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In accordance with ii request made by Secretary McAdoo over the phone to Mr. J. KoLert Cornn the court house bell rang at U o'clock Monday night and will do so each night until and Including Thursday. This is to remind the people that the LiberFLAG DAY. ty Itonds have not all been disposed of. Today, June I t. Is the 110th nnnlvtr- - It is hopml that the reminder will causo adoption of the stars and many to thus hclp(their country nt this snrv of th stripes as the Hag of our country. It critical time in raising money to carry is a national anniversary and is becom on the great war that has just been ing more generally observed each year. begun. This year it will doubly be so on hccount of the world wide war Into which LLOYD MARET our country has been forced. Show your colors, fly your flag today. NUMBER II. glFHB. Gome In And See' Os IS COMPLETE AND OUR STOCK ts 'rS(BjrrBrg Place Your Order for a DEERING PRICES RIGHT, ON Screen Doors, Lawn Mowers, Screen Cloth, ' Lawn Swings, Porch Swings, Refrigerators, Cream Freezers, Stoves, Ice Chests, Hammocks, Garden Plows, House, Roof and Floor Paints. Oil Oar Slock. I Too Large To DIES SUDDENLY SUNDAiTcToOL MEETING ' There will be n district business meeting of the Hrvantaville Sunday School next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. This Meeting is held primarily tn complete the orgitnization in tins disttlct and n good attendance is naked to be present. WAR TAX ON DOGS. Kentucky reader who believes that dog "nothing U so much a luxury urges n war tux of $10 on each dog, for raising revenue and discouraging the keeping of dog.. He figure, and quit uccdratclv. that less dogs would mean more sheep, and also more f icd for uni mala which better deserve upkeep. Through the increase of llock3 material for much needed food and clothing would be promptly provided. A Name All Articles That We Carry. Lloyd Maret, son of Mr. James Mar-c- t, of Rooncway fame, died at his home nt Ml. Vernon Thursuay afternoon, irged J I years. He was ill of pneumonia only IS hours. Resides the father. Mr. Maret leaves a wile to whom he was married only a feV months ago. Mr. Maret was n telegraph operator for the L. and N. for many years and was n Full Line of Deering Parts Mowers, BINDER Twiae. Conn LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. iil rir clever ma- n- Interior Journal. Mr. Maret was well known In Lancaster where hi has often visited and we regret to learn of his passing away. TWO LOCAL Rakes and PHYSICIANS ENLIST Dr. W. L. Carman, of Taint Lick and Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, of this hy have recently offered their services to the Reserve Medical Corp and each HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky gi ilfJILJS CAN I AFFORD NOT TO LONG TO THE RED CROSS r? Guverii- in TEN MILLION REGISTER. ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION "Can I ntr.ini not to Uj my part In shoirg that i s our mcnt. our army, our navy ami our Allies, the United State, n supporting tlieinT" mry peno'i i f More than 10,000.000 young Ameri cans enrolled for war service Tuesday and nt no place in the country were any disturbance's of a serious nature rclort- from all the Mates 'd. Governors elegraphed Gen. Chowder, however, that a full registration wa3 indicates A and that splendid order prevailed. feature of the registration v;as the refusal of hundreds of thousands to answer the question "Do vou claim This matter was left to the exemption boards. Mr. John S. Robinson, one of the war. Shall wo Our hoys will soon be In the mMit nrineinle owners of the Crab Orchard LIBERTY BONDS Springs hotel died suddenly at Dr. not eiuip nn'l support them? SUBSCRIBED FOR Dick's Sanatarium near Louisville last Tmise who can't Unlit must pay. We muit dedicate our Thursday morning after an illness or County Does lis Fall Duly only a few days. "Uncle Johnny" as energies and out resojrecs. he was familiarly called by his menus, lf vou Garrard county has done its full duty will be greatly missed at the Springs Have you read "Mr. Ilritling Sees It Through"? and much soirow wil' bo felt that he is in subscribing for tho Liberty Bonds. did not realiie there was a war until will recall that Mr. Drilling He is survived by ono son, Of the two billion loan asked of the no more. William Robinson, of Memphis and one people, Garrard countys share was his son Hugh was killed. Thats our trouble. We don't realize daughter. Mrs. Robert Saufley, of the large snm of $100,000.00. Mr. B. I'hecnix, Ariz. this war. We think of it as something remote. Djn't wait un F. Hudson was appointed chairman with two cashiers of the five banks of til your boy is killed to join the Red Cross. BANK TAKEN CHARGE OF the county as a committee to assist to raise from the people of the county the Mr. Charlie Thompson, who has been subscription for these bonds. serving In the Garrard Bank and Trust These gentlemen labored faithfully for Company, aa individual with our people to float the bonds butit the past year or more has resigned this was found RED CROSS MEETINGS at the meeting called for LET'S TRY IT position and accepted a more lucrative eight o'clock at the Citizens Bank for of the First State Rank one as cashier The class on "First Aid U the InjurTuesday morning that only $60,000.00 Garrard County will have an opporat Livingston, Ky. Charlie is a splen ed" wilf meet at Dr. Kinnaird'a ollice tunity to compete in the contest to be did young man and we congratulate him had been subscribed for. The chairman 7. Thursday night at held at the State Fair this year, in at this meeting told of the labor and on hia worthy promotion and feel that All who are interested in making which many prizes will be given for the great effort that has been made to preho will make good in his new field. Mr. surgical supplies for tho Iteil Cross best agricultural exhibits mado by any sent the importance of the matter to J. N. Brown, of the Mercer National the people with the result realized and meet at the Womans Club loom Friday county. Not alone does tins oner an Rank, of Harrodsburg, succeeds Mr. at 'i P. M. opportunity to get a cash prize, but it Thompson and assumed his duties last that it would take heroic effort to sell oilers great advertising posubilities for Monday morning. the remaining $'40,000.00 by Thursday noon, yolunteers wern asked for to "What constitutes a day's work7" the selling of real estate and the compewell aid in the big task. In response to the Wo figure it out that it depends alto- titlon promises to be vigorous-a- s CONSCRIPT LOAFERS. call, the business men of Lancaster, If you lay as the most interesting feature at the gether on your occupation. Many of those who were and are op Faint Lick and Bryantsville closed their brick, eight hours; if you keep houc, Fair. You farmers who pride in the of first class production posed to compulsory military service business houses and answered the call. sixteen hours; if you preach the gospel, production two hours; if you are a porter in a should get busy and mnke an cITort to would most heartily approve conscrip lhe chairman asked for 100 men with sleeping car, twenty hours; If you serve have Garrard county represented in tion and the draft if it could be applied automobiles to leave the public square the government, one hour; and if you this contest. Really wo should have iin to Idle boys made the means of keeping in Lancaster on Wednesday morning at exhibit that would carry olT n prize. It them at work. A committee has been seven o'clock to be joined by others at arc a newspaper man, twenty-fou- r is well worth the effort. Try it. investigating the matter reported to Uryuntsviue anu rami lick to cover hours. government authorities that there are the entire county. The response was now two million habitual idle boys of generous. More than 100 responded fourteen and eighteen. Anyone who who had already bought a Liberty Bond. At a meeting at tho Citizens Bank it has noticed the vacant-eyeyoung was found that the full quota of the slouchy, cigarette-smokinloafers who hang around city street county had been taken and the county corners will easily believe tho report had done its duty. We wish that wo had the space to The Youths Companion. give the names of all the gentlemen As we told you most Bacons coutuin an excess of salt. who gave their time and such effective SWEET CLOVER. work in bringing to the peoples atten They require to be freshened before being cooked. Much interest is being manifested by tion their duty in taking these bonds. county In Sweet the farmers of the We would like also to give the names These Ducons cost less per pound than ours, but when Clover. Mr. Frank Holtzclaw on the and amounts subscribed for by thoso you fltjuro on this salt at about 15c a pound, there is a Crab Orchard pike ha. a beautiful field patriotic citizens who answered the different story to tell. of the same which is attracting much first of the nations important calls. attention several carloads of farmers Men in ordinary circumstances freely The beauty of our Bacon is that there is not the least having gone out to see It from town "did their bit" and worked for the bit of waste about it. Mr. Holtzclaw sowed the clover In tho success of the loan in the county spring of 1910 and at the present time Women as well as men, and several of In a pound of it there are 16 ounces that It strikes one around the shoulders. Mr, our patriotic colored citizens answered can be eaten. We would be glad to have you F. E. Merriman, District Agent of the with liberal subscriptions. Some of U, S. Dept. of Agriculture pronounced these colored people took as high as try the brand we handle. this to be one of the belt field he had high as $400.00 In bonds. . We think you would agree with us that it is a superior ever teen. Mr. Holtzclaw-say- s Sweet This Is a fine evidence of the patrio article. Clover beati any clover or grass that tic spirit of our people and we are In' the has ever tried and that he Intends deed proud of the sentiment manifest to get his entire farm seeded to It. ed thruout the county In making this een Richmond St., and the first loan to our country for the war. a Pi Kappa Alpha Every man and every woman in tab. School Bullhing Fraternity Fin with Initials C. D. E county Ii a soldier and they ihow that Return to this office and receive liberal they are going to do thtlr part to win the war and are ready to do it now. reward. It ii idle tC Jt your eyes to what before us. JOHN S. ROBINSON DIES. have passed satisfactory examinations. Dr. Carman has bee.i ordered to report nt Fort Oglclhrope, fia., today and Dr. Kinnaird, who received his commission last Thursday, has been ordered to secure his necessary uniform and to be ready to rport at an early date. Garrard county is losing for time two of our most capable young physicians, vet their friends are proud of their patriotism, while they all realized that each is making u great sacrifice in giving up their lucrative practice. Their records will be watched through the entire war. by their host of friends back home and will wish them good health and goon luck during their patriotic sen ice. ::7j:r::5::7::;:T 8i 'i J a K w "And for jour country, boy, and for that flag, never dream a dream but of serving her as she bids you, though the f trvice carry you through a thousand hell?. to you, never let a night pass flag. No matter what happens :: 5 but you pray God to bless and government, that, even, Remember, boy, that behind all these men that you have officers and people I w : K to do with, behind f there is the Country Herself, your Country, and that you belong to Her as you belong to your own mother. Stand by Her, boy, as you would stand by your mother if those devils there had got hold of her today" Philip Nolan, the "Man Without a Country," who "loved his country as no other man has loved her." u H ' s book-keep- Most Wonderful Story Ever Filmed. The Undisput-ed Sensation of the N It Day FILMED BY 3ELIG POLYSCOPE COMPANY THE FROM REX BEACH'S BOOK BACON ECONOMY. "Spoilers" NEW ORIGINAL. EDITION TWELVE REELS Direct from the Sellg Studios. IN A Tale of The Great Northwest. Tingling With Action and Excitement. Saturday, June .16. Matinee Afternoon & Night Admission 10 and 25cts. (Surrey's LOST:-Betw- The Central Record, Thursday, June 14, 1917. 1 Block Summer Glothe3 STANFORD We carry the most up-to-da- te line of Mr. J.'S. Hocker was in London Saturday on business. ley. Miss Annette Wrsy of Danville, is Rev. Howard J. Bratelton has been the guest of Miss Frances Tate. chosen as pastor of the CnristUn church Miss Lillian Mueller, is at homo from of this city and will takechargo Sunday Morganton, N. C, for the sumnier. Hey. Brszelton has recently morning. Merrltt, bt Danville It teen pastor of the Christian church atl Mist Chtistlne the guest of relatives and friends here. Mayfield, and comes to this city with high recommendations. This church A Itcd Cross Chapter In this city and without a pastor since Rev. 300 members were secured Mon has been about D. M. Walker left here some months day. ago for Shelbvvllle. Mr. Ilrazellon has Miss Ellen Scott is the guest of Miss n family of a wife and son. for a few Mary Burns at Covington, ' A. T. Traylor died very sudile nlv at days. Miss Lucile Uubosc o f Nashville his home in the Dudderar Mill section Tenn, is the guest of Kev. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon. Although he had been in poor health for some time his P. L. Bruce. death was not expected nt this time. Mrs Mildred S. Beazley, of Lancaswns in town Saturday and ter, is the guests of relatives nnd MrTraylor seemed to feel better than he had for friends here. some time. He had been n suffer of Miss Johnnie Atbill, of Iiichmond, heart disease for years which brought has returned home after a visit to Miss about his unexpected death. He was Lottie Carson. about M years old and had spent the GIvens Smith, of near UryanUvllle, greater portion of hit life in this coun has bepn here for several days with ly, where he raado friends of every ono relatives and friends. is survived by his he met. Miss Dora Straub has been confined wife, who was Miss Eliza Palmer and n to her room for several weeks on ac- son, Mr. Jesse Traylor of Corbin. Mr. Traylor will also he grently mlsoed by count of Illness but is improving. Bjney McKechnie nnd Lynn Davis Harry' Weil, who hos always lived with went to Lexington Saturday and took him. The funeral was conducted by Rev. J. G. Livingston and interment the examination to enter the navy. in the Goshen cenietcrySaturdav. Mrs Chloc Murphey and daughter, Miss Emily Murphy, of Shelby City, were the guests of Mrs George F. THE HOME GARDEN. e. served. The table was beautifully decorated In flowers a.id flags. Appro priate tastes were given for Mrs Sauf- Commencement. Let us show you our fine of suitable presents for the boy and girl graduate. Cut Flowers. Leather Goods. Box Candy. Jewelry. Fountain Pens. Stationery. Kodaks. Fine Ever Ready Razors. Pocket Knives. McRoberts Drug Store even: They started Gents Furnishings in Lancaster. Also a beautiful line of LEGHORNS. PANAMA AND STRAW HATS of all kinds. Logan & Anderson Bros. $10,000 STARE WILL BE HORSE SHOW FEATURE FAIR. AT KENTUCKY STATE HOW ONE LIVES AT KAVANAUGH. Do not put oiiloim where they grew ear, or thu onion inapsot will cause, you trouble. Select a new place for them ami chance nil the crop around. They will do better. cultivator vv It U a pkhi horse hitched to tho rhjht tint of It will do nioro digging In I'alf nil hour thau n man In n week and do It much easier. Miss Mary Early, who has been in So put jour gnnltn stun In pm. ,V high lmi.li rnulerry Is botli nu or school at Austin Texas, has returned to n Jelly fruit plant. Hit this city to be with her parents. Kev. namental and the house. ont n few nlwut and Mrs. M. D. Early. Apple tree make good shndi tree for the buck )ard, nnd If n nrlety like Miss Blanche VanDever, of Morgan-towN. C, D. & D. School, is here Duchi'M, Wealthy or even some of the they will Ih appreciated the guest of her father, M. 0. Van- crab nrt ucd at fruiting time. Dever and sister. Mrs J. C. Lynn. Just as txK'ti n the fruit I well out Mrs A. Mims, of Catlettsburg, has of the ground It will do to mW onion been the guest nf her sister, Mrs E. C. need and pens. Ilevtn, early jotatoo!, Im Walton. She left Sunday and was ac- spinach, radishes nnd lettuce innjearly too. Tcniler vegetables companied as far as Lexington by Mru Planted should wait until Int.i April or May. Mrs Carl A. Carter and handsome little son, Edwin Depauw, are the guests of relatives and friendat Nash vllle, Tenn. The Lincoln County School Convention will be held at Crab Orchard Christian church on July 2Ctb. A great convention is expected. last One was fed grain the other PurinaChicken Chowder and Purina Chick Feed Griin feed tontilni an circes of eat an' f e'cy fitment i, and ii thort on tort, Hood, feathers ind leaai , .t lotming dementi. tl.eleatnuir.iitr alone detehps e..lyali A rhifk fed ( lllioerl mtnt i mr;'icdlnthcfr d. Pi :ir.l Chicken CKe. 'a grain femt, and drr provides tS i menu that tre deficient drrtlot the i 'a. to the nitiruin. Wl.cn lid M t'bliu VceJ, j directed, 'C grantee Chick ti' Wm ilEf.HtJml Double development or rronc." .clc daring i!.e r t T: . . vtckii' t. & S Purina Crick red mp' rjor-jes IGat w,",,"1 UM" I -- "World's Championship" For Fite Gaitcd Horses As the result of a suggestion from Jumps Cauthorn, of the Breeder and Sportsman. San Francisco, Cal., there will be a $10,000 world's championship saddle horses atthonext for State Fair should various breeders and horse owners subscribe $5,000 to the stakes. The State Fair Association will match this amount, will charge no entrance fee and deduct nothing from money winners, and will give free stalls and bedding to the horses actually contending and pay the hotel bills of those persons actually competing in the event. with Mr. Cauthorn Is Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen and $1,100 already has been guar anteed. Commissioner Cohen is writ ing to his friends and horsemen all over the country and tlio remainder ol me amount seems assured. Three judges will make the awards in this contest. One will come irom the Kentucky State Board of Agricul-turone from the Culifornio State Board of Agriculture and tho third from the Missouri State Board of Agriculture. It Is believed that the Saddle Ureedess' Association will donate $1,000 toward the stakes. It Is the Intention of both Mr. Cauthorn and Commissioner Cohen to divide this stako into fourshowsof $2,500 each as follows: Stallions, any ue; marc, any age; gelding, uny age; dividing the money into CO, 25 and IS per cent, und permitting only money winners In tho thrco sex classes to compete in thu final event which will be for the' championship of d tho world. "Kentucky horsemen and lovers of flno horses, especially those who would Timo is the best test of truth. Here compete in this event, are expected to ij a Lancaster story that has stood tho writo me guarunteling amounts eudici-en- t test of time. It is a story with a point to make up tho $3,000," said Mr. which will come straight homo to many Cohen. of UJ. "For uny exhibitor entering under Mrs. J. W. I'umphrey, Danvlllo St., tho usual terms of C per cent, and it is Lancaster, says; "I suffered with my now up to the horsemen. If they are back and could not sleep well at night willing to put up half tho money the on account of the terrible aching. My State Board of Agriculluro is willing to was so painful and weak that I put the ether half, and bring io tho back could not get up or do any housework tho coming Kentucky Stato Fair the 1 was told of Doan s Kidney greatest saddle horse event ever pre- at all. They guvu me Fills and got u box. sented." great relief fium the first." (StateIt was voted unanimously by the ment given March 20, 1003). members of the Stale Board of AgriSTILL PUAISES DOAN'S culture not to permit the use of the On November IS, 11)10 Mr?. machines for tho races dursaid; "I still recommend Doan's ing the State Fair. Premium lists of various departments were raited. The Kidney Pills, for they ore the best poultry department's awards were in- kidney medicine I ever used. I have creased $100. Commissioner Cohen an- had little kidney trouble In the past several years, but when I have needed nounces the appointment of the W. It. Crabb. of Bowling a kidney medicine, I have used Doan'a Green; John T. Collins, of Paris; W. A. Kidney rills and I have been relieved." 60c at all dealers. Dickerson, of Trenton and Charlei Co., Mfgrs, Buffalo. N. Y. Green, of Centralis, Mo. Pum-phre- y i: Foiter-Mlluurn At this time when every one is stirred with stories of military life, it will be interesting to know that at Kava- naugh Camp a buglo call announces rising time, meals, recreation, all meeting, in fact everything. Then be sides there will be a class in First Aid work, where any who desire may be instructed by a competent doctor in the essentials of rendering service to the wounded soldiers. Dr. Ethel Polk will have charge of this clais. Dr. Folk is just back from China, where she has had a large practice and hai done a great work. Kavanaugh is a training up. camp for life, where one is drilled by Rev. Joseph Ballou preached his 50th competent officers of experience in life anniversary sermon at the Christian "how to live." church Sunday morning to a well filled house. Rev. Ballou is in Ids E2nd year and has done much good In his Masters SOY BEANS. work. Io Demand Here And Much Sown For Miss Marion Grimes returned home last week from Transylvania Unlver Foodstuff. sity, Lexington. She was accompanied The soy bean ulready has reached a by her friend. Miss Campbell, of Union place of high economic importance in City", Tenn., who spent several days America and Europe as a foodstuff. with her. The seed of the eoy bean, unlike that Dr. and Mrs. W. 11. O'Bannon have of the cowpea, rarely Is attacked by returned home after spending several the weevil or other grain instcts. weekB in the south. Dr. O'Bannon is Even where the oil Is extracted the remuch pleased with the southern prossultant meal is a very desirable food. agriculDuring tho present season the demand pects forging to the front, in for seed by food manufacturers has re- tural developments. Mrs. J. E. Johnson uf Pittsburg Pa., sulted in greatly increased prices. In view of the large demand, production who has been the guest of her father, In excess of requirements is very Im- Col. Georgo P. Bright nnd sister, Mr?. probable and this season's crop un- Susan B. Yeuger, has returned home. doubtedly will command protituhls She took little Miss Mary Margaret prices. Tho soy bean also Is a soil Im- Jennings with her for a visit. prover and the straw is valuable for J. Welch Rochester, assistant cashier feeding purposes. of tho Lincoln County National Bank, has been confined to his home for several days on account of Illness. He will EIGHT YEARS AFTER probably go io Asheville, N. C, for n stay m toon as he Is able to make the Lancaster Testimony Remains Unshkcn. trip. The W. O. T. U. Convention held here Friday was greatly enjoyed by nil who attended. The cession during tho day were largely attended. At tho evening session tho address given by Dr. Carolyn (lelsel, of Battle Creek, Mich., was ono the best ever delivcied in thU city. Dr. Gelscl is indeed a pleasant speaker. There were about 2,000 people In this city on Thursday for the raising of "Old Glory". Col. Colston's address was thoroughly enjoyed and received much applause. He urged very diligent ly that everybody do something for his country, not wait for the other fellow do. Speeches made by Judge Charles A. Hardin and W. B. Hansford, were enjoyed. Mits Either Burch entertained Ton Saturday afternoon In honor of Mis Shelton M. Saufley, who leaves Friday for Richmond to make her future home. After a social hour at Miss Burch's rooms the guetts went to The Princess, where delicious icea and cakes were Walton. Miss Margaret Shanks, who has. been a student at Science Hill College, has returned home to spend the summer with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. C. Shanks. Miss Lucile Cooper, who taught at Fultcn, Mo., last year is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs G. B. Cooper. Miss Clara Cooper, who taught at Berkley, Cal., is also here. Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley and son, Shelton Jr. will leav Friday for Rich mond, where they will make their fu ture home. It is with much regret that this community give this family e, ""VJ . I taovr-Jc- r X - Profit In Shttp. ronr of eiierlmrntal work with breeding ewe at the IVmiKylva- nla State college. liae shown that If n r ewe In to bo made reasonable profit an average of nt least one lamb per ewe 'equivalent to loO per wit lambs) should be rnlsrd. An unusual effort should lio made this your by all farmer ttrvplug sheep to save and rolse all la lulu dropped. Five Meet tad rti B"rrTv cui Crii--.1LJ- . r ALL DEALERS For Sale By Fair List Prices Time Tested Road Tested BLACK SAFETY TREAD TIRES GOODRICH - mm Fair Treatment u fls 1.917 i UNDREDS of thousands of tire users from the pioneer days of the automobile, acclaim Goodrich Tires the TESTED TIRES of America on the TEST of TIME. But the Road Test is the Goodrich Toat foe ita TJrcs. Six fleets of Goodrich Test Car3 in cb: widely different sections of our country, arc daily putting the ROAD TEST to Goodrich Tire3 to briny out the BEST in tires for you. The Dlxh f;Tho PratrU Atlantic Flctt. Hettt The. factRs Tfee; Tlio Mountain Flett, Tho Lake fef; Tho Utnd of ALL Ijclnbor Coodriclt Tires aealnst evcr and eitry html of cJi'mqiVc handicap ro Millions of miles tlw average of Uc combined flcct3 13 300,000 miles a week thus settle the durability and rcsilicnco of the Goodrich principle of the UNIT MOLD, unbroken euro, Goodrich haa always maintained was BEST for fabric tirc3. Buy this TESTED certainty of a lasting tire, backed up by Goodrich Fair Treatment, in Goodrich Elacls baiety'i reads. THE B. F. GOODRICH Akron, Ohio QM&fcltlb. CO. " SIM' ' Goodrich also mokes tho famous Bllvertown Cord., Um lire ulikh von tho 1916 ltuciug Chuniploudiip Alio the Bttt TubttBmm omi Cray For sale by all dealers Best In the Long Hun fi feagr The Central Record, Thursday. June 14, 1917. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 OF PAINT LICK Mrs. C. 9. Ellis has as her guest her mother, Mrs. House, of flutler. Mrs. W. C. Fish who hss been quite ill Is some better at this writing. Mils Mettle Williams was the guest of Mrs. Edd Williams the past week l)r W. L. Carman Is with his home people In Washington Court House, Ohio Miss Bessie Cochran, of Whites Sta tion is visiting her sister, Mrs O. C. riMlt SALE Having sold my farm, I will on SATURDAY, RED BLOOD AMERICANISM JUNE 23rd., 1917 SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors - to Hughes & Swincbroad OF - LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE lJIND OF NOW" SXPER1ENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Our reeordt for tlie put eight ytars show sales of more thin 13,000 acres of land, besides a large amount of town and city property and atocka of merchandise, amounting to more than $1,U80, 000.00 and thia business was don to the entire aatlafaction of more than UiO clients and cuitomtra and they are my references for "fair dealing." From my experience In the buaineaa I know how, when, where and what to advertise. rm lands, city property, dwellings To the one who has property to I solicit lota or builneas property, merchandise or any real eatate proposition, your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. I.lst your farm or other property with me now. I now hare on hand a long list of parties who are going to buy something: somewhere and your property may be just what I am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, solicit your patronage as I know values and know that when you close a deal through me you will get "value received" for your money. I have on hand for sale at all times a Large Number of Farms. Dwelling! CitV l'roperty not in the advertised Hat, as my list of property is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties and some of my beat properties are not advertised at the request of the ownera. of Garrard County, write me anil I will tell you If you are n all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, schools and churches, of Lancaster and Its business, its people and Its growth. The following Is Just a few of the properties 1 have on hand for aale now. sell-fa1 sell to the highest bidder, the following personalty, at llryantsville, Ky. One brood mare in foal to Jack; 1 saddle mare 4 years old; 1 veurlirg Oily and a good one; 2 one year old mare mules; 1 number one short horn cow. seven years old with calf at side; 1 four Itucker.l year old short horn cow and calf; 1 Mr and Mrs Leslie Sloan of Hubble yearling horn heifer; 1 sow and spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs E. nine pigs;short 1 brood sow; G shoats weigh' U Woods. ing about 75 pounds; seven 40 pourd Mrs. R. Q. Woods has returned from shoats. a two weeks visit to Mansfield, Ohio FARMING TOOLS:-O- ne Superior and Detroit. wheat drill; 1 Champion mower; Fifty Mr. J. D. Hurchell and family yisited good locust post; 1500 tobacco sticks; 1 his sister Mrs. V. I. Ilrumfield in Jest-amidriving cart; one buggy and harness; 1 set wagon harness and 2 sets of plow Co. Sunday. Misses Maude Ledfcrd and Lena gear. Lot of household and kitchen furni Jackson of Berea visited Mrs. Conn a ture and other things too numerous to few days this week. Sale begins promptly at ten Misses Lottie Carson and Fanny mention. llrandenburg of Richmond are the guest o'clock. Terms made know on day of (2t.) sale. of Miss Mary Stewart. N. r. COBB, Bryantsvllle, Ky. The Presbyterian Miasionary Society met with Miaaes Jennie and Susie Illg-gin- s, A. T. Scott, Auct. IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country Is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importarce of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as Is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney back If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back home for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar torthreee boxes, legally guaranteed for the stomach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. FAIIMS. A farm of 150 acres, about 100 acres of clin and fsrm of 1M partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with grazing land thrown In. acres with splendid improvements, land lies well and is on 1 ike. A small farm of 25 acres, with 5 room house, good orchard, well located, on pike, close to school and churches, or 10 acres with large bam adjoining can be added, making 35 acres, l'ossesslon at once. A small farm of 43 acres, 3 milea from town, on pike, new 7 room dwelling and new barn, goo I land Wt well. A farm of fiO acres, on pike 2, miles from town, land rolling, very fertile, mostly In graas. large tobacco barn I room house. A farm of MJ acre), extra tobacco and hemp land, rolling, 2 large barns, splendid dwelling, lar.d well fenced ai.d well wattled tenant hcuie ami other out buildings. A farm of 9ri acres of rich land, part level and part rolling, line dwellirg of 8 rooms, halls, cellar etc. 2 acre orchard, 2, miles from town en pike. This one a bargain. 55 acrca of very tertile land on pike 1 mile from town, good dwelling ar.d, flue orchard ar.d the land priced right. large barn and other A farm of 123 acres, 4 miles from town, on pike, lar.d partly rolling splendid improvements. A farm of 110 acres of fine Isnd well improved, on pike accessible to marl ket of three county seats, land lies well. mile from pike, with good improv- A small farm of 18 acres, CITV PROPERTY: New medern dwelling of 8 rooms, 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern improvements, furnace heated, electric lights, water wcrks, small modern barn and 4 acres of land. . A dwelling of 6 rcoms ard cut buildirgs and 4 acres of land. 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. Another r.ew modern dwelling of A number of other dwellings and building lots. For further particulars and prices inquire of menU. Friday afternoon. Dr and Mrs Jack Slavin of Danville, were guests of Mr and Mrs T. R. Slavin, several days last week. Miss Annie Todd entertained a num ber of her young friends in a delightful manner on Friday evening. Mr. disss Carrier, of Lancaster, was the guest of his cousins, the Misses McWhorter the past week. Mrs. Jennie Carter and Mrs. Susan Lowery, of Troy, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Uuyn. Mr and Mrs I'aul Griggs of Richmond were guests of Mrs 1. C. Rucker and Miss Chastine, the past week. Miss Matlic Walker is spending a few days with Miss Mary Walker at Norton Infirmary in Louijville. Miss Marie Ledford has returned home after a few days visit with her aunt Mrs. George Moody at Kingston. Mesdamcs II. L. Wallace. II. J. Patrick and Miss Lucy Francir, attended the W.C.T.U. Convention in Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. Itawlings of Heidelberg and Mrs. Lon Urandenburgof Richmond guests of Mm. Sophia were week-enTreadwav. and sons have Mr and Mrs Reid returned to their home in Middlesboro. after a visit to their parents. Mr and Mrs II. M. Lear. Mesdames Oscar Hammock, F. 11. Smith 'and R. G. Woods attended the W. C. T. U. Convention in Richmond, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cornn and little daughter were visitors in Berea a few days of the past week and attended the Commencement exercises. Rev. C. T. Ellis was able to fill his pulpit Sunday Morning after beingcon fined to his bed for several days with a severe attack of lumbago. d LIVE STOCK NOTES. As the heavy spring work comes on the work teams should be foil and cared for In the most careful STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. I Dakoto 3729-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. way. If kept right, bogs are Dot apt to have much the matter with them. The sweetest mutton ever made was from feeding barley with plenty of pros and hay. IMan for n variety of horso feeds. Barley la an excellent grain for n horte; also peas. These, of course, should be cnuli- cd txjforo feeding. Tho wool a sheep bears will pay Its way on the farm. There Is not so much rail for very fat pork ns there was n few years ago. r Office Phone 229. Id 3C 3C 3t J iiihiii a i at Rainey's Livery Stable. -Kentucky Lancaster. OmceIIours.-mJ Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. in i RUBY GLOSS tauM, PLUM PEST CONTROL Curculio Bsatla. JL Furniture Polish Tour WORLD'S BEST DCSTS. CLEAXS, 1'lano, Woodwork. Automobile. Finished Floors, aud all Varnished Surfaces. Clear, pure and free from any cum. Will not gather duat. a It elves . Turnlture, 8pray Mixtura That Provsd Effective In Destroying M. K. Deans anil Spraying with arsenate of lead with Doctors Of Denial Surgery. a soap Hiireuder and sticker proved nioMt effective III tests conducted by Offlce: Stormei RnlldlugoTei Hurt & Andc on, ut ntiure Store. . the Ohio experiment station te control KENTUCKY. the plum curculio, n leetle that nttnckn LANCASTER. plums, cherries, apples aud other fruits, causing thcui to fall off or to be gnarled, wormy and worthless for market. Two to three pounds of arscnato of bor lead pusto arc mixed with deaux and two pounds of soft soap plums or Lfor Men and applied Just after the and Boys. Best by test. cherries have bloomed, tueu again In Every pair guaranteed. about two weeki and If necessary in tho latter part of July to destroy C. COX. emerging from the young beetle ground at that time. The bordeaux f . A. Wheelei hard, a brighter frlo: than wax and easier to use. dry, bright rort IT'S FLOORS The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes Manse.Ky Haqderi Poiuruno csn CedarOL 4 Guaranteed money wilt be refunded, tire attraction or your To clve en- -- 6. J. F. Holtzclaw & Son. J.E. EDWARDS. H.D ?Maat4aaaaaaaaaaaft"6fleamfiF3eaaaaaai J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Offlce Over National Bank. hone 3. Office Phone 27 Residence LANCASTER. KY. SWINEBROAD. THE REAL ESTATE HAN. Lancaster. Kentucky. Phone 365-- M BUCKEYE, KY. f The FISK Smile the smile of tire satisfaction. This man has found n manufacturer he likes to do business with, who fulfills nil his ideas of what n concern should be in its policy and methods. The company that makes , 2pav9VsjrKPjsaav ftsaBBaaaSFal John H. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. D. V-- The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful test extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price R. L. Elkin H. 0. Arnold. J. C. Rigsby. Mrs. E. L. Fraree John Tatum. POSTED ti T. R. Slavin. R. L. Darker. II. M. Lear. Sirus Daily. JI. It. L. Arnold. C. M. Moberly. S. C. Ricshy. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary KENTUCKY. Julia Parks cash. HUNTERS We will add other names for 25 cents f H. J. PATRICK. TARE NOTICE. Dentist Faint Liok, Kentuokv. ricturo shous Mcintosh apple treo tn Jul of Its second ea?on'a growth. Tlic treo liail been pruned with a view to ileveloplntr an Tpcn headV stands back of every Fisk dealer to see that every user gets his full money '8 worth in mileage and tire satisfaction. TIRES Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. I Haaelden Brothers. I mixture, nddctl to control rots, Is made by dissolving two pound of copper John M. McRoberts, sulphate (blue vitriol) In hot water, to tuo mlltt o: ddlui: tbN solution lliuo obtained by bIuUIhb threo pounds ot quicklime ami then diluting tho mixture ot tbeso materials with water Veterinary Surgeon. to make, llflv cnllons. Where tlicfo HPruyu wcro applied at tho timed India Calls answered promptly, day or cnteil curculio beetles wcro completely night. Phone 301. checked In n single season, and so lit tle Injury occurred tho next year that Lancaster, Kentucky. only ono spraying after bloom was nee e.sary. This Insect, which Is generally dis tributed throughout thoctutcru United SAFETY-SERVICStates, emerges from whiter quarters aud begins feeding ou young fruit nud SATISFACTION leaves tn April aud May, much dependEggs ing upou weather conditions. The big 3fcomblnatlon are laid In a holo cut lu tho young punctures alono lead to fruit These in The deformed, uuaalablo fruit, nud the when larva feeding within causes further injury. Often, the largest part ot the crop of fruit falls because of such at Agency tacks, aud tho Insect afterward leaves the fruit and completes Its life cycle Year Farm Alio In the ground. Dr. Printus Walker. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect tho came on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the Rome laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for tho purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us havo the right to kill rabbits on our Turms or permit it to he done by another under our supervision, or the and supervision of some responsible reliable person selec'ed by us. This November ISth, 1916. R. L. Elkin. J. E. Robinson, W. II. Drown, Jno. M. Farru, Alex Walker, W. U. Burton. T. A. Elkin, llaselden Bros., F, M. Tinder, J. II. Daiton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith, G. M. Deshon. J. N. Ross. II. B. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Bros, William, Marcus and Jim White. B. F. Wilmot, J. U. Pope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook. J, ff. Elmore. Huffman Bros, T. C. Rankin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. Whit, R. E. Henry, Bright Herring. A. D, Bradshaw. R, L. Barker. Scott Huffman Wm. am LUiie Onitott. E- Insured Loans. D. A. Thomas. 540 a 20 The Central Record, Thursday, June 14, 1917. The Central Record BOONE DAY At Slate Historical HUNDREDS TELL OF EXPERIENCE Kentucktans All The unveiling of a bronze tablet in the Hall of Faroe of tha Kentucky E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. State Historical Society as a memorial R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. to Lieutenant Richard Caswell Saufley, who lost his life June 9th, 1910, made tnttrtd 11 ins I'oat office In Uncnte r, Uoone Day fine of unusual interest. m Ptfomi auM Mull Matter. The ceremony which was a just nnd fitting tribute to one who gave his life Member Kentucky Press Association for hia country, was beautiful and imand pressive. EiRhth District Publishers League. Before the exercises commenced the A tablet was draped in the colors. Lancaster, Kr., June 14, 1917 picture of Lieutenant Stuflev in his uniform hung above it and beneath was a wreath of laurel. On a table before Rates For Political Announcements the tublet rested the flag carried by For Precinct and Citv Oltl:ea ...$ COO him when he made his aeroplane flight 10.00 over Mexico in May 1914, the first of"or County Offices 10.00 ficial demonstration in this country for For State and District Offices 10 the use of tha aeroplane for scouting For Calls, per line 10 purposes. Beside it were the different For Cards, per line medals won by him nnd presented to For all publications in the interthe Society by Mrs. Saufley. est of individuals or expresDr. Ganlield in a splendid addicsa sion of individual views, per .., 10 recounted the achievements and the 05 glory of men of. fame from ancient Obituaries, per line times to our own and paid a beautiful the tribute to the unselfish, devoted, and We are authorized to announce patriotic work that Lieutenant Saufley following candidates, subject to th Primary gave to his country when it was so in action of the Democratic need of efficient service. August 1917. Mrs. Morton, Regent of the State Historical Society, who has given her County School Superintendent. life to the noble work of perpetuating ' MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. the memory of the illustrious Kcntuc- kians who have helped illumine the County Court Clerk. pages of history, read a beautiful poem from her own facile pen, entitled "Our J. 0. 1JOGIE, Sky Pilot" and dedicated to Lieutenant JEPTHA ONSTOTT. lin-.- incorporated U.oo a year. ssued Weekly. Society At Fraaklwt. Over Stale Find Tanlac Great Help, MEW TONIC GAINS FRIENDS Oltl'IIAltll- - Thix. Turner, rt' tired farmer: "I wa troubled with my Mninaeli. t tried Inn 1ot I of It llJtitl im up. It Ii4 the Tnnliii. tiiiilr I know tif." OKOItCKTOWN Jnmc" Snllzrr 'Tnulao Iiiih ilono me more goed tlinli ' nnytlitiig I out used. I wish nil the good l.ick voir van h.iU'. uiu CHAM IIiiihuthM of Keiitneklnfi hat- - conn' publicly In pnili or T.nil le Men nml women In every part if the tnle have Leon lielliM linek li good health, by IhN tonic. llen art' Just n few of the Ftutcnu'iilH iiiinU- - by Ulue l!u people in resnnl In Tniil.ic: jut l"t J. BRUCE W. A. DOTY. LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. RAY. 1 Magistrate District No. 1. J. H. CLARK. Saufley. Mrs. Morton who is a wonderfully gifted, vivacious, and interesting worn an, adds zest and impetus to the State Historical Society. witnout tins living, breathing per sonage this Hall of Fame woul J be but "dull, cold marble". Magistrate District No. LOGAN ISON. County 2. COMMENCEMENT WEEK. Attorney. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. Slate Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. "THE SPOILERS" To'Appear At Opera House Next Satur day Night. Whenever Manager Romans hears of a good picture he never stops until he gets it and gives the patrons of his pop ular house the benefit of it. His latest picture will be "The Spoilers" pictur-jzin- g that wonderful fighting scene which is the acme of realism. There will be a matinee next Saturday afternoon and 'another show that night. Those who wish to see the wonderful production should attend the piatinee as the seats will probably be all taken at the evening show. William Farnum has the leading role in this wonderful fight picture and ho is supported by Thomas Santschi once the leading man with Selig Company. Farnum and Santschi who takes the leading parts were really at enrr.ity with each other and the fight in "The Spoilers" will go down in film hisory as the most realistic scene ever staged because it was in fact a real battle between these two physical giants. PROVERBS ADAPTED FOR WAR TIME. Cherish thy parings. Waste not, want not. The high cost coat of living Is the whine of life. A word to the wives Is; "Efficient". If the shoe fits; keep on wearing it. Better no garbage can than u full one. It's u wise father that grows his own crop. a ueauiy is less man skiii ucep-- ln potato. Bread, scattered from the back door la the chalT of life. Eat to live; there is no vlrlurc In living to est. When prosperity flies In at the win' dow, garbage slips out at tho door. "He" alio that is slothful In his work is brother to him that is a great waster. "Much food Is In the tillage of the poor; but there is that which is destroy' ed for want of judgement." A rounded purse,cannot live; in hsr mony with a full garbage pall. Commencement week is always gala week for Lancaster and this week was no exception to the rule. The school, after a most successful year under Prof. Hopkins and his able corps Thots the word to use in describingmir young mens clothes. They're safe to buy f teachers, began the closing exercises because the style is authoritative; you know you ore right when you wear these clothes. Thursday, June 7th, With an operetta, relleuil me eu-r- resjieet. entitled "Under the Stars and Stripes" WORTH VII.1,1: H. W. l'rcls-le- r, fabrics, nlwnjs the finest of Tailoring. They're safe in quality: with children from grades one to eight, nharmaclot: (.'oiistlpntlon Withered They're safe as to lit you don't buy them if. you think they don't lit. They're safe Children from each grade showed me, unl atter eating I often spat U thorough and careful training. particle of food. Tiinlue turd me The for the makers to give with every suit, n positive guarantee of your complete and conup One. I cim recommend It highly." auditorium and stage were beautifully decorated in flags and bunting and Taulftccttti belought here from It. K. Mc- tinued satisfaction, and as we sell tliein, they're safe as to price; in that resjicct safety many were heard to say it was one of llobertt : 1'alnt Lick, J. N. Mttctif: Suulonl meuns'that you will get more ti) tie for your money than you ever believed possible. the most beautiful and enjoyable enter I'enny'i; Junction City, Reynold ,1 Ku they had ever seen given by lUchmuuil. P.. I.. Terry .(.Sou; Pnllle, John tainments Wellf. children. Many participating in this S. entertainment were the youngest chil- ren in the school and their earnest ef GET READY FOR torts aim succcssiui execution was deeply appreciated as was shown by CHAUTAUQUA. the hearty applause given them. As a result of the public spiritedness Friday night was tho senior play, eii' titled "Hicks at College". The seniors of the leading citizens of this town, were assisted bv boys from the junior next Wednesday, will bring into the and sophomore classes and all acquitted community a tented auditorium which Chautau themselves with credit to themselves will be the scene of a and Mrs. loan, under wnose supervis qua that is certain to combine rich s benefits with enjoyment of ion it was given. Saturday was the recital given by entertainment. Finul plans are being made for tho me piano department. ine program was one or exceptional beauty and big chautauqua program, and tickets charmingly chosen to show to ad van are now being offered bv the local com tage the ability of each pupil. This mittee. Indications point to a thor piano recital was given by the pupils oughly enjoyable week that will be of KY. of Mrs. May Hughes Noland who plays rich benefit to the community. Buy the compositions of greHt masters with jour season ticket at once. wonderful interpretation and expression which was reflected in her pupils GREAT MASONIC as one alter one received the praise and compliments of large audiences at CELEBRATION. LIBERTY JULIETS. her recitals both Saturday and Monday On Juno 23rd at Crab Orchard, thero Wake up America, your country is afternoons. will be a celebration of tho Hi Centen- at war. Sunday evening the Baccalaureate nial of Organized Masonry in Kentucky. Unless America awakens aynicc the sermon was delivered to the graduating The Grand Lodge by resolution, authclass by Rev. Horace Kingsbury of aiser will win tho war in Europe. orized this celebration nnd the comDanville. The attendance was unus IIuv a Liberty Bond nnd heln save appointed have been busy arually large as all knew there was a mittees ranging for a barbecue and will feed America from the Unperilistic rulo of treat in store for them and no one was people that day. Smittie'g band the l'russiai.s. disappointed. Rev. King9bury needed 5,000 in the United Tntnl milisrrintions Good speakers, good will bo there. no introduction to a Lancaster audience music, good fellowship, whit more is States to Loan so fur $1,300,000,000. as those who had not heard him had needed to make thii the largest affair Amount of Bonds yet to be sold heard of him and we congratulate Dan- - cvtjf held in Kentucky; uranu ball at ille upon having such a profound and Have you done your part? night. Everything frea to Masons, forceful speaker in onu of their pulpits. One natriotic citizen of Lancaster Every one their families and friends. Tuesday evening was n recital given s going and if you stay home that day has taken the money that he had bl by the expression department who aro inded to put in an automobile mil you will bo lonesome. Reduced railroad upils of Mrs. Robert Todd. We be rates have been secured and every- bought liberty bonds. What did you( lieve too little importance is attached thing U now ready for the celebration, do with yours? fcalures ofmostBchook Lodge has subscrib to tha The Odd Mrs. such is not the case with ours. ed 5250. for liberty bonds. GREAT MEETING AT Knmfl nuonlo wish td do tlieir bit by' Todd has mado this department one of crops to be sold at higu pneer, the most important In tho school us BUENA VISTA. raising she devotes all ber time and energy to but their ardor cools when asked to her pupils and their finished effort) of, That was a great patriotic meeting turn some of their money back into Friday and Tuesday nights , shows her h!d ut the Buena Vista School last liberty bonds to help save their country. It work has not been in vain. Friday night under the auspices of The time tu buy a bond is now. Wednesday evening the address to Farm Agent Rogers who hod called the may be too late when it suits vour n convenience, the graduating class, seventeen in meeting several days before. Mr number, by Prof. A. W. Fortune of Mn onu is worthy of bis country thut Ballard, of Bryantsville, acted as Itis now n Fnli'inn (ililiUnf inn unon eveiv fnrmer to fee that his Kentucky Ur.Iversity, was Impressive chairman und Introduced Mr. 'Rogers, does not make some sacrifice for it. is cultivated, so as to make every grain count and yield its ut corn and appre- who made a brief talk and then introand highly complimented If you can't go, help take core of most, The eyes of the whule world are turned townrd the American ciated by all who heard him. Tho de- duced the speaker of the evening Mr. tho ones who do. livering of the diplomas to the seven Merryman, tho district Farm Agent or If we don't save America we will farmer and upon him falls the responsibility of not only supplying his teen graduates by Prof. Hopkins mark- Kentucky, who delivered a splendid hiiva to nnswer to Germany for the own country witn ennugu to cat, out tne aiiicu countries are uepciui-(m- i ed the closing of one of the most suc- Stereonlicon lecture on "Science In failure. nimii In in nlso. Iii view of these conditions it becomes tho solemn cessful school years in Lancasters his- The Uses Of The Soli". Tho house Buy u liberty bond. Do your-biobligation for every farmer to uso the very best cultivator to moke tory. was crowded and much patriotiim was Antrim's sweet.tooth is In danger, his laud produce the utmost. Prof. Hopkins has only been with us shown. Miss Eliza I son made an earn one year but it has been one cf tho est talk and plea for the Red Cross and According to Information submitted Get one of theso cultivators while they last. most satisfactory and brightest in the secured many members in that section, to congress by Herbert Hoover, food supply of tho history of the school life of our towrt Mr. J. E. Robinson was then called mlmtnlB Irntor. tha suear Year by year our school has advanced for and his plea for the Liberty Honda United States will have been cxnausieu tha tnulilla nt October, and there from good to better until today it met with hearty support and his stands the pride of our city and a cred remarks brought forth enthusiastic ap' will not be large arrivals before the Bryantsville, Ky. Phone 27. it to its teachers. end of December, plause. 111 others." Ci:.vrHAt, CITY-- SI. S. Yokley, farm er: "Wax losing llesli nml would get short or lire.ilh. I rend how Tniilac was helping others and tried It. Xuw my nerves arc ull right, mid have put on weight." Judle Winkler, WIM.tASItfllL'IH! merchant: "Cramps that nothing seemed to relieve troubled me until I tried Tatiluc. The tlrst bottle Im proved me very much, and the third bottle made me feel about well. S. Wllon: "Flf. INDIAN Hi:.D-- W. teen years H n long time to lie both' my Momncli, but I have cred with taken four tattles of Tniilac anil feel tirty percent tatter nlrendy. It is wonderful remedy." STKl'IIKN'SHl'ltC.-- C. C l'niit. black smith: "Following pneumonia I stay ed weak. Tiinlnc toned up ray nerves, brought Imck my appetite and 1 cuii uo my tiauip In nny p.tpoi you want In." BUVIi:it-.l- iH Ida Taylor. lio.fekeep it: "Would get out lit lren!i I and mil iiertoiis uud couliln eat After taking Tunluc t tapnti to get stronger, and my iipictlli tame hack It helped me. uud I'know It nlllheli j nil Cop yttcht Hut khsffntr &Mux vm SAFE all-wo- - . Hart, Schaffner & Marx Spring Suits five-da- y $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 high-clas- , JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, llt:7 Ho-ga- t. Becker & Ballard. The Central Record, Thursday, June 14, 1917. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Casey of Stanford ! recovery. He la now at his home after a stay of several days In n local hot lt nro visiting relatives here. YOU LI, FIND IT 1(1 THIS COLUMnTJ He wishes to thank Dr. and Mis. Miss Ida Mao Bourne was the recent al. .. Acton for their kind treatment during . guest of Miss Jennie Lawrence. his stay with them and also his friends Miss Maud Arnold of Stanford is the who kindly called and offered assistance. FOR RENT -- The house recently guest of Miss Jennie Lawrence. occupied by Mrs. Susan Fisher for rent SEE It. S. MOOItE KOK HOUSE till Nov., 1st. Usher Herring Mr. It. II. Wilkinson U in Liberty PAINTING & (5UAINING A SPEC Lancaster, or Crab Orchard, Ky. R. R.2 for a visit to friends and relatives. IALTY. CALL 23, W. J. ROMANS Mrs. Ilclle Henderson of Lowell and Let us make or have engraved your CARRIAGE SHOP. grand-daughteare visiting .Mrs. J. It. Visiting Cards, Invitations, AnnounceMount. In a myriad ways the American peo ment and etc. See the work of The Master Saullcy Hughes leaves to day pie are showing that they arc not asleep. Central Record. (tf) for n visit to his grand-mothe- r at The Liberty Loan campaign has enlist Paint Lick. ed the services of tens of thousand of FOR RENT. and thousands of Margaret Hurt. Mr. Ilillic Hurt cl""ns; a little to out to soliclt tamU for Mrs. Chas. C. Humber. Mrs. It. K.,lhe.rs-ar- B Five room house with garden and m practically every ie iteu woss. Conn motored to Danville shopping. home in America, on the street: cars four acres of gras. Located one mile PosMisses .Mane Kay, Annie Mac anil and wherever men and women gather from town on Lexington pike. W. D. Walker. l for I I.Ida Ilroadus were the guests together the war and how to push it tu session July 1st. days of Mrs. J. I!. Drown. victory is the nbsorbi.ig topic of con i Mr. I). A. Ilervev and charming versatiou. bride of Iaint Lick motored down and NOTICE j WANTEU:-Ju- nk of all kinds. Iron, uuenueu wommencemcni exercises All perfons holding claims against Rags. Runes. Metal and Rubber, Miss Anno Margarite Dyche of Lon Will pay 50 to G01 per hundred for the estate of the late W. L. Todd don, Ky, is the attractive guest of Mr. Iron. $1.00 to $1.25 per hundred for should present same to tho undersignand Mrs. Henry Moore on Danville St. Rags, 50 to GOc per hundred for Rones ed, properly proven, on or before Miss Jennie Washburn, who has been Metal and Rubber lit highest market July 1st 11)17. Those indebted to said visiting her sister, Mrs. T. J. I'rio price. Why sell your JUNK to irrvs estate will please settle at once. left Wednesday for Louisville, for poniible Junk Haulers when you can J. A. ond G. II. Todd. Agts. visit. get twice as much by selling and de II. 11. Northcott, Mr. and Mrs. J. Farrls Yeager and livering to us. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Lancaster and Stanford, Ky. Miss Sarah Wood Veager of near Dan ville attended the Senior play here on Bids will be received for alterations Can you, who are too old to tight, , Friday night. ami repairs of Christiaii Church, Hust-onvill- e, stand back with your dollars and see Ky., until June 20, 1017, at .Mrs. W. R. Todd, having closed her your sons sudor and die for the class of expression at L. H. S. returns country in which you live, and not will noon. Copies of plans and specificato her home in Nashville by the way of ingly lend your support by giving at tions can be seen at Adams Bros. Drug Store, Hustonville, Ky. Stanford and Columbia. least $1.00 to the Red Cross? Is there A. II. Baugh, Chmn.. Committee. among ou, one witli a heart so cold Mr. Story Herron, who has n good position in Richmond, came down Sat- and a soul so hardened in meiceuary urday night and remained over Sunday etTorts that can hoard your dollars to PORE BRED POLAND CHINA with his parents, Mr. and Mts. L. E. the detriment of your country7 Surely men, jou will awatte to your great opHerron. HOGS, FOR SALE. portunity while it is nut too late, and Hon. II. Clay KaulTman has returned come forward and help. We havo'the Spotted Poland China from a trip through Casey county fall males ready for service. Fall gilts where he has been for the past week, Major General I'ershing, who will and spring pigs of both sexes. Can looking after his candidacy for State command the American forces to be mate f . STAND BEHIND THE MEN BEHIND THE GUN. 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. We are handling such representative lines as Mi l'r BISCHOF COATS AND SUITS, J. &, K. SHOES CORSETS, WARNERS CORSETS, GOS-SAR- D Bettie Vrale Oresses, 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 Choice $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. W THE BEST MARE OF IMPLEMENTS ON THE MARKET. John Deere Binder $145.00. John Deere Cultivator$33.00 Oliver Cultivator $3 .50. Walking Cultivator $ 5.00. 1 I J. R. MOUNT Deal House. n'hc Squarn & CO. f 1 111 111 3 Bl IBs. til M.S. HATFIELD DEHTIST. IIIOM.S JlOlficofi. 37ii. Kesidencf : i V w . LANCASTER, i rnn KENTUCK in n We represent the i TWO FAMOUS CARS THE HUPMOBILE AND DOD GE BRO ' 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 are at your service. Arcade KINNAIKD Garage BROS., Managers. Co. them if desired. If interested, sent to the French front, nrrived in write, l.awson and Montgomery, Miss Anne Raker of London is the London the 8th having with the Ravenwood, Mo. attractive guest of her friend, Miss members of his Stan" reached a Ilritish Alice Hudson Kigney, who was one of port The expected arrival of General the "sweet girl graduates" of the Pershing and his party had been kept High School., a fairly close secret from the London Little Miss Gladys Moore, who has public. General Pershing and the been the charming and attractive guest twelve officers of his senior stuff are to of her father, Mr. R. S. Moore at the bo guests of the BritUh government at Simpson House, returned to her home the Savoy. The remainder of the con tingent will be looked after by Ameri in Lexington, Sunday. can societies in London. Mrs. W. E. Anion arrived Wednesday from ColTeyville Kansas, to witness CLUB TO GIVE DANCE Mr. the graduation of her grand-son- , Will Rice Anion, and is with her son. The newly formed Lancaster Hop and get a bargain in Dr. Anion and family. Club will give a dance at the Lancaster tomorrow, Friday night. Mif. Allen Henry of Birmingham, Club room all Ala., who came to Lexington to attend A HrUf Mention cf the Comings and the wedding of a friend, motorsd to 'BOYS WHO WANT WORK Going LyThoK Wt Arc Intcrritcd In. Lancaster Wednesday and spent the Under auspices of Christian Church day with Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Henry. TRIMMED Sunday School, I have listed with me Krienils will be pleased to learn that Mrs. J. K. Sellman of NVholasville is 20 boys ages from 10 to 17 years old Mrs. Bradford Jennings of Tulsa, Okla. the guest of .Miss Minnie Brown. who want to work on o farm or any ' ; i wuu Ilias iueeuj uttiiKeriuusiy ti, is now un We have marked our Mr. Ilillie Hurt, Miss Margaret Hurt the road to recovery. A little girl has thing they can do. Any boily needing the services of any of these boys will were the guest of Mrs, 15. K. Conn. come to lileii (his home nnd has been Hats QQ DA please notify me, the day before nnd I r Air. Frank Conn of Middlesboro vis- named for her maternal down to can in most cases furnish you with one i .... ited iiis parents Mr. and Mrs K. K. j r,iiiiueiii uoiy. or more to suit needs. Conn. Mr. O. R. Carpenter was called to Henry Moore. Hats- PA Red Rock Okla., last week by the ser Miss Martha Ileitis left Wednesday down to ious illness of his brother, Mr. James BROWN-HERVEfor n visit to her sister, Mrs. J. II. Carpenter. Later reports from Mr. Arnold of Frankfort. and have made cuts Carpenter's bedside are that he is May 30th. On Wednesday after-nooMrs. Joe 1'uxton, of Stanford ivnj slightly improved and hopes, are en- quite n surprite came to the many on all ready to wears tertained for his recovery. over to seo her brother Mr. Jake friends of Miss Maggie Brown when last Wednesday. it was learned that sue was married to Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Urown entertain and shapes, for cash Mr. U. A. Hervey of Paint Lick. Eld Mr. llradley liourne Is at home for a ed nt a delightful party on Saturday F. M. Tinder performing the ceremony. only. few dvs before going to Norfolk Vu., evening, at their beautiful suburban home, in honor of their grand daughter The marriage is a culmination of a long where he enlists m the navy. See for yourself.. Miss Marie Ray, A number of young court ship. Miss Brown was one of Lancas Mr. Parker Gregory will leave in a people responded to the Invitation, and few days to join his family in ter's sweetest girls being a graduuteot a very enjoyable evening spent. our high school having finished in 1913. N. C, where they arc happily Mr. W. H. Hurton entertained at his Mr. Hervey is the senior member of located. farm near Buena Vista, last Friday the tirm of Hervoy nnd Woods at Paint Judge Homer HaUon, of Louisville, afternoon, Hon. Francis E. Merriman, Lick and is indeed fortunate in winning bus been in the city during the past district Farm Agent for Kentucky. the hand he did. week, the guest of his father, Mr. It. Those present beside Mr. Merriman The happy couple left at once for a II. Batson. were; W. II. Rogers, W. L, Scott. R. short bridal trip nnd upon their return 1. Hurton, R. L. Elkin. J. M. ........ lnI.An....lrn....tn..litM.a Fnrra a .... a.. Public Square Misses l'eachic Mao Sanders and j. c. uooinson anu ur. w, a. vmeeier ' farm near Paint Lick. l.eota Kay and Mr. James Sanders of : Mrs. Robert E. Hughes and daugh- Coy, intended the Senior l'lay here on ter, Margaret, together with Mrs.. TUP pipTV 1)011 A I? RANI) Friday night. 1 II 1 1 lULLHll JJUnl. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, motored Mrs. Todd accompanied Miss Chris- up last Saturday, the former to seo hen In issuing Liberty Loan Bonds in a tine Sanders and Mr. Owen Hendren to parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, the denomination as small us $50 the Sec- Richmond where, they contested for latter the guett of her parents, Mr. retary of tl.e United States Treasury the gold medal und Mrs. J. H. Bourne, Miss Margar- - has put it in the reach of almost every Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.lkln are at- ct will remain in th city for tho sum-- j American citizen to do a real and tual service to his country. Not all I have opened up a tending tiie annual summer meeting of " rell''r iwsonal the Kentucky Press Association at Quito n number from Garrard attend- -' cn" "K'". ''"t11 Louisville this week. ed tho ilag raising in Stanford last 8ervIco in tller wa'8' but ,lloao wl" M ,WM 11,0 Pnvilego of swing Mrs. Htizabcth Joseph has returned Thursday, among. them were Misses their country in person have the from u visit to her daughter. Mr. and Frankie Knuirman, Annie Herndon. Margaret Elkin, Joan Mount. "w of Bfrvi"K ,ler b le,uli,1K iMr Mrs. Chas. Davis and little daughter, AND Mesdames George Robinson, J.E. Rob- - money to win her victories. Hut it is in Chattanooga Tcnn. inson. Theo. Curry, R, L. Elkin. 110t patriotism alone that urges the Ml5 Mayme Italian and Mrs. Eliza- Messrs R. L. Elkin, Joe' Bumside. buying of Liberty Loan Bonds. Thrift beth llurgcrs of Ilryantsville are at- Woods Walker. Tom Ballard. u"a n wiso cononv in investing small tending the District W. C. T. U. meetsavings commend these Liberty Loan Miss Mary Leo Givens gavo a 500 Bond3 t0 Bmai investors. They are ing at Richmond this week. In Ltincaster, over J. R. party at her home in the Hubble sec- - Bafei aml considering their- e Mra J. J. Walker and Joe J. Walker tion on Monday evening. The guests ouaUty.freo from all federal, state and Mount & Co'b., store. Jr, left Saturday for n ten days visit were: Hon. II. Clay Ivauirman. Miss to Clieljcu Okla, They will be guests tranklohauirmanof Lancaster, Mr. ' locaUttXe3 (inheritance taxes excepted) I Junrnnteo tny work to nml fm) from any war tax that lnay of Mr. and Mra. Robert Urewer. uive aotisfuction ami my Otto Jone, Mlsi Lucind Lutes. J. E. Ilereuftcr be levied, uirording an Arthur Coirey. Misses Katie utely net income of 3J- per cent ,1(.y Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherrow are reprices will be right. joicing over the arrival of an eight Lynn and Sarah Wood, Mrs. Lucy Mil- - constituto an ideal Investment for Your business will 03 Ices avlll,j8. Nor 3 tiero nny reason for pound hoy on, June 1st. He has been ler Hartley nnd Ewalt Givens. upprecinted. and cakes were served.-Inte- nor Jout- - wallin(; for u later bond Issue in tho christlaned Robert Alexander, Jr. expectation of a higher rate of inter-MMrs. R. K. Conn and her cousin Mr, Dan Milburn, the local manager est being obtained, for tho law provides tt Ulllio Hurt of 111., and Miss Hurt motored to Stanford to of the Singer sewing machine, is re- - that should such bonds be issued later, visit her sister Mrs. Mollie l.awson and covering from a serious operation and Liberty Loan Bonds may be exchanged his friends are glad to hear of his rapid for them at par. son Mack, Senator. . I I COME HATS Gossip About People vv .1 111 - grand-mothe- $5.00 $10. Ou.uU 7 JU Y Rob-inso- n Hender-soiivill- e, Rella Arnold Francis 11 , , NOTICE r. priv-Anu- PLUMBING TIN SHOP tax-fre- obsol-Jorda- r. Mar-gare- P.B. WILLIAMS .1 The Central Record, Thursday, June 14, 1917. NEW CASH STORE the H.D. Lee stock of goods Record building one door from located In the I have bought ALL AROUND THE FARM INCREASE FOOD CROPS. War Damandt and Food Shortag Should Ba Mat by Amtrlcan Farmart. I), t Houston, decretory of nsrlcul-Hire- . In n recent statement said In part! It Is obvious that tho greatest ami most tmiortatit avrvlce tliat Is required of our ngrlculturc under existing conditions Is nn enlarged production of tlio ataplo food crops. Because of ttiu shortage of such crops practically throughout the world thent Is no risk In the near future of excoaslvo produc. tlon such na sometimes lins resulted In the square. We have closed our candy kitchen on Lexington merged It with our New Store. St. iind We thank 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. Tobacco and Hemp will not grow to maturity COY S. SANDERS 31 II I should-ge- t IF HAIL in its work. Your years work C1C It Parlor. 3C NhuIIt's Candies. The NUNNALLY'S Ice Creaa Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. Peach, Tutii Fruitti, Caro-nte- l, Chocolate and Vanilla. Meal Serred Any Telepkae Hour W. O. KING, 3C No 202. Proprietor. 3C 3C FARMERS ATTENTION We are now in to buy your old corn. See us before you sell. We will pay you the best market price. the market Walter, Lee I Hicks. unreiuuneratlvo prices to producers. This Is particularly trtie of the cereals and of Peas, lienus, cowpeas. soy beans and buckwheat. In view of (ho world scarcity of food there Is hardly a pooslbtllty that Uio production of these crops by the farmers of the United States ran be too great tnls year, and thero is abundant rcasou to expect generous price returns for all available surplus. The most effective step that may be taken to Increase the production of theso crops Is to enlarge the acreage devoted to them In tho regions where they arc grown habitually. Tills expansion of acreage should be to the limit permitted by available good seed, latxr and equipment. Good 6ed Whsat Nctttary. The minimum quality of seed gmhi that should bo relied upon under existing conditions i u very dlllicult point to decide. In general It Is not wise to risk planting beed wheat showing less than 7S or So ht cent gerinluatlmi nor that weighing less than fifty pounds to the bushel. If the land Is prepared thoroughly nud otherwise Is suitable the uu of sprlug wheat neighing as pounds ht bushel. low as forty-fivIf It shows good gennlnutlou, may be advisable where tetter sci-- Is lacking. Ths Uttfuln.it of Oats and Barlay. If land Intended for spring wheat cumiot be put Into good condition early enough for needing, oats or barley can be substituted to good advantage In tho sections where these crops are known to do well. Barley can !e relied on In tho proved areas of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, the Pnkotas and Montana, while outs have u much wider range. The ease with which barley may be substituted directly for wheat In human food and Its usefulness to replace wheat milling byproducts us fixnl In the production of the milk supply renders Its abundant production Important. Hurley where It succeeds yields a larger weight of feed per acre than any other small grain crop. With nu nbuudauce of onts and barley avallablo much closer milling or wheat than at present could bo practiced. If necessary, without endangering the milk supply, which constitutes so Important an element In tho dietary of consumers. Buekwhaat For Lata Planting. Buckwheat may be planted later than any similar crop and often does well on old meadows or waste land that can be broken after the more exacting crops are planted. In aome sections has demonstrated whero experience that the cereals, except rye. caunot lx relied on, buckwheat Is n crop of considerable Importance. Tho acreage could well !e Increased, especially In Iiortlons of New York, Pennsylvania and New England, where the crop now Is grown to n considerable extent. Expand tha Corn Acrtaga. Corn Is the leading food nud feed crop of the United States In geographic range of production, acreage and quantity of product. The vital Importance of a largo acreage of this crop prvperly cared for, therefore. Is obvious. Ilceauso of tho prices obtained for tho last crop nud tho world demand for this grain Its profitableness P the American fnrmcr during the uppmach-luseason is clear. Conditions now warrant tho planting of tin- largest ucrcage of this crop which it Is possible to bundle effectively. Although full Is tho proper tlmo for breaking sod for com, there arc many unproductive nud foul meadows nnd Indifferent pastures hi Illinois, Indiana, Ohio nnd tho middle Atlantic mid northeastern states that under existing conditions can be broken now to nnd planted to corn. Tho resulting reduction of hay and pasture would bo moro than replaced by tho corn stover, ensilage nnd grain prog . may be lost from a single black cloud and in five minutes. We stand ready to protect you and the charge is very small. Kemper LOW-EL- & Woods - AGENTS. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Wrtlr.enla.v, and enlisted in the Navy, FrescripiloH He returned home to awnit his call lor Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sadler were In which is expected in four or five weeks. Itlclimom! Monday. Misses Ethel Mae Davis and (ilatha fur II rttrt th. .ttndtrtl rrnwilrfor sit iln Mems K. A. Davis and Sam Hurte Anghin. and Messrs. E!gnr and Wilson dUrura. A liquid in) rltrrnillr. iailiinl from Itch. tjr.socaiklfl.oa. Your Mvarr were visitors in Richmond Saturday. iIm not Ulnj lyu. Brandenburg molorrd to Richmond Kl k If Uw Brit Mr. and Mrs. JohnTudor and children Thursday evening for the picture show. were the guests Sunday of Mrs. S. V. It. E. Mcltnberts. Lancaster. Ky. Davis. MT. HEBRON Mrs. Itobt. Elliott spent the week end with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Sciatica Only a Symptom. liev. D. K. SebasUin will fulfill his Boain. Dr. Mark II. lingers (Mints out In Sunday morning and the Journal of the American MwlW Mr. Ralph Meadows, of Lancaster, nppointment here e evening. association tlmt sclatlcn Is not was the guest Sunday, of Mr Elmer but u cymptom nnd almost afw$V Misses Itulh and Mabel Montgomery Brown. or strum in me joints or me lowe Quite a number from here attended left Monday for a visit at Nlchjlasville methods of treating It are useless. cept In iut far as they tuny relieve ' Commencement exercises, at Berralast and Lexington. Wednesday. Miss Clara I'ollard of Lancaster is pain. Mr. Joe Iiarr of Norfolk, Vs.. is at the guest of her sister Mrs. Isaac home for n short stay with hit parents Montgomery here. D.D.D. Eczema U. near l'olnt Lcavcl. Little Miss Virginia McKinnev is spending a few weeks with with her aunt, Mrs. Edd Drown. Mrs. Margaret Kuhlman who has spent the past month in Danville with relatives, returned home Sunday. Miss Susie Isaacs returned to her home at Wallacton Sunday, after a two wrcka visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. N. Hicks. Mr. Elmer Brown went to Lexington Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Jennings were with their daughter Mrs. Isaac Mont gomery at Pink Saturday. Mrs. S. E. I.ayton of Decator has gone to Lancaster, Pleasant Hill and other points for a few days visit. Mr. J. I. Crawford and son J. K. were with his brother Mr Will Craw, ford at Shawnee Itlm Saturday and Sunday. OncDrop v. urn Poultry my Ft fXrors) a rw L ami dltrr&urt,cbol-raanlni)- pTcnt la the wtter enrr hint r fiAPpK chick botlln DUkrs m CURES It ftllont of medicine. At onic slits or hr null uotpala. Vila-aU t"ullnr book Ins on roiu.rt. HtsMt HHII H, lahtttt. It. Sold by R.E.McRoberts. I f OUrssrs. On REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA Season Tickets Now on Sale. i In arranging to inaugurate the Rtilinth Cliautauqua here this year, the lecol coniinlt-te- e bought GOO, $2.50 season tickets, which will be sold while they lost by them for $2.00 each When these tickets arc exhausted, no season ticket thereafter can be had for less than Children's season tickets are $1.00 if bought before the opening day, nfter that $1.25 single admissions to the respective entertainments, see program. duced. COMBE TE WORK I m Let Me Figure With You On,Your Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE Potato and Vegetables. Iked K)tatoes should bo conserved by planting on tho best lands u tillable for them nnd planning for thorough tillage nnd protection of tho crop against dlseuso nnd luscct xts. can bo grown most uihuutugeous-lnear tho centers of population In tho northern states, whero transportation cost muy lio reduced to n minimum. This crop Is cupublo of quick and largo Increase of production when I'otii-toe- $2.50. s r2rSi'For the conditions uro fuvornble. J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. LANCASTER, Ky. Tho duty of tho Individual farmer ut this tlmo Is to IncreaNo his production, artleulnrly of food crops. If ho has control of tillable laud not In use or money lying Idle or labor unemployed ho should extend his operations so aft to employ those resources to tho fullest extent. This docs not mean that be should rob Ids laud, wasto his capital or exifVud (its labor fruitlessly, but that by wise planning nud earnest effort be should turn out u greuter quontlty'of fowl crops than ever before. He will not lose by It, uud ho will perforin an Important service In supporting his ' ouutry lu the task that ilea before It. except within the owner's futility. The name of family must Le written in ink upon every season ticket. This provision some member of the U made primarily as a protection to the owner in case the ticket should be lost. Season tickets are The Chautauqua Season Here Opens June 20th to 25th jK3f f .1 The Central Record, Thursday, Jane 14, 1917. I BUY A I I I I LIMIT 1 BOND 1 I I Our nation has voted billions of dollars for war purposes, for the defense of our country, for the defense of ourjiberty, to protect the lives of our people, What money is not raised by the sale of Bonas, 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 $ 000. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE. NATIONAL BANK. BANK OF PAINT LICK. GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO. THE CENTRAL RECORD. r i i v w I'. i 9 I ! in For Sale Any Size Farms Remarkable Values V oder ate In Price Shown To Buyers If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, "Our Sky Piolet" J!y MttS. JENNIE C. MORTON. In Memory of I.ieut. Hichard Caswell Saulley of the United States Navy. Ho wm our own "Sky Piolet," on the heavens' untruvcrsed seas, Finding his pathway thru its dangerous clouds and breeze; In a brave endeavor there, to discover something new, Where the stnrs but dimly beckoned, and south winds roughly blew. So with poet's vision Rifted, he guided his winded car. In behalf of his country now, in the world's strange war. Where uresis mayhap waited, with gifts for his fair land. And new secrets of great power there, he might understand. His aeroplane (lew swiftly thru the strange and pathless skies. In its strong unflagging wings he soured, and rose ns eagles rise. With tmdazzled eyes to heights beyond, thru turn to rests its wings On billowy clouds beneath; such Heating treacherous things. So the young pilot steered aloft, no compass, line or plan, Pausing a moment in the clouds, before no'er.touched by man. And hero he grnipcd a Pccret. twns thought fjr some design. In the meeting of the nimbus waves, when suns han ceased to shine. EASTERN KENTUCKY CON- I 1 SERVATION CONFERENCE. On Mav 29, 30, 31. 1917. the following groups of persons: church people, school people. Women's Clubs, Muniorganizations cipal end Commercial met at Richmond Ky, for the purpose of studying the food situation in the country and work out a constructive program for the increase nnd conservation of the food supply. Each group in is anxious and willing to the most efficient ways with all the other agencies looking to the same end; especially do they wish to with tho President of the United States and the Governor of Ky. in their pluns sell or exchange, GET BUSY. I 30 any OR 300 ACRES location, adaptation or improvements consult the I I i I i I 2. All agrants and people in city jails be made to work. 3. Towns kept in sanitary condition. 4. Fire departments, extra care is preserving Ufa and property in hauling of nitroglj cerin and other explosives. 5. A clearing house to provide labor for farming needing it and employment to those needing it. G. Encourage every county to have a farm demonstration agent and horn demonstration agent and those who al ready have one to have greater eration. 7. Holding of Com. meetings to foster the spirit of cooperation and patriotism. 8. Establishment of health and welfare organization. Nettie Askins, corresponding sec. of Garrard Co. Club. co-o- D. A. Thomas Real Estate I AGENCY Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated He wus tho firsi pathfinder in tho new Aeroplane Above our world so fur on tho unknown soundless main. O'er America ho journeyed oft birdliko hero and thern I Higher each time and higher ho sailed upward in the nir-Ab- ovo th" sky of Mexico, ho sailed out onco in quest Of know ledge for his Country nt his tuler's behest; ( CI And ho won the deepest gratitude, and medals rich and rare-A- mi woild praise for his genius, to construct, to do; and dare. (I He had reached his goal at Inst he thought in swift and aerial car. And homeward he would sail again, thru clouds like gates ajar, To teach the science ha had learned, far up in the skies, Unknown to ailors on the ben, obscure to mortal eyes, Alas! the heavens changed from smiles, to ominous fearful frown, And the aerinl car like meteor, thtn burst and glided down, As If its power was shorn now by unseen hund o'er head; And tho faithful wenderous pilot, fioni the ruined car fell dead. I for national defense. The following are a few of the speakers; Tuesday. Hon. V. 0. Gilbert spoke on behalf of the schools. Pres. H. II. Cherry discussed "Piac-ticPatriotism." Wednesday Prof. Charles Spurgeon Knight and Dr. W. A. Ganslleld delivered special addresses. Thursday An address wut delivered In the by Governor A. 0. Stanley. afternoon n I'ageant "America First" was picsentedjiy the Normal students. The following resolutions wero adopted by the groups of persons follabroal-in- g in this conference: al 1 K3S2a.iii4rSE There can be r.o doubt as to the nvrit of Cardul, the woman's tonic, in troubles peculiar to 'the thousands wcir.cn. Hie treatment ol many Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 3:W-F All Occasions. Prompt Attention or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agl. Lancaster. u We have heaul tho touching stoiy of his wonderous flight and fall. For "Cod and home and Country" imlck iinsy;enng the call. His uscension as an Aeronaut was then tho highest known, who had flown His skill nisd earing grandest, of nil plot-itho so bright, so strong, so brave; O'er the acrid cloud-seuHe sought the unknown dangers amid billows all, To snatch the secret power from .cppel'ns from on high. Armed with butchers in their navies, shooting death-llro- s Wo hold Ins memory sncrcd and for e'er his courage grand And his name and vulorous voyager for his native land. His was tho archetypal mind of that mysterious thrill, Tli&t conquers by a vision, and leads worlds by Its will His bruveiy Becnu appalling; his valor was sublime, And his story will be written in the annuls of his time', His uamo will be engraven with Kentucky's famous dead. On her monument for heroes; with sacred records spread. Such patriotism has renown, that death can never blight, Won by a valiant martyrdom for Country and for right, For such the man of ZIon, was made of famous note When tho lord of Heavens, his birthplace inscribed in his report. "Sky-Pilot"- Church To emphasize anew the moral life especially in the army. 2. To refuse to have sentiment uf hatred for foreignors. 3. Continue to labor for justice. I. Urge youth to he ainceie ami faithful in all duties of life. G. Emphasized duty of tilling all soil 0. Urge practlco of economy. 7. Fulth in men guiding the nation and pray God that they may do their 1. of women v;l' 3 been helped by CuCA in the past 40 years, is conclusive proof that it is a fjooJ meileme (or women who suffer, it thould help you, too. lvc Take duty. Schoo- lTo make complete survey of every district In every county. 2. To encourage planting of crops. ;i. To eliminate waste, 1. To teach truths of history. 5. To teach patriotic songs. t. To encourage the reading of tho periodicals containing, current events. trate Women's energy on Ited Cross, Conservation of foods and gardening, and buying of Liberty lionds, Municipal and Commercial Organizations, 1. All mayors, city judges and coun-cilmbe impressed with need of crop. 1. eh The Woman's Tonic W. Funeral Lancaster, 0. RIGNEY. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phono 33. lllxsou, Tcnn., writes: "I was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my suffering indescribable. I can't tell just how Mrs. N. C. Vnmer, of III III III WW all over, I Ofllce Phone 18. exploit rare 'and great, Our daring brave Was born here in Kentucky, our fair beloved state. We claim for her tho honors he won mid cloud and wave. And these symbols, and memorials, 'and the ashes of her brave.' WM M mM KsJ jTryCduWlWjjl 4-- g began Cardul, and my pains grew less and less, until Iwas cured. 1 am remarkably strong for a woman 64 years of age. 1 do all my housework." think...! II I The Central Record, Thursday, June 14, 1917. bother you, call us and we will screen your windows and dbors. A complete line of If The Flies Contractors and dealers in . . kiMi)ii ftA Afnin lsv. Elmore, Tom Dudley; Elmore, Harry; Elmore, David Chenault. Folev. Slrcneaus: Ford. Ernest Les lie; Florence, Orn; Falkner, John;i Faulkner. William: Frnzier. Russell; Fry, Willie; Fields, Iliram; Frailer,' Charles Aaron; Ford, Bascom Carlisle; I II, ft... i.Min, L'r.nla 1.IKI i ,tnn.ic r!...rf-- n l Farris, William; Francis, Ed.; Fran-- ) els, Richard; Foster, John Berry; Fnitlkncr, Arch; ' Faulkner, William; Fryer, Thomas; Fathergill, Hurley; Fowler, James Oscar; Foster, Lucas; Fathergill, Robert; Farrier, William .l 111 Screen Doors & Screen Cloth We make odd size screen doors & windows Oscar. Grow, Owen; Graham, Luther; Grn- ham, Eugene; (Jrrilinm, Martin; Goins, Louis; Gosney, Joe; Goins, Robert; Graham, Willie; Gosney, Ernest; Graham, Ben Taylor; Grow, Itnlacrt Lee; Grimes, Hen; Gammon, 'Frod Lee; Glisple, Enoch; Graves, Woods; Green, Dud; Gnfney, John, Jr.; Green, William Tillman; Green, Homer; Gny-har- t, Dan; Green, Mnnford; Gibhs, A H. Bastin & Son I f I ....... . ' Kv-'i- E Hugh; Graham, Thomas Luther; Gaf-neHarrison; Griffin, Golden; Gastl-nca(irover; Gabbard, John Bradley; Green, Martin; Green, Henry Nelson; Gny, John Harrison; Coins, James; GastiiKMti, John Milton; Green, Jnmea Henry; Gnins, William Glass; (Joins, 'ohri Frnnklin; (iullcy, I.ee Coleman; Goins. Jess; Goins, Charley; Goin, y, i niirntr fAi mil! Style In Emotion. some scientific sharp snys there are styles In emotions." "I o It. I know some women who always wear their dignity ruffled." "Now dpca below thli beatfiusta tot Hit ficla The first call of the allrei is for ire Ufe otourlarmeraubicrlberi, and 1, for lis tale ol stock, gram and ,uc!i thinzs on 12.000 engineer and skilled men to farm a, the iarmer cannot aiTont to of France and EngNo notlcs will be accepted orer tcir repair the railroads Unci, and will be only tn two Nnea ol the land; und other thousands will lie needEC3RP, free ol charge ed later. Russia will probably want thousand of men to repair und build her railroad. The increase in transportation and the tax on our own roads FOR SALE: Sow and eight pigs. Miss Hulda Boyle. will call for large numbers of men of the sume kind. FOIt SALE: A 100 foot tobacco bed. The time is rapidly drawing to a close plants now ready to set. J. A. Conn Jr. on the Liberty bonds and it is imperaFOR SALE: A hay rake as Rood as tive that the people of this rounty S. 11. Estes ccie forward at once and subscribe new: for as mnny of them as they can possi dolHinder. In bly take care of. The ten million FOIt SALE:-Decr- ing lars to be spent during the comini; jear good condition. G. A. Swinebroad. by the U. S. and their Allied Governproduct will bring tobacco plants. ments for American FOR SALE:-50,0- 00 to this country tho greatest prosperity Judy's Ptido and White Dm ley. according to Secretary R. L. Elkin. in its history, McAdoo. and the only thing that will prevent this prosperity would be the FOR SALE: Sow and nine pigs Mrs. refusal of the people to support the Hubble Ky. 'Anna Hubble. reasonable taxation and buy these Gov ernment Bonds. SALE-Fi- fty FOR barrels of old corn. Phone 12. H. U. Frye", Hubble. For Sale Cheap; Family mare. 15 hands, gentle, for children. G.A.BowIing FOR SALE; Nice two year old filly, by Burtons horse and out of a mare by R. E. Henry. old Preston. Ellis Sylvester; Brown, Elmer Kirby; Howling, Otto; Brown, James Milton; Brown, James Bcrtrnm; Bell, Ira Lee; Bryant, Isnc Arnold; Brooks, James James Madison; Luther; Howling, Boutin, James Leslie; Beasley, John Harrison; Bowling, Curl Randolph; Heazley, Oscar; Brown, James H.; Brown, Holm.tn Crow; Bennett, Floyd Elmer; Bishop, Kinnnird; llastin, Picker-son- ; Brown, Frank Patterson; Harriett, Wm. Henry; Bishop, Herbert; Benton, Roliert L.; Boll, Willie Henry; Burnside, John Tcrcy; Bryant, Wnltcr Green; Blythe, Pil- lard; Beazely, John Wyntt; Ballard, George Thomas, Jr.; Buford, Allen; Hakcr, General; Burdett, William; Ilcnzley, Jesse; Hall, Manuel; Burdett, Ball, Henry; James; Ball, Jack; Browning, Frank; Bourne, Lon; Bell, Willis W.; Bland, Homer; Brummett, Joe; Ballard, James Clarence. Hol-bc- rt Robert. Humes, Walter I.ee; Humes, William Frank; Hume, Dave Anion; liar- - For Sale A good tobacco setter, only been used to set about 20 acres of tobacco and is ready to hitch to, now. S. Morgan. FOR SALE One 125 foot- - tobacco bed ready to set. Also one 9 year old mare, gentle for lady and children to W. S. Embrv. drive. POR SALE High grade black bull. 10 months old, also Poland China boar, Kobt. It. Fox. 1 year old, large typ?. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed Proposals for improvement of known as the State Aid Road C Lancaster & Danville Road in Garrard County Ky., will be received by the Fiscal Court Houso in Lancaster Garrard County Ky., until 12 o'clock noon June 2titli., 1117. The work proposed involves approximately, 442 Cu. Yds. earth excavation. 13(55 Cu. Yds. solid rock excavutlon. 4170 Cu. Yds. crushed stone, rolled. 8.GS mile of ditching. Bid will be asked on the following items. Price per Cu. Yd on eatth excavation. Price per cu )d. on solid rock excavation Price per 100 ft. ditching. Price per cu. yd. crushed stone in 40-- place rulled Piic place rolled Or.u per cu. yd. crushed stone In mile or under from quart y.. Additional price per cu. yd. crushed stone in place rolled tor each One Hundred feet in excels of One mile from The County to furnish all quarry quarries. A certified check for the amt. of $250.00 must accompany each bid The right to reject any and all bids reserved. Plans and specifications may be seen and forms of proposals .obtained ftom the office of County Road Engineer, Lancaster Kv., also, from the Office of the State Department of Public Roads Frankfort Ky. d W. A. DOTY. County Road Engineer. Combs, Walter Leo; Creech, Chas.; Clark, Mack; Coffey, Lonzy; Clark, Chester A.; Coffey, Gideon; Cotton, Theo.; Clark, Walker; Coldiron, Boyd; Campbell, Roy; Crank, Leonard; Crut-cheJames J.; Coulter, Willie R.; Crank, George Thomas; Christopher, Tom; Currcns, James; Clark, David Lester; Cox, Joe Edward; Currens, THE FOLLOWING ARE THE i Newt Tilford; Clark, Leslie; Canter, Charlie Howard; Christopher, Webb; Casey, Ollie Josper; iCorter, William NAMES OF THOSE WHO Hubert; Church, Willy; Carter, Aubrey Robert; Clark, George; Crank, Josiah; Clark, John; Crnnk, Andrew REGISTERED IN GARn Jackson; Calico, Elbert; Clouse, Edward; Casey, Jesse Beci CaliCOUNTY, RARD co, Willie; Clouse, James Henry; Croushorn, Andrew H.; Carter, RobJUNE 5, 1917. ert; Clark. James; Coldiron, Henry Harrison; Calico, Morris Gilbert; CaliAnderson, Clayton; Atdridge, Chas. co, Jesse Benge; Creech, Charles; Coldiron, Floyd; B.; Askins, Lorenza Dow; Alford, Crutcher, Bud; James Lee; Anderson, John Woods; Croucher, Walter; Cayse, Manuel Alcorn, Harry; Alcorn, Henry; Arn- Jackson; Carrall, John Laney; Cox, William B.; Cornell, Isaac Taulbee; old, Walter; Adams, William; Ambros; Conn, Frank Lunday; Craig, Thomas Joseph; Adams, Coliett, George Mat; Adams, Farris; Adams, Clarence; Berryman; Arnold, Marion Francis; Anderson, Christopher, Letcher W.; Cummins, Ed.; Adams, Rufus; Adams, John David; Cook, Arthur; Cnrrull, Sam; Quincy; Anton, John Miley; Archer, Crank, Henry; Clark, Clay; ColTey, Claude; Anglin, Charles; Allen, Ethan George. B.; Anderson, Henry H.; Anglin, Den-nDoolin, John Ernest; Duusil, Jas.; Arnold, Paul Jones; Arnold, I.ew-i- s F.; Anderson, Frank Henry; And- Davis, James Harrison; Denny, Ike; erson, John; Adams, Allic; Acton, Dean, Irvine Johnson; Davis, Willie; Rrscoc M.; Anderson, Richard I!.; An- Dean, Roy Silas; Doolin, John; Snmuel Grant; Daly, Jasper; Dor-toderson, Lonzo; Atdridge, Roger R.; Kinnaird; Durham, Tho. Green; Aldridge, Sidney L.; Anderson, Tube. Dorton, William Albert; Duncun, Brnndenburgh, Elies; Ball, John Everctte; Dean, Harrison; Duncan, Washington; Bolton, Clarence; linker, Joe R.; Dean, Chns. M.; Dunn, Rich-ar- d L.; Davis, Sam Nelson; Dunn, t, Call; Bradshnw, Eugene J.; Arch; Bogie, Jesse; llenge, An- Alfred; Dunn, William Nelson; Davis, derson Jackson; Blanks, Charlie; Ball, Jeff; Davis, Charles Franklin; Dunn, Ernest; Bogie, Ollie; Barker, Elijah Herbert WnlteT; Dunn, James Lytic; W.; Mallard, J. Hogan; Brim, Robert Dunn, Thomas English; Denny, Geo.; Henry; Barker, Everett; Brooks, Luth- Dozier, Jessie; Davis, Walter; Davis, er W.; Boner, James; Burnside, Rol-li- e Hardin; Davis, Joe; Dniley, John WesHamilton; Baughmun, Put Price; ley; Davis, Willie; Dailcy, Wllbert; Hunter; Denny, Buford, Howuid; Buckley, Thomas Davis, Ephriam; Edward; Bryant, Joe Edmonson; Dunn, Ben; Dunn, Willie; Dunn, Geo.; Brickey, Luther Warner; Brny, Nath- Dunn, Moigan; Dennia, Frank; Doolin, aniel; Bruy, Delno Columbus; Burton, Willie; Dennis, Willie; Day, Nathan Augustus Lee; Burton, Henry Green; Albert; Davis, John Byrnuin; Ilavls, Dlakcmun, Jesse balden; Broughton, George; Davis, Frank; Doilins, Jessie; John Riley; Bray, James; Ball, Wm. Duderur, James; Dishon, Puschnl Por-teDenny, George Allen; Dunn, Chits. Benjamin; Brim, John, Jr.; lllakoman, Cnrl Lee; Buckley, William Sharpies; K.; Dyehouke, Jurnes Henry; Duncan, Bowling, Edward Churlcs; Black, Wil- Arthur; Duncan, Cabell Denny; Dav-iSam; Dudderur, Clarence Frnnklin; Boatright, liam; Baker, Howard; Charley; Bolton, Claude; Burton, John Doty, Jerry; Dunn, Elmore; Dunn, Leslie i Black, Dun; Baughman, Jesse; Robert; Doty, Charles Bright; Doty, Ollie, Black; Baker, Herman; Burton, Alex. Wylie; Broughton, Harvey; Buford, Edwards, Harry P.; Embry, Curtis; Jack; Best, Jim; Burnside,"' Early; Broaddus, Gilbert; Bentley, Pettus; Evans, Dence Edward; East, Everett; Baker, Jonas; Baker, Faniss; Brough- East, Jessie; East, Rono; East, Othel; ton, Charley; Brock, John; Brock, Gi- East, Elmer; Epps, Charles Gibson; lbert; Baker, John; Bolton, John Mar-Io- Ellis, Chas. Hubert; Eastridge, Roy Burdett, Walker; Boatright, Ben; Wallace; Estes, Richard Bailey; Estes, Bolton, Taylor; Brown, Robert Bas- - Harrison; Estes, Ollie Wallace; Evans, com; Baker, Tom; Brewer, Jim; Bell, Arthur; Elmer, Jessie; Elmore, John; r, ris. Will; Harris, J antes; Hughes, Hnmm, Thomas; Humphrey. Home Bradley; Huffman, Isnreal G.; Hicks John; Hutchinson, Robert H.; Hughes, Jacob; Hughes, Jamef; Hill," Clint; Hughes. Charlie P.; Hamilton, Minor; Hcathm.m, Wm. J.; Hougue, Fred Herbert; Ilnlett, Ed. Richard; House, Stephen A.; linger, Fredrick Percy; Ilulett, Calvin Milton; Hunt, Willy; Halt, Clttrcncc Finley; Unit, Abrn; Hnmmack, Robert; Hammonds, Leon r.rd; Hoskins, Hen; Unit, KIHrt Anderson: Hammonds, Joe; llawley, Charley; Hall, Anion; Ball, John; Hurt, Jesse; linger, Wesley; linger, Cnnnie; Hyatt, James; Harrison, Green Franklin; Hall, Ben; Humphrey, John; Hill, Jesse Tercll; Hurt, Sale; Herring, Fred; Huffman, Grover; Hicks, James; Humphrey, Herman; Huffman, John H.; HulTman, Taylor Burdette; Hoskins, Edward; Hester, Oscar Russell; Hunt, I'urda; llounshell, Norman; Hurt. William C.; Hunt, Carlton; l, Hnunshell, Grover Cleveland; Hilery; llounshell, James Garfield; Hurt, Frank Ersel; Hnunshell, Caloway Cahin; llounshell, James Ballard; Herron, Sterling; Hatcher, George Forest; Holtzclaw, James Edwin; Herron, Stanley; Ham, Bert Parker; Huffman, l.ouis; Hunt, Robert Broadus; Hilton, James Albert; Charlie; Iliatt, Louis; linrlin, Howard; Hamilton, Howard; Hamilton, Ira; Hudson, Shirley. r. Houn-shel- ' Isbell, John Irvin; Irvin, Lee; Irvin, Rether; Irvin, Luke; Irvin, Eli Jackson; Isaacs, Stanley; Ison, Phillip Thurman; Ison, Charlie Fletcher, Jr.; Ison, Charles Rufus Overton; Ingram, Clifford; Ison, Will; Irvine, Theodore. Jones, Fred; Jones, William Vernon; Johnson, Isom; Joseph, Charlie Reynold; Jennings, John Homer; Jennings, Mark; Jones, Thomas; Jones, Allen; Joseph, Ailolph Davis; Jen-- j nings, Bluford Henry; Jones, I rnnk; Johnson, "Willie; Johnson, Miller Jovns, Junies Ulyses; Jennings, George; Jenkins, Ambros. King, William Lloyd; Knvnnnugh, Morton; Kemper, Thomas; Killion, George Kaufman, M.; Ashford; Knight, Hugh Scott; Kennedy, Eugene; Kennedy, Lin; Killion, Waller; Kerly, James Ernest; Kinnaird, Virgil Gibney; Kinnaird, John Gill; King, Dudley: Kindred, Henry Dow: Kidd, Jim; Kinnaird, James; Kinntiid, Wm. Harrison; Kinnard, John; helley, Lige; Kirby, John;. Kldd, Claud; Kcl-lWalter Thomas: Knuffmnn. Holi day Clay; Kinder, Willio AmonjKnuff- man, will; hing,' William u. Dal-to- n, m Boat-righ- r; s, n; Ledford, A ley; Layton, Churlcs Brewer? Lake, John Lewis; Lakes, William O.; Long, Jesse; Layton, William Henty; Logan, John; Ledford, Jurnes; Lewis, Henry; Layton, Stephen; Luyton. .lames Hyatt: William Curl; Ledford, John Sherman;! ElLuyton, Robert Walker; mer; Lane, Harry Douglas; Lane, Ollie; Logan, Price; Lee, Torn; Lime, Charlie; Lunsford, Leonard; Lay, Solomon Luther; Lunsford, Nelson; Lunsford, George; Lowery, Charlie; Lunsford, Tail; Lune, Thomas Clinton; Lay, Wm. Marion; Lunsford, Hiram; Lunsford, Robert; Lee, Wade Ellen; Lee, Arbar Davis; Lee, Herbert Letcher; Long, Willie; Long-- , Reather; Lane, Felix B.; Leavell, Walker, Locker, Owen; Lemay, Milton Randall; Locker, Locker, Robert Wolker; Burch; Lone, Emmett; Locker, Wllbert; Land, Iliram; Lemay, Amon; Reynold, Willy P.! Routt, James; Thomas.; Roberts, Walter; Reynolds, Robert; Roberts, Sherman; Rny, Cleo J,; Ross, Raymond; Rnncy, Iotie B.J Ross, Sam; Rice, Sam; Ray, Hoyston; Tom; Letcher, Martin; Ray, William Sutton; Ray, Willie AnThail; l.cacll, William; Lytic, George; Logan, dy; Ray, Jesse; Ray, Charlie; Ray, Samllownrd; layton, Jesse; Lee, James Homer H.J Rny. Marshall; Ray Alex; Lnwson, Ector Smith; Lewis, uel. Simpson, Rollie; Scrinner, Ballard William Mason; Lear, Cnrl- Sebastian, :dd; Leavell, Taylor; Ifwis, Robert; Pless; Selastlan, Jesse; Dae; Lewis, Virgil; Simpson, William Andrew; Lcnvcll, Otto; fchnatinn, Hormv; Sebastian, Everett Chester; Ijike, Jake, Malenr, Otis; Morgan, Clyde El- U; Sherrow, John; Sherrow, Jnsperj bert! Moore. John Frank; Metcalf, Spivey, Roy; Stone, Harry C; Shear; Mal er, Claude; Shearer, Robert Leo; John; Mnrsee, Thomas enr, Earnle; Mnyfield, Fred; Mnrcum, Sherrow, George Hutdette; Spivey, Kred; Sherrow, Ruthrr; Spivey, HarJohn; Montgomery, (lakes; Montgom Charlie; ry; Stone, Herbert; Smith, Sherman; cry, Isaac Day; Montgomery, Raymoirii; Shelby. Letcher; Smith, Kdgnr; Montgomery, Thomas Charley; Shelby, Herman; Scott, Montgomery, Elgin C; McMurtry, Scott, Fletcher; Sparks, Frniik; Wilbur llownrd Robert; McGarvcn, Shcr-riMoore, John Riley; Middleton, John; I jank; 'Sherrow, Jesse Eugene; Henry Smith; Swoi Wm ThomMcOicrry. Willie Joe; Mooro, Charlie Worthinetnn: Middleton, Georgic An as; Sadler, Curtis Daily; Scott, John Hnnsfotd; dy; Moore, Itichmon Henry; Mont Ralph; Scott, Leonard gomery, Bradley Burnett; Mnyes, Sherrow, Strauthcr; Swopc, Alfred Sutton; Alvn Raymond; Montgomery, Othn; Mitch Benjamin; Sutton, Shenrin, Joe; Sadler, Jesse; SIppel, ell, Robert; Mitchell, Herbert; Mitch-elChnriey; Miller, William; Math- Benjamin; Sparks, James; Smith, ews. McKinley: Miller, Arch Kavnn- - Ballard G ; Stowe, Henry l.eanidas; Miller, jjtitrnes, Bud; Spilman, Solan; Spil Slcphcn; Mosler, nugh; George; Matthews, .lasper; Moberly, man, William; Smith, Tom; Shouse, FA; Moberly. Hugh; Murphy, Clem; Tariff Wilson; Sutton, Stephen; Sa. I Elbert; ers, Henry I.It'letnwn; Sowdcr, (,e. Murphy, SUnmie; Moberly, SebuMlan. Wm Wesrvy; Masters; William; Murphy, Lewis; era! KTevrns, Archie Dave; Scott, Charlie Morris, Allen; Metcalf, Adrian; Eddie; Moberly, John; Milter, Unrkin; Smith, Charlie; Sanders, Jns. Mnson Elmer; Marsee, George Bright; Kinnnird; Sowder, t'tilviti; Schooler, Marsce, James Thomas; Miller, Per-r- Crmer Pnltersojt; Sanders, James M.; Mitchell, Alex; Mnnuel. Martin; Blythe; Sebastian, Noah; Stevens, Ed Scott, Robert Franklin; McQuerry, Ilatnp; Moody, James; Walker; Mays, Harrison; Metcalf, Grant M.; Schooler, Herbert; Scott, Ed; Sutton. Mitchell, firmer Cleveland: McWhnr-ter- , Jesse II.; Smith, Jonas 11.; Shelton, Emery Elmer; Metcalf. Ruther- Matt; Sutton, Robert; Spiels, James It.; Scott. Albert; Smith, Charley, ford Haes; MrWhorter, Harry Stephens, Willie Simpson, Fred; McCoy. Troy; Marshl-anks- , Stewart, Alfred? Scott. Metcalf, Chester Arthur; Mor- Broaddus gan. Wm. Gillert; Murphy, Homer: Thomas; Stiarisll. Jack; Smith, Walter; Miller, Wm. Fergusnu; Marshbnnks, Sutton, (Jreen; Simpson, McKcn;ie; James; Molierly, Roy; Morgan, Mark; Siniwon, Mike; Sebastian, Henry Simpson, Creed Hoskins; SeMurphy, Thomas Mnnford; Mnnuel, Andrew; Meadows, Robert Lincoln; bastian, Dillnrd Floyd; Snyder, Floyd; Morris, Allen; Morris, John Henry; Sunders, William Clyde; Simpso. , Snyder. Preston; Sparks .Miller, Raymond; Miller. James; Mc- Piltard; Claud Vinson; Simton. Eddie; SanCoy, William; Middleton, Arthur; John M.; Morris, Charlie; der, James 1.; Simpson,' Eunice; Shir Marshbnnks, William; Marshlianks, ley, Sadler; Saddler, John; Salter, Anion; Simpson, Jesae Stephen; Middleton, Frank; Miller, Herbert; John William; Simpson, Clay; Leonard N ; Marsee. Nelson. Simpson, Ixc; Shearer, Herbert; Sanders, Victor; Simp-soN'aylor, James Davis; Not. Albirt; Smith. Buford; Nathan John. Night, Frank; Naylor, Leonard; Nny-loCurtis Robinson; Naylor, Samuel Tudor, Wthur Marion; Turner, C A Rulx-n- ; Naylor. George; Naylor, Odns; lie; Tudor, Thurman; Tussey, Jonah; NayNoel, Jasper; Naylor, William; Turner, Mack; Thomas, Hurry Ojrnr; lor, John Ison: Naylor, Henjamlne Michael; Todd, Neeley, Wallace Martin; Nay- Fowler, Louis; Temple, lor, William' Virgil; Naylor, Gilbert; Walter; Thompson, Aurben; Temple, Alfred; Thompson, Wesley; Taylor, Nnylor, Hubert; Neeley, William Charlie; Todd, William Steun; Tur-neHarris Stafford; Tudor, John Cummins; Tomlinson, Robert Hugh; Hump; Ogg, Robert Allen; Osborn, Tribble, William; Thomas, Alvln; Osliorn, Bascom; O'Hearn, Charles E.; Tankersley, John Avery; Todd, James Osborn, Earl; Over.street, Denny. Le; Turpin, Henry Clay; Thompson, Pruitt Baker; Tarance. Hugh M.; TinPrcwitt, David Layfatt; Pruitt, der, Louie O.; Tinder, Frank Nelson; Charjes Allen; Pruitt, Amos; PendleTanketslcy, Charley; Tatum, Clell; ton, Jeff; Pruitt, Oscar; Pruitt, Elijah; Tankersley, Simon; Tnnkersley, Chas. Price, Vester; Prewitt, Virgil Lee; W.; Tatem, John, Jr.; Teater, Iuls Preston, Arthur; Preston, Silas; Tivis, Calyc; Turner, Bruce; Will R.; Ellrt; Pence, Will II ; Preston. Teater, Kirby; Turner, William Alvis; Pence, Adam; Pope, Charley II.; Pry-oThomns, Eddie; Tracy, Thomas ErGnte Edward; Preston, Henry Tay. nest; Teater, McClellan; Thompson, lor; Poindexter, Robert II.; Prather, Charlie McKcnzie; Turner, Walter; Clark Rylie; Pryor, Ben; Poindexter, Trucy, Robert Lee; Turner, George; Hale Edward; Prcwitt, James; ParkTeater, Thurmond; Todd, William T.; er, John William; Pendleton, Lee; Preston, Elbert; Preston, Earl; Pres-- j Upton, James Riley; Underwood, tun, Marshall; Prewitt, J. 'Thomas; Squire; Underwood, Dave. Ijiwrence Pollard, Thompson; Pollard, John; Price, Coy; Prewitt, Cnmeron' Vaught. Robert Smith. Carl; Preston; Hubert George; Powell, Ben; Pointer, Reuben; Parsons, Wilson. Gilbert; Wheeler, Joe Pleas-nn- t; Pointer, Henderson; Robeit Lee; Wheeler, Talton Emery; Wilson, Pence, Oakley; Pointer, Thomas WilFrank; Wilson, Ernie; Wilson, Hume; liam; Pointer, Charley; Prewitt, Nath- Walker, Jess; Walton, Robert; Walker, aniel Karl; Perkins, Etmiel; Pullins, Richard; Williams, Lewis; Walton. Morris; Parker, Bert; Phelps, Wm, Hubburd Wade; Williams, Henry, Jr.; HarLevi; Poynter, Mason; Parsons, Woods, Wylie, George; Rice G,; rison; Plummer, Joe; Pennington, Woods, William Bruce; Walker, Pren-tuFelix; Plummer, Sam; Patrick, Heb-eWhittou, Rny; Ward, Robert HarJ.; Poynter, Scott; Pendleton, vey; White, s; Warren, Hollis; Levi; Poynter, Charlie; Ptewitt, Clau-di- Wallace, John; Wallace, James; Peyton, Olvin; Perkins, Pool; Sam; Williams, Herbert L.; Prather, Cecil Everett; IVrwdom, Wil- Wood, Ben; Wilmnt, Wood; "Witltcr, liam James; Prather, Roy Lester; Gubc Lee; Wheeldon, Cleo Alton; Price, Joo Frances; Perkins, Shirley; Wood, John Wesley; Withers, Clyde; PoynPollard, Frank; Perkins, Leslie; White, Jurnes I.; West, Burnnni ter, Clell; Pumphrcy, CIny Hamilton; White, Simon B.; White, Jesse; Ward-loPumphrey, William Herndon. Calvin; Wilson, Robert; Wilson, Huston; West, Traylor; Whltakcr, Rains, Speed; Robinson, Hiram; Robert Li'inau; Warner, Andiew Jack-KRobinson, Lige; Robinson, Jake; Rice, Whltakcr, Squire Tilbern; Wear-reJoe; Rice, George; Rogers, Calvin; Beasley; West, Curley; Wtrten, Rogers, Leonard; George; Warren, Cornelius; Wnrren, Rich, Porter Isnuc; Rich, Porter I sac; Rogers, Leonard; John; Whlttuker, Herbert; Williams, Roberts, I.ccurtis Roy; Rogers, Jack; Pendleton; Walter, Robert Morrison. Bice, Curry David; Rucker, Orlando York, Moses Pierce; Yarber, John; Chester; Ralston, Robert Franklin; Yeager, Edd; Yeater, John Henry; Russell, George; Roberts, John Luth- Yuntls, Lewis; Young, Arthur Leo; er; Roberts, Andrew Jackson; Rals- Young, Delmar Lawrencg; Yater, ton, James Harvey; Robinson, Andie; Charlie C.; Yeakey, Robert; Yeakcy, Roberts, Brogand; Reynolds, Virgil; Gooch; Yeakey, John; Yeakey, Jesse. Ross, Howard; Ruble, Victor; Ruble, Tho following cards havo been made Robert Jerome; Rogers, Jesse Adam; since Registration day. Raymond Gabriel; Rasfkin, Ruble, House, George; Hurt, Charley; KelChas. F.; Robinson, Benjamin F,; Rob- ly, Arthur; McMurtry, Arthur; RobTheo. Curry; Rankin, James inson, John II. inson, David; Ray, John; Rayburn, Thomas A true copy; Merian; Robinson, William; Rhodus, Att: Joe Hamilton, Clerk. Edward; Ross, David Forest) Rodgers, By N. C. Hamilton, D. C- Long, Sam; I.ong, Enrl; Lamb, Isom Gilbert; Leavell, Charley; Lcnvcll, Jes-sLeavell, Clell; Uckcy, Charley; Long, Lee; Lake, George C; Kiev- - ledfonl. Lee Bradley; Ijtke, Spu-dcclSpll-man, i. Mob-erlp Gor-deBur-ilett- e; Soe, r, r, s; m Pl-a- Wnl-lac- e, T-- ; n,