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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 24, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917052401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 24, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 24. 1917. MASS MEETING AT THE COURT HOUSE MONDAY NUMBER 8. priE--i Come In And See Us OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND m PRICES RIGHT, ON Screen Doors, Lawn Mowers, . Screen Cloth, Lawn Swings, Porch Swings, PROCLAMATION. I Refrigerators Cream Freezers, Oil Stoves, Ice Chests, Hammocks, Garden Plows, House, Roof and Floor Paints. Oar Stock Is. Too Urge To Nunc All Articles Thai We Carry. In accordance with the proclamation of the President fixing June 5th, registration day for all male's between the ages of 2 1 and 30 inclusive, now therefore, I, as Mayor of the city of Lancaster, Ky, do hereby declare this date a holiday, requesting that all citizens do their duty in every way to assist in this patriotic work. L. G. DAVIDSON, Mayor, Thnre,vvill Ji n mass meeting held lit the eOurt house Monday iiftcriinon at o'clock. At tho direction of I'res ident Wilson, (iovrrnur Stanley hasnp piinted in each County a committee to assist in organizing the resources of the county for war preparation. Governor Stanley has appointed Judge L. I Walker. W. T. West. Col. I. M. Dunn and J. K. linhinsun for (Sarrard County and this committed has called this meeting for County Court Day. Among the subjects tc be discussed will be the registration for selective conscription, raising of the liberty loan subscription, increasing of food supplies and conservation and distribution of the food sup plies. We should have in attendance at this meeting every citizen inCnrrard County who can make it convenient to be present. Headquarters Buggies . AND -- for . p We have in our sample room Harness inn) MANY Serrices VOLUNTEER Reeister Selective To Help Conscripts. Houghton, Sidel, Phoenix Ahlbrand and Arnold Buggies. All new Conn HAIL f. A INKS Brothers. rG JG Hudson City of SUMMER Lancaster Ky. SCHOOL LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. DC s The Summer school ot the Kentucky I mversitv will open June lltli This statement is made to correct the recent oiild be report that no summer scl: held tber- - tills Vs r PUoTKltLD. Willi i foreign war on our hands and Dairy will make your KH.ble famine Marine; us in the face, (rer. udM. Hugh-- r every man in the United States who is owl give more milk phvically and mentally able should he k ' reipilrred to either fight or work. If a We. feel ver. irry for Lexington ' cronic loafer is found who will neither .ml Atlanta in tlii'ir grent lire losses fight nor work, then it is incumbent Hut Wf know it will take more thxn upon the authorities to take him into lire aril waler Hi down tin- - spirit of custody put bun in a field and compel him to aiil in the production of Hie Mist tair h" ' manhood and womanhood. Even gallon of alcohol our distiller-it- i ipiantities of foodstutls that iireriquir-ei- l to keep the wolf from the American c:i.i illt nut it lireded to make shells tn: tin- - American army which in l'JI door. No sentiment or friendship should be allowed to away those whom we have ws.i lu'l blast Kuiserism a Kuisrrism hai hUstril France anil llclgium mill placed in uuthorit) overu. for the public welfare must predominatoiivcrevery the liberties of tin- German people. ' other consideration. To put the case The American Liberty lnn. as the bluntly. America roust work or starve. ni'irn In:. iiiii ilollar fund in called, run linura tu How in rapidly f rum nil parts QUARTERLY MEETING of the country, including Alaska, I'ortu At times it came i There will lie u iunrterly meeting at Kin), ivnil Hawaii. la nt the rate of lialf a million dollars the Methodist church III tills city next n sinute Saturday night and Sunday, Presiding mistaken impression prevails to Klder l!ev. C II. (ireer will preach tae eirect that colored citizens will nut ut the Saturday evening service also av required tu remitter under the pro- the Sunday Morning service. visions of the conscription hill. All col I red men coming under the ace limits RESIDENCE SOLD. t be prescribed under the law will be The handsome residence ol Mr. Parrt,uircd to register. ker Gregory on Richmond Street, ofUrn llelva.l.'H-kwood- , the first wom- fered at public auction by the Thomas Realty Company, was purchased by Mr an admitted tu practice before the Court, a pioneer in the woman Kdgar l'rice, for H.730. The sale was aaTragr movement mid the only worn-a- a well attended and the bidding was lively. who eer wan n camlidiite for Presi-Weof the I'nited Slates, died after k lng illness, at the age uf Mi years. MASS MEETING Tankage. Wheat Middlings IHghes & 1'armm nr load ot luue in barrels just re-- 1 'celvetl. Hudson. IIukIii'S & I'arnau. of eighteen. Cuurt Iluuse precinct, John M. Farra Mr. Cctor I.awson who successfully nnd F. I'. Friable; Fast Park precinct passed his phyncul examination for the I!. L. Klkin and 1. (J Davidson; West Ollicers l!esi rve Corp. but failed to be I'ark precinct. Joe J. Walker Jr. and called on the first call, went to Holtzclnw; l.'ast llrynntsville prellcnjamin Harrison last Sunday anil was Ira C. Williams and Virgil Scott" admitted, as several had fallen bv the cinct, J. West llrynntsville precinct, (i. A. wuyside. owinc tn the strenous work at Howling and Taylor Scott; Ituckeye the camp. That Kctor will make good precinct, I!. II. Itay and A T Sanders; Kies without saving. Walkers School Ucusc precinct, J. II. I'osev and Sim Wteeler; Paint Lick USES OF BUCKWHEAT. precinct, T. U. Slav in and Tom Logsdon Buckwheat is valuable us :i human Union precinct. Woods Walker nnd J. foisl. It Is als'j an excellent feed for K. Hammond. The middlings remninine; as a after million are, on account of their Inch protein content, a valuable feed for dairy cows. The production of buckwheat will help to provide food in many districts this oar for local consumption and thus help to avoid the dancer of shortage due to possible lack of adequate transportation facilities. ( poultry INTO THE SERVICE Sheriff (i. T. Italian, Jr. has been overwhelmed with volunteers, offering their services free, to act :is registrars on June 5th.. the date set apart by the. President for the registering of all mclo persons between the ages of 21 and Mil years, both inclusive, for selective conscription. The following volunteers have been accepted and were suorn in yesterday; two for each voting precinct in the county, or a total stock. Call and place your order. BASEL DEN BIOS. Lancaster, The French and the Knglish, and nt last our Government ut Washington, have come to know that Germnny is an antagonist that it will be very hard to Kentucky ; SHERWOOD. , KENTUCKIANS. Accepted For Reserve In Corps August. May Be Called i NOTICE TO TEACHERS. Miss Jennie I lie-- ins usks us to state that she is ready to pay those teachers for th'ir eighth month salary, as this was ordered done by the County Hoard at its last meeting, and to be paid from the county school tax. She is unable at this time to state when the salary for the seventh month will be paid, as it She aUo conies from Krankfort. wishes that all these teachers come in promptly and brine; nil resirts und record books, projierly signed by trustee and chairman. Don't fail to attend the mass meeting THE WOMANSPART 110 o'clock I'. nt the Court house ut What can the women of our town do M. on Court Day. 'I here will be a number of speeches made. The meet- to help win the war? She cun do much many things. The principal thimr ing is called by the (iarrard County Hoard of National Dcfene appointed she can do, however, is to reduce the cost of her own table by increasing the by the Governor. production of Krden foods at home. Kvery penny's worth of food she raises I. 0. 0. F. BANQUET releases just that much that cun be de Seven million men have lieenkilled in A delightful reception was given by voted toward feedine; some other per lb war thus far and the total casualthe Odd Fellows to Its members and sou who nas no place for u Kardcu. In ties exceed j.lHK),(KI(l. This IS the made In Arthur llemlerAin, their families in their hall last Monday addition to feeding the people of our member of the llntish War Council. levelling. Stravvbei ties and ice cream country, we must supply food for the Mo said the end of the war was nut an wero served in abundance ai d ultogctl.. people of KiikIiiiuI. France, Jiussia, and e laimeiliate prospect and that it would er tin evening was pleasantly spent by Italv. in winch countries so many llejitini; that they can not produce not come until Germany's plan of mi'l the more than one hundred that were enough food to keep the people fiom tary domination was defeated, present. starvation. While the head of tho family in this town is conducting; his business adairs, tho wife and your.); sous and daughters can do much in the gar9". den, and in this crisis it will heitsiuual honor for them to do so When you see !1 n uo'iiun plantine; and weeding and carini; for her garden you will know is the month to look after your little Chicks (hut there is iiwoinan who bus principle us we!' i'S pluck, .mil one who places end start them aright. the welfare of her country above the You can do so by buying a specially prepared spoiling of her hands. 1 peo-ar- Seed to plant an acre of Irish potaSeed toes cost ubout $10 Una miring. svveet potatoes will not cost more than $4 per acre when vino cutting taken from early set plants urr used. The yield of sweet H)tatoes per ucre is tlsuully greater than that of Irish potatoes mid as a food they are as nutri-triim- Thosr Kentuckians, whose applications for assignment to the Officers Heserve Corps have been accepted, need not feel discouraged because they have not yet been assigned to training camps, according to information obtained today at the War Department. They will have the chance to receive the necessary training in the August camps. The fact is that the War Department has been so swamped with applications from Kentucky and elsewhere that it that it hu been unable, so far to take care of all those who are qualified to receive training in the Officers' Heserve camps. Mistake have necessary been made in tbe matter of classifying these application: and there have been errors in apportioning the quota of applications from the severnl States. These mistakes are being corrected, however und the system regarding the quotas of ollicess is being equalized, so that within a few weeks the War Department will be prepared to ussign ull those whose applications for service in the Olliicers Reserve Corps have been accepted. DROWNED The production of Shcrjivood, which is to be given on the K. C. W. Campus conquer. The reason is that Germany is now the 25th of May, is the largest out- play presented in Danville The on the defensive, lighting us she thinks for dear life, nnd doing all she possible cast of no members is composed of Faculty and Students. It will be cos- can. N'ow it is a long time since England turned by the Wm. Heck Co., theatri- and America have done all they could. cal costutners, of Cincinnati. During Hath these tuitions are given to luxury, many of the picturesque scenes, mu.'ic will be played. neglect and self indulgence. The entire musical This war calls us to repentance. God score, which possesses great beauty will not let us win until we learn how and charm, has been written by Miss to pray once more, and put nway some Hazel Dessery, Violin Instructor at of our national sins like the liquor bus- - K. C. W. .,,. iness. and get down to real sacrifices) :,,! In or,tP tn it und real painstaking sweat producing everyone to meet Kobin Hood, special work. prices have been arranged: Chil Irea 25c; General admission 35c; Rcserrei seats 50c. Seats on sale at Curry's FOR SALE, COURT DAY. 1 fr Drug Store year old work horse, black bull, yearling Did you see the hall the other day? sow and pigs. Will be on street about 1 o'clock p. m. Then see Gaines the insurance man F. M. Tinder & Son. $4.00 per acre on hemp. good C 1 1 , BUGGIES, Si WHILE SEINING in Eugene Berkele Loses Life River. Kentucky A The news that Eugene llerkele, of llryantsyille had drowned, came us u distinct shock to his friends, when it wus learned u few hours later In si I Tuesday ufteroou, thut he met his death while seining in one of the I sloughs of the Kentucky rivvr about one half mile below Lock No. 8. Several were in tho party nt the time of the accident unit it wus it surprise to them, for he made no outcry und no perceptible attempt to swim out The water nt this point was about seven feet deep and the supposition is that he wus taken with cr.unps. The accident happened ubout o'clock und his body was not recovered until four hours "0 Buggies Lancaster. They are selling fast and you can get a great bargain while they last. Come at once. top Buggies ever, shown in it Chicl( Food" which starts them in a good healthy condition later. $500,000 FIRE IN LEXINGTON. d for summer growth. feeding this for ten or twelve days, we After have for them the noted I "Purina Chick Foofl" Surrey's You will sec this iu the window ut Fire Monday did dainagu in Lexington estimated at $.VU,000 and threaten-edestruction of tho city fur several hcurs, but was finally controlled after a desperate buttle by the lire depart, incut. Tho greatest loss wits sustained bv the Merrick Lodge building which brick and atone strucwas u ture with n number of ollices, the Smith Watkins Darnahy Company which car. ricd ono of the. largest atocks of hard, ware in Ccn'ral Kentucky and the Second t'resbvterian church. While many of the buildings and u good deal of the trfock waa covered by Insurance, Lancaster cemetery this morning at eleven o'clock. it will not begin to cover the los. four-stor- y Mr. Iierkelo was IS years old and isj survived by u wife und two children. Ills present wife. before marnugo vus Miss h'thel Coulter. His older daughter. Miss Kdnu llerkele, is attending school ut Oxford, Ohio, lie was the tun of Mis, Marv Kebeccu llerkele, uf Hnuntsville. Mrs. George Jean, of Danville und Mr. Will llerkele of New Orleans, were half brother und sister, of tho deceased. Mr. llerkele was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Assessor of Garrard county and had no opposition. He was a member of the Christiun church at Pleasant Grove. After services by Itev. F. M. Tinder at Ida late home, tha burial will take place in the We have the best closed W. J. Romans The CentralJRecord, Thursday, May 24, 1917. LOAFERS MUST GO TO WORK Tlio average citizen Is probably 5xxiX0x: .).x).0).x; : not Ii. 1 Snow Where paint is scanty, the winter Rales drive snow into the wood's tiny cracks and crevices. There, in clapboards and under eaves, it melts, swells the boards until the paint is pushed cfl, and spreads decay which only carpentry can remedy. How Jo jour buddings (ate in winter? They will stay sound and sturdy, not only in winter hut in all ressons, if protected with Dutch Boy White-Leathinned with pure linreed oil, a paint that combines While-Lea- d lorr;-las!i- P protection and pood looks. Call on us (or all paint materials. We know paint A to Z, and can Rive expert advice. Call, 'phone or write. Dutch Boy Phoenix C. C. & J. E. Stormes. -- ii n ii n i (ZZ3C 31 IE Nunnally's Candies. Ice Cream Parlor. NUNNALLY'S Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. been demeanor. the guest of relatives at llurgiu. 4701 vaSection Persons indicted for A little daughter arrived at the home grancy shall be tried by u jury; and if found guilty the jury shal1 fix the tune of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arnold Sunday. P Mr. and Mrs. M. ). Kennedy spent for which lie shall be bound out to labor or sold into servitude, not exceeding Sunday with relatives at Crab Orchard. twelve months. Tinning. Hoofing. Guttering. I'lumb- Section ITffi- The court shall hind out ing. Conn Ilroi, Live und let live tolks. the convict to labor, if over twenty-on- e Mr. and Mrs. Sam Deatherage of years, for the tetm fixed by the jury: Itichmond. visited Mrs. J. W. llryant. he shall be bound if under twentv-one- , Dr. ami Mrs. It. C. Kose were guests out as apprentice to n master until the Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Honer. to learn some trade. age of twent-on- e at Nicholasville. Section 67i"3 - The sherilf out of the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farley and chil funds received, shall pay the fees ot were the prosecution, the remainder to be dren of Nicholasville. Sunday. guests of Mrs. Alfred Swope, applied pro rata to the payment ot Seed Corn of quality, white, yellow. debts, if any, of the vagrant, and what ever sum may remain shall lepaidover Lincoln Prize Silage Corn. Johnson Hudson. Hughes .t to wife and children vagrant, County Yellow. acquainted with the Kentucky vagrant law, hut it is positive that many people and especially all vagrants, will know mure about this old law before many moons. The reason so few people know of this statute is because it has been a dead letter, in other words, it has never been enforced in thisTounlry, ami probably few times In Kentucky. Nevertheless there is an statute against vagrancy. The Inw is drastic . It is the only law that allows a man to be sold into servitude. A man convicted of vagrancy may be sold to a farmer or anyone for a period not ex ceeding twelve months. All counties in Kentucky nre enforc ing this old law this year. Kvery able bodied man must go to work. No ilnm es are to be tolerateJ this year when the entire nation has been called upon to pioiluce food crop. Here is the law uKin the subject: Section 1759 If any per son lie found loitering or rambling about not having the means to maintain him self by some visible property, or who does not betake himself to labor, or some honest calling to obtain a livil- hoed, of who, not possessing such means, has quit his habitation leaving n wife or child without suitable means of subsistence, or who is idle or liso lute in habits; without visible means of support, he shall be taken and adjuged to be a vagrant and guilty of high mis11 d .. rricrouv i CONCRETE WORK Let Me Figure With You On Your wx mmas0.m e . . ; : The. tnhict firm of this old reliable remedy makes it possible for you to check any illness ot the very onset. It is a safeguard against coughs, colds and other catarrhal conditions, no matter what symptoms ire minifest. Catarrh Is an Inflammation of tho mucous membrane that .. !t: . Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION (JUARANTKKD. PRICKS RKASONAltl.K .. . I I . . lines the breathing apparatus and the digestive apparatus. PERUNA relieves catarrh. In tablet form it is Its prompt action makes for men and women ex. posed to sudden changes in the weather or compelled to bo out in slush and rain. It will also lie found most satisfactory as o tonic following an attack of illness. It ' ' . J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. LANCASTER, Ky. . . Telephone 192. & . ;MMx.;xA'.x j l ::'(.'x:.0: ''CO'O'GX CARRY A BOX herevenou Co. Travelers ami other com to take Ion drive la ihe cold am! anyone whotte trcupatioo subjects htm to the danger of tuddrnroldiniayu' H at a preventive with Ihe aMtiranrr that the t ablet f made are (mm the tame formulary sthe liquid mnlirinc wlthtt 41 vean of autrest before theAmericaa luUic. w gelled THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT with the 7, lil K) member bankers in maintaining the Federal ltesere Hanking System for the protection of the business interests i f the country Through the Federal I'eserve Hoard in Washington It sup- ervise the twelve I'eileral reserve banks, it deposit its funds large ly with them. It guatunlees the currency they usue greatly increases the value of the system t This us and our community. TV ftrwu ?. CJVm. Ob BRYANTSVILLB Miss Mnrv Ilelle llalcomb has I J te Citizens 2L 2L National Bank KY. OF LANCASTKIt. H. F. 1ILDSON. President. W. O. Pir.Nl.Y. Ass't Cash'r Jok W. F. CIIAMl". J. J. WAl.KKIt, Vice I'rest. J. Walkkk, Jk.. Ilook Keeper. Cashier. DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Peach, Tutci Fruitti, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Any Caro-me- l, Telephone Hour W. 1L DC O. 1 KING, C No 202. Proprietor. DC DC DC r Farmers Attention. Having leased the Lancaster Mills, on July 1st we will be open for business. We want your trade and will be in the market for your the of the if any; if none, lie shall pay it over to the convict at the expiration of his time, if the convict vagrant has a wife and family within the Slate of Ken tucky, he shall have the right to enter into bond in the penalty of $1U0, with good surety, conditioned that he will forthwith return to his family and betake himself to some honest calling for their support, whereupon he shall be immediately discharged. hection itu 1 he person taking or buying a vagrant shall have the tame rights and powers, and Le under the same responsibilities as masters of ap prentices during the time for which they have been sold, hired or bound to them, except as to education. Section l7Ct! All justice of th peace, police judges, judges of the county court, sheriffs, constunles and grand jurors, are required to see that the person in their respective counties shall be prosecuted for a violation of the provisions of this chapter. rarnau. Mr. James Ilrvant of West I'oint. was here several days this week visit IS COMING TO THE FRONT Itight now this Country n calling for men of stout hearts and sound budies. It needs them to keep OKI Glory triumphant anil unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphadzes, as nothing else could do, the iniortarce nf good health, both as an individual an I national asset. ing Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean and Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilogan Mallard We ure prepared to repair all kinds of Hinders and Mowers. We carry a large stock of repairs, have your work Conn Hros. done before the rush. Live and let live folks. The regular "Quarterly Meeting" services were held Saturday and SunThe day at the Methodist church. Uev. II. C. (Ireer was present and delivered most interesting sermons. It gives point tn the suggestion, often emanating from this ollice, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless When you find ynurelt running down and not exact!-- , keyed up to the lighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at You ought to come tn Nature's relief and take 11 course of times. COM-CEL-SA- R Wash Away Skin Sores ttti ninny mfTTfrs of lln ,11 " I', tin- - liquid iih, hi nl holit uoril 'lliry krvm it 'l i on It. t' can drM-nill. I Hi " 't.nto riroliilimnl It (.or- II lias prot-Itwlf art--- . ta all form nl t I nuMi H Imrtn'i s to l - i I rum uli- - that lull il II it Is it 'i nit iu , uT ir ui 1,1.1. k In nrtlon I1 n' mtliiillrfrom Un ( I in ' I.'. - . itmt mint fir tin nmiilv will nut ilKfippollir v.tu l III" ruasur lu- "I Hi ti t r id pr pnrnilun for all Uii I't.ii e m Mul ni. (,t.,,nt o,r U "'I I'. ! I. A Hut H. wit', that ki.1'3 Ihe ilia UcultUy. I' ti mi 'it to I li PAINT LICK Miss Ora Kstridge was a visiti Itichmond Saturday. Mr. T. It. Slavin is the proud owner of a lluick six touring car. Mrs. It. (j. Woods visited her parents in Xicholaavillu the last week. Mr. Arch Walker, of I'rincton. is the guest of relatives in this vicinity Miss I'mma Odor has returned from ii two weeks viait at Mt. Carmel, HI. Tinning Hoofing Guttering and Plum bing, Conn Ilros. Live und let live folks. Mr. John f. White. Jr. of Mansfield, Ohio has been the guest of Mrs. It C. Woods. Mr. J. It. Smith.of Fujetleville.Tenn. was the ;uest of Mr. Woods Walker tho past week. .Misses Mary May and Klizabeth Wal ker. who spent the winter at Mt. Carmel, III, came home Saturday. Dr. Woods Ogileve, of I'rincton and Mrs. J. C. Hays, of Stanford were guest of Mr. und Mrs, Woods Wnlker, on tili guaranteed tn satisfy you. or minify hai'KI If you'll do that, you will mil experience the discomfiture of being sent buck hum-- for lick of red blood when you ni.swer the call of the colors. sells at line Dollar tor thriee Imxes. liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranleed for the blond and indigestion and headache. theutiialHiii ami nervnunness SCIKNCK SOI'K is best for III MAN SKIN, only liv a liar :t liars i'.c. Try our COWIIOY I.INI.MH.NT. for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. J.'ic and MIc bottles Legally, l. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Corn, Wheat and Hay, Dti. Ii. K. For is Years the Standard sum litr tuy Mcl'uberts. Lancaster. Ky. Dakoto :!7l-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Itroadwiiy. I.Ol lSVILLi:. KY. paving you the highest market prire. This mill is practi(machinery and considered cally new, with all one of the best in the country. We propose to sustain the reputation it has made in the past, by producing the 3d DC DC 5?st Flour and Vleal that it will be possible for any mill to turn out. We ask the of our friends in the county promising in return the highest market price for your grain and hay. We will be in the market for several hundred barrels of com. in n few weeks. Mr Alex Walker still retains d having been taken interest, the other over by H. I). Lee and John T. Hicks. Soliciting your patronage and support, we are, respectfully one-thirtwo-thir- This Week Only. can issue you a life insurance policy in one of the best companies in existance THIS WEEK ONLY with a one year war clause , atteched, after this week, this company, like all others have already-actedwill place in force the rigid TEN YEAR war clause. If you have an Interest in yourself, family, or creditors, you should at once see me and allow me to explain to you the features that will become effective on May 28th. I Sunday. Alex Walker. H. Ik l ee. .1. T. Hicks W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Mr. and und Mrs. U. 0. Iturgess are rejoicing over the arrival of a little daughter on the 18th. The young lady was christened Doris l.ynn. We are prepared to repair all kinds of Hinders and Mowers, we carry u large stock of repairs, have your work Conn Ilros, done before the rush. Live and Let live Folks. Hev. Carmichacl and family of Colwitli Mr. lege Hill, spent tlio week-enami Mrs. (J, M. Trcadwuy und Hev. Carmichacl filled Ids pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. d You Can Not Afford To Delay. Your interests are at stake if the call for men at the front should include you. Allow me to insist that you act at once. Aaaar- - or OncDrop Ii APRS "" -- 1 BourbonPoultry Remedy A few drops In tho UriuVlnir wuter cnn s i andprouiilswlilto One 13 ultrilioes.'uolert arululiu-- irtllon of medicine. At jlruir-irNta-or ly mall l.liilil. Vlu-kil- o iultry Uuk frea uu nutU IIVIIH KHII tllulttt,lf. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. chlcK lioltl" inaki'S R. G. WOODS Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 24, 1917. Ml HOUSE Cuniighi Hart ScluCntt.V Marx OF TOE Fill! i Yes this Suit looks as good from the front as it does from the back, but that 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. HAET, SCHAFFNER & MARX have produced these lively designs that you want. All we ask is a chance to show you. prices $i5.oo. $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 QUALITY. JAS. Don't Cough Until Weak "W. Coerge Mr. K. SIEIHE Miss Minnie 1'earl Drown is visiting friends at Wilmore. Mr. J. I'. 1'rather visited relatives in Madison County recently. Mr. Nick Schooler and sister Miss Una, visited Mrs. Jasper Noel. Mr. Mai Carter and fumily were guests of Mrs Dewey I'rice, Sunday. Miss Laverne Dickerson of Lancaster is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Iirowr? Mr. and Mrs. Waller have returned to Louisville after a visit to Mrs. J. W. llrown. Hemp hail insurance $1.00 per acre, Policy effective at once. See Gaines the Insurance man. Tinning. Koofing. Cutterirjg ar.d I'luinbing. Conn llros. Live and let live folks. The Ladies Missionary Society will LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CopfUil A. It DENNY. children, of Frankfort, have been here BUCKEYE the guest of relatives and friends. Hev. Howard llrazeltnn. of Maylield Miss Leota Kay and brother deliver) d an excellent nermon at the are ill with measles. Christian church bete Sunday morning. Work Under Difficulties. In China there is mi nil well that Harry, has been drilled to si depth of .'i.GnO feet with the most primitive native tools. 50,000. President J Surplus 430,000. Vice Mis Emily Murphy, of Shelny City, will be the guest of her aunt. Mrs. HeDordefor the Chautauqua. S. Docker, president of the First National Hank, recently bought of W. W. Hays a six- - cylinder Iluick Intellectuality. A great soul draws and Is drawn with more fierce Intensity than Is any Miiull one. Ily every inch we grow In Intellectual height our love .strikes down Its roots deeper and spreads out Its arms wider. exchange. Foley's Honey and Tar HELPS COUGHS QUICKLY Folf.t's IIonf.V ANIiTarIuVm riftht fioM of an obstinate couh and fiivci quick relief. It putt a healing coating on the membranes that line the throat and air pai.ici. It ttopt the tickling, looteni and raite phlegm easily. It it junt splendid for bronchial and li rippe coufthi, and tight, whceiy breathing. Mr W S. lUit.r. l.nctr, sv., roufhrj J. i: ST()lt.Mi:S. Prrs't S. C DENNY. Cashier. t car. If. 'I. JMIIKV, Aas't Cwihirr. J. 1.. I.I llook-Kerp- r. Safety I). Oeposit WK Boxes J- For II. Rent. Mrs. I. elm Cook, who has been at Cedar Springs, S. C, for several months has returned here for the summer. Mrs. Ktnrna Lee Vaughan and son, Mr. Walton, of Richmond Va , arc the guests of her brother, Mr. E. C. Walton and family. T. W. Jones, the well known stock dealer has bought the home of S. M. Saulley on West Muin St. Mr. Saulley will move his fumily to Richmond. Miss MHrtha Severance Itaney, who is attending the Normal school at Uiclimond, spent the week-en- d here with her parents. Mr. und Mrs. T. D. Kane)--. Mrs. J. L. II. Coffey and son, Shelby, who have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. K. J. Howenstine at Circle-villO, are here the guests of relatives and friends. Mr. M. D. Elmore, who had the misfortune last week to fall from a counter in his store is not improving as rapHe is threatened idly as he might. with blood poison. The home of John T. Holtzclaw of the Gilbert's Creek section was completely destroyed by fire Friday. The Most of origin of the fire is unknown. the furniture was saved, with insur ance on this place, Mr. J. 10. Jordon, the popular telephone manager here left Monuay for his homo in Hell county to spend a month or so. Mr Jordon hud the feverul months ago to get his arm broken and he is going Lome to remain until he gets well. Owing to the disturbed conditions due to the war and tlint the farmers ure backward with their farm work. Judge Charles A. Hardin has made it known that all jurors and witnesses are exMay Circuit cused from attending court, beginning .Monday, The ChautuuiUa will begin here on Sunday afternoon anil last five days with two preformances daily. The Woman's Club members are working earnestly to tnrke this the best Chautauqua ever held and have spured SOLICIT YOIJH IIUSINESS. M. Oxhran. Alex K. Drnnv. Smiit Stnrmes. S. C. Dmny. J. !.. (Jill. Dr. W. I'osey, J. K. lilliott. Direetori. !mmt rnnllnunu.ly dlv mill n.fht. until the Honey mil Tr. Atier liklnf ball look txrttlr. trr cnuH tirf.n In ,low up, a&4 ivrca buttle, raurcly cutcj bec coulb. Sold Hver where. "HOW DELIGHTFuTlT IS!" Eliminates Coal Smoke. A Cincinnati man has found that a mixture of water and lay on coal will prevent Miioke. When clayey water Is thrown on small pieces of coal It forms a thin Iajer of day around each piece. This helps keep In the coal gases until the day is thoroughly heated. When the inal gases come out they are readily consumed thus burning up the smoke. The briquettes thus burn more slowly und more uniformly than plain coal. NEW CASH STORE l! The Last Words of Funslon Mow ii El i : have bought the H.D. Lee stock of goods located in the Record building one door from I the square. W have closed our cumly kitchen on Lexingion merged it with our New Store. WV I 1 St. und I I CI ilinnk you for past business mid cordially invite you to call on us nt our new location where we are able Iomtvc j on better Yours for business. I III COY S. SANDERS I 19 i t (ml to dwell. How delightful it is, like Sheridan on his ride. With ii heart full of hope, to swim to the Other side. How delightful it is, nt Country's call. To put on the armor and light for all. How delightful it is. in foreign land. To uphold the Unhand for Justice stand. How delightful it is to slip out of the him!. well. How delightful it is ill the House of (Ily Henry Polk Lowenstcin) delightful it is to do one's duty meet at the Haptist church, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Dorothy Whittaker has returned to her home at Kirksville after a visit to Mrs. U. W. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs A. C. Miles attended the sale of Mr. Chas. Chapline near Harrodsburg Tuesday of last week. Mesdames Hiram Kay, Nora Teater, Misses Sallie Lou Teater, Ethyl Kay ami Mr. Geo Kay wete in Nicholasville Wanted You to (Jet our free catalog on Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs, Grace Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, DahMonday. We are prepared to repair all kinds of Hinders and Mowers. We carry n Kverything for Orchard. Lawn and large stock of repairs, have your work Garden. done before the rush. Conn llros. Live No Agts Write for free Catalogue. and let live folks. Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. Strawberries, And on the wines of music to Ily to I Cod. I. intermit; to the orchestra playing u beautiful waltz in the hotel where he wni stopping in Sun Antonio, Texae, Cener.il Kunston, speaking to a little 'girl nearby, snid "liowdeliglitfulit Is!" I mill then expired, these being his lust j words. H.F.Hillenmeycr & Sons. Had Fairly Good Hold. "Has Jimrnn ever hail much of a hold on youj" "He succeeded In pulling my leg once!" Judge. Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 191G Mr STANFORD Sr., has been ill for severul days. Miss l.iecio lleazlev is in Danville with Mr It. S. I.vtle. .Mrs. S. .1. Ktnbry. IN BUYING Green Seal Paint you need take nothinj- - for ranted the exact formula la printed on the hack of every package. This formula is the result of 28 years of painstaking experience, costly experiments, and it i.s mathematl. cally correct. This formula discloses that Hanna's Green Seal Paint u composed of a predominance of pure Whito Lead with just enough zinc to temper or harden it to prevent chalking quickly. Hanna's Hanna's Green Seal "Th Mad to Wear Paint" SOLD BY CONN BROTHERS. l'rank (iraves. of Krankfort, bus been the guest of Miss Elizabeth llunn. Airs. M. M. Miller, of Uiclimond, bus been the guest of .Mrs. V. S. Embrv. Penny has been the guest neither time nor energy. Mrs. of her sister. Mrs Sallie Scott in the Much excitement was aroused here. county. Suturduy morning when the lire alarm Mrs. J. K. Larue, of Louisville, is the was given and it was reported that the guest of her sister. Mrs. Ceorge I' lumie of M. 1). F.lmore on West Main Ih'Horde. A store-rooat street was on lire. Miss Muyme Singleton, a student at the rear of the liouso caught on tire, Kastern Normal has been at home for it is thought, trom n spat k which the several day. wind blew from a trash pile that hud Dr. und Mrs. .1. M. Casev went in been burned just back of the home u Lancaster last weel. f. r the short time before. The lire was soon wedding. extinguished and the damage will be Miss Vercil I.eCouipt, of Frankfort something like fOU. lias been the guest of Miss Nancy llunn week hete This is Commencement mill every night some entertainment or for u few dins. Jese Docker, of Transylvania, came play is given. On Monday night the homo Saturda'y for u short visit to his Mozurt und dleo Clubs gave un entertainment, on Tuesday night the Senicr father, Mr. J. S. Mocker. Wednesday night Commencement Miss Gertrude Wilkinson, who has play, Dr. J, T. Coates, of Richbeen at Richmond at school for several exercises. mond, delivered the address und Thursweeks has returned home. day night the annual music recital. Miss Sue Whitley Murphy, of WinniThe llaccalaurcute sermon wus preachpeg, Canada, is the guest of her broth- ed at the Uaptlst church by Dr. J. W. er, Mr, J. II. Murphy and family. I'orter, of Lexington and is probably W. II. O'liannon ure the best thing of the kind that has been Dr. and Mn. visiting relatives and friends in Miss In this city in years. There are eighissippi and other adjoining states teen graduates, the largest class in Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Lecpmpte and several years. j Hero Is n messago to suffering women, from Mrs. W. T. l'rlcc, of Public, Ky: "I suffered with painful...", 6ho writes. "I got down with a weaUne.-- s In my h.icl. r.iul llmhi.,.1 couraged. I had nbout given up ho k of ever being well na'n, when a trlcnd Incited I felt liclplesj and dis- 1 The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lauds tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of t'-- t law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed ,t N 11 Price K.L. Elkin H. C. Arnold. J. C. Kigsby. Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tutum. IE. L. Arnold. T. K. Slavin. It. L. Darker. C. M. Moberly. 1!. M. Lear. S. C. Kigsby. Sirus Daily. Julia Parks We will udd other names for 'Ji cents cash, PO S TED Personal Stationery The Woman's e Tonic marked dlffercuco, . . I grow stronger rlr,ht clous, and It cured mo. I am Etouter than I havo been In years." It you suffer, you can appreciate what It means to bo strong and well. Thousands of women glvo Cardul tbo credit for their rood health. It should help you. Try Cardul. At all druggists. 3 I began Cardul. In Ehort wiiiio I saw a Should be Engraved or Embossed Dowadays. It reflects flood taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the man) beautiful samples we have and get our prices. 'I'M 13 Central Record. The Central Record, Thursday, May 24, 1917. The Central Record incorporated, hsueii Weekly. $1.00 a yeah. DRAFT BILL Becomes Law And Reccircs The President's Signature. HONESTY IS STILL THE BEST POLICY STRAWBERRIES STRAWBERRIES Walton Moss is giving his annual veil of Strawberries, and they nrc line ones. See him for church supplies and etc. STRAW J. R.L. E. ROBINSON. Editor. KLK1N. Local Editor cud Mgr. KnItrKd at Iho l'n Pcfnnil omce In l.nncmlcr. Kj. Mill Matter Member Kentucky I'rcss Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kjr., May The President of tho United States lias Issued a proclamation willing upon all citizens, both white and colored, be- Truth Stranger Than Fiction and tween the ages of twenty-on- e thirty years inclusive, to register under And Spreads Faster. the provisions of the unicrsal service act, recenty passed by Congress. A copy of the rules under which the registration is to be mnde together I ASK THESE TAN LAG USERS al- YOUNG DOCTORS FACE DRAFT FOR WAR'DUTY. -- "There nre any number of young doctort in Chicago, who ought to men under thirty-one- , volunteer for service in France, .and if they don't volunteer pretty soon they will be drafted. That is all there is to It, and they might ns well realize it." Thus sKke Dr. Franklin II. Martin, member of tho medical branch of the council for national defense, who returned from Washington, where he conferred with the secretaries of the iirmj and navy, hads of the Ited Cross anil of the army and navy, and the department of public health. "There is a great demand for doctors at the front", he said. "The waste, the loss, among the doctors serving in No the trenches has been frightful. other branch of the service probably has sutfered so frightfully as the medical branch. Every physician and "surgeon in the United States under forty years can see service in France, if u will apply tii. the l of the army or navy or to tho eiuncil for natioiml defense. "About 100 doctors are applving daily throughout the country, nnd it is planned to semi at least L'OO n month tn the front. About .MKJ have applied so .Six base hospital far from Illinois. units hate been ordered out. uihong them that of Northwestern university, and it is expected thev will sail In about ten days." CHICAGO, May Ifi. with the registration blanks, have ready been received by Sheriff llallard and provide that the registration shall be in the various voting precincts of Rates For Political Announcements the countv. under the direction of th . .$ COO For Precinct and Citv Olfoes .lierilf anil other election oilier-.- . Tin 10.00 date ot registration is fixed to take 'or County Oflices tor State and District Ollices. . . . 15.00 place Tuesday, June 5th. between the 10 hours of seven A. M. and nine 1'. M. For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line All men within the age limit will be For all publications in the interrequired to present themselves personindividuals or expresest of ally, unless absent from the precinct, sion of individual views, per when they inny register by mail. Th 10 lack of necessary qualifications does line 05 not excuse anyone Obituariesper line from registering. Failure to register is punishable by We are authorized to announce the jail sentence. Certificates will be is following candidates, subject to the sued to those registering. I'rocedure for registration. Primary, action of the Democratic 'At each booth will be printed a placard August 1917. giving information of the character of County School Superintendent. tne questions asKetl and the answers expected. Familiarize yourself with MISS JENNIE JUGGINS. this placard and 'have jour answers ready in jour mind responsive to the County Court Clerk. questions to be asked. J. O. HOGIE, Questions (hat vill be inked arc: JEI'TIIA ONSTOTT. Name in full. Age in years. W. A. DOTY. Home addrers. WtUCE LAWSON. J. ' Date of birth. Are you a natural born citizen? CJ) Assessor. Naturalized citizen? (3) un alien (4) or E. II. KAY. have you declared vour intention. Where were you born? Magistrate District No. 1. If not a citizen, of what country are you a citizen or subject. j. u. CLAISK. What it your present trade, occupa-- , tion or office. Magistrate District No. 2. Ily whom employed. here employ-d- . 24, 1917 . i t I Hat v; HAS PANAMAS, Mini) pernn think fur run-l.i- mhritlMil nieillrlnet arc fiike U a Imile Iihi well klnmi, to Ken tuckhins to neiit .my fake telhiuiiluU Writer of Timlnc' iidverlNliig do not quote people living In other tni They ule ,ott the tinine and ail lire"!1 of jour umi friend, nelchboi . and nequalutniu'o rk'lit hero In the . good old Itliie State. Thi nd rn-- 'i BANG-KOKS, surgeon-general- s ARRIVED LEGHORNS, BALILUKES, MILANS for h:iii't All It does Is ghe jou a lUt Tatilae. to tnl of people rltfht here In ltd whom j on may write for partli'iil.irs nlHiut Timlin. Mnjli- - jou know Mime of thee. l'lkellle .Mr. I'rauee Vot Lawreiieelmrg Melnood Slr-tenIlor-- o Itrnni'li t,. t Crawford. Whitlej City- - (I. Z. Prh lunl. Dalej - .Malluda Sizemore i!reeiiiip .liinie Wa)on. vortWeim-iit a word to n We are Featuring all Ihe New Things In I'lllille W. ' Itull.K-Pluto .Mrs l.uey Cl.issow. !. W. Meevo. Mr Somerset Stepbeiislitirg Mr. l.oula Shit ply Whitley fit) .Mr. Tina Itrown H.h- - I.I, k- - .lohn Elder. It. 1'. I No I Saljersvlllo Mrs It li lianllier lleinlrlt-fo- ra It A melt. Sherl'itnie- - .Mrs. John i: Stephen-- . Itau Delta Ainliiircey Setirep Mrs. ilatlle Shellon Heady .1 T. Il.ndrl.l;. N'lles Mrs Knthiirlii" as Plato Able IIiirrK surgeon-genera- SPLITS AND SENNITS. the Stock is Come in and Pick Yours While Fresh and Sizes Good. Parks & Hendren Co, lncorxirutel Ynniaerau-TliunirhltnoiHl. Tanlar has lionetlled all the folks THE REGISTER OF KENTUC named above, and all are ready to .say a gissl word for the any KY STATE HISTORICAL Danville, - Kentucky. time .s!t tli?m. LOGAN I SON. "Style Leaders" County Attorney. GIIEEN CI.AY WAI.KEK. Sheriff. A. K. WAEKEU. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HAI1LAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. IIOGAN IIAI.l.AHD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. AKNOLD. A. D. FOItl). TRAINING CAMP FOR NEGROES Washington, -- Senaton New of Indiana was assured today by Adjutant-GenerMcCain that a training camp for negro officers will he established somewhere in tho United States in h short time. There will be a number ot neirro reirimenta in the new army and it is proposed to officer some of these regiments with negroeB. ORGANIZATION OF IfFMTIfPI'V DFPIMFMTC JlbiliULIlI KLuiriLlYlu. increase national guards to ju quoto Kentucky is to raise one regi- ment infantry, one field regiment of one battalion engineers, sig- nal corps. The Adjutant General of would like to raise companies from Lancaster. Danville. Stanford and Uichmotid as a batallion for the first new regiment that will bu organized This is an opportunity for some palri-- 1 otic man from Lancaster to become Cnptianof coiirpany he would raise here. SLACKERS, BEWARE! Washington, Persons volunteering to act without compensation as legistrars under the selective draft bill were requested in a war department statement today to communicate direct with the sheriir or mayor of their home jurisdiction. The department bus been flooded with such volunteer oilers, which in eacii case have to be referred back to local authorities. Tho statement said that the pay uf registrars not volunteering would be $1 a day. but that compensation for the registration day only would be allowed. Slacken) who seek to evade registration for the war army 011 the day to be set by President Wilson can be detected easily. Another statement today by the department explains that lists of persons registered will be osted and all citizens who know of evasions are expected to report them. In failing to register, says the statement, tt citizen "places himrelf cross currant to the oveiwhelming sentiment of the country, as voiced by its representatives in congress. He casts doubt upon Ida courage, commits a misdemeanor and renders himself liable to imprisonment." Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at It. E. Mcltoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint I.i:k. J. N. Metcair; j Decker & llallard; Little j Hickman, Collier and llruner. lierea. S. K. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Itank.JJranch. or State. Store; Junction City, Iteynolds and Do you claim exemption from draft. Evans; Hichmond. II. L. I'erry & Son; (Specify ground). Crali Orchard, Lyne llros ; Ilurgin, G. The following uuout the exemption T. Schoolfield: Danville, John S. Wells, clause might be of interest; Lancaster. II. E. Mcltoberts. and W. C (Adv( Uecause you claim exemption from West. Silver Creek. draft, it by no means follows that you are exempt. For the information of the war department you should make e A BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE. clairti now if you intend to prosecute it. The following beautiful and true tri Some persons will he exempted on uc-bute to one bound by ties of kinship count of their occupations or otfice. to many in Garrard is Some on acconnt of the fact tiiat thev and friendship Danville Messenger. have relatives dependent upon them copied trom the iwcestej-Your answer touching Mrs. Chestnut's paternal for support. and the regret these things will b important in sup- were all from Garrard 111 uniporting the claim you intend to make caused by her passing an ay is as it is deep. in answer to these questions. Ite sure, versal CIIKSNUT. therefore, that the grounds you now Mrs. Josephine Salter Chesnut. wife state are in cOnformitv witli vour' answers to questions 7 and S. In stating of George W. Chesnut. passed away at ground you claim as exempting you, her home in this city Saturday evenuse one of the following terms: If you ing. May ll'th. at J o'clock. This community feels a keen sense claim to be an executive, legislative or Judicial officer of the State or nation, of loss in tlie untimely death of this mu 'ur olIice und 9aJ' whether It is splendid type of womanhood. We have an office of the State or nation: If you been told that in her girlhood home, arc in the military or naval service and she was peculiarly thoughtful nnd this is your ground, simply sav "Mili- courteous, ever respectful of authority. tary service of the United States." If and in those virtues were laid the member of a religious foundation of her useful life. Vou claim to be Around her own hearthstone build-eBect u'"'se crM'd forbids its members according to a plan of her own 10 participate in war it. any form sun-T- o l'y name the sect. If you are employ-fu- where her interests and airection cenfondness fur ed in the transmission of the United tered, there was nhown beautiful tilings and an exquisite taste Sta,' ,nail3 or us " "rtiticer or man in a" armory arsenal or navy vartl in their selection. Neatness, system und order were the of the United States, if you are a iner employed in ihe sea service of uny laws of her household anil a gracious ei,iz''n or merchant within the United hospitality its especial adornment -States, so state. If you are a felon ur these were the outward evidences of a otherwise morally deficient and desire bright mind and well developed charlo claim exemption on that ground, acter. It is what one does every day that state vour ground briefly. If you claim counts in life's accomplishment not physical debility, state that brielly. alone for self, but for others in the und in the home in tho community FLOYD. wofld, thus testifying to the truth ot Lowell's statement that "the tie thut (Contributed) A most beautiful life was closed binds the home holds the Nation's AnSunday evening, May 20th, at eight chor." The hoes of that lioiqe are now o'clock, when Mrs. W. A. Floyd quietly died at her homo near Lowell. Mrs. blasted and the plans of life must be Floyd was born in Williamsburg, made anew by this visitation of un un, kind fate -- but what has been done is March-JOlhlit. Itefore her marriage to Mr. G. W. not lost -- but is an enduring monument Finley, sho was Miss Mary A. Meriitt. to u singularly lovible and well rounded To this union were born twelve children character und forceful personality. of whom tlx und the husband have Her sympathies were easily touche'd and in the application of her bounty preceeded her to tho greut beyond. Later she was married to Mr. W. A, she considered neither creed nor color. A good woman has gone from us Floyd, who witli six children, Mrs. James J'earson, Mrs. Josh Floyd, Mrs. but the world will be the better in that Ida Lester, Messrs Frank, William und she lived. Harrison Finley, all of whom were Hud- Chicken feed wheat for sale, with the loved wife and mother at the son, Hughes & Farnau. thu last, are left to mourn her loss. Mrs. Hoyd had been in poor health for a vcar or two, but for tho past few NOTICE months her suffering had been so intense that loved ones and friends, As adminestrator of'the estate of it knowing there was no possible hope of W. Itrown, deceased, notice is hereby her recovery, could not repress a sigh given that all those having claims of relief to know that her suffering against said estate will present same was ever. to the undersigned, properly proven. After funeral services by the Ite v. Those endebted to same will pleasocall Ellis, the body was laid to rest in the and settle at once. (3t) Manse cemetery. J. E. Dickerson,- - Admir. I Years-Nation 1 s 11 u ll 11 y Have you a father, mother, wife. child under twelve, or a sister or broth- er under twelve solely dependent on vou for support? Uace, Married or single, which? , (specify which) What military service have you had. SOCIETY. This magazine alwajs comes to our desk as a welcome guest, uplete a it is with Kentucky history, much of which was never before published and cannot be found elsewhere. This months magazine contains the history of "The Hoskins of Kentucky" with u picture of Camp Dick liobinson, which 111 days was known as Hoskins Cross Uoadi. This article is from one of Canard's gifted daughters. Mrs. Eliza Anuernon Herring. A. C. Quisenbury, formerly of Ken- tucky, always writes entertatninglt this months article Is on "The Alleged Secession of Kentucky in 1M11' The editor of this valuable magazine. Mrs. Jennie C. Morton, ulwuvs contributes something from her facile pen Inith In This, month this prose and poetry. "poet laureate of Kcntuckj" adds more laurels to her hterurt achieve meats by a poem entitled "A Kentucky Tragedy" and "The Crowner at the, Coronation o f King Kdwanl VII When the Queen's memorial sert ices' were held in the rooms of th- - State Historical Society. Mrs. Morton read from an old magazine an article ukii. the crowning of the Queen sixty years before. Mrs. Morton wrote the abov.-Kem upon the crowning of her son. It is now 11 Milemii olili:iti(m upon cmij fiuiucr to that his King lZdward. which was I ty glum count am! jiclil its utis cultivated, so tis to tiiukc I corn and complimented across the seas. Tlii; eyci of the whole world arc turned toward the American Those who lute Kentucky and Ken-- 1 most lucky history should subscribe for this fanner ami upon him falls the responsibility of not only supplying his magazine as thej will find its pages in- own country with enough to eat. lint the Allied countries are dependteresting from cover to cover. ing upon him also In view of these conditions it lieconns ihe solemn vt .o " ATLANTA SUFFERS GREATEST DAMAGE. SINCE Estimates y obligation for every farmer to use ihe very best cultivator to make his land produce the utmost. (!et one of these cultivators while they last CIVIL WAR ) were that from to 15,00(1 persons Were homeless us Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. a result of Monday's lire that swtpt through approximately seventy-liv- e blocks of residence property ranging from negro shacka to homes of influential citizens in the northeastern section of tlu citv. It. S. Itust. assistant secretary of the Southeastern Underwriters' Association, roughly estimated the nropertv loss ut $.'1,000,000 and loss to insurance comp.inieH nt $2,!iOO,000, It was the greatest lire Atlanta's history since Civil Wur ilujs, when Gen. Sherman, terming it tho backbone of tho Confederacy, ordered that it begins and continues the balance of the week inu?t be burned. In property lots and hardships It was even greater, for the Save your the items city Unit Gen. Sherman destroyed had only 10,000 inhabitants. you want and brinij it with you. Destitute people from the hurneddis-tric- t, which included negro homes and costly residences of white people, were cared for by the local Ited Cross and wa the Associated Charities. Hundred were fed, lodging wus provided in the Auditorium Armory, tho negro Odd Fellows Hull, churches, private homes und hotels. Preparations were comto feed 5,00 people. pleted Lancastrians who lost in the lire was Mr. W. S. Klkin who lost his home und entire contents, Dan Collier Elkin who Incorporated. lost his books and clothing, Mr. Edwurd England who married Miss (Jessie Adams also lost everything. W,u aro glad to state the business of Phones r 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Messrs Ware Mcltoberts and John Mount escaped as did also Mr Mount's lyme. Becker & Ballard. TO-DA- Y 111 Our One Gent Sale listcheck a MGRobfiPt&Dnm &tnFf VI y Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. 339-F-o- ' Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The Central Record. Thursday, May 24. 1917. Mr. Harvey Lee, of Richmond, was down to see his home folks taut Sunday. PRETTY HOME WEDDING. One-HalfPri- ce One of the prettiest home weddings Mr. 0. It. Carpenter liu returned 'from n business trip to Hoimersnnville, ever wltnesieil in our town was that of Miss lierniu Guiton Lear and Mr. N. C. Mac WilKlns, of Shelby. N. U. ' Mrs. II. K. Waller was cnltnl In Dan was solemnir d last Thursday evening ville hy the death nf her cousin, Mm. at HMO at tho home of the bride's parGenre Chestnut. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lear, on WOMEN'S AND MISSES Cloth Suits fnr the next week will be offered at hill. 1 i. hlf nrlre , artrl Iprc Ul fl' u r I'll, m V w H mm i " i v v mi mi '. - ; V illl Your Choice of What is Left For $14.98 WAISTS. A Beautiful Patterns in Axminister, Velvet and Brussels shipment of are being shown now. Excellent values in all qualities. Now is the time to save money on Rugs. See our LINOLEUM. Many good patterns at reasonable prices. RUGS OF GEORGETTE&CREPEDECHINE WAISTS just received. Every style preferment is to be found in this group. Inj:i r Aldridco n in Itichmonil the Lexington St. Klder F. M. Tinder, pastor of tin; first of the week, demonstrntim; the Christian church, performed the car. ceremony in the presence of Dr. Woods ORlesliie, of Princeton, friends ami relatives. Kv , has lieeu the e,uest of his sister, Misses Margaret Cook and Martha ' Mrs. Horace. Hcrndon. Tinder, beautifully gowned. Miss Margaret wearing pink charmcuse, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Tenter and Mrs. wild pink net Miss J. H Witt, motored to Nicholasville wearing white overdress. with Martha charmcuse white last Monday and wen; with friends. und silver net overdress, with corsargu Miss Ma I tie Adams, of Shnrpsburi:, bouquets, preceeded the wedding patty , Mrs. hearing ribbons with which they formis visitinc; her ed an aisle for the bridal party. The Naekie McGrnth, on Danville street. voung sister of the bride. Miss Mary Mrs. Will Lackey anil Joe Lee Lear, whs the maid of honor and Harlan, Ky., this week guest of was uttireil in an exquisite ate of Mr. and Mrs. James Landram and Mr. pink chitron with net trimJ. T. ilurnside. med ill. hand made pink and silver roses, Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Ilitfield nn-- l she carried orchids and pink roses, with Following children, spent the week-enwith her streamers of pink riobon. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Walters, her unci precluding the bride came the two beautiful little llower girls, Nancy in Kussell enunty. Thomas Lear and Lucy Hates Demo . Dr. and Mrs. James II. (.'arlile and gowned in whit-- ; lace, carrying French handsome voting son, James Jr, of baskets from which they scattered pink i MimilieM, Ohio, are pleasant guests of rose petals. The petite and beautiful Mr and Mis. IJice Woods, in i'aint young bride then followed, leaning on Lick. the arm of the handsome groom. She wore her going away gown, which was Mrs. J J. Thompson and attractive an imported model of citron chitron broad grandaughter Jnettv Thompson (little cloth, and carried a shower bouquet uf have returneil home after spending valley lillles, never did she look lovelier. three weeks with Mr. anil Mrs. J. C. They canopv, fashioned stood under Morgan of pink Mowers and inahne, under the ' .Mis- - l.nzal'eth liilius H enjoying a folding doors between the hall and par' six cylinder Iluick, recently given her lorwhere the ceremony was pronounced. The diring room where the many Mr. and Mrs. Tom hv her father. Slavin are also enjoying their new car und handsome presents were displayed, the parlor, living room and halls were of the same make. all artistically decorated in pink roses Until Itoss of I'aint Lick, enterMiss und smilux. tained at a house party the following Mr. and .Mrs Wilkins left immediateguests. Klisha Carrier, J. I!. Hascldcn ly after the tor a southern and lienrge W. Lawson. Misses Marwedding trip after which thev will go garet Klliott and Hellen Mays Gulley. Stemi-KniRgrand-motherHurt-sid111 g-over-dres11 WORD FROM FT. HARRISON. Wonl from Fort Harrison snys that every man at the officers' training camp has been vaccinated. In fact each man submitted to a eI vaccination, having both urms scraped. He was vaccinated on the left arm against typhoid fever and on the right arm against small-poIt is a somewhat new precedure for niRii to he vaccinated twice at the same time, hut medical authorities suv it ,.ll ri,,hi They say the tvphoid vaccine lakes ef- leci ami wears nit Delore the small-povaccination taken hold. There ill be 10. UK) sore arms ill the rnmn fnr il... next several days, there being fi.2oO double-barrel. 11 men in the nlaee. nr.- - living in Tin, U"niL. "shack" accommodates men. with his own cot and other accommodations. The buildinirs beini? neie. mi. sanitary and clean. Actual work In the camp began Tuesday. One of the features was a practice hiketo get legs limbered up. These hikes will be taken each day. The daily routine nrovlde for ten hours work, including two nours liook stuilv at nielli. Th r.i umII lw. baseball and other athletics. v j V YOU'LL FINii IT IN THIS COLUMN. large frame buildings that were uuni especially for them. Koch Single Comb Hrown Leghorn Kggs, for "5 cents, 100 for $4.00 CASH. Hox '272. Eric C. Farra. Hi FOit SALK: Tomato Plants Karliana. Ponderosa, und Stone varieties. Also sweetPepper plants leady in a few days days. Mrs. S. C. Henderson, Lowell, Ky. NOTICE am stauding my thoroughbred Shorthorn bull at $1.00 cash. Wm. Itay. Iliattsville. Kj. I THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO The One Price Store. THE BEST MAKE IMPLEMENTS ON House of Quality. Mrs accompanied Liicv Arnold, Mrs. Salhe aburn ami the children of Mr. nrd Mrs Parker Gregory to Henileronville, N'. last Sunday, where the) will make their future ' home Mr .1. I!. Cornn is in Louisville this week attending 'lie meeting of the Southern States independent Telephone Conipanj. The meeting is to he held at the Lmisvillc hole! and a large j THE MARKET. Gossip About People VVJ jj A John Deere Binder $145.00. John Deere Cultivator $33. 00 Oliver Cultivator $3 .50. t Walking Cultivator $ 5.00. 1 j Go:r;s byThaie r'rlJl Mti'lion of tht Com.'ngi end Wt Art inltrtilcii In. I Mr J. R. MOUNT EME V. Miller spent Iiit Thursdu-i- i Richmond, the guest of Mrs RilL Hut-- & CO. "'hi' Siuare Deal House. Miss I tertha Walters of Russell visiting her sister .Mrs. ,M. S. field. m Co. , DEED E Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie lluichins of Cytithiunu. visited lier aunt. Mrs. J. II. Wilt last week. Mr. ami Mrs. John Collier of Hyatts-- 1 villi' were guesls Sunday of Mr. and Mm. J. II. Witt. M. S. HA T FIELD DEHTIST LANCASTER, riri KENTUCKY. G DEIFli We represent the Mr. uml Mm. Robert Klkin attended Ilulil.le. tho funeral of Mrs. George Chestnut in The Mt. Vernon Signal has the folDan wilt- - Monday. lowing to sav of a popular Lancaster Menlaim-R. K. Mcltnherts. Emma man. "W.H. lliown was here from LanKaiiirmnn and Mis Tommie Francis1 caster duiing the week 011 business. j weioin Danville. Mondav. 'Ilogne." as he is familiarly called is Mli.n lli'iiliih lli'iizlfv and .Miss Kstell one of the most successful live stock Walker, were attracnive visitors of dealers in the state and Ins "many friends in Knckcastle ate ulwas glad Mi's Elizabeth Ilenzley last week. to hear of his success. J. M. Craig is Mrs. I.i'tclii'r Christophei and pretty associated with him and buys most little daughter, Evelyn, have ri'tuined every thing that is bought in this county from a vit.it to lift sister. 111 Louisville. for the linn." delegation I" expected. Friends here deplore the accident of Pneumatic. llahy Sister" Cancer in Richmond "Nothlne yellow about me," said running with a pair of scissors in her our friend, the pure air. "I do mutual hand dropped them and slipped upon Nitiu- - of tny best work under extreme them in such a manner that one of the pressure." lilades entered her foot while the other cut a deep gash. The wound was very Always a Handful. painful hut the little patient is doing Statistics show that triplet are as well as could lie expected. linn It rarer than twins, u the latter often repeat In the samo family. This Mr. and Mr- -. Frank iluhhle.of Somerset have lieen isiting here in their merely upholds Doyle's loriner Imim where they have been the Mntcmrnt that three of u kind beat two pair. reeipiertsof much social attention. .Mrs. l!oi li.Htin entertain at an elegant Carrier Swift Flyer. dining in their honor. Mrs. Will Lear It is estimated that in ealtu weather entertained at a six o'clock dinner. Mrs. KtnniH Kaulfinnn whose house guest a earlier pigeon win H.v lit toe rate of they were also entertained Informally 1,'JOO jurils a minute; with the help of moderate wind it will attain speed for them. They left Monday for Stanof .r. l yards, and before u strong ford for a visit to Mr. und Mrs. L. F. yard-.- . wind --', 11 11 1 ( to Housekeeping in Shelby. N. C. Among the guests who uttended the wedding were: Mrs. Sam Yantis, Indianapolis. .Mrs. Ilettie Dud- uVrar. Indianapolis, Mr. M. D. Wilkins of Shelby, N. C, Mr. und Mrs. Harold Oldham. Uichtuond, Mrs. Charles Den- man. Nicholasville, Mrs. .1. T. Denton, Thomas Denton and Miss Jane Young, Lexington. Mrs. Will Fish and daughter. Miss Allie Kussell of Stanford, Miss Mary Noel, Danville, and Dr. and Mrs. John Casey of Stanford. CONTRACTOR WANTED. Wanted a contractor to build one mile of turnpike on Wolf Trail road. Call on or phone. Frank Land, Phone 1W7-J- . Route No. X 3t-p- NOTICE The Undersigned Is In Receipt Of The Following Communication. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: In view of the present emergency confronting the country, it is of tho greatest importance that all those who have dynamite or explosives of any kind for sale, make a record of such sales, as to amount sold, purpose und the person to whom sold, and date. Attention is called to Section 1374, Kentucky Statutes, which reads as follows; "Dynamite Selling'or giving with out Keeping register. That it shall bo unlawful for any person to sell, loan or give any dvnamite, or capi therefor, within this Common- Call and see our line of pose to be used. Any person vio-lat- ir any of the provisions of this section shall be lined in a sum not less than twenty-liv- e dollars nor more than one hundred dollars for each oirense. " It is requested that copies of these records be furnished the County At torney of vour County, and copy will be sent by him tu this office. I!y Order of the Governor; J. Tandy Ellis, wealth, without keeping a register of the amount sold, to whom sold, the ihite of sale, and for what pur- The Adjutant General," ( I TWO FAMOUS CARS THE HUPfclOBILE AND DOOei BROTHERS We have with us a graduate of the Huptnobile Factory, in the person of MR. ROY WHITTON who is the head mechanic of our shop. He knows cars as well as you know our Garage. Phone 81 We are at your service. Mr. anil Mr. George McRoberts audi in ordering his paper changed from interesting little daughter. Iletsev Chicago to Fort Sheridan, III., Charlie Margaiet, are visting Mr. and Mrs. Joel Dunn, oneof our Lancaster voung boys, ' informs us that he is now training in llurnside. the Ollicers KeserveCorp ut this place. Little Miss Gladys Moore of Lexing- Ch'irlie has the manhood in him to ton, is Hie attractive guest of lier make good most any where you put him fatlier. Mr. It. S. Moore, at the Simp- und we predict that before many moons son House. he will have u nice commission and rise .Mr. nod Mrs. W. M. Stotts and Mr. rapidly 111 the military service, in his and Sirs. Walter Locker of lluokoyc, teller of May 20th . he suvs:- "I inn attending theOllicelsTraining were guests of Mr. und Mrs. J. il. Camp hero in an attempt to develop Witt, Sunday. my aspirations to become an olllcer for Miss Sura lljughiiian, of. Ilustmiulle Uncle Sum". who Iih.i been viiiting Mrs Ross liastiu "The Kecoid which is always wel-- ! has resumed her school duties at Rich-mocome, will prove mote so while I am Noriiiul. here. We are leceivmg tine treatment Mr. Roger AKIriiine was in Lexing-to- n huve plenty of good things to eat. und lust week, demonstrating that expect u lot of haul work soon, uml good cur. the Sterns-Vnigh- t car, to eventually expect our reward-- u com some prospective buyer. mission". Msia Ileulah llcuzely will leave. In a few weeks to spend her summer vacation with her grand-motheMrs. V. M. Wndd, in Somerset, Ky. Mr. und Mis. Sum Helm of Huston-villMr. and Mrs. Churlio llunkln und little son, Clms. Franklin Jr, of spent Sunduv with Mr. and Mrs. lluvdeu Leavi'll. Mrr J. A. Hcazley lias returned from Lexington, where Mrs, Ueuzley was taken last week, for a serious operation. a It U very gratifying to her friend here to know than ahe is recovSHOUSE-ALLE- Mii'Swr H Jl T MILMS, PANAMAS, HEMP AND LEGHORNS All citizens are requested to report any violations, ami all dealers in Garrard County are asked to furnish me with a copy of the recotd on the llrst day of each month so that I may forward 11 copy to the Adjutant General. S I Respectfully. G. C. Walker, Co. Attorney. of Garrard County. Latest Styles in TIOE have opened up a PLUMBING AND TIN SHOP in Lancaster, over Mount & (Vs.. store. ' J. R. Arcade KINNAIRD Garage BROS., Managers. Co. ering rapidly. Krnest W. Allen, formerly of New York, but now of Kentucky, mid Lola II. Shouse, of this city, were married 011 Mondav evening by the ltev, 1. J. Spencer, at liiJ residence, 1111 Walnut street. Mr. Allen is a commercial traveler with Kentucky us Ids special territory. The couple will reside In Lexington. - Lexington Herald. Mrs, Shouse will be remembered as a popular clerk of the Joseph Mercantile Company who iiiadcmany friends dur-hshort aUv here. I (jiuirantee uiy work to tllvo satisfaction and my prices will be right. Rella Arnold Francis Public Square Your business wilt ui appreciated. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, May 24. 191 7. SBASOIN OF 1917 Tho following stock will make the season nt my stable, one mil McCreary ami six miles of Lancaster. Kast of PROFITABLE They Dorsey Guld Dust, Jr., Sire Horsey (told Dint. 120S2. dam I'eavine N. Will stanll at SQlt CULTURE MONEY IN Aram? T' " On? t:ii fed storted MT r A It1. rK W1LTONDALE 39162. Record 2:20i; Trial 2:14. Half Mile Trflck. Trotter: M.iliogany ll V.'.".. Bay; 15.3 Hands; Sire of Seventeen oO), he bj In The List. 1 ASPARAGUS. 310.00 to Insure IS'-- ' a Living Colt. - i;!ii only i . ' CHIEF NAPOLEON will stand at $10. to Insure a Living Colt. Chief Napoleon, 5107. 5107 $25. for Jennet has proven himself to be a good Jennet .lack. Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 to Insure. hands high, yellow with white points, big bone and hotly and line head and ears. As I am standing three good Jacks this year. I will give the farmers a chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee and am going to stand 15 He is Beecher Morgan at the low price of $5.00 to Insure. I retain lien on all colts until season money is paid. Marcs; transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must bt paid at once. Carejjtakeii to . present accidents but rot responsible should any occur. I'hone 11 'it'il-H- WALKER BRADSHAW, McCreary. Widow's stock bred at half price. o watermelons and potatoes do o best without applications of llinc. o Sixty buds on tho bearing wooil Heautiful Shetland, II inches high anil u perfect model, lie is by Major 0. o of a grapevine ure about the and out of un Imported Shetland. He will stand at $10, tu inauru a lining colt. o minimum fur u strong vine A o less number Is better for vines At the saint! time and place will also stand o of weaker growth. Sixty buds o should give 150 bunches of TWO EXTRA GOOD JACKS AT SIO TO INSURE LIVING COLT o grapes. Tor troo wounds paint Is n 0 All this stock will make the present season at my farm near 1'aint Lick, o good dressing. Mix white lead Kentucky. o ami raw linseed oil uud have It Mares will te kept on grass at reasonable rates and every care taken to o rather thick. prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. o If n heavy load of snow or Ice o comes on the berry bushes nnd o shrubbery go around and knock o off what you can with a He. o May save tbclr breaking down. Ptae-Pa- iat Lick Exchange. o Paint Lick, Kentucky. We are preaied to reiiair all kinds of Hinders and Mttivrrs. We carrv a large stock of repairs, have voiir work DRAFT HORSE ACTION. done before the rush. tiro. Live anj let live folks, Snappy Walk With Long Stride Indl. ' cates the Good Ground Covertr, Man's Love for Country. Proper actlou In tho draft horse Is A man's love for his native land lies Important, according to Kavld Gray. uio deeper (ban liny eipresslun, Black Stallion; foaled 191 J; about " "16 Jhands IhWhl ffsls,lint. 111 nnim.M husbandry i Size finning those pulses logical heart which nf H, Kansas State Agricultural college. I of home and nnd power are of Ilttlo value If the vibrate In tin- - sam-titit-I rlKlrra ItellliiHrk. I will also stand this horso has not enough agility to handle to thoughts which leap up from Ida beautiful Sret-lanIlex sio big weight In a maimer yielding the father's grave. riiapln. ' Marr liy Mirut Urn cl Stallion for the season of 1117 at Itt-- t MrDonalit W3 greatest efficiency. crv Klack s.tufrrrl Action of the draft horse should be I l.llCf Mack slin., Love of Family. I Maruli)' Ol.l .star pat Is W;Vv&JalaaaH my stable in Lancaster. Ky., at clean, bold and rather stylish. In mov. In tin- - family Is laid the foundation It-- - lanlcd forward Ing the feet should Family affection Is u of (hariiflt-$10. To Insure A Living Coll. Mulltrutr l("l nnd back lu n straight lino w Ithout pad- restraint for the wanderer, n comfort OrlU llu.r IT'l'i dling, winging or other Irregularity of to one 'iMollle .Varliiu IVuiiIt fur separated from home ties, (drill llttlf Till gait In order to get tho best and iou:wi. I am prepared to take care of mares anil refuge. Lore of fam( Palllth Clllrllalll HM greatest strldo with the least energy It ll reliancea J.ij that nothing else can ily gives on grass at 10 rrnta a day. Lien ret Mare hy Mo. Ilu.e sju Is absolutely necessary that the feet Inspire, a gladness that goes through 4th dam by Drennon. inovo straight ana smooth without de- life. tained onjcolts for service fee. Then value those who are your fects of gait. It can be seen by the pedigree that this horse belongs to a family of Knee actlou In the draft horse Is not imii. .Slum appreciation of the good Money due when mare is traded or parted with, Care taken to prevent forbearance with faults. Michampions, his sire. Hex McDolalU being the world's champion ot champions. .V long strldo mill of great Imjiortnnce. accidents but not reonsible should any oncur On his dam's side he traces to .Montrose who was champion for eighteen vears. which covers considerable ground Is lwaukee Journal. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid much more Important than high knee bone, short bacK. His neck, head and ears are in the right place. He also has action, as ability to cover ground Is The Force of Habit. - hail booked to n Trofessiir X the best shoulder motion and hock uction of any horse that I have ever had in what Is wanted. The walk is the ImLancaster, Ky. portant gait. It shoiihl be snappy and distant low ii. Having u compartment Phone mv stable. nil to himself uud a bmg night's JourIh. McD, is a snow horse in harness as well as under the saddle. You true with a gootl length of stride. ney before him. lie illvt-stchimself COMBINED STALLION can not make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. He will of Ids superfluous clothing and lay Profit In Pure Bred Hoq. make the season If yu.ii want to get started lu pure down to sleep. Un uuiikiiiK the next bred bogs cheaply buy a pure bred gilt morning he looked oi vain for his duo to furrow In the spring uud u good boots, when In sinMeiily remembered At To A Living Colt. placetl Hay puru bretl boar pig. You can nso this having in a III of Stallion 10 hands, star, lett hind ankle white line stvle nnd action. He lioar on tho sow and the sow pigs next them on tin- - rootliuurd outside tho car- will I'KINCK ALHEItT. one of the best ('LYDKSI)ALK stallion, in Kentucky make the season of 1!I17 at my barn at Hackley, Kentucky, at Hln-i- ce they hail, of fall and nlso the following vear. Hy riage iln'i. will ulso mak the season nt my Imins at the low price of $10.00 to inauie n raising two litters u -i f .:i t t I in the meantime, jrnrjou can have course, TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. living colt. This is the kind to breed to for mule males and farm horses. ten or twelvo pure bretl mivs and gilts London Tit lilts. Illtill l'lti:.STO.N llstti sired by Carroll I'reston. IM. be bv rrestim 'JiS.', ready to breed by tho time jou mcd n by Washington M. by Cromwell T.I. bv Waslungtoi Denmark. C.irroll I'reslon's I will also stand my trotting stallion new boar. If you inako good selections 1st diiin llidiv I'ei.ce Toll), bv lOnocli Aren, 'nd dam Lady l't iici- - by Alinout lu tho beginning jou can probably sell I'oirest 2Ki, :inl dam Daughter of (inrraril Chief ffiiSt. .lh dam Cray Kagle. u few boar piss for enough to tover II Kill rilKS'ION liMli 1st iam vvns qu i Kngle. she by King KagloiVt;, the cost of tho llrst sow und boar. It Is lu- - by Hi. sal King ,:,:, be by Ontltne "t.'i, he by Stom-wal- l Just us easy to nilse tho pure broils lis Jacksim 7'.', Itoyal Registered in Vol. Rule 1. grades, nnd It properly handled they King's 1st diini Molhe Mountz 2.l. was hy t lit- - noted sire Cubbclls Lexlnglou. I'. S. King Kagl.-'- s 1st diim Hip WJ, she bv Kuglo llnd, he by Old King Kagle He h h never li id any track work, but has a wonderful trotting speed are sum to be moiu prolltablo. 7f.0, iind dum lied Lion, lird dam Harris Dtmniuk 1.1, Itli dam by and is u promising trotting colt. He is four years old. mahogany bay, ITi.'i Jim Hell. HKiH I'ltLS'ION llhiiiL'iddam I.udj llird. she oy r.agl.. Bird 1011, Urd hands high, line head .ind neck, good legs, good stylo and action and ln bleedo ing cannut be -- xct iled as ou will see below. dam Mollie Dieniiou she by Did l)n nniid, lib dum Coppt r HnMom ui.d runs ' THE FRUIT GROWER. I ii mmu JACKO TKI.L, sired bj Ivldie Tell KWSi. trial 2:l!j; lie by Axtell Mh.'i, o j back to old Davj Crockett .KSW. Thoroughbred iiiMraa!raii o 'i'.Yi refold; he by William L. 1211; liyCeore Wilkes. 01!); he by Hainblutou-ia- n Also at the same tune and place will o A good time to pruuu fruit tiees lo. stand mv tu.e .lack, Dam Jane Jell 11770; by Hillj Hrass; by Allandorf 7102, record 2:1!); he o in tl.o north- is early lu March. o When tin- apple trees seem to by Onward ii:iij; by (Jrorge Wilke 2:2JJ. Secmd dun (Jraco by Jacko WW; o V.'OitLO'S MCST need something jou do not li'.il lit-- by (Janymedo 2IS."i;by I'riiuvpes i'Jii, Third dam Maud hy Dillingliani 50.TJ;bj o ly know what try somo hard iwsts, ci.nws. Kit 1. Fourth dam bj Shakespeare. Volunteer Star Fifth dam by Sweet Owen. o Wooil ashes. : onjiiiij Al $7.00 lo Insure a Living, Norse Coll Sixth drtin by Drennon. o Your I' u r i 1 n r The hclPiilHlcNhiirptt now claim i i ... o. lu .irk. o that cranberries, ktruvv berries, He-wil- l and 5S.00 far Mare Colt be limited to a few mares at nit.i-- t to ,ni Horses. Jackets and Jennets for sale. Kentucky. Essentials For the Suceosiful Culture of Tills Prof.tab'e Crop. "During tin1 life of nn a; uraguslie, each plant should jleid n ilmbr in it turns," mi M I It Norton. hmI.Iii foto a fanners ws uudfcmt' at I ncll university Mr Norl ulut Is (specialist on trim, crops of the t ultcd . States department of ,:uvt-tlfollowing essentials for siim-ssru- l asparagus growing Land should drained, level, sand) loam Unit docs not dry out In suuiiuci mid near to markets Maiinri' fertilizer, green niaiitiro and lime rciiilit-i.iciitshould all I ' attended to tiefoiu 1a ti t lug asparagus beds. Names of valid Irs. iicrniiltng to Mr 'Norton, often niian nothing. Choose plant!) from stock tliat has n gisl ioc-or- d at n producer; ."elect from a near-lHeld If and lie sure of your stock llrst. !ruw enough rtsits so jou time!) at many plant nn will have ten you will wa.it for selecting tin- - one year roots for planting in the Held. "I d never plant roots," sa.vs Mr. Norton, "and do not believe In l starting tho seed In Its perinanent plnre. Hoot selection Is a most luipor-- ( tant factor In getting a good lcd." in early spring. Start the seed rows fichu en inches apart, seed ten to the foot, one im-- deep, give tie. uie sunn hum lumi .iiiou. iu i ' hectics away use arsenate of lead or chickens, l'low out the roots In spring and plant ahotit the time of the Inst frost. After careful selection of roots plant In rows four feet apart, plants tlftecu to eighteen .luetics npnrt In the row. coer three Inches deep nt llrst. The trenches are made deep iiioiigli to leave tho crowns eight or nine Inches lolow tho level. no Intercropping system, hut plant n cover crop (hairy vetch or crimson cloven tho llrst two winters With rust resist-luasparagus the lops are left on In tho fall ami liktil In tho next spring, thus saving a great deal of liilxir mid plant food. I'crtlllzo with manure In Into winter, ten tons or more to the ncre, or with chemical fertilizers. 3tKi pounds of nitrate of visla. Mn) isiunds of iicld phophatc. ::ip) )iitids of murlato of soda, applied before end of cutting season or before growth starts on joiiug beds. Purina Chicken nnd Purina Chick Fecil lilttHt.n rv ,fr .' cr ae I lean lntat f i: in it t' mnti dcJ.c lent in - .j 1 f d with i' ' uC ICB I t dm. dit.w'cl we puatitce Chowder 01 v'Jts .t..!iu ,.:.i.t l'urii iC!i!cL"i Chowder p.-- bon . 0I aaft I (sire of Adurtist JSircd bv Adht Klectioneer'J.I.'l (sire of IM.) Ham ".Mantu.i Maker", (dam of II), by Itrd Wllkm (sire of l";i) lie bv (leorge Wilkes (sire of Ml). In oir.'iing Willouilale lor public service bis superior as an individual nnd He is absolutely In brei ding has never bt'foii' been oirered In this section. sound, n Mst race horse, a rhainplon show horn, liming been shown 'J7 times, Mis winning -- 5 lilue nliboiu. He is n gieat hrcoiler and a lire foal getter. colts are good looking Individuals with peed, stilt- - and ilurnbilit). He will make the season of I'.IIT at mv stalile. six miles from Lancaster, three miles from I try 1111 1 s v lilt, near the Lexington pike on the Itoiit bint' below the i'otk church, nt r J:IB, (sire of ltd), he bv $20. to Insure a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt Until Season is Paid. Double Dc7clcprcent or Money Back Ix ttrcls nt Itu lllr. In chi trrboaril baci voir. Q uhiufSSifunmiil Star Route. Robert R. Fox, Ilecord a:L".tJ. Trial i! Ccrlne the fine Lancaster, Ky. cltltt Hruinrnruirurrl BLEUCHER llf.46158. KENTUKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE. Winner of Komi Class mid Hrefilhit Class nt KinttiLky St.no Fair 1010 I I For Sale hy All Dealers. AIT. HKHUON II. Ik J to in wiiriii hfiK.s is;s. ld t'o Ilj t,rs.HtWi 3 ".'k I.t tf n't. 1 l.'lc , li.n.ii Ullkr. i I. Mr. Thos. Hicks sold bis wool to Mr, siii. ill J in J up. tir t itr nt V. A. Lear at fide per Hi. tllkf i llnr.li t tht ri.ji' Jul',. t.ttMi SI t tn',. Hy Slt.llimulr " 1 ll. in til l.al. Wain Hi llt 1 llrllr I , Mrs. W. S. Howling is VMting her sllirf Hltliff it hl( MoHtttro -- lit III i tr.ll. tl.siot llrnnpr el sister Mrs. Wilson llond ill Jackson Co. ll. LIT. mil el isi i n;i. sn.fr sltlrr in sllttl HtL I S. U'lllr. l I a, I Vt rlr .!.' H'. Mrs. Marv Sillaman was the guest MliH MS llrllr t'U .11.. I ..1. ' 'f l II. II Sllrnl t Jrlnty rl.y of her cousin Mrs M. L. Montgomery l l.f llfo... J " , H, Il.ttT 1. ami I. III. I I. r HIS Satunlay and iMinday. llast ill Sllml Hnk it.m nt I l', i is',. Iiistillri'lat i Tinning. Uoofmg. 2 Cuttenrg and ric I'lumlimg. Mieni liriHik t;i,l,y, imi.j aire of Hilly llurk 2:0:11. Meadow llrook H.ls'.J Live and let lonn llros. :01iL Knnnn llrtsik "iKH. I.nd folks. ! shawtiay J:0J. .nrrme 'J:tiif, lietly Hnnik Hngade (L'l i.lnj. Margaret ItHthgate Mr. and Mrs. Harns.m Dean are ,.n. ",'l""",,k - lu' lluu, r "r,M,k - u,l' ' ;,fl"l!'n or l.hatty Direct (I) L':07j. etc. His ilmn. Jenny flay, tertaitung n bah girl at their home. ' 1 " :1 Ua l""oductsl Heddie Clay J:2o. nnd was grandam of I'rue II she arrived on the Lth. 111st. Mc,lk" L',,r'7, "r" "f K''r''"" -'- ","'S (wi"n,'r Kentucky Kuturitv.) Iltenda Vork Mr Allen IMelin of Ituririn bouebl ,:" M- - ,Ku,,lr"' -- ",f" 2:1. -- ' Futurity winner) ,f of Mr KC M . go ne , o "I"".' "'i".""r.k. ' "lis'") a Msti. llnsik I l.wtir.l :iss .. Kami Si""? llrlllirntik f ) sirp (it t in., ..... . lulu i 0.0, . Iirldiiliiihi Isvi Mhl I r " xnii. Mi. 1 l? irr in w, Usui. Ill s ..... ...I. -- I llrtal ii',. Ii.it Vl'xi',..irwin. jt cur liriMt.1 insri- ll.ttt t ti., n', sitf ' Nur immI i..im. oi' llrllr , m Hrsi.lmn3 turst llrno.l Marr If, !:' !!,. is. 1i.'i, S.ii.t he " lev D. . place. .Sunday mormng and evening. Mr. Joe Aldridge of Coy bought ot Mr. Allen Sherrow of Hourtie a farm of about HO acres, price $2(KJ Mr. and Mrs Herod Kama are reciev-- 1 ing congratulatioiis over the arrival of a bab girl on the ICth christliied Alice Kuth. t.llfdh,, appointment at this Sebss.au. of (.ts.rget.wn REX McD. 6597 4til.ts, record 2 ;?. trial mile 2.1 IJ. half in I CO. last nuurtrr in seal brim n horse, iind will weigh lllkl smnds. He greatly rest inb,es his gotsl sire Silent HriKik and is out uf Clayo. bv the great Futurity 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 adv.cr to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Hleucher 11 just the type to produce the colts tiiat will sun. n')' 'n demand. His colts luivi- - proven tine, with nice head and neck ami plrnlv of bone nnd contormatioii. o. ... "f ,S"7 mV UU' Is a handsoint. slrl '''c'' Hleucher verMlk It) Mochctt r dams of The Martha Tipton (I) - ''" '" .:! Susie N. CI) (Futurity winner.) Cmnoko a.tli. Mobrl .IOJ. Momaster J.I 1, S.l.ko (3) -- ll, ,Ku,ur,lV wmnt-r- ) etc. Harvester 'J.OI (champion trotting sta n.) V.to (I) JjWI. IMr.'j. OWed (II) 2:I3. etc. Ilrotber to Humps 2JUJ. Huron Uiic.K " $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. aaWSaH 95. W. B. BURTON, $20.00 Insure HIGH PRE.5T0N $10. 6846 JACKO TELL 62408 21, oooooooooooooooooc 21UBY GLOSS FurmiturH T Jlisli ti' u v i U.I C. Morgan 4665 -j $15.00 Insure. MAJOR C. JR. Vot'ii l t fn'it I.' :' (,- ci- -l tlU I, ' l c - I'll Guaranteed monry will bv mfuudlal. a brt .liter (Jo. lu ir tl, n iwi uie ca- lcr to use. Ha-dcn- Irnl, tlry. . i Ii -, SI-- uices. and cum ti all brlirh. ll r IT'S loiumruji'iop dpi' roit fmioiis csn CctLrOL i fjt y ('. Morgan is u black .luck, with white points, t,- hands high, coining seven jears old it lu has pioven himself it gooil bleeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan, Jr., 3705, was ttircd bv John Morgan, lie by and Is out uf an imtiurted Jen. I!!! V,.. , ,. " J,- r- "1 of J,'mu'1 h he by llr.l prince, he by Imp l'rinco. 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by r I, I) x fa "TV J" Mlu,,,. N. W. ROGERS. tire sulUfuc-tlo- n or your To glvti cn A lien retained on all colts for service, but not responsible should any occur. Care taken to prev ent accidents, J. F. Holtzclaw Gc Son. J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ky. I The Central Record, Thursday, May 24, 1917. We aro prepared to repair nil kinds of Hinders and Mowers. We carry n large stock of repairs, have your work ERN MEDICINE, INVITES Conn llros, none before the rush. Live and let live folks, vou to ask any of Its users (past or l!ev Miilinn will go to Harlan where present) regarding the re9iilts"AIM.O" he will preach for that congregation HAS PIlODtlCKD und IS PltODUC-INI- ! Mr. Mahan lias n very next Sunday for them in the treatment of tender regard for this church which he rheumatism, stomach, kidney, liver, organized and assisted in building the bowel mill MimxI troubles. church house in his early ministry. MARKSbUICY This is not an KMITY CIIALLKNGi: Mesdainen II. K. Swope and J. II Cilice at Itoinry a Livery Stable. Luther HiirdMti- - sold h calf for $21. Kemper entertained ut dinuer Sunday Kentucky but uCOMTItOCTIVK SUGGESTION. Lancaster. in honor of Mrs. Swope's anniversary "ARLO" BRINGS HEALTH. K. T. and Kugene Sutton have been Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Woods and little Altl.O in sold exclusively in I. minis- tpiite sick with measles. son, J. C. of Lexington, were present Mr. Will Smith of Crab Orchard is to enjoy the good dinner prepared for ter by Stnrmcs Drug Store. visiting his daughter. Mrs. Higgins. H. K. Denny and W. A. the occasion. MANSE. Tinning, moling, guttering, plumbing. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Conn llros. Live and let live folks. A GOOD FRIEND. Mr. W. V, West was in Lancaster Office -- Ntnunrd HiilMliiguTri Hurt Atirtci Miss Alice Sutton who has been sick Saturday. voii'i iirntttiT Htore. A good friend stands by nu when in Mrs. Harrison Mays was in Walleston with measles is able to attend school I. ANCASTKIC, KENTUCKY. need. Lancaster people tell how Donn's this week. Snturday. Kidney 1'ills have stood the test. Mr. Mr and Mrs. .Iras Dozier spent Stir-da- y Itev. Sebastian of Georgetown will Zanone endorsed Moan's nearly five preach Ml the Fork church next Sun- years ago anil in Lexington. again eontirmsthe story. Mr. rind Airs. A. T. Howling visited day Ht the usual hour. Could you ask for mote convincing friends In Itichmond Sunibiy. Miss OIh Doolin and Itaytnond Doolin testimony? Mr. T. It. Slavin purchased a hand. have been spending several days visit- W. M. Zanone. Crab Orchard St., fur Men iiiul Hoys ing relatives of Somersit. llesl liy lest some bulik ear the past urrk. Lnncaster, says; "My kidneys were Kvery pnir Uuiiriinteeil Mr and Mrs. John Huberts spent Mrs. Lynn Clark and children spent irregular in action and the kidney seI had Sunday with bis son Mr. Jim Huberts. the week-en- d with her father. Mr. cretions contained sediment. pains through my ba?k and sides and Tinning, Itoofing. Guttering mil j Jas. Smith of Danville pike. when stooped, I could hardly straightPlumbing, Mrsv.ll. K. Swope went to Danville en. I ueil Doan's Knlnev l'ills and Conn llros. .,,, ,,, . i.i.i- - mm lei live units. ,lra, f ,,, they completely relieved me of all the Mr. and Mrs. Conn and children spent who sustained injuries from falling off (Statement given l'ebruary trouble. Mondav with Ins sister Mrs. W. 1'. n roof. fi. 1'JlL'). Audi. son. Huckwheat is a profitable crop; sow On November 17. IDIil, Mr. Zanone FUNERAL DIRECTOR jviv neans. cow ieas. millet, reil top, huckwhat after wheat. High grade raid: "I gladly confirm all 1 said in my tuber and orange cane seed for sale. seed buckwheat for sale. Olllce Over National Hunk, Hudson, former endorsement of Doan's Kidney Hughes & Farnau. Itfnulfticr I'hone 3. Office I'hone Ti Hudson, Hughes & I'nrnau. l'ills. 1 have very little trouble with Mr. and Mrs Lewis Anderson was The Ladies Working Society I.ANCASTKIt. KY. will m kidneys now. but when 1 do, I can the week enJ guest of his mother Mts. give a two eoiire slipper on the even- - depend on Doan's Kidney l'ills, they W. 1' Anderson. ing of June Unci at Mason. Kvery body always relieve me. " Koster-.Milbui- n Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Murshhnnks and invited. oOc. at all dealers. Adults :(.",c. children 1J and II. V. cluldien spent Sunday with .Mr and under 20 cts. Co., Mfgrs, lluffalo, N Y. cards. ARLO, THE MARVEL OF MOD- Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Mrs C. Lewis of llerca. Wo are tireparnl to repair all kinds of Hinders and Mowers, we carry a large stock of repairs, have your wnrK done before the rush, Conn llros, l.iv and let live folks. Mr. and Mrs. Devere, Mrs. S.C. Itol-to- n and children spent Sunday with Mr. ntid Mrs. II. I'. Conn. 1 A MENTAL MYSTERY By NOTICE. In The District Court of the United States. For The Eastern District ol Kentucky. In Bankruptcy. ALAN HINSDALE j WWi The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes G. C. COX, Manse,Ky ,,, J. A. Beazlev John Casey, J. Veterinary Surgeon. (irailnnte DANVILLi:. l-- 'iiuiniuiti College Vcterimiry KENTUCKY Join The Crowds From All Over The County At i. J. PATRICK, Kuntuckv Paint. Lick, Lancaster, Ky., Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. June 20th to 25th John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary Surgeon. Calls answered promptly ilav r niglit I'lione :io:i Kentucky. Laiuaster. REDPATH CHADTAUQDA Biggest Event Of The Year WW THE WHITE HUSSARS IN TWO GRAND CONCERTS J.E. EDWARDS. Phone 365-BUCKEYE, KY. SAFETY-SERVICE M.D In the matter of (i II. liuble Hank- On this l!7th day of April A D.. IU17. on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, died on the '..'7th day of May, A. D.. 1911!, It is ordered by the court that a hearing he had UH)n the same on the 12th day of June A. I)., 1117. before said 'court at Covington In said district at 10 o'clock, in the fore-nooor as near ,lert,t0 prnctlcablc. and that notice thereof be published one time in the Central Uecricl. a newspaper printed In lsaia 'mtnet, nnd all known creditors other persons in interest may ap-' pear at said time anil place and show cause, if any ihev have, why the praver of said petitioner should not be granted. WITNESS the Honorable A. M. J. Ccl.ra... Judge of said Court, and the d.s-tlo- n that my pictures attracted the atlen- - fl'.al ,ht'riof' u.1 ,'' '""kfort in said ,la' cf Anril A- u" ,ht" of my frienils. Nothing Mould do J w- - Menzies, Clerk. but that I must bo e.lucale.l for an Chas. N. Winrd. D. C. artlt. Hut I here was no means for the purpose. A .Miiii.ger sister of mine had lieei. left a mikiII legacy by her grandMy sister Lleanor was her mother. name Insisted on ilctotlug this money to my education. I declined to aisn pt it at llrsi, liut hhe Inslsled that I would be a successful artist, my pictures would ell at g.ssl prices, and I could her. Thus encouraged, I eon CAItltAltD CIUCUIT COUKT. and entered an art sch.sil. fiifortunalely ray (slncatlou t.s.k i, .u . "erKeie, I'laintiir, from me the ability I hail shown in )'lurJ I S. 'iiiy- iw lllli,ll- - ll fr..l. I .t........ ium. .....i.ii, Hen Crahum and SnraCraham, Pelts, yuinsl for work that would iss the 1'ursuant to a judgment rendered rrltUfi was obiioybius to me. ccr- tbclcs.1, I iprseiernl and mastered It. herein at the March Term, 1M7, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at Hut I never regained the ability I bad possesMsI tu hit on something that In- public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky. at 11 o'clock a. dicated genius. m., or thereabouts on I spent scleral .icars after being MONDAY. MAY 1317, gradualist at the ait school painting pictures, which were no better than it being the first day of the Garrard hundreds t other artists muld paint. County Court Term, the real estate I legrelleil that I had accepted my sis- - mentioned in the pleadings and describtcr's loan, for 1 was scnrccl) able to ed us follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, make enotigli money to liwp tiedy ninl the town of liryantsville and soul toiretber. to say nothing of paying also the other land of Hen Graham and w ha' I had borroweil. beginning at a stone, corner to Jenkins, One winter I luo'.e donn In health j Folger and the Sth tract; thence with and In Hie spring was told I nr.isl 5th tract N 1J K 7.7 chains to a fence bale change of and air to build icst corner to Graham's other land N up mi stienutli. in my weakened con hS W 00 chains to u stone fence, corner illtlon my debt lo mj sister go' on my to Halcoinb; thence his line S 13J W mind, nu.l I iniil.l not act It ofT. i:iru - 0 chains to u stake corner to nor liegged uie to stop worrying about Haseldcn and Ford: ther.ce S 4J W 'J.90 chains to a stake, corner to Iord and I was sent It. but wlthoir success. in line to C. M. Jenkins S ti E 10.11! off to he seashore and lodged In clmins to the beginmrg, containing lislicnnnii's cottage. 7!) 100 acres. One mornlug I was sitting on the The purpose of said sale is to satisfy porch of the cottase looking out on the the debt of the plaintiir herein against ocean. The sun was glinting the blue the defendants it the sum of JtMO.OO wales which were rollln In and break- - with interest thereon at the rate of sit ing on the heath. s:Illt, u,(.rini., per cent per annum from February 24, were getting out their boat, gulls were ' 1U17, until paid, and the cost of this 11 Ing hither and thither oicrhcad. one action estimattd at $M. occasionally darting down to pounce i TKKMS. upon a llsli. I was seized with a tie This sale will be made on n credit of ' sire natural to an artist-t- o portray six und twelve months and the pur-th- ls chaser will be required to execute scene. I had not Ikcii permitted to bring ' bonds with approved security for the mi artists tools witii me. so 1 could purchase price, due in six and twelve lespectnely, bearing ti per not tlo as I wished. As 1 sat In niv month 'ntercst per annum from date un- comfortable wicker chair, fanned bv a . . hi I'tiiu. iiuviiil; iiu inrit aru licet oi i balmy sea breeze ... ..,,.', ...,,vi. IIIUJ an Imaginary cam as, laying donn on issue, payable to W. 11. LVdUtlbll MasUrown, It the lien before me. The picture ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cirgrew In my mind n plainly as If 1 cuit Court and u lien will be teserved were really putting it on cam as. I upon the property sold until all the worked Mlthnut effort or ut least purchase money is paid. seemed to tlo so-a- nd nils conscious of W. II. IlItOWN. M. C. G. C C. transferring the s, cue bcrore me exWm. Ilerndon. Att'y fcr 1'IIL actly as it was without the loss of any ("apt Am. Ilourne, Auctioneer. of lis subtle beauties. We lime Issmae uvsl to an electric neros station M'liV.ug forth Its it eotitlueiit or an iseoii without nn.i oilier iiKslluni than the atmosphere, but few of us are prei.irisl In ailinll th.it one hiunaii hralu Is capable of afliKHiiiK another human brain wilhoiit an oth er Incilluiil than that ut the wlielisi telegraph. NeerUieIes, I here instances or sU' li oiilliiiuilonli.il I believe that there s a iiienlal fur'e plt.til ltl.tillv llit tint let etoln ltn.,1 carries these messages, ami I urn going to give the reason why I have airhisl this conclusion. I am an artUt. I'rom a chld 1 hue iibsorlnsl In tho beauties of ua- lure an., ine.r iransmissmn to an- .., . cm... . hi . ...it i.r n. . rupt. icr COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. rei j..... SATISFACTION The bitf 3 combination when Insured 5-1- in The D. A. Agency Thomas. Also 0 THE MARVELOUS TORPEDO WITH EARS S 20 Year Farm Loans. The Great Reno CIRCUS DAY IN FAIRYLAND IN MAGIC, MYSTERY ILLUSIONS. AND Lieutenant Donald McGibney KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN From The French Front. 5167 Including Directed Local Kiddies In Special Costumes, By Expert 'Children's Worker. lly Clu stir IVuvinc .'(ISI liy Ilex Pea-vin- o l"W by Itex McDonald. First ilum Horn Carter Mill by Itcd Squirrel isl h v Jllack Squirrel. I ilmi't fUppose I hero is u better bred horse in Kentucky lliun Kentucky ( !i ntlcmiiii. He litis ht't'ii oik' ofj tho most successful horses in the show ring that this county has produced in years. Ho is just tin- - tight size for a saddle horse anil his lirst cults winch lire four years old now are showing the saddle j;aitH nicely, Tlie Autu bus iut Hie li;lil driving horso dut of business to n certain i liul you ilon't Iihvo any troubls in solliiiK n Baddlo home, I m going to offer tho services of this great horse ut the extremely low price of $ir to insure. 1 urn giving for $15 what most men would You charge $- -5 to $10 for. Do you appreciate it? If bo semi your best mares to the court of Ken lucky Gentleman and let him get you u nice colt. Wrestling Gyroscope and The Mono-Ra- il car. Plays. Parish Players in Three One-A- ct Popular and Inspiring Lectures. Other Notable Attractions. Adults Ticket $2.00 IF nOUC.HT HKFORK TIIK OPKNINH DAY. Children's Tickets $1.00 NOW ON SALE. You Can't Afford To Miss This Rare Treat. See Detailed Program For Hours and Other Information. J. NEVIN CARTER Stanford, Ky. Xeveithelcss there must hale U'cn a Fig Tree Common. severe mental effort, foi as soon as 1 The tig tree is loiumoii In Paleshad UuMied my Imaginary or menial tine. .Mount (llliet was famous for Its work 1 lost consciousness (l IIa in,.e, liothiui: till hue In the afternoon, when lig trees Pi nuclciit times, and they lire I found my s, If hi UsI. still found there. "To sit under one's It was some lime bcfoie I gained null vine and one's mvn tig tree" was sufficient strength to go home. When mi expression among the Jews to de1 icturued my sisier told me that there note peace ami prosperity. was no fmthrr necessity for me to worry alsmt my debt to her, for It bad been paid. I asl,cd her who had paid HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. It, and she said that 1 had paid l! my self. I'm I hit- than that she would This Agreement Witnesseth; That glie tin- no luroriiuiiloii uiuii I had in order to protect the game on our fully ns-ii- t cictl. tine day after I had got slrm.-c-r 1 lands for it period of three years we went uiihcLiiowu to any one. lo a loom bind ourselves nut to hunt thereon, nor at home that 1 had tiscd for u studio ' permit anybody else to do so. anil we There was a del, in It, ami. mollis to further agree to prosecute with dili-thdesk without any dclliiltc object. I ii nersnns who violate the irame noticed a pbjcouhole that had been laws or KentucKy or trespass upon our empty nas iuhv full of papers. I tm.!. lands for the purpose of hunting. And thcui out and found they were Uttcis i during my III we further agree to act na Deputy that had Game Wardens for the purpose of carnoss. 1 ocucd "lie ninl read It. It wa from a dealer in pe turcs asking me If rying out this agreement. F.xctpt each 1 bad any ot my imrk for sale I It of us have the right tu kill rabbits on bail a 'Kiisinut demand for It u our Turms or permit it to be done by I opened iinclher and another another under our supervision, or the They ucle .,11 for my pillules supervision of some responsible and While I was thus engaged my slstci tellable person selec'ed by us. lame in. She seemid much put out This November 15th, 1915. that I had imui upon the letters. Hut the evpiaiintion must lion conic nut. lit. L. F.lkin, J. K. llobinson, und sin .' 1 it to inc. W. II. Drown, Jno. M. Furra, - while I line iiiiniii,tins at the sea- W. II. Ilurton. Alex Wulker, shuic sin had come Into my studio und Haselden Hros.. T. A. F.lkin. sotueihlni:, she kueii not it bat. bad F. M. Tinder. II. Daiton. promplcd her to sit ilotiu before nil J. Logan Hubble, easel, take uiy Implements and begin John II. Smith, G. M. Deshou. lo skeb li. She hud no ablllly ubateirl '.I. N, Itoss. H. II. Cox, as an ill list ii in I was astonished to see Fisher Herring, J, W, SiveemM, a marine view grow on the cam us Hughes llros, yeierlhclesK. uben she luul llulsbe.l Withers llros. W. M, Mahan, she had no Idea that she bad piisluctil i William, Marcus and Jim White. I uiarielniis ph. lute H. F. Wilmot, J. D. I'ope. Tier prtsliit'tloii was udiulrcil. auj, atMrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, tachlug my namu l i It, she look it to a W. It. Cook, J, V. Klmore, dealer, who sold It for went C. Kankin, Huirman llros, to see the painting, ninl what was my T. Win. G. Anderson. amazement lo sou that It was tho scene 5am Cotton, W. II. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. I had mentally painted while ot tb Jno. M. White, Hibernian's cottage. I had palmed It It. B. Henry. Bright Herring, with tho freehand excellence of toy A. D. Ilradshaw, youth, ant) yet It was a finished Scott Huffman It. L. Darker. Win. and Lizzie Onstott. ..,. .s. The Central Record. Thursday, May 24, 1917. THIRTY STARTERS CERTAIN Classiest Field Coming Here Chautauqua Week .'Vr : IN ME j iffffNOTICEf In accordance with the proclamation of tlic Year in Cincinnati Speedway Contest " t issued by Stars Now To This 3ectlon To Face Flag in Memorial Day Evert. Cincinnati In preparing for the groat-rucrowd tliat ever gathered there In connection with thi,runnliiR of the . Second Annual Inti rnatloiul Itoce at the Cincinnati Spued wa mi Dei oration Hay. May 3" While thi' chief event at Mo ilny til lie the 25 .lore will lie olhct, ant. feature, to keep I'm Interest ut the from earl:, munilnc until . Hpor tslor au'utuwtt Tin' uj.i'- - 13 uttrai linn will "Afrl.r llattle. ' staged by Uuth Law, K.i'hoiino Silicon. Maxtor Sweep-stall':v 1 Ad-n- 11 Vmm-WK- lit w Bllflm, feHlf5Ba. .President Wilson, all male citizens, between the ages of 21 and 30, both inclusive, are notified to report at I their regular voting precincts on j ; Tuesday, June 5th, 1917, and wotM' KI'.lv UrocU, gnutcst fivers thero will be tlnoo four of tho Fallowing this rcccs for nou- - PROFESSOR MONTRAVILLE WOOD DEMONSTRATING A MONORAIL CAR. 1 I WD lime nil heanl of the mono- proiirum here Professor Montnivlllc upon n single lre track. This In hut rail rar. mil tun v look for- Wont. Inventor uihI eleiitlt. will give one of tunny of Mr. Vooil highly toreHthigdcmouMratliuis ilomonstr.-itlnof the inoiiornllS-nof what Is ward li. In- - time when It will iy .ending i smalt inislol f 1:11110 out lug on In 111" field of sclenlltio Achieve be In general n.o everywhere During forthcoming Hcdpath Chautauqua In tniilalr above the nl!os of the tentimeiit throughout the world. ' the 11 r g-- between the hours of 7 a. m., and 9 p. ra., for the pw- iposc of registering for selective conscription. Failure to conform to the above order, will be punishable by imprisonment. ( G. Wrestling With the Gyroscope Lcuis Fontaine Driving a Mercedes Car ( T. BALLARD, JR. professional drivers, two of the events belnK over n tourse of 'M miles cat h. ami tho third for a distance of 30 n.ilos Another aviation exhibition w II follow tlieje rarei after which tho main event of the day will be started. lietrlmlng promptly at 2.30 o'clock Starters In the ih.implonshlp rare who have already registered are: Italph Ie Talma. I'aiUard: Harney III. Dc Lagc; Hilly Tayli'. Newman-itz; Karl Cooper. Stutz: IMdle Kc'illo Detroit Srcrlal; I5ue5enbcrK? Lquls l'ontalne. Mercedes: S. OstewlK. Ostewl? Special; Omar Toft, Omar; Andy Hart, i;rho3 Special; Ralph Mulford, Hudson; Ira Vail, Hudson; Hilly Chandler, Hudion;Tete Henderson, Mercer: Joe Thomas, Mercer: Walter Haines. Mercer; Jack Le Cain. Do Lace; Julos Da Vlcne. f) I.ae; Mel. Strlnccr. M K. I. Louis Chevrolet. Frontenae: Dave I.(.vls, HosklnB: C M Euan. Crawford; "Doc" McCord. Crawford: John Aitken. Peuscot: Gcorce Huzanc, and others. Old-II.Dues-unlicr- r lIH Sherif . i I i 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - OF - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. (Sum-Mor- to Hughes & Swuiebroadl LANCASTER, - OF - - KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN -- "THE LA NO OR SXPERIENCE AND iNOVV EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Our recoids for the past eight nars show ssles of more than ID.f CO arrrs of land, besides a Inrge atneunt of town and city pmperty and storks of ascr-- I chaudise, amounting tn more than tl,.kAClU (10 and this business wus dnnr to with Thomas A. Kd- I the entire satisfaction of more than MH) clients and customers and the) ar mj demonstiuten the application of the coely one point In the lecture of Motitruillle Wih1, gyniM'on' to the aeroplane uiid lunno-ra- Isou and In yj0 was iippolntisl dl. references for "fair dealing." seuillug suinll mod-e- trlct engineer for the lillvm inuipany ear by who Is to p war on the third From my experience ij) the busuuss 1 know how, when, whrru and what lie Is the , j of fliese tweiitlelb ti'iitury carrier! for the I'ucllle eeat. nl'lit of the lieilpnth ('hautiiuiiia here. tili-i- s audiswitch to advertise. In iiililnlr on a Kleinler u Ire ventorof the two button out Mr. Wood allows member of the To the one who has properly to sell farm lands, city property, lUclliugi atiiiw ..lie of the ulsles of the audi- and nearly a tiuiidnsl other practical ence to come tu the platform and wresof the ul- and familiar devices. A few jfiirs ago lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate iruMisitiuti, I solcit with a twenty right pound gyro- torium. Ills tle lie was honored with in appointment 'your business, believing can handle it to your entire satisfaction. scope running nt a speed of nearly traviolet raj ale alike inancloiH. .Mr WoAl was (as aerial jHistinasler In (Jhlcuso. i reuilutlous u minute. 3,1 In the earlj ibij Later be I now have mi lined a List vour farm or other prop, rty with me now. long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your prop-- i erty may be just what um looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit jour patronage as I know values canned. Mason jnrs only will be ued FOR SALE: 10 bu. cultivated hemp CONSERVATION OF FOOD. I and these will be supplied at cost. A seed. and know that when jou close a deal through me you will get "value receund" G. M. Green, Lancaster Route 1. for your money. of If the campaign for increased pro- small sur, sullicient to pay the I haw on hsnd for sale nt nil times a Large Number uf Farms. Duellings labor will be charged and "toll" duction which bus been waged in Gar- the llarred Plymouth Hock eggs, 60c per City l'roperty not in the advertis id list, as my list of property is ronstaaMy will be taken from thnio unable tn pay rard county and thruout the United readily be seen that some settingjof 15. Mrs. 1'orter Rich. I'hone changing, by sales, expirations renewal,, listing new properties and som of StateB be.irs fruit there is jjrave dan- j cash. It can IWJ-my best properties are not advertised at the request of the owners. large quantities of vegetable organized eirort to preserve the perish-- I cer that of Garrard County, write mo and I will tell jou able food products of Garrard county If you are a will uo to waste this su.niner, because llarred I'lymoth Rock egg, 7"ic per all about our County, '.its fir till- soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, must be taken if Garrard is to retain 'of lack of proper facilities for ciinninji her Hition as one ot the Inu and or- setting of lSJor . settings for $1.25. schools ami churches, of I.ancioter and Its business, its people and its growth. them. A plan of campaiii sboulil be Mrs J. K. Andersun ' The following Is just a few of the properties hale un hand for isle naw. ganized counties who are taking an mappeil out and some provitlon should active mid est in the great struggle FARMS. . be made now tu prevent tnis. FOR SALK: Pure Itred lUrred Rock we are now in. A farm of H0 acres, parti) rolling land, good Itnpiovements, on pikewith j HU1 .1. CO cents. I'hone eggs, 15 for First of all it should be seen to that Much Interest attaches to the Aerial Tom Ray. about lWi.acrei of ctilf m il grazing land thrown in, ltattle v.hah will be ono of tho special the supply of cns and p,lu?.i jars in the A fertilejfniio of 1M acres with splendid improvements, land lies well hands of the merchants is adequate to features in connection with the For Stile- Three year old black jack, on pike, COLUMN! with white) points; also two Angus bull and is A small farm of acres, with 5 room house, good orchard, well located, International Sweepstakes Kara supply Kreatly increased demands, The at the Cincinnati Speedway on Deco- supply of tin cans Is ery fchott mid A. I). Hrndshaw. calves. on pike, close to school and churches, or 10 acres with large bam iiiljnii.ing ran ration Day. May 30 Ono of tho four any merchant in the county who conrtyirs who will take part In this thrill- templates ordering cans should make For Sale Cheap; Family mare. Hi j be added, making IS3 acres. Possession at once. $4 ing spectacle Is Katherlno Stlnson, out duplicate orders. acres, ;ij miles (mm town, on pike, new 7 room dwell, A small farm of liands.geutle for ihildren. G.A.IIowlii g Ope of Ibcdt. t ful ll.u I spued IhMUIV l.il. who has Just returned from China and ing and new bain, good laud lies tveil. manufactun of our oiriuiT ill..i:riler. slel l. for Japan, where she was hailed as the orders shouhl be sent to the filly, FOR SALK; Nice two year old tloni,- - on ne h ill oi A farm of CJl acres, on pike ilj miles frt in town, laud rolling, very fertile, greatest aeroplane star the Orient ever turer of tin cans the other turned over turn, .hi Hid .toi'k. giioit liirinto nffunl to ndier- - by liurtons horse and out of u mare by us mostly in grass, huge tobacco barn I room house. lias peon Other flyers who will take to your County Agricultural Agent tin. No not!! hi: av tour old I'reston. urr R. K. Henry. part In tlm "llattle" are Ituth Law who wil 0. K. your order and 3em' " illni-a- . unit all) l.ii only in vn U. in.nl (lie A farm of HIJ acres, extra tobacco and hemp land, lolling, 2 large barns, KLftKli, frviutcliaiie hamplon woman aviator of the world to the Department of Agriculture at For Sale- - A good tobacco setter, splendid dwelling, land well fencid ui.d well wiitettd tiuaiit ln.ute and other Washington. Hauler Vlains. regarded as Atnerlia-The Department will only been used to set about iltl ucrea of out building f? tljer. a" take up the matter of tilling the order most hensatlonal niaU FOH SALIC: Nituood ewes and eleven tobucco und is teadv to hitch to, now. A farm of "JSJ acres of rich liiud. part level and part rolling, line dwelling 'Uily' llrock, Ohio's farltn alrm with the manufacturer of cans. Unless lumbs. Itoute 1. S. Morgai; of B rooms, halls, cellar etc. 2 acre orchaid. L'J miles from town en pike. Joe Cliscillis. Tiis .' tlin .ib'ivo plcturo Mis:- Stlnson the mutter is taken up in this way it is one u bargain. 'ill Oeneral Nagaoka, of t :en probable no attention will be paid to an Japxr.eu Army, and bis grandson. mile from town, good dwelling and, fiti acres of very lerlilu land on pike order by u manufacturer of cans, it line oirhutd nnd lint latul priced right. large barn and other is also probablu that such Great Riches. A faun of 128 acres, I miles from town, uif pike, hud jartly rolling products as purk and beuus, sweet These tire riches: A woman proud to Diaw A splendid impiovemcnts. call ) oil on; n imiti proud to cull you potati es, etc, will not be put up in brotlicr; n girl prouil to cull joti cans this year. A farm of 110 acrts of line lai d well unpiovid, tin pike nrreisible to maru child proud to cal1 you father; ket of three county seats land lies well, Housewives are urged to uso as many for (lie nioiir.y yumive iiml it few otherH tu call )oii friend. old containers as possible and tu purA small furiu of IS arres, cue. fourth mile fiein pike, with guod linprov-- I notoliow much more res, incuts. chase ut an early 'late all new containAncient Glass Specimen. CITY I'ROI'KUTV: ers needed. It is further urged that pectfully your creditors ie- Iu I lie Ilrltbsli museum Is u small housewives assist in lessoning the New intuerii dwelling of 8 rutins, 'J halls, cellar, bulb rooms, modern jjurd ytm. They liko to tlo lutilileil lion's beitil, believed to bo the shortage of cans by accepting go.xls in iinpiovenientii, furnuccheuUd,c!cctr!o lights-- water wciks, tmall lui.ilcrn barn oldest specimen of pure glass with businuss with a iiiun who fibre or paper instead of tin whenever and 4 acres of land. iiiiytlilug like u dute. It bears the A dwelling of l! rooms tifd out buildings und acres of land. name of uu I.'gjptlan iiioiiarcli of the there is no deterioration in the change. has an account at the In Madison County four good citizens t ie wnl h ily nasty. Another new mcik-ri- i dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. of Richmond have arranged tu rent a Trust Go. Garrard Bank A number of.other dwellings and building lots. store and will purchase ami install a For further particulars and prices Inquire of WanUd to Blow It Out. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better cunning outfit. When the canning seaA ut'cl corn cure wan tried by a They open buci an account even if your affairs are not large. they will employ u competfilri in Hnwurilen (Scotland) recent- son arrives will grow all right. ly. She w'us suspected of having ent woman to take charge and will inMAN. Molen a quautlty of high explosive, vite the people of llichtnond and sur& uii'I when on trlul explained that she rounding territory to send their vegeLancaster. Kentucky. took It tu cure u iru. tables and fruits to this store to be FLYER CONQUERED CHINA AND JAPAN SoSJ5i AT demon-"trntio- n asbiK-iate- -, il m In-- eltH-tri- ili'iui'ti-tiatloi- is 1 1 ( co-i- t I I - tw-i- I 1 e -- iFARMDirS I ffOOosio 111 . i - . 1 Check bus-bau- 1 i The Garrard Bank Trust Company SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE