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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 21, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917062101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 21, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 21. 1917. RYE. BARLEY. WHEAT. MANY MASONS TO GO Wo will Iruy or store vour Wheat. Practically every Mas,on in the coun. Rye.nr Ilarley. Highest market price. ty will attend the big celebration and Plenty of rack. Hudson, Hughes & barbecue next Saturday at Crab OrI'arrmu. chard. Kdervthing is in readiness to NUMBER 12. G IDE 3 HE act!, uumc anu 3F1E inc. Place Your Order for a WONDER WASHER MACHINE The Most Popular Washing Machine in America, DEMONSTRATED WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 From 2 o'clock until 3 o'clock p. m. Whether you need n washer now or not. come anil see the streaks taken out of dirty shirts In less thim it minute. The Demonstrator from the factory will instruct you in the simple ami most effective wny you can save time nnd lighten your labors on wash day. No rub ami no scrub. The Ajiitator gives extra intention to worst soiled parts. A Your hardest wonderful le'sson in household economy. task can now be your lightest The only wnshet on the market using four processes at one time. NEW CLERK. . I I ! Mr. Jnmes Nevius has accepted n position with Mr. Jus. W. Smith anil has already gone to work. James Is a fine young man, n recent graduate of the high school and wc predict will make good in his chosen work. entcrtai.i the fiOW piople that are expected to l on bund. The children from the Widow's aid Orphan's Homo will be there together with their band as well as the famous Smlttie band of Cincinnati. The celebration will be on the Springs Hotel property and final arrangements have been made to park at leost BOO outomodiles. PROMINENT DEEEING a. TV S. S. CONVENTION An Interesting and instructive pro-grahas been arranged for the Sunday School Convcn-- l tlon which is to be held at the Herring school house next Sunday afternoon. beginning promptly at 3 o'clock. The public Is cordially invited to be present. POLITICIANS. Lancaster was visited by three prom' inent politicians last Thursday in the persons of Hon. Rodman Keenon, Clerk of Court of Apiieal nt Frankfort, Senator Fro9t. of May field and Dr. Alexander of Versailles. A Becret conference was held with a few of our local politicians, lasting about thirty minutes, said tohav been relating to some of our local candidates. They left im mediately for Stanford where 'tis said a similar meeting was held and a local ticket mapped out for Lincoln county, whicn has put the political pot to boiling in that democratic stronghold. I BINDER j i I jrl Full Line of Deering Parts Mowers, !.a. 1 LARGE FLAG POLE ' The tiseal court has just appropriated a sum sufficient to purchase n handsome Mag and the 100 foot pole was erected yesterday at the north vast corner of the court house. The pole Is made of iron piping, four inches In diameter at the bottom tapering to n two inch (II- atneter at the top. Owing to the height h GARRARD'S QUOTA No Noise, Slop, or Loss of Time. of the pole it was raised with much OVERSUBSCRIBED. hut it is now firmly stationed i difficulty, It Must be Seen to be Appreciated. and will last for years. Garrard county oversubscribed her GIVEN AWAY FREE. ONE allotment of the Liberty Loan Bond by 700,000 FOR KENTUCKY $1,800, the total amount applied for beThe money raised in Lancaster and ing $ion,soo. Garrard cwunty will go to make up the "W,lMl alloted to Kentucky fur the Ited CHAUTAUQUA LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. IN Cross work. The money is to be used n IE ir in the erection of hospital, employFULL BLAST ment of nurses and medijal Hid for GenrSny. The Hedputh Chautauqua opened its Attend Chniitauiun morning, noon American soldiers in war with Your dollar may bring your boy back third season In this city yesterday and night and gel all out of it to he to you out of No Mans Land, where afternoon and will have two daily engotteni many sons are going, where many will tertainments for the next five .days. Come and see the Wonder Washing remain. Join today make this your The afternoon sessions open promptly at 3. 1. M. and the evenings session at ' Machine demonstration,, Wednesday, Ited Cross Day. j 8:15. Most of the merchants have One given away, June; litth agreed to close their stores at 2:45 and Conn liroi, live and let live folks. PROMINENT MERCHANT. open again at 5 o'clock. t ,n. wee I. ... uune lu .... ... -. l.....H I V ..,e u ln M c j of Lsncns.ri wa, llson as a ,K,ri. designated by 'resident Mondav with hil) ,on rUcoeConn WESTERN UNION SERperiod for n Nationwide effort to secure utomob,le man Mr Conf Clean up and use lime and help rid ... .t:.... a.,.- - h,, i.uli. lunus inununceieiiBcinKi ilrnlh., me wwnui I medical VICE DISCONTINUED. aid and nurses for American up one of the largest machine shops in battle tields. Ken ''Central Kentucky. They are also en Show vonr patriotism by lighting troops on The Oastin Telephone Company an' lucky has been alloted $700,000 to raise. potato bugs, the light it on. gaged in the hardware and Implement nounce that after July 1st, they will business in Lancaster, carrying an it discontinue the Western Union Tele r Whatabout vour stable and out houses How may wc successfully fight the they clean? If notyou are in danger. tly? Hv destroying or removing his mense stock. All of this well known graph service. In lieu of this they will are county family arc expert ma- place a pay station in the office of, the breeding place, the manure pile, re- Garrard One ease of typhoid fever will cost moving all garbage and tasking the chinists and have wide reputations for telephone company and those sending ability:-DanvMessenger. mora than n barrel of lime and a man privy vault messages will call Stanford and pay in and by keeping their message at the to clean your premises. u luan , In m i ii.hl mil ... un BURDETT APPOINTED. advanco the cost of the pay station. the house; by the use of the wire swat- - j JPjJJ We will buy or store your Wheat, anu sucny u paper. George W. Ilurdett, the youngest son Kv. Harley. Highest market price. ler MEN FOR YOUNGER Hudson, Hughes & l'lcntl of tacks. The man wlfo grumbles at taxes and or l.eorge u. liuruett. or Louisville. Farnau. at the call to subscribe will do well to 1" ucen appointed to a place under the AIR SERVICE CORPS. keep in mind the thought that if France lUv" Service, in the Adjutant General'sIf thousands are ready to givt their and Kustia and England break down he uH'ce. oi me ar ueparunem ai The age limit for the army air serlives, will you not give your money, ill be paying everything he has to wasmngton anu lelt ror that city last the spirit German tax collector for the rest of ' balurdav. l.eorge Uurdett Is a most vice has been reduced from twenty-on- e ln and give till you feel to nineteen years, according to a tele of sacrifice? That's all there is to deserving young man and his appoint- - gram from tho war department receiv his natural life. ment Is good news to his many friends t, Th.fi nreeiselv th wv matters When your boy is in France on the in this and Garrard county. That he ed dy President II. S. Darker of the firing line you will not consider vour Btama will make good goes without saying. university og Kentucky. The minimum will allow a number of eager students duty contributions to the Ited Cross The recent rains have furnished, -- Danvillu Messenger. who have been barred to try for aerial but a happy privilege. enough seasons for the farmers to sit corps. The air service needs athletes HARDIN LOOMS UP. who arc Come and see the Wonder Washing punctual, reliable Wednesday, muk-in- g Machine demonstration, ' Although tho next State races are and intelligent men accustomed to of the oportutiity. This themselves Juno 27th. One given away. quid; decisions. Highly desirable prove u banner year I two yearn off, the usual amount of Conn Ilros. live nnd let live folks. year will douLlles men who ride well can sail a fast boat for the tobacco raiser and he should early gubernatorial gossip is going the or handle a motorcycle usually make Why not make up your mind to get strive to product a crop of excellent political rounds, and in tho name of good air pilots. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of Harrods- It can be iUnlity. j the most ut of ChautaniUH. burg, the present Democratic State made a season of mental and spiritual In nuibolizing the resources of the chairman, and Circuit Judge of the THE RIGHT SORT refreshing. It will help you thru the land to feed those whom kings and Thirteenth judicial district, figures th summer. Kaiser have marie hungry the hen is rK0ly. Kver since the new State OF PATRIOT. to beover'ooked. One of the friends mluistrution took hold, Judgo Huidin I's farmers und amateur gardeners There is an intimate touch of human u of Immunity now most missed in Ger- &s tvvn regarded us having his eye un n light on which promises now have thriller, "filter bugs unit smart weeds). mnry la the hen. She was early called tlt, gubernatorial succession, and his nature In tho following extract from n Shoulder your powder guns nnd get to tin- colors, in the Centrul F.mpire anil friends say that recent events have letter written to the chairman of tho Eggs in strengthened his chances for the party board of registrars the day utter tho your rakes nnd hoes ready. The battle eaten to the last feather. young men of Lexington enlisted for Louisville Times. llerlin nre more precious than peurl. nomination, bn begun. service: The honor of serving our ' country 11s registrars June 5 gave us LIBERTY BELL RUNG to study nil excellent opportunity was rung human nature and how much space of Again the "Liberty lien in tht) ears of the Nation. In the midst American hearts is occupied by Amori-drive canism. For example, we received a of tin j country's terilllc, young mini in for the Liberty War Loan, it faint peal message early from from the "Liberty Hell ' in Independ- our precinct of his intention to register, , ence Hall was heard throughout the but on account of his physical cundi-As wo told you most Hnions coiitiiin an excess of salt. land. Mayor Smith struck America's Hon he could not como to the polls in Wo Immediately sent one of person. jtfi moJt revered relic witn a goitwi They reiiuiru to lie freshened before boiii cooked. at exactly - o'clock, noon mid our registrars to his home und fouud These Bacons cost less per pound than ours, but when the long mute tongue of the Liberty him in bed, ll.it or his backr with his life gradually ebbing uwuy und real. winllcll"spol;e uguin. It was but you llgure on this salt nt about 15e a pound, there is u ner but it reviberaU'dlrom the Atlantic Izing that his d jys on earth ,were but tell. different story to few, yet to the iijcstion, "Do you to the l'acitlc, calling last minute ta the Liburty Ilonds to the claim exemption," he readily uiuwercd Tito beauty of our Hacnn is tlr.it there is not the least No'. This is the typo of Americucs service of their nation. hit of wiistu about it. of tho gove'n-men- t thut will some day hung Old Glorv on The In a pound of it there arc 16 ounces that r m wcr loan showed that the nialned the highest building to llerlin. exington Leader. note from the undent bell, which, first can be eaten. We would be glad to have you proclaimed America's liberty ktlll strik try the brand we handle. es a reiponsivu com in America a neari, ALL THE STYLES Tf Cracked und silent since 133S wiien it ngree with us thut It is u superior We think you would "KRYPTOKS", "LUXPaLS", "SHELTEX" broke tolling rorlheuealli Uiicr Justice article. Marshall, it again tolled for tho death "SHURONS". 'TORSHEL" "FITS-Iof Autocracy und for tho Liberty of all of God's people Are some of thu equipment that makes Garrard did her bit in the Liberty up the ItYItNK OPTICAL SEUVICK, Loan and nobly did she do it. What at Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster Ky. J. J. Uyrne, will she do towards raising that 700,000 June 25 to 30lh. Optometrist, Optician. alloted to Ky. for Red Cross work? I Rakes and Twine. 58. I is 'Gs Conn Brothers. ' HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky araaiTHiiiMEarfcUS! Q' 'Ml irl f3l ' TtiisiTtiJorHisrasitaE. ?2 I.- -- take another because they say it is as good as WHY GLEN LILY i..ii' ,,, I ille That is only to acknowledge GLEN LILY is the best. The only unbleached, unblended flour that you can buy in central Kentucky. A Garrard County Product. m I Garrard 1 Milling Go. - it-- J rsldy quick-witte- j Buggies, Wagons, ad-n- - Harness. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buying. 1 BACON last-da- y 11 nam-trine- r, -- 3 11 rs t -L- Qurrey' s T W. Romans f The Central Record, Thursday, June 21, 1917. Block Summer Glothes HRYANTSVILLE ' 4' CHICKEN CHATTER. Mesrs,C M. Dean and It. I. Ilurton attended court nt Nicholasville Momlav. Mrs II spent lard, lut L. Elder of Nicliolraville. week with Mr, ilogan Hal .. Miss Jennie PMnner of Mercer Co. has been visiting Mrs", llelle Tomllnson innl family. Quito a number from heiowill attend tin- - Mnonic celebration lit Crab Or Trovldd plenty of roomy, clean, well llllensl nests. Dirty nests cause dirty rues, nml dirty egg spoil quickly. There should bp n neiit for every tlte bens. Gather the cgqs twlco n day OUR DRINKS WILL COOL YOU ' BEFORE AND AFTER THE CHAUTAUQUA. Our store will be open after the evening Leave any package you may nave, at our store. - We carry the most up-to-da- te line of Gents Furnishings in Lancaster. Also a beautiful line of LEGHORNS, PANAMA AND STRAW HATS of all kinds. Logan & Anderson Bros. when they The District Ilusinen Meeting of the statrl that the smltry prolines of the ild b dotlb'-- d In a Sunday Schools was held here Sunday I'nllisl States Tills inisins that If etcrjlxrly In afternoon and a larr.e crowd was in at tendance. Committees were appointed n position I help did Ids part f would be addeil orlli of for the further organization of this isni.'M.! ronntrj'H sii:ly this r work. Mrs. Klizabetli Ilurgess is Dis-- I to the Tills Includes loth meat for the tir trict I'resiJent. bio and css Verj few fiirmers prnc t lit- - n js,.matli' plim of dstHi.hii; of ' Sponges In Australasian Seat. ery Sponges are known to be abundant In the Australasian seas, - this the ease with the specially horny or highest form of spouses. In St. chard, Saturday. Mr. Helen Itlair nnd daughter. Miss KatheJine. of l.ovelnnd Olno, are the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. Williams. ! The regular meeting for June of the ! bens. W. C. T. U. was held Thursday utter-noo- n It Is a well kiionti fact that A vary Interesting programme fertile CIKS do not keep ns well piven was After the ! 'f as Infertile ones. - breeding utMMiti Is over eliminate .Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Sparks and the rooster. Mailer Hughes Spaiks of Xicholasvillu were guests Surdity, o' Mr. and Mrs. : ! Jj J. Hogan llullanl, Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of LexWEED OUT THE DRONES. ington, who ha been visiting relative here spent several d.t)s last week with Proper Handling of Poultry Would Misses llourne and llessie (iullev. Largely ln:rio Food Supply, Tlw "Liberty Ioan" allotment for repaint by fnllrj Htalrs .Icpurti'.ifnt of agriculture 1 the Hank of Iiryantsvillc in their exwhirlwind campaign, Wednesday, Since isMiltry rcub maturity quickly ceeded the amount of the aJlottment by and since the ipiallty nml productive-nes- s ?3,IOO, a total of $13,000 being subof breeding sti.-k- . therefore, tuny l Improved by ""lection In a relatively scribed. tsmltry We will buy or store your Wriest. short porlil. the rallnc uf ono of the best opportunities for Hye. Uarley. Hight market price. liiereaslns the meat foml supply of the l'lenty of sacks. Hudson. Hjghe & country In an tinerp-nelike that now Fnrnau. ellln;. mils, innplisl with the ad. Come' and see the Wonder jVashinir vantas.'s to Ik' tallied by the exercise was demonstration, Wednesday of creator ran In .illryo"raisins, Macht'ie the fislcral thi' tlioiicbt In the minds 27th. one Riven away. June who an I t.ile asilcultitrnl Conn Hros, live and let live folks. isl.s-lall.l- during warm ue.ither. Ijito hatched thicks, contrary ! to Hie general rule, are going to ' Hut they must ; pay this jear. ! ls well eared for. Jiine hatched chicks should ho ! given the range of tleMs t'ot ! used by the older chicks and ! pro-gra- I MGRoberts Drugstore J The Modern Spirit I of co.ut.eration, the spirit which animates all uccsful business, prevails in the orRaniiation of our Federal reserve bank. We own stock in it. We keep our reserve cash in it. Weluvo h voice in electinir its directors and IhroURh them in choosing its management. Ills our Lank, and it resources enable us at all times to meet the legitimate banking requirements of our community. We Citizens National Bank OK I.ANCASTKK. KY. I.im. . V. HUDSON. W. President. O. Cicncv, Ass't Cash'r J, J. WALK Kit. Vice Crest. )ir W. K. C1IAMC. Laihier. Jou J. Walkkk. Jh.. I fil '. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copffal . It. 1. 50,000. J. K. STOItMKS. Surplus $30,000. Vice I SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Juiy ist Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from For Round Shoulders. An excellent exercise to straighten round shoulders good for girls or women who hnvo to pit u good deal Is performed! by plurlng 11 thin slick or whuiI across the back and letting It run out through the bent elbowa. The trm.s lire bent o that the bands rest Keep the iinn.s and on the chest. shoulders pressed back and down unci walk about the room In this way for live or teu minutes. ' The Candelllla Plant. The win of the candelltlu plant Is used lu making candles, phonograph records, wood nml leather polishes, floor wax, certain varnishes, linoleum, rubber compounds nml celluloid, und It also enters into use In pharmacy and , In the making of electrical Insulation. The candelllla plant grow on the poorest quality of toll, and before It was found to hnvo a commercial value for tho wax contained it was consld-erea pest. d A. it DKNNY. President' i'res't. :litl. Ass't Cathief. S. DKNNY. Cashier. J. U t.ll.1. Hook. Keeper. a .Safety Oeposit WK SOLICIT Alex It. Boxes YOUH Denny. W. For Rent. IH'SINKSS. J. II. Cosry, J. K. M. Klliott. Directors. m HUrk Minorca. l'i as m.iny ns any ottirr of the Metllterranran breads wlirti tret kIoiik prolr llnrs. Th wrlght of Minorca runt to ihlrty.slx aeruKea ihlrty-tu- u ounces pr tl.urn. .Km tstls Llnls they are K'kmI. the (t.h betrsj tn-ilr- r unJ th flavor eie.llent Ths bird tilcturr.1 Is a Mom Comb HUrk Minorca hen. Samual D. Cochran. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. U Gill. Dr. Danville, Ky. to Draw A Check Louisville Lawrenceburg .$1.00 $1.50 Shelbyville Harrodsburg. . $1.25 .$ .50 and for the iiiunry you ov e nnd note how much more res- Similar reductions to all local stations between Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Danville pectfully your creditors I'nnl you re- - RETURNING No. 9 will bq held at Louisville until . . .5:30 P. M. for further information see Ticket Agent. Southern Railway System. Get Ready For have ceased to ' their fowls after they Nothing New Under Sun. Ist prtsluctlte, although It Is well Tin-- tarings of blue beads that the known that fowls of the heat ler breeds, modern girl dons to ward off bronchitis such as the mouth lioeks, cense to (nro merely new versions of the strings produce a prolltable numlsT of eggs at of blue beads worn In Egypt WOO years the end of their laying year and before Christ to keep diseases of the that this holds true of the lighter 'chest tit buy. Miys n writer In the Chlb breeds, such as the Leghorns, at the ai!elphln North American. The Uoy end of their third lajlng year. Con. sealed bottle of mercury which she j hcqiicntly If efforts were made to discarried to mini off rheumatics hud Its pose of all females w lien their t Iny. prototype In buttles of n strange elixir lug dnjs were oer u large quantity uf I used In India 110 centuries uud more poultry meat would Is- plans! on tho ' market. All "irly i1cU'Ik1 chM:-eiiugo. Ix-sI i - They like tn do InisiiiKss with n man who has nn ncrotiut at (he Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a busirrss like way. Iletter open such an account even if your atTairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. TheG arrard Bank 3Z & Trust Company IE rvest iieeini mowers, iieenng Binders and Twine, Deering Binder Twine, the best on the market. Phone us your order now so you will be sure of yours at harvest time. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. should likewise be culled out and used at meat. This way of (llsislng of unprolltahle fowls would ulluw the I his grain to jounger fnnner to NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS uud more prisluctlvo fowls. Sealed Croposals for improvement of l'uliillng tho cockerels that are not kniwn us the intended for hricillug purposes wilt not State Aid Koa l Lancaster & Danville Itoad in (larrard i only Incrcaso their size, but will placo County Ky,, will be received by tho a more desirable poultry meat on the market. Another practice that should Fiscal Court ut the Court House in Lan- be adopted inure widely Is thijt of fat. County Ky,, until 12 telling caster, Garrard all chickens that lire to bo mar 11)17. o'clock noon, June 2ith., keted liefun- - they lento the farm. This The work proposed involves approxi- can be diilio easily by coiillulug tho mately, birds for a week or ten days nml feed, tug them n go.nl rattening ration. They 112 Cu. Yds. earth excavation. will iiiiiKi to maiket then hi boiler tun. 1305 Cu. Yds solid rock excavation. ill! Ion, uud thn farmer will ruche a 1170 Cu. Yds. crushed slono rolled. prollt for their added weight. 8.08 miles of ditching. Dlds will be asked on the following Charcoal For Poultry. items. Charcoal Is not n fis d nml may not Price per Cu. Yd. on earth excavation. bo u panacea fur nil poultry ills, but l'rico pur cu. yd. on solid rock exca- It Is u valuable aid to digestion nml u vation. corrective of digestive troubles, says n PricH per 100 ft. ditching. correspondent or the Turin mid 1'lre-fidPrice per cu. yd. crushed stono in It Is good for poultry of any age. It may be mlxisl with the mash, place rolled. Price per cu. yd. crushed stonu in wet or dry, or fed In hoppers so that it placu rolled One mile or under trom tho birds may help tlit'iusHvcs. Is especially valuable In fattening or quarry. Additional price per cu. yd. crushed forced feeding. Hxpcrlmciibi with fattening fouls und turkeys havo shown stone in place rolled tor each One Hunthut thoso having charcoal niacin much dred feet in excess of One mile from greater gains than those nut melting The County to furnish all It. Finely granulated Is tho must conitiarry. quarries. venient und tleslniblu form fur feeding A certified check for the amt. of It. Although supply bouses usually charge, a pretty good price for It In $250.00 must accompany each bid The right to reject any and mall quantities, It is comparatively inexiKMisire when bought by the bag all bids reserved. Plans and specifications may be seen or barrel. Hones or corn Is sometimes and forms of proposals obtained from charred for poultry, but this is Inexpedient except on u small scale. the office of County Koad Engineer, Lancaster Kv.. also from the Office of Rid of Poor Hon. the State Department of Public toads Keep tho docks culled. Do not let a Frankfort Kv. feir or a few dozen or a tew hundred W. A. DOTY. bens llvo aud spouge oil the Induitrl-ti- l County Koad Engineer. and well paying flock. fsl 31 RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country is calling fur men of stout hearts nnd sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, us nothing else could do, the ImpOrturce of good health, both as nn individual und national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ollice, that everjbedy should guard their health ns u priceless os. session. When you lind yuurselt running down und not exactly keyed up to the lighting pitch, us is the casn with everybody at times. You ought tu come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R ILognlly linnruiilcetl to satisfy you, or meney hack) If you'll du that, vou will nut experience tho discomfiture of being sent back horn for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors, sells at One Dollar tor tlireee boxes, legally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, htoisl und Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism und nervousness. SCIF.NCK SOPK is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a"bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COW1IOY LINIMENT, for ull Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. guaranteed for the STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 0t Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-Whlte-Mo- on West Hroadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. DC DC DC 3CJ The Central Record, Thursday, June 2 1 , 1917. PUBLIC SALE Hiving sold my farm, SATURDAY, I 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 OF DON'T WASTE TIME. SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors to llunhcs & Swincliroml OF - It's a waste of time to experiment with liniments and plasters when you have n dull, throbbing liackiche of sharp, stabbing twinges. (Set after the cause! Help the kidneys with Doan's Kidney fills. Read this. John Trimble, .Stanford Pike, Lancaster, says; "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills with benefit when my kidneys have neen out of order. I tultrreil from weakness and dull pnins across my back and loins. At times 1 could not do any stooping or lifting on account of the sharp pains in my hack. My kidneys acted irregularly. Doan's Kidney Tills relieved ille pains ill my back ami put my kidneys in good conPrice ftlc, at all dealers. Don't simply nslc forakidnc'y remedy -- get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Trimble had. Poster-Milbur- n Co.. Props., liuiralo. N. Y. Not a Woman 3 i' up " Dr. Wm. D. Of r inance will on 1017 JUNEltfrd.. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE LAND OF NOW" SXPERIENCE AND dition." EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. Uiir records for tin- - past eight cars show tales of more thnii l:t,Wx ncrn h InrRe amount of town iml city properly ami stocks of of Uml, amounting to morf than $1, Cio.MKi.oo nml thii liuslnesj was ilom- - to the entire satisfaction of more than tin) clif nta ami customer1! and they are my MAKKSiiUltY Mrs. John Dotv entertained few friends at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Eliza Aldridge is well aain nfter several Weeks Illness. Mr, and Mrs, Ike Naylor were hosts at dinner, Hiiwluy, tu a number of ' references for "fair oValinc." From my experience in the business I know how, when, where and to ailvertie. T' the one who lias property to il farm lands, city property, dwellings lots or hiuiness pro'rty, inerchnndi j or any real estate pruHuition, I solicit your business, believing I can handle It to your entire s atisfnetion. I.tst lour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand a lone list of parties who are Kolntf to buy something somewhere and your prop- -' erly may be j'it what I am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage as I know values ami know that when oil clore a deal through me you will get "value received" j for your money. ' I have on hand for sale at all times n Large Number of Farms, Dwellings Otv Property not In the dvrrtil list, iia my list of property is constantly! and some f changing, by salcs.'expirations renewals, lilting new my best properties are not ndvertlsrd at the request of the owners. t will tell you of (Jarranl County, write me and If you are n all nlwut our County, its fertile soil. Its products, market facilities, good roads, schools and churches, ofl.nncaster and its business, its people and its growth. The following is just a few of the properties I have on hand for sale now. ht friends. A little visitor came last week to brighten the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Pope. Miss Nell Clark lias returned from llendersonvillc where site has been spending several weeks. The l.sdies Working society will meet with Miss Kugema Pollard next Wednesday afternoon at 'Jt p. m, Mrs. Mamie Kemper Khunleiu of K. C. W. is spending several weeks with her grand-motheMrs ciu Kemper. Come and see the Wonder Wnshing Machine demonstration, Wednesday, June -- Till. One given away. Conn Pros, live and let live folks. Mrs. R. S. Clark will chaperone n small picnic party in honor of her neice Mrs. Mamie Khunleiu. The site of the picnic will lie Hickman. We will buv or store your Wheat, I!)e, I Sac ley. Highest market price. Plenty of sacks. Hudson, Hughes Jc Kurnau. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Pollard. Mrs, Fanny Pollard and daughter. Miss Kugenia. motored to Danville Sunday, and were gueits of .Mrs. Klla Cecil, pro-rtie- s i l'Alt.MS. A farm of 1ft) acres, uliout 100 ncre of clilT anil A fertile farm of 1 SI partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with grazing land thrown In. acres with splendid Improvements, land lies well and is on Hike. A small farm of ' acres, with ft room house, good orchard, well located, on pike, close to school ami cliurcnes, or lu acres Willi large nam adjoining can be added, making X, acres. Possession at once. A small farm of 4:1 acres, 3j miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwell-In- g and new barn. gool land lies well. A farm of ftl acres, on pik 2J miles from tow:i, land rolling, very fertile, mestly in grass, latgc tobacco barn I room house. ' large barns, A farm of SI acres, extra tobacco and hemp land, rolling, splendid dwelling, land well fenced and well watered tenant house anil other out buildings. A farm of U"J acres of rich land, part level mid part rolling, line dwelling of 8 rooms, halls, cellar etc, - acre orchard, 'JJ miles from town en pike. This one u bargain. PEACE INT4 HOURS ft', acres of verv tertile land on pike 1 mile from town, good dwelling and, for Stomach Sufferer who take Mnjr's tlrj orchard and the land priced right. large barn and other Remedy. Wonderful Don't neglect I miles from town, on pike, lard partly rolling your 1 2$ acres, A farm of Stomach Ailments another minute. splendid improvements. What appears to be only minor Stomach disorders may often be symptoms A fatm of lid acris of fine land well improved, on pike accessible to marot Cancer nnd Ulcers of the Stomach ket of three county feats, land lies well. h mile from pike, with good improv-ment- s. anil intestines. Call Stones, Acute InA small farm of IS ucres, digestion, (iiistritis. Auto Intoxication, CITY PROPERTY: Yellow Jaundice, and other dangerous New metier n dweilirg of S rooms, i! halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern ailments, of which the sufferer is not improwments. furnace heaUd, electric lights, water works, small modern barn mvare until too late. An ideal prescription for overcoming quickly Stomund I acres of land. ach, l.iver nnd Intestinal troubles is A dwelling of fi rooms and out buildings ami 4 acres of land. Remedy. Millions Another new modern dwelling of 1U rooms with all modern conveniences. Mayr's Wondeiful of people have been restored by it. of other dwellings and building lots. A number One dose will PROVE that it will help Kor further par'iculars and prices inquire of you. Mnyt's Wonderful Itemedy is for sale by R. E. Mcltoberts. dour girl spending for her trou-oca- sell to the highest bidder, the following Dy WILLIAM CHANDLER personalty, at Hryantsville, Ky. m One brood rnare in foal to Jack; 1 I'm not n new woman's tnnn. I lie-l- ie saddle mnre 4 years old; I carllrg Ally lit In tho woman ot the ist, the and n good one; '1 one year old maro Office at Uainey s Livery Stable. dear, Innocent creature who depended mules; 1 number one short horn row, on man for et erf thing. I'm married sven vears old with calf at side; 1 four Lancnster. Kentucky to a woman who will ncer trouble mo yenr old short horn cow and calf; 1 lolling me how 1 should mnnngc my yearling short horn heifer; 1 sow and by Imslness. Allele knows no more of r.ire pigs; 1 brood sow; r shouts weighOII,ce..ours)J2a.m.roj bllliicH than u kitten knows about ing n i jou t T'i pounds; seven 10 imjuikI a ball of jam. shoats. M.K. Denny and W.A. One evening soon nfter Adclc and I KAKMINC TOOLS: One Superior were rnnaged I Went to M?e her and wheat drill; 1 Champion mower; Fifty Doctors Of Dental Surgery. found her lu a very happy mood. Shu good locust post; 1G0O tobacco sticks; 1 Omce: Slotmcs HiilldhiKotei linn A Andci told mo that her father, In order to driving cart; one buggy and bnrnejs; ion's nrnlinre sioie. prciaro her for certain resHnsilillltles 1 set WRgnu hirness and " sets of plow LANCASTER. KENTUCKY." alio might encounter nan wife, had gear. that J.Ms) In dm l.nnk to her cieillt for put of household und kitchen furniher trousxnu nnd bad given her a ture and other things too numerous to pass hook und u cheek book. Her fa- mention. Sale begins promptly at ten ther showed her how to enter her ilc o'clock. Terms made know on day of In Hislts nnd bring down her hnlnucc (21.) her check book. Occasionally fche was sale. to hand lu her iss book, have It N. P. COllH, Urvantsville, Kv. for Men and Boys. Best by test. und see that the balance brought A. T. Scott, Auct, down In It was the sumo ns thu balance Every pair guaranteed. lu her check book, A month later, when I went to tee Allele, I found her in tears. "What's the matter, dearest?" I ak-ed- , drawing her to mo and kissing away the tears. "I'm In uwful trouble." "Tell me. Perhaps 1 can help ou." "Why, you know papa put the inonej FUNERAL DIRECTOR for my trousseau In the bank and gavo In Suberbs of Lancaster. nie a check book. When I bad used Office Over National Dank. up thr money t left my pa si book In 16 ACRES, FERULE Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 On its rethe bank to be lialanciil. LANCASTER, KY. turn to me I was delighted tit M'e that 1 still bad more than .'J1 In bank. IMPROVED LAND. Several additional garments I needed made up 711)7. I housht them and gave This tinnll farm lies right nt the City checks for them. This morning tho Limits, is very fertile, well watered D. V. M. clerk at the bunk telephoned me that and has dandy small five roomdwelling. tuy account was uerdrawii J100, und Possession January 1st. Price fl.SOO. this afternoon my milliner accused me Kasy payments. of giving her a check for ?u" on a bank where I bad no money- - Shu D.A.THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGEN'CY. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary but threatened to semi me. to pri-o- n, College. papa satisfied her by giving her nn KENTUCKY. I DANVILLE. other check on bis own bunk. Don't jou think It wits very mean of my bank to treat tuu that way'r" I told her she probably bad not con (.Idcrod ,that nil the checks she hud You to tfet our free catalog on given out had not been preM-ntofor payment when she received her pass book from the bank; but, falling to make her understand the problem, I Kentucky. Lick, agreed with her that the bank bad shamefully. could What treated her have been more refreshing than the Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Wtti l)t The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes G. C. COX. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Manse,Ky J. A. Beazfev John Jt Casey, Veterinary Surgeon. Wanted H. Fruitand ShadeTrftes Shrubs. Grace Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Dah- J PATRiCK, Dentist. Faint SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster. Kentucky. THE FLAG Huts oir GOES BY. Along the street here comes A blare of bugles, n rullle of drums. A Hash of color beneath the sky; Hats oil! The Mag is passing bv! lllue and cnmon nml white it shines. ordereil lines, Over the steel-tippeiiuts otr ( The colors before us lly; , Hut more than the ilng is passing by: Sign of a nation, great und strong To ward her people from foreign wrong; ' Pride und glory and honor, all Live in the colors to stand or full. Hntt oil! Along the street hero comes A Llnre of bugles, u rullle uf drums; I And lojal hearU ure beating higli; lints olU The Hug is passing by! Henry Holconib Dennett, j CAMP LEADERS. "FISK" on your tire is a guarantee that you have the greatest value that it is possible to buy. When you pay dollar-for-dollar more than Fisk prices you pay for something that doesn't exist. Fhtt Ttra Fur Sale By Arcade Garage. Haselden Brothers. Rex Garage Company. jinninm' IMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIlllliTII1IHfflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllVII!n natit at the fraud perpetrated ngalust him that he swore out u warrant for her nrres.t. Her father being absent, I Hsamliitng was sent for posthaste. tho check, I saw that sho had Imitated her father's Ignnture. "Why dlil you do that?" I asked. "Wiry, I thought 1 should wilte It us near like papa would us possible." I settled tho matter by explaining It and gltlng my own cheiU In place of It. When Adcle'a father cumo homo ho received an apology from tlio 'bunk for bating declined to pay tlio check drawn by Ids daughter according to hU directions. Tho clerk bad not known thut n wonittti existed who was not awaro that Imitation of u signature Is forgery and forgery Is n crime. My wlfo and I have been married for ten years, ami I do not regret her stu. pldlty In tluanclal uffulrs. I take euro of such mutters myself, Sho bus all dent of the Kentucky Conference Meth- she can do to look out for tho children. odist Missionary Society, will speak There are many things In ber sphero every day at the morning inspirational about which I am us etupld as sho Is In hour. mine. opportunity can li be obtained than the one given at Cump for coining in touch with prominent workers with young people. Each night, except the nights of the "Welcome Keccption" and of the Pageant, there will be uddresses given. Ono night Miss liclle Dennett, president of the Woman'n Missionary Society, will give ii message full of Aeart throbbing interest. Miss Uessie Combs u returned missionary, will give a talk ubout her work. Dr. Little, of Louisville, well known for his work among tlw negroes, will give u stereopticun lecture. On Sunday some well known inspirational speaker will conduct both morning und evening services. Miss Mury Ora Durham will again bring vividly tJ tlie young peoplo tho appealing message of Christianity tit the Vesper services. 11 r. J, M. Kuquu, of Fort Thomas, will conduct Uible Study classes. Mrs. J. II. Spillmait, presiNot it moru splendid nml blaming tho bank for refusing to stand the difference) 1 regretted that the knot between us had not been tied, depriving me of the privilege of turning In ii couple of hundred uioru to meet the deficiency. Not long nfter this tho telephone bell culled me, nnd 'Adelo poured another trouble out the wire. "Oh. Prank." she moaned, "I hae los-- t JftH" "How did you do that, pet?' "Why, I drew a check for that amount to pay n bill nt O.stcrhauser's. got hold of It and tore It Into bits. I havo nothing left to pay the bill and am ashamed to go to papa for any more money." What ii clmiico for me to makc--u gift to my hweetheart that etiquette forbade! "I'll tell jou what to do, darling. I'll a check for jour give OatcrhaUM-r'bill. We nro to be married so soon that It will be nil right for mo to do so." "Oh, no; I couldn't do that!" "Well, then, ilruw another check for the amount, und 1 will put my name on the back of It." "Will that tlx it nil right?" "Of course. It will." "And you won't be paying the bill?" "Certainly not." This sutUlled her, and she had no more trouble with her llnances uutll n few days lieforo our wedding when hho was threatened with urrest for forgery. This Is how it happened: She had spent oyer SI.'JOO for her tiousseau, and there were ttlll bills outstanding. Her father, being culled out of town, had told her that If any amounts that must be paid came lus during his ubsence she was to draw-cheekfor them In Ids eheek book on his own bank. He would notify the bank that Mie was authorized to sign for him. .Money was needed during hU and Allele drew a check on tho bank, signing her father's name, but not adding to tho signature, "lly Allele." i who presented tho check The was accused of having forged the signature, lie declared that he had leeched It from Adele and was so Inillg i'M Instead ot $,Vm Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. ' Strawberries, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Everythinj! for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts John M. McRoberts. H.F.Hillenmeycr & Sons. Lexington. 1841. Or. Printus Walker. Veterinary Lancaster, - Kentucky. 1010 Surgeon. Kentucky. The undersigned hereby give warn-in- g to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all olTenders to ful Hunters and. law lest extent of Fishermen especially take notice. 11. L- - Klkin Ed & N II Price J. C. Hicsbj. H. C. Arnold. John Tatum. Mrs. K. L. r'razee T. R. Slavin. 11. L. Arnold. K. I Parker. C. M. Moberly. H. M. Leor. S. C. Kigsby. Sirus Daily. Julia Parks We will add other names for Scents POSTED t" Calls answered promptly, day or night. Phone 301. SATISFACTION The big 3j,combination when Insured in Anency 5-1- The D. A. Thomas. Also 0 & 20 Year Farm Loans. cash. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesscth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further ngree to prosecute with dili-- 1 genco all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to uct as Deputy Cumo Wardens for the purpose- of car- rving out this agreement. Kxcept each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our ,'urms or permit it to be done by unother under our supervision, or the supervision of Borne responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November ISth, 1916, U. L. Klkin, J. E. Itobinson, W. H. Drown, Jno. M. Karru. Alex Walker. Iturton. I W. II. T. A. Klkin, Haselden Uros.. V. M. Tinder, J, II Datton, Logan Hubble, 'John H. Smith. (i. M. Deehon. iJ. N. Hoss. H. II. Cox, Kishcr Herring, Hughes Bros, J. W. Swecne, W. M. llahan, Withers Uros. William, Marcus und Jim White. J. 1). Pope. II. V. Wilmot, Mrs. Duvid Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, vV, Elmore, Huffman Uros, T. C. Rankin., Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. Ii. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry. Bright Herring. A. U, ltradsbaw, Scott Huffman R. L. Darker. Win. and Lizzie Onstott. Phone 365-- M JBUCKEYE, KY. t4, - v... HUlT r GiLOSS jI: 1'siriiiir. !k4 r , . i.t'Ti. ,4 en. ;';, t ..! 1 V Mir V u r V J ..' .I I !' . II r il .11 in-t "i . .v. . fie V. t'i I p': i x ' Ill . 111 a l ..t-- I. It ic a rfiv fcHul, II 'i in. .if, i 1 to ' ual ifl 11 will ci.il "?r.m.s .n IbAr.CcdrxC -- siv nmney etM'-"- Stria iI'r-. J. F. Holtzclaw 6 Son. The Central Record, Thursday, June 21, 1917. TheCentral Recoro INCORPORATED. ssued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. Cotttcil Member E. ROBINSON. EorroR. R.L. EI.KIN. Locnl Editor nnd Mgr. u Bceond Ihe l'oit onloo In Lancatter, Kj. Clan Mall Mailer. and Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 21, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements Kor Precinct and Citv Ullicoa ...$ 5. 00 1U.00 "or County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 1S.00 10 Far Call per line 10 For Cards, per line For nil publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per v line 10 Court of Appeals leaves his desk and. goes out through the country, there is something up In politics, they say While It is generally conceded that Mr. Keenan is n very competent clerk and one of the wiso politicians of the state, wo dcubt that democrats will take well tin. voluntary mission of this state ofllccr nnd his political frWls In their slate making tour of this part of the state. Democrats are fully capable of attending to their own affairs, especially in selecting local nominee) for county officers. We think Mr. Keenan could serve both his state and party better and time may prove that he can servo these fellows he would like to have In office better by doing that job at Frankfort to which the people elected him, and permitting, without his interference, the selection of local nominees by the democrats of the respective counties. We are fully nware of the great in fluence he and those hj were with him In this county, have with the democrats of the state, still we think that democrat will likely prefer to at tend to their own local nlfairs. I.OST;-On HONESTY IS STILL THE BEST POLICY Truth Stranger Than Fiction and Spreads Faster. ASK QUALITY? Everyone talks style to young men want it. But style wont last and clothes lose their fit without all-wool THESE TANLAG USERS Jinny person think teitlnmntnlt for advertised medicine nre fake Tan hie li n tonic too Moll Known to Ken tnektnns to need tiny fake testimonial". Writers of T.mhic advertising do not quote people living In other stiitci They slM' joti the names mid iuldrc-- . es of vntir own flleticN. uclilhliop nml neqimimniirex rluht here In the cood old llluc (Jrnss state. Till (lUMTtNenient !mtif it wool to cay for Tmihie. All It due It tho you a list of people rlcht hero In tftl state to whom you may utile for i:trt t mnrs nlxiut Tntilnc. Mnylv know jomo of these: I.l'DI.OW Mr. Wain S.ott. of course you Obituaries, per line 05 the streets of Lancaster, a fraternity pin with Initials "C.K.I). the Reward to finder if left at this office. and fine tail- Wo are authorized to announco following candidates, subject to tin action of the Democratic Primary, jti oring. Thats a big point for August 1917. ' County School Superintendent. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. County Court Clerk. J. 0. BOGIE. JEPTIIA ONSTOTT. J, W. A. DOTY. BRUCE LAWSON. Assessor. E. B. KAY. Magistrate District No. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2 LOGAN ISON. County Attorney.. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. Representative. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. JOYCi: II. I. Wrjdey. DOVKIt J. A. Ilughet. Persons having claims against the .MONTICKM.O .1. it. Phillip. estate of Mrs. A. S. Ilaselden will pre- parahisi: n. -- c slum. sent same to mc properly proven at IMtOVIUKNCi: ilrt. Kiddle Wynn. WINCH KSTKIt .1. T. floolmnn. once. Those knowing themselves in DAWSON Sl'ItlNds-.1- . II. (imHiaker. debted to said estate will please call at PIKUYJIJ.K- - A. P. L'llne. 0. T. Ballard, ALZEY J. Vu Powell. once and settle. Executor. OAKLAND- - Mr. O. A Itlpwctt. PntUYVIM.n-- L. S Wade. CANT.Y-ilt- n. Dorothy Keith. ATTENTION VOTERS KII.COUII-M- . W. CotJr. To The Voters of ISth Senatorial Dis- Tnnlao hat henellteil nil the folks trict: named above, and nil nre rendy to say The report that 1 will withdraw from n good word for It any time. Ask the senatorial race isx false. 1 will them. speak at the court house in Lancaster Tatilac can be Isjnclil hre from It. R Mc You Kobcrti: Taint LlcL. J. X Mcteall. sUntont. at 2 p. m. Monday June 25th. should be interested. Come and hear I'enur'a; Junction City KrjnoIiW A Kian My opponents invited to be pres- Klchmomt, IX. L. Terry sou IiamlUe. John me. ;i:OM:r.TOV.V .limns Snllfrr. NK'llOI.ASVII.I.i: W. II. iMuuliig. PARIS Mr. i:ilza NlelioK ii you neeu lilnsses, have vour eyes CY.Vl'IIIA.VA Mrt. I.on Cumin. tested, nnd your glasses fitted by the llKI.MONT ilrt. tioorto Mllev. Byrne Optical Service, at Kengarlan STKAItNS- A. I.. shrunk. Hotel, Lancaster, June 23th to 30th. I'OUl'KIt V C. ColTej. VCItSAll.l.KS M. II. ItMor. J. J. Byrne. it. ('. I lodge Optometrist nnd Optician, HODCK.NVII.l.i: ritixcirroN i:. i iironn. OPTICAL PREPAREDNESS every one of you. Our young Mens Clothes NOTICE. are all-wo- ol quality, tailor- ed by experts, so the style is in for keeps and incidentally our BELT-BAC- K SUITS are the leading styles for the season. ent. J. R. Mount. S. Well.. SELLS HOGS. Mr. Virgil Gastineau has recently sold to Mr. V. A. Lear, 82 head of hogs that averaged 20C pounds each, at 15 cents a pound. These hogs were all raised by Mr. Gastineau and they brought him the nice sum of $2,CO0. Ho still has nearly 100 which he will WILL DEMONSTRATE J. PIANOS L. BEAZLEY & CO. Ask For Them. Among the modern miracles there is none that alTord more general interest l Copyright Hart Schaffncr Ac J. fatten for fall delivery. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. PURINA CHICK FEED. The virtues of the "Purina Chick Feed" is being literally demonstrated Every man, woman nnd child in Gar- In the window of Curry's grocery this rard county i3 expected to become n week, where about a dozen large, juicy link in the chain of thousands of con- broilers are satiating their hungry aptributors to finance hospital work for petite upon this palatable morsel. We American troops on the European bat- are carrying the advertisement of this tlefields. food and it has grown very popular The hospital and relief work is es- with the poultrymcn of the country, sential to America's representation among the fighting armies of Europe. BOOZE AND GASOLINE. It can be administered properly only if sufficient funds can be procured in this Speeding, booze, gasoline and u fool country. "nigger" hold of the steering wheel President Wilson has set aside this caused an auto mix-uin which no one week ns Red Cross War Fund Week. was hurt, on the Lexington pike last aidEvery person at all interested in Saturday night. Smith Tarrant, a who go that Danville negro, ran Into the car in ing those abroad-tho- se others may stay here will bo given his which Judge Walker, of Lancaster, or her chance to add to the contribu- was returning from Lexington. Carl tions. Reynolds nnd Charles Ilanley happened "I herebv earnestly call", said Mr. along and arrested the negro whom Wilson, "upon all thoso who can con- Judge Walker said was armed. The tribute, great sums or small, to the grand jury being in session. Tarrant disalleviation of the suHcrings and was indicted on the charge of carrying tress which must inevitably arise out concealed a deadly weapon. Jessamine of this fight for humanity and demo- News. cracy, to contribute to tho Red Cross". Subsequently he designated this week PIANO SALE. In these seven us Red Cross Week. n days the sum of $100,000,000, arked for The "Factory to Home" sale of and Sons piano's is advertised in Red Cross work, must.be raised. The whole country will subscribe this issue of the Record, tho sale begin-InSaturday June 2:ird and lasting for magnificently this week to this guarantee of relief to our urmiett und all the ten days'. J. L. Heazley and Company, And it is not of Stanford aro promoting this bu!c, soldiers cf democracy. merely surgeons and nurses, hospitals under the direction of Mr. Frank Buck, fiom the factory, and supplies to our own men and our a representative allies that the Red Cross is to provide. Wilson & Son have been manufacturing It Is to relieve our brother nations in these pianos for tiie past thirty years the war. It is to strengthen. It Is to and their products are recognized and be another line of battle behind the endorsed by the leading musicians of These pianos can be first buttle line. "Second only to the the country. urmy In the work of winning the war," seen in the W. T. West property on said Mr. Roosevelt on Flag Day, "com- Lexington street and they promise to save you from J0 to $1B5 on each put es tho Red Cross." For the Bake of "our own sons, and purchase made during this sale. Read the sons of our allies, who are fighting their advertisement. for all that makes tho world worth living in," Americans will raise the GET THE CHAU The Red Cross millions this week. Red Crofj supplements, succors, and TAUQUA SPIRIT. vitally strengthens tho armies and the navies of liberty. Make Chautauqua week, a week of rest, a week of profit and a week ot Political discussions have been so learning and pleasure. Let every busirare in this county of late that we had ness man in the town close his store almost lost sight of tho fact that our und office in the ufteyioon from two annual primary was to be held the first till four, giving themselves and their Saturday in August, until wo heard of help a chance to get full benefit of tho the visit through this section of the splendid program of vocal and instrustate by one of Kentucky's political mental music, pluys and lectures by barometers. When the clerk of the the best talent that money can buy. p Wil-sog or greater entertainment than the player piano, that remarkable development of the piano makers art which enables anyone to play the best music without knowlege of the instrument. Mr. Buck one of the expert demonstrators of the modern player piano is now in our city and will ulford a rare musical treat to all who yisitthe store of J. L. Beazley and Co. Mr. Buck is u representative of the Wilson & Sons Piano Co., ot Muncie, Indiana. The industry named is recognized far and wide as one of the most enterprising and thoroughly equipped in the American piano business. The instruments manufactured at Muncie possess every possible improvement by which Ihe finest grades of musical expression are made easily possible and their player pianos have ucqulred a distinction which hif mado the name known throughout the entire country. Mr. Buck has made n close study of the jiosaibilities of musical expression by means of the player piano and he is peculiarly equipped, nut only to reproduce the master worke of music but to explain tiie intricate mechanism by which these results ure produced. Player pianus are rapidly taking the place of the old fashioned "silent piano." The piano, unless well played is not u satisfactory musical instrument. Its study exacts years of training; in the end but a small proportion of music students become skillful pianists. On the other bund the wonderful player piano enables anyone, child or adult, to play any music with results equal to those possible to u finished urtist. To a certain extent, u plajer piano may be said to he automatic but, or, the other hand, us constructed by the Wilson & Sons Piano Co., it is equipped with nivalis of expression whichelevute it above the mechanical. Whether the family prefers popular music, or the highest compositions of the masters, the modern player piano meets the requirements with ubsolute perfection and the instrument is us There durable as the old style piano. are, of course, many makes of player pianos, but they diller not only In the quality of the unseen works but in the special features which mark the instru ments of Wilson & bona as superior. Years ago any lover of music would travel miles to listen to such music as Mr. Buck produces upon the Wilson & Sons player piano. And ho Is ready-tmake a practical demonstration by which anyone who visits the store of J. L. Beazley and Co, may himself create the same musical elfects, and with perfect ease, whether educated in music or not. We believe that this is an opportunit) which no music lover of our city should fail to take advantage of. Mars Hart, Schaffner Quality. & Marx $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 JAS. W. SMITH HOUSE OF QUALITY. Indian I .j -.. I LANCASTER. KY. Raised Cotton and Tobacco. T" True and the False. Instruments on an Airplane. i Tho president of n bank, when nkcl The Indian farmer, especially In the Thi liibtniinentx on un iilrplune usii-Southwest, carried the cultivation of ully Include nu nltlmcter, for Indlnit- - by a joung clerl. how lie could distillthe American variety of cotton to mi ing the height; ekxk; ciuiiiukx; rev-- ; giilsh Ihe loiidtcrfelt hills from Indicator, hhoulug tho speed good, nnld "(let fniiillliir nlth the good advanced Mute. Ills culture of tobiic 111, 011 which was based n profitable of tho cnKlne; hpeiihinieter, liidlentlug bills, nml yon will recognize th jujl ,i1iinf itJ linil the nl r speed of the airplane; und pe- - bills m sight," Hi re Is n nst Imlii.tri. fur Itw. ..iirli .... ,..u.-,volume een developed to u IilKli state l em- - trol und oil gnuKes, Indicating the of cenenil wisdom siitntneil uji In a clency. i slide Miitt iicc. uiiiount of fuel In the taiikt. Christian Meruit). n !3 I bother you, call us and we will screen your windows and doors. A complete line of XI X lit JS7 ilt?D 'I 1 I Screen Doors & Screen Cloth We make odd size screen doors & windows I A. H. Bastin & Son Contractors dealers and in I 11 dumber and Siding Vlatcrial. The Central Record, Thursday, June 21, 1917. Mrs. Cornie Clay of Richmond King relatives here. Mrs. John btormes entertained six o'clock dinner, Tuesday. Is vis at a Enlist Now Why not enlist and join our army of customers, who are being satisfied by being able to get the highest class. Merchandise at reasonable prices and receiving the very best attention and service. GET IN THE HABIT OF DOING YOU SHOPPING AT ' Mrs. May 1 luetic Moland left Tues day furn three weeks visit to Louisville Miss Ruth Hum is with Miss Helen (lulley and lloorge Lawsnn for Chau- - tauiuu. Miss weijk-tnd Florence in JohnsotKTiicnt the Lexington with Miss Kdna lierkele. .Mrs. Emma Hlgginlmtham has returned homi! after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Tray lor. Miss Almeter Whitlen has returned from n visit to lier grandmother in Georgetown. Mrs. J. J. Thompson of Prenchers-vill- e, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hayden Iavell. Miss Lillie Jones lias returned from Danvillo where tho was the guest of Airs. Dave Dunn. Miss Delhi Hice Hughes is in ford, the attractive gueSt of her Mrs. J. W. Acey. WHO RED CROSS HAVE HELPED WORKERS Joseph's The one price store who handles everything in Ladies Apparel and Corsets. Wearing MAKE THE LOCAL CHAPTER A SUCCESS. Mrs. Charles Kankiu And eon, Charles J r, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hen The above picture was taken by Mr. Shirley Estes on registration day, Humm in Somerset. when nearly five hundtcd new members were added to the local chapter. There were more than twenty-liv- e Miss I'orter Scott Hudson of Danville faithful workers on this day and all is visiting her aunt. Mrs. V. A. Far-na- did plcndd w6rk. They hope to have 1,000 members In the near future, as interest in the work is growing daily. for Chautauqua. Those in the picture from left to right are: Misses Annie Margaret Misses I.ucia and Allie Mae- - ThompElkin, Sue Shelby Mason, Helen Gill, Chairman, Joan Mount, Martha Tinder son art-- pleasant guests of their sister, and Dr. W. A Wheeler. Mrs. Huyden i lcavell. Aliss lona Dunn, who has been visiting in Lawrenceburg for the past month will return home this week. E. Hughes and Judge Homer liatson. Hoth hae made enviable names for themselves in tho Fnll'.i City as well as Mrs. Ann Kobinson was hostess Tucs-'da- y accumulating their share of this worlds to Alesdames Kllen Owsley, Will goods. Anderson and Mrs. Chenault. PERKINS-PHILLIPS ( Suits, Coats, Silks, 'Rugs, Dresses, Shoes, Woolens, Carpets, Cotton Fabrics, Mattings, Notions, Draperies. Gossip About People NJN THE BEST MARE OF IMPLEMENTS ON THE MARKET. of unusual interest to, Mrs. Kella Hemphill, of Nicholasville their friends both in this countv and arrived this week and will be the guest Lincoln wns the marriage of Hiss Cora for several weeks of Mrs. Kella Fran- - Perkins, of this county to Mr. Frank Phillips, of Stanfprd The happy coup,cis. le took the early morning train for Misses Mildred Spalding and Althairc Louisville Wedned'iv morning nrd were Mattingly have returned to Lebanon married in that city last i.ight j after a visit to Miss Annie Margaret Tho bride is the lovely and attractive Elkin. daughter of Mrs. Emma Daniel- - and is I Miss Mildred Eubanka of Howling exceedingly popular in this county. Mr. j Green, and Messrs George and Tom Phillips is the junior member of the Walker were the guests of Miss Joan firm of Phillips and Phillips, of Stanford and is u splendid young business man.. Mount. On their return trom n short bridal trip .i . . t .mas r.mmu noner 01 Louisville, is they will be at home to their fiiends in A Miss Mary May Walker wns u recent .guest of Miss Minnie May Kobinson, at her country home "Maples". COM and get a bargain in all wedding TRIMMED HATS We have marked our $5.00 Hats S3.50 down the attractive Chautauqua guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and Mr. Adolph Stanford. Joseph. Mrs. Kichard Uuckner Spindle and ENJOYABLE DANCE. . $10. John Deere Binder $145.00. John Deere Cultivator $33.00 Oliver Cultivator $3 .50. Walking Cultivator $ 5.00. 1 I J. R MOUNT & CO. Deal 'rh Square House DEE E EEIE The young people of this and adjoin- - i little daughter. Marjorie, are with Mr. A nril Mention of the Comlni and and Mrs. K. E. McKoberts for the ing towns indulged in the terpsichorean Oo.'nsi lyThoit Wt Art Inttrrilcd In. art at the city club room Friday night, j bumnier. Ideal weather, good music, pretty girls, Little Miss Gladys Moore of Lexingand gallant beaux were all that was Mrs. ('. II. Dobvns. of Danville, is ton. is again the popular guest of her necessary for an evenings enjoyment, t father, Mr. K. S. Moore, at the Sinm- visiting Mrs. J. E. Kobinion. out of town young ladies son House. s Among thehere were; Misses Mattinglj, Mrs. IJIIen Onsley has returned from who were a visit to .Mrs Dave Dunn of Danvill. (Jeorge Kobinson, W. H. It'rewer and Spalding of Lebanon, and' Hurtoii Cornie Clay and Miss Edna Misses .Margaret Harding, Lucile MitMiss Irfna Hnglit spent teveral days to Le.ington chell, Mary Kodfs and Mollie Worthing-to'- i m nanvnie last week the guest of Mrs. Kavanaugh motored Tuesday for the day. , s Hats down to $7.50 and have made cuts on all ready to wears and shapes, for cash only. See for yourself. Dave Dunn. of Danville, Misses Duncan Fos-- i jV M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. t I (Mice fi. Kesidenee 37t!, LANCASTER, 3ME KENTUCKY. yyy 3C The question has often been asked. How about THE HUPMOBILE AND Mr. t). It. Carpenter returned SunMiss Margaret Cook is visiting Misses Hope (hardener and Beatrice Jefferson day fiom Ked Kock Okla, where he was called by the illness of his brother, in I,ouisville. who is now improving. Alls Virginia Widdie, of Moreland is Miss Lidia Elmore is at home for The the attractive guest of Miss Annie summer after u stay of several months I Idle Dullard. in Indianapolis where the is teaching Mrs. John M. Kurra has returned in the school for the deaf. from Martinsville and Covington much Miss Allie Arnold arrived from improved in health. I'ittslurg, I'a., where she had been! Mr. Ernest C. Kav, of Decatur, III., teaching in the school for the dtaf, is visiting his grand-motheAirs. J. A. She will remain during the summer. June? and daughters. Messrs Charlie Sanders, Clay Miller, Alesdames J. A. Kowhiml and E. H Iiowman (irant, Goodwin Elkin, Zan Smith are visiting their parents. .Mr. Kobinson, and Kobert N'olund left last and Mrs. Solan Henry. Sunday to work nt Akron Ohio, Miss Sarah Letcher llrewer, of LebMiss Murgaret Morrow, a popular anon was here for the dance the guest und ellicient teacher in the IX and D. of Aliss Margaret Cook. College, at Columbus Ohio, is here for Alisses Josephine English and Eugene,"'1' summer vacation witli her parents. Dudley, or Kichmond, are hero visiting Air. and Airs. E. W. .Morrow. .Miss Elizabeth Dudley, will regret to learn Friend ter, Datheridge and Elath Iiuehanon of Kichmond. Quite a number of young men from the adjoining towns were also here, which made it one of the most pleasant small dances of this sea-- l son. A delightful lunch was served at ' the "Puritan" which looked very gay and festive decorated in red, white and blue with crimson rambler roses on each table us a centerpiece. Bella Arnold Francis Public Square hre of DODGE BROS CAR Ask the following home people who have bough these Cars this Spring, and who are getting perfect satisfaction from them. Mr Swinebroad, Hupp, Mr Stapp, Hupp, Hupp, Mr Cress, Hupp, Mr Dalton, Hupp, Mr King, Hupp, Mr House, Hupp, Mr Rubel, Hupp. Mr Thompson, Mr Elmore, Dodge, Mr Sutton, Dodge, Mr Herring, Dodge, Mr Smith, Dodge, Mr Tuggle, Dodge, Mr Rubel, Dodge, Misses Fannie and Bettle West, Dodge. Phone us, we will be pleased to show you. Mrs. J. O. Collings and .Mrs. Kettle the illness of Air. Kobert E. Hatfield of it. bniitli spent feundav in Danville, as Danville, who lias been sulTcring with guests of Miss Hattie Hums. heart trouble, for the past two weeks, Airs. John .Mount and handsome little and we wiih for him u speedy recovery. son. John AlcKoberts Jr. of Atlanta, Muster (iayle Doty is visiting Air." are with Mr. and Airs. J. K. Mount. Fleece Kobinson in Macon, Ga. Keforc leaving for the south Master Gayle .Mr. und .Mrs. W. A. Speilli are en-jing the summer on u farm near Em- proved his patriotism by putting his earnings and savings into u Liberty inence Ky, known as Pinu Purk Place. lloud. Aliss Mable (ianstiue, of lndiunn, anil Little Alisses Charlotte und Judith Mrs. Cyrus Easi of Salvisa, are here visiting friends and relatives in the Smith of Danville, nro pleasant visitors county. to friends in this city. The former the Air. Tom Walker, Air and' Airs. T. Al. guest of Mrs. Saulley Hughes, the latWilson of Howling Green motored from ter the guest of Misses Alary and Jane that city In Tom's car and are in our Doty. j Ths Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested, ! Glasses Fitted. RIMS 18 Years Experience. HYears in Central Ky. LATENT STYLES IN SIIELTEX & ZOLONITE midst for a few days. One of tho most enjoyable parties of Alisses Dorsey Lee Henry, Alary the season was a Storai Party given at Kowlar.d, Anna May Smith and Master the home of Aliss Anglo Ilourne on last Kobert Smith uro visiting their grand Saturday evening in honor of Air. Aladison Cooper of Wisconsin. There parents, Air. and Airs. Solon Henry. Will be at KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER Arcade Garage KINNAIKD Go. "Kott" Haselden the "pro-moteAirs. Lula Johnson entertained at un and "land seller" is here shaking hands with friends, he has just elegant family dirilng In honor of her closed a successful salo of lots at Leb- nephew and his bride, Air, Simmons of anon. Florida. Mr. and Airs. Kichard New-lan- d of Stanford, and Air. and Airs. Airs, and Mrs. Hunter Irvine, Mr. and Airs. George Harris and Miss Lena Arnold of Kichmond were also with her. Air. Jom were about seventy-liv- e present. , JUNE 25th to 30th. Optometrist, J. J. BYRNE, I Employ no Agents. BROS., Managers. trom Louisville and We were indeed proud when in Louisspent the week-enwith Judge and ville last week to hear compliments on Mrs. E. H. Harris., all Bides of two Lancaster boys, Kobert Irvine motored d .... Optician. The Central Record, Thursday. June 21, 1917. r i 'V NEW CASH STORE I have bought the H.D. Lee stock of goods located in the Record building one door from 1 POULTRY AND EGGS RATION FOR LAYING II I ll the square. We have closed our cnndy kitchen on Lexington merged It with our New Store. St. urn! We thank you for pnst business nnd cordially Invite you to coll on us at our new location where we nre able to serve you better. Yours for business, HENS. J4o J Tobacco and Hemp will Cxptrimtnlt Provo That Whsat Is ! 1 i Essential to Egg Production. Willi wheat so high, poultryineti will bp Interested to lenru Hint on the t'nlt-r- d not grow to maturity I COY S. SANDERS DCZDIZZD 31 IE I States department of agriculture experiment farm excellent egg laying results were secured with n whentle to ration. Thirty Leghorn pullet which ttil rntlnn linn lieen fed for one yenr produced nil aer-ng- o of 147.3 eggs jier hen for the pullet yenr. This compare favorably with PRC yields secured on other ration containing wheat nml therefore inori expensive. This pen. moreover, during the first sixteen weeks of Its second nml onc-linl- f should get in its work. Your years work may be lost from a single black cloud and IF HAIL & AGENTS. D i Nnnnally's Candies. . Ice Cream mm 30 The open rait used In the hen yard to water tlio fowls Is n foolish and bungling method. Chicken, nre frequently drowned by ratlins Into the bucket. Use a fountain that feeds from the lottom. minutes. We stand ready to protect you and the charge is very small. in five I'arlor. Kemper GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. John Milton llurton is very ill. Woods macy clerk at the Lincoln Pharmacy. Mrs. (Jeorge I'. Maury and little daughter, Eleanor, of Mineral Wells, Texas, are guests of tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mnnefee. Mrs, (Jrover C. Hose joireil her husband nt Eau tiallie, Florida this week, after standing several we. ks here with her mother, Mrs llelle 1'erkins. Mrs. U E Carpenter and little son. Jack Carpenter, have returned to their home nt Philadelphia, I'a., nfler n Vl.it tnber parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. mm mrW W mf WW ar-- m Paint Lick, Kentucky. JTwicethgweighl NUNNALLY'S Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. Peach, Tutti Fruitti, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla. Meal Served Any Honr l, Telephone Wx. 3C O. KING, C No 202. Proprietor. 3C 3C FARMERS ATTENTION We are now in the market to buy your old com. See us before you sell. We will pay you the best market price. Walker, Lee & Hicks. M383iS3 CX)M2it WffliM OMQiSM1 CONCRETE WORK Let Me Figure With You On Your i Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE J. WM&M N. TRIMBLE Contractor. LANCASTER, Ky. Telephone 192. Mrs. Tom Dailey continues ill of March. dropsy, To grow quicMy,your chicks inuit The same ubcatlcss ration ha been luc tomctliing beiiJci grain. Mrs. A'lec Maleur has been ill with since last November to n len of Smnllpox. fed pullets, which have Unit Orpington Mr. nnd Mrs. Tallou May were ,n eggs per hen In twen laid fifty-thre- e nj;.p!ix the elements in which ty weeks nnd hold the highest egg rec Madison Saturday. grsm li dciicirM ord of any of the large feeding iens of Mr. E. II. Chandler purchased a horse makes Imnt. blood. pullets nt the farm this year. Two from Mr. John Land. ' (cithcri, i.crre i,txi other pens, however, nre less than one lean meat. When fed Miss Jessie II. Hay is in Lancaster n as directed, witli egg per hen behtnd this pen. lYri-- .i Chick Feed. i Tho ration used wn ns follows: guest of Miss Marie Italian). we Guarantee Scratch mixture, two pounds of crackMiss I.ida Mae Kay has been her a DOUBLE ed corn and one pound of oats; dry guest of Miss Jessie li. II a V. DEVELOPMENT mash, three pound of comment and Mls Marie has ley of Lexington has OK MONEY BACK one pound of beef scrap. been the guest of relatives here. Tho scrap mixture was fed sparing Wi rcctgl ftrhJck'clltc. Miss Sallie Lnn Naylor of Mt. Hebron ly so that the hens ate about equal In ebeclcrUM tact parts of this mixture and of the dry ii here the guest of Miss Inez Land. mash. The total grain consumption of A daughter urnved nt the home of pounds, Mr. feed for the year wn fifty-twand Mrs. Joe De Hoe, June 1'Jth. pound twenty-si- x was of which Miss Alice Jones of Artumua is here Throughout the J ear scratch mixture. It took 1.(1 pounds of feed to product) organizing a music class for the summer. a dozen eggs. This scratch mixture, with wheat Mrs. T. M. Stevens of Stearns is exS2.57, cracked corn $1.3.1 nnd rats 70 pected Friday for a visit to Miss Zulu cents per bushel. 1 19 cents per 100 Calico. pounds cheaper ,than tho regular mixFor Sale by Miss Stella May has returned to her ture of equal parts cracked corn, wheat nnd oats. Another mash, which home at Wilmore after n visit with relatives here. Is alight ly cheaper than this one, I made of 1 per cent each bran nnd mid Mr. und Mrs. 1). Fathergill nr.d childdlings, "0 per cent beef scrap and CO ren and Mrs. Heinz visited near LexSTANFORD per cent cornmeal. ington Sunday. If tho wheat Is omitted from tho ra Miss Blanche VanDeveer Is lieu for A series of meetings will begin at tion It Is very essential to feed n con the Methodist Churcli here on Saturday the zummcr. In siderable proportion of beef .Mrs. W. It. Itice, of liuisville is the tho mash, but with present price beef evening at 7:15. scrap Is ono of tho cheapest iwiltry Mr. und Mrs. Wulton nnd Miss Maude guest of Mrs. Susan U. Yeager. feeds, considering Its high protein Mrs. Alice ValfArsdale. of Louisville, Walton of Murksburry were guests of are here with relatives and friend.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dailey. These experiments, the specialists Lee 1'erkins is at Enufialhe, Florida Mr. und Mrs. I'owell Dailey, Miss say, prove that wheat Is not essential with In sister, Mrs. Crover C. Hose. In an egg laying ration and that excel- Hert Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Y. Carson have lent results ein bo secured by using Dailey und children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dailey Sunday. returned to this city after their bridal corn nnd oat. ns a scratch mixture provided this Is foil with a good mash Mr. and Mrs. James Land, Mr. und trip. containing 25 per cent beef scrap. Miss Marie Kincaid of Louisville, is Mrs. Irvine Simpson, Mr. Coy Price und daughter llattie II. were guests of the guest of Miss Anne Davis Mclioh-erts- . HEN RAISED CHICKS. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis Sunday. Miss Margaret Shanks is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. John Land und Misses Mother Should Care For tho Brood as Pauline Hoss and Lenna I lotion motor- uunt, Mrs. II. Kirbv Hourne, at New Long as She Will Do So. Caitle. They When chicks are raised In the nat ed lo Richmond Wednesday. Mrs, Hussell I'. Ilrnwii of Liberty, ural way with hens fewer mistakes arc weru'guests of Mr. Jerry lliggina and hull been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. K. liable to be made In llio care of the the Misses lliggina on Richmond pike J. Ilrown. chicks. Still, early In the season, when at u six oclo:k dinner Wednesday eveMrs. Wen. Luckey ami sons, of Kirk-woo- d there Is much bad weather, too much ning. Mo, are the guests of J. C. Hxil- must not bo left to the Inn. because Mr. und Mrs John Land, Miss Lenna ey u.id family. she cannot supply nil the cure that Is Hallon and Muster James It. Price acMrs. (Iorg 1'. Deborde is the guest needed. Many early hen hatched ehliks lire lust through failure to give them companied Miss I'uuline Iioss to her of Misses Sallie and llettie Dellorde ut sullalilo quarters where they will have home at Mays Lick in Mason county, Crab Orchard. leuty of room und can tnko inlvan Friday und were guests of Mrs. T. 11. Clintor Coleman left this week lor to of tho sunshine. Small chicks are Iioss und Misses I'auline and Elizabeth the University f Virginia, to take u far better off Indoors when tho weath Hoss until Sunday. summer course. er is not pleasant, Later on In the Miss Ku tli L. Itay, who is a successMisses llettie nnd Kiln Wurreu have season or when the thick tire of some size running outside will o linlgorat-Ing- , ful teacher in Illinois will go to liowiing returned homo from Couneil Mull", lu but It Is best to wml; on the safe (Inen for u Summer course afterwhich for the summer. ah will return here for a visit to her aide nt nil times nnd take no chance. Mesdames C. E. Tuto ami S. S. Em- parents Mr. und Mrs. Mike Hay und bry lire visiting relatives und friends in of chilling the chicks. Sometimes the chicks from two her rister Mrs. Curdeha Davis before ivansas iity, oiu hatches nre given to one hen for rals- - returning to her work in Illinois. Miss Jennie Newland has returned nnd thlii works nicely in warm A number of young folks were enter lifter u visit to her sister, Mi. Alfred weather, but do not try It until after huds at Anchoruge. the 1st of May, because In cool woath- - tained by Miss Lemtu Hallon in honor r cue hen cannot cover more than fif of her guest Miss I'uuline Hoss of Miss Murthu MrClury, who has been teen chlckr right, nnd quite early In Muys Lick, on Thursday evening. teaching ut Wilkinsburg, I'a., is at tho eeasun ten chicks aru all u hen cnu Among the guests were Miss Mayme home for the summer, look after. Crutchfield of Nicholusville; Miss Mar Mr. and Mrs. F. T. lluike of Junction Let tho mother hen enro for early tha Wellington Curtis of Mt. Hebron, City. Iiuvu been the guests of her sis chicks Just us long ns blio will do ho. und Mr. Frank Conn of Muysville. Iced ter, llrs. A. T. Truylor. nnd until tho chicks nro well feathered Icmonude nnd ctke were served by Miss Misses Sallie llurdette and Katie lniTO soma mean of protecting them Lynn Wood are at the Richmond Noron cool nights. Tho proper ventilation es Itoss und Hullon. mal for a summer course. ot their Iiouso or coop, however, must always bo watched carefully. Mr. and Mrs Logan McCall and Miss Chicks must bo made to cxcrclso free Sarah llunu spsnt Sunday ut Marut-bur- g ly at all times, nnd, except when there with relatives und friends. a good range, a portion of the feed Mrs. It. A. Anbury, ot Chattanooga, should bo given In a Utter. Tenn., is tho guest of her sisters, Miss A few drops la tho drinking water cures es Jennie and Chat lo tie Warren. Worms In Poultry. k inarrorentswhiui Thcro aro eouio forty species of poul Col. S. T. Harris has returned homo ultrruoct. coolers and other cmcK bolll" make dUeawa. Una try worms. If yours, have undcrtuken At drug, after spending several weeks ut MarIS vallons ot Aiodlclno. to feed any ot this lot try doses ot Valu irl.ta cir l mall oojtuald. roquoaU tinsville und French Lick Springs. abloioullrr buok two on turpentine and olive oil, half and half. HtUM KMII M.. UUafM ft. Mrs. L. Heeler, ot Louisville, has this docs not effect a euro try pure It Joined her husband here, who is phar turpentine, ono to three tcaspoontuls. Sold by R. E. McRoberts. yenr has nveraceil 28.5 eggs per hen. 17.5 eggs per hen being produced In avsixweeKS. r Purina Chicken Chowder Mm Menefee. tI OHJ All Dealers. Lincoln county at usunl did her part in the diurnal of the Liberty llonds. The npportionmer.t for this county was gllHl.liOO ami she took $101, Too. Much credit is due the two local bank in their work in disposing of these bonds. Hev. Howard J. Ilrazelton, new pastor of the Christian church was given a most cordial welcome here Sunday evening, when all the minister anil their members came to the Christian churrli ami participated in a welcome Hev. Ilrazelton L indeed a service. very plea. ant aker und Is being given a cordial welcome. His family will arrive later. Mrs. Maggie M. Dunn dim. at her home in the West End Sunday morning at an early, houe aftor a long illness. She wa SI years old ami will be greatly mls.ed in the community in which she lived. Funeral services were Conducted at her late home Monday afternoon by Hev. A. II. llaugh followed by interment in the llu jtonvillu cemetery. Mr. Stewart Carson of this city, an Miss Johnnie Azbell of Kichmond, were married ut her home on Friday evening in the presence of a few friends. They left immediately ufter the ceremony for a short trip and returned to this city Monday night to make their The bride is n very future home. charming young lady' of Richmond and hus many friends here where she has often visited. Mr. Carson i the oldest sou of Mr. nml Mrs, W, A. Curson and is a promising young business man. Why Suffer? Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Y. Va., writes: ly d. ujiter y. . . .t S! ti'.d not turn i;i bed . . . Ihc jc iloct'fspve !icrup,:ttd v.o brou,"!it Iter to S'io l:;U full ",--r d to truth, at t me. Hav-- i. i; ltr;rd of Csrdui, we Cie. ... KCtitforhcr." WOiliU ia's Tonic OneDrop eurknPul4ryRmr jTIiuvi AI'F.S Cardul "In a few days, flic began to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, ''and lud no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and w c sine Its praises everywhere." We receive many thousands ol similar letters every year, telling ol Iho nood Cardul lias done for women who sulfer from complaints so common to incur sex. ii anouiu ao you coou, too. Try E-- The Central Record, Thursday, June 21, , 1 9 7. 1 TEN DAYS FACTORY TO HOME SALE OP Wilson&Sons SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, JUNE 23, IN THE WEST BLOCK, NORTH WEST' CORNER OF SQUARE, LANCASTER. PIANOS. I and finish, Stock consists of one car load Pianos and Player Pianos in the latest-style- s which will be sold at factory prices. This is not a money making sale, it is a introductory sale through J. L. BEAZLEY C& CO., by the factory to accomplish in ten days i that which under ordinary methods require months, nameiy to establish the name and merit of the beautiful tone WILSON & SONS PIANOS, made in Muncie, Indiana, in. a way that No scheme. Just a plain business proposition. it will become a household word. co-operati- ve Who Are Wilson & Sons? Music In The Home containing music Is an evidence of refinement and education, the home is always the most attractive. P They have been makers of pianos f6r over thirty years, whose products are recognized and indorsed by the best musicians everywhere as having no superior. I WHY THIS PLAN? OUR PLAYER PIANOS have no equal, a child five years old can operate them. They are so constructed that you can with our instruction rendered any selection as artisticly as the original composer. It is the most perfect Player Piano made, it is reliable. Yon are Invited to oor daily demonstration by our factory representative Mr. Buck who will explain every detail. I It has long been the custom of manufacturers to spend vast fortunes in periodicals and magazines to acquaint the public with their wares. Such expense must be added to the cost of the article to be sold and the last buyer must pay the bill. WE ELIMINATE that expense by going direct to you through our representative with our goods, thus enabling the prospective buyer local to secure a comprehensive knowledge or the pianos in every particular. RESULTING in a positive saving on the first lot sold at from $60. to $125. on each purchase. It is an opportunity in which people can afford to and will come a long way to take advantage of. Fifteen of these beautiful pianos were sold to leading citizens in Stanford I ( I I I Convenient Terms will be given those who do not wish to pay cash. All goods sold at absolutely one price, reasonable allowance for your old instrument. Store open evenings Sale lasts ten days come while the stock is complete. J. L. BEAZLEY & CO. Frank Buck, Factory Representative in Charge. Creech spent Sunday with Mr Robert Anderson. Mr. J. N. Allen and daughters Miss Kate and Ef fie of Illinois are the guests of relatives here. Master Carl Conn is the guest of hts grand-parentMr. and Mrs. R. K. Conn of Lancaster. Miss Allie Creech Mr. Willie Rhopis Mies Bailie Anderson Mr. Otto Rowling were In Herea Saturday. Come and see the Wonder Washing Machine demonstration Wednesday June 27, 1917, cne given away. Conn Rros, live and let live folks. Mrs. Floyd McCarty and little daughter Jennie Lee spent Saturday with her brother Mr. 11. P. Conn. "We will buy or store your Wheat, Rye, Harley. Highest market price. Plenty of sacks. Hudson, Hughes & I I r por l:) Sale Any Size Farms 1 I i 2 COY Squire Whittaker has been quite sick. Sunday is the regular preaching day at Scotts Fork. Miss Alberta Speaks is visiting her grandmother Mrs. NanMoberlv. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were the truest at Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles Sunday. Mr. Elijah McMillian and wire were recent'y visitors of Mr. Porter Waren and family of Taint Lick. Kenn-mbe- r CANDIDATES ARE WARNED OF THE NEW "CORRUPT PRAT1CE ACT" It is highly important for candidates for office in Kentucky to familiarize themselves with the provisions of the "Corrupt Practice Act," passed by the Legislature of 1916, some of the most important sections of which I I I I (!) If you wish to GET ON A FARM, invest in, Remarkable Values Moderate In Price Shown To Buyers sell'or exchange, i f 30 I any GET BUSY. I I Mr. W. U. Montgomery and family OR 300 fGR&S I location, adaptation or improvements consult the D. A. Thomas Real Estate AGENCY, of Lancaster were with Mr. and Mrs. Whituker and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hankers of iii Danville were with her Grandmother Mrs. Mary H. Preston for the week-enMr. and Mrs. Elijah McMellian also Miss Peachie Mue Sanders enjoyed the rarnuu. day very pleasantly at Mr. John Hays Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn and little hum ay. daughter Uniss Patterson of Richmond Miss Peachie Mae Sanders was the Mrs. Floyd McCarty and daughter Miss visitor of Miss Ituth llroadus of Lan Jennie Lee of Danville Mr. and Mrs i!) caster the past week and attended the Lewis Anderson of Herea Mrs. R. K. commencement exercises. Conn Mr. Will Conn of Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson and child- Mr. and Mrs. John Roserts were the ren, Mrs. Maude Femby of Nicholasville pleasent gucstsof Mrs. W. P. Anderson mid Mr. Nonnan Grow of Hrynntsville and family on Sunday, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mober-l- y Sunday. , are as follows: must be filed In case of a primary, and with the chairman of the board authorized to issne the certificate of election after a final eletion, or with the Secretary of State when nomination is made by caucus or convention for officers of or other thing of value, either directly the state at large, or far districts largor indirectly, or to agree or enter into er than one county, and with the County any contract with any corporation, as- Clerk in all other cases, a statement . sociation or person to vote for or sup- in writing, which statement shall be port any particular thing or measure in subscribed and sworn to by such candiconsideration ot the vote or support, date and which shall set forth in detail moral or financial, of any such corpor- all sums of money, or other thing of ation, association or person, and it shall value, contributed, disbursed, expended bo unlawful for any corporation, assso- - or promised by him, and to the best of ciation or person to demand that any his knowledge and belief, by any person candidate for otlice shall promisoragree in his behalf, wholly or in part, endev- in advance or shall make fny contract, oring to secure his nomination or elect oral or written, to support any particu- ion to such office or place; and also lar individual, thing or measure, in con' sums of money contributed, disbursed, sideration for the vote or support, finan- expended or promised uy him in support cial or moral, of such corporation, or and in connection with the nomination person, in any election, primary or or election of any other person at such nominating conventions.butno expend! election, primary or nominating conven ture made by any candidate, or others tion, and showing the dates when, the for him, for the purpose of employing persons to whom, and the purpose for and paying clerks and stenographers or which all such sums were paid, expend for printing and advertising, or in se- ed or promised. Said statement shall curing suitable halls for public speaking be set forth In detail each item of conor suitable headquarters, stationery and tribution or expenditure, and he shall, stamps, or actual truveling expenses, before some officer iiualifled to adminisshall be deemed illegal, and any person ter oaths, subscribe and tile with said corporation or company violating this statement tho following oath: (His section shall be lined In any sum not to affidavit.) exceed $5,000, or be Imprisoned in the "Section 7. No officer or board aucounty jail not to exceed six months, thorized by law to issue certificates of both. or election or nomination shall issue any "Section 4. Any person who shall be such certificates to any person until the any caucus or cona candidate before statements required by this act shall vention, or any final election for any have been made and (lied, as required. state, city, county, town, municipal or "Section 10. Said statement!, when distsict office, shall on the fltteenth day before the date for making such nomi filed a required by this act, shall at all nation, and also on the fifteenth day be times be open to public inspection and fore the final election, file with the copies thereof may be obtained by any officer with whom his nomination papers person desiring tame," 'Section 3. It shall be unlawful for any person, who is a candidate lor nomination or election for any state, county, city, town, municipal or district office, to expend, pay, promise, loan or become pecuniarily liable in any way for money LOWELL Wash Away Skin Sores Miss Cora H. Hurte spent several days in Lancaster the past week. Mr and Mrs M. G. Lee and Miss Vir- gie. were in Lancaster tor tne W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and 18. Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollke Flume Residence Phone 33. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Ml Occasions. Phones 339-- F Mr Morrow Moore of Williamsburg is the guest of his brother, Mr trunk Moore. Mrs. Joe lixaln and children were visitors of Mrs. R. C. Ileum at Level Green Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Frank Hurte and baby visited Mr and Mrs Edd Ilulett, the latter part of the week. Mrs J. W. Anglin and daughter. Miss Lucia, were the guests of relatives In Richmond, Thursday. For 15 Years Mrs. J. N. Hicks and little daughter the Standard Thelma spent the past week with friends Skla Remedy anu reiuiives ui iimure iy. R. E. Mcltoberts. Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Eugene Royle und sister Mis Helen are spending their vacation with MAjNSE. their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Richard llrown, near Lancaster week end Mrs. P. G. Gooch was the We will buy or store your Wheat, guest of her mother. Rye. or Barley. Highest market price. and Mrs. Arch Thompson spent Mr. Plenty of sacks. Hudson, Hughes & Sunday with home folks larnau. mnnr n!Trrr of skin illwa'O To tl I. !.. IH liquid nath, hai hcruim :t kouthold word. They turn It 1 MUM. und tin"' roil depend on It, they do ti"t Lerdtato to rrroiniueml It to their nelc1'.-tKi- r. It tin proved ittelf a remarkable 't lleteraa. H l a remedy tor nil form to tho mot rormliido that l linrmle iWlonle fkln. but nil It l inVctive nn.l ufferer If nn are quirk In notion. from kln diease. Indudtni: uleern, M'.ili'x. triut nr lletenm In any form, thla reiuedr will not dliiolut jou. It liaa Hood the lot nn.l today U I be master rrrimrnllon for alt kln dleaw. t'mne In today und ak alwut our nicf-ante- e nliout 1). I). U. on 1. I. I. .M buap, ttat keeps tun tk.u uvaitny. Ti. D.D.D. or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Mr. Ray Creech spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at Nina Ky Mrs. W. P, Rogera and neice spent Saturday with her sitter Mrs. John Allen. Mr. Woodson Bowling and Mr. Edgar Mrs, J. H. Davis entertained the following guetti "at dinner" Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John ludor and children, Mrs. S. V. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lee, Mrs. Lena Drown and little son, and Miss Emma Kinnalrd. The Central Record, Thursday, June 2 flMIU 1 , 1917. v UNI) IT IN THIS COLUMN) PAINT LICK Muster Itufas Itrown tives in Sprir.ittlclil.' l visiting rela- WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE OUR KOK 2l-2- t SAI.K:-Hup- py Hnrm-- . ri OS Ellin, t'aii.t Uek. Ky. We will biy or tore jour Wheat, Rye. Harlew Hik'"" market price. Plenty ot sacks. Hudson, lluhe & Knrnau. boii.e recently FOR ItHNT.-T- he occupied by Mrs. Susan KMier for rent till Nov., 1st. Hsber llerrinu' Lancaster, or Crab Orchard. iCy, It. It 2 SEE I!. S. MOOKK FOR HOUSE PAINTING & CHAINING A SPKC- I A LTV. CALL 25. V. J. ROMANS vacation. CARRIAGK SHOP. Mr. ami Mrs. Mid P.oss were in Rich-moi.- d FOR SALE One ridinir anil one Thursday for the Elks observaI walkinc cultivator, pood as new, will tion of Flag Day. sell cheap. J. I?. Woods, Mrs. John Bright and daughter, oft Paint Lick. Ky. Stanford, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. M. K. Ross has returned from a " business trip U Cincinnati. Mr. Everett Winhurn was 11 visitor in Richmond the past week. Irs, WmiiU Walker spoilt stveral dijs in Louisville the past week. Mrs. Adella Woods, of Stanford, is! the j;uest of Mrs. II. L Wallace. Miss Ilessie Kstelle Stone of Richmond is the curst of Miss Louise White. ' Mrs. Mary Galloway of Lexington is, with her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. W. C. I ' Fish. Miss lless White, who has been' teaching in Covington Is at home for Two Weeks Rug Sale Now In Progress. , In making 11 this announcement we wish to state that we are plac- 11 1 Hurdettifltamsey. Master Saulley Hughes of Lancaster, is visiting ins grandparents, Mr. and At bargain if taken before July 1st. Mrs. J. L. Francis. Five rooms, hall, two porches, large Miss Margaret Francis who has been shady yard, south side Danville street in Middleshoro for several months reat city limits. Call at Recird office turned home Thursday. 6 21 2t. Mr. and Mrs. 1!. C. Guyn have reLOOK! turned home after a fow days visit . For (Ulck sale I oiler one l)eerinj with relatives in Jessamine Dr. W. L Carmaii( left Friday for binder, one McCormack Mower, one steel hay rake and on? buggy, all about Fort Oglethorpe Gjorgia. where he as good as new nnd for less than half will be in training for several months. Miss Alma and Mary Lear returned price, bee J. l. Robinson at Kcngar-lTuesday from c two weeks ' trip to Hotel. J. F. Robinscn, Macon. Ga. i Washington. Richmond Va, and Virginia Reach. Mrs. C. E. Williams of Madison In!., PORE BRED POLAND CHINA and Mr. James Mucker of Lexington, ts of ,heir mo,,,er-Mrs- HOGS, FOR SALE, j S COTTAGE FOR RENT. ever offered in a sale. Yoii will find that these Rugs are priced j at the actual wholesale price on Rugs today. These Rugs we have had bought for over a year ana there has been a great advance on Rugs since we made this purchase. If you need a Rug for the porch or any part of the house, you can easily find it here. We have included in this sale a beautiful .line of Linoleums and Congoleum Rugs. 9x12 J Ig KJl I LUC Cll lCL Ul IC Ul IIIC I CI I gCOL CXI lA II IUOL IUL Ul I UgO " Rool Wilton Rug. wns $t2.00 now - $75.00 $32.50 $3 1.50 $35.00 " 1.3x12 Very Best Axminster Rug. wns S 10.00, now . n I We have the Spotted Poland China' Mr R. II. Ledford went to Cincin-fall males ready for service. Fall gilts nati, Sunday, to meet his brother. Mr. ' a) and spring pigs of both sexes. Can Lee Ledford who is in training at Fort I " ' mate therr. if desired. If interested, Iknjamin Harrison write, Lnwson and Montgomery, ' The Shakespton Club had its last ' 5 Ravenuood, Mo. I meeting for tlie summer months on B Monduv Hfternoon with Mrs. F. H. h Smith At the close of the study hour 9 delicious refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. E L. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Woods and children. Dr. il and Airs. H. J. Patrick. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eatridge. Mr. und'Mrs. Dave Her-ve- y and Miss Hallie Uorston spent I have opened up a Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sloan Hubble. at t ter i NOTICE AND J 'PLUMBING 0 WlMIIOiMIWIIIIIIIIIIi FARMER'S COLUMN ! .. xaoaa dpRCe beluA tbit aa2iuc 11 (01 i&e viclu tre te of oar farmer utcrlWr.. aud If for .nv .tie of i:oclc, riayi iitl ucli thinii. ou farm a. tbe tarmrr cannot afford to aitrer q , ..,00,0.... ,iwi I u TIN SHOP in Lancaster, over J. R. Mount fit Co's., store. I guarantee my work to give satisfaction and my prjees will be right. tlie. No notice will it accepted orer lour luv. and will be only In swo L.rirj ol tbe K'oart. free of cliarre FOU SALE: Sow and eight pigs. Miss Hulda Uoyle. FOR SALE:-Deergood condition. FOR SALE: and harness. j ing 9x12 Biglow AxniinistiT Rug. was $.18. . now 1.3x12 Vcrv Fine Manhattan Rug. was $12.00, now 9x12 Biglow Puritan Rug, was $18(1" now 9xl2Trewan Welton Rug. was 68.00. now 9x12 Shof Wilton Velct Rug. was 512 50. now 9xl2Frankfort Velvet Rug. was 532.50 now 9x12 Smith's Colonial Rug, was 530.50 now 9x12 Bussarah Axiuiuistcr Rug, was 548. now. 8.3x10.0 Royal Wilton Rug. was $50.00 now 8.3x10.6 Extra Fine Axminister Rug, was $35.00. now 0x9 Biglow Rug. was 285- 0now 9xl24?egent Tapestry Brussels Rug. was 521 00. now t 8.3x10.6 Manor Tapestry Brussels Rug was 519.00, now 9x12 Panama Tapestry Brussels Rug waa 524.00 now 1 $36.50 $52.00 $35.00 $26.50 $28.50 $36.00 $38.50 $27.50 $22.50 $17.50 .$16.00 $18.75 9x12 Extra Fine Brussels Rug, was 529.00. now xl2 Oxford Brussels Rug. wns 530.'0 now 1.3x12 Manor Tapestry Brussels Rug, was $28.50, now 9x12 Victor Body Brussels Rug was 5llV0. now 9x1- - Hamilton Brussels Rug. was 511.00, now 12x12 Wool & Fiber Rug. was 52200 uoiv 9x12 Wool & Filwr Rug. was 513.00 now 81x10.0 Best Yet Fiber Rug. was ' fl2 50. now 1 $22.50 , $24.75 $24.75 $32.50 $11.50 $18.50 $9.50 $10.00 $6.00 $5.25 $9.50- (9 Rnttnnin Rug. was 57.50 now 15x81 Waite Crass Rug. was 50.50 now. .... . 9x12 Waite Crass Rug. was 512 t'(i now. ,8.3x10.0 Waite Crass Rug. was 59 00 now 7.0xi0.0 Rattunia Rug. was 51 1.00 now . . . 1 One-Picc- $7.50 $9.50 9x12 Rattnuia Rug, was 51 .00 now $12.00 !)xr--' Congoleum Rug. was $7.50 now $5.50 !)x 12 Matting Rug. was 55.00 now $3.75 9x12 Very Heavy Matting Rug. was 57.00 now.... $5. 75 e 500 Yards Extra Fine Inlaid Linoleum, was 52.00 per yard, now 500 Yards Good Inlaid Linoleum, wn; 51.50 per yard. now. Ringwalt Linoleum as cheap, per yard as $ 1 .75 $1.25 35C I. I 27-i- n. and 3i-i- White Grass, Rattania Axminister nnd Brussels Rugs to match all larger sizes at same reduction offered on large sizes. THIS SALE IS FOR SPOT CASH and no goods Your business will 02 appreciated In Binder. G. A. Swinebroad. and vlll be sold just exactly as marked. sent out on approval. All Rugs marked In plain figurer A dipping tank, cart A-- Mrs. C. . Robinson. THE A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE DANVILLE, KY. COMPANY. New Gllcher Hotel Bldg. PI WILLIAMS ' FOR SALE; Two Duroc Jersey, registered boars, also fresh milk cow. Phone SG3-- Keene Lutes, Manager. B. F. Robinson. The White Hussars Coming on the Fifth Night of Chautauqua Week T.' Cold J uniforms of ulillc und lutiotli?r to the vocal rusvuiliU ut a kito aud with slilntnx I'unil lu- - elnli, ami tliruii-- li It all Is the M trrl inof jouiik soldiers und ur- struments Tlic Wliltr Ilus.surx dent colU'Klans. scut n musical lirosram llllotl with Somi one lias Ktylcd tlili ooicpauy tittluu from Mart to Unlsli. One slntrlnj; liauil," borne one else "a lart Is (,'lven up to lirus baud music, I'boto b Wallinser, Clilcaeo. IpppppppppV rl onp wlm lias rrer1 Tills rorapanr nf nln mi nn;antzrl lirn.i rliolr."-"A- ny beanl tlu'iu "llic SIcIkIi Itlile." and eouelied by ItaliiliTtliibar, boi ltli Its merry iiilji4 uml lerr puii-- l snivi-jas a miisleal imxluerr la l w ill nt oiico Its ri'al, rraily ui'll knoun llinaiKliiiiit America. N'or will be frnvi't tbo bwIiis- - Tbe IIiKsar.t biiinur appeur In one after- I ikxpu and one (trnlne eiuieert. . s 111 LANCASTER CHAUTAUQUA, JUNE 25th, 1917.