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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 10, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917051001_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 10, 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 Flr.HTM YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 10. 19 I 7. CHRISTIAN TRAINING FOR ha NUMBER . 3F1E Corn Planters, Harrows, Rollers Tin- '.!.:!(. MILITARY CAMP W. C. T. U. Union will meet Saturday at It is very nepesarv that ull of the members be there. If you want to get an Avery Implement get busy. We have not many of them tlef t as our sales have been very heavy and our stock Is running low. To order will cost several dollars more. Our business is on the rush, so come early so we can give you prompt attention. LOST ON SATURDAY watch bracelet on the New Danville pike. $5. reward if returned to A Miss Allle Hendren. CALLED UNAMHOUSLY. Conn 3G Brothers. 171 A unanimuua cnll has been extended to Kev. C. S, Calliann, of Iron Gate, Vn , to accept the pastorate of the Mr Calli-mlocnl llaptist chursh here. recommen.omen with the dation and I he friends he made while here are trusting (hut hy may accept, althoUKh at tin- time he Has never GERMANS given his llnal answer. The Moody Ilible Institute of Chicago lent otic of it professor.". K. 0. to the International Y. M. C. A. for evangelistic service in tin) English Camps. He gave some time lat Jear to the Canadian camps. The Institute is desirous of living up to its pseudonym of 'The Went Point of Christian Service," liy lieum prepared for any demand on it student hody for workers in United Klntes camps in the evangelistic field, or through the channel of the I tod Cross or in other ways. Some of Its graduates at the close of the last term were called into Christia i work In the army and others are expecting service as chaplains in the navy. The training is entirely free for Christian men and and women of any state, nation, or denomination when references' Catalogues are sent are satisfactory. free on application, Mr. Sellers conducted a series of meetings in I.ancnsten n few years ago and is remembered pleasantly here by many of in GREEDY BAD LOSERS 9 TINNING, PLUMBING & HEATING trril rum- I ROOFING & GUTTERING Let us have your orders and they will be attended to promptly. WE HAVE THE VERY BEST EQUIPMENT 0 m iri A BATH-TUBS, Large Stock of LAVATORIES CLOSETS AND PIPING IS: AH Bought at prices under the present market. THE BEST MEN TO ENSTALL YOUR WORK GOOD RECORD. WINNERS LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. DIE tG HT. 3E ' in r I ! (!) STEAMS-KNIG- I I ) Ameaica's first KNIGHT motored car. In quality, design, performance, workmanship and material, the STEARNS-KNIGH- T stands unparalleled. In construction it represents the world's power plan: coinbiiuMl i 'mt contained n Itkeneoi of Herbert l,anenter, nl Ulsville. who has often visited his of tills city fnerd, Mr. J. V. ami Is pleasantly remembered by many here. Herbert Is attending school at 'Ca-tlHeights. Teiir., and has recent- -' Iy made some athleii) records that will being given . be hard to eclipse. n high rating in scholarship, he won the lis) ard dash, the 1M0 yard dash, the running broad jump and hurdle race, and was tecond in several other Tueday's livening events, i 1 1 lARPtF SAIF ' greatest v,itli t!ie finnl development of tl.e Hi long famous Stearns churls a clinssis yet offering the same stiinliness older and heavier models. which comparatively lifilit distinguished the I I C. Benckendorf, 9 Edwin Agent. WILMORE, - KENTUCKY. e ! On lat Saturday The Thomas Iteai Estate Agency sold at public uuctiun for Alex Walker formerly of Lancaster his handsomu Lexington Street dwelling property and house hold furniture. Tho the weather was chilly the at- tendance was thu largest ever witnessed at a like sale in Lancaster and every thing soli) and the bidding was rapid. The handsome dwelling situated on a pacious lut fronting the school grounds was purchased by Judge C. A. Arnold as an investment, we presume, as we understand he does not contemplate (!) leaving his beautiful country home. J , I I Heginmrg next Thursday night. May ft (;) 17th at the Methodist church in this city, the llrst services of the Sunday Gi School Institute will be held. The institute will continue through Friday, SUNDAY. DAY closing at four o'clock Friday afternoon. MOTHER'S The nrincipal address of the occasion Come to Christian Church Sunday will be delivered Thursday evening, bv May 13th, Mother's day. Kauies and Itev. U J. Nugent, a more extended small children will be taken care of by A countrv-widcampaign for indusand Arm,' says Teddv. "Kami notice of which will appear in the next competent nurses. ar trial safety in war time has been launof the Record. A very interestAll kinds of garden plants, For Sale. ched as u part of the war service pro- issue ing program has been arranged on 1. 1. Thompson. gram of the National American Woman which some speakers of note ECONOMICS. HOUSEHOLD npHar, Eliminate the lonfer along with the Sutrrage Association. The following charges are to be serThe Committee on Preservation of house lly and the Germans' by thU institute, Lancaster, Mc- There will be no peace for Germany ved food wishes to be etlicient and of help. Kendree, Danville, Mureland, Stanford, war alarms do not and its suffering and starving people so i .. In the midst of ,., . . in its campaign for conservation of.tlie ,, i,..,,,- foiget the ubiiimtious house lly. Get long as it is ruled by royalty. I'euce, rreacnersviiie. mcntnon.i ami ine ah. fruit, vegetables. can only enme with tint imprisonment unvet an.. ..ryamsw.io enurcn.-abundantly produced and so recklessly out your truty swatter. i or death of kitms. If Germany was n the mirKin cnarge. u.ed in Garrard County "Zimmie," the wise owl, saja a dose republic and the people had n sav the nil pasiors, superinientieius, oioer Th.t Committee asks the ullicers and teachers are ilelegates and of hoe handle medicine once n day will war would end in thirty days. of everv woinaii, that its part as a fac Other delegates tor expected to attend. keep )tu in health ami potatoes. in bringing tn pass the great ' desire economic movement, now before us. .TliiiMii'ii tnitt tiurt.rit iim u. urnim- - will be welcome but especially , Wouldn't it Iw a good plan to round "UI us that v e may soon have to adopt shall be a real sen ice to Our Country up the loafers ami make them enlist Of nil garden substitutis , ... in Through the courtesy of the press drafting into service men who meatless days. before ill rLILAlIUNj for meat, beans come nearest to tilling Midi ar.icles will appear in this column ure at work'.' ai may be of Interest and help to the KCStrVC UiUCCTS MlOUld Kfport To Th.. .had., .if the oM aimle tree. Ilillv veuetable" ill tirotem. the chief food 'or home keeper. It IS tuggested that Halls back steps and the park wall element in meat. Therefore beam John M. Farra. these be clipped from the Ittcord and kept fur reference. have seen there last days in a loafing are being urged for the garden and Mr. John M. Farm has received A suggebiion of prime importance is farm this year. place, says Policeman Herroii. mil ice of bis appointment as liranch that all cans and Jars for fruit or vegfor Garrard and Lincoln etables be ateriliZid not merely washChairman county, to receivu applicants for the ed with dish-raif and rinsed in clean Military Training Camp for llio.-who water, but immersed in cold water, desire to join u.o tiiat ten iIioumiiuI of placed Ukiii the range and biuughl to u corp., from wunii boil and kept at this leinperatilio fur the onicein' otllcers for the new utiny of one mil twenty minutes, l'erhapa half the Under Hie failures in keeping canned fo'idj reiult lion men will bo chosen. is the month to look after your little Chicks V-- regulations, applicants who are. ac- fruii. this first imperfect slip. ci cepted will ripoit ut Fort Benjamin Of equal impoitaiice it is to use only and start them aright. 'Jl Harrison, in Indiana, about May llilh. such truits or vegetuiiles us aie perfectly freaii and that have been careYou can do so by buying a specially prepared fully handled. On lhee two things CAMP OPENS hang all the success of thu canning Camp Dsnitl Boone Will Be Opened For operation The Committee begs that no lime bo Boys On June 15th. lost In the work usjlgned the housewhich starts them in a good healthy condition Itegin with the lint fruit Camp Daniel Iloone, at Marble Creek keeper. for summer growth. Ii on the Kentucky river, conducted by that has so bravely pushed ils way m the liojs' Work Committee of llio thiuugli the cold hard earth in this After feeding this for ten or twelve days, we W managing board of the State Young month of May have for them the noted THE I'lE PLANT. fl1 Men's Christian Association, will bo opened June 15. The camp will re- - To can without cooking, cut plant with main in operation until 'August 13. llurp knite In one inch pieces, pack Set Only a limited number can bo accom closely in sterilized mason jar. You will sec this in the window at modated at unu time and applicants for Jul in bucket and pump water from ( adniissldn are requested to send In their cistern till jir and bucket ure Tilled. Expense Then screw on top while under water. names os early as possible The fruit accounts for a week's stay have been and tlu process is ended. . ....AU ..ttA.l.... I .. fl TUnJ will keep us fresh as when gathered If tit dediring to attend the camp khould care has been taken. Goosberrles are canned exactly the Work Secretary, Y. M. t rfSl no,ify same way A. uuiiuing, i.exiiigioii. s I I'"-""' I I SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE Irvm Cobli. who was an evu witness to Hi" German Invasion of lielgium, who in .o wit I'ssed the Germanic of the northern part of France has the following to say )t the feeling nnil sentiment' of Germans: "The German, lit has recently been oliofi'ti, is nuHlher dramatic nor He is n gri edy winner and he ii a bad loser-- a most remarkable bftdfyner. Good sportsmen would not hae broken lielgium into bloody hits hecaue lielgium stood between them would and their goal; got.d not have sunir the Hj inn of Hate, or muJ'' "(:,,t Str"f'" K,K,iin',!" ,h,,ir battle cry: good H)ttsmeii woulil not avell or sunk the iav0 snot j.jlth I.uitariia. Good sportsmen would not i,,...,. cked the heli.less men and bojs of a conquered and a prostrate land oir as capt!es into an enforced servitude worse than AtTricun slavery; would not wantonly hae wasted l.a Fere and Ctiauny and Ham, and a hundred other French towns, as thev did last month, for no conceivable reaton than that they must surrender these towns back into the hand of the enemy; would not, while ostensibly at peace with us. have plotted todislroy our industrial plants and to plant seeds of sedition among citizens, and to disour foreign-bormember our country, parceling it out to a brown race in Mexico and a yellow race in Japan. Good sports do not do theoe things, and Germany did all of them. That means something." swrts-manlikn HASELD a.. Lancaster. NO SCHOOL til J i BROS. Kentucky CENSUS TAKEN THIS YEAR The last legislature changed the law, permitting the school census to be taken every other year, instead of Preparing for an emergency every year as has been the custom Like Gaines Insurance, heretofore. For this reason there will t Protecting the American people. be no school census taken this year. ' Life Insurance more than essential Fire Policy makes home a certainty A protected family mean THREE MORE Home Sweet Home. u. s. FOR SALE. THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENY. PHYSICAL TESTS. Three more of our Lancaster boys have passed successful physical examinations for the Officers Reserve Corps and are now waiting orders to report at Fort Hrnjamin Harrison for training duties. All of these boys have had splendid college training at the State University and we predict they will all get by with gcod marks at the end of the three months training. They are Messrs Carl Acton. Ector Lawson and Ilradley Bourne. Complete stock of merchantable groceries. Mr. H. D. Lee having arranged to go into the Milling business, we oiler for quick sale his stock of groceriei at less than the present whole sale cost. This is a good stand. Kent reasonable. Consult at once. Lancaster, Ky. BUGGIES, II i! rtl e j&k. "Sir - "5ab) Chick Food" Chick gl 5! Lancaster. They are selling fast and you can get a great bargain while they last. Come at once. top Buggies ever shown in We have the best closed uggies "Purina Food'.' Surrey's i W. J. Romans I t The Central Record, Thursday, May 10, 1917. Automobile Necessities -- AT -- Stormes Drug Store. Casings and Tubes. We have too many and will sell 30x3 Gray Tube 52.05 30x3 Red Tube --a for the to men interested In agricultural Ienlng Mr, GeofTroy Morgan, State Agent of Federnl Farm Extension work, gave the club a talk on agriculture Btid what clubs in the rest of Ken- -' tuckv are doing. Mr. tills Kercher. fill nf wtntcrcrorn, thymol, rlTfrln and ether InKtrslh'tits computmilM from the College of Agriculture nf the In proper irnHirton Into thn 1). Ii. I. ' University of Ky. also has addressed Prrvcrlptlnn tins now ttir unhprtni suffprfrii In rrllMlrnr kln fntorlto of akin the boys on how to raise corn, pigs, iHeii.i It Is a mllil uimri Hint penrtrnt.-IIip pores nnl elves In.tnnt relief from nil chickens, liiinbs, calves Mid all other Mirnlne and Itrhlnir. It kills nnil nmh s things raised by the club. ecrms nml Its fit the pinnlnc ltoa Oils Soothe IZZ) ' 1 1 " " "- - Skin Disease Nnnnally's Candies. cr(TiC J T mm Ice Cream 1'ailor. r I . mrw W av -- s mL ar-- nettling oils quickly heal tha InOamr.l llt.nos. UnicKltls urn clnit to rortimmcnil Oils ontlilni:, roollncllipilil. I.V, .'.tie nnil l.i. Come in ii. nml wo will tell you more ittiit this remnrkahle remoilj our money kirlc iinlestlinrt bottle relleTes you. I. Ii. I. Soap kcrpi your tkla bcallby. about It. Tests. Grades In tinier tnmake an accurate estimate of the spelling ability of children, the teachers of the grades, two to eight inclusive, have given the Ayers Spelling Test during the last few weeks. The Avers Test, worked out under supervision of Dr. Leonard P. Ajers, of the Russell Sage Foundation, of New York Citv. consists of IimkI nf the most common words fount! in the Eng lull Lnnguage, words that children In from S to I t use most frequently. order to get a measuring scnle. these words were spelled by 70,0011 children in SI different cities throughout the country am! the results carefully tabulated and reduced to per cents, then to present $11.55 12.0.1 D-- 30x3 Casing CashifJ 33x1 Casing 31x1 Casing Skin Itcmcity HMaaaaHiLancaster. Ky. It, E. Mcl'nberts. Professor Canecr Goes to Stanford f ,1 Wm. TV 1 Wm For 15 Years the Standard .k NUNNALLY'S 2.nrjW 30x3h Gray IiiboSOLyly 30x3 is Red Tube 3.55 Candies Specinl Ice ('renin for this S 21.20 22.25 Schrader Tire PresSave sure gauges. your tires by knowing they are properly inflated. Cementless cold patches in flat tin boxes at 25 cents. None better. MOSLER STANDARD SPARK PLUGS 25 TO 65 els. These plugs are perfectly reliable nud are used iti all good cars Stiprema Auto Engine Oil at 50c to GOu 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. N'c furnish GASOLINE, nt an attractive price. ! Kellogg Quick, Easy and Powerful Compound Tire Pumps Best Pump on the Market. Electric Head and Tail Lamps 25 & 30c Wool Dusters that don't scratch 75c. Chamois Polishes. Skins-Sponge- Dustless Dust Cloths 25c. Metal and Body Top Dressings ami Body Varnishs 10 to 50cts. elden, Paul Professor M. L. C'nneer, Principal of the Richmond High School, formelly Superintendent of Lnncrstcr schools, has been elected Superintendent of Stanford I'ublic schools. It Is gratify ing to t'rotessor Caneer's frierds in Lancaster to know of Ins having land ed the Stanford Superintendency. We congratulate Stanford on securing the services of this splendid man as super- "scores". These 1000 words have been spelled intendent of her schools. by our children and the results tabulated, showing the following results, Commencement Speakers. Grnde No.words Aj ers Score Lan. score I'rof. C. C. Freeman, Professor of I.1! II M hi English Literature in Transylvania HI SS 73 St College, Lexington, has accepted an IV S3I SI M invitation tn deliver the address to the V Ml MS K gra luating class on Wednesday even7Mi VI S3 M ing. June 13th. The school is fortunate VII tSRl S7 St in being able to get Professor Freeman VIII Ml IM W for this address. A v. W.. Av. W.7 Professor Freeman is well known and Total I7LD 15(1 Evplanatlon-GrBt- le 'J spelled liked by Lancaster people. He is es All second pecially popular among his students wonls during the tests. two of whom are teachers in the high grade children of the St cities spelled chool. Professor Hopkins studied un 150 words, making a score of Si, while der Professor Freeman at Georgetown the second grade in Lancaster scored and Mis Oelcamp at Transylvania. SI. This shows that Lancaster children Comparisons There are other former students of are up to the standard. Transylvania in the community who can be made through all of the grades, will be delighted to know of Professor which show that in all grades, except the second, the Lancaster school chil Freeman's coming. The Ilev Horace Kingsbury pastor of dren spell better on an average than the First Christian church of Danville, the "O.OtiO, tested in making up the has been invited to preach the sermon scale. to the graduating class on Sunday, The teachers are pleased with the re June 10th. but has not definitely ac- sults. The next step is to teach the WOO words to the pupils who took the cepted yet. test. Honor R.tl High School -- A short time ago the 100 worst worst" were given the high Grade Two James Watson, Owen Young, Garnett Fothergill, Shirley school pupils as a test of spelling ability and the results compared with the Dennev. results of the same test given the Pallloyle. Grade The folmer (Mass.) High School. Grade Six Eugenia Dunlap, Morris lowing shows the results of the twe Swinebroad, Elizabeth Hagan, Margie tests: Montgomery, Helen Gullev. Jane Has. Grade Nn.pupilshignest loviest average Five-Lillian nick, l, Peach, Tutti Fruitti, Caro-nicChocolate and Vunilla. Meal Served Any Hour Telephone W. 1L DC O. KING, DC No 202. Prtiprittor DC DC SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, May 20th Southern Railway System Following Hound Trip Fates in cjfcctjtom Danville, Ky. to Louisville ... LawrcnceburK $1.50 $1.00 Sliclbyvillc Hnrrodsburg $1.25 $ .50 and Similar reductions to all IWo jfafioni brtwetn VaniiUc Ltxmaton and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sate. RETURNING No. 9 will be held for further at Louisville until 5:30 P. M. information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. Morrow, Anna Lee PolL Jud- KuthTajlor, Charles Ilourne. U U Protect your eyes with a Wilson Sun G We have them in all shapes ond colors at 25cts up. Grade Seven- - Mossie Criseillis, Pal. Lan. 18 Us si so 711 ill 23 15 31 ' IE RED BLOOD AMERICANISM ith Daniel, Anna Fae King, Lucille Schooler, Elizabeth Terrill. yn Eighth Daniels. Martha Ward Sweeney. Ilerlha Ilroadus, Eugenia Moss, Henry Moore. Not absent or tardy during the month of April: Primer Class Floyd Aldridge, George Spoonamore, Dorthv ltoss, Georgetta Walker. Sue Anna Drown. First Grade Huttie Denney, .Maurice Dudley, Mary Lee Dunn, Cnra Hud'on Schooler, Evelvn Tucker, Lillian Keller, Grade-Evel- 10 Pal. W Lan. 11 11 VI VI THE NATIONAL BANK OI: LANCASTER. Pal. Lan. Pal. Lan. it; 15 t7 Xt (VI yi St I i7 at 9.1 57 fi7 IS 7 Kt CapiUil A. $50,000. J. E. STOIJMES. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. DENNY. Cashier. b. J. U Gll.l., A. It. Urown, W. A. Whecldon, Maurice Hatfield. Agricultural Hub A IS COMING TO THE FRONT Itight now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and pound bodies. It needs them to keep. Old (ilory triumphant and unsullied in the mr. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nnthirg else could do, the importni ce of Rood health, loth us an and national asset. ltojs' Agriculturial Club has been it gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ollice, that everybody should guaid thtir health as u priceless possession. When you find yourself running down and not exactly key id 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-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or ineney hack If you'll do that, von will not experience the discomfiture of being sent hack huni for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the liver, kidiievs, Low els. Mulder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism ai.d nervousness. SCIENCE SOl'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only lOc a bar. 3 bars 5c. Try our COWIIOV LINIMENT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc. "5c ami 50c bottles. orga ized in the school by Garrard County's very competent county agent, Mr. W. 11. Ilogers. Mr. Kogers is expecting some good crops an H putting Ins best effort forth to make the club a An election of odicers was success. held at which J. Val Cook was elected president and George A. Swinebroad, secretary. The following is the list of Members: Clayton Arnold, Elgin Ilroadus, llasil Ilroadus, William Carpenter, S. D. school. Cochran Jr., Nelson Conn, Charles -- Lancaster High School Bulletin. Conn, Jell'erson Conn, Val Cook, J. Gordon Doty, Francis Elliott, Neal Elmore, William EmLry, J. It. Hasel-deGale Doty. Itkliard Henry, W. II. Kinnaird, llradlev Long, Henry Moore, Robert II. Noland, Joe Cabell Itamney, Homer Uice, William Stevens, James W. Slier, Paul Stapp, Marrs Swinebroad, (Jeorge A. Swinebroad. John William Tinder and James Tinder. Since the organization of the. club, the lioys have had the pleasure of list- I Palmer II. S. 12 pupils, average SI 5. Lancaster II. S., 7.1 pupils, average Kl. It is ditlicult to judge the spelling ability or the high school pupils in either school because of a lack of data for comparison, but the above results. show that of the two schools, the Pal-- ' mer pupils are the better spellers, and that th tenth grade of the Lancaster school spells better than pupils of other grades. However, this test is of less value than the Avers test given the pupils of the grades, two to eight. The handwriting of each pupil in' school has been measured by the Avers Writing Scale. The score is unusually low, but we have no data for compari son. Ilowevir, we hope tn make it similar test Hi writing next year tn determine the progress of Lancaster We also hope to give other children. standardized tests us tune permits, in order to find the weak pointH in our. , It DENNY. President' It. 1. jMHItV, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Alex Boxes YOUU For Rent. IIL'SINESS. I). Cochrun, Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. ,'J I 1 It CI Collections Bills and Claims of all classes are collected by our System everywhere. We make nlisoluti-lno tluirUe iiiiltftlieiudiiuy isacttmlly paid tu 011 or us. fi! I Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to I fi I iim'ttipiti! our proposition I 0k The Sanders Mercantile Coy S. Sa.iders, Manager. Ollice 1st lloor lliatlley lllilg. West nde Lexington Agency St Phone 2i I Fttriitlu.--s' PtjJJsh 1 STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC 1r Dakoto 372!-3- )I Jack-White-Mo- on U!tl,!S';i ItliSl ! 1. . s.r iv., . .. West llroadvvay. LOUISVILLE. KY. "Ui In ! . n:i 1 , , 1 tl r .s, ! H . .11 It I ! H t. Coughs Worse at Night "1 ui 1C".t an V V li I I Jacob SchulzCompanyl Incorporated, The aimplcit and quickest way to get rid of a wearing, racking night cough, tickling throat, Loartc, vtbteiy breath log U to take i's.t Foley's Honey and Tar. the piue tar and other healing ingredient!, together with the mollifying uuj laxative action of honey. Editor C T. Miller. Caantllon. In J. (Eo- aulrcrl wrltetl "t wu troubled ttita tiroo- chut affection and rouibetl cou.i.otly Jay and until. loot roicv nooey auu i ar sua lot r. ticl. It Ii treat lor bronchial cold. aoi coufha." La frtpp. aoti broocblalcouah... croup, boaraa-nUckUoi Ibioat, ar. all uuitUy relieved. Sold Everywhere. r To llv en- lion or ouc money wilt 11 tli taa.vr to use. .. rr.oons a ., vuttii r liili-lit.- .' (Ji 111 r 1. . Ill 'i an J life ? Is doing Diaw A Check for tltc money yonovc and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors L'nrd von. 1ms rc- - rin Tliov like to do liusinuss with 11 man who la it, you get the curative Influence ol an account at Bank & the Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- F Garrard Trust Co. All Occasions. Prompt Attention or 83. All Orders Receive lirrajtlrtae. tjLllr" ?lTtlS,VJ3p... tTXTvV$& Hetter business In a busiresH They know he open such an account even if your alfairs are not large. They will grow all right. like way. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. J. F. Holtzclaw 6t Son. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday, M ay 10, 1917. years, son nf Mr. and Mri. 0. I'- - Huffman, of this citv, passed nwav at the home of his parents on Friday nllit after n Ioiik illness of chronic nephritis. Deceased bad a host of friends, beint! He of a cheerful, happy disposition. is survived by his heart brokf n parents, Funeral two sisters ami six brothers. services were conducted at the home on Sunday afternoon at H o'clock by Uev. 1'. I.. Hruce followed by interment in 2 NMiEST-N- FcARDS. Oflicf ilwicetheweight j Tnr;rowiii!c lly(rmircfiitliiiiiuit I atsixweeKs'. ,vj soitictliini; IiciIJci grain. JT Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. t Rainey Livery Stable. Purina Chicken Chowder '" tlis clement In which LnncnsUT. Phone Olllre Hours Knitiiuky n HI mm I. - -nl ;ra!n ii ihf.ciitit makes Isme, bloo,!, (calliT!, rxrvn.anil i..n K i i ai directed, i. i nitli ,,, 7t(,9),In, !: H in. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheel Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office . ar1 ncvnLoPMCNT Cit MONCY BACK Itia .j,trtstlnr laihl.tint lit i I'alilc .c r?urantce DOUBLE In cticcfccrloftr4 Lac. Mufinn HnltdlUKuti'i Hurt A Atirte oii'f nf nlttirr Pltitf KKNTllf KY, I.ANCASTKR, mother. Mm. Mnrv (Jarnett at Cave The numbers of tho Woman's Club ar putting forth every elTort to make it a City. MIm Sallie llurdttle was the week lireat success, Mrs. Hhelton M. Snulley was hostess end guest of Miss Jean Sanders nt of the Kook Club and n few of her Richmond. The Mrs. .1nrvln Adams, of Lexington, friends on Tuesday afternoon. lias been tln guest of her mother, Mrs. house was beautifully decorated and Mrs n delicious Ice course was served. Annie New land. Saufley will leave shortly for her new Mrs, Pcrmellii llrown dad the mishome at Richmond and it will be with fortune In full from h chair lint week much regret that Stanford society will breaking her hip, give her up. Mra Willintn (!. Pcpples, of Coving-- t Mrs. Ilelle I'eikius anil sou, Leo )ii has returned home after h visit to Perkins, were called to Canton, Ohio her tnutlii'r. .1. II. Ilmris. Friday on account of the serious illness Miss Mm' Phelps, nf Richmond, who of Walter Perkins, who met with an has li I'M tin' put'St of her aunt, Mrs. awful accident there on Thursday It, ('. Dicker, has returned home. night. Mr. I'erkms was employed in some electrical house at the time of Little Miss Marta Ann Fish has Masters the accident. Later news received that from tin' measles. lluilx-r- t anil I.. V.. Kisli now have them. !one lunb had to lie amputated. ' I O PEACE. the Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men mid Hds. HeM liy h'very pnir giuirntiUTil ttt G. C. COX, Manse.Ky J. A.BeazIev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllre Ou r National Hank. .Residence I'hone :i Oli'ce Phone "7 LANt A ST Kit, KV. Mrs. Mattie Nevius has been nt ("reek for several ilays with lier daughter. Mrs. J. K. Iluck. Mr. Buck has hern ill. Stanford is at taut freed nf Hop Stands. The two that have been operated on Depot street by Matt Martin ami W. A. Harney were closed last For Snle by week. M. S. Ilaughman, who was taken to Lexington some weeks ago 'or an operation for appendicitis and recoverSTANFORD ed arid will six n be able to brought home. After the operation a case of Mi N'ancv Ycager wm in Lexington measles developed mill his stnv was tin' last of the wick. prolonged. All Dealers. Much interest is being manifested in .nl week mi I usiness. Die Chautauqua that will be here May Mr Am le Carter of Junction City. 27 tn 11 The Lincoln Chautauqua Co.. H the I'lifst of Mrs. II. D Carter will he here this .war mid promises to fif her be the best ever presented in Stanford Mr- - J S. Itic. I" the Kin-i- t I Ir F.. ,1 llinwn In Lancaster Kdilor S. M. Saufley came from Richmond Saturday to spend Sun-- I day with bis family. Mr. Sauflov is very much pleased with Iticemond and his family will join him ilia few week". Mrs. C. Hays Foster and little daugh-- i tcr, Jane Murrell. have returned home after a visit to her parents. Dr. and Mrs. O. I'. Nuchols at I'ineville. J. N. Menefec. went to l.cilisvillu last week and took the examinitloti to enter the Ollicers' Reserve Corps and passed a satisfactory examination. Mr. Menefee took the oath and was ordered buck to Stanford tn await further orders and later ordered to un to I ort llenjamin Harrison, where be will be Sam in ti limine for three months. Kmhrv Jr. now a student at C litre College, also took the examination and passed. WiPum llruce Huirmai, aged 3 There's no peace and little rest for the one who sutlers from a bad back. and distressing urinary disorders. Lancaster peeple recomended Doan' KidneV Pills. He guided by their exp erience. W. S. Carrier, merchant, Public Siuare, Lancaster, says: "I bad (lull becknehes that bothered me during the night and I used in v kidneys acted Irregularly. the lluiralo Springs cemetery. at Doan's Kidnev Pill, procured Storms' Drug Store and the backaches GUNNS CHAPEL. anil other signs of kidney trouble left Mrs. Tom Dailej is ill. me. I have bad no return of tumble." 1'iice '41c. at all dealers. Don't sim Mr. Charles Land has enlisted in the U. S. Army. remedy get ply ask for a kidnev same that Mrs. Allen Tenter is in Lexington for Doan's Kidney Pills-t- be an operation. Co, Mr. Currier bad. Mr. and Mrs Ambroe Calico were Props., lluiralo, N. Y. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar liaySui.-dahome Poor Ridge Saturday und Sunday. J Foster-Mi'bun- Mr. (iooden of K. K. S. N. lias re- Mr. ai d Mrs. Kd. Clark and Mr. and turned tn Richmond after a visit to Mr. Mrs. Hiram Land of Marksbttrry were Oti Ray Hogie. here Sunday guests of Mr. ard Mrs. Ray, Miss Nettie Frank Land. Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Olsby and Rugan conducted a Rav and Mr. John Land motored to mtetlug at the Methodist church hers Nicholasville. Wednesday. Mr. (leorge Calico was it guest of lastTuesday. Arrangements were mad Hay on for the reorganizarion of the Sunday Messrs. Aimer and Ualstoit School. The attendance Sunday was fo. i J31 i-- - quite a success at liuckeje. The attendance was i:i with a collection of Dourbon Poultry Remedy $l.l!.j. The Adult llible Class was the I.IJ l I .11 banner class with 1 in attendance with A few ilrftns In tlin collection. Let's make every imiMni; wairr runs Day. " Sunday oi ror.nuit itlirir' f.ii'll'n-enlwlili- e ?OneDrop was Ijflf r.a '(io-To-S- illva-e-- rr aliiirMsorlirmail tKelinlil. HUH' " ''" J EDI CO.. lllirf 111. If. lOJIiai It Sol.i by R. K t)ne Wi t buttle tl kes II callniiHi.r nuillrliie. At ilmn - PKKAC11KKSV1LLK Roth Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Miller have both been ill, but are better. Mrs. II. It. Thornton is expected from Fairhope (iu., to visit her pureuts here. Mr. C. P. Anderson of Stanford is making a cistern for Mr. P. H. Thompson this week. I). Palmeter, pastor of the Rev. John Jl. (!asey, (rii'ltintt1 ). V. Jl. Veierinary burgeon. iiicitiiiati rolled DANVll.LK. - M. .1. KIINUJCKV PA'I'kICK, CO Paint Lick. Kontuckv Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberls. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Culls wiswert'd Surgeon. i: church at Lancaster, preached at the Methodist church here Sunday night to a large crowd. Mr. J. M. Cress bought from Mr. Josiah Anderson, near Stanford, a 7 year uld horse mule for $155; Sold a pair of three year old mules to J. II. Poyntei foi $35; also one pair of 7 year old horse mules to T. C. Rankin for $350. Tho pie supper here Friday night j was a decided success. Over$U8. were realized. Tho Drake's Creek Fanners Hand was un band and gave teveral selections in u very creditable manner. Proceeds of the supper were for the benefit of the band. Mr. R. (J. Pettus sold to Colcord Coal Co. of Jarrolds Valley, West Va.. old hor a spunking good team of mules for about $535. These were re cently bought by Mr. Pettus from Mr. Taylor House, of (Jarrard, and wen considered the best mules in threi counties. M. I I I I , I iiiiit Lancaster. priMiiptly. ilav or I'hoiic :id:i Kentucky. J.E.EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-M Make Us Responsible For Your Tires You don't have to "shop" among tire dealers to get the exact tire you want, nor buy one make of tire for your rear wheels and another make for your front wheels; but you can get exactly the tires which will give of service among the live you the of United States Tires. different types And then you can hold one company the United States Tire Company responsible for the result, which is much simpler than trying to fix the redif-- . sponsibility on two tire companies through two ferent dealers. There are five to choose from, one for every need of price and use, and every one a tire of supreme service and lowest-cost-per-mi- BUCKEYE, KY. SATISFACTION The big 3 combination when Insured 5-1- in The D. A. Agency Thomas. Also 0 6 20 Year Farm Loans. A M won't hurt me' cause ''' That's be- iJn with Calu- - M M KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 Received Mifchett Aw.rd. lly Chester Peavine IllSt by Rex Pea-vin- e "'y by Rex McDonald. First dimi Hora Carter SH'J by Red Sipnuel Kl by lllack H(UUIi'l. I don't hllppose there is n belli r bred horse in Kentucky than Kentucky Ceiitleman. He has been one of the most Muecessful horses in the show iihk that this county has produced in yearn. ll, is uitt the iil'Iii size for a middle horse mid his lust cults which are four yearn old now ate showing the saddle i.i.lla nirelv. ' Tim Auto bas put the light driving horso out of business tu a certain extent, but you don't have any troubls in selling n aaddle horse. 1 am going to oiler the services of this great horse at the extremely low price of $1C to insure. I am giving vou for $15 what most men would A.ni,i fir, to $10 for. send Do vou umircciate ilT If your best mares to the. court of Ken-luck- y (iiritliinun and let him get you a nice colt. A Tire or F.xtry AVrJ oj Vrict and Use United Koih' 'A'eyu ruiV 'I'hin' Statsslrss Cord' 'Usco' Are Good Tires United Stitet Tubrs athl lire Aetestorits Have Ail the SterUnj Worth W IlVjr that Mule United Sutcs Tirei Supnmt, f3 Cheap and big can Uaking Powders do not save you money. Calumet does It's pure and Ux superior to tour milk and soj. 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. J. NEVIN CARTER Stanford, Ky. REX G-ARAG- E, X-ANCA- STER, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, May 10, 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED. HEALTH WARNING To The Citizens of Lancaster: Surinf is now here and with it coming the deadly Rerm carrier, THE FI.Y. has arrived. Clean tip your places and keep them clean and destroy the breeding places for Mies. All citizens who have not provided the'r premises with septic tanks, must make Oieir privies lly proof, and thus prevent tlies from carrying germs from these places to their dining room tables. Now don't wait for the Health ollicer to come around and older vol) to clean up, but do this for your own protection and the protection of the community in which you live. I .ft everybody observe the lirst rule of nature, look out for our own The deadliest foe to humanity, he..!ili is disease terms and ipjite a number of diseases can be prevented by eleanll-nt'?- s. Let in at home be patriotic, while some of our boys have gone to the front to light for the honor of America, let in who are left behind, light the common enemy, "Preventable Diseases", and by so doing lender serpreserving vice to the commonwealth the lives end health of those whose So lives have been entrusted to m. clean up your premises ami keep them clean. The Health Ollicer will make you n visit soon. HUNDREDS TELL hsued Weekly. tl.uo a year. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. EI.KIN. Local Editor nnd Snlcrcd t the Pmt onics in I.kiic Second Cl Moll Mnller J. OF EXPERIENCE Kentuckians All With Modifications. III Hip world today Is n piece of land. Hut ii good deal di penils on whether ymi hold a first or u third mortgace. ItutTiibi Times. The best security MiJr, trr. Kjr., Over Slate Meat Preserved Without Salt. Lean pork strips are without salt In Spain. Deer, bufTiiln, caribou, bear, gnat and tlinn meals ore presered In much the same way. The Balanced Life. Member Kentucky Press Association and Find Tanlac Great Help. HEW TONIC GAINS FRIENDS Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., May 10, 1917 Kiery iniili ktinn when ho Is foH lug his best. That Is tlie time when he has bud i'iiiuii:h of work and of play. Peeling lit Is it tign that )ou lire lending the balanced life. About Glue. Oltii' may be innile waterproof by soaking It In water tilt It heroines llipild mid then lidding painters' nil. Keep it lii n warm placo till the remaining water has rapirntcd, Mother's Last Stronghold. Thank linn en tin- miiltlpllcntlnu table doesn't thamre! It Is ,'.e only thing left that mother learned when she went to school wblili she ean now speak without her children correcting - Rates For Political Announcements For l'rccinct and Citv OIIi:es . . .$ 5.00 HUH) "or County Ollices tor State and District Ollices. . 15.00 10 for Calls, per line 10 Tor Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per .. line Obituaries, per line 10 05 We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 191". ' Coualy School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE HlGfitNS. County j Court Clerk. J. O. UOG1E, JEPTIIA ONSTOTT. J. W. A. DOTY. BUUCE I.AWSON. Assessor. E. B. KAY. It is now n ;oViim nlilintinn hmhi every f.irnuT to Mr tliat Ins c rn is oultivntcil, n an to niakr evuy rain count ami iHil its "Yes." said the ,oiing wife proudly, Tlit' eyes of iUv w hole world arc turnrtl toward thr Aincriran snmelhlng i Npcn "father nhv ii s sle when lie makes presents.'1 "So I IfartniT and upon him falls thr rcstMiiihlllty of not only snppliu Iiih dWcmerisl when be gae you away' 'o.vii roiiniry with enough to cat, hut the Allied countries arc depend-i'iui- ! LOST: On May Sth , "Sigma Phi" pin, " rejoined the oiiug: liusbnnd. And Willi about the size of a nickle, with pearl upon In in hIm In view of tlioe couditieus v letomcs the Mihinti (JenrKe Hay. ii large, slch he toiitltiued U.l.i:v STATION settings. Kewurd if left u this oltice. farmer utilisation for every farmer to the very best cultivator to make "fur mure than n viar I In audit the monthly bills of his 2t. I w..k troubled with my stomach half. Stra Stories, jhis laud produce the utmost. would wake tit night wltti ernmps. Get one of these cultivators while they last After three little uf Tanlac m tiui.uti never Wither me. Taiilae MEASURES OF CONTROL Is a nTvut tiinte." tertulnly REPORT Of THE GCIIOIIION CTKIMieNSIIl'IKl I.Iki Ynimu, No Need to Tell Him Hundred of KeutiieMnns iln n l lies It ut t In come out piiblltly In praise of Tiiiil.ie Men and women In ew-rpart of tlie state have IicIihiI ImiU t" good fieri I r lij tills new tolili'. Here are Jut a few of the hundreds of stntenients made by people of tlie lllue (!ras Slate In regard tn '".Hilar HAI.Yi:itSVII.I.i: Niinrs J Uowtri. "1 nn troubled with my Moniiuh and rheumatic painn. My iiiimrlfM were xore and my food didn't sirni to Sliiiv taking T.iiiIih- - food doesn't disturb my Mym.ich and the pains have dlsapix-ureTunluc l surely a nre.it niedlrlne." v Ufne. lumber llfP.NSIDi:- unsttpiitlon "Iteutl.irlic. nnd nertmi.rwM hud iium,I met to n that 1 mis unUt'ome so run-du- n able to noik. Tiiiil.lv wiih mom-menittto me by iM'Wrnl friends Now I can do u tlay'n work with atiy-Ikh- 1 her. That. - npcn-fat'c- bet-te- r ic I tntr-cha- FOR DOCK FALSE WORM Prepared by United States dtpartmcnt of ncriculturo A prccti worru, known ns the dock fnlo worm, which causes considerable damapo to apple crops, Is found throughout the northern section of the United States nml li noticeably prevalent In tho ftato of Washington. The Infect feeds upon certain succulent plants such ns tho docks, l.notwccds and bindweeds. When thee occur In an orchard tho worm makes Its way up tho trunk of the treo nml burrows luto the fruit, causing It to rot. There can bo little or no dancer from this Infect In clean cultivated orchards or In orchards where Its food plants do not Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CI.AHK. Magistrate District No. 2. I.OUAN ISON. County "Mj HMem hnd become sorun-dowI had trouble k'ettlim u jtutnl nlRht'H nle.-- i With my first tuttle of Tanlac I l ecHn to feel stronger, and 1 now sleep better Hum in KIl.tii IIK Joe W Cotton, fanner- "I enr and mil in in natural!) a n subject to ailments, nmuiili Hlltr beKinnlnK Tanlac I bao Irlt so much stronxer that I will continue iisIiik It uutlt ut) stomach feels euliiol) well.' Becker & Ballard. Financial Preparedness in tin1 l lilldl ir" Citizens National Bank OK Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. l.tsct! KKmM I It M . AT Till 'I Close of Business, May Kf KH 1st, 1917 Attorney. GHEEN CLAY WALK EI!, Sheriff. A. K. WALKKIt. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District, HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. j J. A. UEAZLEY. 110GAN HALLAUD. County Judge. J. I Ht'CtHii I 1' VI Tanlac is being introduced in Lan! HiUHl rttfMtlit 1' 'turr if caster at I!. E. McRoberts. I tl.M'ti at VKtllf t'llltttllHl d) i tw hank ul vt utihfti t lion) Tanlac may be obtained In the nearby pt r t Vitlur uf Imnkltnf cities. Puht Li:k, J. N. Metcalf; unit litit; Iri'iti pj'f"v,l !'" IttOUK" Hftlt III NfH Sfirh, Hecker & Ilallard; Little HIHl M. U'lil tt.tit Collier and Ilruner; lieren, Net n nit tm- Irum piuwd itxiu Hickman. c mil tnoUirrirvl-lttJi,VS. K. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Ntr unit Ui' (nun 1'iiikRHiist lnkStore; Junction City, Reynolds and vt intbtr tlimi iuliiiliMl l'i Uor.1" OttilT ''hii'k on r MHif Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; ni nr low ii h ttil hi tltMiik ri Crab Orchard, l.yne llros ; Iturgm, G. rrHctlottnl cnrrt'iu'jr, lit WU nnI rent In xtiiilt him! tut T. Schooltleld: Danville. John S. Wells, lawful IU moll te Lancaster, R. 1". McRoberts. and W. C JUtlk lit iluv fri.m ... (Adv) KlvmHlnli IimhI wltti v. Irtu West. Silver Creek. utvt mid iluc (rem i. 1ieuri r I Total c l t t 4) l t t hniiM-N-t tKilt-Ik. Iahu nml 4lii'imiiii frill l Ik, mi Uttil flit .ut wan organim!. It will If uliru iliiinj; In. shun1 lnnnl the iiwiiiilciitii iv of II. isli'ii Hy ilt'jxi.iti! iis li'vi-l m hi p ltr jour money w.lbiis opinK nml tri'iiKllirmriK it, lit nrt rriUlrnl to kri') n iIi mII with our Kmliriil ltHrvi' Hank h nirtn o uf nuir liH.nnif- - Willi 11. At tlie shiiii tunc nml without nut. ou luintii ilinrti Irotii I hi' systriu iiironls u." tin inotci-tlii- S)iyn Slntis ti nllj Iiikhi l" )i'iim u,i in i rrry Z lln Kiilrrii' itizni i t 3 TJ tT I .'1 I. Citizens National Bank UK I.AM ASTKK, KV. V. IU WON W. O. I'.ir.NKV, 11. ill i IVii!int As't C'Hsli'r w. r. t Ji K J J WAI Kl.lt. Vir.. Prn. J. Waikkh, Jr., Him.I, Kr. ier. t U MA.Mr, nhir. c Tlie work of ttift dock false worm In npplea Is shown l:i tho accompanying Illustration. I're ent! e method against this orchard pest, recommended by ttio United States department i'( agriculture, consists In bandlnc tho trees. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. Wc are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the action of the Republican Primary, August, 1917. j I.lAltll.lTIK.- -. WIRE price. Save you money. FENCE-Maki- ng a sjecial Conn Pros. (rtj lul itork pM in huri'ln funol l'nuiTi1..1 irut.U. U fiirrfiit i it'riitvft mill tHii'it rltl 'it'll m'iint tvr m foi Tnxr I iri'iilHfltie Niiti'iMittniulliikr tMiikfr Nrt nml ihif tf ''lik t III inttu-- ttmii litrlii'tt-ior ' i il For Assessor EUGENE UERKELE Former Ambassador Gerard tells a 0 Chicago audience Germany's plan was exist. However, where a perennial to whip France, England and Russia, cover crop such as alfalfa Is grown take the navies of those countries, in- other control measures must bo taken. vade America and recuvar from this Ullcleut protection may bo secured country the expenses of the war. by banding tlio trees with cotton batGermany ting or with bomo sticky substance. In "Of this I arn convinced. solemnly proposed to sack the United experiments by the department an States, rob it of the full cost in men, I tight lueh strip of cottou batting was women and money of its European war, placed about tho trunk of each tree with n cord about the middle. and hold this nation ut its mercy, while' and tied Tho upper half of the cotton band nan all Europe would have stood by and then rolled down out tho cord. Good grinned. results also wero obtained by applying "Therefore, when we entered into to tho trunks of the trees u bund of a this conllict we chose "between u war commercial sticky substance now for liberty and democracy and a Inch thick and three Inches wide. The wur later, alone and unready, for our lower limbs of the trees should bo kept well up from the ground, and any very lives". Mr, Gerard predicts that there will Le props used also should bo banded put on In the latter in Germany; that the' linuds should bo no revolution part of August mid left on until ufter Germans will not be starved, and Unit tho fruit Is harvested. the wai will be a long one between the j time of our entrance and its end. Spread the Manure. At a time when there is a rather Prom tho standout of tons-erringeneral disposition to believe the Its plant food about tho poorest plarn War will end soon, and that if the manure can be kept Is In n lit a p. writes) Allies do not end it, starvation in Ger- n correspondent of the Ohio Farmer. many, or revolution, willcacse collapse, It is likely to fermcut and In so doit is well that Mr, Gerard is touring ing It will lose nitrogen and organic the country and making informing matter, mid unless It Is pintccted from likely lo lo much lo.s speeches which will awoken Americans rains there Is In cxiierliiieuts at tho from leaching. to realization of the probable size of Ohio station manure stored In heaps the task they have been forced to un- from January to April lost 125 per ceut dertake. Courier Journal. of lis organic matter, 22 per cent of lt.i phosphorus, 51 per cent of Its potussl-unml SO k.t cent of Its nitrogen. The United States is forced into this While I would not midertako to say war for its own protection. It is forc- that there tiro no losses when It Is ed to protect his life and his property spread In the Held, they uio greatly from the midnight assault of an assass- reduced, as long tlmo experiments halo demons of tho deep who sneak proved. Tho greater part of tho leach-lug- s in. The nro promptly absorbed by tho soil up on an unarmed ship loaded with men women and children and sink it are no and are distributed whero they nro better than the assassin who sneaks in- wanted. to your home at night and shoots or Froztn Roots. stabs you to death while you are sleepItOots will not giro as good results ing. after they have been frozen as though they wero properly stored. They will not kill hogs or cattle, provided they I will be in Lancaster during the last are thoroughly thawed out before feed, do piano tuning and to figure lag. of May to If possible they should bo kept on general piano rebuilding. For ref- frozeu until just long enough before erence call Miss Shelby Mason, as I feeding so that they uiuy bo thoroughhave completed a piano for her. Orders ly thawed. After having been frozen left with her will be given my most they will rot very quickly after being thawed out, nnd much care should bo prompt and best attention. taken especially In feeding the cows Oscar E. Gurtney. Harrodsburg, Ky. (bat no siwlled beets be given them. HP, hT AT K or K Kill rkt.COt'NTY or ut tlit ulnur imml I. W. V rimnp. Old Furniture for sale. Fine Chest bank, fttt ootclttliU Chlrr nr tlmt t lit nUiip ttf hi ( t mt-n- t irtjr kho Itiliti' mid la trtie to tlit drawers and four bids Phone H'-U C CImhii. (Vlil-- l bvll r Vanhook Pros. tjl'rir (1 mi ft iMtru to If f or- - ma ttifa Mb, r ! mi) . Nt.nry I'nMic. L()ST;-Go- ld watch. Initials "J. II. Mv roininNtloti t: lTf Jmiunrji II, W J." Reward to tinder. ' Apply this ('iiHnl-All- ot: I J J "UKIK. I I. t. UllKIK. ollice. IHn'ftor. II F III iu Single Comb Drown Leghorn Eggs, Hi for 75 cents, 100 for Jt.bO CASH. Iiox Tti. Erie C. Farra. REPORT OF THE CONDITION PAINT-- We have u high HOUSE grade paint, also a medium grade. Prices are right. Conn Pros. FOR SALE; One pair 4 yenr old horse mules, eight nice stork hogs, G. 11. Svs inebroad. to Cerlidfatf nf ill Tot 4 L liirllii1iulilrioll fhH,k tilJtt loll lit "iVI ttf i: : CONORITEMK Let Me FigurelWIth You On Your Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION fiUAKANTKhl) I'HICrs Kh'ASCNAHI.I J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. LANCASTER, Ky .Q-ca-- '0 Telephone 192. , Eggs For Hutching: straju. 15 for STRAYED-Fro- Pure Ruff or Km for $5 W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. $1. m NATIONAL OK I. BANK, .ieiOiQi'.oi.QO'.O'.O'C'w IT o o?iqx3; ; tst Nil trs I IH.I.. It K my place May Ith. Illack mare, thin in llesli tail "bobbed" Reward for information. Hubble Phone. . Given Craig. (It I'd.) FOR Sale: A fumed uuk mission ihrary table. Good as new. Mrs. Woods Walker. old chicks. 5 bushFOR SALE-D- ay els uf cultivated hemp seed and two sows and pigs. Phone U8I F. Wulton E. Mos. FOR SALE: Tomato Planla Earliana, Poudeiosa, and Stone varieties. Also sweetl'epper plants toady in u few days days. Mrs. S. C. Henderson, Lowell, Ky. TheClose or Business. May 11917 Muhi- iihu. nml th.s't'lirtl$ UhMiCitrrH. :;u.o:i ti i;i.j;i io v.ooo NOTICE stauiling my thoroughbred Shorthorn bull at $1.0(1 cash. Win. Ray. Iliattsville, Ky. I is C. h. liomU iU i'tuvtt (it iciirc iti eu In turn (ar mIiiv i UllltT ttlMII V. h lrfl!ltJ i nut lM)titli!ir Ktui'kk) fi iit'il mi. pliilKf't MM "0 limik block nl ol iilt.erl(.U(.ti) hIupoI lUnkinic Iiimmv W Kiirulturi-mi- l tixtunNi't mm 'In- (ruin rvitri' N'l'W Vlrfk I'lill'MKO Hllll UlEflltM ill .... tl.MI .11 M l.'Mll- Svt mat tin from miiiroivil V'J agin iiiullivr rt , 1 1 mnt Miii' i run t'Miik uitii nmik'r i Inoloilfil Iti Uori'ti Oiiti'l rlifck mil "tin r Uvui fill w Krurtinniil uc), ulckflu ' t mi'l t Note of ntlitr Nutfoiul Itmiit.. In vuult mul tut mut t.Huhil due from rolrrul IUmiwi Umik Irt-lUnV nitioii Kmi'l ulili urcr hikI tin from C H.Iivm. ; to lnt! ."'."10 t0 inrofl .',U i f. unmu I.hv uu 1W.17H Foor3 Hero universal la Woodwork Furniture tho clcansiii; nnd beautifying agent r' 0 W 1.14 l,iM oi Hanna's h, Lustro-Finis- h lH ;Vmo f ipi,VO I" am Total i.!Aiui.nii:.s Knri'liiNfiiml t'lKllti'ii-- I'ronu. . UU.0O000 - l.'JI.i Amount rvtiri'il fur Un nnrutil Wanted a contractor to build one Clrciiutlnic Noti- tootittHiitli)tf hmikvr 9,ou W imiik mm Xvi Mtiionnt uiiti Ki U mile of turnpike on Wolf Trail road. (ntltr thmi lurludul In vuur Wl lutjvct 1iiUrMul Frank Land, Call on or phoni, locbt-cRoute No. 3. Phone 387-J- . Totnl km CONTRACTOR WANTED. Ia-- ttrtt currvnt mi'l fiinne. t tUl In- 31 17J I .'4 Everybody, everywhere has some need or other for Hanna's Lustro-Finisand best of all everybody can uso it. Child, man or woman, all alike, can soon learn how to apply this superior linUh to things about the house and make them beautiful and new. itntfiiH'iit U true tutbu bfl of ni kiioKlb H.C. likNNV. audUMvf, We have u limited amuunt of Choice i nnif r, n lfi.ra tnu 1, . F.tl. U..I.A.lt.u.l ....1 Cultivated Hemp Seed that we will djrol Myl17, W V Clump. contract and buy your 1917 crop of lint at $10. Get your urder In while they ConauT Altrit: ALKX It, IUNNY.1 S. S. S. Lumber Co. last. Director. J. K. hTnKMK- -. W.M.KUJQIT. ) NOTICE, MR FARMER. BTATKor KKNTl I'K Y,Cot'NT I, n. k i en n v, V i;4nivr OFll AftKAKDiBi oi inu mnivt Sold Jr CONN BROTHERS. The Central Record, Thursday, May 10, 1917. DOWN GO THE PRICES ON Mrs. 0. M, I'attprson is in Chicago for a visit to relatives. Mr It. it. Arnold of i'aris, spent tho vtek.end with h&tne.folks. Mr. Hrack Wallace of Mt. Sterling ' was the WHek end guest of Mr. T. K. Cecil and family. I I Summer Colds Weaken Prut ZlO ClA, ((IntlvM ID They nro even more tlangrrous than winter colds, for they Iiang on so long that they become chronic catarrh. Heat nnd dust aggravate them, cauw the infected surface to spread, and fill the body with nyslcmlc catarrh. Neglect costs health and energy. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West, and Mrs. Alex Walker, motored to Lexington yesterday for the day. Mr. Adolpli Joseph his leturmd from a buisihess trip to (.'inciniiHti, where he went last Sunday. PERUNA EXPELS CATARRH more it builds up the arakrnrd Fyslcm, regulates the digestion, removes the inflammation, ovi rcomes tho poisons of catarrh.nnd all over. Forty-fou- r yeart of success, proves ita great value, of which thousands gladly testify. Accept the verdict of two gencratiins yourself. Don't lie swaged by prejudice, when your health is ats.uko. Tako 1'eruna and get well Liquid or tablet form, whichev is the more convenient. The Peruna Company, Columbus, Ohio It docs I UOIES SUITS CHOICE Mrs. J. It. Mount has returned from a delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. j.M. WiImiii. of Howling (ireen. j I $19.98 $16.98 The Assortments are now good. Styles are the best. See them before they are picked over. A to iiM msm o a to I j Mr. and Mrs. S. II. MeMakin nf SimpHonville, Were re-e- nt intors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold. Mi-- s Miller, who lias ehurge of Mix Minnie Ilrnwn's Millinerv, is in the ic itl"S pur basing a new line of tumtner millinery. I m J . j is in Louisville this week attending the meeting of the Kxecu- tive Committee of the Kentucky Press It L. Klk 111 a a to ners kit In Having leased the Lancaster Mills, on July 1st we will be open for business. We want your trade nnd will be in the market for your Asfociation. ' Mrs. Idas, itankln and little son, , Charles Itankln. Ji. have been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hen llamon1 III Message pay little more to Ladies who are willing than "popular prices" secure Somerset. ' Mr. Hubert H. Arnold has rcturntil home in I oloradu Springs. Colo . lift, r a viit to Ins parents, Mr. ami Mrs J. A Arnold. tj his Corn, Wheat and Hay, jj$ shoes that are considerably better in style, fit and wear, than ordinary ones. We respectfully invite your inspection of our Ladies Idistinctive - Mrs. J. W. I'umphrey. who has been, quite sick for several winks, is veiy much improved and her many friends hope to see her out real soon. Mr It I.. Klkm and Misses Marv Ht.d paving you the highest market prire. This mill is practically new, with nil machinery nnd considered one of the best in the country. W'e propose to sustnin the reputation it has made in the past, by producing the Mm s a i ' at $3.00 and up per pair. : 2. TE JOSEPH MERCANTILE C The One Price Store. ir.,vi::o!.ir,rl,otrBouRBON Carrie Keid motored to Crab (Jrchatd St!inlav to meit Mi's Anne itenl. sio- ping to pav ".Ma Willis" a short vhii. Dr. Carmen and SHrn Denny brought a sample of ihh to town on their wav to I'aint Lick from Itockastle where j the had been for their annual outing Mr. nnd Mrs. I'rank Marksburv n tertaintd i.t a six o'clock dinner Weil nosdav in honor of Mr. anil Mrs. U e a id Mr. ai.d Mrs. Land of liichmor 1. lodi.inn. Mr. and Mr. Yhon. Currj a,-- "n- -' twor.d-Kitthe bndai part' as far as Lexington Tuetdav. Mr. ami Mrs Kite left from that place for u. pani-- 5?st Flour and Wed! that it will be possible for any mill to turn out. W'e a:.k the of our friends in the n unty liromising in return the highest market price for your .'rain anil hay W'e will Ik-- in the market for several hundred barrels of corn, in a few veeks. Mr Alex Walker still retains d initrest. the-- other bavino, :i;cu ti)Krii over by II I) and John T. Hicks. Suliiilin;' vour patronage and support, we are. respectfully one-thirtwo-thir- ie House of Quality. hog cholera remedy;;;; I I Gossip About i $50. Oliver and Syracuse Hill Side Plows $12.50. Expecting Car of American Fence, J. R. MOUNT & CO. " T? Horse Drills $ 2.50 j Disc Harrows $30. Two Hor e Deer Corn Planters $42.00. '' jnJ I 7;Hrlif Minlion V."r 00, tyThou t a wtmna in. Corn Drills with Check How $47. 3in tJiraseii wagon ipoo. tteei ire tsuggy 1 Alex Luslern trip Mr John Carpenter rrritnl here Sunday, after n . nding tho winter at 4taM grove in St. Cloud Florida his frar-.gHe is now the guest of his sen. Mr. and Mrs. OIlic Carpenter. NOTICE OF PETITION Relatives of the family leceived no-- I tice this morning of the death of the OPENING ROAD. three year old son of Charlie Woods, which occurred in Cincinnati. ial will tako place there. The bur- Walker, IS. D. Lee, J. T. Kicks FOR LOST-Hla- ck, ring-nec- k Shepherd do;;, about half grown. Last seen in Lancaster, May Cth. Any information will be appreciated. K. H. Ward. r fil ,pln Square Deal House D BE M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. I1IUM..S , i.,..,,,!,., :t; LANCASTER, 3XE KENTUCKY Messrs. J. S. Haselden. John Conn, A. T. Anderson. J. W. Sweeney, J. M. Kami. I'. I'. I risbi- -, It. L. Klkin. K. Mi-- riuix.i r 1.. M. Tinder. Joe J. Walker and Robert recuperative stay at .Martinsville Intl. Kinnaird attended the dedication of the Mrs. Lucy Arnold is hen1 fur 11 visit new' Masonic building at Carlisle last Friday. to her brother. Mr. Parker Gregory, j Mrs. Parker tlregory eft Tuesday mill family. She will be day for Ashville N. C. I Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of I ajuUv illf . joined later by her family much to the lit vmting Iiit parent. .Mr. and .Mrs. regret of the friends of this estimable ,J. II. Ilournc. family. Mr. (Jregory has bought proi-- , j Mis Anno livid has returned from erly in Hendersonville and will make h delightful sl months stay in Saint it his future home. v Cloud, I'lorulii. i:ider F. .M. Tli.der. Messrs 0. A. Mr. T. J. Price spent last Tuesday in Swiiitfbro.nl, Walton Mos, of this city II .. .11.. I11S ('(in. nil', .1, . Ul'Bl Ul 1.: . FISUT .tilF. and Mr. Tilford Alexander, of Danville, till' motored to Shelbyville Monday to atF.innio Price (ir.tnt. Itavenwood Jersey sale, of Or. W. A. Wheeler is in Louisville tended the J. A. Stanley and Son, Mr. (j. I!. Swin-- ! tins week attending the Kentucky broad bought several heifers at fancy Dental Association. prices. ' n.a GE3B3 I Dr. mm Mrs. J. S. (lilbert and son. .lames llurnctt, have relumed from a vint to Kholbyullo. Mrs. Eleanor ilurkhart of Cincinnati, is tin" attractive guest of Missis Mar- tli.i ami Helen C ill. We represent the TWO FAMOUS CARS TIE HUPH1LE AND Mr. Clyde Mnoio of Lexington is the the "Derby". guest of his father. .Mr. U. S. MoVo Dr. J. II. Kinnaird left for Louisville at I ho tiiinpon House. liift 'I'm day to attend the meeting of Mrs. J. Koo Young nnl Miss Francis the Kentucky Stute Itailway Surgeon, JCiant, have just returned fronmpleas. which meets there this week. Dr. Kinant vi.it to Cincinnati. naird has been honored with the Presi.Mrs. Carlton Klkin and little duugl.-- ! dency of this association and widbe inwhen he will tor. Emily Ann, io visiting lior grand- - stalled as its head deliver the principal address. liaronts at Liberty Ky, Mm. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hice and Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Lund of Richmond Ind, arriod Tuesday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sullon at their subui bun home "l'liie Court". The party ac-- t companied by Mr and Mrs. Sutton will (motor to Louisville Thursday to attend STItAYED To my place about Notice is hereby given that on the 2Mb day of May 1917, 1). L. (iabbard March l.ltb. a hog weighing about 100 et hi, will present to the Hon. C. A. lbs , uln another one about April 1st. It. M. Moss. Uryantsville, Ky, Arnol I, Judge of the (liirrnrd County Court, a petition in which, said Court will be asked to cause a public road to NOTICE. be opened in Carrard County, Ky, be-- 1 ginning in Itoad district No. 1, on ro'id In Tiie District Court cf l!ie United Statts. No. VIS near Hen CuIIico'h residenco For The Eastern District oi Kentucky. and running in a southern direction lands of lien Callicn, Jesu through the In Bankruptcy. Parks, I). L. (isbbaul, and ending at) the Itockcastle andUarrardCountvlme. j In tho nutter of G. 11. Itulle a BankSaid petition will request Raid Court rupt. On tins 27th day of April A I).. to appoint viewers and make all orders; 1017, on considering the petition of the necessary and grant all proper relief aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 27th day of May. A. D . 1016, in the premises. W. A. DOTY. Co. Itoad Eng. it is ordered by the court that a hearing bo had upon the same on the 12th day of June A. D 1017. before said jourt at Covington in said district at 10 o'clock, in the fore-nooor as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published one time in the Call and sec our line Central ltecvid, a newspaper printed in said district, and all known creditors of and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the pravei of said petitioner should not be granted. Mid-Summ- er WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Co'jrt, and the seal thereof, at Frankfort in said t, on the 27 day ef April A. D. 1917. J. W. Menzies, Clerk. Chns. N. Wiard. D. C. Ha m Q Latest Styles in DODGE 0 We have with us a graduate of the Hupmoblle Factory, in the person of MR. ROY WHITTON who is the head mechanic of our shop. He knows cars as well as you know our Garage. Phone 81 We are at your service. Mr. W. M, i'hillipe, of Lexington, It. Mount was called to Frankfort Wednesday, by the death of who is the "corner stone" of the Franklin Motor Car Company, was in tier friend, Mr. J. K. Shaw. the city this week and entertained a Mrs. William Mason and son. Ilillie, few of his friends at u delightful fish n Mrs. William It. Cook motored to dinner at Hotel Kencurlan, last Monlast Monday for the day. day, Those present were L. N. Miller, 1'. 1'. Frisbie, K. W. Morrow and It. Mr. nnd Mr. Harold Oldham of I.. Klkin. were recent quests of the Mi. Alner Hughes, will und happy latters parents, Judge and Mrs. C: A. at seventy years of age, was agreeable Arnold. relasurprised Saturdin by forty-tw- o Mrs. R I.. Ilrownini; and litlln son, tives uniting for the dty in wishing Itobort. and Miss Carrio Miller are in him man) moru happv birthdays. At Lebanon, the i;ucst of Mrs, llrowninKS noon a happy and rt united family, u iutent8. brother, three sisters, thieo children Mesdair.oH W. A. I'rice, T. J. I'rico, and two grand children sat down to an J. W. Klmore and Miss Mamie Stormea elegant repast tastily served. Dunn, motored to Lexington yesterdav for the day. FLEETWOOD -- FITE. J. NOTICE I MANS, PANAMAS, HEMP AND have opened up a PLUMBING AND TIN SHOP in LEGHORNS Lancaster, over J, R. .Mount & Co's.. store. I guarantee my work to tiive satisfaction anil my prices will be right. Arcade KINNAIKD Garage BROS., Managers. Co. Mrs. It. K. ItoA'land and children of 'the following Item will be of interest Little I tuck Ark, aro vifitine their to friends; and and parents Mr. "Mr. and Mrs. Tlieo. Curry announce Mrs. Solon Henry. the marriage of their sister, Miss Mrs. A. S. Uice. of Atlanta, d'a. is Edith Fleetwood to Mr. Augustus A. hero for a visit to her sister and brother Fite, at their homo at Lancaster Ky, Mr, and Mrs Jim Hatcher, and Mr, on May S, 1917. After May ttiml they and Mr 8. (ieorge Hatcher. will be at borne at Home, Gtorgia." Krand-parcnt- Rella Arnold Francis I'ublL' SiUare , Vour business will us appreciated. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, May 10, 1917. WILTONDALE 39162. Track. Record 2:204; Trial 2:14. Half Mile Mahogany Bay; SEASON OF The following stock will make the McCreary and nix rr.ilra of Lancaster. 1917 COMBINED STALLION ieaon lit my utable, one mile East of Trotter: 15.3 Hands; Sire of Seventeen In The List. HIGH PRESTON $10. 6846 Ho Sired by A(ltll 2:23 (sire of 50), he liy Advertiser 2:Ut (sire of 30), lie by Klectioneer 2:13J (tire nf WD Dam "Mantua Mnker", (dHin at II), by Kid Wilkes (sire oi ii'j) lie nv George Wilke (f ire of !3). In offering Willondate lor public service Ilia supelinr ni mi individual and He i. absolutely in breeding ha never before been olTered in this rectum. sound, n fast race borne, n champion show bore. hating been shown 2" timet", His winning 25 blue n'oboiu. He Is treat bleeder mid a tire foal Hotter. colts are good looking individuals with speed, style ami durability. He will muke the seaon of 1917 at inv stable, nix mile from Lancaster, three mile from Hrvantsvnle. near the I. xmilton pike on the Itout lane below the Fork church, at Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr., Sire Dorsey (iold ' l)ut, 12052. ilam l'euvine 85. Will atanil at Hay Stallion Id hand", star, lelt bind imkle white line ptle nnd action, will luaVe the seaaon of l'.M" at my barn nt I luck ley, Kentucky, at $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $20. to Insure a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Season is Paid. Robert R. Fox, Star Route. Lancaster, Ky. .fl I3M, he bv I'reaton VH, lllCII I'UKSTON fW sire.1 by Carroll by Washington M, by Cromwell 7;t, bv WmhlnKtor Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam llahy 1'tnce Tut'.l. bv l'noch Arden, 2nd Hnni l.acly Pence by Almont I'otrest !fi3, Hid dam llautibter of (larranl Chief 221'sl, Itli dam (!ray llaKle. dam was (Joeon Knule. she by Kinu KaKleiV!, IIKJH PUKSTON iMli he by liojat Kf fit 25.r.r, be bv Outline 715, be by Stonewall Jacksoti 72, Itoyal Kine;'. dam Mollie Mouutz 2."'t. was by the noted sire Cabhelts I.exiniMnn. I V S. Kini; Katie's 1st dam Hip ViT.t, she bv V.nf.U- - llittl, be by Old Kinc Kale 7r.(i, 2nd (Urn Itnl l.ioii, :itd dam Harris Deiimaik 45, lib dam by Jim Hell. I HICK PULSION CMC 2nd dum l.iuly llird. she hy Kaitle Hint Kill, 3rd dam Mollie Dremioii she by Old Drennud, 1th dam Copper Hottom and run back to old Davy Crockett 323C. Thoroughbred lt lt Alan at the same time and place will stand mv t i i v Jack, 7y C. Morgan 4665 At BLEUCHER 46158. 2:U, Uecord 2:2!), Trial $7.00 to Insure a Liting' Horse and $8.00 for Mare Coll Colt KENTUKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE. Winner of Road Class ami Breeding Class at Kentucky Suite Fair l!)l(i ') t'JOllulw,1.'. i i't ol i ilam. Oark Mitlit iv.a sire Mre of il nit SVarcli- - t Nuuinlai IlKttl i im'4, Itriittitllitlii Hr t Klino .'7 hllfiu lire,. lv;H I'ai k WIU. i.w Itecoril a H i Meal llmoil Mme llarri lar V3 in1, Vali.i2.iv', ere. Mrrullilil) Murk 1 m', to .Sriawrhav 2:..'4. Mfli'lort Sire ol I. rtmiir o( Jriili) CI.) ' Nnrwnoil Utile If r,ik Kmma itretil broml mare 1 a.l-.I . ' mm sat. TMJ ar. aWTT"wiaafc-tM-T-' run C Mo'iran i a black Jack, with white points, l.".J hands hib, coming t and ha proven himself I seven years n K'xal breeder. C. Morgan by o 3 -- llrouk 3:oeV Zarrlue J:t'7'4. Iui1jr Helll'iook 'JMK.ete. By NorvimMl w CHIEF NAPOLEON will Cluyo 2:j;'J Hlwtolir' SO'f u. 2:17; oiit of a half sitter to nam 01 Mil U't like, t: 1 i Hanoi of li lu J.lti.etc. Moan Wilt; I Mie of llrcnd.i YurkeMhierti r'tl-e- l By .Mralliwore I.H '..MA1,, 1'frtio .1 a."!1,. pata ol fOlDp. Nattle I'hjIIb S 2:(MS. Itent tlronk white point. hi bone aod body and line head and ears. i,'4.iti' As I am stai.dinir th'ee 1:001! Jai ear. I wol i;ie the fanner a Silent Hnol; llt75i). 2:15 sire of Hilly Hurk 2:0:1. Meadow ISrook 2:0'., l.ady chance to bleed their stock at a reasnnutne em le. am! am i;oim; lo lai it Shawbay 2:07, Zsrrine 2:(.7J, Hetty Hrook 2:0'Jf, Krrmn Hrook 2:0!J. HellbrooU 2:10, Uutter Hrook 2:10. Silent HHi'de (J) 2:lnJ. Margaret Hathcate (1) 2:11, etc. Sireddatnof Chalt Direct (1) 2:07J. etc. Ills dam. Jenny Clay, also produced Keddie C.lav 2:251. and wa. crandnui of Prue 2:21. Mnkt) 21157. 'ire of Fereno 2:n")J (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Uremia York to Insure. at the low price of (3) 2:0S, (Futurity winnei) (5) 2:(M. Native Helle (2 2:"7l (Futurity winner) 1 retni.i a hen on all colt (1) 23 J (chimpion 3 v;arold till v.) M.innco (3) 2:07 (Futurity winner.) Siluntil Heason money is paid. 'I.iie transfetrtd ver Silk (4) 2:0J, Susie N. (3) 2:oy. (Futurity winner,) Comoko 2;10. .Mobel or bred elsewhere, forfnt insuranc aid tnut hi p ltd at out.'. Care taken to 2:10, Mocliester 2:10), M miaster 2:11. Siliko"(3) 2:11 (Futuritv winner) etc. prevent accident bJt not responsible should any occur. Phone 3CI H. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion truttmtf stallion.) Vito (4) 2:01.'J, Martha Tipton (1) 2:00, O'Netl (3) 2:13J, etc. Hrother to Humps 2:03), liaron D. 2:10. etc. llleucher 4C15S, rec.inl 2:29, trial mile 2:14, half in 1:00. last quarter in He 32 seconds, is u handsome sal brown horse, and will weip.li 1100 pounds. Horses, JacUet at.d Jennet for sale. Ureatlv resemble his nood fire Silent Hrook and i out of Cla)o, bv the Kreat Widow's stock bred at half price. Futurity sire .Moko. Foreign demand has taken over one million horses from this counlrv. and we may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners U to breed their mare and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Hleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will the demand. His colts have proven line, with nice head and neckand plenty of bone and conformation. This great trott:nir Stallion will make the season of 1917 at mv stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at He is 15 Q Ilronkiart',. Krrt.ileflal l.l'ly Ills r',. atel '.'I',. I'ls) itaia nll'ninS "llrrr Mlk 1 H Moarloo t3 3s7', , Wllkira N. tSl iWt. rtc Clay Half SI'ler t' sileut f Jroni S John .Murttin, Jr., .'t'ofi, was aired bv John Morgan, he by and is out of an lmorted Jen net. John Morgan, Jr., out of Jennet b Joe Ibaei. nilin. he hy ''ril prince, he by '.'ril Prince, be by Imp Prince lat dam Pus) Dixie she b Imn I line b klckaHM, 2nd dam Moihe (ir.it by Lot We.nnulot 'rj nm tiv Importer to Insure a Living Colt. S2a. lor Jennet Dam Heecher Jennet stand at A lieu tetaintdon ail colts fur sett ne Care taken to pr tent accident, Chief Napoleon. 0107. lias proven himself to lie n uood Jen. t lack but in t test, ( i Mble idiould an) occur 5107 1 $10. ..iiv.mI ( J Viilkr. s i l't ll, Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 to Insure.! hand hic.li. Jellow wit.i v -' llf llarrt U ( Ilam or -- llrltt llnw'a .' W,. n.) l J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ky. 6053. Beecher Morgan $5.00 ROWLAND PEAVINE i In itnut Stnl'inn. d Mat tl. I'.'IJ WALKER BRADSHAW, McCreary, Kentucky. Sired ll) Hex I' .)!. N ) I7'l5, tt He Hiil.".l N" vU, l. It. l lletllll.ltk M ' lH, .I..,.. v.. I, u It.. .,. . ..i? ,.,..! ..,,- ,.. I,....., ....m -- !... it, iiiruiii.ni n if....,, , iity. i.iniiiii. 'i....r tue I 'i I'TC, bv llatrison Chief ICtsI, bv Clark Chief .Ml. 2:ililam Judv OhterCIII'. b) Hed Cloud 2107, h Imlian Chief 171". 3rd dam by WiNoti' Kmt; 2107. 1th of Sim's ClaJk Chief 2575. Howlaml Peavine it a rich rheslntlt. with star ami snip; stand 15 3 full; weich Ills' Hiunds; live year oi'd. A toj will see from the alx.ti- - breeding, he ha the bhsal of ttie best show horses Ketituck ha ever prialuced. anil i, one himaelt. You should see this hore before bookmi; your mare. You rarely ever hate the opairtuulty to breed to a horse as failimnntily bred at the small fee of ,,ii sup-pl- y REX McD. 6597 r $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Money Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on Kaat Main atreet dut at bit th of colt or when mare i parted with or bred to oilier stock. Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high Km Prnmark m Mack 21'. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. v . J. C. BAILEV, Stanford, West of Kv. rrlaler. Pelltnark. ( Mar i:ex M. liiin.lil mi l.ui-- J tjr Mar ot tlir lllack S'lUtrrr! ... Hot t Marr l.J Ul'l star pavl. Mulitro.t1 11.1 ARTIST PEAVINE Will make the season of 1917 at my farm two miles on the new Danville pike at tW- 'Ait?- - stand this beautiful Stallion for the season of 1917 at my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at I will also Sect-land Lancaster (Ortlx I Ko t;ic. Dull llelte ?M 1 i Artist Peavine is pronounced by competent judge of combined horses, t 4 th dim by Drennon. be one of the In'it indivduals in Central Knituckt. $10. To Insure A Lmng Colt. A careful persu l of his pedigree should convince anyone that few horses It can be seen by the pedigree that this horse beloniis to a family of I am prepared to lake care of mares champions, his sire. Hex McDoIald beiui; the. world's champion ot champions. in the state hate n belter one. On his dun s side he truces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen tears. on jrrasa at 10 cents a day. Lien reARTIST PEAVINE This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have eter seen, splendid tained oncolts for service fee. bone, short Ii.ick. Hi neck, head ami ears are in the rfcht place. Ilnalao has bv Kentucky Peaviiie.2"9. be by It.-- Peavine 17'.W, tat dam. Artie Itoe. No. Ilfai3 the best shoulder motion and hick action of any horse that I have ever hud in she by Kintucky's Artist, No. 1155. he by Attlst Montrose, No. 51, by Artist, Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent mv stable. No. 7D. bv Kini: William, No. CO. bv Washington Denmark, No. CI. 2nd dam, HF.X McD. i a show hore in harness as well as under the saddle. You by King Chester, h Chester Dare. 3rd dani b Silti r King, he by tin Titrr, accidents but not responsible should any oncur. can not maKe a mistake in breeding your uooil ni'ires to thu horse, lie will he by Stone ill Jackaoo. lib dam. bv Old Drennon. Kentucky's Attlst lirst make the geaton dam. was Julia Thomas, by Pat ThiiuiuB he by riumpler's Denmutk. 2nd dam daughter of Nero. No. C5 3rd dam bv Old Copperbottom. Licit retauud nn colt until season fa paid. Ky. To At A Living Colt. Lancaster, tiy MtM.Ku.e-ty Ho. II. il',7 MolUflj tarlull IVlinlQir ton 'M t Pallltll I lllrftalli il. ( Mar $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. $20.00 Insure PHINCK Al.llHItT, one of the best CLYDKSDALK stallions in Kentucky will also muke the se'isou at my barns at the low price of $10.00 to iti'tuo u living colt. This is the kind to breed to for mule mare and farm horses, IE. DUiN'iN, LAiNCASTtiR, KY. ROGERS DENMARK 416 1 uill nl in stand my trotting stallion By Ramey Denmark JACKO TELL Notice! Poultry llalscra 62408 r--- 3 t S-a- -fi yii Registered in Vol. 21, Rule 1. trotting speed lie h u never h id any track work, but ha u wiinl-rf- ul and is n promising trottliiK colt. He is four years old, inaliu.uiy Iriy, 15.2 hands hiuh, line head and neck, Kood legs, (joiid stylo and action and 111 1 breeding cannot be "xcilled as jou will see below. JACKO TKLL. sired by Hldie Tell 51029. trial 2:1!1; he by Axtell 51h3, :12 record; he by William L. 1211; by (ieore Wilkes, 519; be by Huinliletou- tan io. Dim Jane Jell 11770; by Hilly Hrass; by Allandorf 71C2, record 2:19j; he by Onward 2:25: by (leorgw Wilkes 2:22. Second d.tin (iruco by Jucl.o 501?; 2Kri; by Piincepes 53l. Third dam Maud by Dllllnghaiii 5()3'J;b Fourth dam by Shakespeare. Fifth dam by SweutOivun. OIAIM nam He by Hamlet 113 by by Cromwell 73 by WushuiKton Denmark 51. Holers Denmatk, 1st dam .Miss 0K'den by Drennon Denmark. Wallace, by Duller lMimaik, by Ilarmlet 113. 2nd dam-M- iss He is nine years old. dark bay with white star. 15J hands, ehowinir all the He is just u cund individual as Ins puli'ree would indicatu KHits under saddle. and has proved u K"od We. his colts h ivinn (jooil action, lots of style and easily This hor.se will make the seas in of 1917 at the farm nf H K. Conn coiitroled. on White Lick. 2 miles south 'Vest uf Paint Lick, at r tl( ' fnwtJir inwU. Iicjjm iUMtuv.rt, Ky s'WM-i- 1 I. n 41 n I. $MvVN ::;vt.,; . .. MniKtl tfct't Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry rtfT"!. nN)lAn, Kf., IjiI 'Ifj. u the. fni!iUi.ifilicKifitii iMUj. litil iCuirsU;:a ty J. UtU Cfumf, rrWon, hy, tj! mi 'l I.vTwtt'i)iit ttttp tproJ liwJsrtftt puf i. 4 m Ts tii Ii (tr eii I'rlte J'JC J tlob it ll.L"l ptn hi s. 41 ill M""I Mrtnlll l colu nv fit cM Drufthti. $1000 TO InSUre A LivinSf I At same time and place will stand mv splendid four jeur old Jack Colt.lv"lu",,',,,Sl',r,0l, ij ,.'... !. II McjKOHEKTS. LminiMcr. Ky He will be limited to a few mares at $15.00 to by Insure. Major C JOHN GRAY, AT $8.00 Jai-k- TO INSURE A LIVING COLT MAJOR C. JR. Heautiful Shetland, It inches high and a perfect model. Ho is and out of utt Imported Shetland. He will stand at $10. to insure At thu same time uud place will also stand u lUmg colt. 15 hands high, good bone uud ear utid JOHN (ilCAY l a gray uuo of the best Jacks in this neighborhood, Hu lis royallv bred b.'ing by Long lorn, h bv Win. Todd's big Jack, he 1st Dam by Hilly Hiecklnridge, he bv Hourbon Chief, 2nd TWO EXTRA GOOD JACKS AT S10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT by Marmaduko. Dam by Hourbon Chief, AH this stock will make the present season ut my farm near Paint Lick, Caro taken to prevent accidents but not responsible, should anv occur. Ki ntuckv. Lien retained on colt until seuson is paid. Season due when mure is bred to Mares will to kept on grass at reasonable rates and every cure taken to another horse or Jack, prevent accident, hut will not bu responsible should any occur, . W. Funeral Lancaster, I ii.i i Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice I'lione 18. Ixt'sidt'iicu i'lione ;t:i. EL". IP. OOlsT'T. N. W. ROGERS. Phone-Pa- Paint Lick, Kentucky. Route No. 3. int Lick Exchange. Paint Lick, Kentucky. smm ftt JtxxirH The Centr.il Record, Thursday, May 10, 1917. Mrs. .1. V. (ilass lias recovered from her recent illness nnd is nlilu to lie out. Mr. nml Mrs. Karl Curtis of IHch mond were kuomIs Wcilncsday of Mrs. J. Iliiu'iin llalhird, 1 . sxJ Y 'I isr-N'-- Auction Sale ON I'-- Mr and Mrs. .1. Iloan llallard. Mr. - II lUllard and Miss Mayino llallard He in' ppnt Sunday in Lexington. hand wlnr i.T and llHllnnl IhiVh purchased a unr nmv International truck they will iiw in Ihi'ir buidnexs. i, PREMISES Saturday, at 2:30 p. Maj 19th, m. in Lancaster, Ky., ol 7 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 400 feet deep with splendid garden. Tin iriiciiy is in romcint'iit wnlkini! distance fioin l'ulili. Siit;irIms hcmitifiil frontmji' larjlc Inwn.ihnilt' trees ltn liluis urt siilistntiti.il and in splendid cunilil imi Should In- seen li ! appreciated Owner leiivint Suite - Mm. Nannii- - Mullirs Is iiniirnvinc after lur serious fall a few weeks nnil r mativ friends iKipt" tll.it she Mile to he out will ikiii Ml und V.rs. !i mi Farley mid if Nicliolasville camo over Sunday lo nee Mr. J. V. l'arley mid sprnt the day wild Mrs. .1. W. Ilryanl. Mr ,1 W. I'nrley h still Kettlnc aloii verv iiirely sinci' his recent oper- atinr and his inant friends hope that his improvement wnl continue. Mr J. (.'. Williams and children w nt to Somerset Monday to attend th.' ( ommenceinent exercies of the Somerset iuh School, where her niece Miss Katherine (Irinslcad, graduates. I chil-ilre- n 1 af Fro. ..t .ro. ; tun J into the poor he .su. Each cold !r..ip Irwizcs the moisture in the boards anci cracks the wood just as fre .ins bursts bottles of vvctcr. Keep out the moisture vvi;h weather-proo- f liaint made of Dutch Boy White-Lea- d thinned with pure lins.d oil. That wtil defeat Jack I'rost. It wi:l add fresh besufy, long remain mcoth, ic and we3:hcr-proo- f. vWe have all tt'e ioh. non-cruc- L (. , Dutch Boy Phoenix e 9 he many friend" here of Mrs. Mar-dliaHale of Louisville are ury much (rii veil to l.ear of her serious illnes. Mr Hale wns formerly Mlfs I'atty llelle llurke and was well Unow'n nnd eiv pipu.kr. 1 And ir orally ad 'r i I.e.. e, or wrue us. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. DON'T HAVE RHEUMATISM Kheuinaliiiii anes from the prc-enof I ric Acfll in the hlood, in execs of what the kldnejs are nhle to throw oir so thai it remains in the hlood instead. The elfort to throw olf this poisonous aciil overworks the kidnej.s and cnues Kalne Tmulile and Hheumatim. Altl.O the marvel of inialein medicine Thursday, Friday, Saturday j I'i'sf.Mi'ii irn at owe if (U'vircil IVims reasonable ami m.nli- - known in nf sale. We 24th, 25th, 26th HOUSEHOLD At the AND KITCHEN (if t FURNITURE. will lie solil ItKMOVKSTIIKCAUSK suae time i!firi iii ut urn) plrn c a ili.pnvitimi lit house firtiiiurr ut lllll'llllll rifiM- ct ilic ptupvriv can call on the uiiilcrsiiiticlorat the TO is the most pensihle? S'MU'THi: PAIN OH TO I'KMOVK Till t'Al Si:. Alil.O i fold e.vclunvely in l.ancas- tir In Storme Drue; Store. Itirh are the dates. Don't forget them. resid-mr- e COY McRoberts Drug Store HOW KENTUCKY WOMEN CAN HELP KENTUCKY SOLDIERS THE Mrs ( olman Locker is reported ill at ' this wntine;. Mr Mari L'loue lias been iUite ill' Thomas Real Estate Agency. Lancaster, Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. MANSE M with measles. Mn" Kverte Speaks la ittinK licr (iraudmother Mrs Nan Mohley. Mrs Mandy Clouse sold a sow and eiKlit piKs to Mr. i'owell Daily for $.Vi. Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky. Ilurbert utnrof Sunday. Orter were Miles Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Siillu- - Anderson. Mr (Itln Hum-linI. Mr s and it.' ili.r .. ami Ml- - Mvrlle i olhrim hihI Mr. Mrs Jusc l.nrj; Mrs. Kliz.i Mc.Millian and sun were Little Mi.. It i i i ,U.lt' I Jessie Khodis were tlic e.u mi ,,f Mi week end visiters of her parents Mr. I . t ill ,m.i Mr Mr ami Mr. ut tin w ritm,' llif Crcerli anil Mr .In! Hi ICav. iUe Ithodm till and Mrs Sun i In i t. I Mil lill ami Mrs MlM Il'tj;. n I' till" .1 lilT Miter Sunday evening with Mr at.il Mr- - i ,m Miil.'.'tr Suudav School is progressing fine at Mri John Mi iili Moie interest l being und Siotts Pork. Mr and Mr. i Inw. r n Vr-nMrs. John lt In tlH Wn thi' Week end NINA nfl taken than has been for some time. little son. Herbert wri tn glli'-t- s Ailaina. of her Hon Mr. k'u"t Mr. t'arl I'rewitt and if- - reeentlj. Miss Penchie Mae Sanders has returr-e- d Siin.luv School ii liriiKH'tminij nicely Mr. myl Mrs. Heynokhj spent Sunday Mr. and Mm. (Itt Long and littiel iHime after n pleasant visit with her at Freedom. Willi tlirir urn Mr. Waller KivnohN. Tin- - farmer an- - all just about thru daughter, lilnaMav. were guests of coiliins Misses Knuna nnd llessie Kay Iht parent. Mr. and Mrs. Marian Sanders of Madison. Mr. and Mri II l'. Conn spent Sun-il- plantitiK corn in this community. j I'rewitt lat Saturday and Sunday. with Mr. hih! Mm. (irecn Sutton. Misses I.ida and Nell I'ay were visitMr. ami Mr. Watson United Mr. I Mr nnd Mr- -. M. K. Ledford pent mil Mr. Carl I'rewitt last Sumliiy. ors of their cousin Miss Marra Itny . sl with Mr. nmt Mr. J. I). U'yiin. the latter jMrt of the week. They HRYANTSVILLK Ui': IVae filled hU appointment nil to Danville shoipini; Saturday. Iliiv ( reecli spent Sumlny uitli Freedom church un last Saturday ami Mi. Dr. II. ('. l!o-- o uat in Lexington, i hit parents Mr. nml Mr. K. (!. frct'ch Sumlny. Messer I'harlie Land ami l.em 1 In' -Wednesday. .if IlwittmiMo din went tn U'xinKton anu enlisted Quite number of people nttc'idecl Mr. Luther Ilrooks hn Ui n m LexTheir many with the calvary troop. Mr Wi .l i and iin Jiilini'V "f Keren singing at Mr. Mat Moore on Sunday ington several to see them leave ami friend re-l- et - .if In r daughter. Mrs. afternoon. wi ri' tlif jrueslMrs A. T. Clirislopli- r I S.miei h.ijie lliev will return safely when their Mr mid Mrs. Karl I.odj; and falht r is visiting her II l I'm t in. Sunil.tr. fath.i. Mr I x in - i time expires. Mm Mis KuIhI. MuntKomvrv spent a few day last week with Miss (iertrudo Mcljuerry. f I. (. di. Pat It is A Q (5 FAMILY EDIC Ulack-Uraus- X or lirr S the duty of every Anu'ricaii citizen, during tlie present crisis tn show liis I'atruiiisiii in sonic form or other. Let the hriner have ns liis one nml only niin 'Iiicrensei! I'roiliiction and of Food. ' In Her mother's Home, Says This Q Gsorjla Lady, Regarding Relief Fron Headed?, filaljris, Citills, Etc. O eautiful Armory at Louisville, below, and Francis X. Duthmann and ly Dayne, above. Bever- a proer Upon tliefariiiers of this cmintry. therefore, in tnrtfe incnMirc. rests the falc ol the nation. The time is short it is of the most imperative importance that everything possible he done and done immediately to miike sure of LARGK HARVESTS. This bank stands ready, tn lend a helping hand in any money may need to increase his crop and wo lc ol you to matters the fanner Join Hands, For The Largest Crop Ever Known. We shall be jilad to talk with you about it. 0 eoples Bank Paint Lick, Kentucky. rtlnr&oM. fia. "r. Chas. O.iston, of this pi ep, writes: "I am a user riurU-Dra'ii-liIn fact. cr Tlicdroid's It was piio of our f:.mil- incdlclneu. 1 Abo la t:." iuoihcr'8 heme, when was n (lii'.d. Ali"it nny of uj ihild-rcconiplalncil of lieadaclic, usually caused by cunallpa'lon. she cave na which would n do 10 of Often In the rectify tho troub.o. Hprlnir, wo would havo malaria and chills, or troubles of IhU kind, wo pretty res-nla- r would take P.lack-DruiiBmull tho liver nclcd well, and wo would soon bo up end around Wo would not ho xvlthout It, Q iisaln. certainly haa eaved U8 lota of fcr It (6 doctor IHU. Juot a Jota of Black-Dra'iKwhen not bo xvtll eavea u G lot it days lu bed." has Icon Theil.rd'a lllack-DraufiIn uso for many years In tlio treatstomach, liver and bowel ment of troubloa. and tho poimlarity xvhlch It now enjoys la proof of Kb merit If your liver is not doing Its duty, you will suffer from uch disagree nbla symptoms ns headache, biliousness, constipation. Indication, etc., nnd unlets bomcthlnc Is done, serious o 0 0 9 Tho I'lrst Kentucky needs a thousand recrulta to till its ranks to war Once reerulted, theso men strviiRth. must ho cared for at tho front. It U your regiment a well as ours. If Its ranks are not tilled, Kentucky will fall to do Its duty In the country's hour of need. Kentucky haB nover failed befor- e- it mutt not fall now. Knowing that )oii feel lu this matter an do the olllcers und men of tho rudiment, I am wrllhiK ou lu their name to ask that )oti help In tho recruiting cunipalRii tlio regiment Is now nuiklnK. The terms of tho contest are as follows How To Win. Tho two girls In each county in thu statu selling tho most tickets to the l'irst Kentucky Ball. May ISth, nnd of votes, will represent their respective county at the Military Ball and will bo lu "The Beauty Class" from which thu Kentucky Beauty will bo selected for tho trip tu N'ew Orleans and for a professional motion plcturo tryout lu New York. From tho girls In tho "Beauty Clas" a Comuiittfo of Judges will sclctt tho must beautiful to represent tho Stato of Kentucky In tho Big 1'Icturo Production to bo madu lu New Orleans Juno 2. Send tn orders for tickets, with cash or check or money order, mado pay able to Tho Treasurer, First Kentucky Infantry, Armory, loulsvlllo, Ky., and tickets will bo forwarded Immediately and crodlt III bo given tho sunder thereby receding the greatest number trouble may result. lias been Thedford's found a valuablo remedy for theso troubles. It Is purely vegetable, and wsir. oris In a prompt and natural proper regulatlne tho liver to Its and cleanslne the bowel of functions lmDurlUes. Try It. lueUt on tne original and genuine. E 70 Black-DraugThed-ford'- Bayne, tho famous movlo They will bo in UiuUvlllo May 2Slh to lead tho ball to bu given that nlKht at tlio Klrst Kentucky Armory. At that ball will bo clioaou tho girl who Is to represent the Stato of Kentucky In tho contest of Southern beau- for amount turned In. ties to bo held lu Now Orleans, Price of tickets Spectator ticket, 11.00. Admission to tho Dancing Floor, Juno 2. Wo all know that tlio most boautlful on? person. $2.00; for couple, $3.00. 1.00 ticket entitles girls to 10 votes. woman In tho South lives soinowlicro (2 00 ticket entitles girls to 20 rotes. In Kentucky," Ono purposo of tho ball (3 00 ticket entitles flrls to 30 votes. Is to find her. Tho other Is that tho men of Kentucky shall bo first on tho Address all Inquiries to Tho Treastiring Una In France when tho Amer- urer, First Kentucky Infantry, Tne, ican expeditionary force Is sent over. Armory, Louisville, Kentucky. W.M, A VOLSTO.V, Will you help to reallio both Colonel, First Kentucky In.'rtntry. This ralso It services Dourly To cuiiipalsn routs money. tho regiment has enlisted tho of I'rancls X. Bushman and star. Tho Central Record, Thursday, May 10, 1917. WELSH & WISEMAN GO'S. Make Your Home May Clearance Sale Suits, Coats and Silk Dresses AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. Suits Our entire stock of high grade suits of Poirct Twill. Gaberdine, Serges nntl Fancy materials; nlfo Khaki Kool. Tussah Pongee and Taffeta Silk Suits for Sport and Dressy wear selling regularly r.t S195I', 525 00. $29.50, ?35.r0, Mr.00 and $55.00. Dresses. I)e Cheerful jjtln il How enn this In- Listen ntul we will tell )ihi. Call nt mir store and select from our I. nip- - Anncirtrncrit ul WALL PAPER nilfereiit l'Mttfinn which in now rriiily for jcur Inspection. Our price art" right ntul our workmanship Wo also have a iiiicxri'lli'il. liuncli nf room lots in U'nll PatliHii cost. Call and per l let ii figure with Jim mill we enn ns.ure jou Hint f will make your home cheerful mid bright nt n small cost. IlKKI Dresses. A splendid assortment of smart nftenuon Mostly one of n style. The materials Pongee. Khnl.i 51!) fill ami Street nrc Crepe Kool ami Paints, Lead, There Mouldings, Oils, than a It-n- Windshields, I Chrne. TafTeta Silk, TusMih NOW $12 50, $16.75, $19.50, $23.50, Georgette Crepe- s- formerly priced at to 5(5J!0. Varnishes, Brushes. htarts of the f ul home. cluUl . $28.50 and $35.00. Clearance Coats. Choice of our entire remaining stock of Coats including every Wool and Tafleta Silk Coat at prices for quick clearance. Prlces$ 13.50, $15.00, $16.50, $19.50, $22.50, $25., $29,50, $35, $39.50 We will also include in this sale special lots of Crq e Clearance Prices $5.00. $8.50, $12.50, de Chene and Georgette Waists, separate Skirts. Silk coats ami House Dresses at EXTRKMK Petti- It makes It pleasr of tlu visitor imil gUes general anlirf nctiuti lo nil We are the experts in painting, papering ml general decorating We carry Wall Puller from nil the leading manufacturers in this rotuitry Large assortment of the Dirge Paper the best made. We also carry the 'lliomas Strahan Tapeitrv We are sole agents in Danville for biue Brother' High Stai iImiiI Lhpud I'.ilnt. Is nothing more cheering tin- - wife hnppv, it gladder the re $16.50 and $19.50. REDUCTIONS Following our usual custom of clearing the racks each season, we now offer unrestricted choice of our entire stocks of very latest style Wool and Silk Suits, Coats and Silk Dresses at absolute Clearance Prices for quick disposal. Now is your opportunity to practice REAL ECONOMY by supplying your present and future needs in the very highest class of fashionable wearing apparel at enormous savings. GOOMER & NAVE PICII'RE FRAMING A SPECIALTY Third Street. Danvills, Ky. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 elsh e Sl The Cigarette Danville, Kentucky. Wiseman ( 1 Co - OF - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors to Hughe OF - & SwiiuhroadJ "One of the best wnjs to attract and! interest other people is liv going about! Eminent authorities testify that cigarFARMER'S COLUMN! ette smoking in the cane ol boys pastlv one's business as though it were the most wonilerfal and fascinating thing, paralyzes the nerve cells at the base of in the world. People anon begin to IN the brain and thus interfere with lojk on wistifully. ihen to wonder what epsc bflow llilt heidiniru lot ttie eicln-irbreathing and heart action. all this activity and triumphant joyous- -' uie ot our urmer subscribers, sucl I lor lb isle ot stock. grm tud such things on ness is about and are presently drawn GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. A Gentleman I tie firmer cunnot tftord lo idler-ll- . turn to it as bees are drawn by a blooming Mary R. AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS, No notice ntll be accented om lour Ilerkele, PlaintilT, EXPERIENCE A man that's clean inside and out clover field." - David (5rayon. Itaei, tad will beonlrtu two liiiiei ol the VS. IcotD, trie of cbtrgs looks up to the rich nor records for the past eight turt show sale of more than Rl.&CO acrrs who neither Our Ilen (iraham and SaraCrsliam, I'efts, down at the poor, who can lose without Pursuant to a judgment rendered of land, besides 1 large amount of town and city plupcrty and stocks of mar- -' FOR SALE: Nine cood ewes and eleven squaling and who can win without bragherein at the Marcn Term, 1917, the chandire. amounting lo more than l,J5O,HO0.0O and this business was done to Joe Criscillis. ging; who is considerate of women and Iambi. Koute 1. undersigced Commissioner will sell at the entire satisfaction of more than (OO clients and customers and they are my public auction before the Court House references for "fair dealing." P. E. Foley. children and old people; who is too You to Jet our free catalog un A (tool Jck for sale. door in Lancaster, Ky. at 11 o'clock a. brave to lie, too generous to cheat, and From my exierience in the business I know how. when, where and what Paint Lick, It. F. D. No 3. m., or thereabouts on who takes his share of the world audi to advertise. MONDAY. MAY &. PJ17. FOU SALE: 40 bu. cultivated hemp lets other people have theirs New To the one who has property to ell farm lands, city property, dwellings It being the first day of the C arrard lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate proposition, G. M. Green, seed. York Sun. I solicit County Court Term, the estate your business, believing Lancaster Koute 1. can handle It lo your entire satisfaction. mentioned in the pleadings and describPAINT LICK now have on hand a List Your farm or other propi rty with me nuw. ed as follows. FOR SALE Some Nice Seed Corn. Ind'airaril County, Kentucky, ad- long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and jour propMrs. E. I Woods spent Monday in S. H. Estes, Lancaster. Ky. Dah- joining the town olnf llrantsville and erty may be just what I am looking for. in Richmond. alko tne other land Hen Graham and Barred Plymouth Uock eggs, 60c per Cl To the one who wants to invest, I solicit jour patronage as I know valuta beginning at u atone, corner to Jenkins, Prof. Loju Lutes left fie past week il: setting of 15. Mrs. Porter Itich. Phone Folger anil the 5th tract; thence with nnd know that when jou close a deal through me jou will get "alue received" for London Ky. Everything for Orrlmrd. Lawn and 5th tract N Ij E 7.17 309-chains to a fence for your money. Gnrtlen. Mr. Arthur Riddell was in Kingston corner to Graham's- other land N I have on hand for sale at all times a Large Number of Farms. Dwellings No Ats t(i W lit) chama to a Mono fence, corner City Property not in the advertised hit, as my list of property Write for free Catalogue. Barred PI moth Uock eggs, 75c I'er recently or butanes. is constantly to llalcoinh, thence hn line S l.'IJ W setting of 15 or two settings for $1 "3. Mr. and Mrs. I). W. White were ) chains to a stake corner to changing, by i uv, expiinliona renewals, listing new properties and some of & Sons. Mm. J. E. AmlvrMon visitors in Richmond Sunday. Ilaselden and Ford: ther.ee S lj W 2 HI my best propertirs are not advertised at the request of the ownris. chains to n stake, eori.er to Ford and of Gairard County, write me nnd I will tell you If you are a Mr. Allen Rose of Irvine has been Lexington. Kentucky. FOR SALE: Pure Bred Barred Rock in line to 0. M.'Jenkiin S K lO.Rl all about our Cnunlj. its fi itile soil, its products, in.uket fiirilities. good roads, the guest of Miss Maurine .McLin. 1511. DIG egg, 15 for 40 cents. Phone chains to the heglining, containing I! schools unit churches, of Lancaster and its business, iU people and its growth. Tom Ray. Mr. Charlie Stephen! has returned 7'J lOO acres. The follow ii g is just a few of the properties Iilvu on hand for tale now. Th purpose of said sale Is to satisfy home after a weeks visit in Cincinnati, j For Sale: Three ear old black jack, the debt of the plamtiir herein against HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. FARMS. Mr. Rufui Ilrown spent a few days with white points; also two Angus bull the defendants ii the sum of JMIO.MI A farm of 150 am", partly rolling land, good unpioveiiietits. on pikewith A. I). Uradshaw, of the past week at Vrlley View, fishThis Agreement Witnesseth; That Willi interest Iherenn at thu rate of six calves. d grrzing land tliiowu in, ing. in order to protect the game on our per cent per annum from Fehiuarv 21. about IbO acres of clilf ni For Sale Cheap- ;- Family mare, 15 A fertile faun of 1st acres with spiel did ini row inmt. land lies well 1117, Mis.i Margaret Cook nf Lancaster lands for a period of three eaia we ticti'in until paid, anil the cost of this hands.gentle for children G. A. Bowling estimated at fNl. and is on pike. was the week end guest of Airs. Woods bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor TERMS. A Miiull farm of 1!5 acres, with 5 room house, good urchin il, well located, sheep with Walker. FOR SALE: Forty-fivpermit anybody else to do so, mid we i This wile be inaile on a credit nf Ion pike, close to fchool and churches, or 111 acres with large barn adjoining can John Cress, Miss Jessie Prrks who has a position further agiee to prosecute with dill- - six anu bunch of lambs. nice iweno inontiis and the nur- :i.ri acres. Possession at once. Proaclieraville Kv. us trimmer in Jackson is ut homo for a gence all persons who violate the game I chaser will be rimmed In execute be added, making days. A small farm of HI acies, 3 miles from town, cm pike, in w 7 room dwell, few laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our bonds with approved hecuritv for II hemp teed; jitas FOR Stella McWhoi ter has had as lands for the purpose of hunting. And purchase price, due m six and twelvu lug and ne'A' barn, good land lies .v, II, , t, months lespectively. hear iil (1 tier jonii ai. I arra. ,ll)r late importation. Mf A tk.'Kr,j uf SaU. we further agree to act as Deputy cent interest per A farm of CO acres, on pike i!J miles frt in town, land rolling, very fertile, alli um from date mi- uame v aniens lor uie purposu oi car-- , t,i ,,,,(, hHVi,,K tle flire ,) elr,., t f mostly in griifcs, laige tobacco barn I room house. iMtj, IDR SALE nrrel mnn. SIX vears Mrs. llnys Metcalf and children of rving out mis agreement, r.xcepi eucli )h judgment upon which execution may A farm of MJ hciuh, extia tobacco and l.unp land, tolling, 'i huge barns, Sum Cotton. old, Bounl and gentle paanm to w. n. urown. Mas j splendid dwelling, land well fei nil aid w II v Mi n d (emit McKinnev, are guest of Air. and Mr?. ot us nave ll;e rlglit to kill mums on liute i.i d other FOR SALE; Nice two year old filly, J. M. Metcalf. our ."arms or permit it to bu done, by ter Commismoner of tho Garrard (Jr. 'out buildings. and a lien will lie reserved by liurtoni horse and out of a inare by under our sujiervisiiin, or the cuit Court upon tho property Bold until all the Misses Stella and Clenne McWhorter another A farm of IfrJ acres of lich lard, part level nnd part rollu g, line dwelling It. E Henry. old Preston. supervision of some responsible and purchase money H Piid. anil Nell Rice were visitors in Richof 8 rooms, hulls, cellar etc, - ucro orchard, L'J miles from town en pike This reliable person selec'ed by us. W. II. 1IKOWN. G. 0 C. one ii burgaui. Wvandotte mond, Monday. For Sale; Siler-lacThis November 15lh, l'J15. Win. Herndon. Alt'y for I'lir. pKtf, I'er setting of 10, plice 0c. Mr. and Mrs. John Mutpliy of rear 50 acres of very lerlile land on pike mile from town, good dwelling and, J. E. Robinson, Capt. Am. Ilourne, Auctioneer. S. L. i.ivton. Paint I.icfe. Ky. Richmond were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin, ni.e oiclimd m il the land pllcid right. large liatn ai.d oilier J no. M. Farm, W. II. Ilrown, ' Ol, ispie ike. Route 3. HuicMI Sunday. J. A faun of 118 act en, 4 mill a f mn town, on ike, lunl nnly rolling W. Ii. Hurton. Alex Walker, Mtas Stella McWhortor lemes Sutur- splendid improvements. f ...l. i a tti ' I'm l.'iii.1. ii.. T. A. Elkin, Ilasolden Ilros., u visit to friends III Atlilaml. '! r.o A faun of 110 ncies of line lu d well In tr. . (,ul, tn pike ccrcttible to mar- t't wi F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton. ""titlngton W. V'.,. ket of thrtv ccunty ttata, land lieH well. 100; $3 50 for 200. Mrs.Vred J. Conn. P'lntw'"" Logan Hubble, John 11. Smith, The undersigned hereby g've warnnr. anu .Mrs, r. n. sniiin woiu j A small faun of 18 acres, mile fiuu pike, with goul linpiov-inentG. M. Debhon, iioss ' FOR SALE: Good gentle carriage KUeHU at u birthday dinner on Sunday Vjsher Herring, II. II. Cox, ing to all persons not to trespass upon CITY PROPERTY: uuiru, wins i.ii.c juuiik ui me nome oi ,ir. omiiii hi. carters-- 1 iii,i,..a Hmu J. W, Sweeney, our lands for any puriwso whutever as J. II. Leawll. villo. Nt w iixu'ein dwellii g of 8 inn r, 'I halls, ctllur, hath rutins, intdern W. M. Mahan. we will prosecute all offenders to ful Withera Ilros. Rtv. L. N. Rowling o! llroJherd lest extent of tK law. Hunters and. iinpioviineiits, furnace lietlid, tlectilc lights, wuttr wtikfc, i mull imdein burn ,1 rOR SALb: Aged Kentucky Red . (j,Ie)l ,U rt.Kular a,,IloIntnwnt at ,ha Willism, Marcus ami Jim White. and acres of land. II. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pope, Fishermen especially take notice. R.rkshire Roar weigh about 400 pound. cliri3tUn churcll Sun(lay morninK nnd Mrs. David Chenault, Ed & N Ii Price R.L. Elkin A dwellii g of Q Kims ui d (Ut buildii gs m,d 4 acua of land. . J. G. Ilurnslde. UVt!nlnK Ba WKS accompanied by his Frtd J. Conn, Phone W. It. Cook, II. 0. Arnold. J, N. Elmore, J. C. Rigsby. Anotlnr.it w nil dun dwelling of 10 mirs with till n.idein corvenlencia. ,lcrbert' T. C. Runkin. Huffman Ilros, Mrs. E. L. Frazco John Tutum, A number of other dwellings and building lota. REWARD: Strave J. sandy and black 80n' At an ",?ctior of c,mr;" "llicers on Sam Cotton. Win. G. Anderson. R. L. Arnold. T. It. Slavln. weight about For further particulars and pricts ii quite of ipotte ' gilt, W. II. Moss C. M. Moberly. It. L. Darker. W. M. UurgeBs. Sunday ut Old Puint Lick, Messrs E. T. M. Arnold. Jr. 250 pounds. I Woods, Woods Walker and R. J. R. E. Henry. J no. M. White, S. C. Rigsby. II. M. Lear. llriglit Herring, Julia Parka Slrus Daily. MAN. For Sale: 3 in, Burdiell Wagon $05. Walker were elected elders and .Messrs A. D. Dradshaw, Wo will add other names fur 25 cents Scott Huffman steel tired Buggy ?50. Carriage $100. R. G. Woods, Ilurnain Ledford, Jerry R. L. Darker. Higgim and Jesse Calhco as deacons. Win. and Lizzie Onstott. Lancaster, Kentucky. J. R. A'ount. cash. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. COMMISSIONER'S Headquarters for Real Estate "THE LAIND OR NOW" SALE OF LAND. Wanted I Fruitand ShadeTres (Shrubs. GraDe Vines, 'Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Strawberries, jSeed Potatoes, I ril 1 1 -' "" - H.F.IIillenmeycr Jlil-KX- ,." 393-J- . 1 e j SALE-Cultiv- ated ' i j ii". e M-- C. 1 l. , At POSTED h 378-F- SWINEBROAD. THE REAL ESTATE