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MANY urn tv NUMBER 9. grlEll OUR STOCK !- - QtC5 lltLU MASS MEETINGS nmin lAol iitrmir frS Injfllf fit, ;v!ri3rflllS? fifil U)$. '& Mftil a tfHSDffm Come In And Ss8 Us IS COMPLETE AND PRICES RIGHT, ON Screen Doors, Lawn Mowers, Screen Cloth, Lawn Swings, Porch Swings, tit mmii twtniiii IN 111! LIUKINli WrM MV nm blimmuQ nmmntiin Headquarters for SPEECHES MADE. LIBERTY LOAN BOND CHIEF ISSUE. Buggies AND .4 Refrigerators, Cream Freezers, Oil Stoves, Ice Chests, Hammocks, Garden Plows, Roof and Floor Paints. House, Our Stock 1$ Too Large To Name All Articles That We Carry. Conn " SUDDEN Brothers. -- LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. irir1 LJL love IE v3 ' 7 always a n d administrations, thoughtful r their welfare. It is only in the last year thill these children have JUDGE RICHARD ALLEN BURNSIDE. been scattered from the home nest, with two exceptions Ins oldest daughDies At Silver Creek This Morning. ter, Mrs William Lackey, who live in son, Joe, our presami this city, and oldest ki ovv when moons nlinll wa ent Circuit Court clerk. wane. His other children vim survive are i nu'i.e r ,rds afni shall rross Mrs. Ilertha Lamlrntn, o f Harlan, the sea. Ky.. Mrs llettie Walker Watson, of V n Autumn huei 'ml tinge the golHarUiurville. Kv.. Mrs MBry Mitcalf. den grain. Nahvilie, Kansas, Itichard Hurnside when to look of u Hut vh shall tearh of Nashville, Kansas, J. T Hurnside. () Ilelllll?" for thee. of Itenham. K. His oldest son, l.uis. Thin striking and mid truth ha. again died several jears ago. llcudes Ilia be nvited on the hearts of the coin-- Immeelate famny he is survived by two m .nity by the Hidden death t one of brothers, Messrs Joe and James Hurnour leading cltUetis. Judge It A. Hum-sid- side and one si.ter, Mrs Susan Ander- all of this county. The new that be had bull found The body will be brought to the home dead in lied at his Iwiarding house in ol Mrs William Lackey today, from Silver Creek this morning, came n a which place the burial will take place. distinct shock to his friends here tn the As we go to press no arrangements place of his nativity and where he was for til" funeral has been made, owing reared. It brought grief and sorrow to to the distance that many of the chilthe entire citizenship, for the passing" dren are from home. of a true, noble and sincere man in I these times is a calamity. Judge Hurnside was born here 70 ODD FELLOWS BUY BONDS . years ago and has bIwmvs been promi-nntly connected with the alfaira of At meeting of the I. 0. 0. F. lodge the county, for manj years serving aa last Monday night, by unanimous vote. County Judge and also holding govern-- , $20i) was ordered invested in the Liberty (! Loan Ilond. ment positions of trust in a most j rient way. most kindly and gentle i H posessed HOME BURNS disposition and to know linn was to Mrs. It. E. UovvUnd and children, lave him and it is seldom a community has been more generally overwhelmed who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solon Henry for the past by a death than It was in lui demise. Jll'tge Hurnside was here last week two weeks was called to Hirminghatn as was his usual cus- - last Monday, having r.ceived notice for the week-ento: and tho he had been III falling that their home bad burned. he.th for several years, no one thought t of the end being so near, as hi) met all BASTIN TELEPHONE of his friends in his usual genial, alfable e way. but without u rustle to warn LOSES. COMPANY of his going he stole away from earthly cares and imharked on his The Court of Appeals has ntllraieit journey into the (ireat lleyond at anj both cases of the Hastin Telephone Company vs. Mount and others. ear hour this murnirg. The first case was a suit brought by He became a member of the 1'resby- tcrr.n church at an early age mid was the Compaiiv to force the ( itv of Lannluiys known as a christian gentleman, caster to sell them u new frnuchlc. He was married to Miss Mary Lan- the other an injunction brought hi J. drail), daughter of the late (ten. W. J. IC. Mount and others against the coin-Lni dram, on November 7th, Ii7. she pauv which vveie asking for higher Judge Hardin decided both ens- having died several vears ago. leaving Irat-s- . hi:n eieht children, to whom he became es against the euniiiany and the Court both father and mother in his tend, r of Appeals has ail'inned both decisions, SUMMONS CALLS 1 -1 e J d . anv-onj v 1 Patriotic mass meetings have come what is naiii by many to have been the thick mill fast during the past week in best effort of his lite. During hi enLancaster and Garrard county to show- tire speech u pin dropped on the floor ing the wurlil that she has nwnkencil eould liave liecn heard anil many were to the war situation, ns the enormous brought to tears by hia patriotic and crowd that huve packed eacli meeting masterly oration. He was followed by Mr. II. F. Hud- will attest. Mr. II. F. Hudson and V. I'. Champ 1,on whu explained the workings of the i.oan lionus, which leature ot nn,l..,l il... lm,,lcr. l.tlwriv Loan meeting lit Lexington last Week and the meeting was also eagerly devoured heartily enthused with the by this large patriotic gathering. rami; Im-I1 Mr. W. II. Kogors, our county farm Liberty Loan lloml and at once net out of the work being B! to nee that Garrard county docs her agent, then spoke part in Moating the IIHI.Ikki loan allot- - done in the county and of the loyal support he was receiving from the A meeting was call ed tn this county. ed at the court house for last Friday I farmers of the county. Huns are now night and Mr. Hudson acting as chair on foot, ho said, to take care of the man, explained in detail the Moating of enormous quantity of perishable food this loan mid the part that is expected stulT that promises to be ruised in the His tall; was county this year. He plans for com of Garrard county. heartily applauded by those present munity canning outfits and he is assured and a number of speeches were made of a number of intluential citizens of beam g on this important subject, nil , the county supporting him in the work, llev. Caldwell, the local colored mfn oirenng their supiiort und services to 'o see that every patriotic citizen in the later was then called upon and in a country is given a chance to huv it bond. rousing good speech of ten minutes, There seems to be no doubt lh.it Cen- p! dged the hearty support ot his race tral and Eastern Kentumy w I do unit that their patriotism would never their .irt in the subscription tu the cease until the war was over and the l.ilx-rtI.oan. The word comes from autocracy of the Prussian empire crush Washington that Eastern Kentucky, in ed. His speech was heartily applauded, On motion the chairman anointed a which district (iarrard county is located, is expected to stibscilbe $7,(W.(KMI committee on resolutions, which comand of this allotment Garrntd count ' mittee retiied immediately and brought in the following resolutions which were share is JlUti.tXHJ. A union was held at the unanimously adopted: pi li i We have in our sample room Harness is j I H Houghton, Sidel, Phoenix,. ' Ahlbrand and Arnold Buggies. All new stock. Call and place your order, . ij, f Kentucky HASELDEN BROS. J Lancaster, - s RESOLUTIONS. School Auditorium last Sunday night, which also proved another bumper WHEKEAS, -- Tuesday. June 5, 11)17. meeting, in which many speech- has been designated as the day upon es were made, both by the laymen and which all male citizens between the I the preachers of the various churches ages of twenty-on- e and thirty jearsj of tin' lit j. Mr. H. K. Hudson also inclusive, should register for the select-- . ....... . acted as chairman of this meeting. ,,v .!...?, , u.u,. ,1. Willi..,, c. iii .1... ir;.n.i uinua ,U the National bank last Monuay U mw m jt re(,oUl.,, b morning, an organization was ellecteu meeting that said day shall be treated known as the Liberty Loan Committee, by us und all good citizens who join eomposed ot tile cashiers of the live with us in (iarrard County as a Holiday1 banks of the county, which were named for work and tervice for our Country; ANOTHER GARRARD by Mr. Hudson who was appointed in and we request all good citizens whethLexington, as its official chairman. er they are eligible for draft or not to The committee as named are: U. l' come to the voting polls in their resBOY ENLISTS Hudson, chairman, S. C. Uennj. J. W. pective precincts on that day for the Elmore, Uice Woods. J. C. Williams purpose of organizing permanent comAlthough he had fuiled in two examnnd W. K. Champ, it. L. Elkin was mittees in order that we mav lii'h) in inations, owing to his light, weight, W. named as secretary. Plana were tileil . l,u (.ni.ai, ..nil I ltnl muaa mpptitii.. hi. put on foot to hold patriotic meetings held at the various voting precincts ut II. Mason Jr., only son of Mr. and.Mrs. H. Mason, made the third attempt at most of the school houses and voting J o'clock P. M. on said day for the W. precincts in the county next Friday puroseof organization in said precincts for enlistment and was admitted to the night, at which time applications for und to appoint committees as follows: Coast Guard artillery and is now located at Norfolk, Va. No boy who has the Liberty Loans will be accepted. 1st: To uid and assist the boys who left here to tight for his country has The places where these meetings will must go to the front and to provide as more friends than "Hilly" and all feel be held are; Mason school house; Her- much usjiossible for their conveience that he will make good and his promorings School house; Sycamore school and comfort. tion will be repid. hou3e;;Uuckeyc; McCreary; Bryants-ville- ; 2nd: To with the agticul-tur- e Huena Vista; Walkers School branch of the Hoard of Contral of house; Manse; I'aint Lick; Cartersville; (iarrard County for the production and nnd Lawson's school house. Prominent Bieakers will be on hand at these points conservation of food stulra, etc. Ilrd. To assist the Hankiugcommittee on that evening and it is urged that every citizen within reach of these in Moating Liberty Uonds, so that our places will make, not only an elrort, soldiers may be provided with clothes, but a sacrifice if necessary, to attend. fuel und ammunition at the front, 4th: To be there in spirit und in Your country which protects your life ami property, now in her time of truth on the ground to give encourageneed calls upon you for a loan and ment to those who shall register und there should be u ijuick and ready res- to let them know that our interest, ponse to that call. The authority of our funds and our prayers are with our nation has spoken and it is tho duty them tu the end. 6th: That the women of the County of every American citizen worthy of the name, to uphold that authority in nre called upon to meet at these places every possible way. Our government in these times of unprecedented prosperity und cheap money deMres to teach the lesson of thrift, and lays down an ideal plan to persona of small While tho rate of interest inuaiis. seems smnll, it is u good investment and is not subject to any taxation. ISy for the purpnse of organizing for the l!ed Cross und such other service that they may render in assisting those who will light for their country. service LEADER To OF TROOPS Belgium With France And Passes Men. Thru Danville 1090 Direct from the Mexican border and headed for "somevvher.e on the Atlantic coast". Gen. Pershing and 1090 U. S. Regulars passed through Danville Friday. The soldiers were traveling in four special trains and seemed quite comfortable and happy. As these men are going direct to France and Belgium the thickest of the battle special interest was taken in seeing and cheering them. The station and grounds were crowded with Danville people who d gave the boys many a sincere STRAWBERRY SUPPER. The ladies of the New Antiochchurch of McCreary will give a strawberry and ice cream supper on Saturday night, June the Sth, in the church yard. Price 25c per plate and ISc for children. BUGGIES, v rs ' is the month to look after your little Chicks and start them aright. You can do so by buying a specially prepared "gaby Chick Food" which starts them in a good healthy condition for summer growth. After feeding this for ten or twelve days, we have for them the noted nil means 1HIY A LIHEUTY HOND. The climax of all previous patriotic meetings was capped, when the court ilMrj 1.. . i.i.i.L.i.I ti. ila I.mm... ft .Monuay aiteinoon in rejponse to u can issued by the local hoard of National liefense composed of L. L. Walker. W. T. West. I. M. Dunn und J. E. liobinson. Promptly at the cull of the bugle, in yl the hands of John M. Karra, everyone immediately left Ins business and in fc" less than ten minutes the house was (1 Dvereiovvded und many were turned opened with a away. Tho meetn i'.. In conclusion we call on ull good citizens tu attend these meetings on June ", I'.'IT, at the places of registration, (io early and stay there for the purpose of giving any encouragement and work that you can in this great national crisis. F. M. Tinder. E. L. Woods. N. J. Gosney, W. C. Wynn. W. It. Cook. T. C. lUnkin, I.. (. Davidson, G, A. Howling and Lewis L. Walker. SEED BUCKWHEAT Kui.--e FOR SALE "Purina Chick Food' l I Gurrey' s I You will see this in the window at two crops in one year on tho Sow Huckvvhcat lifter sumo ground. wheat. The U. S. Department of Agriculture recommends buckwheat as a profitable crop, tor feed or Hour, und says that red or crimson clover sown apontanecus applause ut the sight of with buckwheat nearly always gives a 2 the American Hag which some one hud good stand. Hudson, Hughes & Furnuu. v Just brought in nnd as one man ull V j urose to their feet und heartily joined PASTOR ACCEPTS. led by F. M. in singinu "America ijy Tinder und John M. Karru. Hev. C. S. Callison of Virginia, has T Mr. J. U. Kobinson ucted us chair-,l- I notified the Pulpit committee of the man of this meeting, which wus then Lancaster Iluptist church, that he will A uneiied with uruyer by Key. K. M. uccept its Pastorage und that he will Tinder. Mr. Kobinson then spoke for be on the Meld to begin his pustoruge about llfteen minutes and in n stlrrimr July 1st. Itcv. Callisun visited the address,, which brought forth much up- - church some four or live weeks ugo, m .. , rm i , , 1.. ,1 ...I piuuse, lie expiuuieii in ueiuu me plans und Bpent severul days with the memof the Selective Conscription and the bers und in the community. The memConservation of our food products. bers of the llaptist church are highly Judge L. L. Walker was then intro- elated over the oportunlty of tilling duced and for nearly thirty minutes the pastorate with a man who comes with so highly recommended aa Hev. Callison held the audience spell-boun- !!! Lancaster. They are selling fast and you can get a great bargain while they last. Come at once. top Buggies ever shown in We have the best closed .!, j W. J. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, May 31, 1917. KENTUCKY I!) PRESS 11-1- NEW CASH STORE I have bought Annual Summer Meetings June The forty-sevent- h an mm I tin-- I 11 (!) the H.D. Lee stock of goods located in the Record building one door from I I (!) the square. We linve closed our cnndy kitchen on Lexington merged it with our New Store. St. imil We tlmnk you for prist business nnd cordinlly invite you to call on us at our new location where we nre nble to serve you better. Yours for business, ! 1 nicotine of Kentucky I'ress S I n COY S. SANDERS ii ii ii 1 I Association wilt be held Jun.' 11 111 to 16th in tin-- Scelbach Hotel at I.oiiif ville, Ky. It ll.n been seventeen J ears since the summer meeting whs held in l.otii.ivillf anil tnis venr the Louisville Convention anil l'uhlicity I. ensile ami lloanl of Trnile nre planning many features that will prove prolitnhlc as well as enjoyable to the K. 1'. A. (!) crowil. The program is an interesting one from the first ilny to the last ami follows; Program-Ann- ual A Is found upon the face of every BUICK SMILE owner. Summer Meeting, Ken- 0 tucky Press Association, June Seelbach Hotel, 1115 1917. Ky. Louisville, Momlny Evening. June 11 7:.t0 p. 111. Keccption anil Theatre Why not join the ranks of those who smile Can you think of anything better to do. CZD Z i ii ii ir- -- Nunnally's Candies. s Ice Cream l'atlor. (Tj mm ' mi j I 'L party. Tuesday, June VI. 10:00 a. in. Invocation, I!ev. Chas, W. Welch, Ith Ave, Presbyterian church 10:15 ii. in. Address of Welcome, W. K. Morrow, Louisville lloanl of Traile. 10:30 a. in. Response, II. V. l'orgey. Ashland Independent. 10:15 a. in. President's Address, Jno. I!, (iaines. Howling Green. ll:00o.tn. Reading of Minutes nnd J. C. Iteport of Secretary-Treasurer, Talk to us about it. We made our selection and will help you make yours. I r m rir v ar NUNNALLY'S Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. - Peach, Tutti Fruitti, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Any l, Telephone Hour W. DC DC O. 1 KING, II No 202. Alcock, JctTersontown, Ky. 11.15 a. in. "What Can the Kentuc ky Press Do to Kelieve the Coal Situation"? I.ewis C. Humphrey. Associate Kihtor Louisville Evening Post. l'J:00 Adjournment. 1.00 p. m. Luncheon by Louisville Convention and Publicity League. Tuesday evening-Tr- m to l'ontnine Ferry I'ark. Wednesday. June l'J. 1'. . 10:00 a. in. Invocation, Kev. Crouch. Pastor Clifton t hristian church 10.15 u. m. "Thu Duty of the Ken tucky Press in the Present Crisis. Lieutenant Col. Itobert J. Mcliryde. First Kentucky liegiment, N. ti. 11:00 a. in. Hound Table "Adver tising-W- hat It Is anil How to (Jet It" Thomas Owsley, Somerset News l'JIHl Adjournment. 100p. m. Tour of Louisville's In Uusirial Plants. Wednesday evening-Milita- ry Hand Concert. Hervey Join The & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. Crowds From All Over The County At Lancaster, Ky., i Proprietor. DC Id FARMERS Thursday. June II. a. m Invocation. Kev. Wil liam I). Wakefield, Pustor Ilaptlst Tab ernacle. Louisville, Ky. 10:15 u. in. "The Mission of a News paper", Paul M. Moore. Ear'irgton Hee, 10:15 a. m. "What s the Matter With the Kentucky Press?" I). M. Ilutton Harrodsburg Herald. 11 15 n. in. Hound Table-"- Is the Country OHice ready for the Linotype? J. M. Allen. Cynthiana Democrat. Adjournment. 1 :00 p. m. Hout Trip on Ohio Kiver. Thursday evening- - Tour of the Movies. Kridav. June 15. June 20th to 25th REDPA H A IN the market 10:00a.m. Invocation. Key. A.I Lyon, Presiding Elder, Louisville Methodist District. 10.15 a. in. Annual Election of Oflic-er- s. 11 CHADTAUQDA Biggest Event Of The Year THE WHITE HUSSARS IN TWO GRAND CONCERTS 00 a.m. Itepoit of Committee Adjournment. on Resolutions. II 30 u. in. We are now in She Has Other Troubles. The reason why n woman with three or four children seldom pets a divorce Is becnui' she hasn't time to waste on to buy your old corn. See us before you sell. We will g pay you the best market price. thinking about the tblnss Mie shouldn't think about. Cincinnati Enquirer. Some Hope. Italy nnd Inland, history tells us, have never been tit war with each other, ii fact attested to by an Italian proverb of umllsiovcrable 'irlgln and great age, which runs: "War with all the world peace with England." INCOMPARABLE THE MARVELOUS TORPEDO WITH EARS SECURITY. Walker, Lee & Hicks. I CONCRETE WORK .. Let Me Figure With You On Your . Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. fZl 1 3 to &3 v avllar AvJUUN liUAKAlNlLr.D. l'KICtb KKAbUNAULt m A I J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. LANCASTER, Ky. m The accumulated wealth of the V. S., vast as that is forms only the minor part of the security which u back of the Liberty Loan. Hack of every If50 bond suld by the United States to help carry on the war for the subjugation of autocracy is the entire income of the nation for all the years that thu bond will run. Thu of bonds now being put out represent lees than per cent of the country's accumulated wealth, but thev rtprettent a far smaller percentage, than that of the aggregate Income of the country during the interval between the issuunce of the bonds and the tiinu when they will tall due. There are rough'yliO.OoO.OOO families in thu United States, and the average income of a family is probably not less than $1,500. The income of u year for thu country at largu is not less than $30,e00,000.soino economists estimate it as high as 150,000,000,000. The bonds of thu Liberty Iian will maturu in thirty years. In that time thu aggregate income of the people of thu United States, allowing for no future increase, will amount to upAurd of Kverv cent of that will be back "f Uncle Sam's bond. One jcent out of every dollar-- tax of only 1 per these thirty years would cover tin $2,000,000,000 of bonds four and a half times. Security can be no greater. 1 a cent-durin- The Great Reno MA;,,KT5ERV Lieutenant Donald McGibney r,?3'L ,N AND CIRCUS DAY IN FAIRYLAND a ygSftE Mono-Rail One-Act Wrestling Gyroscope and The car. Plays. Parish Players in Three Popular and Inspiring Lectures. Other Notable Attractions. Adults Ticket $2.00 IF BOUGHT BEFORE THE OPENING 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. The Central Record, Thursday, May 31. 1917. iwVnumvi I I I 0000CXX0X0K000000 ?OOOOOOOOOO0OO0O0OO I a s i "ThC .1 WORLD MUST BE DE SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY K ! GARRARD COUNTY'S LIBERTY BOND ALLOTMENT. GIVE YOUR GOVERNMENT YOUR SUPPORT. you want to make certain that your children and future generations will enjoy the same privileges you must do your share towards stemming the tide of oppression which threatens our shores. Every citizen should make sacrifices in order to insure the IMMEDIATE SUCCESS of the "Liberty Loan of 9 7." Place in the hands of our Government at once the means of hurrying the aay of Victory and Peace. If you value the privileges you have enjoyed as an American citizen if 1 1 Our Government is offering a liberal return 3 per cent interest for your money the safest investment for individuals, estates, business houses and public institutions. Help your Government and help yourself. Duplicate I CopvJ Oi Application For fons. hereby apply through the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK for $1,000 par value of the 34 per cent Liberty Loan Bonds of the United States and agree to pay par and accrued interest for any bonds allotted on Signed B. F. Hudson. this application. May 25th. 1017. WE CONCEIVE IT OUR PATRIOTIC DDTYITO DEDICATE THIS NEWSPAPER SPACE FOR THIS SERVICE. The Central Record, Thursday, May 31, 1917. Miss Jnne Howling Is at home from The,'Elght.HourLavv.,,or"AKLO,M one mile East of M, K. C. Millorsburg for vacation. Half Mile Tlu- - following stock will make the season at my ataliK Record the miracle medicine? McCreary anil six miles of Lancaster. Miss Cecil Howling Ims returned from Trotter: Mahogany Bay; 15.3 Hands; Sire of Serentfen In The List. The Hon I.oui Ilrsndis, who wns recently employed bv the Sta;o of Oregon a delightful vii with friends at HowlCSired lv Adbell 2:2:1 (sire of Ml), he by Advertiser 2:ir.J (sire of Ilo), he by to defend its ten (instead of eight) hour ing Green, Electioneer 2:i:iJ (sire of Ifiti.) law, found, upon investigating Dam "Mantua Maker", (dam of It), by Itfd Wilkes (sire of 17l) he hv Tankage, Wheat Middlings and Itye Sin-- Horsey Cold Dint. 120.V.'. ilam I'eavlne (0. Will stnml at that overwork is the great Middlings for sale. Hudson, Hughes & George Wilkes (sire of SI), In offering Wiltondnle for public service his suierior a an Individual and est single menace to public health in Kurnnu, lie is absolutely in breeding has never before been ollercd in this section. the United States today; that people Quite a number from here attended champion show hore. having I n shown 27 times, sound, a fast race horse, are dying younger in America than the County S. S. Convention at Ml. winning 2." blue Hi ever before, that workers are wearing Olivet, Saturday. ribbotu. He is a great breeder and a sure foal getter colt are good looking individuals with sps'ed, style and durability. out more quickly, while infant mortality Mr. and Mrs. George Jean of Danlie will make the seaon of H'17 nl mv stable, six miles from Lancaster, has notable decreaied. any Eupike on the Itoiil lane below three mile from llryantsville. near the physician or any insurance company ville, attended the funeral of Mr. the Fork church, at eau and will tell ou that mortality gene Herkele. Messrs W. F. and lieu Kennedy of from degenerative diseases is on the a Living Colt. Lien Retained on Colt to increase; that while the average length Crab Orchard, spent Sunday with Mis. Until Season is Paid. of life lias increased, due to the better M. O. Kennedy. care of babies, fewer adults live to atMiss Mary Ellen Farlee of I. minuter with her father, tain a ripe old age, and diseases which spent the week-en- d are causing deaths among the adult Mr. J. V. Farley. Ky. Route. population are very plainly the disease Mr. J. ('. Williams attended the 01 overvvurK, Hankers Association of group is nnd .'. The death rate from liver and diges- at Danville, Tuesday. tive organs alone increased thirtv-fou- r Mrs. Margaret Sparks, Mrs. Ijlvvin Kecord 2:'.".i. Trial 2 II?. per cent within the last ten years. Ac Kogers and son, llolman. of Nicholas-v- i cording to census records uf fi.lHl.OOO KENTUKY'S CHAMPION ROAD HORSE. lie. are visiting Mrs. J. W. Glass. people who work over ten hours per licv. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder and Mrs, Winner o! KikhI Class nml Hreciliiii! Class at Kentucky St.iti l'nir ISIKi percent day, an increase of forty-thre- e .41 ill 11. F. liobinson of Lancaster, were park Socio j'. il.lits in kidney and urinary disorders. I hup oi :i i Searr.i ' Nntjlolat I colds, hard-boile- d guests Friday of Mrs. II. C. liose. J OS1.. Ilrlafitlltltt Urn... IWAs Think of it these are licit! Oirlu lit M to H Ilk. I w '. Ii',. Halk Uen.rii 1 I1, loratI llrnoil Mm r Mr. and Mrs. V'. K. Davis attended facts. . It , V) Mlf ,il lllll. llHtk 1 MS1,. I V all's t WH,. elr hi . la . Mo.mtw i Jenny l ie 'Alll.O" a remedy to correct anv or the "Dedication Services" of the new ' Sir MiNIll III ; I llriink KinMi ilteat liriivt itt.rp I'rov nit nee church in Jessamine Sunday. t ij II y Vir J all of the sickneJs that may be the re linuik Zarrlar O 1 n:'.. I.ll llrlll.ts.ik Miss Edna Herkele, who is attending sult of overworked kidnevs and liver. . llaroH ki I .s . 10. ell i iMiikvsii; i"treilil There are thousands of persons here the Western College, at Oxford Ohio, i M0 nl lllwuiU Vorkr I IJUrs.il KII..1 l r slralliln. tr IJ" I "tin. (women as well as men) who know spent a few days last week Willi Mrs. 'lajn i "V,. i UP,. Hrll, am ..( Uala ValU llil SMItr JIMS they are in need of just such :t medi- Mary Herkele. , Pam ul Humf. ilk ill if.', i: HlrwkM i fSIM.,1 I jillurr --m i in ts.fr .m .Mmrieo bait ii. j i r.', cine and a few minutes' tune today Mrs. John llartsook of Kansas HI., ,V, 111 SV,. .! to Rttmt HltSiV j Wllk.a N.ii l.lrr I . , having its virtues explained may pro is here visiting her gratul-nothe' otiy I in Mrs. i ni.nii ,n " Hall Si. I tu Sllrnt f Jrtin. la $25. for Jennet long your life a few ears. a Living Colt. to at will Mary Herkele, she having been called llniakl iU. Kr.Mlrl la. si I Illllarnl i.i III AKI.O is sold exclusively in Lancas- here by the death of Mr. Eugene Herll.lt i9f.', andI JM, I'lai 1Pan nlHiSll, I. r i " i Chief Napoleon, (1107. has proven himself to lie a good Jennet lack. ilam "t IS',. ill ter by Stormes Drug Store. I iV,. rlikele. Mrs llartsook will be rememas Miss Marguerite Junes, and .Silent HriH.k lt7iV. 2:1 of Hilly Hulk 2o:ii. Meadow Hrook 2 bered sire HAMMACK Emma Hrook 2 I'.iJ. Lady her main friends lire delighted to see Shaw bay 2.07J. Zarnne 2:07J. Hetty Ilrook 2:0-.ij- . Kellhrook 2:10. Mutter Hrook 2 lllj. Silent Hngnile (21 2 lnj. Margarut Hntbgate her again. Items are scare this week, as people ml hod) and fine (I) 2:111. etc. Slreddam of Chatty Direct (Il2 07.etc. His ilam Jenny t'lay. He i 15J hands high, yellow with unite points, big hone are busy in their crops. ntso products! Keddie Clav 2 2.r, tins was gramlam of I'rue 2 21. head and cars. WOMEN GIVE OUT Moko 2liri7. sire of Ferenii 2:OS In inner Kentucky Futurity. I Uremia York Little Stella McQutrry visited little As I am standing three good Jacks this year, I will give the farmers a Sarah Hanimack, Sunday. lloueurk is hard enough when CI) 2:0. (Futurity winnei) (M 2:01. Native Helle (21 2.i'7i ll'ututily winneri chance to breed their stock at a reasonable low fee and am going to stand healthy. Every Lancaster woman who (II 2:o:ij (champion .1 year old lillv.l Manrico (.1) 2:071 (Futurity winner. i Sil Flour in sacks or barrels. Susie N. I.ll 2:('.il. (Futurity winner.) Gomoko .'.o. Mobel Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. is having haekai'h. blue and nervous ver Silk (I) spells, dizzy headaches and kidney or 2:10, Mochester 2'10i. Momaster 2:1 1, Siliko Ctl 2 111 (Futurnv winneri etc Mr. Menefee Mcljuerry and family-visitetroubles, should he glad tnhecii j Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (chnnipion trotting stallion. I Vito ill .' ir.ij. William l.awson and family. bladder Martha Tipton (II 2 o1.'), O'.N'eil (.t 213f, etc. Hrother to Hump J o..j liaron this Lancaster unman experience to low price of at Sunday. .Mr. Joe Turner. Tut ten Ave.. Lan- I). 2:10. etc. I retain a lie on all colts until season money is paid. Mr. E.G. Hanimack and family vis caster, say: "A few yrfar ago my kid-neMares transferred Hleucher li'il.V", reconl 2:24', trial mile 2:1 If. half 111 1 :ls'.. Int nuurter ,r or bred elsewhere, forfeit insurance and must Ik paid at once. Care taken to ited O. L. Hammacl; and fuuiily last gut out of order and I had back- :I2 secutsts. is a handsoiue seal brown iKirs'. ami will weigh 1100 jsiui N He Sunday at 1'i.int Lick. prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. I'hone niVl-I- ! aches. I felt dull and languid ai.d tired greatlv rewmb.es hi good sire Silent lirnok and is uut of Clayii. bv tl;.- - gr. at Mr . S. E. Hanimack is on the sick easilv. My kidneys acted irregular too. Futuiity sire Moko. Foreign demand ha taken over one million lmr.es from tin eountrv. .n..l list, has rheumatism and sullering a A friend told me of Dunn's Kidney 1'ills may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our adv.n- - t . i. iri great deal ut present. and I bought them at Storms' Drug we owners is to breed their mare and ti breed them tu stallruns of merit and r Mrs. Thomas Hurt is iioorly. she is Store. They soon rid me of the backen worth as sire. Hleucher Is jut the type to produce the colts that i i U at her father's. It. F. l'nrsons. anil has ache and put my kidneys in goodorder. Widow's stock bred at half price. Horses. Jackets and Jennets for sale ' His colls have proven line, with nice head ami nerk anl plentv ply the demand Price ,10c, at all denier Don t sim- of bone and e ir.tormatlou. rheumatism very tiad. ply ask for a kidney roiiieil) get Mr. and Mrs. Arch Miller are rejoic Tin great trotl ng Stallion will make the season of IMT at mv stable in ing over a little girl that arrived at Doan's Kidney IMU the same tliat Lancaster. Kentucky at Mrs. Turner had. Foster-Milburt o. their home the other night. I'rops.. Hutfalo, N. Y. Little Sarah E. I.. Hanimack has returned nome from l'aint Lick where Dresser Contains a Bathtub. she has been visiting her cousin. Jessie A Cincinnati uinn has a dreer Urn about hands high Mae Hanimack. Black Stallion; foaled front and top of uhli'lr are movable on Two or three Sunday 's ago old man rasters, nml behind ami below thorn I I will also stand this beautiful Sect-lanJackson went tu church, and some one ' n bathtub. A water basin I In the. I Crljcler. Denmark. r r Kei lirnnark and the faucets are . ll opened his store door and helped them top nf the drevi-cStallion for the season of 1317 al (Mare by Mar of tti West lies Mi' In i ii Id vit selves to candy, tobacco, and sardints In the wall. my stable in Lancaster. Ky . al Hlai'k Sitilrrrl -. i and other articles. l.uey Mack 2I. ID ( Mare bj Olil Mar Meaning of "Veldt." $10. To Insure A Liting Colt. Veldt l a I'bniiKml form nf tli MARKSiJUKY I Muutro.a Hi! Diltrh "veld," the same as our ISiS-lls- h I jllrtU llu.c Mi word tleld. It means simply open I Mollle by Aariou IViiiiIiik. 1 am prepared to take care of marcs Orel llellr 7315 ionai.it. Don't forget the ice cream supper at ground, or prairie. We.tervelt mraiis ( Pulutll Chieftain on gras al In cents a day Lien itooM'Velt. ro-- e itlauMason June 2nd, hours from fi to 10. west Held; ( Mare ly Muss Ko.e her Dutch The gardens have been greatly re- veil, blue Held. There nr onjcolt for service fee 4th dim by Drennon. tarded by the continuous cold weather. names ending In "volt.' and muiiy nml other Imnillel tinineK in Ceriunn It can be seen by the pedigree that this horse belongs to a tamilyHof Money due when mare is tradeil or parted with. Care taken to prevent Hev. Mahan has returned from Har tongue. champions, his sire. Ilex McDolald being the world's champiuu ot champions. accidents but not reumsible should uny oncur where he went to fill an appointOn his dam's side he traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen years. lan ment at that place. For Durna. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid Ited Top, Orange and Amber Cane A hllter Ik ulmost sure to fonn on hone, short b.icK. His neck, head and ears are in the right place. He also has Ky. the best shoulder motion and hock action of any horse that I have ever had in Seed; Millet, Soy Deans and Cow I'eas n burn If It Is not taken cure of prop-erl- Phone for sale, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, To avoid It, mix ipjlckly isjual rav stable. Hev. Sebastian of Georgetown preach portions of olive oil anil the white of HEX McD. is a show horse in harness as well as under the saddle. You COMBINED STALLION egg mid apply to the hum --.ml covcan nut make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. He will ed last Sunday at the Fork and his ser- nn er with ii piece of soft linen. Hlrar-donat- e mon was enjoyed by thoso who heard make the season of sod a I more ipilikly obhim. tained mid almost us good. I'nt on the Quite u nurr.ber of gardens were burn dry and cover with u cloth kept At To A Living Colt. greatlv injured from the recent hail- wet. A bad blister. If covered with u Hay Stallion Hi hand, star, lett hind ankle white fine style and action. He storm. Also buildings that Were cov 1 per cent holutioii of rnrbolle nild will make the season nf 11117 at my barn at llackley. Kentucky, at I'UINCE ALBERT, one of the best CLYDESDALE stallions in Kentucky ered with paper rooting. on n piece of linen, and kept on for u TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. will also muko the season at my bains at the low price of $1(.U0 to insure a or two will be overcome, wit Si no Those who hail tobacco plants large day living coli. This is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm horses. . 1 I'UESTON fiMrt sired by Carroll I'reston, IHMt. he by l'reton 022. mid little pain. enough took advantage of the wet spell M'ur by Washington .11, by Cromwell 711, bv Washingtor Deiimaik. Carroll l'restou' lirst of the week, and did much toward I will also stand my trotting stallion 1st dam Habv I'encii "0111. hv Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Fence by Almont getting out their plants. Foirest 2Mi:i, :ird dam Daughter of (iarrard Chief 22sl, lib dam (iray Eagle Hev. Sebastian, Misses Delia Itice II ICH I'UESTON HMIi 1st dam wns tjueen Eagle, she by King Eagle 2.Vr.t;, Hughes and Minerva Cox of Lancaster, he by Itoynl King 2.'i!i.ri, he by Outline 715, he by Stonewall Jackson 72. Itoyal guests at dinner Sur.day of Mis were King's 1st dam Mollie Mountz 2.1M. was by the noted sire Cabhcll Lexington. Registered in Vol. Rule 1. . Susan K. Sutton mid Mr. Jno. Suttun. S. King Lagle s 1st dam Hip 'Kn'.K she b l.agle Hird, he by Old King Eagle had any truck work, hut has a wonderful trotting speed He lin never 1.1, lib dam by Mr. Hobt Claik and Mrs. Nora I'ruitt T.'iO. 2nd dam lied Linn, (lid dam Harris Denmark Jim Hell. and is u promising trotting coll. He is fuur years old. mahogany bay, 15.2 have returned from Lexington where HICK l'lCESlON iWHi'Jiid dam Lady Hird. she ny Eagle Hird loll. Ilrd ' ' hands high, tine head and neck, good legs, good stylo and action and his breed- they have been to seen their mother, Drennud, Ith dam Copper llottom and run ilam Mollie Drennon she by Old ing cannot be ixctlled as you will see below. : ' I horoughhred. who is ill at the heme of her son, Mr. back to old Davy Crockett ll'illii. i ii ii trial 2:li; he by Axtell MKI, JACKO TELL, sired b Eddie Tell Charles Clark of that place. Also at the same time and placu will 2:12 record; he by William L. 12 U; by (ieore Wilkes, M'J; he by Hamhleton-ia- n stand mv line .luck, Miss Margaret Jenkins has just clos 10 D.im Jane Jell 11770; by Hilly llrass; by Allandorf 7I!2. record 2:191: he ed the winter term bchool. Miss MarMOULD'S lll'ST by Onward 2:2.'i; by George Wilkes 2:22, Second dam Grace, by Jacko .101;'; garet takes infinite pains with the chilho by (i tnymedi! 2lH.ri;by l'rinceies Mfi. Third dam Maud by Dillingham f0.'i;i;by dren. Had English and grammar are DfSTS. CI.rtVK. P(ii.ibiu:s At $7.00 to Insure 3 Living Jlorse Colt Voin Star Hill. Fourth dam by Shakespeare. Fifth dam by Sweet Owen. never even allowed on the piny ground. Your I' u r n 1 u r e, pleasShu states it has never been Sixi'i ddin by D'cnnon. Wooilvvork, Ili-- o. and $8.00 for Mare Coll ure to meet a mote lovable iir.d obedient Aul "nolillt I 'lnisli-t-- il at to He will be limited to a few t tool ', uinl ull eel of chll'.'ren and their Improvement, Vuriu licit Hurfaces. C. Muruan is it black Jack, with L'liur, pun' unl especially for the last three months MAJOR C. white points. 1.1J hands high, coming free fiom uny Ruin, has been marked and she Is delighted VIII not gather lleautiful Shetland, It inches high and a perfect model. He is by Major C. seven years old and has pioven himself dual, us It gives a hard, dry, brlxht 11 g,nod and out of an Imported Shetland. Ho will .Hand at $10. to insure a lirtng colt. with their work. breeder. kIobj; h brltililer C. Morgan by John Morgan, Jr., :i70"i, Ju tr than wux unl At the same time and place will also stand tasKr to use. was sired by John Morgan, he by Mar- and ron ri.omts rsn mailukei ..1. .. Is. out .. uf an i.miorled Jen. ..... . . TWO EXTRA GOOD JACKS AT $10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT 1. m niorga. . jr.. o il oi- Jennet by ei. Hlackbuin. he by 3rd prince, le v. BourbonPoultry Remedy by 2...1 by I "'I' 'rime. Ut da... Daisy by Dixie, she AH thin stock will make the present season at my farm near l'aint Lick, I'rince.Jie by Irvin Dixie Kentucky. . .ul.,t ,IIuy Uy lMtil emnKtun, Ilrd dam by Imporb r K ten drops In tho VYtSSS Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable ratet and every cure taken to Dam Heecher JenneU Guaranteed urlnklnir water cures i A hen retained on all colts for prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. anUiireveiitswIilto To glvji rx' TjJtfraiiaskSservice. Care taken to prevent acciderts, k dlarrtiuca.cuoU'raanUolhiT chtclt tjottlit tnaLe. but not responsible should any occur, illaclM. Una uruc ii'onry 'will It vtlluns vl niisllclne. At Valu- or tr ratll l.wlinl'l. I irlsU uuuliry book tree on rwuuU abla SEASON OF 1917 WHICH WILL IT BE? BRYANTSVILLE WILTONDALE 39162. 2:204; Trial 2:14. Track. Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr., $10.00 to Insure a Living Colt. $20. Star Insure Robert R. Fox, Lancaster, 46158. BLEUCHER f CHIEF NAPOLEON stand $10. Insure 5107 Finis Napoleon, at $8.00 to Insure. Beecher Morgan the 2.o. $5.00 Insure. WALKER BRADSHAW, McCreary. Kentucky. REX McD. 6597 1911; 16 $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. Hl 95. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, $20.00 Insure HIGH PRESTON $10. 6846 JACKO TELL 62408 21, 5'1, ;w RUJ5T GLOSS gp 'er hr 1 iMiniUurc I'olisii C. Morgan 4665 ntares $15.00 JR. Insure. OneDrop HccjtCeOl APPS irs ...,.. Je - N. W. ROGERS. VllS'flfrfc Phone Paint Lick Eichaoge. Paint Lick, Kentucky. HHtHKKirCO.,lMlttM,l. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. J. F. Holtzclaw 6 Son. J. F. Foley, Hackley, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, May 31. 1917. I 8 9 3 i 1 If you are an American Citizen and worth $50.00 or more, it is your Patriotic Duty to BUY A LIBERTY BOND You as many others, want peace. We can only get such a result by having the tance of every American Citizen. 4.CTTXX ft assis- The undersigned institutions of Garraad County have, at their own expense started a lively campaign to sell Garrard County's part of the New Liberty Loan which is $100,000.00. You can purchase these bonds in denominations of $50.00 or more and they are to bear 3i per cent interest, and arc Speakers to explain the Liberty Loan will meet Non-Taxabl- 4 e. you at the following places: Mason School House, Herring School House, School House, Hyattsville School House, Law-so- n School House, Sycamore School House, Buckeye School House Buena Vista School House, Bryantsvillc School House, Paint Lick School House, Cartersville School House, Manse School House, Walkers School House, on Mc-Creary Friday miIis iihini.' for a IhiihI Evening, June 1st, I 1917 hereby at 7:30 P. . I'vcry Pntriotic AiniTican Mini r Woman is uivitrtl forward Sii i il l i u I'll use the a:iilic.iM(in herewith -- to jotir nearest hank. Meet The Speakers at the Appointed Time and Places. apply through the par value, of the 3' ij per cent Liberty Loan Bonds of hank fur S the United States and njjree to pay par and accrued interest for any bonds allotted to nie. . i CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE. n wife NATIONAL BANK. GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PEOPLES BANK OF PAINT LICK. . j fcr-- A il'Cp- - 3jl Coughs Worse at Night lij ol n ririn, racking mht coufth, tickling lliriMl, liosrtc, wheezy breathing i In lokc The iimplrit end nuiclcil y lo i!et Foley's Honey and Tar In il, ou (,tt the curalltc influence of the pine tar anil oilier healing ingredient., together Willi Ihe mllil)inf; onJ htatitc action uf l imey. I lu whom lie um only married STANFORD ago, it fattier, one sinter, three brother. Tlie lierenveil relatives Luttie Carson is in Hichniond nml friend lone our sincere sjinpsthv. IMiss of relatives and friends. ')ur loss is Heavens gain nml we Mie Lulu I'rewitt, uf Louisville, is slioluil remember the words of Job in his atlhction. "The Lord giveth anil the Kuest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Tate. the I .on I tHketh away, llleed be the Mr. and Mrs. John Lynn were here iinine of the Lord". from Danville Saturday for a short tune. Miss Olivia Ilaldwin, of Richmond, is LOWELL the guest of her sister. Mis. W. IL ' 'Mr. I'. A. Davis spent Suturday ami Shanks. live month Sunday in liichmoml. Mhs Virgie Lee of Lancaster h the guest of her father, Mr. M. (i. Lee. Min Cora llurte i in Itichmoml her sister, Mrs. Ancil Parks. Dr. (iibson was calleil here last Week to utteml Mr. Jesie Ilicks, whii was , ' I Mrs. Klizabeth Aslily. of Hichtncnd, is the Kiiest of her sister. Mrs. Martha Hampton. Mrs. T. D. N'ewland, who has been quite ill for several days is thought to J.i.ir V T Miller. C!nn,lton lil. . tKHthlrd ith truD rilr, "I cbl.t .0ectlit nJ(Hihed ton.lanlly l.r aftj antt .n.l rilil I took iulty't I lure v eulj.l.rnj t,M.Jh. lr-- I el It II .fell ltr Wnnchlal ! I'roiKl.ial eiNiih.. rrtMir. biLfkC I 1 1 "pr a.l iuKlly relieve.1. Let.. lu.lml Ibru.t. Sold ISerjwhere. MANSE M Minnie i.iuhim Mis I .ilu-- tin- - guest of Willie Miif Calico. Mi Lillie DruIsoii mnl Anim- - Todd Saili'' Tuesday night with Mi KaMim. Mr and Mm. 1 1. II. Ilerulrpii spent Sunday with lior parents Mr. awl Mrs. In i MrWhurlvr. Mrs Ogleshy of - TVnniee was called here hv tin.- ilfiitli of her brother Mr. I! oIm rt Green. m i This !Mr. A Mr. ami Mrs. Claude Waildoll of Hamilton (lhi are the gtlusU "f lifr L'walt Givens.Mrs. l.ucy Miller Hart Mr. Calvin llulett and family, Mr. siter Mm. Henry Creech and Mrs. IMd llulett and Mrs. Kllen ley and Leo Hayden motored to l'aris Mr. anil Mm. John Hubert, Mr. ami Itallard were the week end quests of nml tqient the week with relatives and Mrs. John Hum. Mr. ami Mrs. Forest Mrs. Will llurte, Jr. friends. Centers spent Sumlay evening with Mr. Mrs. J. I". Johnson, ot lNttstiurr. I'a. nml Mrs. A. L. Itmvlwjj. is the o,uest "' '"'r father, Mr. George I. Hriitht and sister, Mrs. Susan II. LEVEL GREEN Yi'iiRer. Mr. J. I!. Harris and Miss Katheiine Mrs. Mary Onlesby of Chattai.oona I You to tlet our free eatnlntf nn Harris spent Sunday in Lancusterwith . lenn. reiurrieii noine iiuuiun his parents, JiuIko and Mrs. L, W. Mrs. S. M. ltobinoii and children Harris. vifteil her mother in llerea Sunday. Mrs. W. S. Grinstead. Mrs. J. It. Mr Alfred Itoliiiwnti U'liil 14 vIsitillL' Harris and Miss Antienetta Grinstead Mrs. W. II, Smith has dauchter are the quests of Mrs. J. II. Turner at uuitu sick for the past few days. N'icholasville. Mr. S. C. Green of Dallus Texas who W. W, Hays sold lust week to Mr. J. Dahwas called here to utteud the funeral S. Mocker, president, of the First It. C. Green returned of his brother National Hunk, a Huick home Monday. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and touring car, It. C (Jreen departed this life on Garden. Jessu Masthu:, Morris Marcum ami 'ilrd, his death was quite a shock Write for free Catalogue. No Agts Will Itice were tried in Judno Hailey's court und fined $2.1 each for seining in aick two weeks, his Ueath was. duo to & Sons. Knob Lick creek. Inllumatory rheuinutism. He was Lf7 Miss Annie Dunn, who taught at Lexiiitlton, Kentucky. V ars old and u member of the Chris1916 Cedar Sprint;!, S, C, the last scholastic IS4L tian Church at Level Green. He leaves be iinpiuvinR. Mrs. Will Hawkins, of Corhin. is the ll Cuest of lior parents, Mr. and Mrs iUite III. Chancellor. Several from here attended the funMrs. W. G. McGee. of Mt. Vernon, eral of Mr. Itohtrt ( recti at Manse, has been the Kucst of her sister. Miss but I'riilay. I'nttw- - Perkins. cIo.'ihI her school at Miss Ida llurte Mr. George MrKuLert. of Co inton, Sycamore laat I'riilay, anil returned has been the i;uest uf his brother, Mr. home, SntuiiUy. II. J. Mcltoberts. Mm I, mi Kuhhnan entertained a Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Hampton, Lebannuinher of tho oiini; people very pleas- on Junction, came up Saturday to atantly Siiturdav eveimie;. tend the Chautauqua. Mm Letty I'evton hii been ipiile ill Mis Kmily Murphy, of Shelby City, auin, iiixl was taken to the (iilwou is the curst of her aunt, Mrs. George Inlirinniy Saturday for treatment. R Dellorde for the Chautauqua. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis and little Mrs. C. K llower nml two children, son, and Mr. Jehu Tudor and family were the guests of Mrs. Sterling Davis of I'outaic. Mich., me the piest uf her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Gover. Sunday. ear is here for the summer with htr LIBERTY BONDS AS sister, Mrs. J. T. Kmbrv. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hourne. Miss WEDDING PRESENTS. VirRjniu Hourne and Hradley Hourne, ot Lancaster, were the Kuest Sunday A special from New York Bays: of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Walker. "Liberty bonds for wedding presents Thomas Coleman, who received the are expected to become popular in thij bachelor decree in science at the Uni- city in June, according to a statement versity of Virginia last week, is here issued bv the Liberty Loan Committee. s with his for the summer. It is estimated that approximately spent here every June for Miss JenniiiKS, who has been trimmer $10,000,000 is wedding presents, and the committee here for Mrs. Francis at theStyleShop money might easily left Thursday for home at Chicago. suggests that this be diverted "to the permanent benefit Miss Jennings ha made many friends of botti the Government and the brides. " here during her short stay.' The smartness of the wedding, the Cecil Hrown and Charlie Thompson, popularity of the bride and the patri of Lancaster, were here for the Senior otism of tho bridegroom will he tested I 'lay on Tuesday eveninj; and for the next month," suys the committee, "by party niven t'rSir. D. H. the number of lllrerty lionds which apSouthard given in honor of theirdaui;h-ter- . pear among the wedding presents". home-folk- Effect of Long Hair. In some countilcs It Is believed that long hair tukes nway from a child's Itallt) and cucrgy. The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful extent of tl- - law. Hunters and. Ed & N H I'rice II. C. Arnold. Mrs. K. L. Frazee It. L. Arnold. C. M. Moherly. S. C. Higsby. POSTED Fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elkin J. C. Higsby. John Tatum. ''' - Miss l'atte I'erkin. Mesdames James II. Wright and ll.irry Hill have bought out the Warren Sisters millinery establishment here and have taken charge. These ladles have a host of fliends who pre-- , diet for them much success in their T. H. Slavin. It. I,. Harker. H. M. Lear. Julia l'arks Sirus Daily. We will add other names for 25 cents sands, urn, LMBSASLEP cash. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Wanted Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Graoe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoarasus, Roses, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. H.F.Hillenmcyer Run-DowWeal: and The wedding of Miss Nancy Yeager And Was to Mr. Leu Williams of Nichol isville, Nervous, S.1,3 Fkrida Lady. has been announced for June Mb. Miss Five Uottlcs of Cardtii Yeager is the attractive daughter of Hade Her Well. Mrs Susan H. Yeager und has a host of friends, while Mr. Williams is said to be a mighty line young man. Ksthlfcn. n.t. Mrs. Dallas I'rlne, of this, place, najs: "After tho birth ( ireuit court did not convene Monday of my laat child...! got crj- much md weakened, co much as Judge, llarlm did not come, until that 'Widnefdny. There was a good crowd nil. I I could hardly do rnythlng at was to awfully nirvoni that hi town Monday expecting Judge Har I could scarcely tmlure tha least din here to have court us was n'licdul-- I noire. ,ny conuiuon wts getting ill, but he telephoned that he would worfce nil tho time. .. I knew I must luvo some, relief or j not be here until Wednesday. I would booh bo In tho bed nud In n s condition for I felt bo badly Messrs. J. S. Aocker, H. C. Haugh-;mannd was bo ncrvom and weak I could W. M. Hright. W. II. Shanks, H. hardly live. My husband ciked Dr. G. Sklles and Kelly J. Francis iitten- about my taUIns Cardul. Ho the bankers and editor's Libertv Iian raid, 'It's a rood medicine, and good for that trouble', eo ho got mo 5 meeting lit Lexington Wednesday. about tho Eccond I .The First National, of width Mr. felt great'y Improved... boforo bottle taking Hocker is president subsenbed JLV.OOO It my Hmba and hands and arms of the bonds und the Lincoln County would go to tlccp. After taking It, however, this poor circulation dlsap-pcarcI National Hank, of which Mr. Hright is My strength back to president, subscribed a similar amount. mo and I was soon ou camo road to tho Lincoln county's share of the bonds health. After tho uoo of nbout 5 hot-tieI could do all my house-worat $100,000. Mr, Hocker was made nml attend to my Blx children beChairman in this county ami has called sides." a meeting of ull tho bankers and those You can feel eafo In Blvlns Cardul interested in the Liberty Loan to meet a thorough trial for your troubles. It court-hous- e on Friday contains no harmful or habit-forminhere ut the mornitig ut 11 o'clock, when u very in- drtics. but la ramivnul nf ,M,i -- no table, medicinal teresting meeting will he held. Lunch bad aftereffects. Ingredientsofwith no women Thousands will be served the guests. Mr. Hock- havo voluntarily written, telling of -- v. . I I... uma uuuv IUCJU. er is very anxious for a great meeting Inn crnnil r IC ihould help you, too. Try It. E 74 und hopes to see ull interested there. v.i..i This Agreement Witnesscth; That hi order lo protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, anil we e further ngiee to prosecute with all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespuss upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. Ami we further agree to net us Deputy Game Wurdens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our ,'arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible und reliable person telec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1UI5. H. L. Elkin. J. E. Itobinson, W. II. Hrown. J no. M. Farra. W. H. Ilurton. Alex Walker. Haselden Hros., T. A. Klkln. F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dulton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. .1. N. Hoss. (!. M. Deshon, Fisher Herring. II. II. Cox, Hughes Hros, J. W. Sweenet, W. M. Muhan. Withers Hros, William, Marcus and Jim White, H. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pope. Mrs. David Chcnault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. J, W. Elmore, T. C. Kankin. Ilulfman Hros, Sam Cotton, Win. G. Anderson. T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Moss It. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, Hright Herring. A. D. Uradshaw, It. L. Harker. Scott Ilulfman Wm. und Lizzie Onstott. The Central Record, Thursday, May 31, 1917. The Central Record JOIN THE incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 SCORES ATTEST a yeau. J. K. ROBINSON. Editor. O RED CROSS ED HERE CROSS FORM- TANLAO MERIT R.L. ELKIN. Locol Editor nnd Mgr. Entered M Ihe l'oit omcc In l.micolrr, Kj. Second dm. Mill Mullet Member CHAPTER Kentucklans Place Stamp ol Approval on Tanlac. - Kentucky Press Association and Join the Red Cross We can't nil go HAS ENVIABLE REPUTATION to the battle line and meet the enemies Lancaster, Ky., May 31, 1917 of the nation breast to breast Hut we can all, old and young, women nr.d When it nioilli Iiio U otiilie.l for by children, crippled nnd unfit, join tin hundred in a .rate like K For Political Announcements association of mercy nnd help provide theri- run In- - no ilmibt us to i's merits Rates For Precinct and Citv UIIi:es ...t G.'X) means for comforting nnd curing the Kotiluikliius iiiv no! msll) lit) to i.i.ike 10.00 brave fellows nt the battle front who iiIh.iii ii ii t tiliiK. 'tin')' 'or County Offices llionnuii tor State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 nre wounded or grown sick from hard are im limit tu test n . K. "II It. 10 ships, while they stand with their hero ly before plmtliv their For Calls, per line Tlieri'Toro T.inlnr's orlsitinnrs are 10 ic bodies between us and the cruel lust For Cards, per line prouil to Hlut to the lilllltlU' - or ir-- ll For all publications in the interof thf Prussians. ; r liy people of llioliluls given You can join for SI or $100, which the Him- - (iinss est of individuals or expresState. Hero an- u fev. sion of individual views, per ever you are able tn give. You cannot of Hie stnteluents: 10 at any odd refuse to do jour part to line "1 HOWARDS Mrs. Belle Phillips 03 ward alleviating the misery of the poor Obituaries, per line Mifleri'it from nervou-nos- s tin I in." of appetite. vmietlilin: to fellows who go out to sacrifice thembuild me up. ThiiIih brought ku-We nre authorized to announce the selves in battle for us. Before the my appetite ami puo me rest following candidates, subject to the year is out there may be n million ' Primary, American boys lighting on the bloody OI.ATOX-- - Mrs. Hello Daniel. "Was nction of the Democratic fields of France; falling bv the thousAugust 1017. troubled ullli ni. Momm Ii for ands, torn and bleeding from bullet, Jrurs uiul n nil run iloiwt. I County School Superintendent. bayonet nnd shell as the conflict rages. li:iM' umcI tlireo bottle of Titular Many of these may be Lancaster uiul am iiiiw feeling tutu Ii lnl ter. My MISS JENNIE H1GG1NS. boys, G.irrard county boys, for we of apiK'lile has come tun K nnd I hurt' already rallied 1. pound." this county nre going to do our shnre County Court Clerk. Cl.KATOX .lr. Sue Itol.Mtt: "I sufof the lighting. fer) tl from rlii'iinintli' pnlu. sick j. o. 1IOGIE. It will be a blessing to those back Ktoiuaih. bo.'id.'ii lies ami nervousness, JEI'THA ONSTOTT. home those dark days to remember that but since tnkliii: Taulitc my health In W. A. DOTY. we contributed something towards gonor.il lias iiuproust. I think. It is J. IIKUCE LAW30N. sending these brave Angels of Mercy, u line mi'dli'llie." the lied Cross nurses and doctors, to CAKI.ISI.i:-M- rs. MIIIlo I. Copyright Hirt Schaftntr &Mirx Assessor. the fighting front to minister to the ns weak, nenoiis uiul restless torn and battered young soldiers in the E. 0. KAY. taking Tanl.n-- . but starteil I now I hate in) jtreniMh buek ami am hour of their misery. Magistrate District No. able to do inyonii lioiisenork iiirnln." will be sweet to reflect that we I It have not neglected to do what we could MA1.T Mr. Mary I., llouell- "Iteml-nclie- . J. II. CLARK. I'Mi km lies nnil m roiiiu s. to give them a chance to survive their oaiistsl iy til, ordered ntniuui Ii and wounds and come home to rejoice with Magistrate District No. kliliii'.v. iiuili riuluiil me until I was us over the the ultirrate victory. It "ompli tel . run down Taiilne. howLOGAN ISON. will be sweet to reflect that those who ever, lias mo on the iomiI Iwrk to 1 died, died not in loneliness and neglect, health nnd rxpett t bo nil rlcht in County Attorney. but with kindly comforters hovering a sh Tt time." near to minister to them and hand l'HNIt'K - W. i. M.i.vs: "fist munil GREEN CLAY WALKER. on my stouimli uiul I siinVml from them over gently to the Angels who Thnts tin wont to lift-- in (lovriliinijiMir young mens rlnilics Tlioy'rc af to tmy heartburn. I was weak nnd didn't lly over the battlefields to gather the Sheriff. Tun-luMini to have nuy .itubitlon fallen to glory. liccnnsu is iiiitlioritntiM-- . von know oti iiro right when you wvm thei" lm. torn it up my ttoinut'h anil A. K. WALKER. Join the Red Cross. You cannot remi- nil uroiiml." fabrics, iilwnji. the liiiest of Tailoring. They're snfe in quality, fuse. Won't you assist the Garrard Tanl.ith.is Imllt up tlioiisiiuils of State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. County Chapter by taking a member- people In this stale. If )oii ur- run They're safe as to III you ilon't buy thcni'if you think they tlou't lit. They're safe ship, when you are called upon, so they down In Iiealtb e.et It HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, as It will may reach their goal of 030 members. do the Mini- for oii for the makers to give with every suit, a posittse guarantee of your complete ami con" JAY W. HARLAN. Let every one who possibly can be J. R. MOUNT. Untied satisfaction, anil as we sell them, they're safe as to price, in that safety wearing a Red Cross button in Garrard Taiilne crii li bought hrrf Irum It. K. Mc- Kob.TK I'jiltit Lick. J Mclrall Stanford. county in the near future. Be ready Fenny". Junction City S. Reynold. .V KtaD. Representative. means that you will get more value for your money than you ever believed possible to meet those of the membership com Iticlimoncl.li.!, I'vrry A soa !Hll 111.'. John J. A. BEAZLEY. Well. mittee when they approsch you by sayHOG AN' BALLARD. J. ing: "Surely I want a memberrship ir. the Garrard Red Cross Chapter." SOLICITORS FOR RED County Judge. The Garrard County Red Cross Chap CLAYTON' A. ARNOLD. has about perfected all its plans CROSS JUNE 5TH. A. D. FORD. and arrangements and will shortly launch the campaign for 050 members The following young ladies have been Suppose we Americans were to fail in Garrard County. asked to be at the voting precincts cn There is no doubt that the committees June 5th und secure members for the in our duty to ourselves, to our allies. and to democracy in general. That who have donated their services will be Red Cross. You can become a membir would mean a triumph for the German received by the people of the county by paying $1.00 but larger sums will be Remember thankfully received You can ulsu band military autocracy. It would mean with the greatest favor. s more than that. It would spell the loss the work they are doing may be for your money to Joe Walker nt the You honor your' your own loved one. of our independence. Bunk. We hope everv man who It would not be long before a hostile self when you join fort is an honor to registers in Garrard County will gladly German fleet andahostile German army be n member of this, the greatest or and reverently give at least 11.(0 us he would be at our doors. And one fine ganization in the world. may receive the benefit of it, who On Monday afternoon membeis from knows? morning we would wake up to find that som Prussian with a "von" in front the Red Cross chapter of Danville, Court Houso Shelby Mason. Helen KY. of his name, u helmet on his closecrop-pe- d came over to kindly aisist us, that we Gill. profit by their experience. Mr. head, and glittering medal on his might East Park Allie Yantis. Martha chest, had been named Nelson Rhodes made a stirring appeal Tinder. by the Kaiser as the sutrap who was to at the Court House in behalf of this Mount. Annie .Mar West Park-Jo- an collect from us the indemnity Germany organization. He said 100,000 Ameri- garet Elkin. 4 he thought would be about enough to cov- can troops would soon be in BROWN Ballard. East Bryuntsville-Muy- nie world-wa- r spoke of the one army division, u force Mrs. B. C. Rose, Mrs. Richard Burton. er her cost in the present In loving remembrance of John Bryant and leave a little ovcrforgood measure. of marines and nine regiments of enWest Brvantsville-Elizab- eth W. Brown who died on the morning of Being a ruthlessly scientific crowd, gineers together with 10,000 doctors Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mrs. Burgess. May 17th.. at lu::!0 o'clock at the St. Buckeye- - Leotu Ray. IVachie Mae the kaiser's satrap und nis assistants with many nurses who had just been Joseph Infirmary at Lexington where would doubtlejs apportion what share ordered abroad and asked the question Sanders, Virginia Bourne, Mrs. J. L. he hud been taken with the hope that of this tribute each state and each if we were not going to do our small lMwnrds. given would be benefit; The Hous- e- Elizabeth the treatment was to pay. They might levy an part by supplying their needs. School town Walker but ulus ull that could bo done wns uf upon the town of Lancaster, dominant noto at the meeting was one Gibbs. Dr. Wheeler. impost Eldridge, Ethel no avail. just as Geiman lordlings have done up- of seriousness rather than enthusiasm, Paint Altho sick hut a short while he sulTer. on unfortunate cities of Belgium and a recognition of the gravity of the sit- Estridge, Miss McWhortir, Mrs. Robt. ed intensely at times but bore it with northern France, Then it would come uation, of the fuct that this war must Wulker. sweet patience and submission' .Miss that home directly to us. We would know irove enormously costly, that we must Union -- Annie Belle Burnside, whicn was characteristic of Ids life. what it meant to have failed in our duty. face the situation with u grim deter Hammund, Mary May Walker, Mrs. When he leurned of his serious condi- Now one of the wajB to perform our mination to use our power of finance Woods Walker. tion he replied thut it would soon do its duty h to see that our common country und material resources us well as our We ulsu ask all of those whose names work, "but let it be as it may, I huve has all the money needed both for its man power were the thoughts Mr. are printed above to meet with us at implicit faith in all of God's promises, thodes brought out. own war purposes and for loans to our the Citizens Bank Saturday afternoon At this meeting Rev. II. S. Hudson at !i o'clock that we may perfect ar- and his sustaining power is behind it allies. Every one of us should take at ull." least one of the Liberty loan bonds und was made chairman of Garrard County rangements for June 5th. Of his life too much cur.rot be euid, then should constitute himself u com- Chupter.Miss Helen Gill. vice chairman, Registration day for service under wo can praise his many excellent qualmittee of one to urge his neighbors to Miss Sue Shelby Mason, secretary and Mr. Joe Walker, treasurer. The chair- '.he war army bill will be made the oc; ities; but the best can be said he win u do the same thing. with-men nf other committees will be print- casion for patriotic demonstrations all faithful christain und lived a life out reproach. ed later. The names of those who join over the country. lie wus u member of the Methodist this chapter will be printed from time W. C. T. 0. Exports to Europe defv submarines, Church.devotcd und true, ever ready to to time. Those who have joined volun?21C,O0O,ci02 was sent there in April us ussist in any thing that would Le un The District convention convenes in tarily this week are us follows: in l ebuary France honor to the master's cause. W hope u large Richmond, June Rev. II. S. Hudson, John Farm, against Forty-siyears ago lie wus married to delegation will go from here. On the Shelby Mason, Helen Gill, F. P. Fris-bi- is the heaviest buyer. Miss Molliu E. Ray und their married It is now n solemn obligation upon eery farmer to see that his evening of thu 11th there will be a W. O. Itigney, L. L. Wulker, Dr. This war cannot bo won alone by was like one long continued honey- corn is cultivated, so as to make uvcry grain count Gold medal contest. Christine Sanders W. A. Wheeler. Dr. J. M. Acton. J. E. soldiers. Its success will depend upon life Moating and yield its uton in harmony sweet. moon and Owen Hendren will represent the Stormes, Joe Walker, W. H. Denny, most. The eyes of the whole world are turned toward the American what we do at home. Victory will deHe is survived by wife, three brothLancaster union. Dr. V. G. Kinnaird, Sherley Hudson, pend upon thu efficient mobilization of farmer and upon him falls the responsibility of not only supplying his June 0th is Flower mistion. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. It. L. Elkin, Dan agricultural, industrial and financial ers and one sister und n number of own country with enough to eat. but the Allied countries are dependrelatives und friends. Elkin, Mrs. Frank Marksbury, resources. Collier Free from care, sorrow und suiter-in- g ing upon him nlso. In view of these conditions it becomes the Milemn Martha Gill, Mrs. R. U. McRoberts. FINE HOGS. may God keep his memory green obligation for every farmer to use the very Our entrance Into the war helped to It. E. McRoberts, Ben Hudson, J. J. .best cultivator to make Mefsrs Lawson and Montgomery of Walker, Jesse Doty, J. W. Miller, Jno. free the Russian people from the iron und make his life u blessing to us ull. his laud produce the utmost. Itavenwood, Mo., ure advertising some M. Sanders, Mrs. Martha Frisbie, Mrs. rule of the Czar und make democracy Get one of these cultivators while they lust. of their thorough bred Poland China F. P. Frisbie, W. I). Burton, A. W. supreme. Our eutran.ee into the war CARD OF THANKS We can Kavunuugh, George Palmer, J. Y. has heartened France und England and hogs for sale in this issue. I wish to thank both friends and heartily recommend these gentlemen Robinson, Mrs II. S. Hudson, J. E. other allied nations that were almost Miss discouraged. And we shall stay in the neighbors who were so kind and symand assure our friends that they will Robinson, Mrs. J. E. RoMnson, be pleased with any purchase made Lena Bright. Miss Julia Reid, Richard war until we have won a peace that pathetic in my groat sorrow. Mrs. Eugene Berkle. Phone 27. will mean victory for humanity. licyle, Mra Bella Arnold Francis. Bryantsville, Ky. through them. iliii-kI 1 Eighth District Publishers League. HI' V - 1 SAFE all-wo- e tin-stl- e - - - tr Hart, Schaffher & Marx Spring Suits $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 Cizi-zen- JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, pouter-pigeo- n Lick-Jean- ette ( e. x Becker & Ballard. The Central Record, Thursday, May 31, 1917. Miss Pauline Itnss, oj Mays I.ick, visiting Miss Mary lliillurd. Is One-HalfPri- Mr?. Will Price, of Danville, was to see lier grandmother, Mrs. I). M, lackey. Mondtiv. 4 MAN T M ! ce Miss Mary Manuel spent Saturday and Sunday with parents and friends in KILLED l ran wrcnarn. WOMEN'S AND MISSES Miis Maliel Mason, n f Richmond, will visit Misses Fannie and Hettie West during Commencement. Friends are delighted that Mrs. 1). her bright vivacious self again after several weeks illness. M. Lackey i(i J Cloth Suits for the next week will be offered at half price and less .nr. ami airs, i. n. warn nni riniil-i- . ren nnd Mr. Jim Hourne. of Lexington, spent Sunday with home. folks here. I ' W-- ,iiiit' ).s little Mr and Mrs. (ieorgc Mcltoherts are), Hetsy Margaret have been the week-engue?t of .!r. and Mrs. J. I!. Mount. ' Tornados Sweeping the Country Hundreds Killed Thousands Injured. Wind and Hail doing Tremendous Damage to Homes and Crops. S1.000.00 Policy Carries You Three Years For - Your Choice of What is Left For $14.98 WAISTS A Mrs Mary A. Sanders and daughter. Miss IVarhie Mne, of Cov. and Mr". Salhe Sanders of Lancaster, spent Kndav with Mrs. J. S. Johnson. rs. liert Llkin Kmhry. Itaney. Ilohmsnn Cook, Charlie Sander Wil'ic It. West and Edwin Walker have returned from Millcrsl.urg where the attended sclfool Inst )ear. M 4.00 - 7. WITH - - Beautiful Patterns in Axminister, Velvet and Brussels J' Q (9 0 shipment of Mr. John M. Carpenter, who ha heen visiting relatives here since l relurn from Florida, was called to Iteil Ibick Okln, Wednesday, by the illnes (if his on. Mr. James Carpenter. We INSURANCE MAN. Corn, Wheat. Tobacco and Hemp Crop. 40C TO arc 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 GEORGETTE & CRCPEDECIIINE WAISTS just received. Every style preferment is to be found in this group. J a V A Misses Joan Mount, Helen nud Mar- tha 'It I. Sue Shelby Mason, and Mes- Ql i! i.net Hubert Klkin and Frank Marks hurry, motored to Danville Wednesday X l" ln,,t;t with the lied Cross chapter of that city. Q a S4.00 PER THEN ACRE AGAINST HAIL. ' BUY 0 THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE 0 The One Price Store. THE BEST MAKE OF IMPLEMENTS ON THE MARKET. J a Mr. C. I). McCarty, our efficient plummer, lias been sutlcrcd from nn infected hand caused by a small cut, and is now in the St Joseph Infirmary His friends will he clad at Lexington. t know that he is recovering rapidlv, n'though at ene time- - his was coiinderril serious. LjllTY BOjID, YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, j D House of Quality. John Deere Binder $145.00. John Deere Cultivator $33.00, Oliver Cultivator $3 .50. Walking Cultivator $ 5.00. J. R. MOUNT & CO. 1 I j ' he Square Deal House. a HI riE M.S. HATFIELD nnMTlCT - LANCASTER, - - irnri KENTUCKY. r 3ME 3 Fir1 We represent the TWO FAMOUS CARS THE MOBILE AND pastwetk. Mrs. Adkerson is well and expensive?" New York Times. W popularly remembered as Miss Debbie Single Comb lirown Leghorn Eggs, Playing for Dig Stake. Hation, who tor a time lived in our 10 for 73 "N your lawjer devoted t citj. Mrs Adkerson sane at the Chris-tia- n ht In- "ox 272. cents. 100 for SI.C0 CASH, Eric C. Farra. church last Sunday morning and at terest?" "Well, jes; but he seems a I the patriotic sirvice held at the school heap more Interested In my principal." Judge. NOTICE Auditorium last Sunday night, delight- i ing these splendid audiences with her I am stauding my thoroughbred Had Enough. melodious and dramatic voice. "Oh, rurse thoi-- e organ recitals," Shorthorn hull at $1.00 cash. Wm. Ray, Hiattsville, Ky. The Kentucky Standard, of Hards-tow- cried the studnt, ns the zoology lecKv. contains the following article turer reached for another cat. Froth. about n splendid young Kentuckian. FOR RENT. A flrltl Mention of the ComIn$i end who has often visited in this county I p,v.. -- .,.., I Citings byTnoic Vvi Arc Tntrrcslcd In. ..... Too Great a Risk. tiuustr mum irnnipn nnn where he has many friends: An uilvertUlug Insurance company four acres of grass. Located one mile "John Dozier Pope Arnold, the Posyoungest son of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. promises that If you Insure and get from town on Lexington pike. get from 5"t,000 to session July 1st. W. D. Walker. Mrs. E. W. Allen of Lexington, wai Arnold, of llotrti. Nelson county, who killed "you will gets We wonder how a man JIS.WHI." for the pdt seven years has been loca money the guest of friends here Monday. after bo has been killed? The teil in liiriningham, Ala., holding the experiment Is hardly worth trying. Miss I. the) Cecil is in Hrodhead the CONTRACTOR WANTED. guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ja. Meredith. responsible position as Station Account- New llavtn Journal-Courieant at the Union Passenger Station, Wanted a contractor to build one Miss Sallie Ltltz wascalled to London working jointly for the L. ,i N. and A. Substitute for Milk. mile of turnpike on Wolf Trail road. Wednesdav by thoillnessof her mother. H. ,t A. Railroads has passed a very In place of will;. Juice of the Call on or phone. Frank l,and. creditable examination and is now in many parts tree is used In Mrs. Hunter Kay returned Saturday Phone 37.J. outt. No. 3. training at the Otlicer's Training Camp of Hrazll. It Is sweet tit the taste und from a vi-- it to relatives in Lebanon but after "i milky in nppearai.ee, at Kurt .McPherson, (5a. and Texas. liours It turns Into tin elastic muss simNOTICE Dr. J J. Pursley and Mrs. Pursley. ilar to rubber In Its raw state. The nourishing, pectoral W. (i, Clark lost three head of nice fruit possesses of Louisville, liave been visiting the As admincstratorof the estate of J. family of Mr. ami Mrs. Allie SanJers. cattle last Week thought to be poijencd iiml emollient properties. W. lirown, deceased, notice is hereby by eating (.round Ivy. given Missjs .Sue Chenault ami Mary Louise that all thot,e having claims against said estate will present same Covington of Richmond, were guests at LOST Between II. II. Northcott's to the undersigned, prnptrlv proven. a week-enhoue party of Miss Charlie and Post otlice, a black pocket book Those endebted to same will please call Elmore. somewhat worn. Reward if returned nnd settle at once. Mr. and Mrs. L. Manuel and sons. J. to this ollice. J. E. Dickeison, Admir. I). Alvin spent Saturday and Sunday, Let us make or have engraved vour with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dearinger. of isttli.r I .iinls I nl'll ill Imw Antimmi..) Richmond. PORE BRED POLAND CHINA ment and etc. See the work of The Mrs. T. L. (Veil who has been sick Central Hecord. (tt'l HOGS, FOR SALE. for some time, continues very ill. but her many friends are hoping to see her Strayed: To my place last December, We have the Snotted Poland China out again ical soon. small red shoat, weight now about 100 fall males ready for service. Full gilts and get a bargain in and spring pigs of both sexes. Mrs. A. J. Manuel of Crab Orchard pounds. Owner can have same by pay Can Ing for this notice and cost of keep. ami ton, Maurice, ami little grand-somate them if desired. If interested, all 5- I). J. Walton. t. write, t'ljde. are spending the week end with Lawson and .Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie llaierlein. liaveinvood, .Mo. NOTICE Mr. Story I). Herron. who is "making good" at Luxon'g Carage in liiih-monAll perhons holding claims against spent Sunday and Monday here thd estate of the lute W. L. Todd willi Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.. E. should present same to the undersignHerron. ed, properly procn, on or J Mr. and Mrs. Preston Adkerson, of Economy of Wickedness. Kiile!;er "Why don't you turn over Lynchburg, Va.. have been pleasant guests of relatives in the city for the n new leafl" Locker "With putter scl )f Gossip About People VJVr? TRIMMED HATS before DMi IliTHEiS We have with us a graduate of the Hupniobilc 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. Arcade KINNAIRD Garage BROS., Co. Managers. Munday afternoon Miss Helen Young July 1st U'I7. Those indebted to said entertained at n must enjoyable small estate will please settle at once. J. A. and U. It. Todd. Agts. party in honor of Misses Chenault and (!.3l-:U- ) Covington, the guests of Miss Charlie Let every one exert himself to buy u Klmore. Liberty llond and add to the purchasMr. and MrsCabel Denny, Mr. Funny ing power of the nation. Then will he Farru and Mrs. Dolly Ilro.vn attended 'contribute to the victory for humanity tue iieiiicauoii serviced ot the new land to the fulfillment of iluncroft's I'rovldenco church in Jessamine County prophesy: "In the cabin of tho May Sunday. flower humanity recovered its right". Mrs. Scott (llore, Mrs. Will Price, We add that future historians will reMiss Amelia Verlcea and Mr. Nelson cord that through President Wilson's Itodcs, of Danville were here Monday war message of l'JI7. tho rights of afternoon in the interest of the Ited humanity were made perpetually secure. Cross work. Refusal to register is punishuble by Mr. ami Mrs. W. I!. Cook, Mr, and imprisonment for one year. No slackII. T. Embry. Mrs. W. T. West, Mrs. er can hope to escape with u magisterMrs, Mary Sanders and Miss Margaret ial rebuke or a fine. The man who Cook aru In Millersburg this week for falls to respond to his country's call the Commencement at M. M, 1. will be treated as u criminal. Among Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stephens. Mr. the young men of America there are and Mrs. Woodford Spears of Paris, very few of that kind. The registraand Mrs. Sum Wilson of Lexington, tion must be completed In one day. motored over to see Mrs. 1). M, Lac- Machinery to expedite the enrollments key and Miss Jeunie Lackey, Wednes bus been provided In every village, day. town and city of the country. We have marked our $5.00 Hats down to S3.S0 I have opened up a $10. Hats down to ip.Uv OH Rf PLUMBING an!) and have made cuts on all ready to wears and shapes, for cash only. See for yourself. TIN SHOP in Lancaster, over J, R. Mount & Cos., store. I ilMimntee my work to liivc satisfaction anil my prices will be riiJlit. Rella Arnold Francis Public Square Your business will i,j appreciated. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, May 31, 1917. DUIffi no. Summer Colds Weaken They arc-- even moro d.incrrou.i colds, for tiny hant: on o lone LIED TO THE POPE. than winter that they ho--c and dust me chronic Htat tr. m. cafw the iif. i!rd surface to md fill the bod; w ,h s)trmio catarrh. Neglect coeIs. health nnd energy. A Professor's Story Cy The PER UN A EXPELS CATARRH more it builds up the wakened rystrm. renulates the diction, removes the inflammation, ovuniD'w the poisons of catarrh, ami in-- x years of succcs proven it great value, of isoralM all over. Forty-fou- r which thousands gladly testify. ir vourrflf. Don't be swuyil by Accent, tho vcrdi. t of t o rI Tal.e lVruna nr.d get well .itstaki prejudice, wlu-- jv V mere convenient. I,iqu;.l or laMi ' ,'irrv!..i. v r Columliiu, Ohio Tho Perun.x Company. COX It dees Koop After the denlli il I'm t man. "'lie of the tin t iH'tmirUal'V s i nt ticrnmiii. Hie foilovfiiit: man-ilelitist ripl Wim round a'amur Ill 'iin' Ills miii. into nhi se IhiiiiI.. tlic.v frll for a bum while t" publish Ii. for Ib-- ro Lr3' DC DC D RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Illp.it now tin Country i calling for men of 'tout hearts a:id sjund bvdie. It needs them to ke-- p Old tilorv triumphant and unsullied in the air. Thf exigency now cunfr ntini? us emphasize, in nothing else eould do, the importurce of ood health, both as an individual and national asset. It irives point to the sulfation, often emanating from this ollice, that everybody should tiuard their health in n priceless possession. When you find yourselt run.iint; down and not otnctl.v keyed up to the fighting pitch, as i the ease with even body at times. You ouclu to come to Nature's relief and take a course, f COM-CEL-SA- R Legally jjtiaranteed to satisfy you, or nieney bark If you'll do that, von will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back lioni" for jck of red blo)d when von nr.swer ilie call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach. liver, kidi.ev's, bow-Is- , tuedder, blood and indigestion and headaches, iheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'K is best for HI' MAN SKIN, only luc a bar, 3 bars 2,1c. Trv our COWHOY I.INl.MENT. for all l'ains, bruises, burns, etc. 'Sic and 50c bottles I not photograph spirit? a person HUM be .silcmc. Nov.. b chemical nu'clit wo photoiii.ipli matter wo ean see .Mure than tin, we which photograph objeits we eanuot set ex cept by the aid of the ml, ro.eepe. Still inure, we photograph obJeeN bejoinl the raiiL'e of our Ulou eieu aitl-te- d b.v the telesiojie. Kw. lua we not by tin- - extension of the pirnes at lat Ki't a pieture of belinri elllm: In slilrlt form? ThN dry si lentllle prefare l but pre Uiuliiary to the story I hae to tell and U essential to Its uinlerstandliii. Ten yearn a:o I married IxiiiUa Miirl.haiu I'lve yearn nico she died Slme then my seiehtltle studies bate run in but one view, to hrlm; l er within the slht of my mortal ejes n new The dlseoery of iiuliiiui Impulse 10 my Imostlcatlons. Kadiiiui is the tlrst Mihstauee Known to exert power without exhaiistlu ltelf. The steam engine must hate mil. the 1h1 fooil. Ah mhiii us I heard of radium It Mruek n.e that here was a substance akin to spirit, neither reiulilti fuel We may photograph matter even tliotisli Invisible Therefore may we leads lloldlm; the elialr of lienil-- i in Hi" all the Work or mj lirnlu mlvcisitv ha been devoted to the ,lei (imposition mid rocoiistrm lion of mailer. I hate loin; been cniiv Innsl that we mint pas through matter to get at s,'lrll In oth or word, our medium lnii ad of bolim . Wolo I hose who It 'i'VuI III. ; i Ini it bud impaired Ms nun.: ;i wr! a his IhwI) 1, i,,ii il i up; r Il IIowovi i alien In lelilitie Tin- - ui. .' tile heir at last iissenud ne promise to the I'opo to slop depeitini; llelKinii and virtually inurilciiiii: thun In imi'iin: them to hard t.asks, ill nourished ai d That promise has been broken ih ensih as the Kmser'n promise to Al i riea after the Is ainone sinking of the I.U'itainn stirptisid? L.tii'K to the IVpe will strike ieriim who are neither superstitious nor piufoumllv relit?. i. us beltiK a rather rntten thtiiK for u mon-are- h to do. but is then-aneiirw of the tiermnii Kuipire wi enl eot eoirimit? Surely not. A rill, i wh., i an "for diecipliunrj purHsi s" i.nlei erim-na- l assiiiills upon llelKian Hetiii n. -- e lectii'tf the maiket place of ,tei;e at the ceiii' of the crimes, lest the. news of friKhtfulness inlKhl nut irael fust or far enoiiKll to lmve itself et. is expn ble of every iiilain. And nriniis In vestlKators u;ree that the oiitrnites which beuan in lleluium with the be. ktiniht; of the invasion weie oidered. as a purl of the fundamental ml in policy of llermany. iVhat, In comparison, is tnere! I.miik to the l'lipe' Iiuer's "promises" include the Double.the Weight Six Weeks Grain feed will not m.ikc as it a cluck i;rnv as f.i-.- t at nlH)iiM,liccausci:raiiiili.)''3 not supply cn mull td tin. elements llMtituLcllo( il, jii net esionc, feathers and meat Purina Chicken Chowder and nuVet much finer Elowtli, When I'utiniChic ken Chnw dcr ii Ir 1 iih l'urinj Chick I'eed as diiccted nc Kujrjntce tnppliri thcf dementi in It ,ihunjj(t Thin the cluck it c mtrtft nouti.hfil Double Development or Money Back Murine ttir flrt ill ivreha fit the rtittk't Hie. boki lacucvteriioara uafi uoir, CANNING CLUBS. pie All oer the State canning clubs are scattered, ami thev are comMised of the joiii.i; women of the coinmunitv When cannini; tune comes the club travels from farm to farm and does the canning on a wholesale scale. The) carrv with them their cans, and thev set up houst keeping with nothlliK pump, m il a but a table, h stove, tarp.iiinn in c ise of rain. Some of the member of III. clubs are peeler. til er.s are eioks, the work i so orj;imi. im!. vtt:lv K'e in fact, that etch meinPer about her appointed task as do the bees in the hive. Aral one of the plenant t hi t little sin If ft litlires of tlu work . )racllt.av ,.v,tv crllt mi,. ln 11 rrnvidcs an abundance of Chlctlted Purin PURINA PURINA tint and Energy. CHICK FEED CHICKEN CHOWDER ' Chklrn Owwilcr tmildi Bon. kBIotxL Fe.tb- McaL Len,tiKlUa J I or iSnle L3y ALL DEALE RS , .... , .,,,, ... .' , STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 372-J-3- Jack-VVhite-Mo- on West Uroadwav. LOUISVILLE. KY. DC 3C DC SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY,June .Oth Southern RailwaySystem Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville, Ky. to Louisville Lawrenceburg .$1.00 $1.50 Shelbyville Harrodsburg . . $1.25 .$ .50 and Similar reductions to all local stations between Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Danville RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .5:30 P. M. for further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. IN BUYING Green Seal Pairrtr you need take nothing for granted the exact formula is printed on the back of every package. Thb formula L the result of 28 years of painstaking experience, costly experiments, and It is mathematically correct. This formula discloses that Hanna's Green Seal Paint is composed of a predominance of pure White lA'ad with just enough zinc to temper or harden it to prevent chalking quickly. H ANNA'S I will not ask you to follow- - me in my studies of plninniililr proei-sse- . I tried to penetrate the realm of soul. 1 will only sa.v that I at last dUmver ed a Mllistniu e which 1 i (inverted Into u plate, or. rather, laid upon n plate, n hundred time more sensitive than any know n form of matter. it w.i one or (iiuii., i imu (rteu in iikikiii ordinary photographs and failed Hut on one while esiierlnienlluc with It I was called awa.v On retiirnluK several da.vs hiler I took the plate from trenches. develop It the auiiTU to To aslj:n a reason for this Impulse I had no nidi t of vvhli h I vva conscious would to leave the Nclentlfle I Held and enter that of ps.vi holou-y- . urn eouvliHiHl that I was Impelled by one In the spirit world to develop Such din Hon clven to human thought I very i niiiinuii. I developed my plate not with the Usual uueiits, but other! I had proved by experiment to be far more delicate and what was my astonishment to see the semblance of human form The difference them and llvlua persons I cannot explain. To irct an Idea of them they must he scon. e Why these tljjure had appeared my camera 1 do not know I lould never Kct them airalii If they were spirits they had happened to lie where they would be photnirmphcd. I pondered loin: nu bow I inlxht pho toraph my wife, provided she wn lie eilstomcd to freipii'lit place she had been Used to fn'ipieutlm; 111 life There 1 a window of her liislroom at which she iiik1 to sit mid look over u view of nillliiK ground on whhh were MiHter It ed several of Ihe ollek'e blllldlin: oci lined to me to keep a plate '"Ii stnntly exposed bearing on the hair she had used in this window in the hope that she would conic there - show A week's exposure falhsl in.v lmprcin mi the plate Ps iblj I I thoimht. ordinarr lli:ht not trima I determined enough fur the purpose to e the striuiLi.-- l llvhl avallahle The iiMUil faied smith, the sun holm; In. I, in tin on it in summer from s morulm.' till about ." In the cvcnlm.. I rlKfed a lens mi Ihe pihi. iple or tie oiuluiiii Minlass mitslile the window, m throwiiii: mi Ihe . h.ilr a lulu posed of the louveiuin iu.vm of th sun M lens was atniliiftsl In turn li h I. work, so that Ihe lluhl Ihrowii on Ihe hair wmilii inulimie liri-- lu f the sunn nppan lit mothm. I eMHi-c- d luv plate all one veij (deal la.v but fmind in.iliini: mi il when I m II, e siinisshe dajs the I i uiillimi'il tho ex Mill f liuiie "i I tear .insure Al'l'-- Ihe lilt e.xiuisiileu faint lluurc apre.iied mi the plate. A print showed a W' man siitlmr in the hair. The tlitutc was not tlli lin t eimUKh for me to tell whether or not It vva that of n J v wife. 1 uinuriied the lin perAH tlon of my materials and sitdied that I laid nolle mote ilelliale. I aiudit the ilimro at the vvludoiv times, hut the impicssloii was bluireil, Ilo I longed to pro-Juu- i u ili t me that would Kite Ihe feature of the fine: llollhllesH I would then see m. wife loukliu ut me a nhe bad olteii dune while slltlllK III eat Itade iiave been issmsl tin past week to the member of Hie cann ne, clubs. They are red, while and hue pins, which bear the four li s. the in siKiiia of the canning club, uhi.b stand for "KiibI Training; in Head. Heart, Hand ami Health." In Harrodsburi: this bade is to be ... a..,i a i(,.,i i'. Ta.. li .v It has heen chosen by the I!od C'rox chapter because, by learning to can scientifically, the woroer can serve their country a does the mar in the cation in the nearest countv W. Funeral Lancaster, 0. BIGNEY Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Fair Treatment! Resilience I'hntie 'M fr Ollice l'liono 18. I, Fair List Prices E3 Lift Up Car with Your Ford 'i fv .t ii in ii inmnnTii""rl 375 si2&xv inch 375 BLACK SAFETY TREAD TIRES Ford car pOUR haughtier stands higher on thoso new I and ! GOODRICH SfiRKfiS Super-Tiresth- Q tl. Tire oi iieroic Goodrich's i Ford Car ai2e: s" r "Three-Seventy-Fivc- - lviore styusn in tneir extra size more resilient in their extra rubber they givo your Ford car a smarter dress and greater comfort in smoother riding that tlirico cancel their slightly higher first cost. er Fashioned with the Goodrich Safety Tread only, these are Do Luxe tires for your Ford, Their resilience doubles the life of your car and triples tho joy of your motoring. five-fing- 1 S I - that chair. Soon nflcr this ' Hanna's Green Seal The Made to Wear Paint" SOLD BY CONN BROTHERS. ihaiiKed the liusl I laid out a se of my liivcstlmitious. ties of expcilinciitK nt takiuir pliture I worl.nl With the Unlit of radllllil. did thought so liiccssuiitly Unit nt last 3iy friend inlerferisl, lliluklnu I would They Interrupted me break down. I '.low ever, Jus us I hud kiu i ceiled. 'luve made a nunilicr nf phntoxinpln if in) wife linlillii-.- ' out her aims to tie and weurinu that smile (On the day this last paniKraph wax vrltteu I'rofessor Koopman was takea o a tmultarluiu, when; lie iIIihI.I --i inv I Cot Little Moro Tht liandtom. Su.kr lir.ltt ImU mora mvnvy inka D Lut Cu. P.I.. Fcb 376 (31x3V.) $18.08 is moro, they OUTLAST ordinary tires. What Jfcws) Ts r 7M ftO The B. F. Goodrich Company Akron, Ohio 3031i OUtuUr U) . 10.80 jm. Best in the Lonq JPuri The Central Record, Thursday, May 31, 1917. llourm; nlso Mrs. (Ulhert and Hunn PAINT LICK Wilson of Paint Lick were entertained A. T. niid J, , Knunden hut one of "at Dinner" Sunday hy Mrs. Mary A. Miss Elizabeth llcasley is at homo Sunders anil fnmilv. their registered heifers last week. for the holidays. Mr. J op Aldriile' nrnl family were Mrs. Carlos Hvdrick was hostess at a dining on Sunday. entertained Sunday liy Mr. nnd Mrs. HUCKKYE Jnsie Mathews, Miss l.ury I'rancls Inn been n recent Mr. htm Mrs Scott of ItarrtHlshttrg visitor it Richmond. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Llgii Scott and Imliy, were week-en- d visitors of Mr. nml Mrs. Mrs. Morris Ilurtnn was n visitor In of llnrrmlshurg, visited Mrs. A. C. Hcrhcrl Carter. Kurt Kstill recently. Miles last Week. MlrH I'i'iirl, Cora nml N'ora Math-rw- i Mrs. Arthur llreeze of Iidillehoro, OHice at Itnlney a Livery Stnlile. Mrs. Mai Carter was given surprise is viMtlng her mother, Mrs. K. K. White, visitors of Miss with week-enliirlhdiiy dinner at her home Saturday. Miittio It. Colili. Kentucky l.Miiciisicr. Miss Kthel Kstridge leaves WednesMrs Kthcl Clouv of Danville wii Ahotil thirty relatives and friends were day for visit to friends in Knoxville, ptesent nnd n very pleasant day was Tenn. 12 h. tn. I'hone I S to with her mother Mrs A ii nl ii Clout': l"U(v enjoyed hy all. KW. ltn I 7tn'J..mJ till' IIHSt Wet'k-etll- l. Mrs. Keid l.ear and sons, of Middles- lied Top, Orange and Amher Cane horu, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mrs. Mnry Sanders unit daughter M. K. Denny and W. A. Seed; Millet, Soy llenns and Cow l'cas Lear I'eHchie Mac, were tin" guest of Mrs. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. for sale. J. S. Johnson hut l'riday. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Mrs. It. (1. Woods is visiting licr sis-Mrs. Phil McMilhaiianillittledaughl-c- r Mr. .1. V. Itrnuti died at the hospital let, Mrs. James Carlisle in .Mansfield, Oltlcc "loimr. HilllillliKiiVri Hurl A Alulei Knhcrta witi- - tin week-cuguests at Lexington, Thursday May 17th, at Ohio. .oll'f iirlitlare Slurc. of Mr. anil Mrs. Illijnl Mc.Millian. Ho years. the age of seventy-fou- r Mr. Itohert l.edford and family were I.ANCASTKIt. KENTUCKY. I!cv. Dun Carlos Janii's dehvered had been ill nly about a week and his guests of Mr. and Mr. M, I.. Noe, three very interesting seriniins nt (Icnlli rami' as iuto a shock to his Sunday. many relatives and friends. This com.Sentts Cork tho pal Lords l)a. Mr. and Mrs. .luck Davis vi"ited her Mises Ira lliiriletiaml Mary Kertzner munity, where he has lived almost all mother, Mrs. (leurge Hallard in Lancas-- , of Ins life feels a keen sene of loss in ter, Monday. of Lexington are the guest of the formlie was a devout ers parents Mr. an' Mrc. .I.O. ft n I in his untimely death. Mr. and .Mrs. Leslie Sloan of Hubble, member of the. Methodist church and Mr nml .Mr. I'oni Hicks were visitors for Men mill Ho.s Best by test was ever ready and willing to do all he were guests of Mi. ami Mrs. K. L. lOiijnh M c M ill in n Sun-jila- v of Mr. anil Mrs I'wry pair ftiiiriiiitt't-i- l could fur its ratle. lie leaves a de- Woods, Saturday and Sunday ami attenileil preaching at Scotts voted wife, who was Miss Mollle Hay, .Mr, and Mrs. W. .1. Cornn visited j I ork beforf her marriage, and three broth- his brother, Mr. J. It. Cornn at LanMr (i. W Thompson uhil wife of ers and one siter, Messrs liobert caster from Saturday until Monday. llourne attended pleaching at Seutts llrown of Frankfort. Tom llrown of Mrs. Woods Walker, Misses Maty pork ami were enter tumid liy Mr. and Monticello Ind, l.ee llrown of this: May and Klizaheth Walker attended Mrs l.ymi Colili. place, and Mrs. Helle l'oor of Wilmore. Mr am! Mrs Sam Tatiitn. Mr. nml After funeral services were conducted the Commence men! exercises at M. M. I. Monday and Tuesday. .Mrs I .old I. Sanders ami son lluroett at the grave li Itev. Palme tor, and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Miss niiznheth Kldndge of Sayre of ("rail Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Henry the remains were laid to rest in the Office Our National Hank. Montgomery and Mr Lewis Murph of Lancaster etnetery. College and Mi-- s l"ahelle West of Lex Itesidence I'hone I! OlHce Phone if? I.ANC ASTI.lt. KY COY ington Va., have been guests of Itev. W. M. Kldiidgc ami family the past week. Mr. Mrs- - 3 CHICKEN CHATTER. Not enough animal food, lark of exercise and too much cote llnrinent are nil enuses of leg weakness with the early liaKhcil In making n sitting lien's not I'm In some dirt first, then plenty of soft hay or oat straw When hatihlng vtntcli cloelj that lh" chick iln l ml get riwiij from the lieu mi l till) t'hlrl; must have all the water they want trom Hie start of foul- big. I'or the llrst two weeks feed ehleks hard liolled eggs, eilt lip line; coarse eortitueal, grit and a gornl ipinllty of hl k foisl. : CARDS.J D. Oscar Hammack and family. Tim Italston and Mr- - h'rank Itala-to- n Dr. Wm. Pryor, motored to llroadhead Sunday and were the guests of Itev. and Mrs. 1, N Howling. Mrs. Kdd Williams was in Itichmond Thursday to seu her sister. Miss Lucy Williams who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the nib-so- n Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. """"I chl'ks. I'so Mire p Infirmary. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Iloyd Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. John Wynn and Miss I'annie Dnwdeii motored to llerea the past week and attended the Chautauiua there Mr. ami Mrs. James Carlisle and son of Mansfield. Ohio, Mis Margaret White, of Lexington and Mrs. J. White of Niclmlasville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. O, Woods the past w : p e .? v .. ' eek. BROODER IMPORTANT. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes G. C. COX, Manse.Ky J. A.Beazlev John .)!. (!iise,v, I). V. S. Veterinary Surgeon. Crailuntt' 'iiiciiiniiti Cnllejle Vt'tcriiiury 111 mM .1 C dan villi;. I- -l. kdniucky. J. PATRICK, Kontucky Paint Lick, mm States mm Tires U rested An expert from the experiment sta- Where L.rgr Numbers ef Chicks Are Raised It l Inditpensable. tion nt Lexington will be present at That the iniportaiii e of the lirnodcr the regular meeting of the patriotic society, Friday night to give a practical In rearing' large liuinhers or Ineulnltor I eiestiinaled - the talk on establishing a Community Can- ihl l.s eaiii'ot I. itari'i . siigs'i intemlent oihiloii of N. nery ut this place. it I lie KaiiMi1. State A'.'rieiiltuial college pouliry fin in. Some nrtlllelal means of lirnmllug lie Piccripiini! i ehleks musth.iti h provldeil oruliell Inelll'll-lo- r In cool eohl wrath' iliieks for er Where u uniall Murk of hlrds Is to he raised It Is not prodtaMe to use for 15 warn the t'tandnnl rinxil) for nl) nkm tit In r the ititnliator nr lirtmiler. Imt . divaBcfl. A liquid iiac.1 Itirttnit lnie Inrge iilli'iliers of ehl' kens are I. uu. Your rrony rrltrftrtm itch. 8V, liarlc if Die first dottle thx-not Lrins luu handled the hrootlcr heconifs a matter relic r. Ask also about D. D. D. Soap. if ei'iiienleiice. Kei'iiiii:: ililths In large Hocks miniU I. McKnlierts. LancnstT. Ky mizes the lalitiritml letlnees tlit eoit of litai-s'- s ami jarils. V.'here hens nre iietl for lirowlers in eold wenther only hi- a it'H en to each hen. hick run Tins u colics a Ian: nimihor of etsips, nml he attemhiiit Is to give a' It L'r"ii neatly as niueh ntletitlim lis mM ho risiiiretl for line large Hock ared for hy the Prissier. V la 'go lerientaxe of the Inn Proud-"- i neks suffer from the effect of head lice. Tlie-- t- not only are Pother--nin- e to the newly hatchtsl clikk. hut rnme In he 11 Miitree of troultle D.D.D. Eczema Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. j Look Service Sign 1 txusi fiimfa ESCI iS - no nam ri m'iimki. Win re lieu are nut avallal le nml u few i tucks are to he raided It Is . Ihte In iniestroi ' a humeinatle John M. McRoberts. Dr. Printus Walker, Veterinary I'dlK Lain-sMi-r. Suryeon. prmpll ln I ilg f$ t M -- i reil r mglit l'liniie - :l(l Kentucky. Si : Phone 365-- BUCKEYE, KY. m, mm SATISFACTION The when bi 3 combination in The Insured 5-1- mm II I D. A. Agency Thomas. Also 0 Year Farm: Loans. a 20 world. Dealers who display this sign are the best dealers in their respective communities. Deal witii them - depend on their judgment and you will have supreme tire service. service that the dealer can supply you every sort oi: lire service from testing your wheel alignment and putting on your tires to a complete line of the best tire accessories in the and use. This sign also means to you tire complete line of United States Tires. the 'Nobby', the 'Chain', the 'Royal Cord', the 'Usco', the 'Plain', a tire for every need of price Tire dealers displaying thi3 sign carry a T cuic'.ch !' anil c rttueil w i i prowdt s. fflj noun for i tie t.en and i a ns tro u preilj v ro 'I .I i ret n la an tf I. 1..II el . ... .1 l.awks. at., it- - i.x i.l "11 ei foi uu ks hriKsler. Thee usually reipiire eiinsliP i..til.v inoie nltt'iitltm than tlnise on the market, hut will ghe fairly good l. i ma, The most eouuiiou nielliol nf heating these liouieuimle hroiIers is hy means of a Jug of hot water. A Pox which "UtaiiLs Miilieieiit room for from So to lisi i hicks nml which Is tight on nil sides eventing the front Is the llrst re. iiilreuient. fsoaic tnei'iiKl of ruti'.a(iiti should he provided mi the lop of the ho. A two gallim jug of hot ater furnishes the heating plant. The jug -- llif.lhl ill hlirlap to ITO- he . tis't the c hicks uml aid in retaining lite heat. 1 Ids lue .tier ill keep a limited iiumhei' of fhitl.s lerfoclly eomforta t Thcio ale nearly as many makes of hrotiilcrs on the niaikit im there ere Iniiihator f.ietorlis In the eowury. Many of lliece hroodciH r.re ! ehear v i oiihtruetoil us to 1 e U. tsmstaut dant'er of lire. Many muhII Prtuslern me oi the market, howeicr, whUii lire pracM c'll'y llreproof an I wh;t li have a of from .'Ji to Kci ehlikii. KENTUCKY GENULEMAN 5167 Hy I'hcutcr I'euwne :1IM hy ltc I'ea-v- i ' ne Klii hj IfeN McDotiald. I'irst ilain Curler Mill hy Itcd Squiriel r.;t hv Itlacl. Sciiirrel. I don't suppose there is u lietler In eil litiri-- e in K ntui'ky than Kintucky (iintleinan. lie has lieen one ofj the most biiccessful hori.es In the hhow ring that this county has produced in years. He is just the light size tor a middle horse and his first eolta which are four yearn old now are nhowing the saddle gaiu nicely. The Auto has put (he light driving horse out of husinesj to n certain extent, hut you don't have uny trouliln in Helling u middle horse. I am going to olTer the services of this great horse at the extremely low j to insure. 1 urn giving price of vou for wnai most men wuum i charge ijr. to to for. United Do you appreciate UT If " eml your best mure to the court oi Ken tucky (Jetillfmun nnd let him get you u nice colt. United States Tires I .1 l if" ires Use 'Nobby' The (or Kvvry Xvt-i- of Price and 'Chain' 'Uoyal Cord' 'Vxco' 'i'om !' States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Service Depotswho can tell you which of the five types of United States Tires exactly suits your needs. ijmmm . United Stata I t IlKS and llllt: MVKSSOKIKS Have AUtliv staling Worth and Wear that Make Unilnl Stales Tires Supreme Carj of Chicks, Provide tho with etean fnsli w.itcr until they ore ii liiontlt or s't weeks iSd. After the Hrt few Utij.t iH'd t:.u . '.t oi'.Ious. ureeii alfalfa. trt"itt tl as s or M't.v ottier sttllal le twu feid t1 Its t an lift if li material mi i..i " iVi't t'tmu'oal. erit nml toiicoeai seMtra'ly til t, hUltahli' fes.J lui i I'leniy of ex, f- Ie on range i.iul itlcii' t of inee-feed .mil Ifitemenl win pre-ut letr we.ikmiw, it klnv. or eiinnlUilUlii can he Tts' prevent. si In pitnltllng plenty of an nnd r iinal t- od. gieen fissl, exer. pulling it little km 1 In the liun-h- . imt ver itne.h.ilf of 1 K'f .ellt. Skliutulllv or htittertullk given the chicks to drink In a Ntulliiry dtlnMiig esel Is cm client for promoting uniform nml rapid growth uml Is one of the Pot preU'iitlves of Isnvel tronMe. - Iowa Agricultural College. Spade Up the Rune. d you tire keeping your ehleks In small runs ho sure to either move them frcuuciitly or ppnde over Ilmo Ihe ground, mixing with the turned over volt. This will prevent the soil from becoming foul. If J. NEVIN CARTER Stanford. Ky. S.EX CS-ARAGE, I-ANCAS- TER, KY, J2. I i i 1 The Central Record, Thursday, May 31, 1917. PRO- - "Do not hide behind petticoat or HOW IT IS FED AND REARED. children to avoid service in the new national nrmy," is the Injunction of I I'rovost Marshall Ccncral Crowder in' Which It Otgint Iti I) ii n otilcinl guide lie has issued to show Queer Home In Food That Would N.t Cireor Dsb llow iUotions put to those who regis Appeal to Children How a Small J ii in' Boy Deeame a Hero. If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, I! tor on guMe should lie answered. explains tliHt there is ro tin' Tills veulllK, x.l Id I liele lieu to Lit desire by the Covernmeiit to draft tiny sell or exchange, GET BUSY. nng In one who Is the Hole supp )rt of nny man tie .V1 and I'olly Aim, I am woman or chilil. hut points out that tell )ou about O O "unless the person you have in mi ml I! solely dependent on you' exeniptloiis WASPS AND A DOY. would not be granted. any location, adaptation or improvements I l.new The register will drop perimintly Onto when I wiimi (.mill b consult the from the lilt those whose physical i! a little fellow iiauieil Tommy Tump teds, such as me absence ot a leg or kins. CI Tommy was n wonderful boy. Mid lie un arm, makes unfitness for service did Ids best (o make tlic rc.--t of lis ouviou-- , out all oilier cluims for ex L emption will be passed upon by the think be was one. We hnd an old chicken hoiioe uherc local boards. The applicant will be re homes bit of wasps hail quired to state specifically the charnC' it Every spring the built their n gieat un-p- s bad ter of the work he is performing in time building more cells ami new order that the board may judge if it is bouses. LW such to warrant the (jovernment in ex In each cell, wow ere told, the mother wasp would lay an egg. which would cuting him from nnnv duty. If you are u felon or otherwise hatch out after nubile Into a lubj e morally deficient and to claim wasp, anil we were told nlso that be exemption on that ground, state vour fore the little white coer was fastened to the iivnlng III the oell Mt that tbe ground briellv", says the guide. luby wasp would be kept lib e nnd The diirerence between a "natural warm until It was able to take rare of (Him citizen and n naturalized citizni Itself tbe pantry would be stored with is explained c.irefully. and it is pointed food fur the liable to eat. out that even alien enemies within the And what do jou think the wn-Let us show you our fine of suitable presents Well. the nc;e limit will be inquired to register. feed their liable? e'n' them idee fat spiders. Spiders are Just although th-- y wi not be drafted. for the boy and girl graduate. as iiitieti afraid of waps as dies .in afraid of spiders. MT. ilKBRON When the wnp ealeh a spider iliey Leather Goods. Box Candy. Cut Flowers. sting him so bo ennnot lisht. Then F. V. Montgomery Saturday night nnd Fountain Fens. Jewelry. they drag liltta to their liest and stuff Sundaj . him Into one of the egg cells. ll and Fine Stationery. Kodaks. Mr. L. E. Speaks was in Lexington by. when the eell Is full of spider, the mother wasp will lay an egg In It on business Saturday. Ever Ready Razors. Pocket Knives. Then a warm curtain Is spun oter the Mr. WooJsin Scott of Nicholasviile When the b.ib mouth of .the cell was in this locality Sunday afternoon. wasp comes out of the egg It will .it The sunda) School at this place had these spiders. You know how a wasp can still an average attendance of 111! this Hoys and girls are generally afraid of month. n pz&mfr to Ihj them, they lane gtsM ?$s$xm Re. Kd Blakenun of llloomfield mi. and will pieaeh at this place the 1st Satur Little Tommy Tompkins, how pier, day night and Sunday in June. liecnmo quite a hern lit the iielglilxir WILL REWRITE THE BIBLE Messers Henry Montgomery and hood leeauo be said liu was not afraid I FARMER'S COLUMN! attended of wasps and bees. According to a copy of the German Thus. Hicks and families "They don't bit" me, wnsps don't. preaching at Scotts fork Sunday. newspaper Kreuzzeitung. of Berlin, l'ees don't neither. ' !. would nil). Eugene Clark and just received liere, the Hermans are Mr. and Mrs. If you made It ery pleasant for paee below tbl. tientflliK Is lot ltie exclu-Ir- going to rewrite tlio Bible. The article little daughter Gladys Stone of Burgin Tiifniuy Tompkins lie would come tnvt uae of oar tanner eubfcrlber. aiift 1, for says: were with her parents Mr. and Mrs. lain )our )ard and when a bee came tbe tale of :ocl. giani and mrli thiiix on "It must be one (if our first tasks on .Messrs. Hunter Ray and B. A. Dun- along hold out Ills little hand and let . farm ft, tbe firmer cuutiot ailurrt la ami the Insect settle there. The No notice will be accepted OTer lour the conclusion of this war, when Ger- can sold to V. A. Lear sorre hogs price wasps didn't sling Tommy, but now wo ll.ties nt tbe many shall arise out of it renewed in Jll per hundred, floe., and will beotilvla to be delivered this I nm gnmn up nnd know more that power and vitality like another phoenix, week. BCoan. free of charge about lutccts I don't think It so to set a board of qualified experts to Mrs. Wm. Brumfield of Jessamine stinu;e. The reason was be keit per work to produce, not only for our own and daughter Mrs. Anna FOR SALE: Sow and eight pics. Turpin of feet!)' still, so that he did not frighten Miss Hulda Boyle. benefit, but also for the moral uplift-in- s Frankfort were guests of Mr. and Mrs. or auger tlicui. f mankind, a new, a more glorious, Dillard BrumtieldThursday and Friday. While therit are rouio cross Insects that sting fulks without any seeming FOR SALE: A hay rake as good as a purer Bible, instinct with the German W. B. Montgomery Messers and rtuisou, usually If )ou stand perft-'tl- y S. il. Estea spirit of Kultur and morality." new. Saufley Hughes of Lancaster were till tho beu or wasp won't hurt you. In other words, if the Germans win Of coursu If bo has been stirred up by FOR SALE: Sow and nine piss Airs. this war we will not even be allowed with Mr Ernest Montgomery Wednesday, Mr Hughes bought some hemp somebody or something before Jou Anna Hubble. Hubble Ky. ' to worship God as we please. Think seed from M. L. Montgomery for $1.00 cvnue along ho Is going to lake It out on of studying a Bible "instinct with the FOR SALE-Fi- fty barrels of old per umbel and also engaged a few for you, so H Is Jut as well to keei a way German spirit of Kultur and moralitv". from stinging bugs and not try to be u corn. Phone 12. H. D. Frje. Hubble. Buy a Liberty bond as we don't care fall delivery at $5.00 tier bushel. Tommy Tompkins. On Saturday afternoon at the busiFOR SALE: 40 bu. cultivated hemp for that kind of "Kultur and morality.'ness session of the church the Mt. Heseed. G. M. Green, Numerical Puiile. bron church unanimously called Rev. I am tho uaiuo of a book that otic Lancvster Route 1. O. F. Sebastain for its pastor for a reads ery often, but never reads DlilVHR Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, 60c per year. Rev. Sebastain will preach here tliroQ;h, and I am composed of ten settingof 15. Mrs. Porter Rich. Phone STILL IS GAME ion the 3rd Sunday in June and will letters. My 3, S. 7. S. II ami 10 Is tho name of a bird and ulsn of b hinds; my then give his answer to the church. 1, 2, 'J, I, S, 4, C and Is the name of n Barred I'lymotli Rock eggs. 73c per ' person who Is suierIor to all other rula .p. !, U and 7 Is thu setting of lSJor twi. settings for 51.23. In wartime, my Sentences Were Tiresome. . tiamo of a metal. Mrs. J. E. Anderson Dowser "There goen Judge Answer. DUtlouiiry. Words: dinar) In addition to his being u tine FOR SALE: Puie Bred Barred Rock Jurist, he has the reputation of being dictator. Iron. eggs, 15 for j') cents. Phone "Xt J. English language." u master of the Tom Ray. Bowser "That may be, but I don't A Little Ri:h Day. like bin sentences; they nre too long. For Sale: Three vearold black jack, Sot many little people aie obliged to It took me six mouths to get to the end pay rent for the house they lite lit with white points; also two Annus bull vt one of them." I'apa tibial!)' attends to tint Not calves. A. I). Bradihaw. Master John Jacob Aslor. who win For Sale Cheap; Family mare. 15 four years old last Augii-- t Ills father This Way In. hamU.ifentle for children. G.A.Itowlirg .'aid ndmlsslon fees to the 20 (XO li'.ni theutirH throughout the Unltis' FOR SALE; Nice two jer.rold lillv. States In 1!1 ure snld to have been b Burtons horse an out of .i mare l , ?Jl!M"0t),). New York Telegraia. old Preston. R. K Henry. Gold on Grass Rocti. For Pale A good tobscco setter, So rich Is ii deposit of gold that has only been used to set about .0 acres of been discovered III the Malay states tn acc and is ready fo hitch to, now. that particle. of tbe preeioii metal S. Morgan. come up with the roots when grass H I I For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values oderate In Price hown To Buyers TICOATS". WARNS I I! VOST MARSHAL Sleepy Time Story About an Inter-- I csting Little Insect. 1 In accordance with the proclamation of 21 and 30,'. both inclusive, issued by President Wilson, all male citizens, between the ages are notified to report at their regular voting precincts on 30 OR 300 flOR&S I I Tuesday, June 5th, 1917, between the hours of 7 a. m., and 9 p. m., for the pur pose of registering for selective conscrtption. Failure to conform to the above order, will be punishable by imprisonment. I I i 1 Thomas Real Estate AGENCY I de-ir- a..T. BALLARD, JR. 4 Commencement. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT- 1917 McRoberts Dry a Store OF - sjif len-o- WINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. (Successors to Hugnis OF ,V hwinel resdl KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Headquarters for Real Estate IN aelver-tlie- ls-e- s "THE LAIND OP NOW" SXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. - 3U-- 11 0k Wurd-lelgb- ' Our records for tbe past eight uar show sales of more thnn 1:1, .'Jul acres of land, besides a large amount of town and city luoperly and stocks of merchandise, amounting to more than $l,.lMl.ti(KMil aril this business was done to the entire satisfaction of more than NH) clients and customer and they are my references for "fair dealing," From my experience tn the business I know how, when, where and what to advertise. To the one who has property to sell - farm lands, city property, duellings lots or business properly, merchandise or any real estate proiwsilion, I solicit your business, believing I can handle it tn your entire satisfaction. List vour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand it long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and jour prop-ert- ) may be just what am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I Milicit jour patronage ns I know values and know that when jou close n deal through me jou will get "value received" for your money. I have on bund for sale at all times a Large Number of Farms. Dwellings City l'roperty not in the ndverticed list, as my list of property is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new propertied and some of tny best proerties ure not advertised at the request of the owners. If you ure a non resident of (iarrard County, write me and I will tell von ull alioiit our County.lits fertile soil, its product, market facilities, good roads, schools and churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people and its L'rowth The following Is just a few of the properties I have on Hand for sale now. 1 FAIt.MS. about A funn of IMl ucres, Kill acr s of clilf and A fi rule farm of IM 1 MS mm FOR -- ALK-Ono 125 foot tobacco bed ready to set. Also one t vear old n.are, gentle for lady and children to V. S. Embrv. drive. 10 1 pulled. HiTiemliLr when you wife a kill and ellmbed the f. or pceyi tbrnirfb a kinit-holat thu rate trail! to sue a OldUuld drive wiuntt'ter iHitud llarn j Ilenr; :vud' flriit ear atouud tlio horse tra- - k? Kvoiy one said ho would get killed Hut bo didn't, and as tun "soon." yoare rollod on ha drove with tnoro I'ocklusj almmlon each season, breaking records gulore, but hl bonus FOR SALE High grade black bull. months old, also Poland Chum boar. Robt. Ii. Fox. tear old, largo typ-- . FOR SALE: ISO fojt tobacco bed. "I be cidy to set by June ilti. W Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed Dowadays. It reflects pood taste and favorable impression. 1'iiutu by American .lerr. tliggins. FOR SALE. I'leit ICarliana, pi nilerora, and Mone varieties, Also : v ilvi pi r plants toady in u few dava tlaj Sirs. S. C Henderson, Lowell, Ky. f?0ncDrop BourbonPoultryRemedv Ktrm.Vtjf JBW A f.iu. . ot. In I, .. wotrr cur.-- s tiirtnklnir One botllo makes inisllrliip. At liy mull uxttiald. Valu. book (nsioit niuesC iultry nAPPC rtill' and oilier chick l. CURES iru. ItMPI ()., lulailu, Sold by K. K. McKoberts. intact. Harney has been at the datiKeroun business for eighteen years now Four and flvu generations of drivers have arrived and passed along, but Harney seems to go on forever. This picture gives you an Idea ot how Old Father Tlmo has dealt with his arch enemy. Hurney at 3V, bo began young, you know, says ho la just In his prime, and that his coming Mason will be his most suctowiful. He has a new ear that Is a wonder, and Is in Cincinnati awaiting the chance that tho Cincinnati Speedway's Memorial Day race will give him to brink a few records and show tlio forty othor drivers entered in tbe big race that OlilttoM Is still king of lh' motor drivers. Lou live King Barney. and is on pike. A small farm of ii ncres, with ." room house, good luchnrd. well located 0,1 take. cloe to school and churches, or 111 acres with large bant adjoining can be added, making .'LI acres. Possession at once. A small farm of i:i acres, IIJ miles (roin town, on pike, nvy 7 room dvvHI- ing anil new barn, good land lies vell. A ffltm of Ml acres, on pike i!j miles fii.tn tow.t, land rolling, verj fertile 111 stly in grass, huge tobacco bam 1 room house. A farm of MJ ucres, extra tobacco and hetui land, tolling, large barns splendid dwelling, land well fencul and wi II vvateted Itriint I t.me ni.d other out huililings. A farm of UJ acres of rich land, part level and part tolling, fine dwcllinir of h rooms, balls, cellar etc. !i aere orchard, L't miles from town en mke This one a bargain. St; acres of very tertile land on pike 1 mile from (own. i.ood dwellim. .,,,,1 large barn and other outdiuildidgs, line ouliatil ni.it the land priced tight. A farm of -s acres, I miles fri.ru town, on ike, ImiI tutlly lollim? . splendid improvements. A faun of 110 acres of line land well itn loved, mi pike ticicri-ihllo mar. ket of three county seats land lies well. mile fiom pike, with reed bourne. A small farm of IS acres, partly rolling land, good improvement, on Pike Willi grazing land thrown in. acres with splendid improvements, land lies well ments. ,at once creates a lreas Association. Suppose you come and see the man) Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. JOHN JACOII ASTOU. THU Central Record. tho late Colonel John Jacob Astor, who was lost on thu steamship Titanic, provided In his will that young John I bo u Id Inherit u greut fortune. Ho lie U able to pay bit own way, ultlioiigh fits mother attends to all tho details. Young John doesn't know nor cart about It. Last year it cost over 127,000 baby. to support the CITY I'ltorilltTY: New muicrn dwelling of 8 n tins, '1 halls, cellar, bulb rorms mml itnploveineiitB, furnace lieatid, elecltlc lights, water wctks. tinall rmdein barn and 4 acres of land. A dwelling of 0 rutins aril cut buildirgs and 1 ucks of land. Another new modern dwelling of, 10 rruns with ull mcdern conveniences. A number of other dwellings and building lots. Fur further particular! and prices inquire of SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster. Kentucky.