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NUMBER 10. 985 REGISTER FOR SELECTIVE DRAFT SERVICE In Garrard County i Headquarters for IS COMPLETE AND Two hundred and HftV thousand lior-seand mules, costing about $1(10,000,-MXare to lie purchased liv the for use in the army. s ), With every evidence of their willingness to serve. !Mfi of Garrard's noble sons went to their various voting places last Tuesday and inscribed their Screen Doors, Month Tarkington's names upon the nution's roll of honor ".Seventeen", Lawn Mowers, The day was made the occasion for "Tal of Youth and Summertime and Screen Cloth, drum the Haxter Family Especially Wi- quite a display of patriotism, the lively-tattoLawn Swings, lliam", has juit been placed by the and trumpet corps keeping up a during the entire day. At the Navy Department on its lint for the Porch Swings, stroke of seven and with the opening crews' libraries of all naval vessels. of the registration booths, the old canOur Hag stands for both civil and non presented to the city by the U, S. Cream religious liberty, and when called to Government, fired the national salu'e, Oil Stoves, the colors every true Americah should until the hills fairly echoed from the answer to his fullest extent. Every old gun, which had probably not been Ice Chests, bond sold will strengthen our nation In lired since the civil war. Yet with all Hammocks, this trying hour and bless the purchas- the this noise, the clanging of the bells er. The sale of Liberty Loan bonds and the street parades by the boy scouts, Garden Plows, From every view- the entire county seemed to have senswill teach economy. House, Roof and Floor point, the selling campaign carries a ed the significance and solemnity of the .M We should stand ready occasion. strong apH-at- . ;otr Slock It Too Large To Name All Articles Thai We Carry. not only to encourage others to become Of the total number registered. S22 interested, but to otfer ourselves as an are white and 1(53 colored. East I'ark gave the largest number instrument in the promotion of the cause. of the nine precincts, those registering there numbering 13S. The Union precinct came up well with 10(5 and LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. W. C. T. U. tho?e in charge of the registration at The ladles are urged to meet ut the this precinct, say there were few who I t'nion room at 2 o'clock promptly. Sat claimed exemptions. urday, llnng the flowers made Into The total registration in the county Watch tne label on your paer and bouquets. exceeded the governments estimate, us We of today an- - Jint beginning to soon us It it gave (Iarrard's quota us U7.". see the entrance of women into the renew your subscription as grent. wiili-- lift- - of the world from which expires. We tire compelled to cut all TO TAX ADVERTISING delinquents, from our mailing hat. she hat heretofore been debarred. RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP War taxation of the publisher, adThis Is the farmer"' opportunity. He vertising receipts rather than increase It ii one why lluv n I.ilnTty Itoml. America of their postage rates was vigorously-urgeReaches Nearly 700 In Garrard County of volunteering to hel jour country is inked to provide food for exby representatives of national light u winning war. Ask nnv hanker. , and America's :ilhe. He thould Chapter. huy a bond und pect, and he may expect, to be well publishing interests at a conference Hi- - can tell jou how l ' paid for his effort with Senators who art- - redrafted the. help vou do Anyone who has been the least bit War Tax Hill. skeptical as to Garrard County's abili ity to support a Ited Cross Chapter, MR. MOUNT TO SPEAK. should have every doubt removed by 'X Mr. J. It. Mount announces that he now, since the membership in this ffk will speak in Stanford next Monday, chapter has reached nearly seven hun-- 1 county court da v. in the interest of his dred members since its organization I candidacy for the Democratic nomina- ten days ago. This number has been tion for State Senator. He extends a practically raised in six ot the nine V? cordial invitation to his opxnents to precincts in the county. The precincts of Paint Lick, liuckeyo and Lawson be present and hear him. School House have never been solicited. The committee appointed to work in HANDSOME FLAG. the three Lancaster precincts, two J The Odd Fellows of this city have Uryagtsville precincts and the precinct m recently had erected over their lodge at Walker's School house, on registraroom one of the largest Hags in the tion day, did noble work and when the JX (tovern-tha- t citv. The llag wus placed in position dollars began to roll in Tuesday night, ?5 'Can I afford not to da my part ir showing our under the supervision of Mr. John Wil- the ambitions of its local founders had every person in liams, the efficient custodian of the been realized, for they saw at once ment. our army, our navy and our Allies, lodge. The (lag is an honor to that that it would be a success and that they had the hearty and the United Stales is supporting them?" body and a credit to the city. PRICES RIGHT, ON Buggies AND Refrigerators, Freezers, We have in our sample room Harness Buggies. Paints. Houghton, Sidel, Phoenix, Ahlbrand and Arnold All new Conn Brothers. Ell stock. Call and place your order. iri ll 9 HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster. Kentucky srasrfHJsrrHMV if Ten Big Bargain Bays Beginning Saturday, June 9th and Ending June 16th. A money CAN AFFORD NOT TO BE '1 LONG TO THE RED CROSS saver on the following goods: ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION 15c bleach at 124c; Gingham at 14c; $20. Mens Suits at $12.50; Slippers from 98c up; $1.25 Shirts 98c; $1.50 Shirts $1.25; $2.50 Fancy Skirts $1.89. at 19c and many other bargains. You know this is a good time to save money.Give us a call A big lot of 23c goods 1 8 3 the patriotic sympathy of the entire county. Its leaders say they will not BIG FLAG RAISING. Shall we rest until thq membership reaches or Our boys will soon be in the midst of this war. the number registered Stanford is making great prepara- over equals not equip and support them? tions for a big "flag raising" there under the selective draft service, which We must dedicate our this afternoon. The First Regiment was 985 in the county. Those who can't tight must pay band will be on hand and a number of energies and our resources. patriotic speeches will be made. LIBERTY LOAN IS Among the speakers announced being; If you Hate you read "Mr. Ilritling Sees It Through Judge Chas A, Hardin, Col. Wm. A. PRICE OF PEACE Colston, Hon. Edwin I'. Morrow- and will recall that Mr. Ilritling did not realize there wai a war until Judge John W. Yerkes. It's up to everybody to "do his bit." Hugh was killed. Thats our trouble. We don't realize his son Your backyard affords opportunity to this war. We think of it as something remote. Mm I wait unCANNERY FOR LANCASTER. put your shoulders to the wheel and get Y started right. You'll thereby render til your bov is killed to join the ICed Cross. Car Of Cans Ordered And People genuine service to yourself and country. I'rged to Farm ugent us that a cannery lingers informs outfit is assured for Lancaster and that THE TERNS OF I plum are now well under way to carry To tuv a l.ilertv Hond is an net of Seven million men have been killed in ' urges that " " " "cestui e ter this the war thus far aril the total casual. THE LIBERTY LOAN. patriotism. It is one wnv to who owns u garden to put ii,.w..r...,lsi.VO(SMKiil. Tins is Urn es- - etery tight. These bonds mean liberty for mate made by Arthur Henderson, out to the limit all of the perishable Tho net authorizing the I.ibeitv Loan humanity. To join the lied Cross is ' member of the llritih War Council. vegetables and (hut he will see that Ilonds of HUT was passed April 2i, a single ounce Is wasted, if you UU7. It provides for the issuance of' another way to show your patriotism, He said the end of the war w.u not an not ami that it would will only bring it to this cannery to be $:.,000,lHH,lHK) of :i per cent bonds, the alleviimmediate piospect it means jou lire willing to help on Dec-- ! nuiy's plan of mili preserved. Money is being subscribed interest payable ate the suffering of those who are light- not come until tlei liberally for this worthy and patriotic ember 15 and June 15 of each year. tnrv domination win defeated. patriotism Slmw "iir ing fur vou enterpriM and those in charge hope to The principal is repayable on or after .have It III full blast, ut least by the the 15th day of June li3L', at the option time the first vegetables are ready for of the Government, and if this option. : '.11 V canning. All you have to do is to is not exercised the bonds will run full ik bring your vegetables and the rest will :n years and become due June 15th be done at the factory. The charges l'J 17. will be small, in fact the actual cost of The bonds ure exempt both us to the cans and the actual cost of labor principal und interest from all taxation, all that will lie linked. Hunt be nfrald national. State, county, or municipal, ' Is the month to look after your little Chicks that liny thing will now- go to waste except the inheritai.ee tax, which is aright. and start them since we ure assured of the fuctcry and really not n tux on the properly, but i. n car load of cans uu tho side. on the transfer of property by will or You can do so by buying a specially prepared inheritance. The bonds ure to be sold at par; that DRAFT EXEMPTIONS. und no is, dollar .4 Claimed At Reserve Corps Camps. discount. for dollar, no premiumby the They ure to be sold Treasurer of the United Stutes and by which starts them in a good healthy condition The discharge ot about sownty.livo nil Federal Heserve banks. Hut all for summer growth. candidates for commissions from the bunks, National und State, post offices, ' Heserve Olllcers TrainingJCnmpat Fort und express companies huve been dent After feeding this for ten or twelve days, we V Sheridan, HI., has been recommended signate I us agents of the Government have for them the noted fc , "y their various Captains, because they to receive upplicution for these bonds. 'v nliil not believe thev showed in makinif It Is almost as easy to purchase one of iM out registration cards, proper spirit these bonds as it is to get a for officers of the United btates army money order. You will sec this in the window ut It is not necessary to pay cash in Exemptions were cluimed on grounds that the men were married, were, phy full for a bond. One can pay down 2 slcally disabled or were under military per cent of the purchase price on ap- is, $1 for a $50 bond, $2 age. The Captain of one company told pllcation-th- at the, men one by one, that unless they for a $100 bond, etc 18 per cent un were willing to serve as privates they July 25, 1917; 20 per cent July 30, 1917: were not wanted as commissioned of 30 tier cent August 15, 1917, and the balance, 30 per cent, August 30, 1917. fleers. It U idle to shut your eyes to what n before us. G. M. LYONS - BUGGIES J I y , ; - I Bugg ies top Buggies ever shown in IS i V "5ab) Chicl Food" We have the best closed Lancaster. They are selling fast and you can get a great bargain while they last. Come at once. c "Purina Chick Food" posl-olllc- e Surrey's 2 W. J. Romans im-vfiau- i The Central Record, Thursday. June 7, 1917. i I ii:ihH3mi:kh WMIle Act Mo- w- the Jhryx. ZJ -- Is comraplet - emit J I fJ 7 i For a short time vc arc offering each customer ordcrine a Suit or Overcoat, from the SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF freGlLOBB PAIR a FANCY VEST OR FREE. Every garment "NeldmMou)i:d" to your met.sure, thus making your satisfaction sure. Step in and let us take your measure, to-da- of Cimcnmisaatl5pTROUSERS, A OF y. TAILORING CO. Logan, & Anderson Bros TAKEN FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL BULLETIN Class Chronicle upon, having strayed from another journeying company, was welcomed by this worthy class and this gleeful number now consisted of twenty-four- . And it came about, as their pride class wished forsignets befitting their station. Then plundering cities for fine jewelry, they, as a class, possessed themselves of rings, Iloman chased and lettered. And behold it did likewise come to pass, during the months of this year, that these Juniors bethought them of their Social debts. And things, the Class made so thinking th-many a feast to which was bidden the friends in honor of Seniors.todevourtne mountains of frozen whiteness and sundry rich viands. This wa3 an exceeding lok CHAITKK I. Now the history of Class of Nineteen Seventeen, of the High School, of the city of Lancaster, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky reads this wise: In the nineteen-thirteentyearof our Lord, in the eighth month, during the r. leadership of one known as M. L. a man of wisdom, whose vice was Miss Mabel Mason, into this land of learning, there entered, as first possessors of the New Temple of Wisdom, forty and two seekers after knowledge. Some came directly from the eighth grade, already stored w'th that goodly wisdom; some were green and fresh from a distant land; some had been tillers of farms; and some had been attracted from other Temples ot Wisdom. And it came to pass, as thev did come they were welcomed bv those leaders. It also came to pass that they were taken in by a lawless number called Sophomores, who did seek todraw their Freshman blood. Verily have they been martyrs to the cause of wisdom. After they had dwelt in this land they fell it with the customs and became ns Miss Mary Lee Lear was a recent join of Forest of the House of Stapp. Georgia, of the Home of Moss whom visitor In Lexington, we are not certain iliil make but it Is thought that her visit whs tlit Class their president, and nlded in making connected with "Dowers, rice and n this chronicle. ring." So it enme to pass tlmt lifter the four Messrs Kobins.in Cook and llert years of the sojourning together tliat eld L. II. S. boys, liavecome home who entered the Land of the forty-twproudly carrying their "sheep-skinsof Knowledge mnl dwelt these months from Millersbtiig Military Institute, ill tins Temple of Vidom. only sevenwhich they have attended foi two teen will depiirt, for verily the gate Is years. Huth were nllicers in Company broad into High School tut narrow is A ami graduated creditably through tile gate of the path out bihI few Imve found it Alumni-aNotes. r.il thil have thev dwelt Hi remount. le peace and harmnnv for all these Illy llillyl four rventful years, and soon must de-- I Mi-- s mi to land the) know not of, to do Minn liankin 'It. is in K C W. thev know not what. mid has been home for a few !! ta. Miss 1,1th ll'iney, 'I'', now a student Miss Brashear lo Leave at K. 0. W., spent the week end with l'atrons. pupil and faculty alike ex- her parents. press a deep regret at the resignation After teaching at Treai'liersville. of Miss Sue Hrashear, who for twelve, year has been the popular and ellicient Miss Marietta King 'lit, is visiting nt in Lancaster school. the home of L. C. King. first grade Miss Hrashear goes to teach in her Ector LawsiHi 'It has entered the Alma Mater Cvnthiuua. 'OHicers' lleserve Corps Training l amp The Class UH7. received their "start" nt Ft. llenj. Harrison. We salute you under Miss Hrashear, and it seems a "Colonel". coincidence that they leave nt same I.uchin M. Grant is time. Lucmn making good at Annapolis. leader of L. II S. Another Estimate of a College Education. was the class UU1. Dr. Arthur Holmes, of Pennsylvania, Ilradley Hotirne '15 has just left for State College, tixe.s the in imentarv valThis athlete will the Saw. ue of n College education nt from f to SJO.WO His estimate was based nlwnvs be worthy of the trusts of I'ncle Sam". upon a comparison of salaries of college trained men with those not having the Steihng Herron class '15 who i in same advantages. According to Dean business nt Cleveland Ohio, has sent III Holmes, the average yearly salary of his card. Sterling is the college man I $1.17. while f.lls is sound on lo) alt). the average income of the Mrs. Clara I'rather left Sunday for man. a difference of more tean SCO in favor of the man with higher training. Chicago to lit her daughter Ora. who immediately after Thirty eBrs work will make this ad- went in business vantage worth Sl.N.loo, according to graduating from L. II. S. in I'.H.' Demi Holmes' calculation. Milton Henry Elliott '15. returned' Saturday from Louisville where he has Commencement Calendar been attending College of Dentistry. Thursday, June 7, 7:15 Operetta - Un- "Fesser" us known to his class, will der the Stars and Stripes -- Children do well at Ills chosen ptolession. from Grades I to VIII. Miss Mae I'owell after teaching the 1'Iay , 7:15 -- Senior Friday, Jure past year in Paint Lick Consolidated Hicks nt College. Schools, is spending the vacation with llecital - I'iano the Saturday. June i, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Department. Powell, and will return to same work Sunday, June IU. 7: lt Sermonjto Grad- in September next. uating Class Iiev. Horace Kingsbury Miss Charlotte Pohitt. clas 'll!, arDanville. Monday. June 11, 7:15 IJecital I'iano rived Friday to visit her friend, Mis Alice lllgney who graduates next week. Department Miss Charlotte is in the Deputy Clerk's Tuesday. June 11. otlice, Itreathitt county, and says she pression Department. Wednesday, June Ut, 7;I5 Commence- has been busy copying oil leases and ment exercises Address to Graduat- issuing "marriage license" but did ing Class - I'rof. C. C. Freeman. not bring one along. Transylvania College. ARLO. IS A SYSTEM CLEANHonor Roll Nineteen-Seventeen Em-bro " grad-imtioe e home-folk- Do You Dread Hot Weather ? hMr nr.wifitinii? 'Plm urlt mail Mil t Ulfaltl liui It 13 trying on wip wrahrnm ihnii t i .... .... mi tnmnMi nr l.rtrtrf UI IlC.1t. BUILD UP YOUR STRENGTH your In good liftlm tifntion. I'uijourwtf CM orjrf, trmor ll ttmir. M I tnjoy the wmmrf Irrluiloi, tl ilh It It rlOrM hot ' IVrutid PERUNA INVIGORATES . .( unroll dti ()l. rrnmir IHC . JMTin-im- im I .1 I .l.rt.x.!" con VA ttcfurj ..lh cimn.imrr li a rtnl tottu-- with MfifUI cuictry In otarrhtl hkhvrr li rooit rDirtiitiil iJ'i'ji l cr uMot form uur l.ialth. The Poruna Com puny, Columbus, Ohio P uonnnencemem. I M Let us show you our fine of suitable presents for the boy and girl graduate. Cut Flowers. Leather Goods. Box Candy. Jewelry. Fountain Pens. Kodaks. Fine Stationery. Ever Ready Kazors. Pocket Knives. AlGRnberts Drua Store Time to Re-tire- ? Buy Fisk Second Grade Shirley Denny, Dorothy Whittaker, Edward Dunlap. Linda SER. HAS NO BE EQUAL, EQUALED. se Estes, James Watson. Fourth Grade Dorothy Moss, Henderson Itogie, V. A. Lear. Jr., Edith Moore, Nancy Thompson. Fifth Grade- - I.enna Aldridge, Hessie Lee Walker, Hazel Champ, Maud Davis, Myrtle Lee. Lillian Iloyle. Sixth Grade Kebekah Siler, Morris Swinebroad, Elizabeth Hagan. Helen Gullej, Jane Haselden. I'aul Morrow, Anna Lee I'olT. Huth Taylor, Seventh Grade Judith Daniel; Delia Hice Hughes, Anna Fae King, Lucille fclioolei, Elizabeth Terrill. Mattie Lee CANNOT NEVER WILL BE EQUALED. FOK the Kidneys, Liver. Stomach and Blood. I'nequaled For Uheumatism. Such symptoms as Hiliousness, Indigestion. Torpid Liver, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Impure Itlood, AS A KEMEDY Non-Ski- d glad season. And at the end of these months as Juniors, again came forth this Hook of Graduation which caused, with usual panic, full of this Valiant number to lose courage and so leave. styles meet MADE in three owner to the allthe requirements Grey, the Black car tread with grey side walls, and the famous Red Top (name rcgiitcreJ) The de Luxe. Users of these tires know by actual road experience that there isn't any greater lire value anywhere. dollar-for-doll- Tires CHA1TEK IV Anil I'apili It In n.l, Ik.t nn tllu fourth year, this class had cause for For was not this direful Eighth Grade Martha Ward Sweeney, Hook of Graduation produced on the Evelyn Daniels. had chang very first day? The t The following pupils were neither ed and now I'. II, Hopkins, who had absent nor tardy during the month: MT. IIKUKOX dwelt in another region, came to have I'rimer Class Floid Aldridge, Kebert tliM L'v tn thnl ivnnilprfnl Itnnlv nf r.t. jv,uim. Dorthy Koss, Sue Anna Itrown. .Misslva Del Alontgomerv ot l.an- corjj, I irst Grade cater spent last week with relttives in And it came to pass that this Hook one, ' this vicinity. Now it came to pass, that for many contained more than ever we dreamed Floyd Marsee, . ., , ,, ,,,,,. ,, ..I.IILUl ...U.IIKU.I.C.,. of. months of this time, these folk did hapNancy Thomas Lear. ,of ;viint,vilI Hut it also came to pass that this Elsie Hatfield, , ,.u,.Ht, ,)f Mr, WH pen to various infirmities, called athletworthy new leader occasionally closed Cora Hudson Schooler, Elizabeth Logan and Mrs. Dean Sunday ics which only time, not the instructors this Hook, and even expressed a desire Simpson, EvelynTucker, Lillian Kellty. III. was able to cure. Yet none were lost Mrs. Salhe Layton of that the Seniors, seventeen in number, A. It. Ilrown, Maurice Hatfield. to the living. arrived here Sunday for a visit with pass that when the should assemble themselves before an And it alsocame to .V.essets W. L. and Ed Gruw. Locals. Hook of Graduation was opened, many artist uiid procure for him ii picture of Little I toy Montgomery was Kicked passing beauty. Now it came to puss began to make excuses. One said, Miss Marietta King a former gradu- by n mule on the forehead Saturday though they diil a' hail been re ate, visited the High School, Friday. "my eves are weak; I cannot continue." that but is not thought to be serious. One hastened to remark, "I um needed quested, it was unlike expectations and Miss Allie Hendren will be it member Mrs. Ethyl Herkley and sou William at home, and cannot graduate." Anil surelv a disappointment. year. of the Lancaster Faculty next of Ilryantsville were the guests lust After many months, these youths ot others ventured, "we are dense ami them-nlve- s I'ruf. W. It. Todd of the Stanford week of her sister Mrs. Marian Montcannot learn". One maiden said, "I Nineteen Seventeen, deeming worthy of colors, did choose as High School visited Mrs. Todd, TliurB-da- gomery. prefer to be married; I need nut gradVicter the little soil of Mr. and Mrs uate". And so it came to pass that cf m e, the purple of royalty and the gold I lev. Hudson visited tile school May A. I). Montgomerv who was operated this goodly nutnLer fuur and ten had of purity. And nuw it lias come o pass that at 2Utli and gave us a .hurt talk on Thank-fulneon last week for adnoids, is very sick made excuses. the end of this, the fourth year, there ut this writeing. CHAITKK II. seventeen, which are these: Mr. and Mrs. Dillurd llrumiield ti Now it came to puss, vlien another ale I'rofessor I'aul Uarrett of Crittenden Zula Fay. of the House of Acton. from Thursday until Sunday, separate year had started, those of the j Ky, was visiting in Lancaster last lertained Will Hice, eldest son of the House of Itev. h. II, their hrother-iu-laeight und twenty, now remaining, were week-enilluckinan and family of Illoomlleld. transported to an Upper Chamber of Amou Catherine, of the Home of Hourne, The First grade in Lancaster school Anditfur- of this Temple of Wisdom. Mr. Lem Teater was in this section tll , I...U ll. Illl.d tIlUt 114 till. II. tlV llllllll. who li.itli aided the scribe in making for next vear will be taught by Miss lust week, trading. He bought u fat Delia Tinder. ... mis iniiM , ui icitfiiiii, iui-o(- . ; this chronicle l c.nv from Mr. Ernest Montgomery at lum- - lii'U Huth, first daughter wf I II. of the other" remembered their own greenness House of Itroadus. I'rufessor Hopkins attended the Con' 7i its. per Hi. He also bought of Mrs. und as tile Sophomores had shown to nervation Conference in Itichmnnd Spivey a calf price Sin. Susie Virginia, whine House name is Tuesday afternoon. them, even so did they unto thee new Itev. ltlakuun delivered two able I Corn. Freshman. Misses Gladys Frisbie and I'eurle sermons here Saturday evening und j Nellie and Sallie, daughters of Jasper During all this second year, many Sunday b' subjects were "The Signs small skirmishes with neighboring gangs and Henry, brothers, ut the House of Dickcrson attended Chautauuu in Cox. of the Times," and "Can God's child.. Stanford, recently. brought defeat and vuilous of athletes lie certainly did Mamie Stortnes, whose House name ren sin und be lost". heartaches. Margaiet and Val Cook attended the the subjects justice, from u Ilible stun-poin- t. And it came to pass, at tilt end cf is Dunn. Millers-bur- g exercises at Commencement Will this second year, the Hook of Graduation of Mac, son or W. M. of the House May L'8th and 2'Jth. Elliott. Mr. E. C. Montgomery of Lock H ard again reopened and now live of was Owen of theilouse of Hendren. and Val Miss Vernu I'ierco of liryantaville wore Messrs George Swinebroad these lustv Youths did make excuses Archibald, Cook, and Misses Mary Lee Lear and William, second son of united in marriage at the home of ItevJ ind departed, second of the House of Kavanaugh, Margaret Cook were in I'aiut Lick, J, W. Malian on last Thursdry afterCHAITKK III. James, only son of Joseph, House of Sunday. noon. They are both prominent young Now it came to pass of this Class of Neavius. NineUen-Seventeetwenty only enterItev. 1'almettr visited the school on people here while the groom is a prof. Annie, of the House of I'owell. Devotional perous farmer. Much joy and happied Into the Other Itoom where frowned Alice second daughter of the House May 15th, t' conduct th the teiri Hut just of Kigney. Miss Kobinson. for ness is wished them by their many exercises and again on May nd friends. in this year began, a maiden fair to Ilurton and Irvin, first and tecond Itev. Hudson. Rheumatism. Ilackache. General Debility and Female Trouble can be traced to one of the first four troubles mentioned in this advertisement. AIll.O is sold exclusively In Lancas ter by Stortnes Drug Store "Whcnyou pay more than Fisl( pay for, tomcthing prices you that dots not txiiL" Fisk Tires For Sale By Arcade Garage. Haselden Brothers. Rex Garage Company. " ""."" """''" '" n ir RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Kigiit now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts und sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. Tlie exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importarce of good health, both as an individual und nationul asset. It gives point to the suggestion, of ten emanating from this ollice, that everybody should guard their health ns u priceless posWhen you find yuurselt running down and not exactly session. keyed tip to the fighting pitch, us is tlie ease with ever) bod at You ought to come to Nature's relief mid tako a course of times. COM-CEL-SA- R n to satisfy you, or iiiuncy hack If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for luck of red blood when you ur.suer ihu call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally liver, kidney's, bouels, bladder, guaranteed for the blood and indigestion und headaches, rheumatism and nervousness, SCIENCE SOI'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only luc u bar, 3 bars 23c. Try our C0W110Y LINIMENT, for all I'ains. bruises, burns, etc. 'Joe and 50c bottles. I Legally guuraiitecil sto-nac- STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 1L Jack-White-Mo- on 3?."J.3I West Hroadwav. LOUISVILLE, KY. DC 1L 2 C 3C The Central Record, Thursday. June 7, CAN'T DO THE WORK 1 9 7. 1 OUNNS CHAPEL. is visiting nt Dry It's too much to try to work every Minn Zulu Calico day nguinst h rnnatiint, dull headache, Kidge. or Midden darting pain In the miill of Mr. Tom Daily in suffering from tho hark, lie rlil of it Try I loan' Kid- - dropsy. m-I'IIIh, Your neighbor recommend in hero Mis Stella Miiv of Wilmnr them. l'nrker Jenkins, utalinnHry engineer. with relatives. Mini Annie May I a guest of her Water Work Itoad, Lancaster says: "My work calls for u lot of stooping uncle Mr. liodie Airee. unci bending and thi CBinedtny kidneys Itev. I). F. Sebastian was here SunI.ivfry Stable. Ollice at Hiiinoy to get out of lix. I hail dull paint day with Mil llevi Hill. Kentucky ncrn my buck nnd loin. My kidneys LnnnisUT. Itev. Uagim tilled his iippointmetit lifted too frequently Htid then again here .Siiturday and Sunday. were sluggish mid tin i 'rreti'ins Mr. and Mm. I). I'atherKilliind childI pediment. n l.rick-l- u used Kuan's Kidney I'lll. that I bought ren visited near tienrgotnwn. H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheels nt K. H. .McKohorti' I'liurmiicy. The Mr. and Mm. Wilhert I "alley wore backache Iffi hip i,nd my kidneys be- Kin' of Mr. ami Mr.. Kd. Dailey. came normal." Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Miss Ileuluh Sebastian visited hcrsis-te- r Price isle, nt nil denier.. Don't impA lull l Mm. Slevie Agee of Madison MonOSli'e -- M nun Ht ..Tri Hun ly nik fur ii kidney remedy get Dodo's day. KENTUCKY. Kilney "illt the same that Mr Jen-M- r LANCASTKR. Ml. and Mm Unhurt Sowers of Madhud. I'oster-MilbiirCo.. Prop., ison viiled Mr. nun Mm. John DaileV Itiiirnl... N. Y Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Tall May spent a week LEVEL GREEN. in Cincinnati guests of Mr. Carl May Mr. A!f l!iibinon Htill eotllimics and wife. lllle ill Mi I'aiiline Ito of Mayslick i here Mr. and Mr II N. lirocn have heen a guest of Mm. John Land and Miss Ili'si liy lest fur Men unil Hos visiting relative at Mllllnn K. l.enna llnllan. I. very p.iir giuriitileeil Mr and Mm. !e-- i. Davi of Preach-orsutl- e Mr. and Mm. Allen Burton of Jessahome-folSunday. mine viited Mr. Ilarve Teater and Mr Hoss Itnhinson nnd family visit d i family Sunday. In Mster Mm. W. II. Smith Sunda. Misse Christian Davis and Sue 1 vr- Mr. S. T. (In in attended the pie i in are the guest of Mr. John Land and Mm Leiina Hollon. supper at Hntwoml Saturday night. Mr. Win. Mav who ha heen oinploy- Mis I'uriie Mae Chirk who ha heen tisiting her hrother in farthnge Illinois ed in Cincirnati ince Keliruarv ha en-- . DIRECTOR N'avv. lifted in tin I returned tioinu Itlesd.iN. OtlU--e Over atmtnil Hank ' 'II ' I'linne -- 7 toidonre I'hm "J and Why Shamed by jney Miss Matthi Nunnclley of of were Ki'ts last week ranny iiiiarii anil larnny Blotchy Shin The supper i;iven at Mason last i McKtn- - Mr?. Sat- sTANFOKD llichiinl K, Pepples of Covington, has heen here for feicrnl days, Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes G. C. COX, Manse.Ky J. a. Beazlev rilNCRAL I.ANCAMI.I!. lr ,l Al l A :. I J' 1111 II John (ir.iilimte 1 Casey. tin iiitinti I). V. .11. I,! li At I I 1 1111 II L II urday evening tinder the itusplces of Mrs. W. K. Shugars nnd son, W. K. Ladies Working Society wns one ol the most munerative given hy the Society Jr. were here n short while Sunday. in recent years. The exact amount of L. A. Nevitis of Winchester has heen ji" r ki wmiM lw Ii' tthrr Hint the proceeds the guet . "Mlitioiit a t.lrtnlb.H ji'U kt. Tiillli collection hascannot he given ns a clean Nevius. of his mother. Mm. Mattie inn l.r miM f r the iikmr. If ion will not heen taken. f rid imiir n lottl of Ihr i1riiff(!i"t l l H tin tntilrvi of alt rommllr', David IS. Kemper of Kansas City Mis Margrmt Hopper, who has heen H ftf "fillnif Ii illrrctlnn, In n aliurt dm- jniir rkln nlll t a rort Tolrrt. has won a hadge a marksman in teaching at Abingdon, V'a., is at home Ctrir In nnl nvlc for u bttt!u tmlay on niir siiarititiv. Afk nlout the Merino Corp. He enlisted last for her vacation. J'. I). V, buup. that Lap thy tklu LtultLy. Nov., and has completed u course of Miss Katherine Davis Itaney Is assis- For 15 Years training at Port Royal S. C. He is Iting Mesdames Wright anil Hill in the Standard rapidly coming to the front, thus his their millinery store. Skin Remedy alnlity as Killement. He recently made Mrs. W. W. Hay.i and Mis Kmtna It. K. Mclfnhvrtn. Lancaster. Ky. Inn excellent seme at "slow anil rapid" Hays hnve heen the guests of Mr. J. (Ire winning thv bailee of marks-manA. lieazley and family. Mr. John Land and Mias l.elinn Hol- snip on increased pay. Becoming to an Mrs. K. It. Centry and Miss Sa'lie (JIHcial hulletine of Washington. lon were in Cincinnati and New Port David Kemper who is more familiar- Reynolds, of Mt. Vernon, have been last week with relatives and friend. ly called Holland here hy his friends, the guels of Mm. K. J. llrown. was horn and lived heru in this county Mis Kliznbeth Given, who has heen MAKKSUUltY until a trood sized hov and wer.t with teaching at St. Augustine. Flu., has the family to Kansas City, where ho returned home for the summer. Miss Margaret Dotv has returned " " r",C,fUit, A little son Ins arrived at the home I'CVnv1'.' from h isit to Mrs. Mary Route of J,1:V;0" '',e'.''t,!O.Mr.nd Mrs. Dexter llallou. He '.'.Tft. Taint Lick. has been named James Ivan llallou. Mrs. Jno. Helm of Lehanon has heen llettie West heinper now resides at Mr. Carl A. Carter and handsome llj:t Pemi strtet Kansas City. days with her sister spending Ilesldes the regular military subjects fn. hdwin Depnuw. are guests .Mr. James 'turner. hi. training includes boxing, swimming f relative nnd friend at Nahvi!le. The Mic llourne of the Danville i,,. Arch Hill Mimed f ,,nr !...,. Koad sient the week enil with their and other athletic training. We are glad that this "(iarrard County Lad" anon Junction, ha heen the guest of sister Mr.. Mason Pollard. has made good and will he well prepar- her grandmother, .Mrs. Mnttie N'evius. Mi Ktnilv Itoiirne of Danville Pike ed when the call comes to go into action. ha heen the attractive CUCM of Miss Mm. Pallie I!. Saulley, of Kr.oNville, Alice Sutton and tier aunt. Miss Kugeiiia Tenn., i the guest of her son, II. K. Glue for Children. Taplnrn, soaked In water, make. a Saulley and daughter, Pollard. .Mr., (i. I,. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Itiire. .Mr. and hiirmle. stainless mid odorless glue I'enn) . Mrs Dave life of Junction Citv, and for the children to plnv with. Mr. and .Mr.. V. I I.awson, of Lancaster, were here Sundav afternoon the guests of hi sister, Mrs. Hello Perkins. rwr: Mr John It. Williams and Miss .n7bT&'i?K?JJii Mrj Williams, of N'icholasville, where flMr the guest. of Mr. Susan Yeager, If rmi flfp a riiflVrrr from Vstrmn or tinf trf.l j-- plinpir tlin, jnu know Jmt wtwt It r.M.mn in iiarp that humiliating, buck uhM f fllntt iHm'it mooting RtranRfn am) ijiuitimi 'rli-tiiMany n tlnv you liar i i he mJrmr nnil uIIhiI that hkn rth uioriiy-liu- n!-- i D. D. D. I - i ' "TTo ""' . ( Mondpy. .Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary KDMIKKY. College OWUI.I.I. J M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontucky. ; m$ united WM States rair. ICK SUM B1W i. H Paiut Lick. he 5ign ol Perfect Service Look at it it for wherever you see it displayed by a tire dealer you tVKOH Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. i John M. McRoberts. ; Or. Printus Walker, Veterinary CnlN Surgeon. mm WRJIWII. i l know : .inswereil pnnnplly. 'Inv rj niglit Phone .101 Kentucky. Lanruster. m I li ulr rrvUll frW? Phone 365-- truer 13 ; BUCKEYE, KY. m w vim 8v; SATISFACTION The birf 31combinntion when Insured 5-1- in The D. A. Agere Thomas. Also 0 Year Farm Loans. a 20 HiM f one hundred and one courtesies, little and big, which will keep down your tire costs. Dealers displaying this sign are the best dealers; thev carry a complete line of United States Tires, the 'Nobby', the 'Chain', the 'Royal Cord',the 'Usco', the 'Plain', tire tor every need or price and use. have supreme tire service. Deal with these Sales and Service Depots depend on their judgment and you will that there you can obtain tire service, that merely selling you a tire is not the end, tire service which will give you great dav is expected in this citv. todav. as the large Mag that wns purchased a few days ago by the Lincoln Fiscal Court will he raised. Miss Clara Cooper, who has been teaching at Herklcy Cali., for scverul year is at home for the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Cooper Mrs. A. C Hill. Miss Katherine An-de- rs m. Mi (Jertrude Wilkerson ar.d Miss Opelia Lackey attended the Sun-d- aj School convention at Somerset last week. Miss Elizabeth is the gcest of her brother. Dr. Harry Higgins at Richmond. Vn.. nnd will go from there to Hock Hill, S. C, from there to visit her sister. Mrs. It. T. Pewell. Mis Mary Arden Jennings, who was the popular trimmer for Mrs. Hella Arnold Francis here this season left list week for Iht home in Chicago. Ml.ss Klixabeth Ilunn will have charge of the store now. Dr. Carolyn tleiszel will lecture at the Christian church on Friday evening under I he auspice? of the W. C. T. U She i said to be a great speaker and has tr.iveled over most of the continent in company with Dr. Ira Landreth. Miss Sallie Mills Craig, who has been attending school at Uandolpli-Maco- n has returned home. She was accompanied as far as Winchester by Miss Mary Clay Williams, wno went to Lexington to visit fliends before going to her home in'Tulsa Okla. At a recent meeting of the bankers of Lincoln ccuntv held at the court-hou- e Friday afternoon $"i.0(i0 of the .SHMi.tHHiof Liberty Loan Honds. which was the amount allotted to Lincoln ' eountv. were subscribed and the eight Hanks of the county obligated themselves to take the remaining Sli.'i.tRHJ. Dr. J. 11. I'erkins has returned from Canton Ohio, where he went to ee his brother, Walter Perkins, who had the ' misfortune some weekH ago to meet with ii very surious accident, while working in an electric factory. One of his lugs had to be removed and it was thought fur a while that it would be necessary to remove tho other one ' The wedding of Miss Nancy Elizabeth Yeager and Mr. Hen Kdward Wil-- , Hams, of N'icholasville was sulemnized at the home of the bride on Tuesday afternoon, the Hev. W. I). Welburn, pastor of the Methodist church ottic luting. The pride was handsomely gowned in brown and immediately after tho ceremony they left for Louisville and from there they will go to Chicago and thence to 1'itt.burg I 'a., tu be the guests of the bride's aunt. Mrs. J. K. Johnston. The bride is the oni daughter of Mrs. Susan Ilnght Yeugcr of this city und is irdced a very attractive oung lads and has u host of friends u ho wish her much toy and happiness through life. Mr. Williams is the oldest sen of Mr. and Mrs John K William" .f N'icholusville, and is u progressive young business man. They wt'l re- side nt N'icholasville. I 1ft United ill BY OI.OSS 'OIiUr!J HKST nrsiK. n.pxi, roi.i ,m;.i V"ir I'll Vr II 'i r e, i Are Good Tires - StatsTss MUU www kMWM (3k A Tire for Every Seed of Price and Use Xobby' Chain' 'HoyalCord' 'Laco' 'Plain' J'i l i.l iil i .In . I ml ii, ..I .ik. .li- - .1 I .. M ti fcl i all mid ill. r i Will e i Uli i II K t'n. i. Unitvil Statvs Ti nKS anil TIUi: MTRSSOIIIKS Hare Ml tin- Stirling Worth anil Wear that Make l.iiitul Sttttai Tirm Supremo .I Ii IK tn . 'it lilfl aii't il run GuarantecJ ntv III or Lv ri.ooitM rsrj Sw3 . 'ft V United States Tires are carried by the following Sales and Service Depots who can tell you which ofthe five types of United States Tires exactly suits your needs. Itiuuikd, l V J. F. Holtzclaw 6 Son. EX CS-ARAC- E, LANCASTER, i m KY. a i BT or One Drop CAPEo ?f drluUni: water cuie nilirorcutlilto chick illirilioei.cuoK'ra ami oilier nnUe liollle lipases. Ono At I'J gallons of medicine. lu li mall iwjlwlil. rtsjuiu atilo iwuliry lwl fiv ligilSI ItSttl . laalUtM. I. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. few drop j,.,vt,f.;.un. CURES . tu tho BourbonPoultry Remedy The Central Record, Thursday, June 7. 1917. The Central Record ROOTS issued AND BARK W. T. WEST NOW A CITY incorporated, ' $1.00 Weekly. a yeak. J. Inttrtitil Member E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. . Ibo l'oil OBec In latictttrr. Ky Pecoii'l dim Mll Mutter Kentucky Press Association League. Eighth District I'ubllshera Lancaster, Kr June 7, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements . .$ 6.00 For Precinct and Citv Ulliles 10.00 "or County Offices tor State find District Offices. . . . 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications In llie interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per . line 10 obituaries, per line 03 We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 191. County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE IIIGG1NS. County Court Clerk. j. o. J. BOGIE, JEPTHA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. BRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. RAY. Magistrate District No. 1 J. II. CLARK. At the regular monthly meeting of the City Council last Monday night, the resignation of councilman R. 1'. Gregory was accepted as he leaves in b Our Grandfathers Ussd Them few weeks to make his home in N. C. The naming of .Mr. Gregory's) successor was then taken up In Crude Form. nnd by unanimous vote of the entire board, Mr. W. T. West was elected to (III out the unexpired term. The apOF TONIC pointment of Mr. West is n wise one CHIEFINGREDIENTS nnd that he will look well after the city's welfare goes without saying. Our crnni'falhor mid groat urand. liuil ui.o of fathers know tln riot, barks. Honcr mill l.errle Their MAIN CAMP ON medicinal qualities arc the sumo nun as they were n hundred )o.ir iko. lint BEASLEY FARM. the lentltlc prise .if trriutiii: them If Lexington gets the training liiipnuoil lun In fnrmer time the lierlw were Prow camps, and it is expected it Hill, the 'iVihij modem ed Int l ia camp site 'ilTered by Lexington and product recommended to Washington by make u :itly sttM-rll Tniihic Is u preparation of runts, Parks Barry embraces two thousand or 'and berries siilijis lot In u process Hint extracts their medic lutil virtue In roll more acres made up of the Beasley crntrntiil form. It I" cpctiall design farm of 775 acres, on the Brvnn Sta tion road, one thousand acres of iil to hiilM up run down people und two optional tracts of has helpnl thousands who were siiITt Ins from disordered stomachs, liver 400 and !5 acres, respectively, udju. nnd kidney. cent to the lieazlcy farm. It. Kelly, n mall currier The farm of the Beazley brothers New llupe. Ky.. Is .mo of Hie thou known here lis "Tony and Dick" lies fands In the Blue tlrsiss State who have practically in a square only three miles Here Is "hat he eiidiirod Tanliie. has to Miy admit this wonderful tunic from Lexington and should Lexington "I hail trouble with iu stomal h mid be so fortunate, upon their farm the main camp will be located. bowels. After eating I had crump. lost my appetite and cot so I hated tn Only One Old Jewish Fast. at mi; tiling. I felt bail nil hut My One fnt only was nppolntii! by the toii:;tii was coated ami I had n bail old Jewish law, that on the day of taste In my mouth. I started "Nothing helped mo No other periodical fast Atonement. taking Tanlnc. tixik three Pottles Is mentioned In the Old Testament exby that time could cat miytliliiu cept in Zcrhnrlnh and and 8:1U. The without havim: cramps. I mil feeling number of nnnunl fusts in the present fine now. Tuiilae helped me from the Jewish calendar have been multiplied start mid I have recommended It to to 28. many of my friends." If you lire not feeling right get 'fun- lae today. im-dl- i hilioru-torles r Gen-era1 1 ANCIENT REMEDY FATHER Ceryr !$ ! Magistrate District No. LOGAN ISON. County 2. Tmilac can be bought heie (rom K. K. MeManfopl, Roberts I'slnt Lick. J. X. Mitculf Penny Junction City. INjuoM. .1. Kimi- L. Perry .V -- onKichnmri'l. II. iMmlli. . John H. Well-. DAIRY WISDOM. v Attorney. GREEN' CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. WHEN WILL IT END. N'obody knows when the war will end Nobody knows on what terms it will end. but the people of the United Stat es feel that they know that the war will be won by the allies no mutter six months or six years are required to win it. in tngland most people have grown Thecream from different breeds of cows docs not churn nllke. Then1 nre more g"d cows In this country today than at any previous period, but lliTc Is still 4 room J. J. A. BEAZLEY. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. tired of attempting to predict the date of the ending of the war. Most people in England laughed at Lord Kitchener's prediction of a war of three years, wnen Italy came into the war it was generally assumed that "the end was near". Rumania's entrance last sum mer was expected to be decisive. Now the united States has come in and the war still goes on. Itje following piece of newspaper verse, which we are told is on every body s lips in London, comes as close t3 the situation as any military or civil prophet could do; "Absolute confidence have I none. But my aunt s charwoman s sister s son Heard a policeman on his beat Say to the housemaid in Downing street That he had a brother who had a friend Who knew when the war wus going to end. Health and wealth In stables t with pure uir eierywhcro. The mlvcs will tiegiii to cat t brlsht clover h.iy at two wiks t of nse. t Interest In the mlMi goat mid this novel dairy .initial Is growing In favor. ler-slst- s, fr Thills tin1 wonl to use in ilefcriliingour beenuse the stvle is niitlioritativf; von know SAFE nti nre all-wo11 uiing tiiiiis clothes. Tlio're tafe to bu right when you wear these clothes They're safe in quality; They're safe as to fabrics, nlwajs the tinest of Tailoring lit ymi don't buy them if jou think they don't lit. They're safe for the milkers to give with every suit. positive guarantee of jour complete and satisfaction, and as vie .sell them, they're snfe as to price; in that respect t afety tinned means'that you will get more value for your tiumey than ou . 4. .;. -. t:cr believed possible CABBAGE Early and CULTIVATION. Varieties Require Dif WANTED: Junk of all kinds. Iron Rags. Bones. Metal and Rubber. Will pay GO to GOe per hundred for Iron. $1.00 to $1.25 per hundred for Rags. 50 to 00c per hundred for Bones. Metal and Rubber at highest market price. Why sell your JUNK to irres ponsible Junk Haulers when you can get twice as much by selling and deII. B. Northcott, livering to us. Lancaster and Stanford, Ky. CHAUTAUQUA ALMOST HERE. ferent Soil and Treatment. Both early and late varieties of cats- hiigo are grown oteiise!y. In the may bo planted In north early hotbeds and transplanted to the open round as soon as the soil Is ready to In- - worlosl, sas the I'liltcil Stall's di Tor piirtmeiit of agrli ultiire. late crop It Is iistoinary to plant the In a bed III the open ground In May t or .luno mid them to the pitMcu In July. Tor calibai.'e of this Imractcr the soil should In' heavier uml more run nth e of moisture than for c.irly cahh.ige. which requires rich, warm soil In order to reach ma- urllv quickly I'or the lute arlety It 11 ms-iItran-qilaii11 Lte Hart, Scliaffner Spring1 & Marx Suits $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER CHAU- THE KAISER THE Mr. S. J. Lang, the seventeen day man, for Redpath's Chautauqua was in the city last Monday and Tuesday and fairly Hooded the city with attractive advertising. A meeting ot the guarantors was held Monday morning and a committee named to collect the pledges that were given last year. The time is very limited for this work and it is to be hoped that those owing pledges will be prompt with their payments But better still when called upon. those who know that they made these pledges last year, should call on Mr. Robert Embry at the National Bank, who holds them and would be glad to take your money. LANCASTER. KY. BEAST OF REVELATION RUTH LAW WILL HAKE AERIAL TRIPS FOR LOAN Cleveland Tuesday morning on a ten days' Hying tour in behalf of the Liberty Lout) in the machine she Hew from Chicago to She will drop New York last year. paper bombs over the cities. of the middle West uml southwest With messages urging every man and woman to subscribe to the war fund. Miss Law, upon returning from Europe in the spring, onVred her services to the Government, asking that she bo sent to the front us soon as possible. Since then she has aided in recruiting. Last week she wrote Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo; "I have bought my Liberty bond and if I can do anything to Induce others to do their patriotic duty, please consider me at the command of the Government. " The flying tour was quickly arranged by the Director of Publicity, Henry L. Doherty, New York banker, agreeing to defray the expense, and to arrange for landing and dupply stations. Ruth Law started from six," Here is something exceedingly inter esting, if not true, which wevclip from the Montreal Star. We gladly pass It on f'Jr the consideration of others. The Star soys: "A local bibieal stud ent has discovered proof that the Beast of Revelation" is actually the Kaisers, and that the war he has provoked will lust for three und three und n halt years. The proof is bused on the loth chapter which read of Revelation, verses thus: And they worshiped the beast suy- ing, who is like unto the beast? Who is able to make war with him? And Ui re was given unto him u mouth speaking great things and blasphemies, and power was given unto him tu continue unto forty and two months. " There we have u fairly recognizable portrait of the Kaiser, and the statement of the war's duration. But the clinching evidence is In verse IS. "Here is wisdom." Let him that huth understanding count the number of thebeust: For it is the number uf a man; und his number is six hundred, three score und Hut how does the number Gfld lit the Kaiser? Thut is very simple. Listen: Give each letter in K A I S E R its number. A is the first, II is the second, C is third, und so on. I'lace beside each ulphebeticul number the number 0, which is the total number of letters in the word Kaiser, Add up TAUQUA Meeting Of ASSOCIATION. Guarantors. 1 A brought In v Itiur mil plantm,; ut ture Mi'iuh TIio Mi; prit-.- s tlut cubbuKo have t'lu murlicis ill? 1 .isl doubilc j stimulate tli) tills vti'jtnUi;. The pica llr.o Udd uf labbjfio. meeting called at ::IU Tuesday Adolph Joseph was mude chairman of the meeting, the same ticket committee that served last year were reappointed on account of excellent service rendered, the members cf this committee are us follows. It, T Kmbry, R. I.. Rlkin and V, M. Tinder The following are thesub'tlcket com-- . mittee's appointed to li" responsible for the territories in the Imundiatc vicinity of the following streets, Richmond Street ,1. K. Stormts, TlieoCurrty. Saulley Hughes, Stanford Street Dr. I'ryor, K M. Tinder. At u morning, -- the results. Here it is worked ou. for you. K is letter No. 11 addC A Is letter No. 1, add C I is letter No. 9, udd C S is letter No. 10, add C K is letter No. C, add 6 R is letter No. IS, add C "And his number three score and six." Is not deslrablo o hae too rich n hull, as the heads nro liable to burst. Cabbages bhould bo set In ruttH thirty to thlrty tlx inches niiart, the plant standing fourteen to eighteen Inches apart in the row. To stoio cubbugtf the heads should Ims hurled hi pits or pluccd In cellars. Oho method Is to dig u trench nlsjut eighteen Inches deep nnd threo feet wide und set the cabbage uptidit, with the heads eloso together mid tho roots 116 embedded When cold lit the, soil. 1C weather comes the heads 1110 covered 00 196 GO Maple Street- - W. V. Champ, Hudson, Kd Gaines. II. S. Lexington Street-- S. J. llnselden. Jf ISC CCC six hundred, A. Beazley. Dr Wheeler, J.J. Nulker. Dunville Street Henry Mrore, Sieve Carrier. W. O. Goodloe. Mrs. Kirby, Mrs, Higginbotham and Mrs. J. S. Johnson were appointed us a committee to confer with the Worn-urn'- s Club, in regard to securing their assistance in the sale of tickets. Kverv fumil) in the county will be given an opportunity to purchase tickets from some member of u committee lightly wllh straw nnd threo or four which will be appointed to canvas the Inchon of enrth put In. Blight freezing county. does not Injure eubbuge, but It should The next meeting will be Thursduy freezing not ho subjected to night ut 7:30 a- -, the National Bank nnd thawing, V.aty cabbage cannot building, all guarantors and interested bo kept, as It docs not stand hot weather well. It should I i used noon after parties requested to be present. A. D. Joseph, Chairman. It has formed it solid head. Itis now n solemn obligation upon every farmer lone that his corn is cultivated, so us to make every grain count uml yield ita utThe eyes of the whole world are turned toward the American most farmer nnd upon him falls the responsibility of not only supplying his own country with enough to cat, but the Allied countries nro depending upon lii tu nlso, In view of these conditions it becomes the solemn obligation for every funner to use the very best cultivator to make his laud produce the utmost. Get out of these cultivators while they last. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. The Central Record, hursday, June 7, 1917. ' STAND BEHIND THE BEHIND THE GUN. I GOS-SARD hrothers J Dr. A. S. Price of Stanford paid tils h short vMt this Floyd Colt? of Kansas has heen vhitlng liis former school-mat- e Mr. T..I. Trice. Mian Jennie Waliliurn of (irantvllle Florida H visiting her Jolihion I'rice. Mr (ioodwin Llkin enter - .Mrs. T. vistlng relatives here. ill August when l,e will of Atlanta Is' Hiwill enlist !) of age. , Purchase your Merchandise at home and stand behind your home merchant, who can give you just as good merchandise for as little money as any merchant, and is always ready to assist in upbuilding his town and county. Wc arc handling such representative lines as Mrs. Ilellu Austin and Mrs. S. I).) Turner and attractive little daughter, Anna LVIIe, of Lexington, are hero' visiting relatives at their former home. Mrs. .Iiimei A. Heezlcy who was operated on at the Good Samaruituii Hospital at Lexington has returned home mucli to the gratification r, her friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Itobinsoii, Mrs. Itobcrt F.lkin ai.iUMiss Joan Mount at teniled.the flag raising and threat pa triotic met tint; In Harrodsburg Weir ncMjav. Mrs.gl.ula Johnson is in Richmond to Mrs. KliZHlieth Simmons. Mrs. Simmons is havinj; a family re union in honor of.Mr. J. I'. Simmons ar.d his bride. oniiM.it BISCHOF COATS AND SUITS, J. & K. SHOES CORSETS, WARNERS CORSETS, CLASS James OF 19 17. Bettie Wale Dresses, Phoenix Hosiery, Holeproof Silk Gloves, Cuitemerie Kid Gloves. Many other lines with which the public is familiar and who are the foremost manufacturers in the country. If you are not trading in our store, or going away from home, lets get acquainted, and no doubt you will be surprised to find that you can do even better at home than elsewhere. Suits Moving Fast---Choi- ce $14.98 See the most talked of Fabric Style on display in our piece goods dept. JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. The One Price Store. House of Quality THE BEST MAKE OF IMPLEMENTS ON THE MARKET. Gossip About People "seNe A John Deere Binder $145.00. John Deere Cultivator $33.00 Oliver Cultivator $3 .50. Walking Cultivator $ 5.00. 1 Brief Mention ol the Comings Goinfi LyThuit U'l Arc interested nd In. I Mr. ISllly Swept r ami gritmi-iutithc- 4 viiting his moth-- f jjs-to- r. (before Judge James I, llailev Saturday and declared of unsound mind. He was taken to the Lexington asylum that afternoon. .Mr. W. It. Todd left Mon- day afternoon for Columbia, where a good portion of his vacation will be spent. .Mrs. Todd has not completed her school duties nt Lancaster jet, hut will join him for a brief visit when she dots and will go from Columbia to Nashville to visit her mother. Interior .Journal. KAVANAUGH Do you William Kavanaugli, Otven Hentlren, Mamie Stormca 1.. F. Hubble will go to Kockcusllt Dunn. Georgia Alice Itignev, Ituth Ilroadu3, Will Mac hi Mtt. liurton Springs next Week to (Jet the place in Stapp. Fay Acton. Susie Conn. Annie Powell. Ktta Smiffi, Suilie ox, Irvine readiness for tile summer visitors. Stapp. Catherine iiourne, Nellie Cox. V ) Itice Amon Mrs. James I.. Yam is anil sons. Her achel anil (iftirge, have returned to their home in Lancaster, after spend A SCOUT WITH A HOC inn a month in this city the guest nf YOU'LL FIND IT IS THIS COLUMN, 1 M. Girdler. -- Somerset News. Mrs. A. With it hoe in his hand The Virginian-Pilo- t Hives "H account And a tongue in his head, of the "highly interesting" Flag Day FOR IlKNT.-T- he A Scout is as good house recently exercises of 1'atrick Henry School. occupied by Mrs. Susan Fisher for rent A" a man shooting lead. Norfolk, Va.. with a cut howing a till Nov., 1st. Usher Herring As good as a soldier, feature of the program. The Princi Lancaster, or Crab Orchard. Ky. I!. H.2 As good us a thip. pal, II. M. Grant, mude an address Ills hoe is his weapon-- No Let us make or hive engrnved your upon the presentation to the school of gun on his hip. Visiting Cards, Invitations, Announcethe flag, a handsome silk one to be He's up in the morning. ment and etc. See the work of The used in parades and saluting exercises At night he's in bed. Central Itecord. (tf) of the school. He works for Our Country-- He The people who attended Strayed: To my place last December, keeps lighters f.ti. . A. Iturnside the funeral of Judge small red shoat. weight now about 1(K) Not looking for meduli--. were, Mr. Wood Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. pounds. Owner can have same by pay Not making u show. Clarence Williamson of Lexington. Mr. ing for this notice and cot of keep. Not plaung the hero-J- ust 5- - ai-2- t. and Mrs. James Landram ot Harlan, I). J. Walton. ii Scout with a hoe. Mrs. T. K. Watson of Uarboursville. He enlists nine more, Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Landram of Danr.ach Scout with a hoe. FOR RENT. ville. N. rtohn, .Mr. and Mrs. Hume Kacli one's a soil soidier Tatum, and Mr. Middleton of Silver Five room house with garden anil To make the grub grow. j Creek. four acres of grass. Located one mile Two million Scout hoe.s from town on Lexington pike. I'.is- Hon. Fontaine tox Hobbitt. known Have an inlluence felt W. D. Walker. session July 1st. all over the State as the "Cicero of the line of defenses In that Mountains," was tried on a sanity writ Just under the belt. (Scouting) Vius, Is, NOTICE All persons holding claims against the estate of the late W. L. Todd should present same to the undersigned, properly proven, on or before July 1st 1917. Those indebted to said estate will please settle at once. J. A. and G. 15. Todd, Agts. COME and get a bargain in all NOTICE As administrator cf the estate of J. W. Iirown, deceased, notice is hereby given that all those having claims Bgainst said estate will present same to the undersigned, properly proven. Those indebted; to same will please call and settle at once. (3t) J. E. Diekerson, Admr. J. R. MOUNT & CO. "'hi' Square Deal Houe. .Mr. Tercy llurii'side ih .Mrs. Will Lackey. with his tin- CAMP!!! Kava-naug- f V o riE Miss Isnlifl West is it of Mins Llizabeth (iihli. attractive want to kno.v what is? Let h M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. G Mr. J. U. Pierce of Lehanon spent Sunday with friend" in tin- - city. her father. .Mrs. A. C. limit has heen visiting .Mr. II. II. Tomlinson. .Miss Annie Austin lias returned from several ilnvs visit to Saint Marys Ky. Mr. J. I). tlulley spent several iluys Lexington with liis daughter. Mrs. Ike Dunn. Mr. ami Mrs. Ceorge .McKuberts and little OnuKhttT haw returned to their home in Covington. LANCASTER. - - KENTUCKY. DEIF1I We represent the TWO FAMOUS CARS THE HUPMOBILE AND llrowning and bright little sun, Kuhert spent Sundav with their parent in I.t bannii, Mrs. John Fart-iwho has lieen in MartinsMlle is now with her sister. Mrs. (leorge McICobcrts of Covington. Muster Kiigene Austin who isutlend. mg school at St. Marys Ky.. returned Ilium- - Monday for the summer vacation. Misses l'earl Dickerson uml Cliuiys Frisbie motored to Stanford Saturday and spent the day with Mrs Jack Cafcy Mr. nr.d Mis. Juines l,anirtm and Jin T. K. Watson returneil to their homes nt llarlnu uud llailiourville, T. F. i .Mr. and Mrs. me tell you n most interesting fact. This summer, for one whole week. there is to he a Young People's Conference at Kavanaugli Camp, Crestwood, Ky. Did you ever go camping? Then without doubt thiS camp will appeal to you. for it gi.'e one an opportunity for rest, recreation, education and inspiration Last oummer fifty Kentucky girls attended this Camp, besides a number of boys and grown people. Did n girl in our community go? If so nsk her to tell jou about one of the happiest times she ever had. If not, watch for articles that will tell mote about this week of camp at Kavanaugli. Camp TRIMMED HATS We have marked our $5.00 Hats fJQ DA down to )0.uU NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Ilids will be received for alterations and repairs of Christian Church. Hust-onvill- e. Ky., until June 20. 1117, $10. Hats down to S7.50 JUDGE CHARLES I KEER. - To Speak Here Next Thursday. and have made cuts on all ready to wears and shapes, for cash only. See noon. Copies of plans and specifications can be seen nt Adams Bros. Drug Store, Hustonville, Ky. A. II. Ilaugh. Chmn.. Committee. at PURE BRED POLAND HOGS, FOR CHINA SALE. Circuit Judge Charles Kerr, of Lex-- I ington. H hooked to speak here t Thursday afternoon. This distinguish- -' ed Kentuckian has inndo a number of j patriotic speeches over the state during the past month and Ins services ' are very much in demand. We bespeak for him a good crowd, remember the j date, uiursday iiiternoon. at Court House at two o'clock. ) for yourself. e have the Spotted Poland China fall males ready for service. Fall gilts and spring pigs of both sexes. Can mate them if desired. If interested, write, Lawson and Montgomery, )d Kavenwocd, Mo. Relia Arnold Francis Public Square MTSOE I Sunday. DODGE M OTHERS We have with us a graduate of the Hupmobile Factory, in the person of MR. ROY WHITTON who is the head mechanic of our shop. He knows cars as well as you know our Garage. Phone 81 We arc at your service. Arcade Garage KINNAIKD Co. BROS., Managers. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn and cliildien. M'ADOO ASKS BANKERS of Lexington, motortd hen- Sunday. and spent the day with her parents, TO LOAN TO FARMERS Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Guilty. Secretary of the Treasury McAdohas Mrs. W. S. I lull rue and Hcnt out letters to bankers urging them Miss Lllii Mae llourne, are at tu render financial assistance to farmhomo after u visit to Mr. and Mrs. ers who are in need of funds in You to tiet our free cntnlo on their John Underwood of Danville. eirort to entinsify and broaden the proMuster llidmrd lloyle. whois making duction of foodstuffs. The Secretary the Lest "Devil" the Itvcord ever liad, iwints out the necessity of producing luolnreil to l.o .veil, Sunday o n his record crops, not only for the people of bicycle ai.d spent the day with some this country but for the people of the allied nations. '.Meie " little "cousins". Secretary McAdoo suggest that bankMr. J. H. Soulier, of Kichmond.come Dahers and all others make an organized down Saturday night and stayed over study of the question of making loans until Monday morning, "Hurt" put in to farmers for increased production. the entire day Sunday shaking hands The reserves of food in the world are EverythiniJ for Orchard. Lown and with his many friends here. Garden. low. Your country needs your services No Agts Mrs. Hiram Hay, and Nora Tenter, and your money. You can do nothing Write for free Catalogue. Mrs. Sallie Teater. Kthel Kay, Ila Hill. with your money more useful than to Martha Curtis, Suunna Hill. 1). P. loan it for increated agiicultural pro& Sons. Sebastian, George Kay and Koger duction. F.ven under normal conditions H.F.Hillcnmeyer Aldridge attended commencement such loans will be found safe and at Lexington, Kentucky. - have opened up a Wanted PLUMBING AND Shrubs. Grace Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaragus, Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. Roses, Fruitancl ShadeTrees TIN SHOP in Lancaster, over Mount & Co's., store, J. R. Strawberries, I guarantee my work to give satisfaction and my prices will be right. Your business will ua appreciated P.B. WILLIAMS Nicholusville. im. 1916 The Central Record, Thursday, June 7, 191 7. r (!) NEW CASH STQRE have bought the H. D. Lee stock of goods located in the Record building one door from I I I 0 itt i : POULTRY AND EGGS TURKEY Melhodi the square. We lwve closed our candy kitchen on Lexington St. mid merged it with our New Store. Wc tlinnk you for past business and cordially invite you to call on us at our new location where we are able to serve you better. Yours for business, I RAISING HINTS. Quality Counts IN I I 1 61 I ii 1 COY DEZD Nunnally's Candies. SANDERS CZZII j wtrkiilluri Turkey liens mill clilcki'ii licim nre (!) inllnarlly tinl to tiuiikite turkey epK". allliotijli InciilmtuM nre . i til Fwienilly ncil when- - turkcjiM are ml-on ii lnrjre snile. Purine Hit early part f tln Injluc m'suh ii It oftm li.irpi'iis Hint tliere nre 'ii liatnl u num. K Ml Wr nf circs tlmt nny of tlie turkey liens lire tlirm.t,:i laylnj; tlielr llrt Utter nml le en.i "l.rooily hi Mirh rase nml itlo lnti it l ileslreil to turn tlie turkey Inns lay a n'cmnl or tlilnl litter nnie of nl of Incubating thm Eggs and Caring For tho H.n. 'return! l.y t'nllcil Ktntrs lipnrtmrnt .( BUILDING MATERIAL Prices Right. tlie cpirs liave to ICZZJCj Ice Cream Parlor. ililckeu liens or In mi luriiliator A I unit n week lefere the poults nre to liatcli I' lneulmteil miller We Have the Quality. 7 Hervey Feediihe whole?) er-Js- & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. NUNNALLY'S tioool Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. I S t r Peach, Tut(i Fruitti, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Any l, Imj'auatk I riniMi iiKir iohtiuki.y hi m J j Telephone Hour W. 3C O. 3 KING, C No 202. Proprietor. 3C DC FARMERS ATMION We are now in to buy your old corn. See us before you sell. We will pay you the best market price. the market number of turkey limn ehoulil lie n limnt to Fit to take nil the hafhetl. Tltey isti lie (Jlveii n Ioults few res from the Im'Ubator or from under the hli ken liens nml allow oil to hatch the hiuI1m theuiselU'S, or at night a npnly hatched jioult ran be ellpi'oil uuder each turkey hcu that Is ,tO bo Khen n brooj of jioultD, ami by tnonilnjr they will take tlicui. 'csts for Mttltn; turkey and chicken . I liens nre best made on the ground by fiollowlniT out n little onrtl), t.0 that the center Is Ueeii enouiili to keep tho cccs from milium out of Wo nest. A thin covering of elcau straw or hay an then be ued to prevent tho cjrps from belus dlriTtly oil tho pround, nnd WW looiuy roop should bo placed over the nest to keep the hen from lielnc cllsturbed. When a hen becomes bloody nml slums that he Is In earnest by re or three lunuiliiK on her nest for nlsht.s she may mfely bo trusted nltli the csis, provbliil she U nllowcil to sit in that m t If she Is to be set In uti other net. at Ii Usually the cno, then xho should be removed to tho new nest, preferabli after dark, clcn a few nest cess and shut In to prevent her from retuniliu to tho old one. If she sits on tin- - nest esk's she should be quiet taken off on the eiiilni; of the fob luv, Ini; day and the vest to be pbned In the nest. On Is'Iin; freed she will probably return to her old nest If so she should Ik' carried bm k nml set ijuletly oil the ccsis, when she will immisllately feel them beueatli her and settle down to over them. Turkej hens do not ordinarily franc off f ir reil and water more than once erery inn or three il.is, but when eonllneil thej should bo srlwn an op Mirttii Ilj lo"nie olTeiery day. Una a turkey hen dees not inine slonail olf ut all. and In silill raw she should be taken off ome u day, as otlnrwl-- e she will die on the nest. V dust bath l.s ureatly ciijojcd by sit tins hen- - tun! helps to keep tliem free from MTiutn. Wholo mm Is a p" d t..Hl.' feed, ami fie Ii water mid t-- SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, June lOth. Southern Railwai System Following Round Tup Fares in cjject Jtom Cblckt will crow much (ailci II you lusl tbem Chicken Chowder with Purina Chick Feed tssrtu.c rurlna C'hirkfn Chnw1.r I. rlrh In t Irmtnt. th&t m.kt Muti.1 tjnr..tt . .Uu-r- Iran tnemt. Wbiutcl ..ailK.UOrXlltil-UIlu.Cl.lcj Purina Danville, Ky. to Irct, we Kuarsuks) Lawrcnccburg I Louisville $1.50 $1.00 Sltcliiyvillc Harroclsburf; $1.25 $ .50 Dani-ill- Dctlopmtnt or Monty ilnrlnt Ibc Cnt C urfl. cl n chlci.lllt In Chrcirtboaril taci ocil. Double Bck ffieuiuNAft pPURINAW Similar reductions to oil local ttationt betuttn Leungton and Louisville. Tickets limited Jar return trip to date vf sale. ami RchickBTchicken' W FEED E jCHOWDERj RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .5:30 P. M. A'aiu-o- for further For Sale by injormation see Ticket Agent. Southern .System. td All Dealers. COMING THE BIG REDPATH . CHAUTAUQUA Five Festal Days and Gala Nights. Walker, Lee & Hicks, (V) $ I CONCRETE WORK I I E8 I.h e me a iirent iiiinojaine to vjiiia. hens and nio one of tho woi- -t ei.e.i.ies or 5011111; p' lills. To prevent then w t tlnv a fiHitholil the hen should be od tli.iroiiKhlj Willi some CiskI lice mi ler lieforo she Is il:i(iil on the nest, ami then l.th the lieu ami nct should be Hlmllarlj treated ome a week for tho lir-- t three weeks of tho lie ill. ill.' 11 period. material should The tie-tibo kept dean, mid If the cioni bit onie dirt they should bo Avimhed with a soft cloth dipped In lukewarm wnter. Just beloru the pmltH are to linteli the old liealllm llKlll'l'l.ll shoiilil In' replariil with 1 lean straw. Tho Inciibiitlo'i perlixl of turkey Wfi l.s twenty tlnht iI.ijh. U'Was bo dit June 20th to 25 th THE MARVELOUS TORPEDO WITH EARS For Scaly Leg. Let Me Figure With You On Your ; Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONAUI.E i If tho hen hint sully Icbh uso one part lard mid the wiiiio timount of eo.il leiM iit oil iuImsI oik! applied In the old. lifter AIho the chicks nro K'Venil days same time lake aloiut one tlilnl at tho of a loaspoMiful of hinl or ami rub llm Kreuso Into tlie hwivy Tart fentherliiK lictwccn tho thlKlm. tho feathers ami rut) It Into the feath'& ers next tho skill. The Great Reno The white Hussards ,N "IfiZr One-A- ct AND 3 CIRCUS DAY IN.FAIRYLAND a The Parish Players in Three Plays. Q J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. is LANCASTER, Ky. Telephone 192. Hatching Cooso Cgg. It requires a full inoutli to hatch u ecu, and Incubation Is petfornicil i;oosu by either a lien or a koosc. ,v t;cod sltcl heu will cover fle pvu, and n Kooso can take care of as many as fifteen. It Is eh'o., that any of tho KorlliiRS nro bl. except throuvli ocil-ikor exjioNiiie to hard storms while tllll ivry joutiK. and many other attractions Adults Ticket $2.00 IF BOUGHT BEFORE THE OI'ENlNG DAY Children's Tickets $1.00 NOW ON SALE. I The Central Record, Thursday, June 7, 1917. .1 i BUY A I I I I I I I I I LIIUTY ton i GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO. THE CENTRAL RECORD. place. Quite a nice sum has been voEffect of Long Hair. luntarily subscribed and as soon as posIn some countilcs It Is believed that Mr. long hair takes away from a child'! sible the work will be begun. Thompson Ilurnam very generously of- vitality and energy. fered the small warehouse nar the st&tion to be used for the business. Our nation has voted billions of dollars for war purposes, for the defense of our country, for the defense of our liberty, to protect the lives of our people, What money is not raised by the sale of Bonds, will be raised by direct taxation. If the war continues, our boys will, in a few months, be fighting in the trenches on the battlefields of Europe. When this time comes, sorrow and distress will be in every home, and may God pity the mothers of the land. Let's send our dollars with our boys and protect them to the last, as far as we can. We offer our services free in taking subscriptions for these bonds. We want a Bond in every home in Garrard County. They will be issued as low as $50. and up to $1000. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE. NATIONAL BANK. PEOPLES BANK OF PAINT LICK. HRYANTSVILLE Misses Willie Miles Hay and Thelma Simpson are visiting in Herea. Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Sanders entertained at a family dinner Sunday. Mr. Karl Carter is attending commencement at llerea College this week. Mr Herbert Whittaker and family were guests Sunday of Mrs. Dewey I'J I (! por Sale ny Size Farms I'J I I (!) .1 1 f (!) (!) Remarkable Values IVIoderate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, sell or exchange, GET BUSY. ! I I I I 30 any OR location, 300 A6R&S I adaptation or improvements consult the i l 1 Mrs. Tom Mallard of Wallaceton 19 visitinir Mr J Hoodo Wylie. Alls Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexis the guest of Miss Mayme Ilallanl. Mrs. Frank Campbell of Louisville, lias been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Price. J. C. Williams. Miss Minnie Pearl llrown has returnSeveral from here expect to attend the District W. C. T. U. Convention ed from a two weeks stay with relatives at Wilmore. at Richmond next week. Mrs. Forest Starp ar.d son Hurton of Mr. J. W. Farley went to Nicholas-vill- e last week to spend some time Lancaster were the guests Sunday of Mrs. T. O. Hill. with his sun, Mr. Sam Farley. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Milej spent the Messrs Julian and Hen Cunningham with Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Milhave returned home from n visit to week-en- d es at Nicholaiville. their grandmother at SalvNa. Mr. Hugh Tmnlinson of Toledo Ohio, I D, A. Thomas Real Estate '9 AGENCY. i hat returned home after visiting his mother, Mrs. llelle Tomlinson. Quite a nent sum was realized by the Ladles Aid Society of the Pleasant (irove church at their supper Tue.-da-y evening. Mrs. John llarlsook of Kansas 111., returned home Sunday after a ten days Mrs. visit with tier Mary lierkele. Mrs. J. II. McGiboney and little daughter, Murgaret, of Middlesboro. have been visiting Mrs. llelle Tomlingrand-mothe- Mr. David Hervey surprised his friends on Wednesday, May 30th, by The undersigned hereby give warn being married in Lancaster to Miss Maggie Hrown, daughter of Mr. George ing to all persons not to trespass upon Hrown. Hev. F. M. Tinder of the our lands tor any purpose whatever as Christian church performed the cere- we will prosecute all offenders to ful mony after which the happv couple test extent of 0" law. Hunters and. motored to Lexington returning Satur- Fishermen especially take notice. day and going immediately to house- Ed & N H Price H. L. Elkin keeping at the Griggs house. The II. C. Arnold. J. C. Rigsby. bride is well known and liked here Mrs. K. L. Frazee John Tatum. where she has often visited while the , H. L. Arnold. T. H. Slavin. groom is a prosperous feed and grain C. M. Mouerly. It. L. Harker. dealer. Many good wishes go with S. C. Higsby. 11. M. Lear. Mr. J. D. Prather and daughter Miss them into their new life. Julia Parks Sirus Daily. Vivian, of Lancaster, were the guest We will add other names for cents of Mrs. Mai Carter. cash. Misi I .eo ta Hay and Mr. Jim Sanders were the guest Sunday of Misses Kmma and Hessie Hay Sanders at HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. -'5 POSTED and Mrs. Willie Hanev and daughter Miss Iva, and Mr. Klder of of Lancaster were guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hay, Mr. Keep Well Do not allow the of undigested poisons lood to accumulate in your bowels, where they arc absorbed into your system. Indigestion, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound Keep your to follow. system clean, as thousands of others do, by taking ail occasional dose cf the eld, reliable, vegetable, family liver medicine. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones li:U)-- F All Occasions. rrouint Attention or 83. All Orders Reiein- - Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. son anil family. l'rof. I). J. Miller of Hartford been electeil Principal of the School here. The date for the opening of the school being August litli. Quite a number have ulreudy given their names to become members of the Red Cross. It is hoped that quite a large number will join in the next few days. At the "Patriotic meeting" held here Friday night, the address given by Hon, Lewis L. Walker was greatlv and very interesting. On account of the weather only u small crowd was present. The ladies of the New Antioch Church at McCreary will give a strawberry and ice cream supper Saturday night, June the ninth, in the church yard. Prices has 23c, per plate for grown people and 15c for children. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lauds for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit unj body else to do eo, and we further agree to prosecuto with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car- - TAINT LICK W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Mr. James Harve Halston is in for a visit from Youngstown, Ohio. Messrs H. G. Woods and O. H. Ruck- er spent Wednesday in Lexington, Mr. A. V. Iluyler of New York is the guet of Mr. Woods Walker and family. Mr. Lewis Guyn is with his parents after a two months stay in Great Falls Montana. Miss Margaret Cook of Lancaster, UUCKEYE spent the week-en- d with Miss Mary May Walker. Is visiting friends Mr. Willie P. Miss Stella McWhorter has returned at llerea. from u month visit to friends in HunMiss Zula Calico is visiting friends at tington, Ashland and Paintsville. Dry Ridge. Quite a number of young people moMiss Kulli Hay is ut home from Deca- tored to llerea Monday evening to wittur Illnois. ness the production of "Esther" by Mr. Smlllie Hill has purchased a new the students of the College. Maxwell car. At a meeting of the patriotic society Miss Inez Kay is in Uerts th' week on Friday evening it was definitely de attending Commencement. cided to establish a cannery at this Thedford's Black-Draog- ht jrving 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 and j reliable person selec'ed by us, This November 15th, 1U15. I I ( It. L. Elkin. J no. M. r'arra, W. II. llurton. Ilaselden Ilros., Mrs. V. F. PicWe. ol Hising Pawn.Ga., writes: "We have used Thed-tord- 's Mack-Draug- ht J. II. J. Dalton. John II. Smith. N. Hoss, a family medicine. My mother-in-la- w could not take calomel as it seemed too strong for her, so she as Fisher Herring, Hughes llros, Withers Ilros, E. Hobinson, Hrown, Alex Walker, T. A. Elkin. F. M. Tinder. Logan Hubble, G, M. Deshon, II. U. Cox. J. W, Sweenev. W. M. Mahan. W. II J. mild laxative and liver regulator Wc use it In the family and believe It Is the best medicine for the liver made." Try it. Insist on the genuine Thedford's. 25c a oack- - used sa ... ace. E-- William. Marcus and Jim White. It. F. Wilmut, J. D. Pope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, W. Elmore, T. C. Hankin. Huffman Ilros. Sain Cotton, Win. G. Anderson. T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Moss It. E. Henry. J no. M. White. Wright Herring. A. D. Iiradshaw, It. L. Harker. Scott Huffman Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. The Central Record, Thursday, June 7, 9 7. 1 1 JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Begins Thursday, June 7th. This sale is an offering of bona fide reductions on every article in one of the best assorted highest grade stocks of Dry Goods and Ladies' Garments in Kentucky. Only such merchandise as is wanted by the very particular trade. Never before in any of our Clearance Sales was there such an opportunity for money saving as In this Sale. Every item has advanced and will not be as cheap again for some years. COME IN THE MORNING! TERMS, SPOT CASH. NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT ON APPROVAL. Household Linens. lien the great warliejran we laid in an imIUmasks of nil mense line of Pure Linen Tabl kinds. Also Napkin;. Table Clot!n and Towel. These are now worth more than three times what we paid for them and no more pure linens comine A Tailored Suits Half Price. $25.00 $23.50 $17.50 $16.50 $12.50 $9.85 $7.50 be much Silk Dresses. We have in stock nearly one hundred most desirable styles in street and afternoon dresses in all the K)pu!ur materials mid colors. Taffetas. Crepe de Chenes, Pongees, Georgette, Etc Specials. 10c 14c Yanl llest Past Color Apron Gingham. Yard Genuine Punjab Percales, M in. best Percales made. Kunona Aprons, mniie of genuine Ainoskeag Ginghams. over. For two years we have Riven our customers nd now we are advantage of our foresitjht Retting to the end but still have a fair aorl-men- t of Irish and German Damasks that ARE EVERY THREAD PURE LINEN. These wil. be in Sale at Reduced Prices. We offer our entire line of Wooltex and New-Yormade suit except navy and black M exactly om-h- alf our regular prices. This includes Silk Suits as well. i.V). 00 Tailored Suits, all colors, now $35.00 Navv and Black These ranged in price from $1:! 60, $15.00, $!. Suits, now $35.00 Suits, other colors, now .. $J5 00 Navy Suit, now $2.".uu and Black 00, $J5 00 nml on up to 1.W. To make a quick clearance of these we will offer very decide reductions during this sale. Some exuuisite Party and dance dresses uil also be offered erv cheap. 59c 75c OCp lo inch. Choice of about fifty Wirth-mor- e Waists. All iwrfect but just sl.igle waists left over from recent selling. Fine lllcach-- d Suits, other colors. col- New Wash Dresses. We have more than a hundred absolutely rew White and Colored Wash Dresses which are just coming into season. But as everything is advertised these will also be offered at reduced prices. $19.75 Suits, in other Dress Silks. Everv piece of Silk, both Plain and our stock will be marked down colors in Taffetas, Chenes and a great many fanc I,,, nil Sheets, h,mmed full. seam-OJ- M by ors, row Fancy, in All OQ med, 1 A Extra heavy full bleached Turkish Hath Towels, hem- or, higher. $15.00 Suits, in otli.T col. now Remember that woolen goods fur this sale. sue HI by 111 irr-h- . will Satins, Georgettes, Crepe de dress silks. Special Value in White Homespun Crah Toweling market value is 20 cents. 1 1 Olp 89c--Ch- oice of 75 Womens' House Dresses, were $1.25 and $1.50 89c. Everything about this sale will be found exactly as represented. No evasions of any kind. All goods marked in plain figures and reduction cards on each line so that you can figure sale prices quickly. Pure Silk Stockings, in mack. White and Colors and Fancies, either McCallum. Kayser. Gotham Gold Stru- - or Onyx make. 1 Petticoats, with Seco top am wfJ(. fun rutllr ( Taffeta Silk, in all colors, dj f pl.iU f:f tpl.UU djl Of) Yard Genuine Irish. Union Linen Table Damask, full 70 inches wide, in five beautiful pat- 41.0U terns. A. B. FARMER'S COLUMN! dp ace below this beading Is foi toe eiclu-tvute ol our farmer utjicr Iters, aurl li for tbe sale of stock, giant awl such 4hiujj on (arm at the lrmt?r cannot afloM to ariver tine. No notice will be accepted ortrr tour Idle, anrt wfll le only hi two usuei ot the hrokti, freeof cbitrne Robertson & Brother. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. IU inch white Pure Re.inen Crash Toweling. member there are no more linen crashes to be had. CHAMOSETTE GLOVES -- We have them in white in all sizes and they will be on sale at Iteduced Price. A- OViU Yd. New Torpedo With Ears Soon to Be Demonstrated Here HICKS AT CObfcEGE Presented by the Senior Class, Assisted by Boys of the Junior and Sophomore Clashes of the Lancaster High School Friday Evening, June 8, 1917 at 7:45. FOK SALE: Sow and eight pltrs. Mi 3d Hulda Uoyk. h)lt new. FOlt SALE: A hay ralto as good as S. II. Estu SALEl-Oeer- ing HOd condition. OO Hinder. In G. A. Swinebroad. POIt SAI.Er-W.otobacco plants, vJudv'a Pride and White Hurley. It. I. Elkin, Hiram Hick", the Hraino Man Tom Morton, who writes advertisements Fritz Joiilon, Morton's chum who plays basket ball Adam Itiddicut. Prof, of Northern University Dean Smiley, Denn of Northern University Percy Itnhbins, a recent arrival from "deah Huston" Adolph Hopkins, u lazy boy Haitian HriKlts. a di Josh Anderson, 11 basket ball enthusiast Chas. Paillett. reporter for the "Dai'ej Shriek" Peter, popular proprietor of "The Pal" Wulker, maniiKer for thu Ilralno Man June Grant. i Seiior Chums interested respectively in Polly Portlo t llortou and Jordon Claire AnKellnu Jones, n Kirl, Susie SpriKHius, u freshman with u crush Daisy Armstrong, athletl? Kirl, Fluir Finley, u fusser mrl Mary Anderson, a freshman Flora Hell Delamarty, u waitress ut "the Pal" Mrs. Cobb, housekeeper lit "The Quarters" I.ilv, maid at "The Quurters" stnue-struck Will Itice Arr.on. Will .Mac Elliott James Nevius. Owen llendren. Wesley Dickerson. Itobt. ltos Howinan Grant. William Kinnaird. rvj Stapp, Va Cook. Hurton Stapp. vm, Kiiviirauuh. s FOlt SAKE: Sow and nine pigs Mrs. Hubble Ky. Anna Hubble. FOlt cor-i SALE-Fi- fty bands of old MR. WOOD DEMONSTRATING marvelous torpedo with ears, by Jloiitravllle Wood. ;- Family mare. I'jr .Sale Cheap15 scleutUt, Is to bo demonstrated hand .gentle for children. G. A. Howling lit tbu forthcoming Itedpath Chaiitaii-ijuhere by Mr. Wood hlmielf. It Is SALE; Nice two year old filly, estimated thut within n few muni lis FOlt by llurtons. horse unit out of u mare by ast moro than !i,000,00) people havu !(. E. Henry. old 'ronton. read at Montravitlo Wood nud this new torpedo. A good tobacco setter, ."Jale For The torpedo Is of such size that It only been used to set about 'JO acres of can be seen from ull parts of an auditobacci and is ready to hitch to, now. torium or chaiitauuu tent, and as It S. Morgan. follows tbe direction of the sounds created by Mr, Wood a feeling of sur125 foot tobacco FOR SALE-O- ne bed ready to set. Also one 9 year old prise aud awo Is notable throughout mure, gentle for lady and children to W. S. Embrv. drive. i'hotio 12. II. U. Frje, Hubble. HIS NEW TORPEDO UPON THE CHAUTAUQUA PLATFORM. t'oiirler-Joiirnal, Georia Katherine Jiourne. Moss. Nellie Cox. Sallio Cox. AlllUl. THE the audience. ,Nu nt the iloso of each Herald, Louisville DcniocrutChionlcIe, Dcs ierformaiue crouds gather ubout the Huclicstcr scientist while he answers mullltr.dl. Mollies llegMcr Lender. Philadelphia mills questions. Popular Mechanics Magazine, with n circulation of more I ban :rt,nn, used a luge story. Illustrated, In the Decern-be- r Issue. The lllustrutiHl Sunday Magazine, which in used as n supplement to six-lee- u big city newspapers with a million and n quarter circulation, told of Wood and Ids torpedo In tho Nov, -Issue, served at that time were Minne-aHilthe Pittsburgh Gazette-TimeTribune, Memphis Commercial Apieal, Detroit Free Press, lloston aIich Kidney. a l'arx Itccord, Cnliiiiiliiis Dlspnteh, Milwaukee Sentinel, (Iniaha World-Herald- , Wnneslcr Telegraph. Da)tnu News, rm Mow (Tribune nml ItiilTalo Tillies. All I'lillrel) illtTeient descriptive ! ry ub'iiit Mr. Wood and his Invention appeared Oct 1." In nine newspaper with u ciimlilned circulation of iieaily 7ki,imm Chicago Herald, Pittsburgh leader, Halt Luke City News, Seattle Times, Columbus Dispatch, Oregon Journal. San Diego I'nlon, San Francisco Chronicle and I.os Angeles ut, fUy IW, r,miui Acton. Mamie S. Dunn. Suaie Conn' Wesley Dickerson. '"F" ' ACT I. he Scene-"T- Time Scene Time Pal". Three days before the Championship Game. ACT II. Campus of Northern University. Morning, tbe day of the name. ACT III. "The Quarters", home of the boys. the jubilee after the game. 10 1 grade black bull. FOlt SAI.E-HI- gh months old, also Poland China boar, year old, lurge type, Hubt, It, Fox, Lancaster, Ky., June 20th to ?Sth. Scene Tims-Evening,