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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 28, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917062801_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 28, 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 28. 1917. NUMBER 13. F1F1E w Oxygen-rtcety- lin ' ?" ,,P L'"L ' GOVERNOR STANLEY Interest Of Addresses Large Crowd In Red Cross. Place Your Order for a Nearly $2,000 Raised. Welding. I This Is a new invention for Welding, Casting, , Wrought Iron, Brass, Etc. We have installed' this plmt in cur shop. broken casting, but Don't throw away-you- r bring them to us. We can weld and make good as new in fact we can build them up $ aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsl REV. H. S. HUDSON. and make stronger. Conn, Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. DESEED fJE 11 1 On May third n bill was Introduced In the Senate by Senator Hale, of rard county. Maine, to nppropiiate a million dollars FIRST TOMATOES. for the puriwje of bringing German prisoners of war to this country to be Mr. H. L. Elkln reports the first fed. It would cost lesn to transport of the aeuson, a sample of them to our shores than to carry the which he recently brought to this office. food to Kurope. The risk of losing the It is said that Mr. Elkin has about food by submarines would ho eliminatthe best garden around these "diggins". load of prisoners should be ed, ami if a torpedoed, our enemies would lie resThe Cermai.s are getting no real in ponsible for their own loss. , SQUIRE HAM ANNOUNCES. Ilelglum anil Northern Franco. The announcement of the candidacy 1'ersistrnt false report" of the dis- of Mr. John Ham 'for the rcnominntion Hardens have come into their own aster to American and liritisli naval the high coil of livtiiic will come down forces reached a point where Secretary for magistrate for district number 3, appears in this issue of the Itccord. u rotch or two, fur which letus b Daniels concluded that the reports are No truer democrat ever offered for ofthnnkful. . result of an organized movement to fice in this county und the recoril he tho lli.tory is being made ho fastln thrse alarm Americans. He issued n state- has made during the past two jears he stirring times that what has scarcely ment that the reports that had been has held the otlice, should be sufficient occur? J when the paper Roes to press widely circulated in theUnlted States recommendation to insure his renomina-tio- n has become ancient histoiy before it ii that sixtv Knglish and American ships, and election. in the fiamli of the subscriber. including the Pennsylvania and Texas, were in an engagement with the GerSMALL 'FIRE. The I'tar of Itussia anil the King of man Meet and that Al'ahtlc coast hosalready gone. The King pitals are crowdef Greece have ,h soldiers are Tuesday afternoon about five o'clock of Spain seems tottering on his throne false. the residence awn-- d and formerly ocand if lh Kaiser la not entirely bereft cupied by postmaster E. I li.own of brainr, he" too must aee that he is caught fire from u defective flue but HEN WANTED. atated to go. was extinguished by the prompt arrival Who shall question the patriot!.. n of Two splendid positions open Dig Pay, of the fire department, with a loss of our people, after seeing the rapt atCall any time at the new piano store about $200. The house was occcupied by Mr. M. M. Turner whese loss is tention paid the masterful address of on Lexington Street. Jteferences Who small from water damage. He had .10 Gov. Stanley, Sunday night. Chairman of tho local Hed Cross Society of Garrard county. He introduced Governor Stanley Sunday night ami his announcements of his coming both from his pulpit ana telephone helped to make the meeting the success it was. As Chairman of the local Ited Cross, with he was the instrumentality, earnest assistants, in receiving in one evening nearly 52,000 for the American Hed Cross fund. He is now asking tor more $100 subscriptions nnd hopes to have us many us thirty such donations While the by the end of the week. local chapter has rever been asessed any definite amount, it is thought that $.",000 can and will be raised in Gar- Vi shall question it after hearing the erous offerings of our people. gen- insurance. responding to the cull to aid in rals Ing the $100,000,000 asked for by the American Hed Cross Society, $700,000 of which H to be raised in Kentucky. Lancaster nnd (jRjrord county will answer the call n9 patriotically ns he responded to the Liberty Lonn nnd, will do tier part in this worthy work. The meeting was held in the large tent of the Kropath Chautauqua and every inch of space was filled. Kov II. S. Hudson who is the chairman of the local Hed Cross called the meeting to order, which was opened In n scrip tural rending and prayer by Hev. I'al meter, of the Methodist church. The platform was crowded with the local Ited Cross workers, dressed in their conventional uniform. Many patriotic songs aere sung and an interesting talk by Hev. Ii. S. Hudson, entertain cd the audience until the speaker of the evening arrived, when he in turn introduced Governor Stanley, who in resons to nn invitation from the executive committee of the local Hed Cross organization delivered one of the most imprc'sive speeches in praie and defense of the Hed Cross Society that Alhas been heard in a generation. ways interesting and likewise eloquent, he showed a familiarity with the workings of the order and gave a leview of 1 iu war programme since the Prussians trenlcd the treaty of Helgium as a mere scrnp of paper to the latest aeroplane raids on London killing und wounding women nnd children in their desperate and savage warfare. The Governor emphasized the fact that the United States had never attempted to dr anything other than humane. In any action she had ever taken in previous wars, history had proven to be in defense of helpless humanity from the fact it hud never desired territory or power. He represented the policy of our country as a democracy ot service to the world and thru this spirit to bring about the peace of nations. He made it plain how we were forced into this war, speaking in scathing language of a the insults and aggressions of the Im perial German Government which left us no choicc'but to take up arms in VJ defense of our rights as a free, peoplfl aud of our honor as a sovereigir government. The military masters of Germany denied us the right to be rv neutral, they impudently denied us the use of the high seas and repeatedly executed their threat that they would send to their death any of our people who ventured to approach the coast of Kurope. V He dwelt upon the' fact that tho we were remote from the roar of guns and this dreadful carnage we must not delude ourselves with a false sense of security. He spoke feelingly of the brave young men of the nation who DEEEING Full Line of Deering Parts Mowers, i . BINDER Rakes and Twine. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, 111 - Kentucky gUlrrsrfli 3MfMfi&M MWMWMMMzi take another because they say it is as good as WHY CLEN LILY Milling ' ft sj 8 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. I Garrard I 1 Co. 1 The Ited Cross canvass in Oarrntd is Wc will buy or store your Wheat, on. Let it be pushed. At this time in our nntional history there is no place Itvr, or Ilarley, Highest market price. Plenty of sacks. Hudson, Hughes & for the tight wad. The boys who fight to protect jour property and your lib- Karnau. erty are entitled to vour support" Tho citizens of Hovle county are liberally to the call for Ited Cross funds. It now appears thaj lloylc county wJI easily furnish her quota of $10,000. Practically oven1 one Is contributing. This Is striking evidence of the patriotic spirit of the RYE. BARLEY. WHEAT. PROTRACTED MEETING. Evangelist Dean Calhoun of Lexington, assisted by the pastor. Hey. C. K. Schoke. will begin a protracted meeting at the New Antioch church July '.'nd. You are cordially invited to attend. community. Admitting that she made remarks disloyal to tho United States. Miss Darn Israel was discharged from San Francisco I'ublic Schools after seventeen years teacher in the local schools. She told the board of cducntion she could not teach children to honor the ilsg because the said It meant nothing to her. AlFtIIE "TORSHEIL", "FITS-I- STYLES "SHURONS" "KRYTOKS", "LUXPELLS", "SHELTEX", Are some of the equipment that makes up tho ltYUNi: OPTICAL SEKVICK. now at Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster. J. J. Ilyrne, Optometrist, Optician. were taking up the bitter task to insure our safety and peace and made an Mr. Louis Landram, editor of this eloquent plea that we support them, paper is taking a much needed rest. lie said the Hed Cross required little Mr. Landram has been slightly indis explanation, its work being the noblest posed for some weeks. Every one is and best know of all organized hoping to see him back in the harness Altogether Governor Stanley' made a in the next few days. Danville Mes most favorable impression upon the senger. What "Gangs" needs is old Garrard. vast audiance. Distinguished, ed, ho nnd old friends, old jokes and he will be on fairly thrilled his hearers and none of himself again. The every door hangs on the outside for them were so littlo or so narrow as to He closed have u partisan thought. him. by saying he was not working for any party, he was giving no thought to MEMORIAL SERVICES. Democrats or Hepublicans to the"wcU" son of Mr. or the "drys" but ho was putting his Mr. Vernon Thompson, and Mrs. J. liooth Thompson, who for- time, his thought, his soul and being merly lied here and Is well rememberinto the preservation of tho "Land of ed, was killed in a mine disaster near the Kree und tho Home of the IJrave". llutte, Mont., n few days ago. Ho was After the stirring address of Gover about '21 years old nnd was prominent- nor Stanley, chairman Hudson made an ly connected. earnest plea for contributions which Short memorial services will be held resulted in subscriptions to the amount In his memory next Sunday morning ut of nearly $2,000. Those who have con the Christian church. Muck sympathy tributed are us follows: is expressed for the bereaved family T. C. Hunkin $100- .in the loss of '.heir only son. $100. J. S. Haselden MUCH NEEDED REST. big-voi- c Buggies, i latch-sttin- g Wagons, Harness. I have a complete line and can save you money. Call and see our goods and get our prices before buying. I 2 BACON ECONOMY. I Jj REAL OEAN FsALE. Itec-ord II. V. Hudson $100. As we told you most Dncons contain an excess of salt. Thoy reitiire to be freshened, before being cooked. These Bncotis cost less per pound than ours, but when you figure on this salt at about 15c n pound, there is n different story to tell. The beauty of our Bacon is (lint there is not the least hit of waste about it. fa XS 3( 2 S Those pcttons who are hunting for bargains should not fail to read the advertisement in this issue of the and attend tho sale of J, K. Dicker-sowhich begins Saturday June 30th. PA The Immense advance in price of many S articles which Mr. Dickerson is ottering at less than th: wholesale price should keep his store crowded until his entiru stock which he is ottering i:i W. U. Cook J. Y. Robinson V. A. Lear W. A. Karnau J. E. Hnbinson Mrs. It. I. Uurton Wm. Lear ft. J. Lewis W. 11. Uurton It. L. Uurton Gill Sisters .4100. $100. $1007 $100. $100. $100. $100. S'lOO. $100. $100. $100. sold. LIBERTY BONDSNOW SOLD AT A PREMIUM fc jj $ In a pound of it there are 16 ounces that can be eaten. We would be glad to have you try the brand we handle. We think you would agree with us thut it is a superior & 5$ FINE SADDLER. Mr. N. W. Hogers, of Paint Lick and TheTreusury Department's announce one of tho bst judges of horse flesh in this part of the state, purchased a ment that subscriptions to the $2,000,-000.00- 0 Liberty Loan had reached the walking mare of Steve Halcomb last Monday, that will open the eyes of total of $3,033,220,850. necessitating a many competitors in tho fair rings considerable cutting down of the larger throughout tbe state during the com- sized applications, had the effect of ing circuits. She Is a beautiful sorrel stimulating trading in the new Govern nd has the "running walk" down to ment lecurities on the Stock Exchange perfection. Mr. Hogers paid $300 for yesterday. The large oversubscription her without a word and was offered a showecUhe demand for the bond was handsome profit by several during "the greater than the supply and forecast day. tbe selling of the bonds at a premium W 5 k article. Surrey' sl W. Romans The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OMMI REPORT OF THE CONDITION or MT. HEBRON ihi PEACE IN lot Stomach 24 HOURS W NATIONAL (No.1.103.) BANK, Citizens National Bank OF LINCA8TEII.KY3AT TIIF. fo.aese.! line Darker li quite ill, Mrs. J. B. Dean is on the tick list. Mr. Hunter Kay has purchased a Fort). Mr, OF I.ANCA8TEH.. KY.. AT Clu of Bosiiess, Jne 20, !W 1917 TbeClose of BDsiness.Jnne20 1917 ItESOUr.CEH. RK80DKCK8. Loans and discounts .J7A''" W .!iJ7V Urerdratis. secured I 11(97 119' fnseenred. IT. H llonds deposited to secure cir IW.nu n M.OOG DO cnlatlun (par aluel Payment on account subscription r M.OOO CO lxan llouds for Slock ol Keilers I Keserve Hank (W .1.000 per cent of subscription) 7.0ifl Value of banking house . Kel amt ilue from Appro ed Its serve S0.S.H 1,99 '.oau.an(1llfCouutl.. .1171. Ill H7i,i:i Or.rrfrafls. sccurrill. !' 00 10 00 t'tistcnred . . Uonils drposlttd Id sccur T. .M'.OOOOO W.OOOtO (par value) Parmtnt on account mbicrlrtlon ... .... .1.100 CD lor Liberty Loan Roads Heeurltles oilier than r. M, bond, (not I n c I u (I I n i stocks) owned unpledged '.V.MO "0 89,I0 00 Block ol Federal Ilesrrre Dank (M) 3, HO 00 per cent ol subscription) a,OM 00 Value ol llauklng-houid.oooio Fumltureaiirt fixtures. . . l.00l approved reserte Net ami due from aeentalnNeir York Clilcaaoaud P,77 19 HI Louis Net ami due from approved reaerve acts Inolherrescrve cliles! M,51 91 outside checki and other cath Item til? "1 Fractional enrrency, nickela I 7 11 and ceuta. . . nO OS Kotesof other National Batiks. Lawful reserve In vault and net ami Hank Ja.Tl 08 due from Federal Ite.erre Tress-urer Redemption FundMth tT. f. and due from I' rt.Treai. Tojal Sunday. Miss I.llla Dalton will begin the nub lie school at Sunnyaide next Monday July 2nd. d The Sunday School at this place had an average attendance ot 123 thru June. Mrs. II. R. Montgomery and son, Ed ward attended preaching otScotts Fork AReuts In New York. Chicago .. Sl.C? Ill and 81. Lonls Net anit due from approved reserve act In other reserve cltleiSO.lt.' 73 Net ami due from banks aud bankers (other than Included In ls.or.ll) Other cheeks on banks In the same city or town as reporting bank Mr. and Mrs. Hrumfleld of Jessamine were week-enguests or Mr. anil Mrs. Uillinl IlrumfleM. Mrs. Alex Dean arid grand-daughteLorcno Hrumfleld, ix?nt Instweek'with relatives in Lexington. f3 I7 Sufferers- who tike Msyr'a Wonderful Don't neglect Kemcdv. your Stomach Ailments andther minute. What appears tn be only minor Stomach disorders mav often be symptoms ol Cancer and Ulcers of tlio Stomach and Intestines. Gall Stones, Acute Indigestion, Gastritis, Auto Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, and other dangerous ailments, of which the surferer Is not aware until too late. An Ideal prescription for overcoming quickly Stomach, Liver and Intestinal troubles Is Mayr'a Wondeiful Heincdy. Millions of people have been restored by It. One dose will PKOVK that It will help you, Mayr'a Wonderful Keinedy is for (' snle by It. K. Mcltoberts. TSITTA7' I PAQTJ 1 QHTVYDT? a l-- located in the Record building one door from s u. Duuttm i nave L...JL1 inc n. it icc siuck ui goods a Jaf the square. I Ts wm1 Un hmx. Ia..I nt - Alia s a.. .1 . . I. 11 ..1. ... r a . ( 'A .1 merged it with our New Store. tl nnll rti- its - I " Villi llCIIPr. sW afslW itt s ..... i uma lAAnllnsi lail.n.- -. .1.1. .iu .u.....usisi iriivil, til. Illl 11UIV . . -V W I J if tsrt uiirs n ir iiiikiiipv " u W sM sB aHHM H aLA painTlick Fractional currency, nickels 31 and cents. . riotes of other National Hanks.. ,. lawful resene In vault and uct amount due from Federal Iteserv e JS.lM Hank Redemption fund with V. . Treas9..V4 urer and due from I'.H. Tieasnrer &0 00 Total . , IU.I.K-- .. LIABILITIES Capltalitock paid In.. .. . .i Hnrpluifund ... 41H.176 OT Undivided prollli Iestcnrrent expenses, In- l.WI M ll.l.'.-S-l tereat and taxes paid 1,111 S" Amount reserved for taxes acemed Circulating N'otea ntllltalldluir IV J CO Net amount due to banks and bankers C,"73 i: In SO or 31) (other than Included Individual deposits subject to check Total Indlvldualdeposlls subject . to check ......... Total demand deposits, subject to r.eicne.lleuis."J. SS, W, ST. to. .19 and 10. .t.'l7,wj Certificates nf deooslt I.UMltl (I Total of time deposits, sub ject to tiefcrte, items it , . IMW and 13 av.Ki ii Certified Cheeks TOTAL LIABILITIES. IW.OOO . Capital stock paid In . . 60.0UO Hurplusfiind .. . Undivided profits. W.Mtl IS i ss.t.it Less current expenses. In1.5HI 2.S11 61 terest and taxes psld Amount reserved for Taxes accrued 1.011 , (j.min M.O0OO0 Circulating Notes outstanding. l.O0D 00 Net amt due to banks anil bankers I,M (other than Included In so or 31) 9I7,H 1 03 IX) Comici-AW- I, . c. I)!xv, Cashier of. the iiVoto named bank, do solemnly swear that the abort! statement Is true to the best of tnr knowledge and belief.. B.C. Diss v. Subscribed and sworn to before me'tbfaSltli day of J nnc 1917. W. F. Clump. ly Commission expires Jns.,i5,'nW'C' h:, SiiTiorKisTiciY,CoriiTorOMBD,a: il.i,.t w 8rAItvrKt!TV?l'Y,C0V'NTTortlAiiBARD,ss! i. . pm,... -- ..l,i., .'.4 the noove, Danied bank, do solemnly swear thai the above state, raent Is true to the bestotiny knowledge and YV F. Champ, Cashier belief. Subscribed and sworn to before tnt Ihls77th, day of June 1917. Denny, Notary Tubllc. 8.C. Wy AtlX P.. DlXMY. ) J. E. Rtorjies, (Directors. V Cokiiict Coram.itsmu Attest t '.V. lltiwox. L"r" Juury ;;,;rA ) 5 M.ELMOTT. I 3. J.Walkex, C.A. AKJtotP. Directors CONCRETE WORK I On Your LetiMe Figure With You Miss Jennie Kogers of Danville has Mrs. II. M. Lear and Miss Kuma been with her sister, Mrs. V. I.. Grow Odor attended Chautauqua at Lancasand friends the past week. ter, tho past week. , Mr. and Mrs. Marian Montgomery Miss Mary Stewart Is visiting relaand little daughter, Lucille, attended tives In Knox county. services at Mt. Olivet Sunday. Miss Hazel Kcss is visiting Mrs. H. Mrs. Herod ltains, baby and sister, Hiddlebcrger at Itlchmond. Leola; were guests of her sister, Mrs. Miss Mary Ilrown of Lancaster Is the Felix Lane, near Judson the wrvk end. guest of her sister, Mrs. David Hervey. Mrs. 1'eachle Grow who has Iwen Mr. Woods with her son here for some time, re Wm. Wade Walker was the guest of t Versalles for the wek turned to her home at Locust Grove end. lastjveek. Mrs. J. Wade Walker spent the week Mrs. Uailcy of Ixington and Mr. end with hrr son. Dr. K. M. Walker in Fain of Nicliolns villc. spent part of Louisville. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Misses Ktta Tewy and Mary Stldhnm Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Jonlonof Lexington were also their guests Sunday. of llreathitt CoWare the guests of Mlts Miriam Ledford. At the business session of Mt. HeMrs A. G. Dottier and son, Harold, bron church Saturday afternoon the are the guests of her parents, Mr, and regular preaching days wert Mrs. J. D. Uurshell. to the first and third Sunday's and jhv Miss ftuth ltoss lias returned from uuinc;a meeting to the ttiw llilr.l Satshe visited friends urday afternoon. Rev. I). F. Sebastin Lancaster where and attended the Chautauqua. having accepted the work here. Miss Ethel Estridgu has returned home from an extended visit to friends Just Another Name for It in Knoxville and Isabella Tenn. People wlm detest cnll it Mr. A. V. Huyler, who has been the mid keep right on with It. Albany Journal. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker for several weeks, has returned to Last Resort. New York. Tivcrity-On- e "Do you think Over Mrs. It. W. Kecknell of llooneville women chouW jirojiose V' Voun'f Thing Wave you tried ev- and Mr. J. It. Evans of Greetihall weru "t jon'"t the guests of her daughter, Mrs Sophia erything else? Puck. - l)iasi&43sS2SS3 ;L3:i2iL:sS'ia ii ) pi irJi Candies. rzzD i ii " ' por. NUNNALLY'S fhani' Candies Special Ice Cream for this week. g(lp Peach, Tutti Fruitti, Caro-meChocolate and Vanilla.' Meal Served l, Telfplrm ,55'. .t-- Foundations, Pavements, Gutters, Silos, Retaining Walls, etc. SATISFACT10N.GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE J. N. TRIMBLE Contractor. Telephone 192. 7 Condensed milk uppilcd to the cdRes of the pieces of broken china will tfeji tTfie grtlcle ns Intact lis the on the market tday. wjjjes kfxiH W. Ely fn n letter to (fie Kxperlmcntcr. Mr. Kly adds sauceni llibt G tlliF he has mended In hoi wnter, h'avy and withstood washings lias mended n telescope lens of fairly G large size with this unique cement. liajorjl)-orcemcnis ERc-tijc- Simplcit of Cements. LANCASTER, Ky. Jat's Standino In Rome. dehro 6f prcUutdry Instincts and his value n"s n uilce destroyer. AKathlcus, u'nj eaten by n cat? denounces him as 5gf of the devouring dogs of Actneon. rlny nnd Palindlui praise him for.ys dcSlruTHon of mice and r'n'ts, while cnrfarV p'oldFcrs carried --the faci3 'of cats Fmbiazohcd on tlii-I- banners. r W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Tn. flic chalices of b'rchijljjjjS rSbrv djslies' are Ijicreased jJiSuy' tloja jSycr the more famlifar plafi tjt dropmng tliem 6"n the fior. iTio niorjj djejies yoii b?e"nk, you know, the jfgw'tj you tngry-In- a have, to dry. There Is no oble broken pieces of clilna". Kansas Try This One. nint to husbands: w dlsKcs hold t(ic slippery onWo?Ite rest or tlie (fishes. TlieJ "wnclf to?y Treadway the past week. Mrs. Hobert Drown entertained a number of her friends at dinner on Sunda)the Luster family of Danville being among those present. Almost every one in Puint Lick and the surrounding country attended the Masonic picnic at Crab Orchard Saturday, and all report a delightful day. It seems that surprise weddings are the order of the uny in Paint Lick and none has been a greater one than when Miss Jessie Parks and Mr. William K. Davis, of Jackson, announced Monday J that they had been married in Jackson on last Saturday. Miss Jessie is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parks, and is u handecme, attractive , jnungweman. She has been in Jack- ( ten for the past fcuror five months as a trimmer in one of the large millinery shops. Mr. Davis is cashier of the First National Hank of Jackson and the K3sitlon he holds speaks for him as to his business ard integrity. We join . wilh a host of friends in extending congratulations and good wishes. Cats Susceptible Ait Hoar W. DC O. KING, C No 202. Proprietor. BHIF r f This Summer Where? ASHEVILLE CALLS YOU 8 Calls you lo an Ulesl vacation high up in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Days fullof interest, activity and sport nights of rcfrcihlnc comfort and solid sleep. Renew your health in the dear, cool mountain air. Co camping in the woods climb the peaks- - play coif, tennis enjoy dtiving and motoring. Dig, fine hotels or tuict, inexpensive places, whichever you prefer. t.l iK ul quote sou iti towel rourul trip tun. tscUi.lit.rsturs snjstl trivsl Infocnullun. Call itsistt scent r writs Agent II. C KING, Division TasK-nKc- r rhoenls Hotel l)IJg 118 Cast Main St. Lexington, Ky. I ( City Star. Children's Bedtime. tho Interesting statistics chowlp tinio nt which the children of Ilevcrly, RfriBfl.. litreon the nirrs of elchl nnd twelve, go to bed. disclose that 13 go iu neu nciwceii nve mm vwvi BjSW between right mid nine; 150 be12, and 43 between 12 tween il nnd nfiil 1. It Is to lie hoped that there are no Ilevcrly children who are not In their nighties, safely tucked up, by one o'clock. Huston Globe. to Plague. eminent scientist affirms that many catu are siiccptlblc to plague ftKii that they suffer- from ncufo o'r chronic plague hcptU'cmln. He Is of the opinion Hint they Infect themselves by entlng Infected mice. An - For Sale 1 Any Size Farms 9 Remarkable Values ;, I Moderate In Price I Snown To Buyers I I j COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE i I i I I Terrible Suffering From Headache, Sideache, Backache, aid Weak-DeRelieved by Card si, . Says This Teias Lady. Gonzales, of this ago I was left side. Tex. Mrs. Minnie Phil-po- t, placo, writes: "Five years taken with a pain In my It was right under my left rib. It would commenco with an aching and extend up Into my left shoulder and ou down Into my back. By that time the pain would be bo tovcro i would naro to take to ueu, FARMERS ATTENTION ) I If you wish to GET ON A FARM, Invest in, I I sell or exchange, GET BUSY. i 30 any OR 300 flGRES Estate i location, adaptation or improvements consult the Getting Worried. Clarence constantly played with Marguerite, one of tnlns, uftlll his parents feased iilm iibout ills "girl." One nftcrnooii Clarence's njother was sitting on the porcli. Clarence, Marguerite, nnd n few other children were playing In the ynnl. Suddenly he left the group nnd coming to his mother said: "Mother, when you marry a (win, do you have to marry both of fheiuV . D. A. Thomas Real I f FOR IMMEDIATE SALE In Suberbs of Lancaster. 16 ACRES, FERTILE ' AGENCY. and suffered usually about threo days ...I Buttered thla way for three years, and got to bo a mcro akcleton and was to weak I could hardly aland alone. Was not able to go anywhere and had to let my house work go... I Buffered awful with a pain In my back and I bad the headacho all tho time.' I Just was unablo to do a thing. My Ufa was a misery, my ctomaeh got In an awful condition, caused from taking bo much medlcluo. I suffered bo much pain. I had Just about given up all fcopes ot our setting anything to help nie. Oao day We are now in the market to buy your old corn. See us before you sell. We will pay you the best market price. Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For Ml Occasions. Phones 339-- F or 83. Wm. F. Milled Agt. Lancaster. a Birthday Almanae was thrown la tar yard. After reading l, Its testimonials I decided to try Incorporated, and am so thankful that I did, This small farm lies right at the'City began to lmprovo when on tho for I Limits, Is very fertile, well watered second bottle,,. I am now a well and has dandy small five room dwelling. woman and feeling: tine and the curt Possession January 1st. Price $4,500. baa been jermancnt for It haa been All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Easy payments. two rears since my awful bad health. I will always praise and rCQSUMnd H D. A. THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. CsuduL" Try Cardiil today. IMPROVED LAND. Car-du- Walker, Lee & Hicks. 0 The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-. - 1 91 7 OF - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Successors to 1 luetics & Swinebrond OK IJ rests the ttinil.mt tcninlr tut Ml tklii Ulvrntts. A liquid ued rxlrmalh. Jmtaul TtU'fttam Itch. Wo.tocand i.oo. Ymirmourv Itsrk If tha first tottlo docs not lulnj you relief. AkaUo about u. U. I). Soop. D.D.D. Prescription Eczema for fr R. B. McIEohcrts. Lancaster, Ky. - HUCKKYK Miss Lisle Whltaker Is with relatives nt thN plnce. MIm Mnrv Alice Tudor of Newby wns the guest of Miss Iln Hill Inst week. Miss Ila Hill entertnined n number of her friends Sunday it honor of Miss Tudor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Whittaker and children were wifti relutivcs hero last LANCASTER, tKENTUCKY. BIG BARB ECUE AND r Headquarters for Real Estate ' IN , "THE LAND OF NOW" SXPERIENCE Our record AND for . EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. show mica of more than III.WK) ncrci of land, besides a UrKv amount of town and city property and stocks of merchandise, nmountlni: to more than $l,.tfO.(O.0O nr.d this business was done-- to thu entire, satisfaction of more than (40 clients and customers nnd they am my references for "fair dealing." , where nnd what Prom my experience. In the bus:ncss 1 know how, wh-nto advertise- lands, city property, dwelling To the one who has property to ell-r- nrm lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate proosltioii, 1 solicit your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. I now have on hand n List your farm or other property with me now. long list of parties who arc going to buy something somewhere nnd your property may be just what 1 am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage as I know values nnd know that when you close n deal through me you will get "value received" for your money. I have on hand for sale nt nil times n Large Number of Farms. Dwellings City Property not In the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new properties nnd some of rny best properties lire not nlvcrtlsed nt'the request of the owners. of Garrnrd County, write me nnd I will tell you If you arc n nil about our County. Its fertile soil, its pruductr, maiket facilities, good ronds, schools and churches, of Lancaster and Its business, its people und Its growth. The following Is just n few of the properties 1 have on hand for sale now. FARMS. A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with nbout HO acres of cllft" and grazing Isnd thrown In. A fertile farm of IS4 acres with splendid improvements, hind lies well and is on pike. room bouse, good orchard, well located, A small farm of 'JTi ncres, with to school nnd churches, or It) ncres with large barn adjoining can on pike. cl be added, making 35 ncres. Possession at once. A small farm of 13 acres, 3J miles from town, on pike, new 7 room dwellland lies well. ing a" I new birn. A farm of fin ncres, on pike 2$ miles from tow.i. Innd rolling, very fertile, m tly in grans. Imge tobacco barn 1 room house. A farm of SI acres, extra t,obuceo nnd hemp land, rolling, 2 large bnrnsr, splei.'lid dweliintr, land well fenced uui Well watered leljaiil houtt Mil other out buildings. A farm of 9.--J aero of rich land, part level nnd pnrt rolling, fine dwelling of H rooms, balls, cellar etc, i! acre orchard. '.'J mile from town cn pike. This tlivuiil elRlit yiart week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dcwoy Price spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Herbeit Wliilaker. Mrs. Printus Walker and children were the guests Inst week of Mrs. Robert Long. Mr. J. P. Prnther is spending n few days In Lexington with his daughter, Mrs. James Stapp. Misses Minnie Pearl Hrown. Mary, Alice Tudor and Ila Hill spent Friday with Miss Rarbara (Julley. Mr. and Mm. "Lee Pendleton nnd children apen( Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hroncon Locker. Misses Maymc Crutchficld nnd MarMiss- tha Curtis are with their cousins. es Sallio Lou Tenter and Ethel Ray. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Teater, Mr. nnd Mrs. Shell Tenter and children spent last Sunday with Mr. and, Mrs T. 0. Hill. The runny friends of Miss Nettle Ray arc glad to know that she Is at home after being in the hospital at lrf'xington several days. Mrs. Norn Teater, MUsea Sallie Hou Teater, Ktliel Rav, Murllia Curtis nnd were guests last Mayme Crutchficld week of Mrs. Luther Raneynndfmnilv, Auction I gl Farm Sale The J oka D. Carpenter OF baigain. M acres of verv fertile Innd n pike mile from town, good dwelling nnd, fine nrcliaid ard the lard priced right. Inrge bnrn and otljer A fntm of 123 ncres, I rnilra from town, on pike, Icid partly tolhrg ' splendid improvements. A farm of 110 ncres of fine land well improved, on pike accessible to market of three, ccunty seats, Innd lies w'tdl. . mile from pike, with good A small frm of IS ncres, ore n 1 Irnprcv-merits- One wis fed grain only JOA1 Purina Chicken ',1 FAEM Chowder the othtr 206 ACHES. i , and Purina Chick Feed cellar, buth rooms, modern impiovcnients. furnace lientid, electric lights, water woiks, small incdern barn nnd ncre of tin d. A dwelling of tcoms ni d tut buildirgs and 4 ncres of land. Another new mcdi tn dwelling of 10 rcoms with nil mcdern conveniences. A number of other dwelln gs nr.d building lots. For further pnr'iculars and prices ii quire of 1 ( CITY PUOPnUTY: New mrdctn dwelling of 8 rccms, - balls, Purina Chicken Chow der pro- tides sn abundance ol Donr, blood, nerve, feather and lean meat forming clcmcnlt deficient in grain f red. When (ed with l'uri.u Chick Peed at directed nc guarantee Doable Development or Money BacH dnrlni trie tint Ix week, ot tho chick's lite. In checkerboard tiacs onlr. RJCHICKSCHICKEli M best farms in the county to be sold in lots of 20 acres and up. Goes to the highest bidders at 10:30 sharp on Within a mile of Hustonville, and one of the SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAE Lancaster. Kentucky. For Sale by All Dealers. When you pet) more than thai does not exist.". Friday, July 6th. RAIN OR SHINE A i Who Wouldn't Smile! THIS man has learned that satisfaction is to be measured by the extent of the manufacturer's interest in the car owner's personal experience. His money buys unusual mileage and real non-ski- d protection plus the basic Fisk Policy to sec that dealers and users alike get full value from splendid opportunity to get a good home. Music by excellent-Band!- . Free Dinner, a Barrel of Flour and valuable souvenirs Free! The terms payof the sale will be easy, three year' time being given ments. You can find no better farms in Lincoln county than the John D. Carpenter farm and you have a chance to buy any part of It or all of it if you prefer. Attend the sale and tell your friends about it. It is going to sell at some price. For further particulars see, phone or write to John A. Wagner, Hustonville, Ky., care Hotel. THE UNITED COMPANY O. T. WALLACE, General Manager t "The price is right and fair" I TIRES is " isll Tires For Sale By tFak Arcade Garage. Brothers. Garage tympany. Wilmington, N. C. The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. Get Ready For A MERCILESS One JUDGE. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO TOTAL LOAN 4,000,000 WhiJIwwiNs Faw. a: OUR DRINKS WILL COOL BEFORE AND ATEHRETF YOU $3,035,226,850: PARTICIPATE. Harvest. Peering Mowers, Deering Binders and Twine. Deering Binder Twine, the best on the' market. Phone us your order now so you wiH be sure of yours at harvest time. A merciless judge Is Father Time, lie fore lilm Hie weak ami the wanting Only the truth can go to the wall. stand. For years the following statement from n Lancaster resident has withstood this sternest of all tests. Mrs. U. F. Walter, Hill Terraco, Lancaster, says: "1 never fall to praise Doun's Kidney Tills. Tor they are a most worthy remedy and liAve done mo For much Rood on many occasions. several years, 1 have suffered from a My kidneys lame and painful back. have also been Irregular in action. Doan's Kidney Fills have always re. moved every symptom of kidney trou ble at these times." (Statement given " March 20, 11)03. ALWAYS P.EI.IAULK. On November 18, 1910, Mrs. Walter said: "1 havu the greatest confidence I was free In Doan'a Kidney Fills. from kidney trouble for n long time. but recently had a slight attack. again used Ooan's Kidney Fills and subscriptions total nnd oversubscription of $3,0.15,220,850, neurly 62 per cent. The final tabulation was omclally an nounced Friday. showing the more than 4,000.000 persons bought bonds. Nine per cent of subscriptions or those of 3,060,000 persons were for bonds varying Horn $50 to $10,000. subscribers applied while twenty-onfor allotments of $5,000,000 each or more. The New York Federal Itcserve Dis trict led the list with subscription totaling $l,lMi,7iS,400, or more than three times the amount subscribed in the next district. Chicago, $357,185,950. The other districts sent subscriptions as follows; Liberty l.oan e Our store will be open after the evening pro grant. Leave any package you may have, at our store. 1 ' S CHAUTAUQUA. McRobertsDrugStore The Modern Spirit of they relieved me." 60c at all dealers. Co.. Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Foster-Milbur- n MANSE. Mr. and Mrs. John Robert spent Sunday with his son, Mr. Jim Kobcrts. Mr. Lewis Anderson spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs. W. 1'. Anderson, Mr. ttobert Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin; Mr. Edgar Creech. Misses Sallie nnd Violet Oggof llerea were the guest of .Miss Anile Todd on Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, Sunday. Miss Hibbard of McWhortcr was the week end guest of her cousin, Miss Blanche Bculing. Mr. Roy Creech spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Creech July lSt Uoston. S332.4I7.COO. Cleveland, $2SJ.148.700. Philadelphia, $232,309,250. San Francisco, $ 175,623,900. Richmond, $109,730,100. Kansas City, $dl.75t,80. St. Louis, $80,134,700. Minneapolis, $70,255,500. Atlanta, $57,878,650. Dallas, $18.018,3: 0. These subscriptions include those direct to the treasury and proportioned Allotamong the various districts. ments will be made. Secretary McAdoo announced, on subscriptions up to and including $10,000, tin full amount: these subscriptions totalled, $1,200.081. S50; more than $10,000, up to and including $100,000, GO' per cent of the nmount subscribed, but not less than $10,000 in any Instance. Thce subscriptions totalled $560,103,050. Allot-n.en- ts to subscribers in this group will aggregate $330,00 1, WO. the spirit which animates all successful business, prevails in the organization of our Federal reserve bank. We own stock in it. We keep our reserve cash in It We hsvo a voice in electing its director? and through them in choosing its management. It Is our bank, and Its resources enable us at all times to meet the legitimate banking requirements of our community. " OF LANCASTF.lt. KY. II. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALK Fit, Vice Prest. W. O, P.ignky. Ass't Cash'r Joe J. WaMCEK. Jiu, W. F. CHAMP. Uuhler. Citizens National Bank Southern Rarwai System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from at Hyattsville. Walter. lEeynolds and family PLAY TIME. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Does the word play with nil its numWm. Marshbanka. erous suggestl ns appeal to jou? At Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McWhorter of Kavnnaugh Camp, July 30 August G, Williamsburg, spent Thursday with his every kind of play is enjoyed. Some sister, Mrs. John Roberts. campers like tennis, therefore a tennis Mrs. wmtis, Mrs. llciry Little ami committee Is organized iu encli Conferdaughter were week end guests of their ence. Louisville and Kentucky, to plan parents, Mr. andyMrs. A. T. Howling, a tournament. Last year the Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Anderson Sr. of Conference was victorious. For those Madison county, Mrs. James Ralston who prefer tramps thru the country, and children spent Tuesday with Mrs, special arrangements are made for a W. F. Anderson nnd family. tramp to l'ewee Valley to visit Mrs Annie Fellows Johnson, author of the Little Colonel stories. Last year the Social Etiquette. Mrs. Fnslilonplnti' "Poor, dear Mrs. the girls were welcomed by Mrs JohnUpperton Is to be burled todny. Are ston, who introduced to them the fam)ou going to the funeral?" Mrs. Etta ous negro mammy, Mona Heck. One Quet "I really can t you krjpw. of the most delightful hours will be luive Just discovered Mic owed mo a spent at the swimming pool where incull." Los Angeles limes. struction in swimming will be given free. One day there will lie n "March-melloToast" or n "Haeon Fry". Come to Kavanaugh Camp and enjoy these good times. He sure to send your registration blank in befoiejuly 15, 1111 1917, to Miss Helen McCandless. S. Floyd St. Uulsville. Ky. Mr. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. t on hi Capfral $50,000 A. II DENNY, Surplus $30,000. Vice Danville, Ky. to President' J. E. STOItMES, Pres't S. Louisville Lawrenceburg .$1.00 $1.50 Shelbyville Harrodtburg .. $1.25 .$ .50 and a DENNY. Cashier. r. It. 1, JJIDRY, Ass't Cashier. J. U OlU, Similar reductions to all local stations bttween Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sate. .Safety Samual Oeposit WK Boxes It. GUI. For Rent. SOLICIT YOUK Alex BUSINESS. RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .. .5:30 P. M. Slormes. S. D. Cochran. Denny, a J. I Denny, Dr. W J. If. Posey. J. E. M. Elliott. Directors. Jot further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. Fair List Prices --Twx-zt' tie & ffiBM Fair Treatment 1 Draw A Check iFheir Merit Written Across m fur the money you ov e nnd note how much more res- pectfully your creditors PUTTING LOAFERS TO WORK Papers all over the state continue high in their commendation of Judgo Shackeltord'k efforts to put the loafers to work at this time. The Elizabeth-tow- n News said last week: "Judge W. It. Shackelford, of the Richmond circuit court, recently requested the niaor of Itichmond to procure for him u list of the unemployed able bodied men, white nnd colored, re- - l!nrd you. They like to do Intslnoss with a innu who has nu account nt the Garrard Bank & Iff Trust .Go. mi j.t tr t r W i V nr- - They know he is doing business in a luulress like way. Hetler open such an account even if your alTalrs are not large. Thev will grow all right. S Mf&ZE&Z--- V -- 5s The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 3 C & MP V WMBF BLACK SAFETY TREAD TIRES HE strength and durability of Goodrich Black Safety Tread Tires are ground into the roads of our nation from Main to California. Six Fleets of Goodrich Test Cars, heavy cars and light cars, daily write the truth about Goodrich Tires on the worst roads in six widely different regions of our country. Sand, rock nnd cravel, and every freak of climate are testing out Goodrich Tires through millions of miles of roughing it. The answer of this nation-wid- e test of the Test Car Fleets an answer told in 300,000 tire miles weekly Is: RICH P MOLD, UNBROKEN . Goodrich CURE, has championed olonal amongst "tire makers. This is the TESTED" TRUTH of Goodrich Black Safety Treads? the TESTED TIRES within the corporate limits of that city. The judgo stated that he desired lu call the attention of his next grand jury tu idleness and nTu ineuns of getting the attention of the jurors upeciilcally called to the matter ho anted the exact number who are violating the vagrancy law. The action of Judge Shackelfoid Is along the light line und should Lu imitated by cery Circuit Judge In the state. This Ij nu ti.ne for idleness. Those who won't work should not be allowed tu eat bread. Thert is work and plenty of it for every man to get u job who is nble tu work. Wo should liko to sec Judge Layman do just what Judge Shuctelfurd has done. There ure a lot if loafers around Elizabeth-town- . You cun hardly go to the L. & N. station here that you do not see standing urouml from six to a dozen Many men who do nothing but loaf. of this class are worthless negroes who bootleg whisky, shoot craps and woi?t work. It is a good time to put stout people to work to escape indictment under the vagruncy law, or else force They huvo them to skip the town. been offered good waged to work In 3C 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT llight now this Country Is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in tho air. The exigency now confronting us einphtslzes, ns nothing else could do, the importnrce of good health, both as an Individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, of ten emanating from this ollice, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless posWhen you II nil yourself running down und not exactly session. keyed up to the fighting pitch, ag is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come tu Nature's relief and take n course of COM-CEL-SA- R of America. BUY THEM. They must give you lasting value service. kmtltUTU SB QgiSiUTIwSocto IN Rj The ONE foundation of lastta. resilient fabric tires is the UNIT full, THE B. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, Ohio Maker of Uio famous Silvcrtown Cord Tires VrUcU won Uw 1916 lUu.iog ClnnirifciniMp For sale by all dealers. FM&S$$Z&$'"B03t' in the Lony Hurt" t"mm Psilrr firTliini Kj gardens or cut grass on the lawns but they decline. Somebody has to feed these trilling fellows and wo believe the best way to feed them Is at the county's expense by putting them to work on a rock pile or repairing roads. Away with the loafers and Idlers and in this way we can get rid of a number who belong to the criminal class." We heartily agree with the Etown News and hope Judge Friable will fall In line on J see that all of our loafers are put to work. Gov. Stanley ssys there are only two classes that live olT of. people for nothing the German about the aristocrat and a lousu-w- hat Lancaster loafer? ILcgnlly jjuarnntccd to satisfy you, or meney back If you'll do that, you will not experience tho discomfiture of being sent back homo for lark of red blood when you nr.swer tho call of the colors. sells at Ono Dollar tor threeo boxes, legally guaranteed for the stOQiach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigestion nnd headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE Is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWHOY LINIMENT, for nil Pains, bruises, , burns, etc. 25c isjfid 50c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-Whlte-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. 3C IE 1L 31 The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. is; IS -- I 3 Z i RED CROSS CAMPAIGN T. J5 JULY IQ, 11, 12th. GARRARD COUNTY'S GOAL For The American RED GROSS Fund. ! I I I I i ml do ho he lo. ter ev (EVERY MAN, WOMEN AND CHILD WILL BE CALLED UPON DURING THE ABOVE DATES TO MAKE A CONTRIBUTION 1 i L. , THE i GARRAED 1917, co-operati- COUNTY RED CROSS CHAPTER I m was organized the Garrard County Red Cross Chapter. The local oi every man, woman ana enna in laarrara county to contriDute I chapter asks tne something to this fund. The Red Cross is the only volunteer organization for Relief of War or Civilian, authorized by the United States Government, by Act of Congress, and Presidential and non Proclamation. Its accounts are audited by the War Department. It is political. It is organized to furnish aid to sick and wounded of armies in time of war, .and to devise and carry on measures of relief for those suffering great disaster in time of peace. Monday, May 28th, on I non-sectari- an H The most stupendous and appealing call in the history of the world to aid suffering humanity confronts our Red Cross. Millions of men who have been fighting for liberty lie dead or wounded; millions of women and children are homeless and helpless; hundreds of towns and villages have been destroyed; diseases and distress are' rampant. Up to now our own people have not suffered. While Europe has been pouring out her life blood, America has experienced a prosperity she has never known before. But now we ourselves are in this gigantic war. We now see that the struggle against Autocrocy and tyranny which our Allies have been making, Is and has from the first been, in reality, no less our struggle than theirs. We ourselves must now share the suffering which they have endured: we to, must do our part in a real way. I Joining the Garrard County Red Cross Chapter or contributing to this fund does not involve any field service, nor other cial obligations, other than the pa mern ot tne aues, or ine amount you wisn to contriDute to mis runa. u meny iiicmia helping to do your bit for finan- i w ome Country Humanity NOW IS THE TIME TO DO YOUR BIT. The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED. OPTICAL PREPAREDNESS. If you need Glasses, have your eyes Weekly. tl.00 a yeah! tested, and your glasses fitted by the bsued Byrne Optical Service, at Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, now. J. E. RODINSON. Editor. . J. J' Byrne, Optometrist and Optician. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mtir. Entered t Ihe I'oit once In Second-Clas- DON T THROW AWAY I.ancltr, Ky., Mull Matter. ESTES Harmon Davis the nine months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Bates died nt their home nenr Preachersville Thursday morning, Juno 21. Many Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., Jane 28, 1917 friends extend their deepest sympathy to the bereaved family. ENLIST! There will he n Recruiting Officer in this City, June 29, 1917, who will Demonstrate a Lewis Machine Gun and Machine operation to the public nnd will glndly give you an information regarding the Armj. Kentucky's own regiments are still lacking a fewOod men. Wc want only the best. MakVyourself one of Kentucky's best Join now. AskJ the man in unifot m. BOLINGTON, Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Olfi:es . . .$ 5.00 10.00 and District Offices.... 15.00 For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publitations in the Interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line I "or County Office tor State Miss Ruth Lanier Ray, of Decatur. Illinois, and Master Carroll Cooley of Indianapolis, are her to spend the Your Worn mm TIE ES. You can get 5,000 to 10,006 More miles out of them Come and let us half-sol- summer with the parents of the for mer, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ray of Buckeye. Miss Ray entered Bowling Green College the first of June, where she will resume her senior work for ix weeks. She has nccepted n position in the city school of Monticello, III, for this year. While she will be ono of the best salaried teachers, it Is not flattering as her work in the past three years has beon highly commendable in that state. She is classed as one of the most and enthusiastic teachers in e your tires at the following low prices: y Non-Ski- d Non-Ski- d Mrs. Susie Bolington, aged 53 years action of the Democratic Primary, and a resident of Cincinnati, died at August 1917. the home of her son, Mr. J. S. Merchant on the Danville pike Wednesday morn County School Superintendent. ing. The burial will take place in the Lancaster cemetery this afternoon. MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. Mrs. Bolington was born in Owen county and was u devoted member of County Court Clerk. the Bantist church. She is survived by four children. J. 0. BOGIE, JEPTIIA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. ATTENTION CANDIDATES. J. BRUCE LAWSON. All those desiring their names put upon the ballot at the primary August Assessor. 4th, must file their papers on or before E. B. RAY. Magistrate District No. 1. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the 30x3 ? 1 3 8.73 10(50 1.20 35xL 30x1 . 3".34 31x3!4 H.-34x- 31x15. ..'.XT,;! 37x4 K 35x5 30x5 31x1 J.. -3- 13.05 18.50 1805 22.3f 23.10 23.55 21.3." nun 10.75 J7.15 17-7- her county. as a leader and She is recognized has been very active in organizing Mothers Clubs, installing Domestic Science and Manual Training, also fully equipped her school with play ground 2x1 .. 31x1 37x5 20.30 20.75 27,75 Firs! Class Second Hand Tires for Sale at a Low Price. We Will also Take in Your Old Tires at Good Prices on New Ones. J. II. CLARK. Magistrate District No. 2. LOGAN ISON. County July 4th, with the county court clerk. Under the Corrupt Practice Act. all entering the primary must file with the county clerk on July 20th a complete list of all expenditures, to whom paid and for what purpose." This must be done on thi day only, not a day sooner or a day later. Attorney. EXEMPTION BOARD. Dr. J. M. Acton. G. T. Ballard Jr., and John M. Farra. have been appointed by Governor Stanley on the Gar GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. N pparatus. While accepting this position at Mon ticello, she is doing so at a sacrifice of a more lucrative one at Edmond, Okla., where he brother. Prof. L. B. Ray, is located. Miss Ray received her training in the State Normaljif Richmond and be gan her teaching in Garrard county. She partly owes her success to close with the County Superin tendent, trustee anil parents. Her many Garrard friends wish her continued success in her chosen field. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. f Boyle County Auto .Supply . Company. Telephone No. 31 . T State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, JAY W. HARLAN. J. R. MOUNT. '"Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN BALLARD. County Judge. CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. A. D. FORD. We are authorized to announce John S. Ham, a candidate for the nomination for Magistrate for district No. 3, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held August 4th 1917. SENATORIAL CANDIDATES. 'the three senatorial candidates for the Democratic nomination for this district. Messrs J. R. Mount, II. Clay KaufTman and Jay Harlan, had their inning here last Monday, when J. It. Mount announced that he would speak at the court house and invited his opponents to be on hand. The house wa3 well filled with friends of the speakers and all received hearty applause from their supporters. Mr. Mount led off with the first speech and gave many reasons why ho should be nominated and many reasons whv his opponents should not be nom inated. His talk was along conversational lines which wus convincing to his friends, while the ridicule that he heaped upon his opponents, was likewise applauded by them. He was fol lowed by Mr. Harlan of Boyle in u very masterly address, always trying to keep in the minds of his bearers that it was "Boyle county's time". Mr. Kauifman was tho last speaker and his friends claim that he made the best speech of his life. He recounted the work ho had done in tho last Legislature and said he was wilting to stand pat "on that record which he thought good enough to insure his nom ination in the coining primary and his election in November. Mr. Kuullinaii had many friends in tho audience who applauded him heurMly nomination is assured. and claim his rard CoiintyExemption Board. Under CHAUTAUQUA CLOSES the present plans of the War Depart ment in carrying out the selective And Contrac's Are Closed For Another draft, those called will be chosen by daawing their names from n wheel in "Year. Washington. The local board will be notified of the numbers they must pass Tie Redpath Chautauqua closed its on. Those claiming an exemption will session here last Monday appear before the local board at the fourth annual night, Much interest has been mani" proper time to state their case. fested throughout the entire program and good crowds have attended every MRS. MARSEE HURT. meeting. Suflicient pledges were seand While returning from the Masonic cured for its return another the contract was c'oscd with more than celebration at Crab Orchard last Mrs. Nouh Marsee received forty guarantors that insures it a finanpainful injuries in an auto accident on cial success to tho Redpath people, on the Kirksville pike about five miles their next return. Mr. E. M. McConoughey, the super from Lancaster. The brakes on the car failed to work and in turning n intendent made his first ollicinl bow to Lancaster audience this year and slurp curve, Mr. Marsee who was driving, lost control and the car was ditch made many friends during his stay. All the men connected with tho tent ed, resulting in the above injuries to No other occupants were splendid young men and they also Mrs. Marsee. were hurt. Mrs. Marsee was brought made friends, who hope fo sec them all year. to tho home of Mr. Joe Turner in this back again next city where she received medical atten y-- ar y, f DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Walnut, Between 4th and 5th. r I V tion. CAMPAIGN PREWITT. To Be Pushed For American Red Cross Fund On Wednesday, June 20th, Mrs. Ella Prewitt, oldest daughter of Mr. Ebb Scott died at the Danville Hospital after an operation for appendicitis. She lingered ten days after the opera set up which tion, but complications caused her death. Besides her father she is survived by one little girl about six years old and two brothers and ouu si3ttr. Mrs. Prewitt, was nhout 25 years old and a devout member of the Baptist church. The remains were brought to Paint Lick last Thursday morning where th interment took place, the services being conducted by of Preachersvill? Rev. .Robinson, Much sympathy is extended the be reaved father in tho loss of this lovable and affectionate daughter. LANCASTER TO HAVE NEW CEMETERY. MAY JOIN HOSPITAL UNIT. Dr. Virgil G. Kinnaird who has tendered his services to the Medical Reserve Corp and now only awaits his commission, has been tendcredy Dr. Barrow of Lexington, a position with the Base Ilqspital Unit, which will be made up mostly of resident physicians Of Lexington. Dr. Barrow's unit will be made up of twenty of the best young surgeons of Lexington, two dentists and about sixty nurses. This unit as soon as equipped will sail immediately for France for war service. In the vary near future Lancaster is Last week to have a now cemetery. P. W. Wells Messrs J. S. Haselden, and II. C. Hamilton of this city closed a trade witli the Boylo heirs for their entire property on Crab Orchard street. The new owners will as soon as poss ession is given October 1st, have a landscape gardener from Brinkly Ark ansas, take charge of the property and beautify it, grading, laying out drives. planting scrubbvry etc, to mako it one of the most beautiful little cemetery in the State. Mr. II. C Hamilton will be the Secretary of the new Company. Mr, J. S. Haselden Is one of Lancas citizens, al ter' most public-spiriteways looking to the beautifying and advancement of his homo town. As much as we may lament it, atlll it Is a fact, that the old cemetery Is fast be coming filled up and the day is not far distant when this will be much needed ground. At a meeting of the finance committee of the Garrard County Red Cross Chapter yesterday morning it was unanimously decided that the campaign for American Red Cross Fund be pU3hcd to its utmost and named July 10th, 11th and 12th as tiro days when the "drive" will be made throughout the entire In the meantime Iccl interest county will be aroused in tho UilTeient fections of the county, with noted speakers led by its local pastors, beginning next Sunday afternoon and evening. As wc go to press the pastors of the various churches in the county are being communicated with that the organization for holding the several meetings may be completed and thoroughly ndverthed throughout the neighborhood, that no ono Will miss a single meeting called in the interest of the Red Cross. The program so far has been that Rev. II. S. Hudson und (i. B. Swine-broawill address thepcoplout Hiatts-vill- e and all members of the Fairvlew church ure asked to join with them at meeting next Sunday afternoon ht !) o'clock, July 1st. On the same after noon and at the same hour Rev, l- - M, Tinder and J. 10. Robinson will speak at the Sycamore school house, at the same tim'e Rev. V. D. Palmctcr and R. II. Tomlinson will address the people at Herrings school house. A Union meet ing at Pleasant Grove next Sunday! and JJryants-vill- o n!gh,t. Including the Mr. John McCully and Miss Annie Dill-gennnd o uui:mcntiillou Miles Ray, of Buckeye, were quietly nnd mod, ration uro llu- - best Monday afternoon. married in Lancaster whereby to illmli In uuy excel FOR SALE-- : - Buggy and Harness. This marriage is of interest in this Hip lenc)'. 'Owen IVUttiam. . C. S. Ellis, Paint I.ick, Ky. community where thev are well known and their friends are congratulating LOST: Pocket book containing ten Making Play of Work. them and bidding them "God nttl." dollars, in bills. "Reward if left at this Makliik- - play of work l" often n good Ot-pd- ) office. to lclp. l.dvn wIm'H Kftllni: ihlldri-To Keep Intects Away. Thus, when wrklng the aid of it III the oven und burned ybunstcr to put; up thr plus from s Home grown FOR SALE; will keep placed on the pm'try the HcMir, let lilm or her no n horv-iho- o Bros, wheat seed., nwiiy. the Insects magnet fur tin- - purpiwy. You Gilberts Creek. Ky. can gut such n luucuet for ten rents. Rice for Ink Stains. . FOR SALE One riding and one VnMi the Ntolucd .nrtlclo, liking Exaggerated. walking cultivator, good as new. will boiled rice Instead of toop, mid then When wo retire! upon Ihe white of rinse In clear wnter. sell cheap. J. B. Woods, up egg that luii been Mttlng around In Paint Lick. Ky. fl'io refrigerator, apparently waiting to be used up in wuncttilng, utmost There's a Difference. An tplgrumiiinth't wiya n ilasslcnl e'yer luce wo can iiuieiiilipr, wo think TOBACCO STICKS. yducntlon Is for lonviTcnllon nnd the that till IIils talk aliou! ihe American fs Can furnish any quantity of split oilier kind for ue. PltWrnrsh Dis- housewife's rockiest rxtrnwnnce Bomcwliat exnwnitcd nftcr ifll Cotobacco sticks. Place order early. Call patch. lumbus (Ohio) Slnti Journal. or write. J. T. Centers, I.ick, Ky, Route !?, Paint diving Happiness. ' To Klto happlns.s mid to do good Is Mlidlrecilon of Efficiency. our only Inw, our anchor of salvation, Is tho art of elllclency, by nny LOOK! our beacon light und our reason for rhiincf, inlsdlri'iled? Misdirected IM'iice. Henri Frederic Auilcl. products us un end In Itself, For quick sate 1 oirer one Peering ryt ,towiud the development of binder, one McCormack Mower, one Some Strategy, udiily initlntli human ImlMdiiiils steel hay rake and one buggy, all ubout Mnrlo Willi (nt tin. beach) "Kit Is joyouj worker, to whom product Is n as good U4 new and for less than half nulto n clever mk-Iiigeneral." Jane by product, wealth an Incident men price. See J. Y. Robinson at Kengar-I- t Glllla "Yin. Hhe went through hist who, for tho ery Joy of the working, beitkoti'K rninpnlgii without tho Ions lit work ejplo-lvil- y. n Hotel. J. F. Robinscn, Iiidu.trlul Miimigo-mcu- t. C Macon, Ga. ri mull." I.lfo. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS . J RAY McCULLY , By Decrees. A man would Winder nt the mighty which lime hi'in done by thlUK PORE BRED POLAND HOGS, FOR CHINA SALE. We have the Spotted Poland China fall males ready fur service. Fall gilts Cun und snring pigs of both sexes. mate them if desired. If Interfiled, Lawsou und Montgomery, write, Ruvcnwood, Mo. OPTICAL PREPAREDNESS If you need Glasses, have your eyes tested, und your glasses fitted by the Byrno Optical Service, ut Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, June 25th to 30th. J. J. Byrne, Optometrist and Optician. via Louisville & Nashville Railroad Limit P.ouoJ Trip Touml Faict from Lancultl NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 marls Haiti-mor- churches. , Union meeting at Cartersville Sunday NOTICE. night next and Friday n'ght next at Paint I.lck. Every one Is asked to anPersons having claims against the nounce these meetings and to sec that estate of Mr. A. S. Haselden will pregood crowds attend. sent same to mo properly proven at night about once. Those knowing themselves in LOST- :- Wednesday Hyattsville a Copenhagen Blue Coat. debted to said estate will please call ut G. T. Ballard. Liberal reward if returnedo this office once and settle. Executor, or Woods Walker. Reduced Fares to many olUtt cities and In Ihe fail and ftorth e, Variable route fares ovollable through Wnsiilncton, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Nltigara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adirondack!, Luke Chuniploln, und other cities anil resorts of the Eutt and North, including trips on Atlantic anil Great ' aaHaVi Lake Steamers. Tor particular!, raici, foMtra, etc, apply C. M. PATTERSON, Ticket Agent The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 191 7. I Mr. William- - Hoover was some inulei here lait Monday. buying Last Call Just a few suits left, which are going at Wonderful Values See Them. I Mcssrit J. It. Cornn nnd Hob Ueane, were In Cincinnati, Tuesday. j Master John Woods, of Stanford, visiting bis uncte Mr. 0. IlrlRht Swine bruad. Mr. John llnrton int; children nnd four interest' are visiting Mrs.. John Walter. The Misies Chautauo.ua. T lloltzclaw Will their aunt. Mrs. ) Were l.aweoti with for CARD OF TRANKS. . m very grateful to the friends and neighbors who were so kind and Mr. Wade H. Wnlker who has been Ihoughlful during the illness and utter in Dallas, Texas for the past six months tiie death or our mother Mrs. Susie l returned home last week and is with his Ilohnglon nnd asure all that such kindnesses will not be forgotten. parents Mi. nnd Mrs. A. K, Walker, I J. S. Merchant. Mr, Joe Cabell Itnm-e- y left for N, C. laU night for n stny of sev eral weeks He will accent a nositinn with his uncle, Mr. Joe McCormick for the summer. I j ' Ash-vlll- e, Mr. JooMcCormlck nnd children left for Ashvllle, N. C. hut night after n visit of several weeks with relatives and friends over the county. Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. Helm of More land, have been jjuesU of Mr. aiid.Mri", It... Duiiurii. i i (tin ) Mrs. Jas. lluckhannon of Husionville has been visltim; her dauchter. Mrs, I Tom llallard. ,u Mrs. Rodman Wiley, accompanied Senator George Karris nnd Mr. and Gov- NOTICE AND ernor Stanley from Frankfort IjsI Sue day evening, and attended the Ited Closs meeting at the Chautauqua tent. Miss Dora I). Scott of Walnut Hills High School, Cincinnati, is at home fori the summer vacation. Miss Scott, is' a fine athletic girl and has just received a medal of hoiur in the gymnasium work of her school. Miss Elizabeth Hrvnnt. nf llrvnnu. ville, and Mis May Powell of this place left Weclnsday to take the summer course nt Richmond Normal. These attractive-youn- g teachers are also progressive, keeping up witn new thoughts and ideas. Air. (). T. Laytou Jr., of Cincinnati. has been in the city on business during the past week. He is the traveling for the firm of Hubbard, Hous and Ragsdale, succeeding his I have opened up a EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING est weaves and patterns and wash skirtings of all kind, for mid summer use. TWO MONTHS OF OPPORTUNITY During the months of July and August," our store will be alive with bargains, as we must work our stock down two make room forour enormous fall stocks which will soon be arriving daily. i. ' of thin materials for dresses in the new- Joseph Mercantile Go The Quality Store. The One Price Store. father who was with the firm for a Mr. J, O. Iloie H at home for n few number of years. Ollie seems just ns weeks to stimulate his campaign for clever as hUAther and we predict that he will make friends fast with the pat County Court clerk. rons oi his lit ir. I Mr. and Mrs. lien Ham, of Somerset, 'are with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rankin Henley Hastin, leading light of the on the Danville pike. new Lancaster Electric Light & Power Mrs. V. I.. Iirowning nnd little son, Company, and one of the livest wiles lloliert, have returned from a visit to of the Garrard capital, was over in ' Richmond early this week seeing what her parents in Lebanon. splendid results are accomplished with Mr. Joe Walker Jr. has returned the current when used for home fn,m n visit to his sister. Mrs. power. Mr. Hastin is nutting in a HreVer, in Chelsea, Okla. splendid brand new plai.t anil is going I Mr. and Mrs. I'. H. Evans and chil to "give his patrons in Lancaster some-dren, of Ixindon, have been guests of thing to be proud of. -- Richmond I I 1 Reg-ster. .Mrs. Calloway and little daughter hmlnence is visiting her mother lira, Pantile Walker. Mrs. Zareldn (iulley Is enjoying pleasant visit with relatives in and near Itlclimond. Mrs. (i. II. Dobvna of Danville dins returned home after enjoying Lances ter's,Chautauqua. Mr. 1. N. Alundge o( htantord, was here Monday, shaking hands with his numerous friends. Miss Isabel West, the attractive guest of Miss Elizabeth Gibhs, return. ed home yesterday. Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford, was the guest of Misj Jane Haseldeu, during Chautiiuiua, PLUMBING TIN SHOP in I.mica.stcr, over Mount & Co's., store. I Hive J. R. guarantee niy work to satisfaction and my prices will be right. Your business will 1,2 appreciated. P. B." WILLIAMS COME I I Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Coinn. and get a bargain in all JOHN DEERE BINDERS,, Mowers, Stackers, Steel and People Sweep Rakes, Walter A. Wood! Mowers, Durham A About NN V firUI Mention of the Comings and iiuingi i y Tnoic wi Art inttrcittd In. Culti-packer- s. J. ..... .. .... Miiauti una iriuuifll lu Ills I. Case Thrashers ami Plow Tractors, (i II. '.Associated (Jus Eiijjine home in Howling (Jreen. 'A II. P. Air Cooled Gas Kiijjine. will soli cheap, also Birdsell Wagon. and .. . mi.. aii: v.... i. . t im .tira. uy Davidson for Chuutauqun this woek. Mr. Wade Walker Jr. is nt home ""ho Square Deal House. after spending three months in Dallas Texas. D 1C E Mr. Herbert Kills, of Wilson, N. C. is the guest of Mr. W. It. llurton ami other friends. J. R. MOUNT & CO. DI1 r.M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. 1'HONKS i t Will Severance, of Stnnford were hero for Chautauqua Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. oiiico r. Kesldence 'i'. 3 LANCASTER, E KENTUCKY. Alaster r,Hrl Ward Clark spent last week with his grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Miss Alargurot Hackley of George Miss Virginia Dinwiddie, who has town is here for a visit to tier niece been the guest of Miss Annie llelle Mrs. I. 1, Hamilton. Hallatd, has returned to her home m Mr. anil Mrs. Jack Davis of Paint Air. and Mrs. R. C. Hatfield enter Lick, spent Monday with her parents tained nt a delightful six o'clock course Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Mallard. uniner lasi i nursuay, Covers were Miss Llnrn Cooper has returned to lam for the following guests, Mrs. her home in Stanford after u pleasant Young of Adair county, Prof. Hatfield and Miss Clara Collier of Crab Orchard, visit to Miss Annie Kinnard. Dr. A. A. Hatfield and Miss Dora Mor-for- d Mr. Jess Hocker, of Stanford, and of Danville, I daughter, Mrs. Francis, were with Mr, Danville and Miss Mr. R. E. hit tick! of Carrie Reid, and Dr. Alex Denny and family bundav. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and children. Mr. Iiradley Watson, who holds i .Miss Minnie Parker Durban! has been lucrative position in Middletown Ohio made corresponding secretary ot the lias been here visiting his parents. Federation of Women's Clubs of KenMr. and Mrs. Hnght Herring and tucky. The election of this very at little daughter, Margaret, have been tractive Danville young lady took place n tl.itin., ....1..,:...... ir....n at a meeting held in Louisville recently. airs. 1 oung, who has Leen visiting Miss Durham is well titled to occupy She gradher daughter. Mrs. K. C. Hatfield, has this responsible position. returned to her home in Adair county. uated from K. C. W. in 1911. and since that time lias taken a special course in Mrs. itockwcll Smith, of Danville, has short-hanstenographic work and been the guest this week of Mr, and domestic science so she is, conversant Mrs. Saulley Hughes on Richmond with many departments of cluL work. street. She will adorn the olllce not only with Mrs. A, II. Harned has returned to a thorough understanding of her work, her home at Lebanon Junction after a but with n personal charm and dignity beauty and poise. visit to her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Joe and n high-bre- d Danville Advocate. Nevius. Miss Durham is known to many of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook. Mr. W. li. tne Lancaster cluu women, they to Uurtmi. Mr. Herbert Ellis and Val gether with thoie who know of her are Cook motored to Lexington for the day greatly pleased with her election to Tuesday. this important place in club life. TRIMMED HATS We have marked our $5.00 Hats down to $3.50 down to $7.50 v and have made cuts on all ready to wears and shapes, (or cash only. See for yourself. $10. Hats Rella Arnold Francis Public Square The question has often be'en asked. How about THE HUPMOBILE AND DODGE BROS CAR Ask the following home people who have bought these Cars this Spring, and who are getting perfect satisfaction from them. Mr Stapp, Hupp, Mr Swincbroad, Hupp, Mr Dalton, Hupp, Mr Cress, Hupp, Mr House, Hupp, Mr King, Hupp, Mr Thompson, Hupp, Mr Rubel, Hupp. Mr Sutton, Dodge, Mr Elmore,.Dodge, Mr Smith, Dodge, Mr Herring, Dodge, Mr Rubel, Dodge, Mr Tuggle, Dodge, Misses Fannie and Bettie West, Dodge. Phone us, we will be pleased to show you. 0 Arcade Garage KINNAIKD Go. ' BROS. Managers. Miss Suian K Sutton, of Marksbury Moreland. and Master J. I, WatUins were guest Ml". (Irnrii Mnnn nf f'lii.r,i la l.n- of Mr nnd Mrs J, I. Hamilton during for n I riinaiMtcn linvimv li.mn iii.inu the Chautaun.ua. on recently. He is with Mr. and Mrs. W. li. Mason. Mr. anil Mrs. Logan Woods, nnd Mr. and Mrs, John Lynn motored from Judge James Prather was in the city Danville and spent the evening with last monjay shaking hands witli his old Mrs. John Mount. friends whom he had not seen for Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Burton enter- several months. tained nt an elegant six o clock dinner Friends i egret the departure of Mrs. in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson Jerry Itespess nnd daughters. Misses of Howling Green. Sue S. Tisher and liettie to make their Misses Wilma and Stella Henry, home In the South. Maud and Minnio Conn, have returned Mrs. W. 1). Hall and attractive little from it pleasant visit with Mr. mid daughter, Margaret, aru in Campbells-ville- , Mrs. V. It. Henry of Klrksville. for a two weeks visit to her sisMiss Ophelia Lackey of Stanford. ter, Mrs. W. T. Malone. Mrs. Knimii Kuutl"mim of Lancaster, have been the guests of Mrs. M. C. Misses Mary and Jennie Harr, of Williams. Somerset Journal. Paint Lick have been visiting Misses Margaret and Nellie O'Hearn, and atMr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris ',o( and Mr. und Mrs. J. It, Harris. tended the Chautauqua. spent aunuay with their in Mrs. A. K, Lackey of Kansas Citj.t parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mo., and Mrs. Itussell lirou n of Stan-- i .Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Henry and little ford, are here vi.lling their parents, ' son, Jas Milnon, .Mr: uivJ Mrs. Clay Mr. und Airs. S. D. Cochrun. Clark cud son Cecil, lit and Mrs. Edd Mr. ur.d Mrs. S. II. Aldridge and Clink spent Sunday with Mrs. W. G. children nnd Miss Marie Kysar, all of Chrk and family. Paris Crossing, lnd are visiting friends Mrs. D. M. Lackey has returned and relatives in the city nnd county. from u visit to relatives ut Richmond Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Cornn, Misses where she was the recipient of much social attention, having a number of Anderson, Sallie Lutz und Etta Robdinlng9 and luncheons given in her inson, motored to Hebron, Sunday afternoon and were guests of Mr. and Honor, Mrs. Poynter. Miss Annie llelle llurnside, of Lan Miss Annie (Catherine Arnold, caster, Messss llonta and Drown, of llarrod-sburof Dirmiiighani, Ala, anil Mrs, Elmer were in the city last Monday Haydcn of San Angelo, Texas, are the trying to buy some mule colts. They guests of Mrs. John S. Baughian. succeeded in locating some good ones Danville Advocate, and made a few purchases. . A 1, 1 A . Ills Byrne Optical Service I. Eyes Tested, 18 Years Experience. a v 1 glasses Fitted, llYears in Central Ky. LATEST STYLES IN SHELTEX & ZOLONITE RINS Will be at KENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER JUNE 25th to 30th. Optometrist, J. J. BYRNE, I Employ 110 .... A(!ents. Optician. The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. i f A few drer l One Drop tho (tW'seVBWsse. iaVB& aw Mt urkanPauHrvRtmAr In . .ml rriTrnH white V llrthoca.cholcra ami other chicK makes ilbraw. One At alo-ab11 milling of mllelm. le mail tnntpalil. multry Uli tire on miuoaU MHKI ItHII CI.,lMlalM.(. nrfl ALL AROUND THE FARM LEGUMES amf-Als- DAIRY WISDOM. - THE - Don't sacrifice any heifer calf cow. from a flrit tin 4 ilut Olvo ench talf u ili.mro to drink water at len't twlee each tin)-, ARE VALUABLE. Sold by R. E. McRobe ris. THE YOUNG BRIDE'S rorn, cotton and h.mlliir cro.w gave I ct Tlieir wedding tuur had ended, and ter yield when following tlto.n ttiui n they entered tlieir new home to fettle when planted after the crnlii down to what they hoped to be one long graM. The reason for thl.' fact, b.i . uninterrupted blissful honeymoon. ever. I of more riven t tllseovery Hut i But alass! the young bride'a troubles the fiiet Itself. soon began, when he tried to rednce The soli enriching, lestitnlujin plnii: the cost of livinz with cheap "blgcan ixusosi normally iukIiiIo attcrlied t tlHr roots. These are due t His pre baking powders. She soon discovered that nil she got enee of great numhers of tuifrli, was a lot for her money, ard it was not niliiute living nrgaiilMiit whleli e.iter -- all baking powder, for the bulk of it the roots from til.' soil. T.i in tlieir ll(-- In the fact that they was cheap materials, which had no luUiortniHV the poner of nlxorhlm; iiilm-geleaveing power. Such powders will not IKines from the air an It circulates In the always give the desired results. And soli nod turuiiu It Into iimiiii;.ii.!i because of the absence of leavening which aro readily utllljed Inthegrowili ens, it requires from two or three times of the plants. Plants to which as much to raise cakes or biscuit as It bacteria nro nut nttnrlnil derive the gmwlli from nltrosen riiiilriil for does of Calumet llaking Powder. Thus eventually, the actual cost to you, of cheap baking powders, is more than Calumet would be. Cheap baking powders often leave the bread bleached and acid, sometimes yel low and alkaline, and often unpalatable Tiiey arc not always of uniform strength and quality. Now the bricks buys Calumet-t- he perfectly wholesome baking powder, moderate in price, and always uniform and reliable. Calumet keep indefinitely makes cookng easy, and is certainly the most ecnomical after all. n tlit-i- o tli-I- . FIRST DISCOVERY Furnish Nutritious Feed For Anlmsli o Enrich the Sail. irrepWj by Unltcil Hlnlii Oe.aiiTcnt ui arli'i'tun Farmers havo known for centtirl.x Unit the clotcr. alfalfa, heim an I pl'.H I'lirlolKll till H I'll, mi (lint UlMt (live the cows n phhI feetllng of hay lie fun- - turning Into tho fresh pasture. Put the cows on the low ground where the coarse grass springs up mid grows rankly at the start. If this grass Is left It becomes Mugli and will not bo eaten nt alt. Cnlves can le rnlseil perfectly on sklminllk. t Piano Sale Now in progress at Beazley & Co's. Northwest corner of Square,is meeting with great success. Several pianos were sold last week which shows that the public appreciate real values. Never was such a beautiful stock shown here and at prices that only the manufacturers can make. IT IS AN opportunity you cannot afford to miss. It is the time to secure that piano you have so long promised your family. THIS STOCK was purchased before the advance In prices, which went into effect June 1st, which means a double saving to you. COME TODAY. The balance of the stock will not last long. Convenient terms can be arranged with out extra cost to you. Every piano fully warranted for ten years and backed up by local merchants of undoubted responsibility. 4! !!( i- - t SUMMER SILAGE CROPS. Provision Should Bo Mad to Tld Ovor Scant Pasture Porlod. Dairy farmers who liao not already made preparations for tiding cows over the pcrlixl of InsiiiUclent pastures In Into summer und fall should not forget that many cows went nearly dry last July anil August, says u Pennsylvania Agricultural college bulletin. Huch conditions may be avoided and lnc. Music In the home is Indlspensible because of its refining Influence. AT THE TERMS and prices these pianos and player pianos are being sold, leaves no excuse for anyone delaying the purchase now. THERE are no more satisfactory pianos on the market than the dentally the dairyman's bank account strengthened by n little forethought. Maintaining tho milk flow during the period of Insufficient pasture may Is) aceoinpllshiMl by feedlntf additional grnlu, by feeding soiling crops and by feeding ullage. Feeding Milling crops In addition to the pasture secured by the cows helps to maintain the milk How nt moderate cost. The objection to this method Is Wanted You to get our free catalog on the labor and planning necessary In planting ami rutting such crops at the proper time. I'nless one has some silage from last year's feeding soiling crops offer the mot feasible feeding plan for the coming summer. The liesr, cheapest mid most practl cal way to tide over short pastures Is to have an ample supply of corn silage. Plan to have enough left over from winter feeding to take care of the short pasture Jierhsl. This Involves less labor than sollliu crops, nnd the feed Is handy mid ready fur use whetcver needed. Wilson pianos. & Sons whose wonderful tone has been the admiration of great artists everywhere. Fifteen of Stanfords leading citizens have purchased these Fruitand Shade Trfies Shrubs, Grace Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Seed Potatoes, Dah lias, Ete. Write for free Catalogue. Strawberries, Critnaon cluer b!ioIo the most ailvanred stage ct rtivnlns tint la allowable to use for lull The summer silo should l rather narrow In diameter so that the Mtage may lie fed ut this rate of thrciTlnches dally to pretcnt spoiling. llegln iiuw to plan for n corn ncreagc sulllclelit to Insure silage for next Mini, mcr's feeding. It will keep well with the exception of n small amount on top. Put up an extra alio If needed. In the meantime plant some soiling crops for use this summer. CALVES UNPROFITABLE. Remember that .our factory introductory prices are only in force during this sale, which means that you can secure one one of the worlds finest pianos at or near the same price usually asked for a very medium grade. Everyone is invited to our daily demonstrations of the wonderful Wil son fi Sons Player PianoThe finest on the market and at a price slightly in advance of a straight or playerless piano; Pianos delivered anywhere at a positive saving of from $60.00 to $150.00. J. L. BEAZLEY & CO. . ' ' Consumo Moro Food In Milk Thin They tho soil alone. In eonoqueiici! legunil Produce In Meat. No Agta. nous plants In general coutaiu moro nl Veal cnlves from dairy cows gener-ar- e trogen than the nonlegumlnous. They therefore richer feeds, and If they ally lose money for their owners, nnd H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. nre returned In whole or In tart to thoi when these calies are kept until a soil tbey Increase Its nitrogen content year old the loss Is cicu greater, Is thd Lexington, Kentucky. and tlim promote the growth of the fol- Information brought by cost account 1916 . 1841. lowing crop. A third advantage In records of the Ohfii agricultural experiherds. their use is tho fact that when fed In ment station for twenty-silive stock the resulting inn mi 10 bag an The mill: used to grow thuao calves Is unusually liicli fertilizing value. often of tuoro value as human food Umler onflnary clrciilnstanccs tho than the Veal proJuced". best way to dlsiwse of tbeso crops Is In the twenty Ix dalrjr herds eightto feed them to AH een owners lost money oil raising The undersigned hereby g" warn' of stock wUl benefit from them. kinds Al; for veal. The average loss on ing to all persons not to trespass upon falfa hay can be substituted In part caltes 323 veals was about f 1.03 a head. Tho our lands tor any purpose whatever as for such concentrates as wheat bran averaito loss on raising 341 calves In we will prosecute all offenders to ful and cottonseed meal for both dairy thirty herds studied was (0.00 for the lest extent of t- - law. Hunters and. and beef cattle. Ited, alslke and sweet first j ear. Only Hvu dairymen among clover and field peas aro less nutri- the thirty raised calves at a profit. Fishermen especially take notice. When dairymen get a high price for Eil & N li Price R. L. Elkin tious, but they are nevertheless more valuable than ahead by selling milk II. C. Arnold. J. C. Uigsby. grass or other timothy, redtop, orchard calves they would be ruining such noiilegumes. rather thnu Mrs. E. I.. Frazee John Tatum. Furthermore, the fertilizing value of for veal or iHtef. The milk would It. L. Arnold. T. It. Slavin. a leguminous crop need not be lost bring a higher price for human food C. M. Moberly. K. L. Darker. when It Is fed. From 7." to 00 per cent than the veal produced from It. Puro II. M. Lear. of this fertilizing nlue can bo given to bred calves usually bring higher prices S. C. Rigsby. Julia Parks Sirus Daily. tho soil If tho umniiro from the live for breeding purposes, and In such We will add other names for 25 cents stock Is spread promptly and properly. cases It Is prolltabto to raise them. The small percentage that Is lo.U Is Incash. significant In comparison with tho gain SWINE ON PASTURE. to tho lire stock. For ynrlous reasons, however, some Hogs Requlro Some Grain to Make good and some bad. the fanner docs HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Economical Gains. not always keep hiilllcleiit live Mock to Hogs on pasture require grain for This Agreement Witnesscth; That, furnish enough iiritiure for the requiregreatest profits In iiork production, but Cudcr such )p n full feed Is not mmoiulcal when in order In protect the game on our, ments of the soli, lands for u period of three years we ciimstiinre.s a biilistltute must bo found, Isasturc Is plentiful nud grain high bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor nnd the most uvalhililo one Is n legu- priced. When com nlone Is fist n permit anybody else to do ro. and we minous crop, called, when grown for limited ration Is cousldcraldy cheaper green manure crop Ily I.(hiiiis! the forage prop tal:e.i tho place further agree to prosecute with dili- this purpose, a plowing under this crop humus Is add of much of the grain. gence all persons who violate the game cd to the soil In much tho same way Hogs fed nil tho gruln they would Iaws nf lviillt(kv fir franns4 immi nur ' that It Is by nppllcntluiis of miiitira nit made morn rapid but less issuioml-mlands for the purpose of hunting. And llecuusc they aNoudd nitrogen legume gains In feeding tests at the Ohio we further agree to act as Deputy aro moro desirable green manure erupt Agricultural Hvpeilmcnt station. They flame Wnrdens for tile purpoie of enr- - than uoiilegums's. sooner, howewr, can he mniketcd rvhg out this ugrectnent. Except each Ploucd under crops, howeter, obvi- which often Is an iidvuntago to farm- us have the right to kill rabbits on ously produce no direct ictiiru, nnd for CIS. of It Is desirable uhciioviv Some protein feisl, such as tankage our lanim or permit it to be done by that another under our supervision, or the posslblu that tho nunc land should or sklmmllk. Is recommended to In fed supervision of ecme responsible and produce during the seusun one en p fur In small quantity nloug with corn mid harvest and no rop for green pasture to pigs weighing less thnu 100 reliable person selected by us. In the Mint hern i nit of th? pounds. Pork induct Ion' Is usually too This November 15th, 1915. northeiu states giiitu. early potatoes expcnslie when such feeds nro given to K I. Eik in, J, E. Hobinson, and a number of ether uops me har- large hogs, especially If they lire on utlli Iently early fur them ti such pasture ns alfalfa, clover, rupo or Vf, II. Drown, vested Jno M. Furrn, Im folio irisl by u inleli ns a crop soy beans, nil of which uro high In W. U. Ilurton, Alex Walker, following I ho main one Is called. protein. T. A. Elkin. Iluteldeii llros.. When there Is no time to grow u secII Dalton, F. M. Tinder. ond crop befoio co'd weather, legiiui.M J. Cjio of Horses. Logan Hubble, may still bo used in winter Cover crops John II. Smith, Frequent currying and brushing will J. N. Itoss. to Insure a healthy condition of the horse. 0. M. Deshon, These serve three puiMses-ll- rt, II, II. Cox, take up utultahlo plant food that mlglU A few minutes xjioiit dally In currying Fiher Herring, Hughes llros, J. W. Sweeney, otherwise bo lcaili.il frcm the soilnud-lost- ; and brushing n horsitlstlme well spent. second, to protis't tho laud ugalnst Asldo from tiling tho animal a clean, W. M. Mahan, Withers llros. erosion; third, to supply winter glossy npiicarniicc, this dully brushing Wi'lism, Marcus and Jim White. In tho spring bo It. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pope. turned under for green they should Ited stimulates circulation. Tho skill Is nil manure. Important excretory organ und must Mrs. David Chenuult, Fnd J, Conn, clover, crimson clover and hairy vetch do Its work. W. It. Cook, mako good cover crops In tho north. be kept clean nud fico to J, iV. Elmore, In tho spring tho horses should bo Hulfman llros, A common pructl-iT. C. Itankin, U to mix hairy kept esMvlally clean, as thu long hour Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, vetch with rye. of work, dust, sweat and hcut nil W. It. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. to make proicr euro of tho skin a R. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, necessity, Soro shoulders and other afFeeding the Cow. Bright Herring. Too dairy cow must have a ration flictions, duo to lack of care on tho art A. D. Bradihaw, It. L. Darker. Scott IlulTmnp from which alio can produce milk If of the owner, have often caused great you expect her to mako a profitable re- loss of time nnd money, Farm and Wm. and LUtie Onstott. Fireside. turn for the feed- - Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. POSTED live-sto- ck. Fiv -- rr" Wk s ,ower Tire Cost Th an dyi, Ever NOW , mm For, in the old tiret not only cost r.iotorlit. more per tire, but were alto to far Inferior lo the present product, (hat the final cosl the cost per mile .was from SO to 100 or mora per cent, higher than you pmy now. S'.'," .TirVrlU.'R.Vut Co,J'' " and tho 'Plain , 'Nobby', the I l one for every need of prico and ute, produced by the Urgeit rubber manufacturer in the world, produced by the moil osperienced lire manufacturer In the world, produced by exclutlve, patented, Ttilc.nliinr. procect, produced of only the mod carefully selected materia!., hare so far eclipsed every other make of tire that Unlttd Slatei T!rt$ art famous for llietr m!Uaftlv!ng qualifies their low cott per mi'fe. time-trie- lSS The proof? tho consistent nnd persistent sales increases of United States Tires. trcmcn-do- u United States Tires 'Royal Cord' Vnltnl UIKS r r. .ire tar cvtry nr.-.- Are Good Tires 'Nobby' ntta aI . 'Chain' n. orr rrtcm ana Ute ... 'V,co' 'Plain' A f.fm' 552 thai Malt l Halt All Ih Strillng HWtnenii II ,ur nltlstal TiteNupitma. Stale TltHeS anj TIKE AVCI.S',0. i coin-bln- o A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried . . REX GARAGE, LANCASTER. The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. BRYANTSVILLE 1 DAIRYING AND SOIL CULTURE SILOS FOR DAIRYMEN. TRUE BLUE We are proud of our depositors, for we believe that we can say more for them, than any bank can say. Air. an Mrs, J. Ilngan Mallard spent Sunday In Lexington. Miss Elizabeth Hryant hss uoiio to Richmond to attend the Normal. Miss Winnie Klrliy of Howling Green is tho Riiest of Miss Cecil Howling. I .1 Most Economical Method of Storing Qrotn Fosd For Cattl. at Kainey'B Livery Stable. Kpcriment stations ntid the best Lancaster. -- . Kentucky Mn S. W. Halcotnli sold a nice walkcountry dairy nnd stock farms In this ing mare to Mr. Rogers of Taint Lick, Imvo proved beyond ilnubt that n Uo Is almost Indl'iioiuablo to n successful Phone for. $.100. Office Hours j dairy and live block business, snys tho 229. The sale Saturday of Mr. N. (J. Cobb IVimylvatila State rollecc. If Mich Is was wcllVtended and everything sold the ense, does not Its ncid then be- M. K. Denny and W. A. Wbeelei unusually high. come doubly urgent under present conDoctors Of Denial Surgery. (Julte a number from here attended ditions? The silo afford an economical way the Masonic celebration at Crab Or- of storing ureen rougluiKe. Willi tho Offlce: 8IormeBnlllltj-iete- i Hurt A Ano. on', urnitnrc Store. chard Saturday. corn plant there Is alwajs n great LANCASTER; KENTUCKY! Mrs. Krnest (Josney and children, wasto In hanestlng, htixklng nnd storhave returned home from a visit to ing the dry material. The silo eliminates, this waste. bought a bond. One hundred and five of our relatives in Indiana. All nvornco acre wIM produce 2,01(1 a bond to help hundred depositors out of our Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of liouiids of dlcestlblo dry matter hi timwho has been visiting Miss othy hay, while In corn (car anuslnlk) them every one, for good time of need. We Maytne Ilallard has returned home. It will produce 0,02." pound", or pracdepositing should join tically twice as milch dlceMlble dry savings in fcYou Miss Kliztbeth Hryant was hostess mnttcr. The feeding valuy o'f theso for Men and Boys. Best by test. at dinner Friday in honor of Miss Kath- roughagea for dairy cattle Is widely Every pair guaranteed. leen Iilalr, of Ohio, who is visiting different In favor of corn, especially when the silo U used. Hlhico also has Mrs. J. C. Williams.,. an iuMltlon.il vaHjo through Its retenThe Directors of the Bank of tion of the natural plant Juices, which held a business meeting Tuesfurnish succulence. day afternoon and declared their reguOn farms "where llttlo alfalfn or clo-v- r semi-annudividend to the stockIs grown It Is possible to Increase lar tlie protein content of the silo by Interholders. cropping soy beans with the corn or Mr. J. W. Farley who has been in grow lug these two irops separately. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Nicholasville for the Lexington and If one cannot command siilllclcnt In OlHce Over National Hank. last three weeks has returned home. bor to store the green corn lit the silo Residence t'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 Miss Mary Ellen Farley Jsjilso at home nt the pmi'er stage of maturity tho crop may bo harvested In the usual for her vacation. LANCASTER, KY. way and left to cure In the shock. Life's Sumhlnt. Bett Monument. Dr. it. C Hose who will give the inToo Much of a Good Thing. I.nter (several months If need lie) when If I cnii put nno inurli of rosy sun-hdiThe lest monument that n child can structions to the "First Aid Class" of labor does bsconio available the corn It Ih n jjyol tlilnK to have n good Into I In- - life f miy man or wom- raise to hli mother's memory In that of the Ited Cross began Tuesday afternoon. can be successfully stored In the silo. tiling. Imt too much tf n pood thins U M. D. V. an I shall feel I have worked with n clean. uprlRjit life ns she would hnve About 230 members have been secured frequently Injurious. Memphis Experiments and practice have rejoiced to see her son live. God. George MacDonaid. shown quite conclusively that dry in this vicinity. shock com may Ikj successfully preserved In the silo If water Is added at the time of storage In amounts by Veterinary weight of one to two times as great as Graduate Cincinnati College. the dry stover stored. Now Is the time to plan for building DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ( a silo for this year's corn crop. Wood stave, wood hoop, monolithic concroto and wood hood plastered silos may often bu constructed nt low cost. J. C. Wllliami was in lVelaml Ohio, Wednesday and Thursdny on businns. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon , and Dentist. Office One Out Of Every Five liberty purchased thank the ranks, firstly customers six in twenty our country their spirit. your Ie TheWayenberg Line of Work Shoes G. C. COX. Peoples Bank Kentucky. Paint Lick, Manse.Ky J. A. Beazlev John Casey, 1. Veterinary Surgeon. WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE OUR Two Weeks Rug Sale Now In Progress. o Lr i - H.'J. PATRICK, Dentist. GROW FEED FOR COWS. not i rrom or m;q uicl. - etato f k if wrr vr iilor ting on rthe market one ofr the largest andi most select lot of rugs l r i ii j ever oiierea m a sate, you win Tina inat tnese ugs are pncea Iv or f"kio a r i i i r- . at the actual wholesale price on Kugs 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. !).I2 Royol Wilion Rut!, was $12.00-now $75.00 11.:Jxl2 Very Best Axtninster Rut. was $10.00. now. 1 $32.50 $31.50 $35.00 $36.50 .$52.00 9x12 Biillow Axminisler Ru!. was $38. now.'. 11.3x12 Very Tine Munhnttan Rut. was $ 12.00, now 9x12 Willow Puritan Rut!, was $18.00 now 9xl2Trewnn Wclton Rut!, was fUROO. now Wilton Velvet Rut!, was 9x12 Shot $12.50. now 9x12 Frankfort Velvet Rut!, was $32.50 now 9x12 Smith's Colonial Rut!, was $30.50 now 9x12 Bussarnlt Axminister Rut!, was $18. now 3x10.(5 Roynl Wilton Rut!, wos $50.00 8 uow 8.3x10.0 Extra Fine Axminister Rut!, was $35.00, now 0x9 Bitflow Rut!, wns 28.5- 0now 9x12 Regent Tapestry Brussels Rtij. was $21 00, now 8.3x10.0 Manor Tapestry Brussels Rut! was $19.00. now 9x12 Pnnamn Tapestry Brussels Rut! waa $24.00 now 27-i- n. 9x12 Extra Fine Brussels Rug, was $29.00, now 0x12 Oxford Brussels Rut!, was $30.0 now 11.3x12 Manor Tapestry Brussels Rug, was $28.50, now 9x12 Victor Body Brussels Rut!, was $10.00, now 9x1'--! I $22.50 $24.75 $24.75 $32.50 $11.50 $18.50 $9.50 $10.00 $6,00 $5.25 $9.50 $7.50 $9.50 $ 1 2.00 ....$5.50 Roughages Must Largsly Taka th Lick, Kentucky. Placo of Concentrates This Year. Grow an nbundancc of feed for tho cow this season, advises A. P. Neale, specialist In dairy husbandry, division of extension, Kansas State Agricultural college. Fine Cut Flowers. Already tho price of concentrates Is "out of sight." Trices velll continue Llirli unless tlicto concentrates aro reM. placed by roughages. Ev. cry farmer should plan to grow plenty of alfalfn or clover mid silage. If alfalfa or clover cannot be' Brown In your section substitute another leguminous crop, such as cowpeas. Durlm; the next twelve months tho production of dairy products will be Calls answered promptly, day or night. Phone 304. due largely to tho feeding of roughages Instead of concentrates, ns has formerKentucky. Lancaster. ly been tho case. , Dairy cows of quality receiving nothing but roughages can produce 200 to 2u) pounds of butter fat annually, d the roughngo Is fed In abundance and Is composed of n combination of -- SATISFACTION sllago and a leguminous hay. Of course poor cows will not do so well on The big combination Faint Honaker Surgeon. John McRoberts. Dr: Printus Walker. Veterinary this ration. 3 Kneo Rest For Milk Pall. Itecomlng tired of holding tho milk pall between my knees whllo milking, I mado n contrivance of Mrap iron to overoomo this, writes n correspondent of IVpular Mechanics. It is arranged eo that tho milk pall will Jutt fit liiklde. when Insured Agency 5-1- in The D. A. Thomas. Also 0 Rut!, was $11.00. now 12x12 Wool & Fiber Rut!, was $22.00 Hamilton Brussels & 20 Year Farm Loans. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-M notf 9x12 Wool Fiber Rug, was $13.1)0 uow dO.G Best Yet Fiber Rug. was f 12.50. now &. .$35.00 $26.50 $28.50 $36.00 $38.50 v$27.50 $22.50 83 Gx9 BUCKEYE, KY. Rntlanin Rug. was $7.5 now. 0x9 Waite Grass Rug, was $0.50 now. 9x12 Waite Grass Rug. was $12.00 now 83x10.0 Waite Grass Rug. was $9.00 now 7.0xi0.0 Rn'ttania Rug. was $11.00 now 9x12 Rattnnin Rug. was $1 J.O'l now Congoleum Rug. was $7.50 nowy 9x12 Matting Rug. was $5.00 iow. 9x1'--' One-Pie- j 1'IUUB 1'OK I'AIL. I Air .- -1 RUBY GLOSS. Furmiuro Poiiwli KTJ ur&TP. Vour $3.75 $ 1 .75 .$17.50 .$16.00 $18.75 9x12 Very Heavy Minting Rug. was $7.00 now. 500 Yards Extra Fine Inlaid Linoleum, was $2.00 per yard, now 500 Yards Good Inlaid Linoleum, was $1.5" per yard, now Riugwalt Linoleum as cheap, per yard as ...$5.75 $1,25 35c .... tho curved sirups support lug tho weight of tho pall on the Unees. Tho holder c may be uiadi of wood, with the oil c! Ion of the curved nnus, will, li thould be made of plecex of lion oiic clKhtli of mi Inch (hick and about two Indies wide. The circular frame can be mado adjustable to various palls by bolls set in holes In the bunds. Growing Silago Corn. Although planum: com four Inches part In the row for nllngo has glreu tho greater yields, the Ohio agricul- WORLD'S JH5ST cu:a:;. 1 p' Jm?l W, I'u r r , 1 w r i. t and 3d-in- . White Grass, Rattanla Axminister and Brussels Rugs to mutch all larger sizes nt same reduction offered on large sizes. THIS SALE IS FOR SPOT CASH and no goods sent out on approval. All Rugs marked in plain figures and will be sold just exactly as marked.. mill fre tti. i ar. st:in. ..l .it r.illu r cutt, a It a luit, dry, Li hiUht (!" : a w :'it.r 1 n th..a (Mill W l. xv n pi ooijs 1 a .. THE A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE COMPANY. DANVILLE, KY. Keeae Lutes, Manager. New Gllcher Hotel Bldg. tural experiment station recoinuicudj 1'Oclng tho pl.iuta ten Inches apart of greater convrnlciicu In ban. dllng tho crop. As a live year average the four Inch tpJclug has yielded l bout two tons of green corn per acre tuoro than the thinner planting, but Ihe stalks aro often so !euderthat Ihey full easily In rtnr"! nnd aro to harvest when so crowded. tllftl-lu- Guaraiilic;, To clvo cirs sun. Hon b IT'S or our cc p eXujia.J. - J. F. Holtzclaw 6 Son. ''' The Central Record, Thursday, June 28, 1917. LIVK STOCK NOTES. Do not encourage, visits to your "ham from tlic neighbor whose took Is nlwnys ailing. Tliero Is n theory Hint tlio wny to keep a hog well Is to keep hlui mid 111' food mid surroundings elenn. Worth trying. When tho flock has been eating root tlio change to tlio fresh grass Is not so relnxhig. Some live dollar" ealves may grow' Into hundred dollar cons don't send them to the butcher. Tlio ilei need thndo In tlm pas-turThere should bo trees ns well as shelter. Do not let the little pigs bans over n high trough or they will grow crooked In the backs and be spoiled. A mm lsa - 01 MONEY IN HOG RAISING. Next to Poultry Swine Are Most Prof, lubl of Firm Animals. Tlio meat supply of tlio country can bo Increased more quickly by tucbog route than by any other. Tlio country's need to augment Its supply Is great, but prevailing high prices nlone should be sufficient Inducement to farmers to raise morejios. The prospect of success never was brighter. The high prices ruling In all markets show thai the demand for pork Is In cscess of tit Into the uodrn scheme of farmlirg on .nearly every farm nnd are one of the most important animals to raise both for meat nnd for money. They require less lnlwr. less equipment and less capital, make greater gains per hundred pounds of concentrates foil, reproduce themselves fustcr nnd In greater numbers nnd give a quicker "turn over" of money tL.ni nuy other animal, except poultry. The hog has no rival as u consumer of byproducts, nnd bill fur him numerous unmarketable materials might be wasted. Kitchen refuse, not only from farms, but nlsj from hotels and when cooked before feeding makes an excellent diet. Tlio value of sklmmllk as a hog feed is known on every farm, though not alwnys fully appreciated. In the neighborhood of largo dairies poll; production Is a very prominent nnd lucrative supplement to the. dairy Industry. The hog Is also n largo factor In cheapening the production of beef. Hogs following tteois have' In many cases Increased the proflt per steer by from $G to $1). But hugs should not be allowed to follow dairy cattle unless the cattle aro known to be free of tulierctilosK owing to tlio disease the supply-Hog- s This is your opportunity to buy goods at less than mill prices today. We have a large stock of V Spring and Summer Goods which must be entirely cleaned up in this sale. Also a large stock of fall goods such as Underwear, Sweaters, Suits and Coats. You can afford to buy these items at the unreasonable, low prices, as they will cost you double our sale price, when the fall season opens. "Sale begins danger. KILLING CUTWORMS. An Effective Remedy Is Poisoned end ' Sweetened Bait. Few aro tlio gardeners who are so, fortunato ns never to have Keen their young plants destroyed by cutworms. ( It Is perfectly posslblo to destroy tbeso pests, however. A common and effectlvo remedy Is tlio poisoned halt, , which Is mixed and applied as follows: Toko n bushel of dry bran, add a pound of wblto arsenic or parls gteeu I Everybody is aware of the extreme high prices of shoes. We will placsOur entire stock of shoes in this sale ajt prices which you will not see again in years. We have a large stock of TENNIS SHOES AND SLIPPERS WHICH ARE JUST THE THING FOR HOT WEATHER. aturday, June 30th. up-to-d- ate We also have an NOW IS line of Ladies, Misses and Childrens Leather SHOES and SLIPPERS. FOOT WEAR, U THE TIME TO BUY YOUR FALL AND WINTER We place every item in our stock in this sale. Everybody should attend this sale for the very fact of Us great money saving. Positively no goods will leave the house during this sale, unpaid for. Store will be closed Thursday and Friday to prepare for this sale. -- f CUTUOBU AT WOUK. and mix It thoroughly Into mash with eight gullons of water, In which luis been ftlired u half gallon of sorghum or other cheap molasses. (Arsenic nnd parls green aro deadly poisons, handle - them with great care.) This amount will bo biilllclcnt for the treatment of , about four or live ucres of cultivated crops. After tlio mash has stood for ' boveral bourn, scatter It In lumps about ' I lie slzo of a marble over the where the Injury Is beginning tonpiicar and about tlio bases of tlio plants bet ' out. Apply lato In tlio day to as to ' place tlio iioNon about tlio plants beI I s J. FARIHDR'S COLUMN I E. DICKERSQN LANCASTER, Important Discoveries. processes Cheapened iiictpllutglcul wl'l probably make nriillable us new i.iuteilals it nuinlier of metals now lit-tl- o Known. Magnesium, for Instance, Is likely to become one of the common metal very soon. KENTUCKY. Where We Are. on our comIn iim-lu- g mon morality, gnvo vent to his feelings A clergyman, it I sp.ee below tin. he.tlniicJ. foi lite tictu 1) for Ire use ol , the .tie o( our tanner .tiUcrilfrs. ami etock. gi.ta aii't euuti tliini on (arm si tbv Itrnier e.miuv .Hunt to ..Iter Planting Small Potatoes. Not many years ago 1 had seventy ttte. No noco will be .ccvtte! ovrr tour tinrrt'ls of potatoes, nil about tho tlzo tut, and win beouljrlu iwn u.ne. or me hCOHii.freeofch.ipe of n small ben's egg, wiltes n Now YorS farmer In American AgriculturI 'OR SALE: Sow und eight pigs, ist Tho buyer did not wnnt these, so Miss Ilulda Hoylf. I Hurled out n load, and they wero planted In tho Held with others. Tho FOR SALE:- - Ueeting Hinder. In small (Hiiatoes wero busheled up at Kood condition. G. A. Swiucbroad. digging tlmo and tho beit sorted out big need. Then) potatoes all wero ( FOK SALE:-- A for dipping tank, cart planted Juno 12. Tho Held of two und harness. Mrs. C A. Roblijson. ncres yielded SCO bushels to tho acre. I prfer n Ritato of natural size. I KOlt SALE; -- Two Duroc jersey, tut the potatoes Into four pieces. When registered boars, ulso fresh milk cow. whole Hitntoes uro planted they start l'lione 333 A. 11. F. Robinson. earlier thun tho cut ones. FOR SALE: Two nice young red Dairy Stable Floors. cows, (lood milkers. J. V. Elmore. perOnly concrelo floors should bo They cost n dairy barn. mitted In KOlt SALE An extra Rood Herford more, pcrltaw, originally, but (hey are bull, one year old. Jack ltourne. the cheapest In tho long run. Kor ono thing, they make It posslblo to wire FOR SALE A good l'olsnd Angus of the liquid manure, a ety ruin-abl- e ro bull, ready for service. Klrby Tester. Item. fore jilglit. which Is tlio tlmo when tho cutworms aro active. Apply u second nine u iiii'vtiJ'iry. iitp ciiiiiircu, mo stock ami chickens away from thU Kilt. That Was the Reason. "The paper Mutes that you pleased n big midlcucc ut ( --1 night." 'The paper "uin not nppour. is right." tho hiinqut't lust Is wrong. I did I guess the puper Klugs.62. "i;Apt From' Ceylon. A'pcsli'Ulloned in the Hilda In I und 11 Chronicles .10:21, this remarkable unnthogm: "We're nnd nwny tomorrow." , ('hrMInn Register. b ro today were brought to Palestine from Ceylon, the same country which supplied Ivory und peacocks. A Question. I Said tho nciir cynic: "Judging from Sparrows Eaten )n England. the lime pome of the young blood of BptirrowH are often eaten by litis Alts town nrrlvo homo In tho morning, j llsb country persons. They lire cap- it's hard to tell whether to call them tured ciflly In line inch nets stretched night owls or' larks." over the ground nnd bulled with grulu, or in nets hung ut night nround their Poison for Rabbits. ro.tlug places In ricks, hedges und walls. Also, tho ground can rolsoulng by Inciuii of plrosphor s bo baited amtn croud of feeding Ucd grain Is said to be uu effectivo laid low with a gun, using Hue menus of checking the Incrcuse of Eliot for tho purpose. rabbits ln certain parts of tho Hrltlsh Ivy-clu- d hpiir-row- GmalHOogs Quickest tc Learn. Plow Evolved Slowly, 'I ho best kind of dogs to train to Hie plow evolved slowly f nun u lets tire the smaller ones, btirli crude Instrument of wood into tho steel IimI of today. In ninny parts of ns terriers, poodles, spaniels, collies, - prlmftlve und dacirhunds. Tho poodle Is tho the world even today u verjform of wooden plow Is Mill In use. ctcwrcsj of ull. per-lor1 .colonics. Unified Varied Writing Forms. When Charles tho Great became monarch of central Europe, among other great Ideals ho get himself to unlto tho learning of Chrlstejidom by purifying und unifying tho many und varied forms of writing. To do Ibis ho went back to tbo original Itomuu model. Tho Invention of printing came as a great advance, und ut Ilrst tho type took tho form of a writing baud. Proof Conclusive. n "No bachelor run undcrMimd woman," declared Mrs. Hl'ibklns. Stub-kluno I" replied "Huh, you don't with a kiiort. "What else In the you supposo makes u mail a world do Imchelorl" Judge. Pelican's Habits. The pelican Is cnuimc udiibly regular In Ids hnblts, Tho parent birds cutcb IMi. und. ufler eating their Ull, lly (o their young, who rat by thrusting their bills down the mother's throat nud fcustlng on the food. I 1 Jewish Armies Conscripted On the approach of an cuemy tho Jewish urmy was recruited by u conscription made from the tribes under tho direction of ji tuustermnster, by ! whom ulso the olllcers wero appointed. I The army was divided Into thousands und hundreds under their respective cuptnlns (Numbers 31 20 :M j Numbers 2:34; II Chronicles 23 :S; 20:12). I 1 , j.Pollh Aids Shosa. Many Candles Made. Some 'women do not realize that p Though caudles uro not 'so generally walkUig sjioo wears better and uppeurs used us they wero "before tho days of well fer a longer time It It Is frequentmineral Illuminating oils, gas and elec- ly polished. A new street shoo ought tricity, they still constitute an Impor- not to be worn much until It Is poltant article of manufacture. Tbo can- ished site, for without tho polish It dle Is an undent form of liihtlug. The Is much more liable to bo" scratched word comes frem the Latlu word, than with a good polish. Especially. Is this true ot tan shoes "cundere," which means to "glow," f j