.. is the goal. Yo'i count one. The!(jory, If we are commanded to forgive an received. iru inav cause aiiir(i.i mi,, i:irt m mder sanu me enemv, wo are not commanded to trust An Amsterdam dispatch ssya that in fa on. nf Mr.illHiie'hvmn as u small honor to. lilace of the familiar iidhllc notice in others, the D99.WJ, defeat. him. II. S. Hudson. "The Star Spangled llanner" Krnncf. the tierman newspapers, warnii'g the SCREENDOORS SCRHKK .CLOTH people not to talk of military matters Cardening for recreation, ecomizing was leil hv Mn.e Martha Tinder and In town. Conn Hrm. II... t.ilt Kndl nf IlirlmV In. PATRIOTIC MEETING AT r.. an In The must completeMary I.ee Lear dressed as Iln.l Iwcmin- - of spies, there now nppeurs a! DUYS STEARNS-KNIGHThe live and let live people. j Ross, as n cilor and ectlier with the multiplicity of war I nurses, ltobert new notice which reads: with no LANCASTER SCHOOL. lly Mr. Woods Walker goes to Louisville jnmea Tinder and Itobcrt Noland ns duties, finds the liouse-wif"Citiicns. your duty is not to talk of Something to worry nbout-o- nc - ij Every word thereon to-- d ay to receive his handsome Steamssoldiers with the entire audience real pleasure left but swatting the Hy. carrv M.WO Reims to the mill: food conditions. can Tuesday morning a patriotic meeting I heliis the enemv and endangers the Knigl ilcarhe recently purchased of rtahiK to their feet and joining them. and one germ can kill you. - was htjid at the morning chapel exerMrs. Wilson anU mhs ainrgarei M r. H. 0. llenchendorf. of Wilmore, Ourcobred citizen, Milton Sneed. I fatherland." . . ilutlrrllfpr OI tilt cises of the Lancaster Graded and High tUa immurrioil .1 . ........... Old Furniture for sale. Fine Chest throue.li the local agent, Mr. Roger gave the song lie recently comiiuseu s.i School. Uev. F. M. Tinder made a Aldridge. drawers and four bed l'hone liW-The advertisement of tins .miil.Mi TI, Patriotic Mol'ier" which President are proving their patriotism timely Quentin Roo.evelt. son of Colonel and earnest talk on "The Three Vanhook llros. popular car appears in this issue of the was received w ith enthusiast ic applause. by paying more attention to the details Theodore Roosevelt, has joined the Cs" Earnestness, Economy and and is considered one of the best Interspersed with this musical pro- of the manatremert of the White House 'Energy. l!.i Ton Cne Seetl. cow peas. yellow Canadian Aviation Corps to obtain in- - n At this meeting the flags of the market. gram were the speakers of tho evening. etahlishment than ever before. Miss !.. will, i. ii American! Sov Ream. Do San Soy lleans. Millet! were presented to I ., Kuronean front should such County rarm Wilson also is singing in concerts for our allied nations . Messrs W. II. Rogers. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. eril. . the school by Prof. V. 11. Hopkins, and IT ..e the benefit of the Red Cross. 13TH. Aceul unu lieo it rev aioriiuii ui an expedition go abroad. He was ,best ' BUCKEYE. MAY-11Tgreat appreciation was shown this gift . w Co to Sunday School Sunday Sure. S. Dept. of Agriculture, and Hon. trvin' bv both Prof. Hopkins and the school ' " report the m, Tho u,vcrend K. K. Walters of Edwin P. Morrow of Somerset. Ksch Sunday School should deacon children. These flags were presented begin n series of v M Ti...l.r.eil,,I.K, chairman and times", prayed the OiU the number of .nrollcd pop... . Archibald .loose- - Williamsburg will ukww ( at the mourner's bench, "when de folk to Prof. Hopkins by J. J. Walker, Jr., Sunday. at the llapt.st Church here on z. Ke- - wrvlc OllicersI veil is a member of the got all de meat an' bread done Chairman of the Decorative Committee may ne e.e.enu. r r.uay evening ai , .. . . ! .1. J. i, 'serve Corns at Harvard University, . up ue price so mgn uai ut h tnem m toe oeiieving lnal oy p acing .1 -- r omraj co .tinuc thiu bumlay evening. Farm Agent ard it was largely through ra'ali SIKAKU tbe Roo.evelt boys and will when stand- - school do the greatest good 1 man can't reach to it even , ) and Lexington pine. i , Keverend greatest number. The children n..lu.. but how could i State Hoard wallers is representing ine his influence brought about JJ tip toed on de h,.,op an' stretch.,,' to the spots and chain arouniin etc. of .Missions in betialt ol meeting was with otherwise? it under the direction of their various ' Hy ... .. ,tll l,e ...nreciated. cordially in- the liudgct System. We nnv iii,uinii.'v Arthur Ileazli v. vtte every one to attend the services It wa, inevitable thai some of our oat bread an' meat slide down jes' a j countries they represent at once, one , oye. Mo whar w k Congressmen should look at any public of the ranks -- t The of producing Urger crop, on fewe;; Htf out bv the question from tho virwint of the 1uslor acres. Mr Rogers made an fer Army" is bring thinned of ( dat it's, de agents for Ballards Obelisk Flour. fierce drive of Policeman Hcrron. lie narrowest kind of politics, the order Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. nolliing herin'I" sat he will break up tho loafing habit K!itics that is concerned witli higher than the stale of the "fences" THANK HEAVEN! in Lancaster."' appeal to them by the President in his at home, with "what is there in it for Colonel Theodore Roosevelt was glee to raise more food stull for the national Mrs. Albert Genet, whoso young son. me?" speculations. An army made up .. . . ...... ..II .1... .. l;uii uii ,1...- Mnn - crisis that lies before us. n liii.itiiEdmond, was the first American avia- of men drafted into the aervf.ee of the IUI wnen loiu ioui him, had sunk a. Mr. Geollrey Morgan in a clear Bnd , llring the Start and Stripes and United States lias no appeal to such iiolia. named after tor "1 am greatly re- forceful manner, after paying a betu-submarine. who has three other sons with the col- Congressman, for un army so obtained German "ajid 1 congratulate tiful tribute to Kentucky und her re- believe in univeisal milit- is an army of men all on one level, ui.d joiced," he said, ors I congratulate the captain, sources, and to the Illuecrass section ary training it makes better men". no politics can be played with them, you ai.d the e:unnerH and all the crew of the in particular, made an earnest plea to mass. either as individuals or in the Heaven, some the farmera to btand by their farm Thank Mongolia. eaimiaign for funds A tinlionwiile Ameiican has at Inst begun to hit. agent in the work woicli will ba out war lelief) with. which to support the but believe that been altogather too long lined to them. He nsked for the con We k H-o..er .p..i.. r.r .m the tiurelyhave the receiving end of this war servation and preHervation of all our i ut .,. )isiineu ob "m German ieoplu are now fighting will bo resources, sing that wastefulness of authorities on organization and fin- destroyed to the great nndhistlng gain, Germany has waged on us." and idleness were but an aid to th r ance called bv President Wilson, who Is not only of the .civilized nations Kaiser in his destructive work. of the societv. Piehidetlt PASSES WITH CREDIT. .Ii.,., niriiliist iLs intolcrablo uggres Tile last on tho program was 'he and Edwin P. sions. but also of the I will be in Lancaster during the last Mr. John McRobcrts, who has been sieaker of the evening. Hon. Already tuning and to Hguio mistaken people of Gernimy. ttleuding the school of Pharmacy at Morrow. Every once in n while it is of May to heights despotism of the Itomanoirs Louisville for the past two years, spent given some m n to rise to the on general pilo rebuilding. For ref. tho and half piralyzed by IH not only of ulter-uuct, to display a nobility, Miss Shelby Mason, as I moralized Satu rday nnd Sunday with his call last sympathy with the loheiizollern. There but als i of sentiment. Mr. and. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. nple d a piano or her. Orde.a secret have oVHrthrown. and the German -Jitl, her will he given my most John will secure hit diploma as a has hern no kimer, finer speech imido i.ft Kmperor ha. fvlt forced t promls., not liceiuid Pharmacist in a fuw days, he about the war tlim that delivered Mont n be attention. It was u to try f. restore it. Verily, democracy 1........ S .. ,r,)Ui!l, IlilCdlnl llld .VMIllltllltlnil day nloht by, Nir. Morrow. Oseir B. l JI .,. I. . . i 1.1... Ky. is becomliih' popular in the world. HanuJ-burberorethe State Hoard, with much .noiiio ecno o, m.- muiioriui anct u.iu.r.. a riJre credit to himself and with honor to the made by Prtsidont Wilson, ll.il l.ia treat to tho-- e present. rv ' if piofess.on. .1 ''xliat'C' fceutiinents were voiced by However bo will not return to .. .. i liv tin, eiill. I .1 ir. uu r... tli.Wn caster iini'ituiaieiy as i... uus unuiUjiiiijuuKiiv ..a. ........ his service and applied for admission kUnt and pro' nged applause he le lie r. sunved our hiitory from in tho Otllccra Reserve Cosps. which ceived. f hn time Columbus crossed the ocean g. into training ai inuiniiapuus on in,his liny cralt to the present day, llllle .C1,,ck 5, 1.1th. what uur revolutionary showing cleai Is the month to look afler i ,, ancestors, ou nemtors of 1812. our ntiM KtHrt tiiem aniaii. ROBERT TOMLINSON Mexican nrc tors had bought und in blood for us. J" K You can ao so oy ouyu, a Mrlag CjRp al ndiinapo!is baptized wo piove woithv ot tills mag- -' "Will nlflcent inherit iiKe, worthy nf these j Or the fifty students who applied for bravo oioneer (iscoverera nut only of Trainadmission to the Ollicers Reserve lands und mountains and prairie), but ing Camp from DelWv University, of the human n art. This splendid which starts them In a flood healthy condition only ten were accepted and one of thono eiiti ii .Ud to us may luve to for summer growth. was our own townsman uud splendid bo enriched by as bruve und loyal young man, Robert Toiiilinson, who is hearts as those gone before. Will we After feeding this for ten or twelve days, we Ho will take his now in school there. prove worthy "our common inheritance", training al Fort Ilenjamln Harrison he asked. Tiuly, the great heart of have for them the noted ' continue for three mouths Garrard Count was sounded Monday and will from May 15th, at the end of which night, and it r ig true. time eramliiutioiii will be held on the , You will swi his iu the window at subjects studied und rtcoiiimumlationi ' CONTRACrOR WANTED., for positions as commissioned ollicers will be made to tho Government by the Wanted a cu' tructir to build one tlie t?rada men in charge aa "" oa Wolf Trail road. mile of turnpl be determined. can Frank Land, many fi lends here who are Call on or pho e, Hob has N' 3 Ida patriotic ambitions and Phone 387-J- . proud of by with good marks SSt-pbelieve he will get Corn Planters, Harrows, Rollers Qssl UJ LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 3; 1917. PATRIOTIC MEETING. An number s. ' Notable Speeches Which Should Find Echo In Every Heart. TINNING, PLUMBING & HEATING 'g ROOFING & GUTTERING Let us have your orders and they will be attended to promptly. A Large Stock of BATHTUBS, LAVATORIES i "r CLOSETS AND PIPING ilnwn-pou- Conn Brothers. bll tat Brought at prices under the present market. THE BEST MEN TO ! chil-,dr- EN STALL YOUR WORK nriri UMELIE1 - BROS. g Lancaster. - Kentucky g 1 , - t e I " . n- I I ' I'ar . H ' ""' " "T s, ltv.,.". I ?J. J 1 I ,," P"n battle-scare- "la. h'VtaSrtSS J,0". StVjSi; ZJTZZ Sry achat's ss!"l ' BUGG IES, r:,:" 't. : ccn-i..- e, par-en- 11 ' - (.ir'uValt!.;;? 1' .'ij jour . . M They are selling fast and you can get a great bargain while they last. Come at once. top Buggies ever shown We have the best closed ies in-Lancaste- r. "Purina Chick Food" W. oe !! J. Romans The Central Record, Thurscj , WINTER 3, 1917. r ROUGHAGE. ium Automobile Necessities .. J I ii ii I --ii ii i r )( iczzicn I Ice Cream Parlor. at -- THE FIRST STEP Usually the first indication of a towering of health is found in the bowels and liver. Something goes wrong wc cat too much, or work too hard and the bowel action weakens or tlia liver is sluggish. That heavy feeling on arising in the morning, dryness' of the throat, with bad taste, a stight headache, dull eyes all show that food has fermented in the intestines, and that the body is manufacturing poisons instead of good blood. Clear it all out. Give the stomach and houcW a fresh start. Encourage the liver to go to work. Manalin docs all of this, without griping or weakening. It's the ideal laxative and liver tonic, because it follows Nature's n plan, without ciscnmfort. or forming a habit. Constipation may be overcome with its use. r.iaulil n r tablet fnrm. The t aTab- e ht lets 1 k n umly. Chlldrnllkn nl them. thcy ara inllam-natio1 Stonnes Drug Store. Casings and Tubes. We have too many and will sell 30x3 Grav Tube S2.G5 30x3 Red Tube 30x3 2.0 a 30x3 for the Those who have given the silo n fair trial ami have used ensilage for different classes of live stock during several seasons have Imarlnbly come to the conclusion that this Is the mot satisfactory kind of rotigltnge that can U' fit! during the winter, We says the (own Homestead, use the wonl "roiidmce" ndvls. edly. Iiecainc ensilage cm never as n comentrnteil lio classed food, all hough, of coure. Rood enxllage contains considerable corn. Its chief lack Is In llcsh forming materials, and In the compounding of ration It lias been found that nlfalfn liar foil In conjunction with ensilage makes n splendid combination. Time ntid ngaln our experiment 1 Naanillji Cuiies. jTh,& NUNNALLYS present $11.53 12.E5 30x3 Cosing Casing Candies S)ccinl Ice Cream for this week. Gray tube 3 0A fejjji 30x3 K Red Tube 3.55 S J 33x1 Casini 31x4 Casing 21.20 22.25 Save 6ure gauges. your tires by knowing they are proper- Schrader Tire Pres. Cementless cold patches in flat tin boxes at 25 cents. None stations have demonstrated that the .free use of nlfalfn ami cm silage nloi with nn appropriate amount of train will Rive results In the feeding of dairy cattle and In fattening cuttle than almost any other coniblnntlon that might ls mentioned. r - Peach, Tutci Fruittl, Caro-me- l, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served ly inflated. better. safe. 10 aatl iS cents. Tli Pcrunt Co Columbu, O. . 4. Telephone POTASH FROM KELP. Any Hour W. 1C O. KING, 3C No 202. Shameful Secret. beautiful girl over there?" "She's the daughter of n corporation lawyer. Hut keep It fr:n her, old man. She Is sensitive, nml lm been brought up In Ignorance of thu fact !" Life. "Who Is that MOSLER STANDARD SPARK PLUGS 25 TIK65. Tliese plugs ore perfectly reliable and are used in all good cars Suprema Auto Engine Oil at 50c to 60c per gallon. Hard and medium grease in one and five pounds. None better at any price, Our Big Red Gasoline Tank and Pump is conveniently located on the corner. We furnish GASOLINE, at an attractive price. ran sell it again." SPRING That's Why. "Myers is n chanced man since he bought that place in the country. When he lived In the city he uwl to he too lazy to hang up the pictures when lie moved from one npartment to hut now he's always (tottering iibnut his hou. nml ground, making mme Improvement or other." "Mnbe he's trying to fix the place up so he Kellogg Quick, Easy and Compound Tire Pumps Rest Pump on th . r NATTINESS. Piquant Turban Mads Up of Grotgraln Navy Silk. Straight. Hat necks, like the twelfth century pictures, are one of the newest finishes for frocks. The perky cocks American Manufacturers Hava Ercctad Eight Largs Planta For This Purpose. In intl the bureau of soils was authorized by the congress to make n survey of the nation's resources In fertilizer ma'erlals, particularly In potash, for which this country was entirely acI pon the (termini mines, cording to the annual resirt Just Isof ogrlculture. sued by the. As ii result of this reconnolssanco It became evident that the large! and must Immediately available source of Mttnsi In this country was the giant kelps of the I'acllle coast. As n result of the department's Investigations and the prohibition by Orniany of the eiitortatlon of (sttash suits American manufacturers' hae erected eight large plants In southern California for the extraction of potah from kelp. On Sept. 1. IUM, nltotit 125,OUO tons of raw kelp had been and treated, jleldlng approximately 10 K?r cent of dry kelp. Tho plants now in operation, owlug to the present ablioniiiil prices for ltt-nsh- . pnx-c'se Proprietor. DC OUR NEW WALL Let Us Show PAPERS Not Them To You. are Beautiful and Expensive. Powerful Market. & Electric Head and Tail Lamps 25 Skins-Spong- 30c Wool Dusters that don't scratch 75c. Dustless Dust Cloths 10 to 50cts. 25c. Chamois Metal and Body Polishes. Top Dressings and Body Varnish. Protect your eyes with a Wilson Sun Goggle. We have them in all shapes and colors at 25cts up. aft AlBBaaaBaaaBBBl are devoting relathcly little attention to the elaboration of for the recovery of bypriHlucts. If this situation continues they probably will not be able to produce potash nt a profit w ben conditions Itecome normal. In the clrcuniKtniieos It seems deslrnble for the department to demonstrate the feasibility of producing commercial potasli and byproducts from kelp with a view to (tut the Industry on a sound economic basis. Plans have lieen formulated for erecting nod operating at some adrantngeoiis Kilnt on the coast of southern California n plant with u dally capuclty of not less than 'JiM tons of raw kelp In order that tho necessary experiments may lie conducted. It Is hoited that these experiments will result in the establishment of n Mttasli Industry which will provo prof. Itablo mid iorinniicnt and render this country Independent of foreign sources In normal times. i WcRobertsDrugStore THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. I'res't. S. (X DKNNY. Cashier. I Ctl.U HoolcKrrrwr; A. R DENNY, President' J. E. STORM KS. Vice It. T. CuunY, Ass't Cashier. J. DC 2L 1C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Farrowing Pen. The farrowing pen should Itc provided with fenders around at least three sides, about civ or light Inches (from the t'oor and about tho mi mo dis tance from the wall. Tliese should be strong enough to support the weight of Safety Deposit WK Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUIt 1 IIUSINKSS. Samual I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. II. l'osry, J. K. (Sill, Dr. W. M. Klliott. Directors. Stormcs. S. C. Denny, J. IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country is calling fnr men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep? Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importar.ee of good health, both as an Individual 'is: the Miwjdiould bhe llo on them. They will t a grent extent protect the pigs from Uiug lulu upon during the first few days of their llws. Tho little fellows will soon ltn r is to creep under thco fenders when the sow lies down. Tho Illustration shows n farrowing i with fenders made of '' h 4 scant ling Tana fastened around the walls. Progress. Corn Lacks Lime. I Collections Bills and Claims of all classes are collected by our System everywhere. Wc mnkf absolutely mi chnrfie unltss'the money is nctunlly j)ni(l to you or us. i and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ofllce, that every bedy should guard their health as a priceless posWhen you find yourselt running down and not exactly session. keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. .You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-NCEL-SA- a cmsr uootx. quill reposing atop n nut shaped turban so neatly tailored with flat plaits running fore nml aft Is what holds our attention, however. Cleaning Hints. I i ! I I I I I (3 I 11 R Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to investigate our proposition. 11 Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney bark If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homrj for sck of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. tells at One Dollar for thrtee boxes, legally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranteed for the blood and Indigestion und headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCK SOI'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIiOY LINIMENT, for all l'alns, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. I sto-nac- STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 372U-8- Jack-White-Mo- on West llroadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. c 1CZ 1L 1Z Few housewives enjoy cleaning wall paper, but 'It Is n task that can be made eay and tho work done with good results. , Surface dust may bo removed with r. cloth, n long handled brush or n broom covered with n canton llanncl bug. Take only downward strokes In going over tho wall. In glvlue n thorough cleaning' ft cheesecloth bag tilled with wurm bran or pieces of stulo bread may bo used. A my stiff flour mid water dough may bo rubbed over tho paper, turning so that o fresh burfaco U ulways ready for the papr. Grease tpots that do not yield to this treatment aro removed by applying fuller's earth with n soft cloth, rubbing well. Ilrush oil uftcr a few hours and repeat If necessary. Fillet Lac Trimming. New blouses show fillet laco used extensively as trimming. Tills fashion began In November, but was not widely, taken up until tho. present month. Tho usual form tho fillet laco takes Is a wtdo turnover collar, extending Into a broad panel that rum to tho waist In front, aud deep cuffs that fit tho wrists nd aro fastened with email laco buttons. Although tho laca la sometimes put on handkerchief linen blouses, tho most fashionable combination la wltb erepe da chins and georgette crape. Cecuuso of Its low content of mineral matter, particularly lime, corn should not be fed as tho solo concentrate In rations for swine. Ilodlly weaknesses result from n deficiency of mineral ele- I!) ments when other feeds aru not supplied with com. In experimental feeding tests conducted by Dr. 11. II, I'orbcs of tho Ohio experiment station hogs fed mnlnly corn hail weuk bones, often resulting In lameness uud fractures. Such lie Juries do not ifcur with hogs on pas. turo or with those gheii feeds rich in lime, such ns eloier, alfalfa. rutc Ilono Hour cklmmllk uud tunkuge. wood unties, corncob charcoal und limn to rations dearo useful supplements ficient In minerals. On Feeding Hogs. While thero uio many points to be watchfully considered In bog ralslug. liouo U moro Important Ulan tho feeding. No matter what your system of handling tho hog and its food. Unless the food Is properly balanced, so that The Sanders Mercantile Agency Coy S. Sa.iders, Manager. Ollice 1st floor Uradley Miltf. West side Lexington St. Phone 212 Diaw A Check Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. for the money you ov. c nntl note how much more respectfully your creditors re- liprd you. They like to do busiuoss with a man- who - has ait account at the Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-- F or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. tho amount of proteld matter required Is always provided In accordance with tho work required of the hog and tbo development In growth or finishing, the best results cannot be obtained. A sow will eren eat her young If not furnished sufficient protclds mid If overfed may produco too much milk and tare Inflamed udder and scours. Garrard Bask 4 Trwt Co. They know he Is doing business In a business like way. Better open such an account even if your aft airs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday, May 3, 1917. MANSE. CARDS.j Dr. j ) Vm. - D. Pryor, .Veterinary Olllri- bI Kniney s l.lvrry Stable. Ki'iitticky Lancaster. Surgeon and Dentist. i j MiJH Susie lllgglns was in Lancaster Siitnrcliiy. Mr. Irit- - Hull npi'iit Sunday with Mr. Hill Toiiiii(jii. Mint Mntlle Wvlie U the guest of Mm. Jim lUlslnii. Mr. lions spent llie pnt week with her brother Mr. Mnrrion Muyif. Mr. A tl Noi spent tlif piist v, i''k with hit sister Mm. .1. I). Wjiiii. Mrs. II. I'. Conn mill children Sunday with her miter Mrs. S. (''. Hot. t ,0"' Phone 365-- Wi.eils Wen Mr. ntiil Mrs. KnriK-.- t 'tin- - guest of Mr. mid Mm. .1. I! Wood Sunday. Mr. unci Mrt. .1. V. Anderson of Point l.envell nml Mm. .1. II. Anderwn j of Cincinnati spent Suiulny Willi Mis. 'W. I'. AnilrrHiu Jr. mid children. Miss M) rile Ciililiriin nml frieml Mr. j .Jessie Khoiils, Mix Allle Creech nndj Mr Willie Ithixlu wele the attractive Mi-- s j'Uest j of their friends Sallie tin v or Anilf rs in ami Mr Otto Howling Sunilnv I evening. j BUCKEYE, KY. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. Culls answered promptly, night Plume :m:i Kentucky. Lancaster. Mrs. It. F. Parentis iind Mrs. Will Parsons of Inil. were thu guests Thurs' day ut Mrs. Win. Ilurte. Miss i:thyl Duiinm relumed to In-home in Heren Sunday, after n weeks j i visit to Mm. It. I.. Duncan. F our in sacks urharr I . Kxrlusivc, agents for Hallards Obelisk Flour, Hudson, Hughes & Parnau. Mr Kdd King recently so n his. frne containing MJacres to MrjW. I.. Moore of Willi.imsburg,Jprlce SS.'.Jper'acre. Mr. I.loyil King whs In Cmclnnnti the Wr. nnd Mrs. Hoht. Elliott VifjtWaT-- I past week. c iceton, spent Sattirdnv night and I)r. J. A. Snowden of Winchester with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. whs here on business, ThtirsiJ.iv. Joe Itoain. Mr. Frank Moore spent the latter p.irt of the Week in Lexington. GUNNS CHAPEL Miss Vlrgie Lee of Lancaster is vis. Go to Surilay School. iting her fiilher, Mr. M. (!. I.ee. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tallon May were In Miss Ethyl Duncan win the guest of I i ic Miss Corn II. Ilurle Friday night. i kI nhnpping. Mr. iirnl Mrs. Chester Clark nml dill Master Jmnei I!. Amon I) fullering ilren spent Saturday with Mrs. 8. I'. from a very sore hand. Onvis. Mr. Prank Land solil some hogs to Mr. Alhert McKinney nml daughter. Mr. Will Lawsnn at lit'. viriteil Miss Kiln Mae. of Itichmond, Mr. Knlit llruandus of Hack Creek Mrs. Kdd llrown Sunday. tins purchased n new Kurd dr. Sun-dac . LOWELL Jennie and Sue lllggins and I.ennn llollon motored to Danville recently. White, Yellow and Silage seed corn. Ueld's Yellow Dent Seed corn. All carefully selected and highest test. ut sod, Hughes & I'nrnau. Mr. Daniel Moherley, one of the old v est citizens of this vicinity, died Airil 2s of pneumonia. The remains were taken to (!ile.id for liurial Sunday afternoon. "(!o to Sunday School Day" will lie observed Sunday. Kverjone is urged to.'ittcnJ. You will he cordially welcomed at the liaptist church here or any other church vnumay he near. (10. : i SMALL MILLINERY. Lit-tl- How to Mskt Girl's Spring a Hat. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCtilley and family ent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land. Mr. and Mrs John Wesley Dailev f Wl.r(, KluMl, and Mrs, Tom linituv Saturday and Sunday. iOneDrop frw drum In thn Urlnklnir ctiiv-- i an.lprvM'iiMwliItu A Dourbon Poultry Remedy .r. utrr iJAPFS VfH daughter. Opal, were guests of Mr Uml Mrs Irvine S.mimm. Sunday M and Mrs John Land, Misus jr. and Mrs. Ilunt.r Davis and illan hiNa,rti(ilrra anil other chick iltvatrt. Onfl &wrnt Itultl" makr 12 rallonnnf mlktur, At lnt Valuttr hr mall fn-uirli i"tultry rv"f,ut:U able I0US2CI CCXEOT CO., lulncfoa, I,. K, Sold liy.R. McKoberts. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. iVicRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, DntiiU. Eontuuky I). V. JI. .11. Pain I Lick. John toy. l nllefic Veterinary Surgeon. (iradiiiitc DANVII.l.i: Veteriimry KI.NIUCKY is offered you to buy Lexington Street Property VI ill ON i i. iisi II III at i ii si i a i J. A.Beazlev FUNERrtL DIRECTOR 1!7 Olllce Over National Hank. Itesidence I'tione 3 OMice Phone I.ANCASTKI!. KY Public Auction 'the premises What Is prettier than the mushroom shapo for a little girl's hut? Not only can It ho easily made hy the unskilled ' mother, hut It will he assured a fci oiid nnd cicn n third season, for the i mushroom never goes out of style In I I Jmcnlle millinery. No mntler how clever you nro with' the needle. It Is alwats the licit plan to huy the shupi! In thu shop, then Cover It with the same material used for tho little girl's coat. To heglu covering cut a straight piece of goods wide, enough to cover both top and bottom of the brim nml Ions enough to go around tho lower and larger edge. Allow several Inches on bull dimensions. Pe'V tho ends together on tho wrong side, run white hiKtlug lino through the center (uu sill; thread If the materia! Is silk or cl vol I. then turn In the toil edzc on the wrong side and gather nltlt tiny Mltrhcx until you have made It tight enough to tit snugly around thu base of the crown. Sew It there after adjusting the gathers. The liaHIng line should I hi on the edge nil round, when you finish tho tinder Side of the brim, by turning In the rnw eilne ti ml sewing It well ll.i Into the crown, gathering If lie, ts,ar.. I Tho top of thu crown Is covered 'j. la circular piece of ibe good, no care !! ' of th' (tiil-- h. as It hidden. Next a bias piece ut In.il rl I I Is cut long enough In exactly lit tho sides of the crown its a band, after i lie slanting ends hnvu been joined This Is generally UnWied before be, lus sewed on the crown, ell her by Mllohliig or ording. If tho little pill's coat Is vcltct us- -' corduroy of the same shaiU". It ! more serviceable, and thu give appearnme of accordion plallin, the without Its perishability. Thu ame Idea can be carried out in sill; by maicrlal with a corded nunc. The trimming should be extremely simple. A sill; cord, with tassels, tied on one Mile, or mm of the new crocheted chain cords ending lu balls cov-erewith thu coat's material makes a good finish. .i.' Wanted You to jiet our free catalog on Fruitand ShadeTroes Shrubs. Grace Vines, Rhubarb. Asoarasjus, Roses, Dah- The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men nml Best by test livery pair rttinriinteeil Hns. Saturday, May 5th at 2:30 P.M. Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. Garden. Write for free Cntaloiiue. Strawberries, Everything for Orchard, l.uvn and No Afits G.C. COX, Manse, Ky' H.F.IIillenmeycr Lexington, IS 1 1. & Sons. 1916 W I Office -- OMIceHour.?,!", Doctors Of Dental Surgery. M. K. Denny and W. A. Murmra ltuiJ1lnjr.oi?i Hint X Aiidc on iir ii It Ufa-- Muir I.ANCASTKIt. SArETY-SERVIC- KKNTUCKY, This is the handsome, modern and well Improved .RESIALEX WALKER, and Wheete DENCE property lately occupied by situated almost opposite the Graded School on LexingtonjStreet, tin Lancaster, Ky, and is one of the grandest of city residence (property, lot, location, material of building, architecture consideF-!ed, Kentucky. SATISFACTION to be had. The big 3 combination when Insured in The D. A. Thomas. Agencv 5-1- Also 0 consisting of eight room dwelling; two halls; pantry and concrete basement; large bath andjtoHet; twostair-jway- s leading to upstairs rooms, large front porch and two side porches. 6 20 Year Farm 1st floor plan, consists of large front hall or reception room leading into large dining room, parlornd Loans. library rooms, either side and from the rear into back stairway nail, on to large kitchen, side porchand. pantry. 2nd floor, A bed rooms, hall nnd bath and toilet. This dwelling is equlped with large hot water heating plant newly, installed and cost over $1000; every rbom has built-i- n closets, also very handsome light fixtures all of which should be ssenjtojjbs i LOT 150 BY 210 Private 'Garage and Stable 11 1 1 1 The unilersiKneil hereby p'Ve warn-in- ); tu all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful Isst extent of tl' law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. K. L. Elkln Ed & N U Trice II. 0. Arnold. J. C. Uittsby. Mrs. C. I.. Fruzee John Tatum. T. It. Slavin. I!. I.. Arnold. It. I,. Ilarker. C. M. Moherly. II. M. Lear. S. C. Itiirsby. Sirus Daily. Julia I'arks We will add other names for L'ocents POSTED cash. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167, Pea-vin- e This Agreement Wltnesseth; That in order tu protect the came on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit an body else to do so. nnd we further nlee to ptusecute with dili- Hence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or tre9iuss upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car t.onvt'iueniiy situuied iinu to tno it'll m me iitrgi' ami U'ruie u'lrcien is siiumou me tumme im iu i itxai wuii cnn:rr.e mnri aim, inn- lly Cliester Peavine lllst by Itex 1A 'tiite??tf riMi.llr-- i h i'I IlirU In i 17 by lie McDonald. First dam ,,,,,l.iM. .Iriv.i tn btriit nml mi llu rent- i,f hit ii I In' l:mi uri viiti stnhliv tlll'i'i' St. ilk rrill .lllil ilrivo a'.iv Carter MID by I ted Kipilrrel KI with one t'M'cptioii which is of an twlorior nature ami of no ciiisccii:cncc Horn by lllack Scpilrrel. .r.tr.i i'.ivily !o:ate.l nMlilsncel'property This is n raro oinnr(uiiily for mhiil one to btruru at your prift tliu haiiilsomi', suhstantial don't nippon there is n belter owned and lately oct'tipifil hy ALKX WAl.KKK. bred horse in Kentucky than Kentucky At tin: same time ami place the Household ami Kitchen fur nil are in like nniiner will Ui disposed of.'for cash, llentlemiiii. He lias betn one of the most successful horses in the show rinc; that tliis rouuly has produced in ji urs. He Is Just the tight size for a saddle horse and his first colts which are four down and the ujU'ice J ur Isr, with iu'erjifrj.u 'Junel 1st." PossesThe purchaser of the really will he required In pay one-hayenrH old now are showii'i; thu saddle nicely. sion iliven at once. The chattels will he sold for cash iu hand. t;uits - The Auto has put (lie light driving Fjr furtlur n rtis liars call onjor address, l)fn't forget the dale and the hour. This u n h.inalida sale and will he held i i r i ii t horse out of business to n certain extent, but you don't huvo any troulils in selling a waddle horse, I am going to offer thu services of thin great horse at the extremely low price of JlTi to insuie, I urn giving you for iXTt what most men would charge $25 to $ 10 for. Do you appreciate it? If so send your best mures to the court of Kentucky tientlrman and let him get you a 1 rying out this agreement. each TERMS AND POSSESSION lf 1 1 THE THQMAS HEAL ESTATE A9EIMCY nice colt. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J. NEVIN CARTER Stanford, Ky. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. of us have the right to kill rabbits vn our ."nnns or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 11)15. J. H. Itobinson, It. L. Klkin. ' V. II. llrown. Jno. M. Fnrru. Alex Walker, W. II. Ilurtou. T. A. Klkin. Huselden Uros,, F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. (!, M. Deshon, .1. N. Koss. II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes Ilros, J. W, Sweenei, W. M. Mahan, Withers Ilros, WillUm. Marcus and Jim White, II. F. Wilmot, J. D. I'ope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, vY, Elmore, HulTman Ilros, T. C. Uankin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. IS. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, It. K. Henry. llright Herring. A. 1). Ilradshaw, Scott Hulfmnn It. L. Ilarker. ' Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. The Central Record, Thursday, May 3, 1917. COMBINED STALLION HIGH PRESTON $10. 6846 He SEASON OF The following stock wilt mnke the season McCreary and six miles of I.ai. caster. 1917 WILTONDALE Trotter: Mahogany Bay; at my stable, one mile Fast of Record 2:204; Trial 2:14. Half Mile Track. 15.3 Hands; Sire of Seventeen In The 39162. List. Hay Stallion IG hands, Mar, lett hind ankle white, fine stle find action. will make the seaoti of 1917 at my ham Bt Hackley, Kentucky, at Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr., Sire Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052, dam I'eavine S Will stand at ' TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. rglei"?, HIGH l'KF.STON C.S40 sired by Carroll I'reston, I3?:J. he by I'reston 922. by Washington 54. by Cromwell ".). liv Washington Denmark. Carroll 1'restun's 1st ilnm Haby Fence 7019. bv Knoch Anlen, 2nd dam l.ndy IVnce by Almont Forrest Sf'RJ, ,1td dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 22ihl, Ith dam Gray F.agle. HIGH I'liKSTON INKS 1st dam wns Queen F.agle. he by King he by Itojal King 2.."3, he by Ontime 715, he by Stonewall Jackson 7.'. ltoyal King's 1st dam Mnllie Mount 25SI. was by the noted sire C.ibhells Lexington. F. S. King Kngle's 1st dam Hip W.I. she bv F.agle llinl. he l Old Kuin Hagle 7.V), 2nd dam Ited I.ion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark 43. Ith dam by Jim Hell. HIGH I'ltKSTON IW40 2nd dam l.ady Hird, she ny Kagle llird 1011. 3rd dim Mollie Drennon the hy Old Diennud, llh dam Copper IluMom and runs Thoroughbred. Ui. bick to old Davy Crockett the same time nnd place will AIo at stand mv lit e .lack, ISired Klectloneer2:i:i (sire of loo.) Dam 'Mantua Maker", (dam of II). by IE si Wilkes (sire of !?.) he bv George Wilkes (sire of Nl). Imliviilllsl nnd I.. HII PMIIIIL I.. III! VI.. 111); lt':dIII till' f... ...tl.Ort Hi t.id i.iiit..rtir na mi tin He is absolutely in breeding has never before been ollered in tins section. sound, a fast race horse, a champion show horse, having been shown 27 times, Ills winning 2T blue ribbon i. He is ii grent breeder and n lire foal getter colts are good looking individuals with speed, style and dmahilit). lie will make the unison of li17 at mv stable, sn miles from Lancaster, three miles from llryantsville. near the Lexington pike on the U ut lane below the Fork ihtirch, at ..if..-:...111 I II I bv Adbell 2:2:1 (sire of Ml), be by Advertiser 2:K (sire of :Ui), he by $20. i to Insure a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Season is Paid. Star Route. Robert R. Fpx, Lancaster, Ky. C. At C. Morgan 4665 Living $7.00 to Insure a Horse Colt BLEUCHER KENTUKY'S CHAMPION 7- 46158. ROAD HORSE. and $8.00 for Mare Colt Itecord 2 ill J. Trial 2.1 IJ. Jack, with hinds high, coining seven jears old and has proven himself a good breeder. ('. .Moreno by John Mnrgsti. Jr . .T7i.", was sired bv John Morgan, he by Hnd is out of an Iiupjrted Jen net. John Morgan, Jr . out of Jennet by Jo Itlnchiiuin. he l) bj 2rd I'nnce. lie ly Imp i'rince 1st dam l)ai-- liy D'x . she Morgan is n black white points. 1,"J - e 1 5107 $25. for Jennet ul"7 has proven himseit to lie n go.id Jen.:et lark Winner of Komi Cliiss iiikI Hreeiliiig Class at Kctitiiik) I'Mth Sutr .ii. ,t 1'nir l!ll(! to Hrd 1 " bv Kickapou. 2nd dam Molhe Gray hy Lord Wellington. Dam lieeeher Jennet. A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not respoi sidle should any occur. prince, he Irvin DiNie !rd dam liv Importer CHIEF NAPOLEON will stand at $10. to Insure a Living Colt. Chief Vipuleon. ut Mrot.a lMI, K.r..r.l t:l" Mr, ..I Hlll Pur Kirr I Siflit "I o sL '' "7'j. !;. I . sisiyr tsn. vs. ( nri. hr.mk J !.. Unit tiMfti. Hllbrwi ( I CarttM m fcMin ursssi HOIK rt, tt.iihitlrln . H. VttetfsW't.M. .. 111m.1i liht :i jw,. ...In.. tnftf i ...r. i, I s,.,.i ,i. i. f 1 i, t FinisNapleon-at$800toInsure-, He is I.'J h.incis lugh. yellow witn wlute Miints. big bine nnd bisly and tire head and ears. As I am standing three good Jack this jear. I will give the farmers a cnance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee and am going to nt.ind J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ku. 6053.' I ut Lain fT't UteattM I'. ! ttlMi MM M l.lvr ... Cll WIK .mni I Hlt ISJ Wl HMMt t.ali. N. MT ut i '"' tM H.11. Hn4 r.ri.M il 1 M..ft.-i- Rrtmi t Ml nt lltll fix IHf I li !, str , . ise.. ,1,111 isi tMH,. VorW ISttfc., ' tUl.M .... ,,r a, M -- ,.v , k. , i i , , ..i H. .i,. . , . ,.1 .. I )nrr . H, Ham ..mi ,. . - ru llml f Jr.,,,. , ., KmMI. t'tmy M. Il..r. .M .. " t.uii rir t tl t si, , . , , i ROWLAND PEAVINE Chestnut Stallion, Konled May II. 1912. Sired by Hex I'eavine No. 179.", by Hex McDonald No. W. bj Uex DenmarkslO 1st dim Ilourboniste No 9217 (full sWter to Itourhon's liest) by Bourbon Chief U7G, bv Harrison Chief ltusi, by Clark Chief fc?. 2nd dam Judy Oliver 0W7, by Ked Cloud 211(7, by Indian Chief I7l!-- . 3rd dam by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam Daughter of Sim's ClaJk Chief 23". full; Rowland I'eavine is u rich chestnut, with star and snip; stands weighs 1100 pounds: live years old. As yo'i will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Kentucky has ever produced, and is one himseit. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Will make the 3eason of 1917 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at hiith of colt or when mare is parted with or bred 40 other stock. J. C. BAILEV, Stanford, Kv. !97l9. 2:10 sire of Hilly llurk 2.1J. Meadow UriM.k 2 (',J. arrine 2.0. f, Hetty Hnsik 2.091. Ktnma Hrool. 2 n!'. Lad Ilellbrook 2:10. Ilutter llrnok 2:10J. Silent llrigade (2) 2:Ii. Margaret llatligate (II 2:111. etc. Mred.lamof (hatty Direct (I) 2.07J. etc. His dam Jeim I !uj. No produced Ked be Clay 2:25 J. Hiid was gramlntn of I'rilr 2'2lj. Moko 21157, sire of Fereno 2:0,1 j (winner Kentucky Fuluntv.i llrtnda York to at the low price of CI) 2:0- -, (Futurity winnei) (5) 2:0IJ. Native Helle (21 2.07 iFiiturity winner) (II 2:tMJ (chnmpion .1 e.ir old lillv.) Msnrico CI) 2.071 (Futiirit) winner. I SiN I retain lien on all colts until season money Is paid. Mares trnnsft-rnor bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must Ik paid at once. Care taken to ver.Silk (I) 2:0-- j. Susie N. CI) 2:091. (Futurity winner.) Comoko 2.10. Mohel 2:10. Mochester2.IO. Mouusler 2:1 1, Slhko (.1) 2:11 (Futuniv winner) etc. prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. I'hone ;iiil-H- . Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting .ti.lli.in. ) it ill 2 09, Martha Tipton (t) l':U9. O'Neil (.'I) 2:l3j, etc. Ilrother to Humps Haron D. 2:10, etc, Hleiicher 1SI.. reconl 2.iiJ. trial mile 2:1 JJ. half in Hx'.. Iat Urter in 32 seconds, is a handsome iieal brown horse, nnd will weigh lli autuls. He Widow's stock bred at half price. Horses, Jackets and Jennets for ale greatly res. inb.es his goo--l ire Silent llrook and is out of Clayo, bv the great I Ullllll Fill' .llUftlf, Foreign demand hat taken over one million horses from tin. country, aril we may expect better prices for our horsei in the future. Our adv.cv to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to utallions of merit and pro n sires. Illeucher is just the type to produce the rolls that will sup- ply the demand. His colts have proven lin. with nice head mid neck and plenty of bone and conformation. This ureal Irott'iiLf Stallmn will tnuL.. il,.. .n..,n .,r mir ...i i. . ... , iii, sinuir ill Lancaster, Kentucky, at lln-i- k Silent hwby 2:0,. Beecher Morgan $5.00 Insure. WALKER BRADSHAW, McCreary. Kentucky. REX McD. 6597 Kef I'rnmarW I IU Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high CriKiir .Mire by lilnrlt Mart tiy OI. I V. ARTIST PEAVINE Will make the season of 1917 at my farm two miles on the new Danville pike at Mrliiin.M I If iiumt Mr uf (l.f Uft It $20.00 to in I.UCJ Mck Slw.... hur lnvu Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I West of Lancaster ((trill 1 jOrtU Ko.f IT'tt e will also stand this beautiful Sert-- l ) ( He., l. 31 ; . Ku.r Artist I'eavine is pronounced by competent juitges of combined horses, to li dim by Drennon. be one of the best individuals in Central Kentucky. $10. To Insure A Uiintj Coll. A careful persual of his pedigree should convince anvone that few horses It can be seen by the pedigree that this horse belongs to a family of in the state have a better one. I am prepared to champions, his sire. Hex McDnlald being the world's champion of champions. lake cute of mares On his dam's side he traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen ears. on grass at 10 cents a day. Lien ARTIST PEAVINE I have ever seen, splendid This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that on colts for scmre fee. by Kentucky Ieavine,2!-M- . he by Hex I'eavine 179t, 1st dam. Artie Itne. No. 11S93 bone, short liacK. His neck, head and ears are in the right place. HeiiNo has she by Kentucky's Artist, No. 1I.V, lie by Artist Montrose, No. 51, by Artist, the best shoulder motion and luck action of any horse tint I have ever had in Money due when mare is trailed or parted with Care t.ikeii to prevent , No. 75, by King William, No. I'fj. by Washington Denmark, No. 01. 2nd dam, my stable. I!KX McD. is show hor'e in h.irness ns well as under the saddle. You accidents hut not rrsiHinaihle should any oncur. King, he by On Tirre, by King Chester, by Chester Dare. Hrd dam by Silver He will Kentucky's Artist first can not make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. he by Stonewall Juckson. 4th dam, by Old Drennon. dam. was Julia Thomas, by I'at Thomus he by Sumpter's Denmark. 2nd dam make the sea&on daughter of Nero, No. t'3. 3rd dambv Old Copperbottom. Lien retained (ui colt until season is paid. Phone To Insure A Living Colt. At l 11 $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Uti Mailt 17 Aaftoii IV lining tun Mt iMihilli 4 !)frft1li ' ind Stallion for the season of 1917 my stable In Lancaster. K).. at at W. B. BURTON, $20.00 95. Lancaster, Ky. E. DUININ, LANCASTER, KV. ' I'UINCK AI.I1KIIT. one of the bejt CI.VDK.SDAl.K stallions in Kentucky will al.--o make the season at my barns at tile low price of f lll.liu to insure a living colt. This is the kind to breed to fur mule mares and farm horses. I NoUce! 4-11- Pcullry lluiscrs -44 will :ilso atand my trotting stallion JACKO TELL 62408 ROGERS DENMARK 410 CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roud, Canker,. ;u,.T:;,;rr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Ma. K.w Dtr.M. D.iJimn, Kr.. "I lw nti R'cijj' la )iiii.oJtlliiu'..ln potilti iuaJ. Ilcurl;ipnjl,'nlfw.k viI'mmiiImI. Ml-H Registered in Vol. 21, Rule 1. By Ramey Denmark Jrappnl din.nlh.lnHd cm'l ctiulro Inillib.ilcvcnuv. llav.v.i umI, KI3. tail Guaranteed ty J. Uobu Crime. Ecrdstwi, Ky. Price J3c et :!I DruJJiJH. U He n '.:lCr.o,l,r,l.lii. Ky ,urucluc1iinu.ai.y. "0i il. lull lSoinia4l.lM:v,. lti tPNmljr 4.11.4 tOLO uv R. E. McROBERTS. Lancaster, Ky He by lliwiilet 11:'. by by Cromwell "3 by Washington Denmark f.l. lie his never hail any truck work, but has a wonderful trotting speed lingers Denmark. 1st dun Miss Ogden by Drenimn Denmark. and is a promising trotting eolt. He is four yean old, mahogany bay, 15.2 2nd dam Miss Wallace, by flutter Diinnaik. by lluriiil. t ll;t. hands high, tine head and neck, good legs, good stjlo and action ami his breed-- 1 He is nine jears old. dark baj wilh while t.ir. 15 J hands, showing all the ing cannot be "Xctlled us )ou will see b'dow. JACKO TKIX, sired 1j Kldie Tell Ml'9, trial 2:lHJ; ho by Axtell MM, gaits under saddle. He is Jiisl iih giHHj indmdil.il as Ii.h Hiigree would indicate 2:12 record; he by William I,. 1211; by (ieore Wilkes, 519; he by llumhletou-- 1 and has proved u good sire, bis rolls ha.ing good uetion, lU of Hle and e,isl ian 1(1. controled. Tins horse will innko Hie se.is in uf 1917 at the farm of 11 K. (.'on-oi- l D.iin June Jell 11770; by Hilly llr.iss; hy Allandorf 7102, record 2:1'JJ; lie White Lick. 2J miles toulli west of I'uuit I.ick. nt by Onward 2:2'i; by (ieorge Wilkes 2:225. Second dnin (iruco by Jacl.ii 501?; lit) by l,iinyinedu 2lh5;by l'rilicepes 5.'ilJ, Third dam Maud by Dillingham 5li:!9;by Volunteer Star ICl I, Fourth dam hy Shakespeare. Fifth dam by Sweet Owen. Sixth duin by Drennon. At same lime mid place will stum mv plrl(hi four enr old Jack at He will be limited to a few to $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. TO mares $15.00 MAJOR C. JR. Insure. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ofllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Ileautiful Shetland, II inches high and u perfect model. He is by Major C. and out of an Imported Shetland, lie will atand ut $0. to insure u living coll. At tl.o same tiino and place will also stand JOHN GRAY, AT S8.00 INSURE A LIVING COLT TWO EXTRA GOOD JACKS AT 510 TO INSURE LIVING Kentucky. Mures will Le kept on grass at reasoiikblii rates and every euro prevent accidents, hut will nut bu responsible should any occur. All this stock will make the present season ut my farm near Paint I.ick, Dam bv llourbou Chief, Care taken to prevent accidents but not respon.a.lu Lien retained on roll ut, Heason is pud Seas,,,, due wl taken to Hiiolher horse or juck. JOHN CUAV is ii gr,iy Jack. 15 IniiuN high, good bono mid eur and one or Ihe best Jacks in Ihu iieiglil.orho.nl. Do is rovailv bred being l,v Long In,,,, , ,'v Wm. Tod."- - big Jack, hu by Marmaduko Ist l).i. by Ititlv llieckl Ige. ho by lio.iiho.i Chief. 2nd COLT , i, i,y ,.. is hud occur to N. Phone W. ROGERS. Pi ist lick Exchange. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Paint Lick, Kentucky. HI. 3P oisr jnt. Route No. 3. n The ;e i il Record, Thursday, May 3, 1917. AIT. II HURON Tu 'iici ruiiM li ivi been greatly enjoyed lif Uniem On unclrtV h Tl iKxiti Mercer J I., Crnwftinl, II I., Tnmpaiiii and V. I.. fjruw were ordaliinl dencona, In April I'ev. On Hi" fourth S?ii".d J. W iIhIiih preMitil Ida laat H'lniiin aa pastor of H church. Mr. Klizt.li.-ll- i OiHlntt and Mis S.illie lUlser of l."lll-- t drove il pari nt lust Aeer Willi fnrnda In this li)C:lll . snt Ml J Time Mercilois Father Time rr.owa do.', n Kcintily painted buildings. Hia scythe cuis deep into un- 6M rr Anetion Sale ON PREMISES jer Mn Anllii.r I'ri slor in.il little ilHlliibt- who rr liiri"! fr. in n btiegv '""t Vuefilt) Kiel ImiIih, lnuiard lire lining nicely now. He had ben u faithful piisinr lor fix yeata und the chinch and Su i y ut.der School hd grown .ml Ilia protected boards. He slashes constantly, day nnd night, o!l "year round. He wins. Tho buildings lose. (Paint which will blunt thu edge of Time's cytlic, und be nn nrmor protection for the Ifeuililings, Is Dutch Boy White-Len- d thinned Itvith linseed oil and tinted any color desired. White-Lead This natnt la albwralhtrpioof ftool against btlstar- inj; sun, dtanchina; lain. plrclng wind, snow am slatt. II will ailJ long HI anu wauiy 10 your Buildings, aim ncithtr clack nor seal. Come to ua for paint malriiala of Ilia tailing kind aod (or gooj ajvlcj on palatini;, fur jwb Ui or UlUa. C. C. &. Dutch Boy Phoenix ' piialurayu Saturday, at 2:30 p. ' May 19th, '17 j ilnine JennlnMS Mr. ami Mr. were I lie curate of lh il dMUchli'r Mrs. Isnac MiintKomery in Jessamine Stilur day an I Sunday. m. in Lancaster, Ky., of .J. E. Stormes. Thii la the time for every citizen to upirt the Unilrd States Government, and miinv are doing so at considerable cot or sacrifice to themselves. We hnve joined the Federal Iteaerve Hanking Syatcm established by the Government tu give greater financikl stability nnd strength to the member banks and protection tu their depokilort. You can give your upurt to this great Government enterprise and alao obtain it protection for your money by becommlng one uf our depositor. Supporting the Government White, Yellow ii'hI Silire seed corn, Iteld'a Yellow dent sh,i Corn nil can-- I full. elected and hinhiat. Hudson, II ii hc and Far au. f Danville ptenched Dr. Kbcrhart the ordation aermon The ehmcl r r preenlu I were D.invii'e, ll'ick.ie and ltcv ,mliili Folks. Alter li e 'a'kul for a collectioi. In le n.i xnd foreign iniaaIoii" ami $W wa- - niveii. ' Miaajrn o It.'Kera of l II ill UiO I has liei n vi'iiniK r .r- ln-n-iV PARKER GREGORY'S Beautiful Richmond St, Residence This property consists of a two story frame rebuilt and enlarged nine room dwelling, electric lighted, new bath and toilet, all necessary out buildings, including private Garage and stable, lot 123 foot front ,and over iOO feet deep with splendid garden. Tlie property is in convenient wjilkinjj diilnnce from Public Squure, has bemitiful frontnijc, lnr(!e luivn.blmilc trees, buildings nru substantial .nnd in splendid condition. Should be setn to be uppreciuied. Owner leaving Stnte IVssei'sicn t!i (!ro thrf pat wek wn Cfl ..1 'hi.tne of I..T faiher Monday by the HintMr. Joieph linger, who wl I ui'ileru'i an niieratlon at thd Duiiville lionpital thla week ,i I ce Citizens National Bank i OK I.ANCASTKIt. KY. Many Varlctiet of Maths. Ther are lnanv uirtetle of mot In rittit ntm- - lire r.illml HH'Ill Inlllir I'fliiae of tie' iluvijr I'jMimninee of their 'IIh1 term itli miller il'"-- " not h J. J. WALK Kit, Vice Treat. It. P. 1ILDS0N. I'reaident. J"K J. WaI.KKH, Jit.. Ilm.k Keeper. W. O. I'.IUNKY, Aaa't Caah'r W. K. CHAMP. Laihier. I'nltHt. leu' " mn t"n- uti.r tnih They Tli" nrillnnry 'Ijr foiilit with tnrli-ty. o o o o o o en nt once if desired. Terms reasonable and mode known on day of tale. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. o 0 Q Treafmc-ITr- At the same time and place a disposition of the house furniture will te sold at auction. Those desirim! to inspect the property can call on the undersigned or at the residence Fair List SSSjSSs&Tr Fair i i. 1 G Q O THE Thomas Real Estate Agency. Lancaster, Kentucky. Capt Am Bourne, The 19. Message1 to Ford fa) . r . ialalaV u JK a.J'JSi"..-- Auctioneer. HONEY-MAKIN- G Car Owners jour r OPPORTUNITY GILPIN-EUREKA Where Coast Gains Upon Sea. The I'o. In Ninth Italy. Is S00 miles In leliKth. The !epilts nt its mouth lime caused the co:it tn pain upon tln sea so mplilly Hint n point which In the time of Augustus was n neaport town Is now IS miles from tlu? unnou-nci'inen- Diplomatic Burglar. GOODRICH BLACK SAFETY TREAD TIRES M ' 8 ERE is the Big News of the Year for the owners of Ford Opportunity never knocked harder at t. door than it i doing to day The puiKtess of the world m wur or peace depends upon the mineral producing industry. Without told, silver, copper, lead and zinc, where. Would the world be today? If you want to make money, safely aml'.iicklr. select good, established, ininiral producing company. I'urchase nunc of its atock at the initial offering price Put One Hundred dollars or more in it: Salt the stock away and await tho iiHorestlin: an J profitable developments our Ailh an opportunity to double 11 "What have you to say for yourself?" usked the Indignant householder, carefully covering the burglar with Ids revolver. "After thoughtfully considering the situation In Its several u aspects," wild the burglar, "I nm Inclined towards a policy of Picking Them Out. The Alderman "I'd like to have Miss O'liowd appointed on the committee to Inspect the outskirts of the Tho Mayoress "Not city." that frump. What dues she know about styles? I'm going to appoint Mine. I.'i Mode, the best authority on skirts of nil kinds there Is In the city." New York levelling It. 3 ri Cost little More These l.imUonM1, titrvky nuui:LuxL roro 1 1 375(31x30 ,! IO.CU The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company, having centered its 48 years' experience and knowledge directly on the problem of mauir.j the best tire for the lord Auto' mabih, ha3 brought forth a tire that fulfills the epecial needs of the Ford Automobile, and doubles Us virtues. It is the tire for which Ford drivers have been wait-IngFord car tire of HEROIC SIZE: ' money. Mines Co. is sell The Uilpin-Kure- k ing a limited amount of its Treasury Stock at the special price of fifty cents -a GOODRICH al "Three-Seventy-Fiv- e" 9 and Supcvstrcngth lifts the Ford car to the This husky tire of Suer-sh- e sum-totof perfection. k by 3)4 inch Generous in rubber and fabric, it is a tire, built with the regular five finger Black batety i read Vt, r tu TU, Sljn 0U.lrh 11m r lchrj ta fit rims on a Ford car. That extra inch on tho circumference nnd 31-in- ch 30-in- ch Ri jW ! 5 n inch in tho full cro just what tho Ford car tire needed. Treat your car to longer life and yourcclf to more enjoyment of the car by asking your dealer for the Ford Car Tire of HEROICSIZE: Goodrich's tlirce-qunrtcr cross-sectio- Tho B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio Adt taw CNki M llua Best in the Lonf? Run. Swears XTAN kathcr-comfortaWc-drwsy-wakr.pwof The GOODRICH. for shoes fibre sole Terrible Suffering From Keaoaxhc, Try It on Your Pronouncer. Sidcacic, Backache, and Weak-- I Where Is Lake Mauchaugogchargogu. gogcliebungaguiigeinoiig?" asks some ness, Relieved by Cardui, The anone of tho Ilostou (Hobo. Says This Texai Lady. swer given. Is: Tho lake with the long name Is located in Webster. The Mrs. Mlanlo Phil Gonttlcs, Tex. mime Is said to have been orlgluully Cliargoggngogg-Muuch- . pot, of this place, vrrltcE: "Five years Senator A. K. Stricklett of Kentucky Ihree names, the present i2o I was taken tvIIIi n rain In my U pivsident of tliecompauy. HUillKSTj name being tho three merged Into one left side. It v.ai right trader rcy IIANKINU and OTHER pronounced und left rib. It would commence with an KS. A limited amount only is for sale ncblns anil extend up Into my left at tho spchl price of fifty cents per cUculder and on down Into my ixiclc. share; cm ba fmrchijed on installment Real Economy. By that tlmo tho pa'a v. .mid bo ro p lYinents.'oiie fourth down, balance In A good wife winoinlzes In every way tcTcro I would hnve to t.d.o to bed, monthly payments. Act today or pay 3 she can In the effort to old her hus- nud suffered usually fcbout thrco days Send In your sub- a higher iiuoihIi.iii. band In his sometimes discouraging v.av fcr thrco year?, ripllon ut fifty cents per hare for struggle to lay by u little something ...I suffered thla gat to bo n mero skeleton and wns any number of sliar. s desired or wrlle for il inlny day, mill we know one andweak I coald hardlv stand nlona ro today for free Illustrated folder miu hx- - whose entire order nt ii grocery jester-da- Was not abla to go asywbero and had coiisUteil of ii nickel's worth of to let my bousa work go. ..I suffered p rt Mining Engineer Report, just cimpleted by tho well knowu.(flrm of leuioii'.. cashing ti - check and steal- awful with a pain In my back and I ing ti plekl". Columbus (O.) Journal. had tho bcadacho alt tho time. I Just .bell & Simpson. was unable to do n thlug. .My Ufa was a misery, my ctomach got In an INFORMATION BLANK Folly of awful condition, caused from taking GEORGE V. 1'LATT. Treaaurer It Is sheer folly for any worker to io much tucdlcluD. I suffered so much palu. I bad Just about n'ven up all National Usuk llldg. be carried uwny with the ideu of 501 Mi Cood men nnd great lueu bones ot our gcttlns cnythlnc to help Covington, Ky, me. dlii mid their pluces are Illicit by others Ono day a IHrthfisy Almanac Without obligstlon on my part, vend who seem to do imlte us well. It Is thrown In my yard. Aftir reading miOJIU'lN-EUUEKIllustrated fold- - true that ull employers dread chuiiges Its tuctlmonlals I decided to try Carer and copy ot .Mining r.nnineei uepuri. unless forced to make them they dui, and am so thankful that I did, dread the period of probation when for I brzan to Inipiovo when on the taking ou new workers. So good work- second bottle... I am now a welt Name , tho euro ers are reasonably sate and the em- woman and feeling flno and bai been baa been permanent for It ployers who appreciate them ure rea- two years since my awful bad health. S treat AdJress sonably sure of a continuance of I will always praise and recommend Exchange. K 78 Cardui.' Try Cardui tcday. City and State, cold, silver, cupper, lead and zinc prop erty at Central City. Colo.. W miles is down from Denver. The inain-ahaf- t ti'JJ foot below the surface in rich ore bodies, indexing with depth, Adjoin-- j lug mine is working 1S00 ft. below.'sur- face and has produced $10,000,003. iiiggiigogg-AguiisimmiI y Ssatis-factlo- per share (par value $1 per share) for tnu purpose of duubling its prcsentout- put an for other expansion, llietiilpin-ICurek- a it an established and producing Irony and Sarcasm. Irony may lie either gentle or cut ting. Sntvii"iii. hnnever. is nlwii.xs bit tor or tntmtiiir. It may or may not be Ironical jit the kuiiic time. Satire. Is usually uppllcil to ti more or less formal holding up of the follies or vices of society. II Is always prevailed by tho satirist's sense of the ridiculous. It often makes use of both sarcasm und Irony, In houses, mill Meep on beds, und walk on pavements, ami buy their food finiii btuchers nnd bakers and grocers, lire m i tin- - most blessed Inhabitants of this wiile and various mirth. The circumstances of their existence are too matliomallcal nut! secure for contentment. They live ut second or third liauil. Tin are boarders In the world. Kverj tiling N done for them by somebody c'mv ilenry Vim Dyke. Dorder3 in the World. The people who always live COULD HARDLY S The Central Record, Thursday, May 3, 1917. - The Central Record INCORPORATED. tisuKD Weekly. $1.00 a yeah. for lawlessness, dlshoncrnnd barbarism. ELKIN. Local Editor rind Mtfr, It Is a natural alliance; ,God grant it may never be severed. latere 4 t the I'oit Olflrc In tsncsiter, Kf. at BMnudcUii Slll Matter. It is proposed that the Government of the United States send a commission Member Kentucky Press Associatlun to Kussia, ns an evidence of ourtricml-shi- n and and of our sympathy with the efEighth District Publishers League. forts of the Russians to establish n democratic government, nnd as well to Lancaster, Ky., May 3, 1917 give counsel and assistance to the Provisional Government, should they be needed. Naturally, inevitably. It is sugRotes For Political Announcements gested that Mr. KI.IUU ROOT, our For Precinct and Citv Olfi:cs ...S 5.0? luiemott statesman, should be the bend ld.00 of tlie Commission. i'or County Offices tor State and District Offices. . . IS. 00 10 r'or Calls, per line CROUCHORN. .10 For Cards, per line Returning from Akron Ohio, where For all publications in the inter- he had been at work for several months est of individuals or expresSir. Oscar Crouchorn, aged twenty sion of Individual views, per .10 years, developed it fatal case of pneuline .Q3 monia and he passed away at the homo Obituaries, per line of Mrs. John Yater, on the Iluckcve We are authorized to announce the pike last week. Only a few months following candidates, subject to the ago an older brother met a tragic death action of the Democratic Primary, in an elevator in Detroit Mich., and the death of another son is u sad blow August 1917. who survives. to the devoted-motheCounty School Superintendent. After appropriate services at the grave the interment took place in the MISS JENNIE IIIGGINS. Lancaster cemetery , .J. R. ROBINSON. Editor. and brave ns well as generous, and for her no honor Is too great that America can pay, but let us also honor England. Today we find Trance, (treat Urltian, and the United States arrayed as n solid front against the hordes that stand HENRY P. RHINOCK TO TRY HEMP IN MISSISSIPPI of this city left Tuesday morning for Aberdeen Miss , for ii stay of several weeks. Mr. I.evi goes to prepare about ten acres Is of ground near this city, for hemp' Brother of which he will sow before returning to. Idle raising hemp s jet Kentucky. Back In Good Shape, an experiment In this state. It is said that stalks of hemp sixteen feet high have vohintnrially come up in this sec-- j WAS ONCE ALL RUN DOWN tion of the state, Mr. Lewis feels that the experiment Is well worth the trial. Mr. anil Aln. Chester Is known to CHAUTAUQUA HERE Covington1 and thioiiahoiit 11 l n brother of Jowph Jjne 20th to 25th. With Fine Program, l!liliiin.'k, former roiiRrriiiiiii fmm the Sixth district f Kentucky nnd at one The Lancaster Chautauqua wil, hold' time major of Covington. Henry forth here oivthe above named dates r.hlnock, who lives In CotlnBtnti, Ky., wilh what promises to bo one of the Is one of many prominent men Hint have come out publicly nnd Indorsed best programs ever put out under the fivu day circuit. The programs will be Tatilac. "I was trotili'cd with m.v stomach," published from time to timend In the he said, "and gas formed uYlor rating. meantime those who have not provided I couldn't, mi-H- i In get a good night's themselves with season tickets, should rest. When I did go to- Ui I would hasten to do so and save about two lie nwnke for n long time. dollars on tli" investment. tlnni-sand- PRAISES TANLAG R.L NOTICE TO Alston ference. e Owners, Henry 1. Khlnoi'k In s j the slate. Sprintj lime is here buy your new set of Automobile Tires from us. We handle none but the best nnd we will save you the difWc sell the following tires: FISK, FIRESTONE, GOODRICH, RACINE GOODYEAR, AND . KELLY SPRINGFIELD, THE UNITED r County Court Clerk, j. o. uogie! JEPTHA ONSTOTT. OWENS. J. W. A. DOTY. BRUCE L.AWSON. Assessor. E. B. RAY. Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 1SON. County Attorn:y. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, lSlh Senatorial District. " Hon. h. clay kauffman. jay w. harlan. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. J. A. BEAZLEY. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. We are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the action of the Republican Primary, August, 1917. After an illness of several years, death relieved the suffering of Mrs. Ed Owens. The end came while m the hospital a t Lexington last Monday night. She was a devout member of the Christian church at Scotls Fork, in this county where she had lived all her life. The funeral services were conducted by Rev, F. M. Tinder at the grave in the Lancaster cemetery last Tuesday, where the interment took place. Be side her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Robt. Clark, of Tanlac is being introduced in l.an- this county. Her next nearest rela tives, being two sisters, Mrs. Doia , caster at R. E. Mcltoberts, Wheeler and Mrs. James Prather. Tanlac may be obtained in thenearby I cities. Taint Li:k, J. N. Metcalf ; liry-- . COMMITTEES NAMED antsville, Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Berea, For Patriotic Service Throughout County. ' S. E. Welch; Stanford, I'ennv'a Drug Junction City, Reynolds and The result of the various patriotic Store; meetings held during the last week Evans; Richmond. H. L. Terry & Son; throughout. the entire county have re- -' Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgm, G. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells. suited in the establishing of some im- iT. portant committees that will be of un- Lancaster. R. E. Mcltoberts. and W. C (Adv) Silver Creek. told help during.our present war, to West. preservation of our resources ward the over the, county. These different com- - Jipip Mbnipll CTIinPWT? mittees were announced at the meeting ' UftUL IILlJltrlL OlUl'LlU J at the Court House Monday night and are us follows; CONTINUE STUDIES. when sms fin mod before in) eye. TbN In Itvlf wn bad eiiouli, but the dull feeling I had mewt of the time was worse. Little, unimportant things Irritated me and I thought I would liae to drop my dti-ness for nwhlle, but nlMHit that time some one niilnmiended Tatilae to me. "As soon ns I started taking Timlac I noticed my npetlte got tatter. IVhhI that I didn't dare louch tafnrc now to no- - mid I digest It withtastes out any trouble at all. "1 go to Usl and sleep soundly now, Mnituht through till morning. Thar tired, druggy feeling l gone too." If you don't reel right get Tanlai today. Sour stomach, wlilcli nmo bloating mid belching, dizzy spells, headaches. lptpltvwmM. bad breath, bad taste In the mouth mid that general tlrrd, run down fisMIng ale all signs that nature I Is help to put your system luck In shape. svll, "Dliriug the day I had falntlnu STATES. L. H. S. MAKES i SPLENDID SHOW The High School boys entered in the at D.mville, Friday made a splendid rhowing. this being the first time Lancaster High has sent representatives to u track meet. The following bojr, who desore tho most creditjatid encouragement of patrons of Lancaster High entered in the following athletics: Dean Zanone, Running lOUjyd. difli high jump Robt Ross. J mile run Hudson Frisbic, Pol? vault Robt track-meed, Sec us before it is too late. BECKER ' I. PHONE 27. t n BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE. Kv. I Noland. Urd 220 yd. das- h- James Tinder. 110 yd. dash Bowman Grant. One mile run al Cook. Lexington, Considering Somerset. Dayton and Newport High Schools being soiqe of the entries, we UK) hurdle-Robt yd. Greater nntl Hotter Siimluy Schools for "Go-To-Sunday-School (irentcr nnd Hetter Krntticky Day" for all Kentucky is think this worthy institution "of learning that we have here, was well CARE OF THE . MA Y 6th, 1917 One Million People will attend! Come, let us go to Sunday School! KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASS0C1A1 ION CHILD'S TEETH. (M. S. Hatfield. I). D. S.) I I The child's teeth ahould receive most careful attention, since the permanent teeth and adjacent tissues depend to a large degree on the temporary teeth. the And at no time during tlje life individual is perfect mastication of more importance than during early childhood. For Assessor EUGENE HERKELE is true we owo a dsbt of gratitude to France that can never be repaid and admits only of grateful acknowledgment. But do we not owe a great debt to Britain? Is it rot her matchless, magnificent lleet which wc must thank for our safety in the last few years, und in a very great measure, for whatever of security we enjoy today? But for Great Britain's fleet holding the mad dog of Trussia in check. 1 wonder how long it would have been before the aforesaid maddog would have steered his warships for our Bhores, inspired with the hope of duplicating hero the hideous violations he has heuped upon bleeding It but courageous and unconquerable France. Who knows but lie migat have met with a greater measure of success in his clandestine dealings with the head of and our neighbor Government across the Rio Grande. And it 13 a fact to be borne in mind that France today probably owes her ex!tance to Great Britain, Courageous and indomitable as France lias been, it was Btitlan who went tu her uij and the aid of the Belgians when Germany threw honor to the winds and essayed to trample justice into the mire. Nor was Biitian tardy in rising to her duty, although it has cost her thousands of precious lives and ull but drained her treasury. After all, Great Haitian is our mother country. It Is true up bore arms analtikt her In 177C, when Lafayette, Kochambeou, De Kalb, Du Grasse, and other leaders of the men of Franco helped us to' win our independence, despite the fact that Germany threw In her hirelings and Mercenaries, the Hessians and Brunswickcis, for good measure against us. En passant, it sbould be remembered that two Frenchmen, St. Germain and lleaumarchais, persuaded Steuben to come to drill and do- cipline our Colonial troops and also financed his expedition. It Is true also that prior totlie Revolution, Franco and Great Britlan gave the lifeblood of each na tion for possession across the Canadian border; it is just as true that the civil war found brother against brother In struggle to the death. All honor to France: She in glorious temp-.rment- al i Committee on Conservation of Food-SluifW. II. Rogers, Lancaster, Chairman, Council Of Rational Defense Sends Oat J C. Williams. Bryantsville, W. E. Appeal-Notices Posted At UniverMoss, Lancaster. W. 11. Denny, Hyatts-vill- e, Chas. M. Dean, Camp Dick Robsity Oi Louisville. inson, W. W. West. White Lick. S. A. Hill, McCiearv, Thomas T. King, j Dr. John L. Patterson, dean of the Lowell. Geo. II. Todd, Taint Lick, Universit of Louisville, academic Ledford, Manse, Hiram Ray, partment, recently received a request Buckeye. L. II. Ruble. Bueim Vista, from the Council of National DefeiHe G. A. Bowling. Marcellus. S. R. Foley, that he appeal to the premrdical Marian Johnson, West Point, jenta in the institution to continue their Woods Walker. Harnmack, W. S. Em-- 1 studies mid not enlist in the lino or bry. Lancaster, Geo. D. Robinson, sanitary organizations of the military oiamoru pine. Brm it wns pointed out that thU is ' Committee On PrCSJrvatioa ol Foad-Sluff- j. essential to Injure u constant supply of Mrs. R. E. Mcltoberts, Lancaster, medical olllcers for the army and navy Chairman. Mrs, Robt. J.. Walker. Paint 9houl(1 tho war 'a3t several years. A similar letter wm received by Dr. Lick, Mrs. J. C. Williams. Bryantsville, Mrs. Price Bourne, Herrings' School, Henery Enos Turley, dean of the uni-Mr- s. The A. C. Miles, Buckeye. Mrs. C. H. versitv's medical depnitment. Harnett, Hyattsville. Mrs. Lemuel students in the academic departmmt, Teater. Lawson's School. Mrs. T. R. merely preparing for entrance in the Slavin, Point Leavell, Mrs.W. M. KIJ-- 1 modlcal school, are thus urged to Manse, Mrs. Geo. L. Robinson. frai, from joining as active fighting us Stanford pike. Mrs. Emma E. Daniel. well as those hearing their graduation phyeicluns. The letters were signed Crab Orchard pike. Miss Mary E. Lear, Lowell, Mrs. Hoyden Leavell, Lancas- -' V Or. Franklin, member of the Advls-te- r, Mrs. Thomas Ray, Sycamore, Mr. orV Commission, and F. F. Simpson, chief of the medical aectior. both of Joe Hamiton, Buena Vista. ,... . !the Council of National Defence. lied U0SS lommiliee j Accompanying tlw letters were the Miss Helen Gill, Lancaster, Chairman, following notices, which tho deans Sue Shelby Mason, Lancaster, sted at each of tho rchools. "Notice Miss Elizabetli Bryant, Bryantsville, to Medical and Premedicjil Students: Miss Ethel E3tridge, Paint Lick, Miss "In the present national criils u con-AllYantis, Iluckeye-pike- , Mitr Flossie tinuons supply of adequately t ruined Tribble, Hyatsville, Miss Mary Barr, medical officers is absolutely essential Stony Point, Peachy Mae Sanders, Coy, for tho maintenance of armed forces in Mrs. J. E. Edwards, Buckeye, Mrs. the field. It would be folly for the Walter Center, Point Leavell, Mrs. i country to prepare for Hie immediate Prewitt Thorn ibon, Crub Orchard pike, emergency alone we must face tho f ti iUnB Committee on Dium and Trumpet Corps It I ilistrdfnni tin UMlrinllf illltv nf W. A. Farnau. Chairma,,. Prof. 1'. ttM lujenU intending to study Almost all inothets see to it tlut their children's faces and hands are washed regularly. Are the teeth given Which is the the same attention? more imjiortant? A few rules that are easily observed; See that the child is given solid food as No organ soon as the teeth appear. remains in a clean, healthy condition unless it is exercised. The teeth and gums should be washed and massaged at least once u. day, witli a soft clctn moistened in tepid Mater, in which has been dissolved a little soda. Pass a dental floss around each tooth once a day. Avoid extremes of temperature, such as liQt chocolate followed by ice water. Candies should be given very spar ingly, if ut all. Ask your dentist to explain in detail the seasons for the above rules. I am suro he will take pleasure in doing to, and without any cost to vou. All pro- gressive, conscientious dtntista are Interested in better teeth, und the surest way to accomplish this is to educate tin public in care of tho teeth. And the best time to begin is in edrlv childhood when habits are more easily formed. " OMETEWOIKl Let Me Flriure With You On Your J.-1 & v f Op. - r ounaauons, r 11 I ravemcnis, uuuers, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. PRICKS REASONABLE T . t 0 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. LANCASTER, Ky. Telephone 192. 8 COMFORTS FOR NAVEL MEN Socks, Mufllers, Navy League to Furnish and Caps lor Sea Duty. i""'ity wr fr vw. cLnnohnFarra1.0"' W' , their until Loramiltec on liospital ana sanitation trained services. I "Medical schools are in a sense 'mu- fjorps. to produce Dr. J. M. Acton. Lancaster. Chair-- , niti," wo"'1 0,n"rs for, ,'1B meil man. Dr. J. B. Kinnalrd. Lancaster. tralm'd A1 mt',dicul 'ut. Dr. V. G. Kir.nalrd, Lancaster. Dr. J. u,ld nttV'- - . of national tllB, A. Anion, Lancaster. Dr. J. S. Gilbert. Lancaster. Dr. W. M. Elliott- - Lan. sa eiy co nimue vneir worK unui grauu caster, Dr. J. E. Edwards, Buckeye, Bl,on With the exception of such men Dr. (J. M. Hendren. Buckeye, Dr. W. as the navy can utilize, all graduates U Carman, Paint Lick. Dr. Ii. C. Rose. arc urged to secure u hospital training Bryantsville, Dr. B. B. Montgomery, which tho Surgeons General of the Bryantsville, Dr. Wm. Johnson, col,, army and navy consider essential for their arms of the service. Lancaster. "Committee on Medical Schools." On Destil Corps. Committee Courier Journal. Dr. M. K. Denny, Lancaster, Dr. W. Quality and Service Is our Motto. White, Yellow and Silage seed corn. A. Wheeler, Lancaster, Dr. M. S. Hudson. All Monev back If not satisfied. Lancaster, II. F. Walter, Lan- Iteid'a Yellow Dent Seed corn. Hughes & Farnau, dealers In high caster, Dr. T. J. Hood, Lancaster, Dr. carefully selected and highest test. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau- grade field seeds, ate. II. J. Patrick, Paint Lick. , cow , remain instruction .ndne country can underitself of avail the 'e'0. iwst The Navy League of the United Stat es, loliowing coniercnco ueivcru officers of the Navy Department, and officials of tho league, has undertaking to furnish needed articles of clothing. equipment, comfort, and liospital iuji- plies for the naval service and which at alio present time are rot furnished by the Government? The Navy I,eague has approved a plan by which the people cf each State in tho Union will provide the needed com f oi t a for every man on board the battleship or cruiser named fur their own State as well as for other vessels named for cities in their State. Thus, for instance, Kentucky will be called upon to look after the men upon the battleship Kentucky. Article! specially desired are long woolen socks, woolen mufllers and hood ed caps, fitted with "goggle eyes," sleeveless jackets, and wristlets. Havo you ever noticed how some housta always havo a way of lookinR better and more attractive than any of tho others near them? Analyzo this difference, and many times you will find it is duo to tho fact that theso houses aro always kept well painted, and in harmonious colors. Upon further inquiry you will also find In a majority of the cases that tho paint used is ' Hanna's Green Seal Sold By list-fiel- d, CONN BROTHERS. The Central Record, Thursday, May 3, 1917. night at thJ I'rincoss In lienor of her sister. Miss Stella, who Is here on a I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMK. j visit. After the show refreshments Mrs. (livens Terrlll and son, Kice, will he nerved at KahoM's. Ahout 25 were fn Lexington for a visit this week vere invited. WIltE FENCE Making a special Mm. Frailer Hurt and Frailer Jr. .Misses Florence Johnson and Kdnn Conn ilros. visited Mrs. It. II. liaison lait Sunday. lierkcle will have tho leading parts In price. Save you money. Mr. Mid Mrs. James Anderson of "The Mogic I'iper", which will I e FOK SALE; Ono pair year old horse for mules, eight nice stock hogs. Knnsns, are visiting Mis. Sue Anderson presented at Western College Women, Oxfonl, Ohio, on Tree Dai, U. II. Swinehroad. and family. Wednesday, May 1C, hy students soled-ef- l i.OST;-Go- ld Miss Jane Ternll who Is teaching in from the whtile school. "The Mngic watch. Initials "J. II. Flojd county Is her for a short visit to I'iper" with dances and music has liei n J." Reward to finder. Apply thii A 26 21. her parents. arranged hy Miss Grace Latimer Jon t ojllce. of the Columttvi School for CJiris fro. Single Comb Hrnwn Leghorn. Eggs, .Little Miss Stella Price Herron, is the 'Tied I'iper" hy Hobert IB for "T cents. 100 for J 1.00 CASH. progressing mil'ly after an uperntlon the play has only been cop' Hox 2?. fur uppendicitiA Krle C. Farra. righted this year, it already ha bet Mr. "Hul.e" Walker, of Jessamine given twice hy the Columbus Scho' HOUSE I'AIN'T-have a high has l'en Ii the city this week the for Girls and It to he given this sprin . grade paint, also a medium grade. Pricjhy the women of tho University guest ot relatives. es are right. Conn Ilros. California in their spring ujgeant. Miss Edith Fleetwood, of Tulsa, Kggs For Hutching: Tree Day Is nn established Institution Pure lluir Oklahoma, arrived to visit hur at Western College and Is celebrated strain. 15 for $1. or 100 for $5 sister. Mrs. Theo. Currey,, annuully in .May. There is nlivays a W. K. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. J. .M. Mattlngly, of Lebanon, is morning program of among FOR S.tle: A fumed oik mission here fur u vieit to her daughter, .Mr. the tress of the campus by the four and Mm. T. F. Drowning. classes, accompanied by songs and ihrary table. Good as new. Mrs. Woods WblUcr. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert and at-- 0 class yells. At noon there is a luncheon tractive little tun, .1 Tints Harnett, are for the entire student body and all S'LL-D- ay old chick. 5 bush- visiting friends anil relative; In Shelby- - their friends. After the luncheon and els of cultlvnttd hemp reed and two nrecedimr the t.lav this vear. there will villu. sows "ml be a procession of classes-t- he f resh- Walton E. Moss. Phone I!8t F. Master Gale Dotv celebrated his men carrying shepherds' crooks, sopho- eleventh birthday Tuesday by ridirg' mores carrying pi.uolf. juniors wear-- , F0,, SA,K. n 1 . llrownini-AlthougWe y i Mr. Jm. Clark lias returned from short vIkiI to Ashevllle it, C. DOWN GO THE PRICES ON LABsES SUITS CHOICE- $19.98 and $16.98 ' The Assortments are now good. Styles are the best. See 'them before they are picked over.. A II if Q a, ..,, M' who ore willing to pay a little more than "popular prices" to secure shoes that arc considerably better in style, fit and wear, than ordinary ones. We respectfully invite your Inspection of our Ladies V Si , Message to JLadies ' , and More varieties. Also demic caps and gowns. Freshmen and sweetl'epper plantn ready in a few days ards received by friends rnnounce seniors are to choose class queens. A days. Mrs. S. C. Henderson, Lowell. Ky. the marriage of Mia Anna Sinclair .o throne will be erected for the senior Mr. George Krvin Palmer at her home' iueen, from which she will view the NOTICE presentation of the play. in Covington. . bis biccle given him by Mr. Kobinron. J. Fleece I, , j&jSh distinctive fi.5 0 Miss I unnie Scott has resigned her position as night eterator ot the local ! exchange, and returned to her home in Cr.ih Orchard. PULLINS-GRI- IS. I am jitaudi'ng my thoroughbred Shorthorn bull nt $1.00 cash. Win. Kay, lliattsville. Ky. SHOES AND SLIPPERS rilj tkeArth KT3 at $3.00 and up per pair. gnu.thcAreh Ira H. Grimes of Garrard County, and Mis j I.uella I'udins of Mcdison LOST. I'rof. Hopkins, llii.'iM Koblnscn, county, were married in Lexington at Delcainp, Elmore, Ilrssheur and Iletween Crab Orchard ami 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon April KOth. attended the K. K. A. at Louis- by a pocketbook, containing small the Dev. I. J. Spencer pastor of the ville last week. Reward to finder. Central Christian Church. The mar-- 1 amount money. I'rof. M. L. Caneer spent last Sunday riage came us a urprim to their many J. H. Thompson. In Lancaster. I'rof. Caneer has been friends, who wish them much Happiness tendered the principnlship of the StanHEMP SEED WANTED Preach-ersvil- le ford Graded and High School. TOGGLE-MOS- OINTSLi House of Quality. . The One Price Store. Are your (lofts sick RnilPRnW linfi if so truyunwyii uuu with L'lmli-ru- fliniFPA RPMPHV no curt; vnuiiuin nmiuu imi pay. they last to any Widow. A pint of Peas free, while 1 1 Two Hoie Deer Corn Planters Corn Drills with Check ( Row $47. It O: i3: CRC C nol Tim Rurfi Syracuse Hill Side Plows $50. Oliver and $12.50. Expecting Car of American Fence. Disc Harrows $30. Horse Drills $ 2.50, $42. UU. where she has undergone another oper- j ntion on her eyes. The friends of this Ufeful and estimable woman hope she will be greatly benefited. ' I A P.rlif Mtntion c( lh Comlnt snJ I J Ooinji byThoic Vt Art .'nlirtiltd la. I Mr. and .Mrs. Hujden Leavell enter- -' tntned at a six o'clock dinner Monday. These present werothe MieaDonuhui , Mr. Deathman and Miss Kati'enne 1. MiIii ntt nsi.l AwT..a..A "MM uf Danville, and Messrs Cecil ......1, !.. ' I 1 Gossip About People vevg Mrs. Mollie Kaulkner is, with Mrs. V. I). Simpson until Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaulkner of Union Tenn. are permanently located at Tulsa, Okla. wheie slit, will make her home with them. ... .i. . .t ? ... . -- n t , Mr. bam Walters tell liu delightful trip and the betimes of Honaluhi. This trip was given lm by the firm fcr which he wor.s as a recor.nltlon of Ins ability as a salesman. ...t i Wanted to buy -i :0 ', Mrs. J. A. Anion is in Cincinnati J. R. MOUNJ 3BE & CO. E1E '''he Square Deal House. LiV m M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. tf:r.rr, i MJ SsKJXd1 1 ww - Miss Helen Gill went to Cincinnati mus Marie Dallard, who is one of this Week to hear Caruso. the elllcient teachers of the Stanford tpent the week-enMr. nnd Mrs. Ike were guestsi ufB"u with her parents. Dor frienJs will be of Mrs. Tern Itav. Sunday. gratified to'le&rn she line been given a Mrs. Cyrus Daly attended the I'atri-- I higher grade and an increased salary. otic meeting Monday night. A card from Master Eugene Austin Dr. ami Mrs. J. A. Anion have been who is attending St. Mary College at in Cincinnati the past week, St. Mary Kv. , says their College was Little James KothwvllCorxn has been defeatfd in a game 'of ball last weik. quite nick the past week but Is nuw Eugene was elected mascot for thu team the first id the reason nnd. has better. I scl" d ",w"" 3 ioifc Ite.idenco ( 370 LANCASTER, - rir3 ; mi - - igriL KENTUCKY. - Jjj Mis. Lula Johnson spent several (lavs HI with Mrs Dick N. NewlamI of Stanford this week. made a good many tripsiuulheratates. Moss were agreeably surprised to hear i mat. it announced that he was marritil to NOTICE, MR FARMER. Miss Laura 'Higgle, of iowtr Garrard last I'riilay nfternoon. 'the ceremony We have n limited amount of Choico took place in Danville and was preform. Cultivated Hemp Seed that we will .., .... ,1. ...... . ...... ...i u l.CV. AUII.l'l. UL 1.1U .Aiei(IlOI3i contract and buy your 1917 crop of lint lu charch of t,mt d AWr (,ie cere. at $10. Get jour order in while they . ,, e JroV(! , last. S. S. S. Lumber Co. ,lomu of , bnitlier.Mr. W. E. MMf where hearty wec(jme bb, n repast awaited them. The HEMP" SEED FOR SALE. Hecord join their many friends in wish- i:ig them n long and happy life. To the farmers who are thinking of sowing hemp this spiing, I will sell you seed us cheap as possible and buy your CLOSES BIG DEAL hemp tany time at the highest market pd. H.U.COX. The United Healty Companv, of price. 2 which odr townsman, Joo Haselden, is The most absorbing thing the conthe "head of the corner." has just closed a deal with the High School trustees structive pacifists aro doing these days is to speculate on how strong internaof Lebanon. Cy . fof u lot recently puropinion against armed conchased by tlus.Coinpany, the price nam- tional public There is ed being $0.00. A $40,000 school build- flict will bo after the war. ing will be erected on the lot. This one school of pacifists, tho members of believe tho whole world will be Company lias ulso ju.U closed n tale at which Augusta, Ark., in which 122 lots were so sick of war that it will behave for disposed of in three hours time, all the sake of being good in the years to come-- . There is another school which bringing good prievs. believes the world will bo tired of war, but that a tioliceman will be necessary CARDOF THANKS- t ) make it behave. For Mowers, helpfulness ahd loving sympathy extended in our recent we tliunl: our fiiends. BLUE-GRAS- S Children of Mrs. Jennie Iiroddus. bushels of cultivut-Mitche- ll Tayloe. Danville Ky. .' t 125 ACRE Hobert Dunn, of Danville, son of Col. Ike Dunn, a native of Garrard, former- i Willi tl.o Advocate, hut U' Miss Mary Arnold who bus spent U' . delightful winter 'TV,"1' ,,0,,dlnB " HWItf," in Florida has return- urwei b iiuuiv iiuuiui hi i.ouisviue, ill holm1 -j ha enlisted with Uncle Sum to light Mrs. MalculnrTIoufo nnd on, Leroy, fur his diuntry. ' FARM. Mid-Summer nnetl 125 acre farm all in, grass) acres need plowing for corn, tobacco or hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock barn, well watered and under new 10 Ko.lt Wc represent the TWO FAMOUS CARS T H IE AND of Danvilb-- , spent part of bat wVek here with friends. Misa Anna Hello Crutchfield lias ue-- I rented e osit'on with tho Iiastin Co, i night opeiutor, Mr. Ellen Oiuley and.MigaMurgnrct Cook spent the week-enwith Mti", Maggie llronuugii nt Nieholasvillc, Miss Mao I'owell, who is one of Hie lellicient touchers in thu I'aint Lick High School, Is ut home f.or vacation. Miss Mary Stone, of Lexington the faithful und competent mirsu of' .Mm. Jenuiu llraaddus haa refurned.to that' city. Tele-phond j Mr and Mr8, ,lol,t' '''"V sns Air. ii. :i awinuuroiui nmiuons. lieorge and Maris, and Mesdaines Juhn Kois and Forest Stupp, ami Moanrs Irvine and Hut ton Stapp, Joe C. Kamsey, Clayton Morrow nnd Hilly Miller, weie in Danville Friday and uttemkd the n" fence. This farm 1.1 Kituated in walking distance of graded school an'u churches. Let us show you this one at $S0. Call on or edd-e- ss We have ylth us a graduate of the Hupmobile factory, In the person of MR. ROY WHITTON who Is the head mechanic or our shop. He knows cars as. well as you know our Garage. Phone 81 We are at your service. Mrs. Janus .Martin, of Lexington, who attended the funeral of her sister Mrs. Jennie llruuddus has returned home. Mis EdnnKuvanaugli ia rejoicing her friend by her- - presence,, having been absent u year, while teuching, li Misses Eliza Smith, Elizabeth Scott, Sue lluithtuir and Amuiida Anderson vltited the inJdcl echool Thursday at Kiclmiond. 1'roL Hatfield and Miss Clara Collier of Crab Orchard, and Dr. V. A. Hatfield und Ml.s Morford. of 'Danville, .wero guests on Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. Arcade KINNAIKD Garage BROS., Miiugers. Go. It. C. llallleld. Miss Etta Itobinson, ono of the elllcient and accommodating operators at I. U. Convention, Miss Alice Marcum the local exchange, has been Buffering gave a delightful six rouno dinner with measles, but has almost recovered party In honor ot Miss McWhortcr her numerous friends will be glad to Wednesday. Miss Lula McWhorter learn. will give a theatre party tomorrow "track meet". Mrs. Jas. II. Arnold and ncice. Miss Mury Arnold, and Mrs. Ilella Hemphill, who have had u delightful winter In Duvtona at cottiiKO 52lI. South Ridire witml npm: Ift vent,ttil:ie tmimnii' fur their summer homo In Lancaster, Ky, They formed many pleasant achere, quaintances duriiiK tne und are planning to return next winter, Da tona Times. Miss Mary Arnold, who has spent the winter ut Dnytor.u I'la., nriived here Wednesday ufternoon nnd was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Itcllu Arnold Francis. They both went to Lancaster Thursday.. ...Mrs. Nellie llnllou went to Lancaster Thursday to see her brother, Ed C, Gajnes, the insurance man, who Is very ill Mrs. A. II.' El- kl:i came up from Louisville Wednesday to see her new Little Miss E izabeth Elkin Newlund. -I- nterior Journal. ' Howling Green papers contain the following items of interest: Miss Stella McWborler was theguest uf Mrs. E 11. 1'orter during the H. Y. n grand-daughte- Of our latest designs and patterns in THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE ACEHY. Lancaster, Ky, tt A mq I have opened up a FRIDAY and PLUMBING AND SATURDAY -- TIN SHOP J. R. MAY 41 AND Si- - in Lancaster, over Mount & (Vs., store. I Jtinranlee my work to lllve sulisfnction and my prices will be right. Bella Arnold Francis Public Square Your business will appreciated. U4 P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, May 3, 1917. Farm and Garden MULCHING THE ORCHARD. fertile Holla the ndvautagc I' leu ap parent, liut even lu this caie the crow tli "f mnterlal for mulching Is good econ omy, liecaue the result Is fully ctjual to that of the best methods of culture nml the crowing of cotcr crops. The possibilities of grass culture In or chards, combined with mulching. hue lieen greatly lucreaseil, anil the necessity of orchard cultivation lias lceu luueli lessened. The Importance of tills will be seen when It Is remembered that the fruit on npple trees In grns ami well mulched Is more highly colored than that produced by trees under cultivation Tills fact points out one way to meet competition In the markets. Orehnrd mulching has decided advantages In certain particulars, but the growing of mulching material In the orchanl with the aid of fertilizers Is n uiorc Result Fully Equal to Thit of the Best Methodi of Culture. tl'reparnt by Ohio nation.) It N possible to use grasses and clovers continuously In orchards as cover crept by atlmulatlug their growth by means of chemical fertlllicrs, with nil vuntage to the trees on Poor noil. On Monday night. linson nml the very practical talks by men who nre falling down In this natioHon. 11. Clay KnulTmnn was here Mr. (J, II. Swinebroad nnd Mr. lingers nal crisis." Lieutenant Kobertsnn said jesterday. "Kentucky is not furnishThere Are Other Lancasler People Sim- Friday lu the interest of his campaign were all greatly enjoyed. ing her complement of men, becuuse for State Scnntc. ilarly Situated. the mothers me willing tu atnml back Miss Nancy Ilagan of Lancaster nnd let the son of another woman despent the week-enwith her sister, Caiit'oraica Can there be nny stronger proof fend them. Mnny n young man has not Mt. Walter Arnold. olferetl than the evidence of Lancaster joined evi li lifter he has passed his Mr. W. O. Stlllwell and family of physical cxamintllon, simply because rctldents7 After vou have tcsd the following, quietly unswer the question. Clintonsville have moved Into the rcsi- tii J mother refused to sign hi permit. Jack M.iltns, l'"ptir- '.i I). 0. Samlerr, prop, of lumber, iind,Ienco of Mrs. J. Ilaney Deane. Ml hail audi a rn "Of what dilfereiit calibre was Hit tl r itrouble Iuur-- uuxl t I wo ti.Ut. mother who came into this olllce yesMr. and Mrs. W, A. Dickerson npd .n coal liu.iness, Campbell St , Lancaster. in niy -! , says: "I have used Doan's Kidney daughter. Ratio Karnes, of Lancaster, t oil , ,i n t- i.tiji ! terday with her soul She sat nt this t . ' B '1 tlltUi I.' t 'IcVfll .t desk nnd sigr.ed his papers, then she . .i I'llls with satisfactory lesults nml do spent Silndnv with Miss Kills Ison. i ur;,.u-o i. cf l.li.nv t .en. ' not hesitate tc endorse tlwm. My kid broke into sobs. liev. J, M. linker of Snlvisn, deliver-edner- y i m. tlnyn It nimn ns If lienrys were out of order m.d I had dull, benr ti o fain nn," interesting sermon nt the no It tu "Hill I don't want him bnck.she promi from Klilmy nnd li t lugging hicknches. 1 also had sore- Methodist church Sunday morning, ou.- - I . tested, I don't wnnt my son to stay ut tioiitivs.iirTlic iiebj i Krowa worso with every move ness over my kidneys, and rav kid home while the braver sous of othei Mr, Joseph Farley find Mrs. Anna make ned everv eten ion t.iUr. neys were Irregular in action. Doan's Moore of Mercer, b were over Thursday, Jut trims tu r "n r ou -of. nil r , r - mothers light the powers which have li,j ui.ni unit Kidney Tills, procured at Stormes' When I rend to see their brother. Mr. J. W. Farley. urp lurxous nnit .,rn out, pl ii i1 - t, it iMecratrd womauboud. rml t.nre no p,eilte. stnma Drug Store, relieved the trouble and llrund Whilock's otlicial report of the nnd bowels Miss Jane Howling of M. F. C. -', my kidneys in good condition". put J'llla b si-- tho Inley Kliln-treatment of thu llelgiaii wumnu, 1 rewus nt home several days It la ilnnlly xmia entirely. Tney IN ice 50c, at nil dealers. Don't simslr nirlh nmt tnn ti the klilmtan alized that my son must be among thojo suffering from nn attack of the measles. inrtko it cm gtroeK. active, tt.elr ply rsk for a kidney remedy get Doac'a heroes who will assure with his life 1 nnil Quality and Service is our Motto. main, litcotius retrtilar Kruws imrmal Kid ey Tills the tame that Mr. Sanami your l.rnltli need be that the women of the world tj.'ii diy yuu taku ti.ls i;nut l.ia:ii.u Hudson, Co., I'rop?., Money back if not satisfied. ders had. Koster-Milbur- n are rate. ueJlrlae. t Hughes & Fnrnnu, dealers in high UulTnlo, N. Y. Sold Everywhere. "I need the woman of this stuir ti grade field seeds,' etc. become u laven lor the womanhood ol Mr. J. C. Williams was In Louisville BRYANTSVILLE NOT THE ONLY ONE WHEN TO SELL CORN. ttu.j jut Mr. J. W, Farley who has been In quite it critical condition for several weeks had his foot amputated last Wednesday morning and is getting along very nicely since tlx- - operation. The farmers meeting held here Tuesday night whs well attended and enjoyed. The addresses by Hon. the "Patriotic" meeting at Lancaster J. K Itobinson and Hon. It. II. Tom- thor-ughl- y Dr. II. C. Hose was in Lexington on business Friday. Mrs. L. L. Cunningham was hostess at an elegant dinner Sunday. Mr. E. D. Kennedy of Lincoln was here last week to visit Mr. M. (). Kennedy. Miss Ada Dismukes of lluigin was guest of Miss Mnry llelle the week-en- d Hnlcomb. Qjlte a number from here attended Friday to attend the meeting of the Council of National Defense of the llankera of Kentucky called by Gov. A. O. Stanley, ' ' I. 1 f V t V. I. Iturllsou Mini (t. M. Profcssi'l Allen of the Illinois cipcrlmciitnl sta ll' n. In this e?;ierlinent n crib wns tilled with freshly luuVisI com lu Norembcr uf each year niul welgluil four times a month until tbe next Nmcinlier. when It wns emptied In Is1 refilled. The data heciired isiiered the time from 10U.I to 11113 nnd annuel that the rirllikngo vnrled with the enr. but Is usnnlly quite high nt Its maximum, Kentucky, 1 want them to organiz. sometimes rcnchlng the tliiire slightly NEED OF THE their strength so thnt education nno lower limn one fifth of the Xovemlier (he corn nod showing nil vieleht propaganda may reich every mother ol average of Id it cent. The ahrluk of SPARTAN MOTHERS a; U rather slow until April, but In inuilng of warm The mother who wept with her fnc crr.is with the Lieutenant K. S. Kobertaon, in charge of the naval recruiting station nt Lex- -' buried on my dek knew thnt her sm wenlher nnd stays nt n blub figure ington hus said that while recruiting in son was going into the first tiring line, until July, when It sinks him In rather rapidly Ily August the drjlng Is mm-I'litgeneral wus good over the country, re-- 1 but she knew also that on this 11 ml and the total shrinkage Is nt Its in Kentucky was net up to j irg line depends the protection of tin greatet tlsure. what it should be. Kentucky's quota of c untry ami the food supplies cf starv-me- n liming determined the rale of is 00 by May Jti. Only a small ing Europe. If the country and the lib shrinkage, it Is to calculate wliut these have so fur been se-- 1 erty of the world are to bu assured this i..v Is nevar.v to roelto at nny number rf be brought home to tlwu time In order tn get n iiiik Ii for i knowledge must cured. the rop ns n given pib-- lu the full "It is the muthers and not the young I nil mother." will prodino. Thus If the price In Is t!T (cuts the Mar h price will bai to be lints tn iniue out even, not to mention Interest on Investment, risk. etc. Of course. If seventy pounds nre n bushel In Not ember ntnl sixty eight iMiuinN In Mar h. as Is f!io i nsttmi lu many plan , tho cniidl aumewbnt. TTie tlnns will ills- iislo:i heie Is bused mi the assumpiuiids In tin' iiumN-- r of tion that the the yenr bushel Is uniform throm.-huu-t L'uder thee conditions It Is found that on nn Hiemge the price of com during tti ten years, 11I t l'.iia. did not In-eim after November siittlclently tn make up for the shrinkage In drying If, howeter, the February price U taken ns n lnsls the Ini'rease innile up for the ahrlnknge nnd left n margin on the pmtlt side. Tho ts-s- l jilati lu geu ersl. then. In mnrkctlng toni, not counting nny factors except the probable alirtukage of the crop ami the pnibnble Incrcaae In rlce. Is to sell til rectly from tbe field, but If for nny reason It should be held until Jnuunrr or I'ebruary It would 1 well to hold y Investigation of the Relation of PrWt and Shrinkage. It Is often il lery illlllrvtt mutter to decide. If one h.is nun to n'll. whether to sell It III the full or to hold It for it possible rise In pi lee. ni)s the Ohio Farmer. While Ibo profit or tos In volved depends prlnmrlly usm the nnioimt or rit lu pibv "ii one hand r.nd the sbrluknice of the imp due to drying on tin other, there nie ln:iijy considerations. Tbe ieliill"ii of t.rlie and shrliiknge, however. Is mpuble of lim align! Inn: In if a wuy prcslurthe of results of being "sod ns n guide In tile crop. This Ins been tlinlertiikcn by t l.t until nlsmt August. XIULCIIKD APrLE OSCltARD IN WINTER. j distinct and decided step In advance becau.NO of Its greutcr practicability and wider application ns well as Its bearing upon marketing problems. The objection usually urged against the plan of growing mulch material lu the orchard Is that such' a practice draws largely on the moisture content of the soil and that the trees and fruit will suffer In consequence. So fur In our work there has lieen no evidence In support of such n theory, for vigor and growth of trees have been all and even more nt times than are desirable, while the fruit has attained good size, perfect form and, except where entirely hidden from the sun by the heavy foliage, of good color. The growth of grass takes place early In the season while there Is an ubttndaucu of In thu soil and Is cut lu June after which the accumulation of decayed ami decaying tcgetable matter on the surface conserves the moisture and keeps the soil cool by sliadlug It heavily from the direct rays of the sun. mols-,ture li 57 fM 1 1 Quality Pays You United States Tires arc built with one supreme thought behind them quality and qualily pays you Wt P'-'S. Drying Seed Corn. much luiHirtnnco cannot Is- upon the care of scsl corn, writes l.eo 1', Maltbens In the Fnrui I'rogress. Corn carefully selected uu-dthe best of conditions will rarely mako a HO per cent strong germination text unless It Is dried and stored propToo placed I erly. There nte many goisl devices on tho market for holding seed corn white drying, but for the man who wants a In Wsir I WWYvW W V f IIIi til nil and us MvN ill 111' I'fJil I "ot alonu g0'1 coltwn anJ t v lltl rubbcr into Marketing Winter Tomatoes. special care must be given hothouse tomatoes produced during winter, Professor A. II. Wilkinson. In January and I'ebruary the market Is at its best, but the highest price Is only paid for special tomatoes. They are carefully graded as t size, only lluxe of the same size being placed lu tho receptacle. Ilacli fruit Is wiped. It Is a decided advantage to wrap each fruit In soft tissue paper, and on this tUsne paper many growers are placing a trademark, The tomatoes are packed tlrmly. If small fruit is sent to murket In n" (Jeorgln carrier tho tomatoes can be packed two or three itbreast and with one sot of fruit on sl20. The putkage Is built high enough to allow for sellllng during shipment. li ll llixiv VWlw!tCu we use only the stT-Hai7jqu"lit1""1, of both, super- plus design, construction, workifianship mm mlli uhl V'v liliil ' super-quality Motorists have recognized this ard of Unitcd Statcs Tircs ' stand- - Vl 1R uVVl flmTTN ldi.!e. I lncxKnsvn detlce that can bo made at home the following link method Is recommended, ) Smooth No. II wire Is cut Into around lengths of ten Inches und pegs, as hhown at 1, leal lug each end projecting ill mil t two nnd the Inches. With a pair of pliers tops of the loops kickwnrd (shown at t one-hal- '.') VvU straight Hue. Link the wires together, Wljllwl ullliwll by giving Unitcd States Tircs not only amazingly 11 l (ifl! ,ar"csa,cs ct,ua"y a,nazm OuaMly ft sa'cs increases. 1ml . about ten lu n Hiring, as shown ut 3. ami they will be ready for use. I After n little practice most any one can make enough links In n half hour to .supply the uierago farm with a dry-laurrangeiueiit that will last many j curs und when not lu uxn ('nn Is stor ed !n a i cry small space. Manuring tho Garden. li JL J so Hint Hit- - lli.k will hung In a flif Umll li Pa's 'ou in service and us in sales. $ HANDY FOR THE FARM. $ A Tire for Kitry H m - A .'K TTZ sr. United Stale, Tabtt Mrm Some good brood sows. Some good dulry cows. A flock of puro bred iioultry. Several hUos of bees. A farm accounting 8) stem. A good agricultural journal. A good silo. A dipping vat (for lick Infested territory). Cover crops for as much hind us can bo pluutcit to them. A home oichurd and a spray pump. A homo waterworks system. . Hubstltutlng broo.l mares fur horses. Good roads on the farm and to the I 1 'Nobby' '.v 'C"in' Are Goodl Tires Worth and U'epr that sssj Ilarnyard manure which Is Intended for the gulden should bo spread during tho fall. During tho Into fall or eatly winter It uliculd Iw plowed tinder, nnd early lu (lie sprlii't Hie ground should bo harrowed nr dlkcd Into slmie. Tno Kprlug npplluittou Is Inadvisable for n niiuihvr of leasons. Of these one of the mn-- t I:nKjrlnnt Is plowing. The plowing of tho gurileu should nlwnya be done In the late fall or winter. If this, practice Is follow cd tho only possible way tu apply the manure will Is-- as a top dressing. This Is undesirable It will not become readily incur-twille- d Into Hie soil. Much ot tta value, both ax n fertilizer and us u menus of supplying organic matter, will bu lost. Moreover, tlui trash will bo lu the way, uuu tho aclbii of it top dressing of fresh maiiuro Is often detrimental tu inuny vegetables. If the plowing must be dono In the spring care should bu taken If manuring Is done. Fresh barnyard manure should never bu applied to u grutlcn oil during the spring. If well rotted manuro Is on hand It may be applied with KuffU during tho uvcrogu O. W, Ilapp, lK'partmout of Horticulture, Oklahoma A. and M. College, BHllwater. i market. rations. Permanent pastures for rattle and boss. Strong, durable fences. Closo with your county A gasollue engine. A feeding of balanced United States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Service Depotswho can tell you which of the five types of United States Tires exactly suits your needs. agent, agricultural college und experiment station. -- South Carolina Station. REX CS-ARACE, LANCASTER, KY. I The Central Record, Thursday, May 3, 1917. s LAWRENCE DURHAM I Writes Enlcrlainl; Of Habils And Customs Of Filipincs. Fort William McKinley, T ttit- 1' I. 11)17. Mnrcli 23, Itecord, Relative nn! s FAGTS AND FIGURES SHOW THAT THE NO. 490 s cay at l.eart, intelligent, gentle, who stretch up lu hands to uj that we may lead him atom; the path that lead) to the manhood nf nation). I will close with best wishes to relatives and friends. Lawrence A. Durhnm, Supply Company, 31st infantry. Fort Wm. McKinley, I'. I. of Garrnrtl County: Will ili'Vu( some nf my npnrt limn 1 to I In' loved one nf Kentucky urn enjojing tin best "f licnllli at t lit- - present date, iiIiIid I have h vitj hud feeling when duty mils me nut In tin' hut sun-th- at is a disease we nil rim propound' mill wlilcli Mini" I nf ii., mtrh when duty It urgent, hilt I have been very enlhu'iiiitlc In the past month, while nut on duty, li celling h.iih- - Interesting point nf till, Province There nri' several tribes nf I illinium in the Philippine Islands and 1 have written liefore nliout the custom- - In principal of th" UICOI. tntie, nt my station in Southern Luzon. The people here uro called TngHlogs, of whom t "III explain. Purine my iiervice at Kurt MrKinley, I liHte ImiS the opportunity to "e-t- f, ill the various "barrioi, "lueiilid tn the vicinity of the garrison, the inrln eri, customs, and wu).i nf the native people. If ou trmi'l through one nf tlie.e "barrios" you can (jet an idea liow these people live. One evening tt Inutile, tropic night had just su oop.il doi nnil from the unlive homes along the one street, came the yellow glint nf the cocoa oil candle nod thence also the romantic tinkle of the mandolins. Hardly hud 1 gone half down the street when I was addressed hy an elderly Killpina woman, in elegant "Good evening soldier, taking Have oU lo.d R walk in the bntrio? your nuppcr? Will jou not honor li e by coming to my poor dwelling?" m.d mniiy other questions such as these. I have observed in my frequent Visits THERE'S A CAUSE F0R Even EVERYTHING Their Causes. Diseaics A Have i Take Medicine That Will Remove Cause And The Ihe Cure Is Certain. CHEVEROLET car ever sola on the American Marless gasoline than the Ford. It uses 30 by 3 tires all round. Has full Cantilever Springs and rides like a thousand dollar car. Fully equipped with Electric Lights and Starter and Mohair top. is the Best and Cheapest ket. It will run on one-thi- rd 1- i AUI.0 "THi: WONDKK MEDICINE", is guaranteed to remove the cuue nf Stomach, Kidney, I.iver, Wood and P.owel troubles. Can yuu think of any symptom such as constipation, in digestion, iljrpopsin, backache, pains in lower limbs, theumotum. pimples, eruptions of the skin, piles and general wornout conditionsthat one of these troubles mentioned do not cause? Willi lh, xyrpritmn nt fnntnt.inltq diseases, we are safe to nay that fully ninety per cent of the rverage sickness i. due to wornout and rundown condition of the Stomach, Kidneys, und I.iver. Altl.O is sold exclusively i l Lancaster by Stormes Drug Store. COLONEL SHOWS KAISER GIFTS -2 Got Them When War Lord "Was a While Man," He Tells Cillers Colonel Theodore Koosevelt entertained the 200 members of the Ojster Hay Home Guard at his home recently. He showed them his trophies, and in speaking of his collection, said: "Hoys, Ive received presents from e.verjbodvon the faco of the globe, from kings to prizefighters." With the final word just leaving his lips, he turned anil apologized to two ministers, wno he had also invited to be present and who seemed shocked at the prizefighter part of the remark. Continuing, he said; "Friends, I am going to tell you a secret: I have in my collection some souvenirs given to me by the Kaiser " At this the crowd laughed. "1 would like," he added, "to make a bet that the Kaiser would be tickeleu to death to get these souvenirea' back. Ilemember bojs, I got them when he ' was a white man." The Colonel said his motto was "All for one and one for all." He said he was once introduced at a meeting as to these little barriors that there'igioiit observances Constitute the Irmllng features of most of tile social g.tliier-iug- l in the island,. The church festivals are nlwajn accompanied by music of some wilt, orclicstralbrsi bands or choir, and quite often by nil of these, Ilv the Filipinos a birth is regaidul as nn important event, and tin w. lture', of the mother and child are subject ol much solicitude on the part ol the, Put the father and christening of the child is the most important, and is pel iui lord with much solemnity. This generally takes place nliwilu), afltr its birth. The child is currinl to the church, sotnt times bv the uiotiier, or some near relative, ut the heail of n long procssion, formed hy the lest, of At tho church Hie the population. projective got! parents assemble about the babe. The holy- water is sprinkled upon the little one while praeia are sniJ for its welfare, nnd the pledge of the god parents Is impressive. It ri above that cf n mere formal observance nnd it is followed out In lifter lile, tor the children highly regard their ami are by them cheiislted. After the baptism there utuahy is a feast, followed bv a dunce, tlie dance bviug n social event in the Philippine, to which the olatil nature ol the people really lends itself. The favorite dance is the waltz. 'I he girls take it un us It by nature. 'Hie regardon is next. Tins daru-la of Cnstllllaii origin, it is of tho tpu of the old Virginia Heel. Theru are n number of native dances, nome of winch are performed by a single couple. There it one dance that uttincted my attention. In this dance the "Duller- ina" executes and chants a recital of joy, passion, ecstacy ami despair; she sometimes knee's before the youth, who for the occasion is itss'imed to be her lover, reproaches him in u sentiment of melancholy arguing, in u gentle monotone that grows to u crecvi.do us her spirit changes to dotiuucialii.ii but finally she falls into u mood of elated passion und the lovera lire unitiil It Is amazing to sto how easy tiny dunce In their ' Vhinelas", u kind of slipper. Hat like, u shoe, sometime made of wood, with just enuugh tipper in front to put their toes Inside. l'Jviti in the waltz, two a'ep, or any other dance thu "chiiiela" stldoiu slips from the girl's foot, and if perchance it '.'nee, she glides a roil nil the lloor in her bare feel, slipping it on deftly when the circuit id compleltd, without stopping the dance. Marriage in lite 1'hllippines o'ten takes place at an early age, the luide may be but eleven anil the gnu lit hut It is cuslomury for the par-- 1 fourteen'. ents of the young couple to stipulate the marriage contract and the parents of tho bridegroom Usuully make a settlement upun the bride, if the young man's parents ato poor und itavu no ilpwry to otter It I contracted that tho young man shall servo on probation for on indellnito time In the liouso of his ' future bride, as Jacob served his uncle Laban, to make Rachel hi wife. Gambling, although it bu of u petty character, is the chief vice of these people. It Is mild that the Filipino will risk hi last cent on his fighting cock or on a horse race. Suffice that the Filipino Is us yet a cbllJ, kometlmes naughty, sometimes petulent and rebellious, but still a child; grand-parents PRICE $585. DELIVERED ' Agent for Garrard County R M. ARNOLD DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. "I W h en You Q e of making the porch, kitchen and all your house, fly proof, of building an addition to your house, Think Of the "poor man's friend." lie resented this remark by telling the Chairman of the meeting that ho was neither the poor man'H friend nor the rich man's friend, but the honest man's friend. When asked by one of his callers about his plan for raising troops, he said: "If for n minute I thought that this division I am trying to recruit would not bo sent to Kurupe, but would bo used instead for home defense, I'dquit. My purpose is to go to Kurope, to the trencher, nnd not stay homo and guard. I don't want a petticoat ur a bilk stock ing numy." 'office of fiscal court OF GARRARD COUNTY. Sealed proposals addressed to the Fiscal Court of Garraid County will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, .May 8th 1917, when they will lie publicly opened porch, barn or any other building Of Furniture changes you wish to make. Of that Oil Cook Stove that don't cook the cook Of putting a new roof on any building. Of planting the field in grain. Of sowing high germination test grass seed. Of enriching the soil by chemical fertilizer. Of builders hardware for its many uses. and read, for the improvement of the County Itoad between Lancaster and Danville to Dix Itiver in Garrard Co. The work, as detcribed and shown In the plain nnd specifications to bo seen at the County Clerk's ofiice will bo known as Garrard County State aid Road its shown on general drawing. A single bid to be submitted for the whole work. Uids must be for work to be done in accordance with tho plans and specifications approved bv tho Fiscal Court und the Commifcioner of Public Hoads and on lile ut County Clerk's ollico. The Fiscal Court of Garrard County expressly reserves (lie right to reject any und all bids. liefore contracts are binding on first parties, they must receive tho approval of Ihe Commissioner of l'ublic Itoads. by F.ach bid shall be accompanied cash or n certified check, payable at light to tho order of the County Treas urer for 10 per cent of the amount of the proposul; whi'h check shull bo held until the execution of the contract. liefore the contract is awarded, the successful bidder or bidders will be re quired to furnish a bond of tin equal amount of Contract - Dollars for tho faithful performance of the work in accordance with the aforesaid plans and specifications. All work to bo done under tho direc tion and supervision of the Commissioner of l'ublic Uuads. Hy order of Fiscal Court of Garrard County. JOE HAMILTON, County Clerk of Ganard County. Hy N. C. Hamilton. D. C, ' 9 c o , 0 Of the porch swings, couch, hammacks, lawn seats and settees. Of feeding the cow, cattle, horses, mules, buying an Automobile that gives service. hogs, sheep and chickens. . Hervey & Woods ' V '1 . The Central Record, Thursday, May 3. 1917. Beginning Thursday, May ' and Continuing1 For Ten Days, "We Offer Our Entire Stock of Tailored Suits, Silk Suits, Coats' and Silk Dresses at Special Prices. 3,- to-da- ' All of these garments are the latest in style and best materials and workmanship, and and will be still higher, but we simply have too much would cost more to replace y stock and take this method of reducing our lines. Garments Will Not Be Sent on Approval During Sale. COATS our entire line of Coats, both wool nnl Silk will down for this sale. coats to select from There are about seventy-fiv- e and every oneis good. A few Wooltex Coats still in stcck will nlso be marked down. Come early to Jet your choice - TAILORED SUITS. SILK DRESSES. We ofler you a line ol more thun one hundred und fifty entirely new Silk I)res?es in t cry color fand nil the wanted materinls at spii'lnl reductions for this fair. Dresses for street wear, for nftcrnoon nml exming and nil prices from f K1.50 to $83M) I SHIRT WAISTS x We will offer a lot of about fifty Crepe de Chene and Georgette Waists consisting t'f many single waists in various colors and many styles nt very ftteatly reduced prices. These vary so much in vaiuc that we cannot make a uniform price, so each one will have a special price. $50. Tailored Suits, Finest Made, Sale Price $35 $45. Tailored Suits, Sale Price, $32.50 Tailored Suits, except navy and black, $29.50 $40. $35. Tailored Suits, except navy and black, $25.00 $25. Tailored Suits, except navy and black, $ 1 9.75 $19.75 Tailored Suits, except navy and black, $14.75 $15. Tailored Suits, except navy and black. $1 1.75 SPECIALLY LOW PRICES ON ALL SILK TAILORED SUITS DURING THIS SALE. 98c Children's Dresses 98c. We ofTtr u lot of about one hundred Children's (1 yoarCiimJliam DresMS m clmko for !)8c These were ft.25, SI. M and 51.7;"). Nothing the matter except we have too many. Made of the- - best fast dye ginghams and none can be bought now to sell under SI 50. It will pay oti to buy u ear's supply to-1- New Line Summer Dresses We have just received the first shipments of our Summer Dresses, con- Wooltex Pre-Shrun- k (f .White Skirts il 1 sisting of the very latest ideas in fancy French Gingham dresses, real Linen dresses, Voils. Organdies, etc More coming in every day. These range in price from SG.50 to $20.00." tl.cn: (iciiii v ptc-n 1. Wrolti x waMi shirts in our Summer wardrobe. Prices are SI 00 to S7.00 and each one is real" ly worth the price. Be sure to count in cue or mere Cheaper whins Wash Skirts tit SI. 00 to S2.00. a Enter Our Jack Tar Middy Spelling Contest. Four Prizes Offered, 1 A. B. I Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, PAINT LICK KENTUCKY. I Owen East, I will on beginning promptly at ten o'clock at his late home one mile from Buckeye, sell to the highest bidder the following personality: Metculf, Logan West and Morris Todd motored to Itichmond Wednesday after. Miss Docia Mctcalf is the guest of nnon for n show at the Alhamlira. friends in Lancaster. Mrs. Fannin Kails has returned to her Dr. Snowden of Winchester, was a heme in Muncie Ind, after several weeks visit with her sisters, Mrs. K. visitor here the past week. Miss Elizabeth Heazley spent the O. Karris at Silver Creek, Mrs, Ann Moherlv at Ituund Hill and Mrs. J. I). i week end with the home, folks. Hurchcli. liev. W. M Eldridge attended PresKiiday evening nt 8 o'clock Kcv. bytery at Springfield the past wtvk. Hamilton, of lierea delivered n forceMrs. James Coyle ot Keren has heen ful, soul stirring address to the graduthe guest of Mr and Mrs Tom I.ogjdorv.. ates on "World IVace" after which Mr. James llurvey Ralston left Moil-- , I'rof. .nyi J.utes, the principal of the dao for Youngstown Ohio, to uccept a High School willi u few well chosen M words presented fo them their diplomas. sf position. The CIhm Day exercised which took Miss Kmrna Odor left Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. M. J. White in Mt. placo at the nclicul aiiditoiiuni on j.i i a i .i. Cannel III. Thursday eyeniiuc were well attended and thoroughly enjojanle. The clu-II M. Lar is the guest Mr. if her of 11)17 is compiled of fouryoung ladies and Mrs, l.enr in win, Mr. Held and three young men. Misses Nell Uice, MiddlesborH. Sadio Pulsion, Iimmn and Ora Kstridgo Mr. Amos Parks left Saturday for and Messrs Chester Metca'f, I.ugnn Wayland Ky, where lie expects Jo acWest and Morris Todd and theso young cept a position. ft people admitted them.'elves in such u Mr. and Mr. II (',. Woods and Mr. inafmer that any school should Iihvu and Mrs. Woods Wulker motored to been glud to have claimed them. The is Danville, Thursday. readings were interspersed with do- Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith and daugh-te- r Jlghtful airs of the long ago hy our of Uarlersvi'lM were guests of Dr. local stringed orchestra with MissAlnm and Mrs. Smith. Sunday. Lear us pianist. . Flour ir sacks or IlurreK Excluatvu Hunjer May Cause Intomnla. Agents for liallatds OMIUli 1'loHr. If you lire buffering from Inxiiiiinlii, Hudson, Hughes and Farnuu. It may he that ymt luivu not eaten Mm Henrie Kstello Stono of liirh. enough, Kiys n incdlcul nulliority. A - the gueiit of Mi. 1). W. inoiid womodcrutu blto hefnre retiring nieuns While ft 'in Fridiy until Monday that the blood will be driven from tho tliuf J ir II J. Patrick, W L. Carman brain to the Ntoinnch, and Iieard makes 1 Jersey cow; 1 yearling steer;-One saddle horse; ubout ii.id S M Ukiiny anvjaking (heir semi- - for sleep. Wlntt you have trip no Rockcastle river. sleepless nl(;lit8 following Welsh rat-li- lt hillside plows; 2 single shovel plows; 1 double shov- annual must not drlvo you to tho other el plow; 3 cross cut saws; 1 heavy log chain; 1 wheat Mr. and Mr- -, it a Winds and. chil- extreme und Impel you (u bed with un Woods Wulker und Ittf. drill; 1 disc harrow; 1 com drill; 1 block and taqkle, dren, MrWalker weie in Itichinuiid, empty fctomucli. Hubert or rope; 1 corn sheller; 3 barrels of ap- Monday. with 200 feet ple vinegar; 1 cutting box; 1 circle saw, with fixtures; Mrs. Fuimio Walker, and Master KENTUCKY FALLS BEHIND 1 barrel of engine oil; 1 barrel of Cylinder oil; one limine Denny, of Lancaster, were guest uf Vr and Mrs. Robert Walker "IN ARMY ENLISTMENTS THRESHING MACHINE und a lot of rubber belting. the past w.ek. . Kentucky has raised only 884 men of 'Terms reasonable and made known on day of sate. Mr. Frank Ldtord, who has been its quota of 4,578 for the regulararmy, utteriiing school here left Sunday for according to enlistment figures given Ills home in Miamisburg. 0; and was out by the War Department. Thirty-nin- e accompanied tiv Ills grandmother, Mrs. men were accepted Saturday and Jesse Sunday, These figures show Kentucky Misses Nell ltlc. Sudie KaUton, Em-- has enlisted only 19.3 of its riquyed () K triil ue, Messrs Chester recruits. OF OWEN EAST. . PUB LLC; S j as aarmmsiraiur 01r uic Make Your Home i Cheerful How can this be accomplished? Listen ami we will tell you. Call at uur store and select from our Large Assortment ot 1 I WALL PAPER I mic Iur Saturday, y mi 11kj Different Patterns' which is now ready for your, inspection. Our prices are right and tur workmanship We also have a unexcelled. bunch of remit lots in Wall Paper at less than rost Call and jet us figuru with you mid wo can assuiu you Hint we will make, your home cheerful and bright nt small cort. Paints, Lead, i Mouldings, Windshields, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes. There ia nothing rheit' lug tliun a beautiful home. It makes the wife liuppyj it gl.idder.H the hearts of tlm childien; it pleases the cvo of tho visitor and gives geileral satisfaction to all. We are expert In painting, papering ai d general decorating. Wo curry Wall Paper from ull the h .ding manufacturer In this country Large assortment of the Hirge papers -- the best trade. We also carry tlis liiotna'i Htrahan Tapestry. Wo aro sol agents in Danville for Lowe Ilrolhera' High Standard Liquid Paints. '" PICTUItlJ FliAMINd A SPECIALTY. Third Street: DanvlUs, Ky. Walter East, Admr ai Subscribe far the Records