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KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 17. 1917. 3E CRITICALLY ILL News from tlu bedside nf Mr. John llrown, who Is now In the (!ood Sam nrttat! hospital at Lexington. Males that his condition is critical find fears are entrrtaiiieil for his recovery. NUMBER 7. DOE D EG DG is Corn Planters, Harrows, Rollers If you want to get an Avery Implement get busy. We have not many of them Jleft 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. Headquarters for DON'T I MLSSlT WILL The will of nf finli Orclinni. wiih probated in premises next Saturday May 19th. at cninl) court Ht Stiinfi.nl :i t Monday, p. m. Don't miss It. This is before Judge Hilly. In which In wnlmv bonalide sale of the beautiful residence Was left the entire estate of hi I'Hrtlllv property of Parker (Iregnry. House- possesions. hold furniture will he sold alse. W. C. T. U There will lie no "Street Knir" in The president of the National W. C, Lancaster this year. One was about 1. U. lias sent an urgent request to to lie hilleil In appear here next week. every great woman's organization in but the opposition to its coining ilevel-ue- il this country to with the mi strong, that the management Woman's Christian Temperance Union ileculeil til call it nfl. in an npieal to the president Wilson fi.r Ihe protection of the young men who are nlisting. The Lancaster W, home C. T. 1'. sent a message In the Presid Mr Fuller Herring has recently purchased the haniiiioine resilience of Mrs. ent nnd. also to Mrs. Wilson asking her to lend help in this trying Inur. Kisher on Lexington street NO he lii auction sail of .real estate and household furniture as advertised PROBATED in tliis Issiih by the 1). A Thomas Itenl tin- - Int- - fid. J. il. Willi, Kstnle Agency, will take place on the tin1 Buggies AND We have in our STREET FAIR Harness sample room Call and place your order. sells' I Conn DC DG DEED Brothers. EE CEDE DE Sunn LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. STEARNS Ameaica's first In quality, KNIGHT. KNIGHT motored T car. ship stands unparalleled. In r ticl ion il design, performance, workmanand material, the STEARNS-KNIGH- Scout Master. K. M. Tinder, informs us that he will take Ins troop of srouta (Kridav) to Paint Lick older and heavier models HI night to show the Una of that section just what it means to be a boy scout and the good work that is being don by these )oung patriots. He hopes to organize a squad at this place and we do him bodily harm. Hopkins claims know there is lots of good material Ilrock was approaching with a shot gun there fur such an organization. in his hands and as he (Hopkins) was likewise heavily armed he opened fire first, resulting as above stated. He LINEN SHOWER (!) was tried here before Judge Arnold Miss Martha Tinder entertained last Tuesday afternoon and his bond fixed Hi Thursday at an afternoon party and at Jl.owl which he promptly gave. linen shower in honor of her friend and hnde-eltcMiss llernie Lear. The house was Artistically decorated in "BLACK HAND" BLACK BOYS The County Sunday Convention will Spring llowers, which made a beautiful Lime, sand, cement, rock, brick and Gel in bad at police Court d for the bevy of oung Hudson, Hughes & Karimii. be helil at llilena Vista at Mt. Olivet salt. girls who called to shower linen of While trying In regulate the morals Let each school send oil May the LV.th. It is reported that some hemp has u delegate and help make tlu" a com- their ow n fashioning upon their girl- and munnersof some of the colon) damIet hcra slightly damaged by had hood friend. Delightful refreshments sels of the titv. by writing "black-hand- " plete Count) Convention. Had Insurnnre at once from (iamcs. were served and the event letters and threatening them with thoroughly enjoyed by all present. death and torture, picturing coffins, Ited Top ("line Seed, Cow l'ea, Soy, One of Lancaster's coloied ho) has daggers and other weaHins of violence I been honored at his school in trans, Millet seed for Hale. Danville Ion their letters, got aliout six o our Hudson, Hitches A: Karnau. by t ing made custodian of their new BUSINESS CHANGE " trilling and idle negroes in the Police 'llg. Ulyssess llurdetl is the nonored Mr. Coy Sanders )esterdav closed a Court last Friday which resulted in a The Ladies of the Methodist church w(li) Unvn h8 hi; deal for the giocery business of Mr. line of $11). and costs for Jalnes Ander ,.,,... M will serve lunch in the church ...i..ti. . II. D. Lee, in the Central Hecurd build- son, George Cheatham, Hubert Navlor, at noon for the nut of town visitjngl ing and the invoicing will begin next George Jennings, T. J. Huifman and ministers and delegates. . nr privations are bound to become .Mohd.iv morning. Mr. Sanders is thejRulus Wimsey. Not heeding to the Prospects are that C.iriaid County necessary unless enough is ruined tor proprietor of the Candy Kitchen and threatening letters, these boys lay in Hemp, (lames, ourselves and our allies. The govern- - we presume will continue same in con- - wait for one, Maggie Penman, and will exccll the state on the Insurance man, has nude amine..'. Weill will see that Ihe farmers uiewell nei'tion wilh his new grocery. Mr. to "do her up" witli sticks and . rnents to give yull full protection paM despite the hugeness if theirciops Lee has leceiitlv nought an iuleiest in other convenient weapons, which resulThe best thing that America can do H ag.inst hail on vour growing clop. the Lancaster Mills and will devote his ted in their arrest and conviction. more essei.tul Ih.in tolmcco Insurance to plant enough to feed the world and unliru linn, Id this liilwiiiMM nfli.r Jul,. Most ol these boys have been in trouble 111 "'at case the limners n! America hrst. Policy issued and in elfcct at once. befure now and a few more olfenses will reap the profits. fhone llio. like the previous ones may land them years AWAY UP IN THE RUNNING in the penitentiary, where a few at hard munual labor would do them sk. t riP When J. T. Hill, Jr, of Stanford, im- fill good. for the Demomunised his ciindidn-'r ASSOCIATION Vlf cratic nomination for County Attorney, PRESS TO nf Lincoln county, It threw a bomb the ranks of his opponents shell into MEET IN LOUISVILE. and ii:i got the w ise ones guessing the Chicks your month to look is His The midsummer meeting of the Kenresult of this interesting race. and them Oi friends claim that his populaiilv and tucky Tress Association will be held in competency us n lawyer, will laud him Leuisville from June 11 to 1?, inclusive, You can do so by buying a specially notwitlutiindini; the fact i i....:.,in,t I., ii.i.t ..ir.., ivi.j r.io..ii...i i. a winner, that he is running iiguiust three popu. the Executive Committee of the associ- lar gentlemen in the persons of Will , ation at n meeting Kriduy at The Seel-llurcWill Ilansfurd and Judge Sam! bach. The coming seesun will be the Owsley. hrst summer meeting ever held in condition them in n good which Louisville tiy the state newspaper Howling Green and Cerulean workers, for summer ONE CENT SALE springs: also made an ellort tu secure Mr. K. K. McKobcrts is advertising the meeting, C. C. Ousley, secretary feeding twelve days, we for in the issue of the Itecord a ONK of the Louisville Convention and Pubnoted have for them CKN'T SAI.H that will Httracf liui-imlicity League, anil William 11. Morrow, ! I hunters fioin eveiy section of thet'oun-ry.t- secretary of the Louisville Hoard of "d from those adjoining. With Trade, prisented the invitations which I lo hold the Njl every purchase made ut the regulur resulted in tho decision You will set' tills in the window ;it The Executive Com y I price, u duplicate will be sold for only inciting lice. pA'one cent. The sale will begin next mittee of the association is computed Thursday morning. May 'Jtth and con- of It. Ii, Klkin.of the Lancaster Itecord tinue for three days. Head the adver- It, II. Corine, of the Shelhvville News; tisement and come ii, early of the first J. N. LuKue, of the 1'isnklin Kavurite, day and get some of the bargains that J. C, Alcock, of the Jefferson News, and have never been heard of in this suet- - II. K. Korgey of the Alhland Indepen ion Ufore. dent. represents the world's- greatest power plant ininliineil with the linnl development of the lout! famous Stearin ehals a chassis comparatively lijiht yet olTerinii the same stiinliness which I 0 The children of the Sunday School, with it'citntiun. story and song appro PARK BEAUTIFUL pnaie to Hie uav, will nave :i conspicSuperintendent Orville Huok has hail uous part in Ihe service at the I'resby- Ia force of "jail birds'" mowing the leriau churih next Sunday morning I he piirKise of this si ecial j grass on the park noil otherwise lieauli service is I fjlng it fur the Inst few clays. Mr. .1. lo help sons and daughters tu appri1 V. carefullv alter eiute what their p.irei.ts have done for has u the Stormcs anil lookedpark Inds to he them; and to help parents toappreciate Mowers the the responsibility and opportunity of mine heaullful than ever before. training their children. Subject of sermon -- The Christian STATION SERVICE Home or The Church In Thy lloue. '1 he Kuril Service Station mentioned You are cordially invited lo attend. in this paper Heveral weeks ago. is now (!) undc igmui; erection hv Messers lla'el- LINCOLN COUNTY MAN ileii llrnthers on Lexington street. Phillips Hrother. of Stanford, being Shoots Jesse Brock Near Crab Orchard. engaged to complete the building, Last Monday morning, John L. which will be modern in every respect, Hopkins, of Crab Orchard, shot and pruve a blessing to Kord owners in anil wounded Jesse Urock. with a .'IS Win this commutity. chester, firing several shots, only one the property of the Lancaster (.railed Sellouts. The price pan! for this splendid property is not given. Houghton, Sidel, Phoenix, Ahlbrand and Arnold Buggies. All new stock. PARENTS' DAY i I la' SI HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, for I i Kentucky Car of lime in barrels just received, Hudon, Hughe9 & Karnau, Lincoln Prize Silage Seed Cofn sale by Hudson, Hughes & Karnau, home-cannin- g I BOY SCOUTS distinguished the I I Edwin G. Benckendorf, Agent. i taking effect in the lalteis jaw. The shisiting occured just over the Lincoln line In this county, and Hopkius was placed in jail at Stanford where he was Arrested last Monday afternoon, several hours, after the shooting. Hopkins claims that Ilrock was trying to defraud his mother in a hog trade and that he accused him of it, to which Ilrock became abusive, threatning to WILMORE, - KENTUCKY. specialists of the The "The present situation of the war Cnited States Department of Agricul- - does n o t warrant panic, neither every housekeeper to save does it invite optimism. The hardest, tureurge they . bitterest, most dangerous portion of bottlis. This is highly important, say, as there threatens to be a serious the struggle is yet to come, and unless hortage. the United States is prepared for sacKruit products, if sealed with corks rifices as great as the British and and paraffin, can b kept perfectly in Krench people have already made, Gerthese makeshift containeis. Jellies, many may yet escape thatdefeat which jams and preserves can be kept even is essential to the restoration of justice in ordinary drinking glasses by the use Bnd democracy in the world and the of paper and paratlin. vindication of international law, now threatened with permanent repeal. And if .Germany escapes today, the OPERA HOUSE danger for us tomorrow will be b vond Manager Romans tells us Chut the estimation. We are in a war the issue show he has booked for the Opera of which is still doubtful and the out house entitled. "My Lady's come of which will infallibly be defeat ohpiwr is one of the very best pie- -. unless we are prepared to fight in it as tures he has shown since he assumed war for our own existence. callinR for the management of this house Anita our b,8t e(rort Bn(j our u,jmae Stewart nnd Earl Williams are the strength." K)pular stars in this five reel production It room Corn Seed, Itape, Seed, Red presents and which the Vltagraph which is produced by that noted artist Top, Orange and Amber Cane Seed for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau, Ralph Ince. TO-NIG- aaaasaNaatajj; BUGGIES, 9 IS! the after start little aright. prepared pi "FJaby Cbicl Food" starts this healthy growth. ten or the s: After 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 5Ugg ies J. Romans 'Purina Chick Food" Surrey's ; W. rWX&mKW(AW$Z The Central Record, Thursday. May 17, 1917. Editor-Lecture- The Great Reno, Who Is to Appear Here on the Redpalh Chautauqua Program Who Is to Speak Here Chautauqua Week r, Farmers Attention. Having leased the Lancaster Mills, on July 1st we will be open for business. We want your ir.ulu ami will l here Is n 11 editor and lei'llirer who speaks r lie writes -clearly and with fnno The l'haittaitiitn has n lien figure with new Ideas In Mr l'likltu n plo liccr In I he phllosephli al Held who III Marina h.s trail Is not afraid In trle mo regions etT the lieati ii I' nil mid whose n nits di ei. 1'h klin makes his hearers think Itut he makes them laugh ns well His are the result of neurit a 'it lures i ncui.i.v. CiiAin.r.s on the Ilcil.ilh iio is m ChaiilnU' l"a program o in tin- - timtnct Tor your Corn, Wheat and Hay, lliismill is pracii-cullnew. with nil iip-ttlntr unit hint ry niul riiiiMilcml one of tlicJIioM in t lit country f c pn pi m Mistnin the roptit nt ion it lins iiimlc in ll.r inM. lit prixlucini tino - p.iinp,Jnii the Iiinl;tMiiiiiiWl price 5?st Flour dnd ze tin-ri.ii- that it willbe possible for any mill to turn out. Wc nr.k the co-i- i criitit ii nf nur frit litis- m proinisiii in return the hifilnt ninrkct price for jutir drain ami hay Wo will the market for seetal hupilrtil barrels of com. in a few weeks Mr Alex Walker Mill retains o cen taken interest, the other over liy II I) Lee ami John T. Hicks S iliritnnj Minr pntroiintic nml mppcrt wc are resuctfnll iine-lhitwo-ilnn- nu ltcno mill assistant dotes In III- hands. I lo throws a glass let er.t thing he docs. These fragmentary tlit second nlulit of water into tlx air. ami It changes remarks are full of fun and wit, with ill dote and tiles nuy. Hash after Hash of good tempered sat fortlicomlns Chnutaiiiu:i Into n lii'iio performs Ills tricks while In Ire aimed at himself or his work. In program In a i extraordinary program of magic and illtwlnii. Willi lilin come ordinary cteiilug dress and mi adroitly n performaiKe two hours in length birds, ducks, goce. pilnoa Jlsr- anil a s In escape detection In ctery cn-i- v one surprise, after he Is able to rabbits, each with n di'llnitu iart In. lie dors things that seem absolutely another on his iiiiillenoe, keeping every Impossible of execution without thenld 'one In a state of breathless wonder and program of tnjstery the delight until they forget to note tile Ilcno burns u i!oci! of ronmion paper; of supernatural ngency. Not the least enjoynlilo feature of Might of time. The fact that many of from the and a date rles phc nlx-llk- c He apimreiitly tears the 'ove Hello's performance Is the running fire these trtiks arc Inventions of Ids own ashes. in two. nnl to li ml that lie has two of comment with which he enlivens adds Interest to the entertainment. tivat Till: nur on otulnz of Alex Walker, H. D. Lee, J. T. Hicks CHAnt ES Scire of L. FICKLIN, I ' Is ".Men and M:i lihii-r- t Ills Journet Into the realm of the worker lo us. rutin whether under the pres. cm induslrlal slelil mini owns the he has built up or whether lal inn. hlnert he Is a tool of the Ills resenn lies Into the relntlte liiltn en- e "f henslity and eiivirolimeiit minim- with iiiestiiiis with a new angle t" them Mr I'll kiln hns tin- rare of lookuii: at life from the stand He ill- points not iiually taken. e wp.l ti.irs of lie- Ife, where he h.is mi' n1 i or with nil s.iris . f lili ins wltti which he h.m.cir has for tears. Ills listenliien wre-HItln-- t ers kii--nn ilealnu with a man who has lived his hs tures lne 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - OF - n SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. (Successors In llulit" UK .1 Swim hiohil KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, It. fulrl) He iIikIl-i-- s He strips away the externalities and hews to the line and deals with fundamentals. Ills lectures are for men ami women with red blood n his Issues Headquarters for Real Estate IN their telns. 'THE Es- I UAiN'U OP INOW" Chautauqua Part of the seniiai rviacninery 01 Democracy. 0- iSXPERIENCE of land, besides AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS s - Miss Clarissa Harrold, Interpreter of Plays, Who Will Be Heard Here at the Chautatmua (Editorial From th Chicago Htrald.) 'liaiitainiua mot fluent Is -- . li e erfertlte Inellis Willi ll the iiKHlcrn world has ills. ntereil for en atiin: pnblle opliilon. W tint the ten oco. ent nrie.i.ines were a centers, may be after what the . .n.i.i-iin len jears hirnk-.ieuioteiiieiit is lnd.iy. It is a putt of ssential m.iihlnery of the deinix tl Till: dis-ml- l ra- y The tlrt i'baiitaiiiiut was akin to the lir- -t woiiian's i lull. It was an for easy culture. It was liueiiiled i " In- - an American contradicUMotics ..ieriUnled remark tion to MiMiliib-- the lirent thai theie Is l'urinu no rotji i'o.'i'l io leariilm;. the early Chan-tHiinbrief nninier liailir- - tiled to adinlnlrter wtih tin- aid of mi auncolhcilc. The paiu iii Kii in-- t to know what wii hupi-em- lt;ii tin- iiiotemi iit crew and rnpldl.t tin- utl mht ttiirs liow Hlrs of more than ri."iK ncren lari;e nmeunt of tow n and city ptoperty and ntm-kof rner .s nml this it g c landiM-- . MtnuuntiKK I" tn"e tlmn f d,ni to clients and cutouiejs mid they are tt y t )e entile nutinfacllon of incite than ncrs for "fair dealing." I'rom my evpetiet.ee in the business I know how. when, where and what to advertise, T the one who'lias property to sell farm lands, city properly, dwi llmi: its or bunni as prnpertyjinerchiindise or any real estate proposition. xilii ' belletitiK I can hamllr It to jour entire mtisfnction. y ,ur ,u.lii'-ss- . now- have oi. Imn.l last tour farm or other prol'i ity with me Miw. but; list of parties who are v.inv to buy something somewhere ami our prcp-ertmay be just what I am lookmi: for. Tothe one who wants to invest. I solicit jour pntrenii;e as I know values thrnilll me jou will pet "talue nctived and know that whin twi cloe a f ir your money. I hate on hand for sale at all times it l.arp.c Number of 1'iirm-.- . Ium lir-(JitV l'ropertj rot in the adtertiml list, as my lit! of proietlj is cotmUntly pmperties and suuie ..f c'lanmnn. bj cales. expirations renewalii. IkIiiik my befl proivtties are not advertised at Hie mpu-H- t of the owners of (inrrard County, write ine ami I will tell ji-If you are n all about our t'ounty.Iits fertile will. Its pruluctH, matket facilities, ci- - d r.iads richooln and cliurcheii. of l.anca.ter and Its business, its people ami its growth i The followil J"t few of the properties I h.ivo on tuiml for ale m llnt reren!foithe t lui-- j 1 1 - y l s in-t- V. CI..MIISSA IIAUU(II.I). Ill of playa, U to appear lino at tho Itcdpath (.'liautaii-quon the nfoud duy. Hit luterpre tutlona of modem dramas have won her recognltlun 'hut Is uwuMial In oncwhoi-comparutlu-- . platform tarer linn MISS Is BO ly lirlef. Her inherited uMllty ban been gether (lltlll.l t llllllllll'l Ihijis, luilllnsl.v line to t)pe us lo hn almost MrciiKthelud through coustuiit nppll-inlloihind study and keen Insight. iiiiciinny at limes. Her rendition of "Wind TosxrsJ Her Interpretations uro fulthful repro one of the gieat fe. iliKtloiik of tho ihnriKterM as their ere SajleV Hill them. Her portrnyul tun of tho furtli'iuiiiig C'Luutjiuijua Mors conn-ho(heir alto ii OKI urn. of the various role, with n pike with about pKiJncrcs of en IF hi.i) . Ihiui i,i- A fertile farm of 1M well iiml is on pike. espis-Iall" rmnn linime. tiul orchnrd. hi Ii .ocntnl A small farm of 'J5 ucreH. with on pike, clou- - to school and churclie. nr 10 nciea Willi large Imrn iiiljon my lgll be hiIiIihI, making afi iicien. Possession at once. 'I'lii- -e whoiniteil learn-im- : iitnuscniciit A muill fwrin of 13 ucre". "4 miles trctn town, un pike, i:ew 7 re. i ulu. wen no n itn- ipMirtuulty to meet lanl lief vh-'laiHut wllhal the well iiij; and new bani.Inood leal A farm of HO acre, on pike lij inileH frt in tuwn, lauil rolling, m n rertih . piiblii leaibiH. Ilie men nml l,ii "ii mostly in ",ras. I.itue tolmcco barn 1 loom house. wouieii wii" -- iiiiiiI for the leireseula life, were culled lite 'Inn.: in i l A farm nflMl acres, extta tolmccti and iieinp IhihI, lollni;. uiy- htiri forih The' hi n imiu'i beuimen creni liplendid clellinK.II"ii"'.cll fenctil in d well vviiteltd tuihnt lutin' ml other of lniieri:il roiuiii for the buildinits. the deeper i sue of the coimlr. It out , part level in d part ioIIii p;, lini dui-lliiu- : A farm ofU' aeri-- of rich lat-datelille for the o was no mini' ntholluht. pre-siooi uls-iaof H room, IiiiIIh. ivllnr etc, 'i ucre nuliard, L'J inilM from town m piki Ibis leullreil the one u lmri;nin. To an Mini has aided III inakluu the rhailttiuiiiii M acros of verv lertile land on plko 1 mile from town, K'"l dttellnie; nml. I'nited Slabs what It Ik. .Men line nrcliHiil ni.il tho IhfhI ruid nj.1 1. Hen I' l.lmbe.t 'ere eiiablid Iiiru Imrn and oilier I tiiiled frtm tieiuetiitoiis ii tut I A faim of ISM itcu--Ilwii. mi ike, laid utll.t rolling tlin UKh It '" s eii'-efor Hi' ir ideas. Tin- - Chaulau-ipi- a ileniliil impiovemeiitH. lias beeii a Ine liiKtitiilinii. In it A faun of 110 acieB of line lai d Wi ll impiuw cl, on juke i.ci't to inni people has the liearl ol the A Iff-mal',.Htttm peo- kt-- t of tlltee ci unty Hentii land lies Well. Toda.t beat tlnroiislv mile fiom pike, wilh i;tiiil imptbv. A unall fum of IS ncrea, ple ale iiuii.hft'cil ill the host loin hed . int-ntsby the H" ' n nt CITY l'ltOI'KHTY: Who can isiiiiiiito the mwer whbli nu ll mi or!.Miirailou exerts In a land New inidein ilwelline; of 8 rociim, a hulls, cellar, I nth looms. intUirn public opinion U tho where improtetneiits, furnace liented, electlic linliti, water ULtkr, imull uiMlein barn Ultimate sotereliiui and I ucri'8 of land. A dwelling of li rotuiH aril out Lui'dinca und I ucres of land. Don't Fattan Draadert. Another new tiu.ilern dwellinir of 10 iconm with all miileru cnnveiuencrs. Do sure and nee that tho lieim In the A number of other dwellings mid Luildine; lota. brcedltiK pens nro not too fut. Thu For furtlier pui'iculara and pricis iriuire of of any ovcrfat animal U likely to lacU tltnllty ntiil Tlgor. The wruo told truu with liens. Tho lusa of many of the cblcki which pip tho eces In tho Incubator ami fall to get out of the shell cun bo attributed to this causa ultiire" tase. tisik part In II. mi- ailcuii It wn a tut :.ml liu'luslte etTort Sum to Mitisf.1 'he genuine desires of the . of the ateraue men and w. iiien who lite in I lie Miiall iiuilry. cities mi l in th i:iileriaiinr oi was provided for thelt burst 1 earlj I'Alt.M S. A futin of K0 acie. partly nillint; laml, rwiI iinpiovi-inent"-, ptuziiie; lard thtown In. acres with plemlnl iinirorint-uta- SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster. Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, May Clarence Eubank of Williamsburg, baa been the gueat Mra, SIST UPON HAVING ARLO, W. M. McCormark. of his aunt, Mra. W, C. Shank THE SYSTEM CLEANSER. baa lieen the gueat of her daughter, Miaa Margaret, No medicine haa met with greater who ia in school at Khclhyville. aucceaa in the treatment of disorders Miss (irace Thompson and Mr. Flint, of the Stomach, Livr, Kidneys, How-el- s of Kings Mountain, were the guesla of and lllood than haa Altl.O, Mrs. Wallucu Wuller, Wednesday, Men ami women everywhere apeak Itev. C. K. Powell of Itoanoke Va, ia of it in the highest terms of praise. Office at Itsiney'a Livery Stable. with Ilia father, (.'ant. II. F. Pow Many thousand who have suffered here Kentucky miserably I nun these ilisensea have ell, and sister, Mra. W. G. Withers. Lnnanter. Wm. McCormnck has relume hern restored to health and happiness home H to 12 m. Phone Oilier Hours ltol-7to9- p. h. roj hy the timely use of Altl.O. from Ash drove Mo, where ho has been the guest of his aunt, Mra. Dawson. 1 7, 1917. Stella Hupley, and two Mra. K. It. Hourigan of Letanon and Miaa Minnie Itupley, Funeral aervicea were conducted at the home on Thura-da- y morning and interment followed in the Ilarrodaburg cemetery. Mra. Itachel Humble died very sud denly on Monday on Monday evening at the home of her daughter, Mra. J, It. Powell. Mra. Humble had had a very aevere spell of grip in the winter aril had never fully recovered from It, nltbcugh she had been able to be about the house, and her death was not ex-- I Depected bv relatives and friend. ceased leaves besides her daughter. wree sons, i. v. iiumuie oi mis city, , ... .. ' ""1. '""10 son Li Ohio. The funeral and inter merit occurred in the Perryville ceme-eer- 02. J. WCryant, Ing childRn; Mrs. J. It. Harris, Mrs, Mrs. Jesse Walter, Miss 1 ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE IN has returned home, Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. N. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele: Doctors Of Denial Sorjtrr. ARLO Is a System Cleanser "You Can Fairlr Ftc! It Wotking." in (IITIcsi Slcmiit. Rillldlniafrl Hull A And, otr. iitntlnif Store, I.ANCASTKIt, KENTUCKY. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes fur Men nml Hoys. Hest liy test Kvery puir )iinriiiitml, 6. C. COX, Manse.Ky J. A.Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofller Over National Hunk. Itesidcnce I'honr 3, Oilier Phone LANCASTER. KY. 1T7 tune will prevent Altl.O taken lot of sulTcring from your Stomach, ren. Kidneys and Liver. Mrs. L. I. Carpenter and little son, Mra. Ilrlle Prrkins mid son, l.ee I'er-- 1 Altl.O ia sold exclusively in Lam-a- s of Philadelphia, ar here the guesta of kins, have returned from Canton Ohio, ler hy Slormea Drue Store. parent. Mr. anil Mra. J. N. Meue-fee- . where they were called on account of her the Illness of Walter Perkins, who met STANFORD Mra, J. W. Ilujden and daughter, with such a serious accident in a shell Mra. It. A. Morton of Paris, are here factory in which he was working. Mr. Mrs. J. . Acey haa been in Lancaswith Mra. Permelia Drown, who fell Perkins had only been employed in this ter visiting her mother. and broke her hip. factory three daya when he met with Mrs. Susan Yeagrr haa been in lnuis-ill- e Ilr. Charles Wright, a prominent thia accident that will make him a cripthe guest of Mrj. W. It. Kin- physician of Chattanooga Trim, waa ple for life. His left leg had to be Mrs It II. Wilkinson of Lancaster here last week, accompanied bv hi ampultted and hia right leg badlv inIs the eiicst of her daughter. Mrs. J. mother. They formerly lived here. jured. M Case Miss Nancy Willia of Nicholasville, Mrs. II. ('. Itupley passed away at Mis l". II. farter, who has been ill t who has been the gueat of her grand- her home on Logan avenue on Tuesday is thot mother, Mra. J. II. Willis at Crab Or- morning at an early hour. mid pneumonia, with measles She was 08 lu be hume heller. chard Springs, has returned home. earsold. Mrs. Itupley hud been in, Dr. M. I) Karlv left Mundny fori Claiborne Walton, who joined the lxMir health for several years, but her New Orleans to attend the Southern Marines hist fall an I has been on the death waa received aa iUite a shock to llRpllst Convention, battleship, Montana, most of the time her friends, llesidea her husband she, who has since, is here with his father. Editor E. leavea two aons, Itobert Lee ai.d 11. Miss Knlheriue Anderson, of about Clay Itupley, and u daughter, Miaa been at Georgetimn fur several months ('. Walton, having a furlo-ig- Mr. and Mra. John C. Osborne, nf Knoxville, Term, art- - guests of her sifa ters, Misst-- Jennie and Charlotte War ten days, Itev, Joseph Hopper, who recently graduated from the Presbvterian Theological Seminary of Louisville, it here with his mother, Alra. Ktttie Hopper for a few days. Itev. Hopper baa a number of calls in view and likely will accept one soon. He has a host of friends in till) city, who liespeak for him much aucceaa in this work that he haa undertaken, John N. Menefre, Jr., left Friday for rort llenjnmin Harrison, wherein-wil- l take training in tho Ollicera' de serve Corw, for service in Uncle Sinn's Army, Prof W. 0. Wilson, whe has ... i..... .. ,u.. u ..,. u,ui ... ...r (iraded School for several years, and II. (J. Carienter, wIhi has been in The Lincoln County Nationil Hunk, left Sunday afternoon for the same place. Antionnctte (irinstead of thia city; Mrs. J. II. Turner of Nicholasville. Mrs. W. U llybee, of Ashland, Gilbert (Irinstead, of Richmond and Latchcr (Irinstead of Cincinnati, Funeral services were conducted at the Methodiat church Monday afternoon at 2:30 and interment in the lluffalo Springs Ceme- tery. I STOP THAT ACHE. Don't worry and comnlain about a bad back. (Jet rid of that nain and lameness! Use Doan'a Kidney Pills. Many Lancaster people have used them and know how ell'ective they are. Ilere'a a Lancaster caae. C. 11. Pope, farmer, Pike, Lancaster, (ays: "About a vear aco. I hud an attack of kidney trouble that put me down and out. My back pain ed me dreadfully and I could not atoon or bend nnd it was also hard to straigh ten. I cocld not get in any comfortable position. 1 read of Doan'a Kidney Pills and bought them at It. E. Drug Store. The achea and paina in my back left and my kidneys were put in good shape. have had little trouble since " Price 5()c, at all dealers. Don't im- ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'a kidney Pill the same that Mr. 1 -- ""I .... V Wednesday, Itev. W. S. (irinstead Missed away Saturday morning at 10 o'clock after an illness of several months. Deceased was for years pastor of the Methodist church of this city and haa held the pastorates in many places in this state and will be greatly missed in this community, where he was known by many. Deceased leavea a wife and the follow- - OneDrop BourbonPoultiy Remedy drtnldntf water cwrva anupreYemnwlmo dUn hoca. rholt r ami ilsiitf-12 i m fiA PPS i t Pope had. Foster-MilburHuiralo. N. Y. n Co., Prop?., tirr chick At Vain ableiMmltry Ijnok fitnj on miuesU I0UII0I IUW CO., lulilfis, If. Tllonof tnrtJIclno. mill Ono TuVrrnt Njttl ma Lei TO AMERICANS. (lly It. M. K. Jr.) Your Cilv is my City, And with spirit true and line. Is your Mayer and my Major Defending your home and mine. Your State ia my And for Is your (iovernor Calling for men Sold by R. E. McRoberts. John Cr.i.liiati J. Casey, D. (iticiiniiiti College V. M. State. men to serve and my (iovernor of nerve. Veterinary Surgeon. 'ilcriii.ir KKNTUCKY DANVll.l.L'. Your Country is my Country, And not too proud to fight Is your Piesident and rav President, W'lieu striking fur the Uighl. Your lioy and my Hoy-Ar- e reauy to serve the Nation With your Girl and my Girl, And the Flag of our Creation. Your Church and my Church Have made us aeo the Light. May your God and my God Uphola us in His Might. H. .1. PATRICK, DentlHt. Kentucky Paint Lick. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts Califomian Had Kidney Tixmuie Jack Maltos, Copperopotls. says: -- I hail such a suveiti ci Calif., of KlJiiey trouble I IhuUKliti i.uu.4 t..iv lo sell out my business. I to-itme-- i bullies or Foley Kidney I'llla wl.ii.i tntlrtly relieved mo ana 1 Pave Pai no recurrence or kidney trouble siutj llien." Borne days It seems as If you can no loncer bear the pain and misery you aurlcr from kidney and bladder troubles. The aclia across your back crows worse with every move you make and every step you take. U Just seems to rob you of all atrenctli and energy. 9 Your head aches, you are nervous and worn out. sleep poorly and have no appetite, stomach u upset and bowels irregular. Foley Kidney I'llla lessen the pain, until It la finally gone entirely. They give strength and tone to the kldneya make them alrong;. active, their action becomes regular and noinial again, and your health growa better nth day you lake this Great liealu: niedlclnc, Sold Everywhere. Cheer Up! up Mulling. Inugh nnd grin, cheerfulness Is nut u (In. The past is golii- Ihe pres-enl'- s here; bear our wnrrle- - wllli Miiue cheer. Conn- - up smiling, life's too great lo vtite your time in curbing fate. Do the hc-- t in hc- -t Jim inn. mid joti will be u huppy mil ii. Ahi- - Levy. Conn' Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. Calls answered promptly, ilnv or night, piionc :to;i Kentucky. Lancaster, jjf MM IE EDWARDS, Phone 365-M M.D BUCKEYE, KY. 11 MB llmlm yflai Twenty Million Tires in 1917 United Sfatcs Tires stand out unmistakably among Only service could give to United States Tires their univprsal popularity and tremendous sales, SUer'SerV'Ce w'l'c'1 n,cans to Vou 'owest mile 1 wH uIsSnSN I 1 k W utlllv SATISFACTION nllilllll I IliJIllflfiill The big 3 combination when Insured in 5-1- llll W The inllillulnll ilfli llll llll I D. A. Thomas. Agency Also 0 Wt1 WxWnwa highest anti-ski- d efficiency from all four anti- - utuflvviViAvuVJ HUNTERS 6c 20 Year Farm TAKE NOTICE. Loans. iwilltllllll 1'',c man wno uscs 'J'1'10 an '!C States Tires knows nlHiinll KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 'ms t0' ti''l't ',c mms aooul United f 5167 ulilMji !',,at ',,''tCt' tatcs ' u'cs arc lnc l'rcs super- - 4 tlWHyfl lly Cheater Fcavino HIKI liy Hex Pea-vin- o 171X1 liy lii'X McDonald, First iluni Horn Carter KIIU liy Iteil Sqtiiricl M liv Hlaek Squirrel. I ilon't suppose there ia n Letter In oil imrre in Kentucky than Kentucky (iriillcniiili. lie Iiiih heell (ill)- - of the must aucceaaful horses in the show ling tliHt Una county has irinluceil in yen. He is just the light aize fur a saddle horse nml Ins Ural colts which lire four years old now are showing the saddle gaita nicely. The Auto haa put the light driving horse out of business to a certain extent, hut you don't huvo any trouble III selling (I saddle horse. I am going to otrer the. services of thla great horae at the extremely low price of $15 to insure. 1 am giving you for $15 what moat men would '1 ( llml I I 'A'oM'y' 'Chain' United States Tires Are Good Tires vZr,C(&u SaS ll'orlh aiiJ li'car that ssci'" Iffl to $40 for. appreciate it? If ao send your beat marea to the court of Kentucky Gentleman and let him get you a charito $25 Do you 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. nice colt. J. NEVIN CARTER StuM, I,. EX X-ANCAS- TER. Y. This Agreement Wituesseth; That in order to protect the game on our landa for u period of three years wo bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. find we further agree to pioaecute with diligence all persona who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wnrdens for the put pose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of ns have the right tu kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the and supervisiuii of some responsible reliable person sclec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. J, E. Robinson, K. L. Elkin, W. H. Drown, J no. M. Farm, Alex Walker, W. II. Ilurton. T. A, Elkin, Haselden llros., F. M. Tinder, II. Dalton. Hubble, John II. Smith. (I, M. Deshon, I. N. Itosa, H. U. Cox. Fisher Herring, Hughes llros, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. M ahan, Withers Uros. William, Marcus and Jim White. U. F. Wilmot. J. U. Pope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. J, VV. Elmore, C. Ilankin, HulTman llros, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. II. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry, Bright Herring. A. D. Uradahaw, Scott Huffman It. L. Uarker. Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. Th ) lentr -- cr 1. r n.ir I iy, M v 17, 1917. COMBS. d FROZEN --ii ii ir irm czd i V ii lt Ice Cif im DAIRY AND CREAMERY COW AT CALVING Trsctmant For Fowls That Hsvs TIME. From Froatblta. Frnteti or froated combs mid wnt-tlr- a nro couitno:i at this ncmon, whether J i'U house your hlid-- In cloned bulldliiKs or thorn wllh ofen fronts. Usually the birds III the donsl hoiwt get the worst of It, ru)s the low a Nanaallj's Candies. IQ - '"lor. The sun's scorching rays dry out exposed wood and cause it to crack. Next comes the driving rain, soaking the parched boards. Decay follows. 03 Dutch Boy Protect your house from, the sun with paint mode nt thinned with pur linseed oil. Dutch Boy White-Leo- d That is proof against all sorts of weather and Ions keeps a handsome, smooth appearance. Whatever your needs In painting (Mr or little) we have White-Lead both the advice and all the materials necessary for a firsuchu job. Write, 'phone or call. Phoenix Feed and Care Ncedtrl to Obtain Beat Re;ult at Thl Period. There li no lane In the whole milk ItiK htIiI th.it hi' Hiieh mi Ituliortiiii' .;. (he i iulilltiliitli( of u bcurlutf Mnudnrd for production fur tin- - tour n the forbid frctloiii lo uiti follow ln calvlns time, write I". I. White, tVn tiecllent Agricultural college. It l in, dcrstood by tunny, but not by nil. II . il If n row l iillnueil from h uce!. i two month In which t rot from lactntloii period to the not! she w i yleM more tlmii when milked contlioi ously i J i o Ihe lime nf imrturitlnii. linllier liberal feedlnu', which iiiinii ly blllidi mild liiltllcht on the luidv during the lnt few nick. nf the liu'tn IIoinetcnd. I'reeilng of I tie hendcenr l largely n tmilter of poor tnhilltlnit of Ihe bird and dumpm-f- t with unldeii ihanuis In leininnitiiro. Now mid then ii licillhy tlgorout fpeelinen In good older will get froHlblle fnun undue exi oure, under ordinary clreituiliiiice unlet the blid N out of roiiilillon from Indi lo free7lng ulnd. but gener froitblle ally there will bo tm 1 NUNNALLY'S C. C. & J. E. Stormes. 31 fa 52 gestlou, faults' tiuirltleii. loo much handling, ele. Ixpoiuiit fo told wliiiln when hendgenr h wet Willi drlul.hu water It a common rniiyo of fireplug Tor treatmeul. thaw out the ftiste.t parM by rubbing with cold ivtivliituiii; then apply ii inlmure of ono ounce of sweet oil wllh otio tcnsimouful of nplrlH of Apply dully. Do not take the bird Into n warm room. Wnrtuth will cause trouble. Me.il Served Candies Si''iHl I it ( tram fur tln wtt-- Peach, Tntti Fruitti, Cnro-mc- l, Cliocolnte and Vanilla. Ttleplione Any Hour FEEDING BROOD MARES DUE TO FOAL IN v SPRING DC W. O. KING, DC No 202. I'mprit lor DC PiRED BLOOD IE AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT KiRht now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound Homes, it needs them to Old Ulory triumphant and unsullied in the air. ki kin Ii the iJteM offerln ' "Jrhlo XIX.. ..' thlj Jir. . ,Brij-- chain-o- f that Iluod fflrmf. tii ir, has plon Ion; dirtanre tiutte, nlde mada to tho dairy nortd. bv, C. I. Hood ih for whom l.er owner. Lovell, Ma. refuel tj0n), recently cave birth to n bull calf Mr. Hood refuned nn ofler of $2,-(- ) for the calf. Sophlo haa n of over two and three-quarttons of butter In alx jrarn. Tho Illustration fchona Bophteand her ron. . Mare due to foal ilurlnn the (.print; montlH neeil n nourishing winter rn lion. A rapid development of the jounc colt It rsteiitlul If n healthy Jearlliitf or twoyear-olN desired. ' I'loper fredliii; of tho brood mare I - breitimncy iletennlncf In n In nro ,. measure birth. 1' SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, U A The exigency no- - confronting us emphasize!, ai nothing else cou'd do, the importance of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ollice, that everybody shouli guard their health as a priceless posWhen you find yourself runuing.down and not exactly session. keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with ever) body at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a Course of COM-CEL-SA- R fl Legally guaranteed to salisfy you, or nieney back If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back horn? for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOl'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 23c. Try our COWIIOV LINIMENT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc. 23c and 50c bottles, Hon period nud whllo the con Is dry Is the secret of preparing the cow for tho succeeding lactation inTlod. Tills may nppear to bo wasting feed, but this Ii tho Important period when It I most valuable. During the Inst few weeks of the inllklns period grain may bo fed at tho rate, of ono pound to ench two pounds of milk produced, reduclnc at tho Ptrlod when the CW Is W If Vhen dry. nlniut eight pound. ir of gralu shduld be fed diilly-ju- oro tho cow Is In poor condition. It would not bo profitable to feed Inferior cows this wny. The crnln ration should I bulky, laxative ami nutritious, hat Ins BlIKMly more inruoii.turniin man a milk rntlon, wllh a iiutritlte ratio of about ono of protein to seven of enrbo-hydrat- e During this perhd pioleln nnd fatty tissues are actually bolim stored upon tho body to bo used In the production of milk before tho cow Is In Miape to digest and assimilate a full ration. It Is Just ns serious to ciowd the appetite during tho tlr- -t tnonth after cnltluu as to neglect to lay on this supply of nutrients. The cow should be kept butt- , oata and one part . ..n ifiimoth or tlllJei) luiy N fcl n roiishapi n hnmi'l) t'f olluical should bo given nt each few.ti, .ii,..ii... tmrt win bo ker.t Ltter condition, and tho lair coat rl!I much kleeker If ollmeal Is iihsI. Oil meal Is unnecessary when clean clot it or alfalfa bay Is fed. Itorso breeders, nroordlnir to Pr. II H. Havner, In ciiareo of live ktoik e- ulon ni tn rem -- j mnia nto craln of ..,. J irw If ," May Oth. Southern Railway System FoUci'iW Hound Trip Fates in effect from Danville, Ky. fo f'9 Luo1 "f Arleulluro and " '"" erpcrl-drle.1- " M . Lawrenccburg Similar LouUville $1.50 $1.00 Shclbyville Marrodsburg $1.25 $ .50 trductions to all total stations brtwttn Danville Lftington and Louisvillt. Tickets limited Jot return trip to date oj sale. anj RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until 5:30 P. M. and fat eiiiiltnlent. or further information see Ticket Aaent, Southern Nattway System. i ' STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Uroadwav. LOUISVILLE, KY. ery. A in 3C Feed the whole . Chick week before calving rtslucc the grain to four or flvo pounds, feeding mostly bran nnd oats. On the day of calving n pound aud n hajf of epsoin salt, lukewarm water nnd good Imy aro enough for n well conditioned cow, although two quarts of bran masli may be useful. Begin tho next day feeding lightly, nnd after four or llto dajs Introduce n grain uilxturu gradually. In H taAln proIr o cfi'sprliiir la the mnn car of who Is eur to bo rewarded. Thero rlro (tent (f inen, hv hato bought maro Th oi rran sihi tj treedlnir every I e icutsh to tl.o beat atal-lloLiu hii.1 atai. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. and paid fur farma tvllblii thu past ten tears by their rur brl draft mar's Tho maro and foal (Utund aro lvrtl.erona. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, Surplus 430,000. fr. President' J. K. STOIIMIIS. Vice I'res't . DKNNV. Ilook-Krru- croae this gradually about Jiouud per da1. Do not exJVct n t6K to handlo nil tho feed called for by her yield of milk. If sho has been properly conditioned nnd U coming to a good How from ono nioulli to fclx weeks Is early enough to get her on full feed. Tor froiii three to tlx months she khould gradually lo-- o Iho tlcsli stored up. Winter Dairy Feeds. E. II. Meutnn, adviser for Impute 111., (.uggests the following county. grain mixtures for the dalryuicn'H use this winter: To be fed with corn 1,000 By feeding craln a'one ou over-fee- d i.itt nf the rhick'i bodvandurdcr.fced other parti. Oraln let 1 f urrll's rm eicc of heat ami rutrjir but l dellcliiit la ilcmeiits U&1 ua.t LiuuJ. um ia, lone, lean cical and Imiwn. 8 elements which eraln led laeai-a- ml oltho WccalcU with lMr.n allMris'ltl.stWcksctmssl'uuianaurUtiacot. Iced as directed, wc tuaraotte durloir tho Cnt UoM cbcckcrt-oar Purina Chicken Chowder 1 mrnl, 300 pounds cottonseed met.1. To bo fed with corn sllago nnd clover or mixed timothy nnd clover hay: fJraln mixture, ano cornuieal. W0 luuds dried pound brewers' grnliiB, 200 pounds cottwisied meal. Teed n pound of grain mixture fur ench threo to four pounds of milk. pounds, corn Dairy Byproduct. A dairy cow weighing n thouand poundi voids about twelve tons of solid nnd liquid manure In u ;enr, worth, ou tho bails of the clement of 30. rrwilnllifil llltout The liquid manure Is tvoith CU per cent of .i i.ni.. ,im,i I., iwoiiiiv n total loss. and alfalfa hay: (iralu mixture. bran In cwnectloii with oats and corn. Tho present high prlco of mill howeter, has lid many feeders to reject bruit. There s no reason why wheat lirau should hoi bo rejected In tho ration If ollmeal is given In tho aid Dr. liar-ner- . amount recommended, Allhotigli ollmeal coats moro per 100 i"inds than wheat bran, tho cot of a pound of protein In ollmeal Is much cheaper. There Is n tendency lo feed horn 1 Hiring the winter ton much hay. brood mares may bo fisl from one to one nnd a futirth pounds of hay per too If clean lioiiiids llto weight dally. cloter or nlfalf.i bay Is used only one iHiund s r Jiki shiiU llto weight dully Is necessary. A coinhlnallon of the grain nnd bay ration reooiniiienihsl assures n trong colt and a good milk How at foaling. Dairy Cow Efficiency. With a gixnl dairy cow the owrhend chargeH mo less In ptoportlon to the work dono t Ii at t with n poor one, nay C. II. Kckles, dairy husbandry department, L'nlterslly of Missouri. Wllh it cow producing I .Ml pounds of consumes fat a yearnioru than half U tised to inalnlaln tho body. Tho con that makes 450 pounds of fat 11 year uses the Mini amount of feed to main tain her body, but It Is only about !15 percent of her total feed toimumplloii Tho reluullillig lu per lent Is tled dl rectly for mnn making; nemu u iii larger pioporllou of her total ration is available) for milk production, nnd the feed coi-- t of u oiiud of fat or of milk Is lower. Fewer Cowl. More Profit. icrlaln Wauimen conn A tear iigo ty (Wis.) dairyman wus IIu trna milking cieten cows una get ting n liionthly cieaui check of f:!S. lie Joined tho Waupaca uud Ilutternut Ily Itldgo Cow Tedllng UHSoclallon. weeding out tho robber cows and them with good producers, I'T giving tho herd Utter feed and care, ho Increased hi monthly creuut check Mo from ten cons to fUO a mouth. has ono cow 1cm lo in'.IU and n cream rheck three limes as. large. Orange Ca.hler. It. T. wltUKY, Ass't Cmhier. J. I., (ill. I, .Safety Sarnual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. l'oy. IUJSINK.SS. Stormes. S. J. II. D. Cothran, Alex It. Dennv, J I. I". Denny. J I. (Jill. Dr. W. M. Klhott. Directora. III Collections Bills and Claims of all cltisscs arc lected by our System everywhere. colWe make ahFt lultly no cliuiHe t p;iiil to vm or i ! ii.i I'J (!) u!(ilu it.". r.ty is iicliiull thus Wink Double development or money back tsja. odIt la tl wiete el a calci'a lilc I (!) Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us jet the money. It will pay you to inveflicaie Dl (!) iur proposiiinii The Sanders (VSercantilc I) Ayency I'lionc l:I'J ii. Coy S. Sa.nliTH, Manager Ollice 1st lloor llrinlley HUg. West Mile Lexington St (ii s JnCHICK S&BCKEN VpoedfeA U feed XlCKOWDER oooooooooooooooooo DAIRY NOTES. Don't neglect lo hato tho Ixix Malls ready for Iho cows that aie to cnlto In the early t,piiiig. If cream Is held too long It will Ih'coiiio bitter nnd hard to churn. Nn herd of cows can lu well unless the mipply of water Is nbiiiidnut nnd clean. If (ho herd can be watered In Iho fctablo and help themselves ho much the heller. Rlvo Ihu heifer that me lo ealvo lu tho aprlng very special caro. They hhould have exercise, but not where they can bo Knocked around by tho older cows. Hotuctlnios ii cow Is uneasy, step or motes or even kick when being milked. Pee If there aro atiay hairs on the uihler Unit aro being pulled. Iteuiovo theui by Iho use of ihcar. J X"aI mmsejsm Diaw A Check ALL DEALERS For Sale By Jacob SchulzCompany Incoriioraled. for the money youove ami note liow much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like lo do buslimss with a man who lias an account nt Bank & the Judd Farmer. Btop Watt of Fead. Qulio often a flock of hungry chick ens will upset n vemi of scraps as soon as It Is set out for them. Ily putting tho scraps hi a larger and more shallow vessel they will never upsc It and there will be no feed waited. Garrard Trust Co. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- All Occasions. or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention They know he is cluing business in a business like way. Wetter open such an account even if your affairs ore not large. Thev will grow all right. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. oooooooooooooooooo The Garrard Bank & Tr.ust Company The Central Record, Thursday, May 17, 19lY. 2 isn't the main idea in the heading. Many of those spirited sport suits touches are from the front Military ideas. Notice the well defined waist lines, the free and easy shoulder effects. -- Yes this Suit looks as good from the front as it does from the back, but that Ml TBMT HAET, SCHAFFNEE to show you. & MARX have produced these lively designs that you want All we ask is a chance Prices $1 5.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. II MISC f 01' QUALITY. CopuiM Matt SrhCurr.VMu JAS. ' "Wm SIHTIS Wn-- li Invented Slavonian Alphabet. Thes-iilniilr- a. Two ltrillnr 'trilu utnl Mi ilimliii- - mliliiiirli" III Mir.nni In "nl'l nri i nillliil wnh the Inti nrinti nf IIh' MhihiiImii nlplmlM I "f 'In' I rn iil h I ii Hi mill tin' Inc. urn if tin iii'ti.n m.I" iliul laiituntr llrlll I'wlllii- - .i..l III limm ill 'xVi l ,i- -' Imp nf ihe mini- - v a- - In nliill- - Would Nerd Microtcepe. Viilli- hud Jut been liri'inl hihI liuttrr In jtiU'l Iht. Sin' Innkii! nt II HitiMilly "Mum-- j fur ii iiiiuiii'iit hihI tlii'ii liin. does Isnl it j till Mr '" "Yes, if miir-i- - In- ilni'i un- - 'till reply, "I iiiitliiiiiil tin luili im-- 'Will line jinr uM gluti H piece nf 'I limit iii in int, liri-ni- ii.il " I I'll 'nil inittir The Friend. It Is in t In- - ii'". "I trniilili- - when 1 FAKMUR'S COLUMN ! miiiiii In uIhuii we iiiiiv haw (nitkcil fur Hint iirniiriici'iiiriit ri'iriml nml others, perhaps. iih Willi inlilm Irnit us wlili Imnltit) Hint the warmth tiUi f ( iM lil firm lilt fOI 111' ICllI nf tin fniii'r Im nrt nml tin' support u . t tit r mnl i tr larinrr for u t Im reused 1. tut nf Hit' f ri.n.i hi- ha nt tiling" in ik g k n mnl ,i nlin..ti.i iiiiiiitiiiiinl gratiHtm-tnrut tli I'Hii'mi H!?tr1 to m1rr t ml. tut N.t tt t - Mill .e mi i iir luiir lllra tri ft ri clear uatvr. TW Rice for Ink Stains. tin st;ilinil iirtU liMisitiu l.nilril inMniil of snMp. nuti tlun nriM in EWhat Does Mean? A Hair's Breadth. linlmlly l.iiir'H a lluvwltti It si('itiTa ten tliouvunltlH of un inch. ml rti, (ri-- - !. 'tiny i.i tlK It, "Iclinive Fair List Prices jj Fair Treatment Klllt SAI.K: N'lm Inmlw Kuutf 1. A (!imI Grounds for Suspicion. uinrrli'il hi n ally think fur imr iniirn'.v?" Hi' "WVU. tin1 ihi Ijii'hI rwr mnl vlfwn uiiy my imniry liu Ih cii pilii';, It Innks Joe Cliicillis. Mi tlcl ttll 1 1 Ford Car Tires GOODRICH BLACK SAFETY TREAD TIRES fHE balance line for the Ford car is drawn, and the sum total of its perfection struck with that new Goodrich tire, the biRcr and better Ford car tire Goodrich s Of SUPER-SIZ"Threc-Sevcnty-Fivc." Bigger and Better 5&t ft i I Jack for .nile. 1'nint Kick. III 1'. IS. II. I'uley. I OlS SAI.K: "ill. I "Srine ini'ii treat- - ilelr nutitr an v. I'll, cultivatril ht'inp .lelr fnmllh". ile .nine a)." alii I'lii'le Klien. "I ley Invim "fill. m r lley lliii-- tl' Ii. M. liri'fti, euro muili 'limit wnrkln' fur 'em." -I I'. I). N:t - Not Strong on Work. until it is followed by indigestion, colds, congestion or fever. It w eakens the sjstcm generally and spreads its operations until sstemic catanli or an acute illness Is the result. It means inflammation of a mucous membrane some where in the head, throat, hronrhi'il tlihr"! stnmnrli liil. iary ducts or bowels. It always means sonant blood the blood that is full of impurities. Left alone, it extends I.HiicHliar lluutifit I? 1. Tip of Your Nose. If Jim feel the tip of jiuir tin-- e Jim will linil that there Ii n tiny eleft there I'eiiple with tievrn lihioil In their U'lm ' Harreil I'ljlll.ltll ISock eKKa, 7"c per lire mill not to pness this ilhl.-lo. sotting of 15 or twi, settinRi for fl.'S: Her Talent. Mr. J. K. Amler-io"Shu's liunlnil. Ini't she?" "She KOK SAI.K: I'ure Iln-i- l Ilarre.l liock think" "hi" Ik." "Vocal or . eKfis, 15 for 50 cent". I'lione tal?" "Until. She sIiikh nml she's !. i it I'd net tins; of 'M-V- . I'ljinoulli ISock eui;. per in. Mrs. I'orter ISich. I'lione n. Is the nation's reliable remedy for mis comiiuon. it restores appetite, 9ld llitreOintt. inflammation, and thus enables thq mcmbranes.turough hicli w e breathe anu inrougn wuicn our loou Is lo do their work properly. Peruna .fu. .'W5-J- uiiuum, niiuiuuu' sands of testimonials, hac established uas mc uomc rcincay r.cr'Heaay-lo-Take- . Its record of success holds a promise for you. THE PERUNA COMPANY COLUMBUS, OHIO ". . j ji.il Tom ISay. In keeplnc uway new E it not only meets the INDIVIDUAL NEEDS of the Ford car, and SUPER-STRENGT- H -- but DOUBLES its VIRTUES. New as today, it is nevertheless already familiarly known by the knowing as Goodrich's "Three-Seventy-Five" ' hundredths inches in the cross section. And it's an inch bigger too in the circumference. to fit That's its sire: Three and seventy-fiv- e Its heroic size, however, is designed rims on Ford cars. is made solely with the safety tread. 30-inc- j h It five-ling- er It costs but little more than ordinary tires nt the outset; and the nattier appcanmce and added comfort it gives your Ford car, and its own greater dollar ECONOMY, make it the better buy in the end. The B. F. Goodrich Co, Akron, Ohio Wonderful Shadow. You can obtain Peruna In tablet krm One nf the Iiioiiutiiltis In (Vylnli linn lor comcmcnce. I u ri'inarkiihli' -- Innlon. of Inleail For Sale Cheap: I'amilv mare. 15 on Ihe Krouuil, It iippear" to rlie liamis, gentle for chililren. (I.A.HowlinK up like n ell In front of the nl)erv-er- . Till Is ilue tu mist. FOIS SAI.K Cultivated hemp seeil Which? i.iic iiiiiiiriaiion. .ion ii .11. rarra. When n wnmiiii lu'Klus to notice The Only Way. .cr net nml word of u man she has KOIS SAI.K. Nice two ear oM lillv. nf Miirtlns n i lmiii ell her to love or to hate hliu. "I'm thinklm; rlmi-ly h llurtiini hor.ie ami out of a mare liy lumlne picture theater," "Well, there'? Inclniiatl Times-Star- . "It Couil iiinney ill that olil I'rcston. I!. K. Henry. the nioiiey I'm after. Hut 1 would Save the Tooth If Possible. like to -- ee my wife ami children once The mania nf ninny ilt for In n while." ordering ilie:ied teeth eitrncted is iiieetliiuAUIIi iiili.ikeii protect from tlentisls nml .Inclors. They wiy teeth Irish Rivers Dark Colored. The rlcrs of the llmeriihl Nle hae should he pulled only when the Ymi to )M diir free cat jiloji on lit their rnots iiiunot be healed. pnerally u dark color, iwlic to Ihe fact that most nf them, lit smut- - point ; In their course, (low throiiih peat Speed cf Sound. nun lics nr beds, which Impart u dark Sound triitcl in si sllll nlliio'plnre hue to the water. j nml modi rate temperatute nt ubout !, j 100 feel per -- iinnd, mid llicreiises Yes, of Course. iilinut one Iihii tor every riM- - of As tlie temholy one the wny The Dah- snjs hint.MHilii n i;ihh iicriisin the pnpi i' perature nfrlc ib uree. i.m-ii- al deal nml wood ltistru lllmllt the hlillllflll ift'el'ts of inlVee shaipeii III pluli ; liml smne luents sliarpi'il luiire than metal nno. aui) nml 'he shniilil Ihlnk thc.i'd EverythiiitJ for Orrlmnl. I.mwi wny of IciuoUm; the tilcntltie. I'iir- - , I (iarilen. tonus Magazine. Americanism. Write fur free Ciitnlotliie No Ailtb That III u ttiiMi more illslltH lively 'k i'i-- e Incomplete. w (ban ciiu cull Amerl-eniil-i&. Sons. The ilccrlptinii nf n Milti'ii-- e us mil' luiili In huiiiaulty, our cansniiiethlui.' tliat. In u riillrnad cur. claim that love nf ipuili!. Due tn i ii l.eiti(ltoii. Keiilticli. not be placed ill tin aisle near .Mill, ill Amerliiitis of KiikINIi orUin lire ulnt'.e I'.Ul! e above .Mill nr In the seat the rack the ilepiisiianes nf this belief, this pas-sli.Mill, is not llllicellier i'iililete, Atnerlcn, . . . ideul The beciiil-- e it tun be, nli'l M'ry fl'cipiciltly whltli is Ihe mil real America, Is not Is, placed on the fiet nf the piisciii.'cr in tin1 I i i iin' of any one race; her .miu. t'hrlstliiu Science Monitor. me ton law lor that cus-to; the Kntll-- ll race Is nuly one nf niaii. nice- - ss nil which her future Spoke From experience. . WiMiniu lieati llowcll Imriiesklin; a rest-b "This pnpi r sii lly tn a lin.i niii.iiii mi l.'n.'llli scientist fnuinl It cnolil dcaw TO times lion n weljlit; iner smooth siirfiices," "I yue-- s ih.il'K nil said the wife. Should be Engraved or llrlll." Ii plied the baldheadcd Embossed Dowadays. "I've seen nun lly draw 170 The undersigned hereby K've wari others." It reflects pood taste and uig to all peroiid not to trespass Uon ( For Sale: Three ear nlil lilack jack, itli uhlte point'): alio two Annua bull calves. A. I). Ilrailtliaw, w Wanted Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Graoe Vines,' Rhubarb. Asoaraqus, Roses. Seed Potatoes, as. Ete. Strawberries, - iH.P.Hillsnmeycr Personal Stationery POSTED gy'teff- in the Long Ruri - dat once creates a favorable impression. TEXTAfSi Outwears feather-comfortable-dressy-waterpr- oof UteGOGDftECHi fibre sole for shoes Suppose you come and see the nun) Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. THI3 Central Record. Work. but what's hear-nlilus long us n mini can work. The nature nf things doesn't ihauge. Unwell It seems ns If one's life was liotlilncbiit chance. That Ihe square of four Is sixteen, mid ,nii iini-- t Ii iiirlln n jour lever In proportinn to Jour e welthl, s us true win u l tiiiin's ns when lie's happy; mid Uio oll it good iet nf wnrklllK is, II crlp-hoh- l of thliiK' outside sour own lot. i:ilot. There Is nollilii our laiidi tor any purpose whatever we will prosecute all oirendera to ful bmt extent of U's law, lluntcm hiid. Kisliermen enpeci!l.v tuKe notice. VA& N II Price U.I.. Klkin J. C. Uic.b.v. II. C. Arnold. Mrs. K. I.. Kraree John Tatum. U. I.. Arnold. l M. Moberly. S. (' llicsby. Julia I'urka I T. It. Slavin. It. 1.. Iliker. II. M. Sirus Dully. We will add oilier numei for 25ceiili cub. The CentralSRecord. Thursday, May The Central Record INCORPOHATKD. 17, 1917. LOST: On May Stli.,"Sieina Pbl" pin' about the size of n nicklr, with pearl ncttitiKS. Reward If left at this oilier. SCORES ATTEST MERITS SUNDAY He SCHOOL INSTITUTE. issued Weekly. Il.oo a year. The drain nnd patriotism of the tuition, in the government and out of it, E. ROBINSON. Editok. R. L. Kl.KIN. Lncnl Ktlitnr nnil Mgr. are insistent upon prohibition at least for the duration of the war. mv In Unroipf. Kj.. Knterrd at the IHch cerminr- Seed corn of .itinlitv. J. la fecund Cl Mall Mullet Member Kentucky 1'rens Association and tion anil carefully selected. yellow anil silage corn. Hudson. Hughe & White. i ! annul. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., May 17, 1917 TOBACCO PLANTS SCARCE. There has lieen more complaint this j ear from the farmers throughout the county about the scarcity of tobacco Rates For Political AniinilllCeilieiltS ,11)M WH, rv,.r Kmwn here. For Precinct and Citv UIILvs .t 5. '(".The uround that was e.nect.d to be por County Offices 10.00 planted in tobacco is now being prepar- 16.00 ed for corn or hemp, and indications for State and District Offices. 10 are that the tobacco crop will cut down for Calls, per line 10 one half. For Cards, per line tor all publications in the interest of individuals or expresHOME CANNING INDUSTRY. sion of hvlividual views, per The industry of cunning fruits and 10 line 05 vegetables at homa is a very large one, Obituaries, per line despite the great amount of this work done by machinery. Then there is the We are authorized to announce the done by following Candidates, subject to the increasing volume -, of canning I'rimary. girls canning club- of which there are action of the Democratic several thousnnd in the country. August 1917. This year there are two seiious factors. Can ure not only County School Supeinlendent. scarce, but have more than doubled in .MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. price. lieeides there is the high cost of sugar, which will prove a serious County Court Clerk. handicap when it comes to putting up fruits and preserves. Again, the stock J. O. HOG IE. of canned goods carried over is very JEl'THA ONSTOTT. small, so that the canned goods put up W. A. DOTY. by machinery will probably be so high J. HRUCK LAWSON. that it may be cheaper to nut them up at home. Assessor. !,,), , . . E. 15. KAY. STANFORIKOURT A good sized crowd and a car load of candidates attended court at Stanford last Monday. Many cattle were sold at high prices, yet we beard quite a little complaint about the scarcity of grass for this season of year. The candidates hai their inning, the three candidates for senator probably pushing their claims the hardest. Garrard County's candidates seemed to be the favorites in the running in this county, it developing that Messrs Mount and kautfman, each have friends who are pushing their claims hard in the county which many think will be the "battle grounil in this important race, llojle's candidate, Mr. Harlan, with many friends from his home county, were not letting any gra-- s grow under their feet, with the cry 'its Uoyle County's turn". Magistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLARK. 2- - Magistrate District No. LOGAN ISON. County Attorney. GKEEN CLAY WALK El!. Sheriff. A. K. WALKEIl. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HAKLAN. J. It. MOUNT. Representative. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOG AN MALLARD. County . Miiuple "tnleiiieut t, Ht.rni.ICK SPHINCS AutuMtis It'ONTINUEDl 1 um f.irmer thankful fur the iM. S. Hatfield, I). D. S ) Booil m Mlfe koi from Timlin- IVr nearly- - seven ve.irs At nlxiut the sixth J ear In the child's he nan tumbled wllh her ntnmurh. All aorts ot nirdl. life there appear the first permanent i Inen f.llleil M help her until she tiled molars one upper and one lower on Tanl.ie We keep It in the luiuxe nil the time now ,ind ulwuvx ret uinim ml each side, 'these teeth are the most important of the entire set. Nature It " HKKUY Men Minnie Teir . 'I am makes n wise provision in furnishing Kl.nl of mi opportlllllt) to ti ll others these strong grinders to hold the jaws how mm h I .ipreel.ite Tunl.u. other metntM'iK of my f.iinllj have uteil apart, and serve the puriHis,. nf mastiI feel cation while the tempor:u teeth are it wllh eiiunlly muni tesiilts we must keep It In the Imiiii1 all the being replaced bv the permanent ones " lime beneath them. It often hnpens that Mary Ce.ll tndl AM'lKUt Mr KeMlutl no npixtlte and lll.ihilll) t" these first permanent molars are defec sleep well at Mailt li.nl unilei mined tive in formalatinu, and decay begins I until unke llii.l and early. At tin; time, if it has not been im health was er nervous. Sl'tce taking Tan-',i- i' done earlier, it is especially important I en l l.r.irtll). lee; uell :iml feel to introduce the child to some compehett, l than In enrs." Ili:i)i:i.llKi:(i - linald ll Prime tent dentist, who will make a careful "Aillte Indluestlini. lllzzlnesH ami examination of the teeth mid gum. anemia euiifril me to heoime nil runand give the child instruction as to care ., lost uemht and had no down Tanlae h.m rneeiit more of the teeth. This will open the wa) Kood appetite and sound for future friendship betweti the child uetutil. deep It took tiMi buttle but the and the dentist, if the parent has taken results were wirth It." the precaution to explain to the rhild tht the modern dentist is only human, LanTanlnc is being introiluced in and any pain w nich mav be mused is caster at R. E. McRoberts. unavoidable, anil will result in better Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby teeth and less puiti in the future. He cities. Paint Luk. .1. N. Metcalf; gentle, but linn, with tin- - little Imy or Little girl who is rutfering from dental pains. Hecker & Hallard; Hickman, Collier and llruner; lierea, And above all, be honest. Don't friS. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug ghten thV child by telling how A WJ t'L Junction Citv. Reynold's and it Is to have dental work done. Neither Store: Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; tell them that "It won't hurt' unless ("rah Orchard, l.yne Urns ; llurgin, G. you expect the dentist to use a general T. Schoollleld; Danville. John S. Wells, anesthetic in everv case And joii will Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts. and W. C hardly find a dentist that will promise (Adv) West. Silver Creek. to use geuertl anesthetics in ALL cases. sure to attend the Sunday School Institute at the Lancaster Methodist TANLAG Church Thursday night nnd Friday. Tho service Thurnlay night begins at 7;,10 with a prayer service led by Rev. (5. W. Holfinan of McKendiee church. At 8 oclock. Mr. C. J. Nugent will KnnfnrkiarK Plane Stamn nf " " deliver an address. Mr. Nugent is thoroughly aiuainted with the Sunday Approval on Tonic. School work, and is giving his whole time to the work ns Sunday School secretary of the Middle Division ot the M. HAS ENVIABLE REPUTATION E. Church. South, thus trnvillug over three or four states. The session Friday will be an all day session, begin-mu- g When n inedleltie s wimhed for hv at S:,'!(l A. M. and adjoining at 12 hundred', in n Mule like k for dinner, beginning again at " P M there tun U- no doubt us to IN merit. and finally adjoining at "P M KelKMikhiiis ure Hot eusllj led to nuU There will be n number nf interesting public statements about iiiiuhlin: speakers Friday, including Mr Nugent I'lu'.v ate liu lined to lest n reined, mill Rev. C. II. Greer The public ure l tliiiniiiclil.i before plai lug Ihelr m It originator cordially iuveted to attend all these Therefore Tunlue ure proud lo point to the hundreds of sessions. F. I). Palmettr. Pssto', leMliiioiilaN Klven voltintiirlh. Iij peo pie nf t In- llluo (,'rass State Here are CHILDRENS TEETH. t :1 - (urn is ciillivali'il. It is now n Milcinii iililigMtjnii upon every fanner id sec l lint Ins ielil its tit mi ns In iiinkc i'Vi ty grain t ininl unit iiiii.nI. Tlif fvc.N nf tin' wliolt; wnrlil ate tiiriinl Inwanl llic American fanner nml ttixtii him fa lis',! lie rcsHinsiliilily of nut only supplying his own with enough lo ea;. lint the Allied countries ate tit pending upon In view of these coinlilii i.s it hermits the m luuu tu also t obligation for evety fanner tiruM- - ilie er cultivator to inaW' his ii in I ptoiliice the utmost (Jet one of these cult i valors, while they last U-sI Phone 27. Becker & Ballard. tn Kfj-cr- Bryantsvllle, Ky. iitiiii'irtf f.nn t,r fh t'ltizt'i) h tioitiK hi!" hi.rc tnujinlt iiw rntmitt'tiitrr itv nir ll (Jf)MWltlllU Vittjr IIHHU' with ti )iu .tn hrl iirrr' to tut (l.'iMnit opini; and stronnthcmtx tt. u Mr riiuirt-wtli our IVilcriil Kexrrvi Il.uik a portion of our ImIhiic with in hiiil withuiU toit, uu lu'jit.'l tlitt.t. fruit, At tht (.Hint Inn ntfnnN tin th ptoltrtinii tlx I i ii thr 1 nitr-i- l Stntt" r'itii ! Sn!Vm irn"!i"! n tun m um .iv" iwtt ilie I rtlcrH We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. J J WALKER. Vice I'tm It. F III DSON President Jot: J. Wai.KKH. Jh , Hook Keeper. . W Picnky. Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP. Inslner. I'AINT LICK Mrs. R. (i. tYoods and children spent Saturday in Richmond. Misses Alma and Mary Lear were in Louisville for the Derby. Dr. W. 1,. Carman attended at Louisville, Saturday. Mrs. Mid Ross was hostess to the Nickel Club on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Joe Eads of Ford visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. liurchell from Friday util Sunday. Miss Nellie Jones of Irvine is the guest of her grandmother, .Mrs. J. 11. J. HOME ECONOMICS. By Mrs. McRoberts, lhairman Of Gar- A Judge. , PRESENT FOR AMERICANS. Will Get rard County Food Committee. Much of interest is being written uc on wha isVoman's part in the War. There Bre innumerable things women can do. and some of them might be left undone, or better, left to men to do, while she concentrates on tasks for which she is suited. The great majority of women will srve their countiy best by becoming more efficient and more helpful in the every-da- j wcrk they are now doing. It has been demonstrated that bread is as essential as bullets n: the war. and that the food supply will determine the issue. In tlurtv-lislates of the union, women are getting expert advise upon home economics, nnd attending lectures on gardening and agriculture, thereby hoping to cut doAn while tile acute situation lasts. The service laid o u t by the congress on food conservations, particularly suits tin-- women of our small towns and rural districts of Central Ky. So, while nth rs are planting and sowing wo are reaping a rich harvest of long experience. And while thev are learning tu can and preserve we may, and should, be teaching them how best to do it. The thriftiest and m the world live best right in Garrard County, Their gardens and orchards produce in abundance the very choicest vegetables and fruit, and we are fortunate indeed in already knowing how to do the things that women of cities and huge towns must first be taught to do. There is nothing spectacular, nothing obviously heroic, about this sort of service, and it brings no oiitwardglury. Hut It will have Its own recompense when with summer over, and tho strain of war still upon us, we will be able to show the work of our hands in our homes, as our part in the war. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. 1). FORD. First Regiment On French Soil Lace Flag From Velar's Women. .. .0 0. 0. The women lace workers of Velay We are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the ac- have united in making a lace (lag with tion of the Republican I'rimary, August, the colors of the United Statas and intend to present it to the first American 1917. regiment which goes to fight u;xn For Assessor French soil. EUGENE HL'RKELE General Lafayette came from the region of Velay and the old chateau in Ilrandcnburg. Mr. James lacker of Lexington was which he lived there still is standing. the guest of h's mother, .Mrs. I. C. OUST THE FOOD GAMBLERS Rucker on Sunday. Leopards in Palestine. There is a place in Chicago called Rev. C. S. Ellis is in New Orleans In undent times the hilly ranges of the grain pit. that most Americans feel Lebanon. In Palestine, were frequented this week as a delegate to the llapllst like callinc it something else, especially by leopard. Kven mm they siiinetlmeH Convention at that place. those who live from hand to mouth and appear In nml ahum I.elinnon; also the Mrs. Arthur Riddel and children have those who have been no the wrong side cheetah, which Is tami-i- l b.v the Moliain- - returned home after a few days visit months. meilaiis of Sjri:i. uhn employ it In with relatives at Kingston. of the market for the lust six ,iu,ltl" ,l,u K!,z,'llt'- In this grain pit the price of wheat Mr. and Mrs. C. C Cornehson and has been run up to three tims what the Eli. Jr. were guests of .Mr. and .Mis. Granddaughter of George III. farmer who raised it got for it. E, F. Iledrick, Wednesday. A woman "ho had llvisl through mo-thi- s Strange tu say those who have caused Mrs. It. M. Lear has returutd from unprecedented rise in wheat and1 meiiimi period, of Luropeiin history, luhess of Aleck-neve- r Middlesboro. Master Reid Lear accomthe I'ouiwr have cleaned up millions m cold cash, lenbnrs-Streliu- . died the oth.r duvnt panied her homo for a visit. tumed a hand tu help raise that ' of ll uetj seven, hue Mrs. Price Williams and .Miss Heltie all the mlwiliMil use wheat-- ui fact have gambled ginliiMailliler ol (,eorgc III of was a Richmond were guests of their lives .in this important cereal. , tM!i. h,. was mar- - Williams of ,;,wmi(l. . The average person doesn.t know r,M tlt in, uud outlived both .Mrs. ivld Williams, Thursday. .Mr. John Wytin purchased a handand In r son. who were how this wheat pit operates. Redoes- - her n't know what is meant when he reads Micresivel ginml dukes of .Mecklen-tha- t some six cylinder Ruick the past week, hu. iinlonk. May or September wheat closed burg-.Stithru .Messrs Hervey and Woods. ' .Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker, Mr and at so und so much In Clncagojesterday. Hut he has got a fairly tirm grasp on Mrs. Robert Walker and Miss Kstello DRY FEEDING CATTLE. gambling is tnu main ptoKsition-th- at Walker motored tu Stanford, Monday. what turned the trick. Robert McLin, who has been spend, Advantages of This Method of Handling Now, what plate Jias gambling in ing the past two months in Virginia Over Pasturing the Animala. food got in our natlonul life at a time At tho receut mei Hir,-- of the Kaukn. Willi relatives, is at home for the sumwhen we are straining every resource kco County (111.) I'uie lSied Cattle mer. to stop waste, to conserve 'r"u' ' Ilrceders association visitors were Miss Hallie R lyston was hostess to ces, to make every out.ee ot food and Bp;t.M ,,piitiu,ity of eoinparing tho the Ladies .Missionary Society of the enelgy count Its most? bcnellt of the fco called dry leedlug Presbytertian church oi. Friday afterAs matter uf fact It has u big place over that of pasture for cattle. ku s noon. Oraiigo .ludd I'ariner. but as b matter of justice it ought the Prof. I.oyd Lutes was in fiom Loni:. M. Wright of Manleno exhibited not tu have any place. twu herds, one which bad been raised don the past Week tu hold the county It ought tu be stopped. on blue gra-- i pasture nfter ttn-- y neiu examination fur pupils wishing to enThe North Dakota wheat farmer is a largo eiioiish and another which had ter High School. mighty useful person, He raises wheat. been fed on silage, alfalfa, hay uud Mr. Lee Ledfoid left Monday for are mighty useful, cotton seed anil which had never nut Indianapolis from which place he The railroads will grower tu user. on pasture In their lives. At Hie ago of go tu Fort llenjamin They ship wheat fiom Harrison to enter twenty-twmonths tio held of eleven the training camp there. The miller is a mighty useful person. cattlo which had lieen dry fed aver-nge- d He turns wheat intu good Hour. Twu unfortunate accidents occurred 1,100 pounds each, and at tho Hut the wheat gambler in the Chi ' " "f r"l"o which had in our midst Monday and Tuesday of "m cago pithe is the one useless factor this week. On Monday, Mr. Harris, tun ,iii kuuu uiuu kim"s 111 the whole chain. He does nothing aged a little less than 1.100I'a&uiio aver- oue of the linemen at the telephone exiomiis each. gamble in wheat. but The follow In- - Is tho diet or tho calf change had one of the large mlea to And yet he- - this gambler fixes the until ho Is largo enough to cat tho dry fall on him, crushing one leg so badly whole country, feed: Ono pound of led dos flour, ono price of wheat for the he was taken immediately tu the pound of soluble blood Hour, ouo pound that for the wurld. A. Clay Infirmary In Richmond ' of ground liuiiilny meal and ono pound Pattiu If there is one feeling of wrath in ot H'lM'ed meal inlJrd tosether In oue and it is feared that It will have to be America that is justilied today it is the' gallon, of water for ono feed. Tho dciU' amputated. Tuesday, Mr. David Her feeling that the country would be well vey, while on a ladder doing some caroiistrutlon allowed that more erv eel if the whole Chicago grain pit could bo raised by tills method oncattlo penter work fell backward into a pile few-e- r could be kicked across Michigan-boulevar- d acres of land thuu by the old pas- of iron and several heavy timbers fell into the chilly waters of Lake ture method. on him crushing two ribs and bruising Michigan. him badly about the body. CONCRETE WORK Let Me FigurcIWlth You On Your Foundations, Pavements; Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. S. SATISFACTION (lUARAN'TFKI) PRICKS KKAMlNADI 1 J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. LANCASTER, Ky. 6'C Cv li' .C?iiiC-)0Y- ) Floors Hero universal U Woodwork Furniture tho cleansing and beautifying agent Hanria's h, Lustro-finis- h The fine saving "Do the thing first, that lies nearest thee", is particularly applicable to the work before us us a committee on canning anil preserving food. Fruits and vegetables are not yet in season, but perhaps there will bo no other time this year when eggs will be as abundant or will sell for as little as now. Those who wish to preserve them can lind no better time than the present. If the water-glas- s method is used, or the order methods with which su many are familiar is preforred, the mum suggestion is of. fered; use only absolutely fresh infertile eggs. It is a mistake tu preserve km egg more than twelve hours Do old six hours would be belter. nut wait till August or September to begin, for it the process is a success there is no depreciation in quality of eggs from length of time in storage. Everybody, everywhere has sotno need or other for Hanna's Lustro-Finiaand beat of all everybody can uso it. Child, man or woman, nil alike, can soon learn how to apply this superior finish to things about the house nnd make them beautiful and new. sSU Vgrum o cS?ialr Sold bf CONN BROTHERS. The Central Record, Thursday, May 17, 1917. Special Offerings of Spring Suits, Coats and Dresses These garments incorporate all the latest style features; are attractively trimmed and beautifully finished. 4m r tiv um Purchasing one of these means absolute satisfaction and a money saving. Jam 71 M You'll be pleased and charmed by our remarkable attractive assortment of Spring and Summer Pumps and Colonials RnuVAnh We know you'll aftrce we have eclipsed all former records by far. Surprisingly good footwear fnw- - Ufnmntl look .it urlH PhlMnn scr- - t.' I f V i i! I, Wnii'i tm drop in today fur .1 nruuil (Jtiiililv ami uv u.sMiie yon iMt 111 evrellent font went reasonable prires just our Carpet ilcp.iriint'iit pattern thai will Milt n new .shipment of ni(j the must inMy customer THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO The One Price Store. THE BEST MAKE OF IMPLEMENTS ON . Mm, Charles Domnnnof Nlcholasville Aim. John Al. I'arra left last .Monday Mr. Henley Iliistin this for a recuperative Slav of several YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS MLOU. , week weeks at Martinsville Ind. She was V Alns I'olly Simpson ha been vlitlng accompanied hv Air. Farra who will reAir. nml Mrs. Junius Speak and Mr. main only a few days. FOR SALK; One pair 1 year old horse anil Mm, Pnynter. Airs. Cal Kast of Amelia Ohm, and mules, eight nice stnek Iiors. i Airs. Will Hays i !. H. Swinrhroad. f Stanford, was Airs. SnphronU Killer of San Francisco California, have heen visiting at the Airs. Mildred , over to see her mother. Single t'onili llrown l.e(;horn Krss, Kengarlan this week. Tliey .v ill j Heazley, last Tuesday. remembered here as .Misses I'lirnnu Hi for "fi cents. IImi for il.dfl CASH. Airs. .Shiti Yantis, of Indianapolis, in and Krle C. Karra. Alarv Hicks when they lived Wl,l, llox 'J7L'. . here the guest of Air. Henley Hastin, their uncle. Air. C, C. Stormes. I'iim, l!nfT Kel?s For lluli-lilnjiitnl in attend the Lear-WllkiWasliii.Kton Notes, hy "IJich" in tl.e nhiniMon strum If. f..r too -- -. Danville Advocate savs .'I W. K. Moss. Lancaster, Ky. Mrx F. I. Hrnwning and little sou. "Judge Charles A. Hardin, of He i Hint Aliss Carrie Millar. who have been rralsli'irif. has heen spending a fi . FOIiSAI.K Day old 4 hicks, r. Lush-el- s k visiting in Lebanon, li.no returned lays in Washington this week. 1, . of cultivated lump seed and two llOIII" Judge is justly popular with the Ke sows and pigs. ' Walton K. Alesdamcs Frank Alarksbury. Jot-- K. tucky delegation m Congress and I'hone :t)il I. ' Robinson, Robert Klkin huh AIis .loan being warmly received by all KentUi Kf III SA LK: Totnalo Plants h'nrlians, kians here. Judge Hardin was aecom-- ' Mount niolori'il to Lexington Wedni panied by his kinsman. Air. Kd (iut.iei, I'ondetosa, and Stone varieties. AIo for thu ilnv. Ir, who came to Washington lo tend, r sweetl'epper plants n;ady in a few dsys Atr. Je's Arnold ot Krnnkfoil ar- his services in the engineering brnnch Mrs. S. C. Hendersnn, Luwell, Ky. rived m tlii-- citv IhmI night hiiiI n l hp of the Government for duty at the guest of her mother. Mir, Klla Hettis, front. Mr. (iaither has spent the past NOTICE on Danville Street. thirteen j ears in .Mexico, barring thei I last three in Cuba, where he has been am standing my thornughbres) Messrs Henley V. Hastin mid ,1. I!. engaged in Civil Kngineermg. Ilaeldcn are attending the Conclave just the kind of man the country He is Shorthorn bull at Sl.tKi cash. need, (.' IMt-pd- ) Wm. Hay. Hiattsvillu. Ky. of Knight Templars which in in region and his services will no doubt be readI at Covington thin Week. Air Kph Pennington, of ily accepted. CONTRACTOR WANTED. Air. Joe !'. Price, who hold' a lucra-- I Stanford, is also a member of the five position in the Canal Zone, it at party". . W....1...1 .. tiinirucior to built! one """' home for a two month vacation and it mile of turnpike on Wolf Trail road. with Ins parents. Air. and Airs. Kdgar "BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION Call on or phone. Frank Land. Price. One of the most delightful receptions Phono ,7..I. :,)Uto j;,,, 3- Mr and Mm. A!e Walker left Tiles ever given in Lancaster was that given 5 d for I.awton Okla., for a stay of by Airs. Victor Lear last Monday afterTheir friends here noon, complimentary to her young several month". NOTICE, MR FARMER. bride-elec- t dsut,hter, .Viss llerme. hope that their stav will only lie S e have a limited amount of Choice About one hundred aid lift) invitations were sent out and from the throng that Cultivated Hemp Seed that we will Air ami Air?. V A. Lear entertained came and.went between the hours of contract and bin your l!H7crop of lint (Jet jour order in while they lirnlnl pHrty at a noor-d- a) three ami six, It seemed all had res ut16 the ltt,t- luncheon Wednesday, after which Minded in person. S S S. Lumber Co. the part) mntoied lo Lexington for the The spacious rooms were beautifully i afternoon. decorated in Mowers and greens. In the receiving line was Airs. Lear RUBBER TIRING Alis Sallie Lutz wan called home Monday to attend the funeral of hei handsomely gowned inlaveiejar chiffon, Rubber tires will advance verv ma. lirother-m-lawAir Reed Cromer of I Aliss liernie in a Frtnch creation of terially in the next few days and as I Kast Hernsladt who died suddenly of pink crene meteor, exiiuisitely beaded, have the best quality of this rubber Airs, Harold Oldham of Uichmond, and pneumonia that the market affords, it will pay you .Mrs. Ltge hord wore gowns of white to see me before the advance comes on. Air Knnis l'erkin9 has returned lo georgette crepe. s W. J. Romans. hm hoint' in Georgetown for a In the hall was an improvised bower recreation. He is one of our of smilax, beneath which Misses Alary competent ollice force and we miss him Lee Lear and .Margaret Cook setved AIT. HEBRON it visiting 0 Jlo. ilJ. 'muchly". Airs. frappe. House of Quality. J. Kairis Ytnget and Aliss Sara Wood Vender. of Danville, were at tractive visitors in Lancaster, Tuesday afternoon, and paid the Record ollice u pleasant call. .Mr. Nunrod Crump, who has heen looking after the irterests of Spears anil Son, returned to his home in I'aris last Tuei.day. Air, ('rump experts to leave for Canada in a few days. Air. and Airs. S. II. Kstes THE MARKET. Gossip About People V V?; S A HrUf John Deere Binder $145.00. John Deere Cultivator $33.00 Oliver Cultivator $3 .50. Walking Cultivator $ 5.00. 1 Oomts hyThoi Mtntion of thr Comings Wt Art Interested nd nml chil It. dren. Lillian and Donald, and Air. I'hn ilrimn and daughter. M.'ivme 1'eail, Sunday nnd miitorecl to Georgetown ere visitors of Air. and Airs. Harvey Al. Kstes. Airs. II. (!, l'oynter and daughter, Mury and Christine, ami Airs. Alfred I'oMUer, little son and daugliter, left 1 uesday for Aluncie, led., for a visit to the formers son and the latteis lirother. Air. I Inward H an ey and Airs. I Miss Sadie llaughman, of Huntonwlle is visiting Airs lioss llastio r J. R. MOUNT & CO. rw Sipijjre Dial House h Mr W S. of Covington. . is here for a shoit sta. Hon li. II. Tomilsou made a liusmess E trip lo liarhort ille last Atonduy. M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. Ollice Itesideiire '7t Mis- - Cue rHloii of Stanford was Harvey. the guest of Aliss Johii .Mount. Tuesdav Drawing the Line, Airs. James A. Heazley, who has A Wichita man has sued his wifa Mrs Harold Oldham, of Itichmond. is heen sick some time, was taken uorse for divorce because she cursed him, heie to iitlend the Lear-Wilkiwedand kicked his and yesterdav was moved to the (iood Mnoked clgar-tte- s ding. Samaratian Hospital in Lexington Milns. No lad) wilt kick a genllcnun's Kmporla ti'iizette. JIiss Stella Sanders is in Louiswlle. where she will he operated on today. the gucsl of her snler. Airs. .1. .1. Her friends are hoping for her com- The dining room carried out the color scheme ol pink and while, both in tile decorations and refreshments. The table was covered III an exiUisite imported embroidered cloth, the centerpiece was a large white French basket tilled with pink and white snap dragons and ferns, extending from the four corners of the table were festoons of pink tnaline and smilax. The ices were served uy llenedict and weie French baskets tilled with pink roses, the individual cakes and mints weie also iced in pink loses. In one room was a nretiy bride's book where the guests recorded their names along with good wishes and advice to the bride. Altogether it was a very happy and very delightful rtter.iouti. The popular bride-elec- t up regretfully is given troni Lancaster socielj but the nest wishes of all go with her to her new home in the south land. Air. Karl Grow attended meeting at esley s Chappie Sunday. Air. Irvin Dean bought a colt recently from Air. Earnest Hall Fur glo. Air. Karl Crow brought at the llcrnett sale a Jersey milk cow price S78..r0. Air. and Mrs. Dellard Hrumfield and little ton were in N'icholi-svillSaturday. .Misses Johnson and L. K. Speaks motored to Lexington Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jas. Hamilton of Lancaster and sister Ailsj Lnvina .Montgomery visited friends here. Airs. Klijdh McMillan and son Hol-ma- n J. of Coy were guests of Mrs. Th.is. Hicks Saturday. Mr. Cmii Kstus and family of Ohio have moved to the ptoperty of Air It. L. linker from the N'eNon heirs. Kev. D. F. Sebastam of Georgetown will preach at this place Sunday morning at 11 o'clock everv body invited. Air. and Airs. Krnest Hall and daughter Klizabeth were with his brother Air. I!av Hall from Friday till Alanday. Little Miss Florence Oaniell Stone has been suffering greatly from sticking a nail in her toot but is some better at this time. Air. and Airs. R. L. Grow and sons of Locust Grove were with their uncle Air. Jn. Roberts ani family in Jessamine Sunday. Mr. Iliirnett. lock keeper, at lock K had a sale last Friday, which was well attended and everv thing sold well. He will go to Pa. to reside. Air ami Airs, lichen Sherrow who moved from here to the Orchard Grove section are rejoicing over the arm n! of a line baby boy, who came on the 1 Ith. I'ursley. AIlss plete recovery. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY jF1E1I We represent the E3F1 TWO FAMOUS CARS Hit VVc ypMoeiLE AND DOOOE BIOTHEBS have with us a graduate of the Hupmobile 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. The serior class of the Alillershurg viMling Aliss Annie .Margaret Llkm hks .Military Institute have suit out heauti-fil- l returned home. invitations. 'I hey tieur the names Misses Jane an Alary Dolv enter-- ' of tun Lancaster hoys, William liohin-soCouk and Itert Klkin Kmhry. holh tamed at a small party in honor of Airs of whom have aciuitted themselves Kleauor llurkhart. with honor and will receive diplomas Air. and Airs. Heuery Simpson, of from that splendid inslitiitiun of learnLi'Mnglon spent Sunday ith Air. and ing May twenty-ninth- . Airs. II. I). Simpson. Very handsome invitations have heen ' .Mrs Frank Alarkshury entertained nl a noon-dadinner in honor of Airs Bjut out hv the senior class of the Louis ille College of l'liariinicy. Mr. llurkhart of Cincinnati. John Alcltoherts is not only on the Air. and Mrs. .1. F.irris Ycagcruere class roll hut wits given one of the in Harrodshurg Suudav visiting .Misses class honors, heing salutatormn of this! Sue and Alargaiet Sampson. large class was indeed a lewnrd of .Mrs. William lay lor known here as merit of which his friends are justly j proud. Aliss .Margrel Milward is visiting .Missies Delia and Aliirtha Tinder. The Jackson Tunes has the following j Air. Itiivmond King of Cement Cal.. In say of a popular I'aint Lick girl. ! is here for a visit to his parents. Air. "Aliss Parks who has been for the and Airs. W. T. King and family. season the trimmer al Mrs. i). (i Mi' Alrs. Jiimes l.avton. of t'lnt'innati. liums Milluerv K.tuhlishineiit m the Ii.is lit'i-i.iting rel:illvi'S mi I lie ell White Front Iluilding, left .Monday for her home at Paint Lick. Kentucky. and county iluiiug thu past week. She wus attractive and competent and Air. Chas. llaierlein und wife and her services were highly mtlsfactory il.iughter vnited his Cousin Air. II ' to her emplojer and the patrons of the I Duiinenhauer of Covington Sunday. store. ' of Shelhy. N. C. The marriage of Aliss Iternie liuitoiij here tn witness the nmriiage of Ins Lear, the pretty and attractive daugh-- l son Air. Aliic Wilkins to Aliss llemie terof.Mruud Mrs V. A. Lear to Air. j I .ear. Mac Wilkins of Shelby.Norlli Carolina, Aliss Alary Noel, Aliss Dove Hums will take pluco ut the hndes home to- Itev. F. Al. Tin and Airs John llaughman, of Danville, night nt K:15 o'clock. attended Airs V. A, Lear's reception, der will perform the ceremony. It will be a quiet affair, only thu close friends Monday. and relatives being invited. Airs. J. A. Itoystou, who has heen WeJdlngs liuirled ulong by Hie war iuite ill at the home of her daughter. attract much interest in society, this Airs. K. C. (luines. we are glad to state 'wedding which was to havo occured is iiiipiuviug. about the middle of June has been hastMrs J. A. Anion has returned from ened because of a'n expected call to the Cincinnati und her host of friends are colors of Air Wilkins, who is a Lieutenhoping shu has received lasting benefits ant In the First National Guards of from Dr SuUlers opeiation un her eyes. North Carolina, Air. Al. It. Williins. H Althnire Alatingly who has heen Call and see our line of Mid-Summ- er Latest Styles in iOTICE I MILANS. PANAMAS, HEMP AND LEGHORNS have opened up a PLUMBING AND TIN SHOP in l.unciistcr. over Mount & (Vs., store 1 ,1. R, J liimrantei' my vorr to give biitisfiutioii nml my prices will be right. Arcade KINNAIRD Garage BROS., Managers. Go, Bella Arnold Francis Public Square Your business iippreciuteil. will i.J P.B. WILLIAMS r R. or- - , h irsday, May ! 7. 1917. Japanese,' Dutch and Colonial Sketches M Merriiees Entertainers to Appear In Novel Musical Program on Opening Day of Our Chautauqua kiiofl Sale ON PREMISES I Saturday, May 19th, 1917 at 2:30 p. m. in Lancaster, Ky., of 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. fn lit' iMU'.v is in i iliM'iiit'tit ualkinc ilivt Hire from PiiIiIp Square lias tit .iiitifiil s'l.nle trees timMi.is are substantial anil in splendid ouiIiiiiui Mhh.IiI l.iri-een to be appreciated Owner la injj Mate I'ltssesMim jlien at nine if do, ml f 'Mr lernis reiiMinalile ami made Kiinwn la The ptii!i(rl HOUSEHOLD At AND KITCHEN tall FURNITURE. the same time ami plaec riinse ileiritiK u li'PiiMiiiiii of inspect the prnpett i.in furniture Mill lie snltl at .niiiin on tlie timlerMiliieil or at the tesiileiue THE l'lioto by Wullnser, Clilc.if lu IMAGINE women In Jaitin"- costumes ami carrjluc .lapjncsc parasols anil funs iu a twenty minute musical sketch, tilled with good music unci a plentiful supply of humor. Next think of these Minn- - yoitin: women In colonial dress, Interpreting tome of the songs and rythmic steps of their grandmothers of the sixties. Now imagine two of this same quurtet In the curb of liutch youths, lnclmllne the regulation wood en shoes, tn n ten minute portrayal of the pastimes of Holland. four ilianuliiK and to these Hi'erotliiu features of their program a x. uil.i r concert In culling dtes-- t ininrtrK duet and so loi, with one of their uumlier In read Ink's sparkling uitli nit and humor, and .Mill hae u pl ture of the program of the Merriiees .Miss liladys ffford. soprano, studied She music In the Iowa State (olleve also was the soloist In the ("ollcge tilee lull. She was a student of William CUre Hall of Chicago for three J cars Miss I. el la White, soprano ami reader, has spei lallr.ed under MKs Minnie .Mae Lewis of the Chicago Mtislcu' ol eji in ilranu.tn art and In olco training under arl K litatcu. Chlcagn. for the past two ears Miss llele While. oiilralto reelv-ei- l dr.iiuati' training In the Chliagn ollcge and al-- o studied olie ii under 'art V. Yawn JII- ICutii IMuards, contralto and the liiauaL'er of the .Merriiees company. Is n graduate of ralriuount college, Wlihlta. Kan., with the degree of A. and was one of the soloists of the girls' flee lull of that college I'or the past two Jcars slit has ecu a pit. . Thomas Real Estate Agency. Lancaster, Kentucky. Cipt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. n. i I1, Four.Flushers. Lots nf men Hud It dltlieiilt to live lip to the salary they want their friends to licllcve thej are getting. ClnclnnuU Tluics-.Stnr- .il of William Clare Mail of Chicago . Hint to Home Gardeners. ou i our ground right. raise (Mitatoes and llermuda grass mm tin cans and ashes in the ame row Memphis Comuicri lal Appeal. it Hawaiian Music to Be Heard Here at Forthcoming Redpath Chautauqua Political Parties, livery treat political party that this miliary any good has gli tn It some Immortal Ideas that the mcmticrs of the .irt James A (iartleld. Not So Fortunate, "My wife Is like Ceorgc Washington . I llon't iellee she could tell II lie to pave her wml." "You're lucky Mine ran tell a lie the minute I K, t n ul f my mouth " Man's Vanity. la mi tain that unv clever woman can make him lullctc that without film the world could not pi on, then hy gaining for herself a hiince. A man i Cossack Superstition, (none the numerous superstitions of the Cossacks there Is n hellef that they will enter heaven in a letter stale of moral purl!) If they are pirsotially clean when killed In Imttle. A They'll Never Believe This. negligent Mtld Itletllcllllt One parents should renn mlicr 'IheleuNIa lure will niter have wisdom enough to fin i hlldretl lit II ills- ll:. vk tint n iar tit f.iil mid neglect to do on 'he pot 'llii- legislature can't rc ll 'he spot llMiistoll los. Many Exempt From Vaccination. It has heeii stated that one half the (hlhlreii horn iu the I'.rltish IkIcs are never Vllcciuatisl. the greilter nuuiher I lis f LelllK cvein ll declariltl conscientious ohjectlon made l,y tho """ Overcoming Evil. I ro.inllu- - ml with i;oo. onlj way to overcome it at all. ii N Die In our "r"1""1 l",llr' Is ",,-M- ,,r,.,,. faulty Is tn supplant soiilethiii la tter. "'" "' "' " of ft It ridwith ""f'1' etOO6O0tttMttt9 o' Lumber, 'j ia.XJ Li O w arys 9 9 (9 i isA I X 3 Kjc M fi H &v 5 O CEMENT. 11 k ft5.U U o o Q O O J llllti' rmM Ilv I All Kinds of Building Material. 0 Hervey JAMi;.S It t'ltUW A. CO., a trio will ho heard hero at the present u novel pro- In Including iUwutlau music. sirkui, II Mr. Krw (ilayi tin IflJtrutaeuti. & Woods o 9 J'rlmo I'alo Kloloul or Hawaii, 1011- I ho United Stales playing IhU tho luuktor arllst of tho lianiitliiK plea to Mauiiu llunU, tuuiibt Mr. I'rew to play Tho I.o.i, tho treat volcano. Tho ukelelo 1'rtjvT to the Volcouo" on tho steel ami other Hawaiian Instruments ar KUlUr. Mr. k'raw U the only man In ucd ezttatlraJjr In tho protraui. ceiled to h Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 17. 1917. m I') & 1 - 1 A Detective Episode n, I ANDREW CUMM1NGS i Thursday, Friday and Saturday, MAY 24, 25, 26 The Plan ?aylS:iJett'lar price for any ,,em here adverlsed and. we will sell you another same kind ONE CENT, of PU TDOSe T!l,s sale WflS deve,Ped by the United Drug Co., as an advertising plan. The company sacrifices its profits and something besides, in order to get a larger distribution of its meritorious products and you get the profit. BOUQUET l Household JEANICE TALCUM TANGARA A FABRIC STATIONERY 10 Stationery Thuir.b Tacks .2 d.iz. lie. 5 I'en or I'encil Clif 2 for fie. 5c Cork (irip Penholders . 2 for (5c. Hie carton Paper DnnkinK cups (25 tn caiton) . ... 2 cartons, lie. 10c UUe abilltj. I 1 hail hern iiiiiIiIIImIIs for smile ill try my hand at iletcillie work. HilMlig nil limie who mis nt tin; head of n drill llle liureaii. I persuaded lulu to Kite me u Mill lie -- aid l,r wnii.il as simii hi lie li.i I ii simple n.... f sline I h.ii Hot pi neii. id he not trust me nlih a diili ult mil- In duo llmo hi- - railed me to bis ollb I and mi id In uie: "I have n .;ttei- - fioin u wmnaii III..- iiioiiiIhk in any Hmt i Darker u. riKl; wo have lueu loolilni: for, Is tol leiiM' the . Ity by a leltulu train In morrow. We have him tnrraled, l,ut he Is going lo make an nlleiupt id break thrntuli. The leasou kIvi-i- i b; Iho liifoiini'i-l- s that he Is golm; In nun-pu- n wlili n in I Ii i r wmiiiiii. who her rlial Sliili oiiiiiilllilrallolis limy sli.cere or Ibey may be tricks m cover n H lreal. 1 ran ou n man lo )oij If jnii like." It u.eiiiriil lo me lhat if I were sue eessful my asMsiant would ilnlm the credit, nml If I failed he would point out wherein I had laen iulsslLen I preferred t choo-- e my own In look wllh me Frank Walker, a thuui of mini' who had wilttcn ii ileteclie slorv leiiiarkuble for lis liiuinuil lie would have been glad of an nppoitu. nity tu that he luulil do ni well In leal iletiH tlve work as in fiction had he not consldeieil the enso beneath his In nj..' ,, le had been shown n phiitocraph of Remedies. 25c lllackhcrry Cordial Tablets . 2 2 for Siic. fineness and delicate fragrance. It brings to ou the ctnnhined odors of the tuberose, the vtolel, the heliotrope, the rerniiiuin. the jasmine nml other choice llovtrrs nil of which are ilelichtfullv bluiilcd in llou-U- one of extreme white fabric-finiswriting paper with a nar tinted border on fp :T.-"' both nailer arid envclnne A'flI Tl I II .i row 111 I)zen The envelope H a net cut and the paper size. 50c lllood Jranire Talcum Powder. I for file. 2T,e. Standard True regular coirespntidcnce Ilorder come in Tancara eterie-. Fabric I'ap- - his Sale ftM.nrf ...1 25c Caruolic Salve .j. ..... fntr . 2 for SOC Two tims-- ci 2 for lie. Sorority Linen Writing Paper 2 for ;!Ic. Catarrh Spray. Iinji. (Liquid) 2 or .Mc. 2 for 10c. 2 t r 2ic. Couch 2 fl.-V- '1 I!o. v vviini 1. V Cathartic Pill Clinrrokl Tablets Rubber Goods and Household Needs. American Ncautv hot water bottle 2 forl.Bl I t $l..'t9 Fountain Syringe 2 for ... $1. Ill 25c Stoik Nursers 2 for 2i'.c 5c Stork Nipples 2 for lie '25c F.ar and Plcer S.vringe 2 for 2i"iC 25c Klannel Water Itottlc Covers 2 for 2iie XV Sunshine Ittibher Gloves 2 for "lie .'15c Piircilla llathing Caps 2 for Xc llellailmma and Strychnine 2 for 2r.e Tablets . COc Aaarcllda Tablet. ,"i yrn . I00' .. 2 for (lie 2.V lllnuil'N Tabled), : frn . llKl'n 2 for i'c 25c llinkle' CacarB TalileH. HIO'i 2 for 2i'.c j 23c Lord Baltimore Linen Writ2 for 2ti- ing Paper 5c Ilijjh-KrailLead Pencils.. 2 for lie. 10c Dozen Stct-- I Pens. : . 2 dcz lie. '.'Co 50c Cherry Svrii Fluid for .Mr. ISic. 21V. "JiV. 215c. Lozenge. Sulphur mid Cream of Tartar 25c Symonds Inn Vanilli 10c 2.V 2 15c T.'c 7.V j 2.V: Cleaning .. 2 fur .2 for 2 for 2 for . l!5e Corn Solvent 25c Cream of Almond 2.V Font Powder 25e 1. V Grippe Pill" 2 f or 2V. 2 2 25c 25e 25c Healing Salve Wc Kidney I'iHh 11 Oil .. lor 2iic. Ic 2.V forMi Jl.M. for lie for 2Cc Svinond Inn Lemon 2 for Iflc Sjtnonds Inn ltcef Culiei 2 for 2Cc '1 for lic Naoal Douche 11 row Hair Itru-Mixed Bristles 2 for 70c Hair ltruih, 11 rows White I!ritlea 2 for "lie 'J for tic Hand Ilruali 2 for 20e Rat and Hoach I'aste ItedlVdnr Compound .2 for Me 2 for He Tooth Itiush Holder 2 for 1'tic liexell SbavniK Cream 2 2 1 .. . Toilet Goods. 50c Violet Dulce Complexion PowJer 2 for Sic. ... -V Jj Knliiev Iteinedy. . .. 2 fur 2 2 50c ISouquet Jeanice Talcum 2 for 51c. Powder COc Violet Dulce Cold Cream 2 forole .We Violet Dulce. Vanishini; 2 for 51e Cream 2V Violet Shampoo Crv- 2 for 2t'e. stal iolet Dulce Talcum 2 for 2(5c. Powder 75e Harmony Toilet Water. 2 for "lie. 50c Harmony Extract Per2 for 31c. fumes 25c lleuti Face Powder.... 2 for 2i!e. 2 for 2i!e. 25c Cold Cream 2 for I tie. 15c Violet Talcum 2 for 2i5e. I5e Violet Talcum 2 for 2(5e. 25c Powder Pull" 2 for 20c. Ke T.ir Shampoo Soap 25c Medicated Skin Soap . 2 for 2(5e 10c l!oe Cream Toilet Soap 2 for He. 10c 2V t.lltlf Liver Pills 25c Mentholine 25c ... . for2iic. fnr'JtV for 2i'.c. Metropolitan Magazine The Livert Manazme in Amerira The Metropolitan la vital, sincere a creation of mine, forwarding looking brains:. Contains an nort- tnt'iil of II piece con- Mttlr.Kof NoUOtlne-- , N'ut Pieces. Caramel-- . llutter Scotch and Creams ICh a IiirIi claks value in every Halm . Tooth Paste . 2 2 l(c SikIh Mint Tablets $1 INI ... for lie. HI. r Yfy, tffjt lin, 5k Syrup H)iop!ios liitva 2 for ?l (Clear) Bret Harte's Novels Four Volumes Ilret llartej) uritcr nerd' no introduction. His atoned of frontier life are real human intera particular. tVwV-T-o.'J- 5 -- o'-V. A -- t t l.V Toothache Stopper. 23c White Liniment 1 ... Liver '2 2 2 for llle. for 2rte. ,,65c ii.66c 1 his -' ' K Wine of Cod pretation. for Jl nl 2 tract . Standard 1'rlco Mi'trnimlitnii 1 Sale 25c Witch Lotion llnzcl Shaving for 2ii". lltrt llnrif ytnr. $2 I volumes $2 for Hotlidjoni yA.VJl Idli hour Sweets, a select assortment of Jelly (Jum I Imps, Toasted MarshmalloHs, Jordan Almonds, Wrapped Honey Nouaal and Wrapped Caramels U ioi:ud box. 1 box COc 2 boxes 51 in a liiind-om- e TiOc ll (ititli s l)e I uxe Caramels 2 In 51e. .lOtf ib IVerilKe CllOCOilltes 2 for file oc Lmnett's Cliewlm; (inni 2 for tic 5c Llctfeti's Mints 2 for lie Violet Cream Toilet 2 Soap llle Lilac Cream Toilet Soap 2 . .2 llle Hexall Toilet Soap 25c Violet Hrut Toilet Soap. 2 2 50c Harmony hhampoo for lie. for lie. for lie for 2iie. for 51 e. AMERICAN A BEAUTY WATER BOTTLE capacity. Iieuvj red water d perfect dentifrice, antl-repti- and deiHlnrant. nnd whitens the teeth. out Mat on the brush. Cleans Uimca E. E. McEOBEETS "Uho Full two-qua- Ki!Ue, Standard Price. TlltH!JU This Sale. Two One OC. rye fficxali 'Drug Store. bottle. Ore that U uuarar-teefor one year, or jour money back. mm Wm I LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Standard price One Hottlu 1 This Sale. l.'v Cn 2botl CI lies--'-'- no dilUrully In hlni Wheli I uw him in I lie station tu (ompaiiy dre-oe- d ly woman, wbu wlth ii betinyeil her anxiety for him loiistaui-lj- . dcsiite her elTorts to conceal It Walker from the start mnnlfr-li- il disposition lo take the most I til hii tntit part of tlu work into Ids keeping, leav Ing the uulmiKiitiiiit part to mo. "I think we had belter divide the watch betweui us." he slid. "Tliev nil- - liable to 'cpurali'. ami we should have It n nan veil which one jou will shadow. I'll lake Ihe man. If you like. and jou take the woman." I suggested that we had lieltcr arrest them both nt once, but Walker is to make something seemed dramatic of It and remonstrated, ur-I- ng Unit wv iuut lirst get them when Ibey eoiilil not get away. I jlelded to lilin, nml when the fugitives entered, the ear we got in ti". "I don't imdors-taud- . Prank," I said, "why the crook Is leaving town with. He is un out disguising liiuiM-lfact duplicate of his pluure." "That's, what spoils the Job," was Walker's lepty: "It's altogether ton dead eay." A woman sat In u seat on the other side of the aisle from us who seemed lobe lntcictod In us. I whispered to Flank a caution not to appear to 1 watching onr quarry, for I suspected this person of hating mailed us doing so. Presently Prank went to the end of the ear for u drink of water, nnd while he was gone llio woman opposite came to mo and said In n low lone: "KeeLon you're on to Jim Harkcr. I'm the party that gate Ike Information on Ihe bloke. Don't try to take Ii in unless you're armed mid get him where ho can't thixit. lie's a desperate man. The woman with him is wimted, too, but if you get him you'll do well. Don't try Id ilu too muth." Hy the lime Walker returned to his seat Ihe woman had returned to hers. As we approached u town of Impcr-lam- e Just hefote we pulled Into the the woman with Marker get up and went to the saloon, whkh was at the rear of the car. A moment later Darker bolted to the front ear door. Prank dashed a Cut him. and I started lo go In the other direction to the sit loon when the woman who had given us the lui'ormillou got In my way "Wheie are ou goliig'f" she cried exelliilly. "Don't oii see that your man has gone out by the forward door?" "Let ini pass"' I said angrily "My friend is golu tifler him. I'm In git the Woman." "See here." she retorted, liltllng "I've put .Mm on to this thing and I don't pri)isi to have It spoiled by linker on lile in the rogues' gallery and noted Ids features iiiiefully. fixing them In my mind. Couvtpiriitly had 1 jiiiir'slupidlly 1 t .von Jim I linker caster Monday afternoon. lihodis on Sunduj eveuini;. IJKYANTSVILLE Mr. I!huioivI King of Cement Cal. The deuth Aoel visited the home of Little Miss Thrlma Itoberts is veiy Mr. and Mrn Henry Anderson nu last short visit with Mrs. II. Dr. and Mis. It. C. Hose wete in win here for sick with measles. II. Ilallurd and Mis Mavme Italian!. Sunday ti It'll t . nnl took from them Lexington Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Wynii were in their little Infant sou. The Lord has tlrooiu Corn is u very profitable crop. Mr. M. O Kennedy has been on the said; "Illi'Sxcd aie the) that mourn sick Danville Friday. We have seed for sale. lit for seveial il ivs past. ' , Mr. nul Mrd. John Anderson of 111. is tor they shall be comforted Hudson, Hughes and i'.ininu. Mr. and Mr. N'ormnu (!row and Mrs. I visitlni; relatives at this place. Cp M. Dean were in Lexington Mond iv. l'lie regular metting of the W. C. T. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dozier and Mr.. Miss Cecil Howling is llui guest of V. will be held next Thursday after-iioo- i, J. L. Colli i run motored to Ulchtuoud the 21th, All members are reMiss Winnie Kirby at Howling Green Muniliiy. quested to be pre.ient. Mr. ti 1!. Uuse was at homo from Highland and ehildieii Mrs. Homer (hvslcj Co. for several days last week. Miss Mary F.llen Farley of Lancaster spent Saturday with her sister Mrs. Misi Llizabeth Ilryant spent the silent Sundav with her father. Mr. J. Henry Anderson. romnlli-- , skin P. I. P.. tlio crcalr.t j with Mlts Murio Ilullurd ut W. Putlev, who continues to get ulong ttmsi. mi.leliil' ami truiiM'1-Min- n week-en- d Mr. and Mrs Jack Itoberts spent Sun. will nicely since his operation. skin nflllillons that linrc mailt yuur Stunfonl. ft- - a 'Hi day evening with his parents Mr. and Minl.li. lnt"l. rnl.U. lieblinr. tiurnlns ami tllarniarurt will UUapix-s- r un and Mrs. Stacey and Miss Askins J The many triends hero of Her. W. Mr. Mrs. John itoberts. ilrr I In-- matte lulluiura o( IbU rtuutlr. IC list luriil uiany euaes prmiuuaml Incur. of Jessamine, were guests Sundav of I S, Grinstead were grieved to h'iar of Mr. Georue Adams anil family spent bl ami will reach jour an. It will ttko this death which occurred at his home liii.in.nU In Un III anil a.lt us Mrs. C. M. Dean. Saturday night and Sunday with his jiint n (rr ripi-rliiiilias I "'ill la tln wajr hat our V Several from hero attended the Dis- in Stanford lust Saturday. mother Mrs John Huberts. tu nt kiittannl eu.tuinrrs. want Oil. l. I', a trial. s r.oc ami uolttn trict S. S. Convention at Ilueun Vista Our Hour clre 1.luom-- baik unli-a- '.'., tlio llr.t ft Flour in sacks or barrels. Vniir The regular 'Quarterly Meeting' serri'lU-vrou. II. ij KUiruntc cd tu pleasu you tir money sklu litaUUj. Ask I). 1). Huaii kirf luur Sunday afternoon. vices will be held ut the Methodist 1U us about Hudson, Hughes & Karnau Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Noo of Camback. and for 18 Yean den Ohio, are hee,fair a visit to Measrs church SaturdayGreer Sunday. The P. H., Her. II. U. will be present ..Miss Allie Creech, Mr. Willio Ithodis, John and Taylor Noe. j and it Is hoped that as many of the and Miss Sallle Anderson, and Mr. Otto Mrs. II. C. Ituse attended the recep- , members as possible will attend these Uowlihfr, were the pleasant gueda of I tion given by Mrs. Victor Lear at Lan services. It. B. McHnberts. Lancaster, Ky. Miss Myrtlu Coldiron and Mr. Jessie MAJNSE. NOTICE. i In The District Couil of lie United Stales. For The Eastern District ol Kentucky. In Bankruptcy. Famous Wash Heals Skin )! DTk Y In the mutter of G II. liuble u liauk-- i On llus2ith day of Apnl A D. 1017, on considering the petition of ihe aforenaid bankrupt for discharge, tiled Ion thv27lh day of Maj, A. D.. tOtii, it is ordered by the eouit that u heur-- I ing be liad upon the same on the 12th day of June A. I).. 1017. before said court ut Covington in said district at or as near 10 o'clock, in the fore-noothereto as piacticuble, and that notice thereof be published one time in the Central lteeid, u newspaper printed in said distl let, and all known creditors and other )ei sous in interest may appear at said time and place and ahow cause, if any they have, why thepruvet of said petitioner should nut be grunted. WITNP.SS the Honorable A. M. J. and the Cochran, Judge of said Co-jit- , t. seal thereof, at Prunkfoit in said on the 27 day i f April A. D. 1017. J, W. Menzies. Clerk. Chas. N. Wiaid, I), C. rupt. has goiii In Ilu- - other iHni'ilou." She kept ni" as long us she could then let me gu by. When I got lo I foiii.d It empty. The vv ana had gone out Ly ihe lenr door. I Weill on to I In- - platform, bill thcie were so many persons moving hliher nml thllh er thai I loiild nnl distinguish her among tlicni. 'Hide seeuicil nothing for uie to do but Hint for Walker's return Within half an hour he mine in w'lh his ipiair.v Prink had nrmeil hluiselt with a revolver, n deput.i sheriff's ludgeuinl ,i pair ! bracelets, the latter alii lis being t.ovv on his pilsouor h wrlsis. ' I got him." said Prank, evidently very proud of lilin-cl- f. "I'm glad von didn't gi t killed on tin- icpllisl. ".Mine was too unur' Job," ' for uie " Wo took the crook back with us tu a ml lie htntlon. . What are jou gtvtn us)" exilalnic.l the sergeant. "That fellow Is made up." He was not only made up. but lie tuiued out to Ik- - u woman. Darker, Ii: female togs, had esetipeil through the iTur door of Iho car. "I'rankJ' I said to my assistant, licrcunor.vc.il had belter slick to writ ing ilctcctlro Ktciles, You'ie not tip (o tho real Ihlng." . The Central Record, Thursday, May 17, 1917. WILTONDALE 39162. Record 2:201; Trial 2:14. Half Mile Track. Mahogany Bay; SEASON OF The following stock will make the season McCreaiy and six miles of I. hi. caster. 1917 COMBINED STALLION at my stable, one mile Kast of Trotter: 15.3 Hands; Sire of Stunteen In The List. HIGH PRESTON $10. 6846 He bv Aillwll 2:23 (lre of CO), lie by Advertiser 2:lBt (dire of 30), lie by Electioneer 2:I3 (lre of 1(50.) l)Hin "Mantua Maker". (Jam of 11). by Itctl Wilkes (sire of Hit) be bv Ceorge Wilkes (sire of 83). In offering Wiltondale for public service his superior us mi Individual mid He is absolutely section. in breeding bus never before been offered in tillsound, h fust nice horse, h champion show horse. having been shown 27 times, His winning 2.i blue riMmm. He Is n great breeder and n ure foul getter. colts Hre good lookitiR individuals with speed. ( tyle and durability. lie will make the season of 1017 at mv stable) miles from Lancaster, three miles from Hryantsville, near the Lexington pike on the Itout lane below the Fork church, at - Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr., Sim Dorsey (iold Dust, 120.VJ, dnm l'eavine KB, Will stand at , Iljy Siallion Hi hands, star, lelt hind ankle white, fine sttle and action. will make the season of 1917 at my barn at llarkley, 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. HICII PHKSTON Win" sired by Carroll Preston, 438.1. he bv I'reston ffiS!, by Washington M, by Cromwell 75. bv Washington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam llahv I'rnce "nl'J, bv Knoch Arden, 2nd dam l.ady Pence by Almont Koircsl 2.5.1, Hid dsm Daughter of (Jarraid Chief 22R1, lib dnm Cray Kagle, HICII PHKSTON CMll 1st dnm wps (Juecn Kagle, she by King KaKl2."hr4t, he by llnjal Kiii(! 2Mfi, be bv Outline 715, be by Stonewall Jnckson 72, lloyal LexinKlon. King's dsm Mollie Mrunti 2fl. was by the noted sire Cuhhrll V. S. KiiiK Kagle's 1st dnm Hii3.ri7U, sbo bv Kittle llird, be by Old KfiK Kagle "M, 2nd dim It al l.loii. ard dam llnrris Deiimaik 45, till dam by Jim Hell. HICII PUKSTON flfi 2nd dam l.ady llird. she (iy Kuttle llird HIM, 3rd dam Mollie Dremion she by tlld Dlennud, lib dam Copper Iloltom and runs back to old Davy Crockett 32.H5. Thoroughbred. ll Also at the same time and place will stand mv li e .lack. C. Morgan 4665 BLEUCHER 2:2?. Kecori . I 46158. I At $7.00 lo Insure a ' Living" Horse Colt Trial 2:14. and $8.00 for Mare Coll KENTUKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE. ;lr" iifMi. iUm. oO.. lurk NUht"Jl2s ltu Srnrch- - ( Ntiulxlit ilre ot H M hiniii s:.. lillht IMI't. llrlnhtllshl rillrlil Hrin.lt lTv Ureal nniotl Mslr IU 11TJ Isl Kecuffl J:IK . Hum l iny 4.sv'.. VI 3.VS1.. etc. Kirent Hilly llcirk l.nt4. " Jenny t'l) HhswlMf :;.. le'1n lire of I. dinif nl ' S'nrwiHiil Helle Km mil Mrwik I .14. lirem imiuu mitie Vr.; Hy llriwk Z.rrllie . I I Winner of Road Class nml Breeding Class at Kentucky State Fair 19l(tl I s 21 0. Morgan is a black Jack, with white points, ITij hand high, coining i -. i ...lr ...n.u ..i.i a good breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan, Jr , .'ITO'i. was sired bv John Morgan, he li I.e SO in o 3 1:'I7: il:lo, J.iV l.4r r!.llbrook etc. Noro4 CHIEF NAPOLEON jwill stand at $10. to Insure I 5107 $25. for Jtnntt J . , (:in)o Mum Ml ill of Hv iilii i III, U 'Ue .iiiw.MHt . Ill 2:Wt. ete llellr Clay ..'i trentrarl Vtllkr.lil', full ."ltir in Ml, iii r jeiuiT rU) ( ll) ll.rrv Uj 1.. llriml 1:1.114. UeililieCUu 2 liHin nt Sller.l Hlunt mi'l t.llli l int ilfim of (tm'.' .!', J W',. Untitle I la III J i'.', etc Silent Hrcok UiTn'y. 2:1? sire of Hilly linrk 2:0.!. Meadow llrook 2:0tJJ. Slmw bay 2:071. Zarrine 2:li7j, Hetty Itrook 2:U9J, IJmnia lirook U;H2. Lady Kellbrook 2:10, Hotter Hrcok 2:10, Silent Hrigade (21 2:10, Margaret Hathgate (t) 2:111. etc. Sireddamof Chattj Direct (I) 2:07j. etc. His dam. Jenny Clay, also produced Kch'die Clav 2:2."). mid was grainl.iin of Prue 2:21J. Moko 24137, sire of Fereno 2:0."J (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Hrenda York 3) 2:0Sj, (Futurity winnei) (.') 2:"ll. Native Helle (2) 2:07J (Futurity winner) (41 2:015 (champion 3 year old fillv.) Mannco (3) 2:07 (Futurity winner.) Silver Silk (4) 2:0Si. Susie N. (3) 2:0U, (Futurity winner.) (lomoko 2;10, Mobel 2:101, Mochester 2:10, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (I) 2:01'$, Martha Tipton (I) 2:09, OWeil (3) 2:13i, etc. Hrother to Humps 2:03, Haron I). 2:10. etc. Ieucher4GloS, record 2:21, trial mile. 2:14, half in l:0ii. last tiuarter in IKJ seconds, is a handvime seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly resemuies ins good sire Mient brooK and is out ot Clayo, nv the great Kuturity sire Moko. Foreign demand has taken over one million horses from this country, and we may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Hleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven line, with nice head and nock arid plenty of bone and conformation. This great trott:ng Stallion will make the season of 1917 at my stable in Want 12) Mm of Lit lilenehrr t:H',. SrlJ'i It. t:i;: out of a hill ssthe filter In Mlplit Miinrlfti Bronk llr ll JC. "Ilk (li .Mi"1.. lie 111 Hre ol 13 in.' 10. tic. Yitrkr ( Ijtitetl Klliel Hy Mritllimure lu i.ui1,. J I'.m it Hump. e'. i R.ion Wllkv, i;.. i i a Living Colt. Chief Jjaioleon, 6107 has proven himself to bo a good Jenret lack. and is out of an imported Jen- net. John Moignn, .lr , out of Jennet by Joe lllarkhuili, he h 3rd tince, he by 2rd Prince, be by Imp Prince 1st iIjiii Daisy b Dixie, she bv Imn Dixie I Wvlll'igton, bv KickHKia. 2nd dum Mollie (iray by .'!nl dam bv In.piKler D.im Iteecher Jennet. A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents, but lot li ri nlile lu uM an) orcui ln In 6053. M.iy Sulr 5 Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 to Insure. A ) He is l.'J hands high, yellow with while paint", big l..,iw und body and tine bead and oars. As I am stai iling three gom! Jacks this year. I will give the farmers a chance to breed their stock at u reasonable low fee and am going to stand f hy Hex I FOleU, HaCkleU, KU. 9 Beecher Morgan at the low price of $5.00 to Insure. ROWLAND PEAVINE Chestnut Stallion. Foaled Siml II. 1912. I retain a lieu on all colts until season money i paid. Mares Irainfernd 1st dam Hoiirhointe 07i5. In Hum-o- n Chief lf5Mi, by Clark Clnef.W. or breil elsewhere, forft its insurance and must bi paid at once. Care tikinto 2nd dam Judy Oliver fill 17. by lied Cloud 2197. b Indian Chief prevent accidents but not re.ponsible should any occur. Phone N'o. 179."., by Hex McDonald No ".13. Ii Hex Denmark HO N'o. 9297 (full sister to H.mrlion' Hestl h Itourbon Chief 171". WALKER BRADSHAW, IVJ , VGci Widow's stock bred at half price. cC ry - Kentucky. Horses, Jackets and Jennets for sale. 3rd dam by WiNiin'n King 2197. Itli dam Daughter of Sun's Cliuk Chief 2.'i7r(. Itowland I'eatine is a rich chestnut, with star and snip, stands 1 ,'.:! full; weighs 1100 jiounds; five rars old. As ou will see from the above breeding, be h tile blood of the best show horses Kentucky li.i ever produced, and Is one himsell. You should see this bore before booking your mare. You rarelj ever have the opKrtiiinty to bred to a Imrse as fashionahly bred at the small fee of REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled ,1911; about 16 hands high Itn n I I $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on Kat Main street. Money dut at tilth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. Lancaster, Kentucky, at $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. stand this beautiful land Stallion for the season of 1917 at my stable in Lancaster, Ky., at I will also Scot- J. C. BAILEV, Stanford, West Kv. Uct Ixam.rl "III I Crlglrri llrliniark. Mire liy Star ul Hi . r.l l.urj Mck Jv ... I HUcfc ( M.rr hy Ulil Hi.r MuUlro.r lt li.tl. ARTIST PEAVINE Will make the season of 1917 at my farm two miles on the new Danville pike at of Lancaster OtlU Ku.e K'V. 1 f I III U Helle Milk Mollie ttj vl"ii IVnnlas' loiiww j IlUllllh C h lr Ma II .VA I $15.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Phone 95. Artist l'eavine is pronounced by competent judges of combined horses, to by Drennon. 4th dam individuals in Central Kentucky. be one of the $10. To Insure A Living Colt. A careful ersusl of his pedigree should convince anyone that few horses It can be seen by the pedigree that this horse belongs to a family ofj 1 am prepared to take care of mares champions, his aire. Hex McDolald being the world a champion ot champions. in the state have a better one, On his dam's side he traces, to Montrose who was champion for eighteen ears. on grass at 10 cents a day. Lien reARTIST PEAVINE This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid tained on'colts for service fee. bone, short bacK. His neck, head and ears are in the right place. He also has by Kentucky PeavinehKt. he by Hex l'eavine 17.H5, 1st dam. Ar'io Hose, Nn.llN'J.l the best shoulder motion und hick action of any horse lh.it I have ever had in she by Kentucky's Artist, No. 14.Vi, he by Artist Montrose, No. 51, by Arlist, Money due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent my stable. No. 75, by King William, No. ('.'.I. by Washington Denmark, No. til. 2nd dam, You' by King Chester, by Chester Dare. 3rd dam hy Silver King, he hy On Tiire, accidents but not responsible should any oncur. HEX McD. is a show horse in harness as well as under the saddle. He will he by Stonewall Jackson, lib dam, by Old Drennon. can not make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. Kentucky's Artist tirst . make the seaion dam, was Julia 'I nomas, by Pat Thomas h by Sumpter'a Denmark. 2nd dsm daughter of Nero, No. C5. 3rd dainbv Old CiippcrUiltnm. I.len retained on colt until season is paid. I Ky. A Living Colt. .Mare lr Mo. Koe W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, At $20.00 To Insure j PItlNCK A I.ltKIt T. one of tin best OI.YDKSDAI.K stallions in Kenturky will also make the season at my barns at the low price of $111.01) to insure a living colt. This is the kind to breed to for mulo mares anil farm horses. 1 E. DUINiN, LANCASTER, KV. Notice! Poultry Raisers ROGERS DENMARK will uUo stand my trotting stallion By Ramey Denmark 416 He by Hamlet 113 by by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 51. , ltogers Denmark, 1st dam Miss Ogden by Drennon Denmark. Wallace, by Hutler Denmurk, by llarmlet 113. 2nd dam-M- iss He is nine years old, dark bay with white alar, 15j hands, showing all the Kits under saddle. He is just as good individual as his peiiigree would indicate and has proved a good sire, his colts having good action, lots of style and easily cuntroled. This horse will make the seasin of 1917 at the farm of It. K. Conn on White Uck. 2 miles south west of Paint I.ick, at JACKO Registered in Vol. 21, Rule 1. i TELL 62408 Cholera. Mi K ratutny Ho hits never had any track work, but has a wonderful trotting speed jind is a promising trotting colt. He is four years old, mahogany bay, 15.2 hands high, fine head and neck, good legs, good style and action and bis breeding cannot be -- xctlled as you will see below. JACKO Ti:i,I sired by Kldie Tell 53029, trial 2:18j; In by Axtell 51S3, 2:12 lecord; he by William l 1211; by (ieori Wilkes, 619. hi by llamhleton-- 1 Tfc r Gapes, "T, 4-11- -44 inn 1U. $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. $8.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Dim Jane Jell 1I77U; by Hilly Hrass; by Allandorf 74152, record 2:19J; ho by Onward 2:25i; by (leorge Wilkes 2:22J. Second dam draco by Jacko 5013; he. by (ianymedu 21S5;liy I'nncepes 53.!. Third dam Maud by Dillingham 503U;by Volunteer Star Itill I'ourlh dam by Shakespeare. Fifth dam by Sweet Owen. Sixth dam by Drennon. 4 Bfytni, lUftbown, Ky.. urn "I M4(Ji. curri fcpr tfcJInitMsk without! ail. t)inp4 ttmtw 4 1144 IUUuwa, Kv .mm: i am nil, (mil bal altk km Llill vofia trtJirl tftUnctiKk Mfg. (.clGjiur.'.ccd ty J, Crunt, Birdslown, Ky. r.:::." CURES Limberneck. Roup. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry un Hn 44 tM Jiownl dAvn I iu(iy rWIOi bJ tlock it lU iK 'in Kitt souu nv tir er unj." wi Pri; 50c at all L'rujjljii. Ky. R. K. McROUKRTS. Lnnciistcr. At same time and place will stand mv splendid four year old Jack He will be limited to a few Heuutiful Shetland, 41 inches high and a perfect model. He is by Major U. and out of an Imported Shetland. Ho will atund at $10. to insure u hiring coll. JOHN (HtAY is a gray Jack, 15 bands high, good bone and ear and At the same lime und place will also stand ouo of the best Jacks in this neighborhood. Ho is royally bred being by l,ong Tom, be bv Win. Todd'a big Jack, he by Marmaduke, 1st Dam by Hilly llreckinridge, he bv llourbon Chief, 2nd TWO EXTRA GOOD JACKS AT $10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Dam by llourbon Chief. All this stock will make the present season at my farm near Paint I.ick, Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Kentucky. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Season due when mure is bred to Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable rate and every care taken tu anothsr horse or jack. prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur, JOHN GRAY, AT mares at $15.00 to Insure. MAJOR C. JR. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Pliune 18. Rcsi Jence Phone 33. Falat Lick, Kentucky. IK. IP. GOlsTIsr. Route N. W. ROGERS. No. 3. Fhone-Pa- int Lick ExehiPit. . Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 17, 1917. Not Discussed. "WIhti'M Jim get Iho black cyoT" nskecl Jones. "Whiit uiin tho argument uluiin there hum mi iirciiitii'iiti" replied Smltli, "llniuii wnlkocl up to mi' iiml lulil ini' In- - would mi' In tin- Ami Iim did."- - Clin Imintl 'TSTARS SPECIAL SALE OF WILL DUEL ON BIG SPEEDWAY PLAIN AND FANCY UNCLE SAM'S MOST INTREPID AIRMAN Thursday , Dress Silks Friday , RE ST A AND DE PALMA EXPECTED TO MEET IN CINCINNATI EVENT. Lovers of nutn speed contest? mar' look forward to another duel between Darin llosta urn! Italph Do I'alma In connection with the Second Annual In ternnllnnal Sweepstakes race, to lie decided at the Cincinnati Speedway cm Day, May ;!U. I'nllko former contents between these two famous driver, the battle this year Kill lie fought out with American nude) lars. a fact which will ndd zeit to tho meeting of these International stars a announced Some lime. ai; It that llesta had decided to rellrc from the racing game, a report that was deplored liy all lovers of speed con-tes- t because of the prominent place ciictipied lij Itcaij In tho racing gamo. More reremlj It was reported that Itcsln had joined the staff of the Mercer Minor ( ar Company, and this news was further linen illed yesterday when the. oi;Uial of the Cincinnati Speed way were Informed that the Mercer company had secured reservations in a local hotel for a crew of ten men, who will arrive on May 1." for tho purpose of Retting the Mercer entries In the Mi; rare into shape. Tho natural inference from these reports Is that Itesta has been Induced to reconsider his reolve to retiro from racing, ami that he will come to Cincinnati on Memorial Day to drlvn a Mercer car This will bring him into direct competition with his most formidable rival of many years. Ilalpli De I'alma. who on Tuesday entered his Packard car in the S.'.Omlle race The fact that both Itesta and De I'alma will drive American made cars will adil zest to tho contest between these stars and tho other great drivers In the race, a ma Jority of whom will he seen at the wheels of machines that have origin atcd In America Saturday During Ih's salt cery piece of silk in our stock will be offered at reduced Silks, Tussahs, prices for the three days only. Plain and Fancy Taffetas, Crepe de Chenes, Georgette Crepes, Pongees, Sport Crepe Satins, and Novelties. No samples sent out at sale prices, nor orders filled after the sale at sale prices. Yo-Sa- ii (May 17th, 18th and iQth. i ' REMNANTS ClIVMS. who ha rniiin to ho re oginm! n American most exhibition hat been ncartii in participate In the Aerial Haute t. l given i ihr ( hi. luu'i on Sni'il oration I Iny Ma) Jii, in i unnci nun with tin- - 2.iO mile inter tutional i ha m pinnsh ) p nuto rat i' anil HWTHI Many remnants of silks of many kinds and all sorts of lengths from one yard to six yards. These will be marked very cheap. nrr TAILORED SUITS, COATS AND SILK DRESSES three nonprofessional races Other participants in the "lUitlo In Inn Clouds Kill ho Itith Uvr, champion , ilnlru i.f the world. Kathcrlm- holder of Ini' rnatlnnal records, and Hi II llrork Ohio clinniplon Stln-rnny GREATLY REDUCED. ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING DRIVERS Our entire line of Tailored Suits both Wooltex and New York made suits are being closed out at extremely low prices, much less than we can replace them for now. Styles are excellent for Fall and you will save money by buying now. A line of over one hundred most desirable silk dresses made of most desirable fabrics and most wanted colors. Dresses to suit all occasions and at all prices from $12. to 50. Every one at reduced price. Every Price from $10. to $35. WILL DECIDE AMATEUR 0. V. CHAMPS JL I Judge. ROBERTSON & mm. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY I NONPROFESSIONAL DRIVERS WILL ENTER RACES AT SPEEDWAY. Definite announcement has been made hy the Amateur lt.icc- - Hoard of tho Cincinnati Speedway, through W. chairman, of the exact ti classification of cars that may start in the three amateur races now helnB arranged In connection with the Sec-3n- il Annual International Sweepstakes. In bo decided 011 the Cincinnati Speedway on Decoration Day, May 30. Thu first race, which will he sent away immediately after tho early aviation exhibition by Ituth Law. Kather-In- e Stinson. Ilaxter Adams and others, will he a contest for Ford cars exclusively. Three prizes will be offered, wllh the title of champion Ford driver of the Ohio Valley going to tho winner. The second race will be for stripped stock car chassis over a course of 20 miles ten laps of the track. This race will be limited to cars having a piston displacement of from 2.11 to 30U ruble Inches, and promises to be one of ,ko most hotly contested events ever staged on any speedway. Three prizes also will be ottered In this event. Tho third contest of the amateur program will be a l stripped stock car chassis race, open to any make or size of car and bringing out a largu number of eight and twtlv-c- y Under machines. Cither Would De. - ll Mill n I in I' km .' ' V-children Honk vmi d"'' vn' I ili km ii in II- Ii . nv children tmnk they do." Doomed to Uncertainty. "Did rinritice iiiurry tier lib-il(rtruile- - "The poor trlr 1 l "VVh.V V know ' never Will (icrtrudi "Her t .it Is 11 tniili who would not iiuirr tignlii even if In- - ' should die " .1 licit:.Helen Or More Common. X thing is lin.r.' weiirlug on the m rv. - than clinging to 11 faint Impe-(ih- iu If Respect o'.l would li:tle begin li repei Times-Star- . . )olirelf.- - Stnte Journal. Almost Due. It Illtlllt time I'lithcr -- "Helen, joil were nterlnliiltig the proiecl of matrimony V l:iuglitir "Nut ipilte cull uiitil eight o'clock ' pti. He doc-u- 't S It A ) Gladness Life's Tonic. If .Mm wnnt to get the worth of the bargain In life cultivate gladness. The one who mopes does not enjoy himself, nnd surely no one enjoys him. I:m Imr.ge. 1 L Ftiriuturi- - PoJIsh v:n vfint.H'fi 1..11.. 1 v im.-sj- RUBY GLOSS t VAIL, wlin w.ll drive, .1 Hal mil car 111 Hie '".nniile International e 'iin.iii h c l..c m pine r.n .it 'he Spci-dwa- t on toiat on Da. M.e .e In I'll n i". one of the kI id has leading tM:i'.jc i.irs f.i seme hi in In the Iiml" Jur ears hampii.ii liip last te.tr lernattonal Vail wa on-- - of the most tenacious opponents of lUno Itesta. winner of the title, ami this war promise to pile it m.ini liiinilml in. .re pulnis than - ii. iiniuliiieil la lv h but liunt i r WORLD'S CHAMPION WOMAN AVIATOR HUTU LAW, champion woman liver of tho world, who holds all world's records for fcmalii aviators, Including (90 inllo nonstop record, 13,800 altitude nlsht,i and continuous ttlisiit of 967 miles, from 1'hlcuno In New York Miss Law will In 8 hours, 19 minutes. he one of the stars of Iho "Aerial Wa111 connection with ttle" to he slased the 210mllo championship auto race t the Cincinnati Speedway on Decoration Day, May 39. When the Fox Naps. TI10 fox neiirl iilwiiys takes his nap Windcw Class It Made. ilurlng the day In tl How pin HcliK nlnns. Uiieli'W glass K tilnwti in the shape the stiles of the ridges or under lb. wlmli are cut open mountain, where he can look dowi f liui cylinders tnrms lnueiitb and be lde Mll'l then plii.ed oil II upon tin bu 1I..I1.' .'tie ..ne ill II lint flirllln . where lliey their tnnn -- ounils. . .111.1 ihi'i. ,1 out into . m .,,1 ..iil . . II lilt sheet "f tl.i ll!l0 tile lliss CAIiliAItt) Clltfl lT t'Ol'KT. For the Guest Room. "i ' ii l.r. nks iliinii.-- tln p- iKeep 11 lliihllglit ill jour guest room. Mary It. Herkcle, li s fnrmin.' tlliill-.ilii- l"I pieces. Hamuli. e It will prow- the greatest comcnlcni VS. in oiir giiet. saving blm from stuin-blitiI'ctts. nbiiiit hunting for the light licit ('intuitu and sMinh or iiutti lies should lie wish to ' rursuant tu 11 judgment rendered lutein at the Miirch 'lenn, get up during the night. C'onniiissioiicr will lit public iiuctlon betoie the Court llouse door in Lancaster, Ky. ut 11 o'clock a. Neglecting Beet of All. we lay in., or thereabout on i take rule of our beultli, inMONDAY. MAY :!. l'jn. make our roof tight nnd our n....ii ei. .Hung siilliiietit. lint who provides it beii.i; the lirst day ot tile (iuriHtd Why )cu !muld i:,c ii .1 11 that we shall not be wanting in County Court '1 vjardui, Ilic woman's cim. the real estate 111 the pleudings in. hi st property of nil friends? tucutiont-nnd describtonic, for )our trcublcs, ed us follows: l.Illl so hac been siliown in County, Kentucky, ml-lu (urtuiil (liousands of Liters iroin ..clii.il users ot ll'.s nirdi-Lin- c. jiiiiiiiij the town ot lirvuntnwlli- - mid l The First Eraser. hImi the other hum of lien (Indium urn! who wjU Irom I1..I1.1 rubber was used for the first II personal t'xpci 1. ikc. lu'niiiing hi a stone, corner lojciikin.i, the iciulli o&t.iir.eil by time us 1111 eraser III 177H. when 11 very r'olger and the oth tract; thence with I r so many V. 7 7 chains to a fence c4!ier f5v s 1, hi pi. was sold for three murks. elh Unci .N l) v ars liaiv li?n sp I 2" however, iniiiiy .veurs laler be- - 1" ft cciit.er lo (ilidiMii'h other liuid .N nood, v.liy net I. W (.11 chiiins to a stone tence, corner ..... l,.i n.l 110. t'rl.ir l.nx Card .i a trialY of breml wns Used to llalcoinli; thence 11 his Hue S 1.'1 tV 'to this the 2 M llti chiiins to stake corner to llnseldeii mil l ord: Ihence s i V J 1KI m-.chains to a stike. coiner to A Consoling Reflection. .in line to C. M. Jenkins S J V. Hi.lM i; lug hu- chiiins lo the lieKinnii'K, ccuitniiiii-eWhen vim lei I like ucres. manity, relleit iIimi mil of I be world's The purpose of said sale is to satlsly nearly two billion ipiihitliiii there lire the debt of the plaintill hen in against -w 011I) 11 in it. s who resort lo il sum Tfis Woman's Tonic rillsblirgb the deleiiillntsllu-r- the at the of $(KI0.IKI letter wiling. 11 with interest rate of i I'osl cent per unnum from February 21, ier Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, i 11117, until paid, and the cost of this Ctillcu, Vs., urile i estimated 11 1 ?sri. Worth While. aso, I "About II TKKMS. They tell us that not 11 kouuiI lias sulfered untold misery This sale v.'ill be nniile on a credit of ever tensed In vibrate through space; j six with le male. Iioubl;, and twelve months ami the pur1h.11 not 11 liplde bus ever been lost pains. Iicaj-acli- c, chaser will lie riiUiml to upon In- iicctiii. Much more is It true licmds with upproved security execute I numbness for the that not 11 true thought, not 11 pure purthate price, clue in six and twelve vv ould jjo for three vv eeks resolve, not 11 loving net has ever months respectively, beurinu; t! per almost bent double . . . gone forth In vain. Uulmtii'c. lit interest per annum from clnte un- -' My limband went to Dr. til paid, haviiiK the force nnd eifect of for Cardul . . . a jtiilKinetit upon which execution may Being Truthful, issue, payable to W. II, Alter talcing about two llclng truthful does nut nea'ssllnte ter Commissioner of the Ilrown. Mas (larrard Cir I began going bottles telling till cue knows, There tire truths cuit Court and a lien will he reserved around and when I took Hint do pot belong tu I he general pub-Ik'- , upon the property sold until all the three bottles I could do iiml which even 11 smaller circle Is purchase money Is paid. E-all my work." much tho belter off for not knowing. W. II. 11KOWN'. M. U. C. C C. Ilelng 11 peacemaker oflcii resolves It- Win. lletndoii. Att'y for fill. self Into Imldlnt one's pence. Capt. Am. liournc, Auctioneer. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF Vnir i LAND. Aui' iiioln' I" 'i mT, ci.nis, l'uLtsiii: r u r n,...,iw r :.. 1 11 .1 , n.-.- . l mm Reasons ! Take u. e ' to l. j rou rmor.s r fiiiimr'ncil ivip lion 1.1 mom i will tu icfuuvlcd. 1.1 I arniH.ua Si. v'l.ur, pii free j'rn: u, V ill llul K t. m It t 'un!, dry. 11 ... K.i l .. .. , v I . th-- -i THREE GREAT FLYERS COME TOSPEEDWAY RUTH LAW. KATHERINE STINSON AND BAXTER ADAMS TO GIVE EXHIBITIONS. VT'R p "I CARDDI ... With the arrival of a contract for tho appearance of Katherlne Stinson, the noted international avlatrix. at tbo on Decuratlon Cincinnati Day. May :ii). as an added feature to Cnrnes to All. tho Annual Second International Every dogged worki r hits his day. Sweepstakes race, the ofllcluls of the Speedway feel Juntillcd In announcing Political Maxim. the greatest aviation ever staged in Never mulct-takiiii.v thing that you this section of the i ountry The accan't gel xmicluuly I" do. Life. quisition of Miss Sttimm to tho lHt of Myers give" tho Speedway three of Be Ready. the 'most noted air pilots in tho world If there lire nice tilings Jon unlit to as a Memorial Day attraction, tho conbuy, 11 ad Ihe.v un- nei'i'"iir.. Im.v thein; tract of Miss Itiuli Law. who holds the but do not sipuniili-ivoiir inoiiej Mive woman's long distati'-- Hying record In It. How- cull one be ready for I In- a flight from Chicago lo New York, glorious opportunities uheml of him having already been received, while unless he lias cultivated the habit ef Ilaxter Adams reputed to be tho equal economy and priidoneoV lie n.ilt save ot any airman in America In the Dint nil In- - can in season and out of season. ter of giving thrilling exhibitions, will Uockefeller. John bo added to the list within the next few days According to tho present plans ot Apple an Ancient Fruit. The wild upple. or Hie iriiluipple, the Speedway olllctals the day's sports has been known In Liirope nnd Al.l will be Inaugurated with a series of from reuiolo limes, iiml It Is believed thrilling aviation exhibitions hy Mlsa Liw. Miss that the undents dew loped It Into mi Following Stinson, Adams and others. this thero probably will be edible mid fulrly paliiluhle fruit, fur one or more motorcycle races. Tbo the ItouiiitiH lutroduceil Into llrltaln next feature will bo the three races ll vnriely of the iipple which was su-- , for amateur auto drivers, after which perlor to the native wild npplcx that a second aviation program will be the Inhabitants of Albion had prcvl- - given, tho day's sport concluding with ciiisly known, Tin- - evolution of the the 2S0 ratio Second Annual Internaupple has employ eel Iho thought mid tional Sweepstakes race, tho coneffort of many grout men. There are testants In which will be sent oft hundreds of varieties In promptly at 2 '30 o'clock. the United States. J. F. Holtzciavv 5 Son. t. 1 a a jSWSTWwt Si' BU JXJtf Via tan sue vt au ICL. The Central Record, Thursday, May 17, 1917. V The Hub, Pushin Bros., Danville, Kentucky, Annual May Reduction Begins Thursday, May 17th FOR TWO WEEKS. AND CONTINUES Drawer?. Muslin Wear Reduced. Special value in Gowns, Comet Covers, Skirt?. Combination', Teddv Hears, etc. dozen women's Muslin (!own, reduced to Twenty-five Our entire stock nf the newest tin? season's garments, (or men. women and children, heavily reduced sale. ready-to-we- (or this Extra Special Values From Our Dry Goods Department. Yard wide Silk I'oplin. in nil the hlacl. and white, suitable for Dresses Suits, special er vard e splendid quality 50c. 75c 98c Substantial reductions on Dry Gols, Silks. Shoe? member of the family. Carpets. Draperies, etc. for even i.ewest shades, includirg Skirls and St. 00 quality Muslin Gowns, $l.."n Muslin (!uwn, to reduced reduced This is the sale you have been waiting for, and coining, as it does, right in the heart nf the buvmg spring and summer seaon. Willi the It gives you un'jstiiil opportunities for money saving. steady advancing prices on all classes of merchandise it will pav you to lay in a full season's supply, as the wholesale prices are in many instances more th.m our prices during this sale. We ailvi-- e and urge wants to save money, to utt-- 85c I Several hundred vards of newest plain color and striped Taf and Georgette Crepes, at per vard fela Silks, ( $1.35, $1.65, $1.86. More til. in lno pieces of fast color I'laid anil striped dress Girghnms. at per vard Several hunlreil pieces of spring and summer's newest Wash Diess Coivls. including plain and colored Voiles, llalistes. Uigur-die- s and Silk and Cotton Novelties, lit special prices during this nii-- Kitra values in Lace and KmbroioVry Trim Corret Covers at 25 '50c 25 :,nd50c tconomieaPv inclined this sale earlv. person that 12ic Special value? in Women"? I. ace and Kin lirniderv Trimmed Drawers All higher priced muslin wear greatly leduced THE HUB, DANVILLE, KY. New Spring Coats Reduced. One lot of more than liftv Women'? and Misses Spring Coats, in sport acd long length?, in checks, plaid, mixtures ami plain colors, sold up to $10.00, reduced for iuick clearance to sale Ready-t- o Wear Millinery Department, Second Floor second floor. and Misses Women's and Misses' Spring Suits Reduced. and Millinery Department, Women's and Mis?es Spring Suits reduced. ' Ueady-to-wei- Men's and Boys' Ready-for-Sevice Spring Suits Greatly r- I LTp to Sis'. Oil reduced to Woien's and Suits, Reduced. in men's suits. $12 50 fH $1 suits, reduced to $li;.50 for hand tailored $20.00 and $25.00 suits. $15 isi and $1C $ Is I 1 i S10.00 $3.98 and $4.98. Up to $15. newest Spring Coats, Irjlill tin' newest colors and sty les, reduced to $2.r.00 Women's to Up to $311.00 Misses Suits reduced Suits, tpil.uU Ifi.OU CO More than Mm l'alm Uracil. Cool Cloth, Mohair and Silk Suits for warm wea'her wear at special values nf Silk Cloth reduced $18.75 reduced to $lt.00 and $20.00 Coals. Cloth Up to $25.00 Coats, reduced and Silk Coats, 01O Cfl Boys' Suits Reduced. Our entire stock of mure than I'iOO uf this season's Hoys Knickerbocker Suits, up to IS year sizes, at extra special values of $5.95, $6.75, $7.45, $8.75, and up to $14.75. SHOES FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY At Good Valued Very finest Tailored Suit? in the house, that sold up to $45.00, styles, clrth and in I lie very newest colorings, PIE J.UU silk suits, reduced to (( to. $14.50 reduced Very finest Coats, that sold up to $35,00, $19.50 Silk Skirts Reduced. Up to $9 00 stiiped, Silk Skirts, reduced to $12.50 plaid . Silk Petticoats Reduced. $4.95 S7.50 to $1.00 Taffeta Silk i'etticoats, in black and colors, reduced to $5.00 Taireta Silk I'etticoats, reduced reduced $2.95, $3.65, $4.75, $6.75 and $8.50. CO QO yfi,0 Secial values in Men's and Hays' Summer Underwear during this sale. Thousands of garments, in union suits and separate garments, tor men ami boys, in nainsiHik and knit ribbed, long and short sleeves, ankle and knee lenghth, at and . plain colored . Prices newest high Silk Skirts. Skirts, reduced $3,75 $4,95 QCp During This Sale. "QUIXN WAI.ITY". WALK OVKIt". "HIVING DltKW" and SCIIIKKKLK" SHOKS for women and misses are the best values that money ran buv. Mere ou will Und every style, ever) leather III staple and novelty high and low shoes, at fl.-i.- class Silk reduced tu Very finest $1S.OO and $20.00 Dress Silk Skirts, reduced to $9.75 an" $0.50 und $7.00 Silk I'etticoats. S12.50 S14.50 Ten dozen extra good quality Sateen and Mercerized I'etticoats, in black and leading colors, reduced to uuC 45c, 59c and 95c. wenty-livdo.eu extra good quality men's elastic Seam drawers, special .M'e per pair 1 Silk Dresses Reduced. Waists. 25 dozen I ! Giosde-I.i.ndios More than 200 Silk, Tatleta, and Georgette Crepe. Htreet. afternoon and partv dresses, in the season's newest and prettiest stiles colors and combinations, greatly reduced during this sale. These suld from $10.00 to Sli." (XI and are marked down to All Waists at special values during this May Sale. I.ongerie. Wash Waists, in Voiles, Hatiste, Oigan- - $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, dies, Luce and Kmbroidery Trimmed, with novelty colors, special values in $2.50 and $3.1X1 beautltal styles high OCtf I Over IHm men's and boy's summer hats, including I'auamas and Leghorn", special value? of $5.00 up to $9.00. $6.75, $9.50, $12.50, $14.50, $19.50 Girls' Goats. in Hitiste and Voile classf Waists, reduced t sJO e $1.00 all Silk und Geoigctte Crepe Dress and Sport waists, reduced to Q OC s .57sJ Q 7C O.O $2.75, $3.85, $4.4 "5. There Is a saving of fiom $1,00 to $1.50 on every one of these hull. Mon's and boys dress shirts, silk shirts und outing shirts, reduced for this sale. Dr. K. V. Hurl's fumnu? "Ground Gripper" shoes for aching and tender feet, in high or low cuts, at "WAI,K-0l:it,- " W. L. DOUG LAS" ami "TliAYKIt" SIIOLS. for men and hoys, are not tu be excelled In , UuIitV. stvle und value at $1! Girls Coats, ages two to six and eight to fouiteen colors, clucks and ?llks, ut 50 year sizes, Georgette Crepe and up e WuiU, now sold to $0.00. i educed $2.50, rmest Waists, that $3.00, $3.50, to $2,98, $3.75. $5,00 AND $6.50, s Our entire, stock of newest White Net, Voile and I.ongeiu Dresses, for commencement and summer wear, at speciu1 valued puces during this suie. $4..6 and $5.98. Girls Gingham and I'ercal Wash Dresses, ages two tu mx and eight to louiteen year sizes, In the ca- Mni' GK- eon's most attractive styles, special at. $4.00, $5.00, and $6.00. si $7.00 and $8.00. Several hundred pairs of ladies and misses shoe?, oxfords and pump?, to close out on racks, ut Carpet, Rug and Drapery Department, 3rd Floor. In this salt we will olTir most ex ceptional values in small room size und extru largo size tugs, in llrussels. Velvets, Crex und Torch Kugs, Matting Itugs, Linoleums, the newest stylet in Curtains, Curtain Materials, Drupcries, etc. Come In and look thru our Caipet Department. Get our prices and you' will And them to be exceptionally low for tht quulitiea shown. Wilton-VelvetMat-ting- s, Distinctly Smart Millinery Reduced For This Sale. Our entire stuck of high clus, fashionable Millinery, for this sale, including which are hats for every occasion. hats, in ed huti, die.t hats and the nuA'esl hemps, iiiiluns, leghorns, laco braids, with Hie newest mings, ot wings, feathers, ornaments, flowers und Hundreds of trimmed and pattern hati to select from. One table of .old up to ready-to-we- reduced Tailorliseries, of trim- Up to $7 50 hats, reduced Up to $10.00 tailored and dress huts, reduced to All our finest hats, reduced to $ 3 75 tihbons. 5.00 $1.98 98c, $1. 45, $1.85, $2.85. These- sold ut from $2.50 to Jil.OO. - and sport hats that Q H 1 i qC C, $6.50, $7.50 and $10.00 Misses and children's summery hats, reduced to Our finest Kocbester made men's and young men's suits, reduced to One table of up to $5.i 0 tailored und dress .. hatsi reduced to flJQ QQ S570 98c, $1.50, and $18.75 and $22.50.